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Temtem Weekly Reset, Saipark details, March 2 to March 8

The Temtem to catch, their stats and Luma rates, and the Saipark entry fee for this week

Temtem Saipark weekly reset Feb. 24-March 1 Image: Crema via Polygon

The next Weekly Reset for Temtem is here, and the entrance fee, the Temtem available in the Saipark, and their stats have all changed.

In this Temtem Weekly Reset guide, we’ll tell you what to look for with this week’s reset, which lasts from March 2 to March 8, 2020.

Temtem Weekly Reset March 2 to March 8 announcement

Temtem weekly reset for March 2 to March 8
Temtem weekly reset for March 2 to March 8.
Image: Crema via Polygon

Initial fee

You’ll need to pay 2,400 Pansuns to get into the Saipark this week. Admittance comes with 16 Saicards.

Saipark Temtem species available Feb. 24 to March 1

This week’s Saipark Temtem are Ganki and Saipat.

Ganki

Ganki is an Electric and Wind type Temtem that’s pretty common in Deniz. It’s also one of our favorites. They’re strong against Wind, Water, Mental, Toxic, and Digital, but weak against Nature and Crystal types. Ganki’s DC Beam is a useful attack against almost everything, and when they pick up Wind Blade at level 5, they become great against Toxic types. They won’t be great in the Mine of Mictlan on Tucma because of all the Crystal types, but they’re basically indispensable everywhere else.

Saipat

Saipat is a Water and Melee type. They’re weak to Nature, Electric, Mental, Digital, and Toxic type damage, and strong against Fire, Earth, Digital, and Crystal. They’ve got a lot of weaknesses, so they’re tough to keep alive most regions, but they’re also quite varied in their attacks. They’ll learn Water, Melee, and Toxic attacks by the time they hit level 15, making them pretty adaptable.

Luma rate

The Luma rate for both species is increased to 2.5 times the wild rate of 1 in 8,000 as of the 0.5.12 patch.

Single Values (SV)

Neither species will have special SVs. They’ll be completely random, just like it is in the wild.

Egg Moves

The Egg Moves percentage means that 10% of both species will know moves that the species can normally only learn through breeding. For example, a Ganki might know Tesla Prison, which isn’t a move they know naturally.

FreeTem! rewards

If you free 300 Temtem this week, the FreeTem! Organization on Omninesia will reward you with a Dye Bundle.