How does the Seasons Clock work?

  • How does the Seasons Clock work? Scribblenautical

    In either Pokemon White or Pokemon Black, the seasons switch regularly. The problem is, We're in Fall and it's saying that the season is Spring. Why is that, and how can I fix it?

  • The season cycle is dependent on the calendar, so the seasons might off depending on where you live. Each season lasts a real-time month, thus the seasons cycle every four months.

    • Spring - January, May, September
    • Summer - February, June, October
    • Autumn - March, July, November
    • Winter - April, August, December

    Therefore, if you want to be in a specific season, you'll want to change the month in your system clock.

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