Pokemon Masters officially released, giving you a brand new Pokemon experience to play on the go. While Masters shares some similarities to previous Pokemon games, it also does much different. One such difference is how Pokemon can evolve. If you have problems, we have described the process below.
First things first: Not every synchronized pair you dial has an evolving Pokemon. The pikachu you start with cannot become Reich, for example. As far as we can tell, there is no definitive rule for determining which Pokemon partners can develop in Masters, though we have noticed that the only Pokemon that can develop are those that are in their primary form. If you dial up a synchronized pair with a Pokemon that is already in its second stage of development, it seems that it is unable to reach its third (provided it does).
The Android Authority has compiled all the pairs to sync with Pokemon that we know can evolve into Teachers listed below. There is a chance that more synchronized pairs will have Pokemon that can evolve, but we will need more time with the game to be sure. Developing Pokemon can be a long process.
Sync Pairs with Pokemon that can evolve in Pokemon Masters
- Barry and Piplup (evolved into Prinplup, then Empoleon)
- Kris and Totodile (evolved into Croconar, then Feraligat) 1
- Price and Seel (evolved into Dungong)
- Rose and Snive (evolved into Servin and then Serperior)
- Viola and Surskit (evolved into 19 Masquerin) Now how you develop these Pokemon is very different from previous games. You don't have to worry about environmental factors, time of day or evolutionary stones, though the traditional leveling system is part of the process.
First, you need to align the pair of Pokemon synchronizes you want to evolve to at least level 30. Once you reach level 30, you will unlock a special battle that you will need to finish in order to develop Pokemon. You cannot try this battle until you fulfill another requirement – the acquisition of five Evolution Shards, which currently can only be purchased at Tricia & # 39; s Shop. The first time you buy five Shards, they will cost 1000 coins – the Masters currency in the game that you can win or buy with microtransactions – but that number is increasing exponentially, so be sure to focus on the development Pokemon you want. With Shards and your synchronized couple, you will be able to try the battle. Each of these special matches is unique to each pair for synchronization. The only thing in common between them is that they are extremely difficult, so leveling above the minimum level 30 requirement may be a good idea.
Once you win, the Pokemon in the sync pair will evolve, maintaining its previous level but gaining more powerful stats. Don't worry too much about losing, as you can try the battle as many times as you want. For Pokemon that have stage 3 evolution, you'll need to repeat the process – though this time it will reach level 45. Evolution stones to reach stage three are far more expensive than Shards, too. They start at 5,000 coins and eventually go up to 300,000. The unique battle you have to fight is much more challenging. Dealing with a Level 45 Minimum Not Recommended
However, the challenge of getting Pokemon to develop in Masters is well worth the reward. Evolutions cause Pokemon to learn new, more powerful Sync Moves that can make the most difficult battles in the game much, much easier. In some cases, these sync moves cause Pokemon to undergo a mega evolution. Android Authority has a list of Pokemon that we know Mega Evolve can develop.
Pokemon That Can Mega Evolve In Pokemon Masters
- Agatha and Mega Gengar
- Blue and Mega Pidgeot
- Bugsy and Mega Beedrill
- Karen and Mega Houndoom
- Korrina and Mega Lucario N 19659006 and Mega Pinsir
Pokemon Masters is available for iOS and Android devices.