Pokemon Masters has officially released, giving you a brand new Pokemon experience to play on the go. Though Masters shares several similarities with previous Pokemon games, it does a lot differently too. Pokémon can evolve.
First things first: not every sync pair you recruit features a Pokemon that can evolve. The Pikachu that you start with can not be evolved into a Raichu, for example. As far as we can tell, there's no definite rule for discerning which pokemon partners can evolve in Masters, though we've noticed that the only phrases that can be found in their first-stage form A Pokémon that's already in its second-stage evolution,
Android Authority has come to terms with Pokemon that we know can evolve into Masters, which are listed below. There's a chance that more sync pairs feature Pokemon that can be evolved, but we'll need more time with the game to be sure. Evolving Pokemon can be a lengthy process.
- Barry and Piplup
- Kris and Totodile [evolvesintoCroconawandthenFeraligatr)
- Pryce and Seel
- Pink and Snivy
- Viola and Surskit (evolves into Masquerain)  Pokemon is vastly different from previous games. You do not need to worry about environmental factors, time of day, or evolutionary stones, even though the traditional system of leveling up is a part of the process.
First, you need to get the synopsis of the Pokemon you 30th Once you reach level 30, you'll unlock a special battle you'll need to complete for the Pokemon to evolve. You can not try it, but you can buy it in Tricia's Shop. The first time you buy five shards, they'll cost 1,000 coins – that's money they can make or buy with microtransactions – but that number exponentially grows more expensive want. With the Shards and your sync pair in tow, you'll be ready for the battle. Each of these special fights is unique for each sync pair.
Once you win, the Pokemon within the sync pair wants to evolve, maintaining its previous level but acquiring more powerful stats. Do not worry too much about losing, as you can retry the battle as many times as you want. For Pokemon that have a third-stage evolution, you'll need to repeat the process – reach up to level 45 this time around. The Evolution Stones for reaching third-stage are far more expensive than the Shards too. They begin at 5,000 coins and eventually climb to 300,000. The unique battle is a lot more challenging too. Tackling it at the level 45 […]
Despite this ordeal to make a Pokemon evolve in Masters, the reward is worth it. Evolutions cause Pokemon to learn new, more powerful Sync Moves which can make the most difficult battles in the game much, much easier. In some cases, these Sync Moves result in the Pokemon undergoing a Mega Evolution.
Pokemon That Can Mega Evolve In Pokemon Masters
- Agatha and Mega Gengar
- Blue and Mega Pidgeot
- Bugsy and Mega Beedrill
- Karen and Mega Houndoom
- Corrina and Mega Lucario
- Noland and Mega Pinsir
Pokemon Masters is available for iOS and Android devices.