Pokemon Masters has been officially released to bring you a brand new Pokemon experience on the go. Although Masters has some similarities with previous Pokemon games, it also does a lot differently. One such difference is how Pokemon can evolve. If you have problems, we have outlined the following process.
First things first: Not every pair of syncs you set up has a Pokémon that can evolve. For example, the Pikachu that you start with can not be developed into a Raichu. As far as we can tell, there is no definitive rule to know which Pokemon Partners can develop in Masters, though we have determined that the only Pokemons that can evolve are those that are in their first form are located. If you are recruiting a pair of syncs with a Pokemon that is already in the second stage of development, it does not seem to be able to achieve the third (assuming it has one).
Android Authority has assembled all sync pairs with Pokemon that are in this phase. We know that Masters can develop, as listed below. There is a possibility that with more pairs of syncs Pokemon can be developed, but we will need more time with the game to make sure. Developing Pokémon can be a lengthy process.
Sync pairs with Pokémon who can evolve into Pokémon Masters.
- Barry and Piplup (evolves to Prinplup and then to Empoleon.)
- Kris and Totodile (evolves to Croconaw and then to Feraligatr. 1
- Pryce and Seel (developing into Dewgong)
- Pink and Snivy (becoming Servine and then becoming Serperior)
- Viola and Surskit (developing into Masquerain and Surskit (19659006)] Now, how you develop this Pokémon differs You do not have to worry about environmental influences, time of day or development stones, even though the traditional system of ascent is part of the process.
First, you need to have the sync pair of the Pokémon you are on bring up to date Want to develop at least level 30. As soon as you reach level 30, you unlock a special fight that you need to complete, so that the P okémon developed. However, you can only try this fight if you fulfill another requirement – the purchase of five evolution splinters that are currently only available in the Tricia shop. If you buy five shards for the first time, they cost you 1,000 coins-the Master's game currency you can either earn or buy with microtransactions-but that number exponentially increases exponentially. So focus on developing the Pokémon you want. With the splinters and your pair of synchronizers in tow you can try the fight. Each of these special fights is unique to each pair of syncs. The only thing they have in common is that they are extremely difficult. Therefore, it may be a good idea to go above the minimum requirement of level 30 and beyond.
Once you win, the Pokémon will continue to evolve within the sync pair, maintaining its previous level, but gaining more powerful stats. Do not worry too much about losing because you can repeat the fight as many times as you like. Pokémon with a third level of development will need to do it again, even if you reach level 45 this time. The evolutionary stones for reaching the third level are far more expensive than the shards. They start at 5,000 coins and eventually rise to 300,000. The unique fight you have to lead is also much more challenging. It is not recommended to reach level 45.
Despite this ordeal to develop a Pokémon in Masters, the reward is worth it. Due to developments, Pokemon is learning new, more powerful synchronization moves that can make the most difficult battles in the game much, much easier. In some cases, these synchronization moves cause the Pokémon to undergo a mega-evolution. Android Authority has a list of Pokémon that we know can also be Mega Evolve.
Pokémon, which can be found in Pokémon masters Mega Evolve. Karen and Mega Houndoom
- Korrina and Mega Lucario
- Noland and Mega Pinsir
Pokemon Masters is available for iOS and Android devices.