Likewise, May & Mudkip will have their own Spotlight Scout that will be available between those dates. They are a 5-Star Tech Sync pair that possesses Water typing and is weak to Grass attacks. As with all new Sync Pairs, their Sync Grid has already been expanded and they can be raised to 6-Star EX.
The event itself will see players tackling a series of battles to earn Event Voucher D. These vouchers can then be exchanged for various training items, including Strike, Tech and Support Move Candy Coin. Additionally, to advance the story of the event you will need to collect a set number of them. More vouchers can be earned depending on your Sync Pair line-up.
There are a set of missions to complete during the event period too. This will task players with completing designated areas and beating the Full-Force Battles. The rewards up for grabs include Gems and Medals.
Beyond the missions and the event itself, a new log-in bonus is also underway. If players remember to open the game between now and January 31st on a daily basis they’ll earn themselves a mixture of Skip Tickets and Gems.
Elsewhere, in the Legendary Arena, players can once again battle against Entei whilst there’s a special Spotlight Scout that contains an increased chance of pulling Lisia, Wally and Phoebe running now too.
Pokemon Masters Ex is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It’s a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.
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