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Pokémon Masters EX (JP) (formerly known as Pokémon Masters) is a Pokémon spin-off released on Mobile on August 29, 2019. It allows the player to battle various Pokémon Trainers from the mainline series of games.

Plot

The game takes place in a region called Pasio, which is an artificial island. Various Pokémon trainers come to Pasio to compete in the Pokémon Masters League. The player starts with a Pikachu as they recruit other trainers to take on the league.

Gameplay

Unlike most Pokémon games, the battles in Pokémon Masters EX are fought exclusively in three vs. three battles, with the player teaming up with two other trainers to battle a group of three. Battles are fought in real time, with trainers attacking only if the Move Gauge is full enough. The Move Gauge fills as time passes. Trainers can also perform moves known as Sync Moves, which are similar to the Z-Moves found in Pokémon Sun and Moon. Trainers in this game also have their own moves.

Each trainer has one Pokémon used in battle. The pairs of trainer and Pokémon are known as Sync Pairs.

Sync Pairs

(Note: The Pokémon listed is the one that the trainer starts out with.)

Trainer Pokémon Base Potential
Player Character (Default name Scottie or Bettie) Pikachu ★★★
Player Character Torchic ★★★
Player Characer Solgaleo ★★★★★
Player Character Bulbasaur ★★★
Player Character Charmander ★★★
Player Character Squirtle ★★★
Acerola Palossand ★★★★★
Agatha Gengar ★★★★
Barry Piplup ★★★
Blaine Ponyta ★★★★
Blue Pidgeot ★★★★★
Brawly Makuhita ★★★
Brendan Treecko ★★★★★
Brock Onix ★★★
Brock (Sygna Suit) Tyranitar ★★★
Bruno Machamp ★★★★
Brycen Cryogonal ★★★
Bugsy Beedrill ★★★
Burgh Leavanny ★★★★★
Caitlin Reuniclus ★★★★★
Calem Espurr ★★★★★
Candice Abomasnow ★★★
Cheren Stoutland ★★★★★
Cheryl Blissey ★★★
Clair Kingdra ★★★★
Clay Palpitoad ★★★
Clemont Heliolisk ★★★★★
Crasher Wake Floatzel ★★★
Cynthia Garchomp ★★★★★
Cynthia (Sygna Suit) Kommo-o ★★★★★
Cyrus Palkia ★★★★★
Dawn Turtwig ★★★★★
Drake Salamence ★★★★
Elesa Zebstrika ★★★★★
Elesa (Sygna Suit) Rotom ★★★★★
Erika Vileplume ★★★
Ethan Cyndaquil ★★★★★
Fantina Mismagius ★★★★★
Flannery Torkoal ★★★
Flint Infernape ★★★★
Gardenia Roserade ★★★★
Giovanni Mewtwo ★★★★★
Glacia Glalie ★★★★★
Grant Amaura ★★★★
Grant Sharpedo
Grimsley Liepard ★★★★★
Guzma Golisopod ★★★★★
Hapu Mudsdale ★★★
Hilbert Oshawott ★★★★★
Hilda Tepig ★★★★★
Hau Alolan Raichu ★★★★
Iris Haxorus ★★★
Janine Ariados ★★★
Jasmine Steelix ★★★★★
Jessie Arbok ★★★
Kahili Toucannon ★★★★
Karen Houndoom ★★★★★
Koga Crobat ★★★★
Korrina Lucario ★★★
Kris Totodile ★★★★★
Kukui Lycanroc (Midday Form) ★★★★★
Lance Dragonite ★★★★★
Leaf Eevee ★★★★★
Liza Lunatone ★★★
Lorelei Lapras ★★★★
Lt. Surge Voltorb ★★★
Lucy Seviper ★★★★
Lyra Chikorita ★★★★★
Lyra (Summer) Jigglypuff ★★★★★
Marley Arcanine ★★★
Marlon Carracosta ★★★
Marshal Conkeldurr ★★★★
Maylene Meditite ★★★
Mina Granbull ★★★
Misty Starmie ★★★
Morty Drifblim ★★★★★
Nanu Alolan Persian ★★★★
Noland Pinsir ★★★★
Norman Slaking ★★★
Oak Mew ★★★
Olivia Lycanroc (Midnight Form) ★★★★★
Phoebe Dusclops ★★★★★
Plumeria Salazzle ★★★★★
Pryce Seel ★★★
Ramos Weepinbell ★★★
Red (Signa Suit) Charizard ★★★★★
Roark Cranidos ★★★
Rosa Snivy ★★★★★
Rosa (Holiday) Delibird ★★★★★
Roxanne Nosepass ★★★
Roxie Whirlipede ★★★★
Sabrina Alakazam ★★★★★
Serena Fennekin ★★★★★
Shauntal Chandelure ★★★★
Siebold Clawitzer ★★★★
Siebold (Holiday) Octillery ★★★★★
Silver Ho-Oh ★★★★★
Skyla Swanna ★★★
Sophocles Togedemaru ★★★★
Steven Metagross ★★★★★
Steven (Summer) Alolan Sandslash ★★★★★
Tate Solrock ★★★
Thorton Bronzong ★★★★
Valerie Sylveon ★★★★★
Viola Surskit ★★★★
Wallace Milotic ★★★★★
Wally Gallade ★★★★★
Whitney Miltank ★★★★
Wikstrom Aegislash ★★★★
Will Xatu ★★★★
Winona Pelipper ★★★
Wulfric Avalugg ★★★
Zinnia Rayquaza ★★★★★

In addition, the following characters have been seen in promotional material for the game or in the game itself, but they are not currently playable.

Trainer Pokémon (if any) Base Potential (If any listed)
Archer
Ariana
Chili
Cilan
Cress
Darach
Diantha Gardevoir ★★★★★
Gladion
Hugh
Lillie
Lusamine
Mallow Steenee
Palmer
Professor Sycamore

Development

Pokémon Masters EX was initially revealed during the Pokémon 2019 Press Conference, which took place on May 29, 2019. More info was revealed on June 27 in a livestream. At the game's one year anniversary, it was renamed from Pokémon Masters to Pokémon Masters EX.

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