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Our Pokemon Masters Tier List features some of the best sync pairs for each type of combination.

Pokemon Masters EX is a mobile spin-off game of the well-loved Pokemon series. Released in August 2019, the game has since garnered 22 million unique downloads and still has an active gaming community. Unlike traditional Pokemon games, Pokemon Masters EX features a unique gameplay format.

Players compete in 3v3 battles, with each unit being composed of a trainer and a Pokemon. Because each playable character has their own set of active and passive skills, the goal is to mix and match trainers and Pokemon to find the best possible sync pair. And because there are different types of sync pairs, this Pokemon Masters Tier List will be categorizing the best striker, tech, and support sync pair.

It’s also necessary to highlight the importance of sync pairs.

Read on to see our top picks for Pokemon Masters EX sync pairs!

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POKEMON MASTERS TIER LIST

With 65 trainers (including your character) and 65 unique Pokemon, there are thousands of possible pairs to try in Pokemon Masters EX. But, of course, some pairs work better than others based on their particular mix of skills.

For our Pokemon Masters Tier List, we’re ranking sync pairs across five tiers: S, A, B, C, and D. We’ve also specified whether each combination is a striker-, tech-, or support-based pairing.

 

S-Tier

First is S-Tier sync pairs which have some of the most effective in the game. Their skill combinations allow for either hard-hitting or support-heavy plays.

Striker Sync Pairs

  • Cynthia & Mega Garchomp
  • Hilbert & Mightyena
  • Karen & Mega Houndoom
  • Leon & Charizard
  • N & Zekrom
  • Steven & Mega Metagross

Tech Sync Pairs

  • Acerola & Palossand
  • Bianca & Musharna
  • May & Swampert
  • Serena & Delphox
  • Sygna Suit Leaf & Mega Venusaur

Support Sync Pairs

  • Hilbert & Samurott
  • Player & Torchic
  • Professor Sycamore & Xerneas
  • Sabrina & Mega Alakazam
  • Skyla & Swanna
  • Sygna Suit Blue & Mega Blastoise

 

A-Tier

A-Tier sync pairs are still good picks, but don’t have as much potential as S-Tier sync pairs. This is either because their skillsets require more setup or because their type-based capabilities aren’t as powerful.

Striker Sync Pairs

  • Alder & Volcarona
  • Brendan & Sceptile
  • Blue & Mega Pidgeot
  • Iris & Haxorus
  • Lance & Dragonite
  • Lysandre & Yveltal
  • May & Mega Lopunny
  • Selene & Decidueye
  • Sygna Suit Cynthia & Kommo-o
  • Sygna Suit Grimsley & Mega Sharpedo

Tech Sync Pairs

  • Agatha & Mega Gengar
  • Dawn & Alcremie
  • Flannery & Torkoal
  • Ghetsis & Kyurem
  • Iris & Hydreigon
  • Koga & Crobat
  • Professor Oak & Mew
  • Serena & Whimsicott
  • Volkner & Luxray
  • Will & Xatu

Support Sync Pairs

  • Dawn & Torterra
  • Erika & Comfey
  • Jasmine & Mega Steelix
  • Lillie & Clefairy
  • Leaf & Eevee
  • Lyra & Meganium
  • Misty & Starmie
  • Piers & Obstagoon
  • Rosa & Delibird
  • Sygna Suit Elesa & Rotom

 

B-Tier

B-Tier sync pairs are combinations that are neither terrible nor spectacular. They’re ideal for players who don’t have access to S- or A-Tiers, but once you get your hands on a higher-tier pair, it’s best to start investing in that.

Striker Sync Pairs

  • Burgh & Leavanny
  • Caitlin & Reuniclus
  • Cyrus & Palkia
  • Elesa & Zebstrika
  • Korrina & Mega Lucario
  • Lance & Gyarados
  • Lyra & Jigglypuff
  • Noland & Mega Pinsir
  • Player & Solgaleo
  • Wally & Mega Gallade

Tech Sync Pairs

  • Brock & Onix
  • Calem & Meowstic
  • Clemont & Heliolisk
  • Kukui & Lycanroc
  • Lisia & Mega Altaria
  • Mallow & Tsareena
  • Ramos & Victreebel
  • Skyla & Togekiss
  • Viola & Masquerain
  • Wallace & Milotic

Support Sync Pairs

  • Drake & Salamence
  • Elio & Primarina
  • Erika & Comfey
  • Glacia & Mega Glalie
  • Lana & Araquanid
  • Phoebe & Dusknoir
  • Plater & Pikachu
  • Rosa & Serperior

 

C-Tier

C-Tier sync pairs are passable, so unless you don’t have any other higher-tier option that fits the team, steer clear of these pairs.

Striker Sync Pairs

  • Barry & Empoleon
  • Bruno & Machamp
  • Bugsy & Mega Beedrill
  • Ethan & Typhlosion
  • Gardenia & Roserade
  • Kris & Feraligatr
  • Molayne & Dugtrio
  • Pryce & Dewgong
  • Roxie & Scolipede
  • Silver & Ho-oh

Tech Sync Pairs

  • Acerola & Mimikyu
  • Blaine & Rapidash
  • Brawly & Hariyama
  • Crasher Wake & Floatzel
  • Erika & Vileplume
  • Gladion & Silvaly
  • Marnie & Morpeko
  • Siebold & Octillery
  • Sophocles & Togedemaru
  • Winona & Pelipper

Support Sync Pairs

  • Cheryl & Blissey
  • Liza & Lunatone
  • Maylene & Medicham
  • Roxanne & Probopass

 

D-Tier

Finally, D-Tier sync pairs are bottom-of-the-barrel options. You have little to no reason to invest in these combinations. So, the second you get your hands on better pairs, stop putting time into these.

Striker Sync Pairs

  • Hapu & Mudsdale
  • Marshal & Conkeldur
  • Norman & Slaking
  • Player & Solgaleo
  • Roark & Rampardos
  • Shauntal & Chandelure
  • Siebold & Clawitzer
  • Tate & Solrock
  • Valerie & Sylveon
  • Zinnie & Rayquaza

Tech Sync Pairs

  • Brycen & Cryogonal
  • Candice & Abomasnow
  • Grant & Aurorus
  • James & Weezing
  • Lorelei & Lapras
  • Lucy & Seviper
  • Lt. Surge & Electrode
  • Mina & Granbull
  • Thorton & Bronzong
  • Whitney & Miltank

Support Sync Pairs

  • Cheren & Stoutland
  • Marley & Arcanine
  • Marlon & Carracosta

 

POKEMON MASTERS TIER LIST: S-TIER STRATEGIES

Coz we want you to gain more than just a list, our Pokemon Masters Tier List will also give you some useful strategies and info that you might need for you to make an impactful change in your game.

If you’re aiming to form the best sync pairs in the game, you will need detailed knowledge on what movesets and passive skills each pair needs to make them very effective. Below are some S-Tier strategies from all our S-tier pairs like Cynthia and Mega Garchomp.

 

POKEMON MASTERS STRIKER SYNC PAIRS: S-TIER STATS INFO & STRATEGIES

Sync pairs with Striker roles specialize in dealing the biggest damage to opponents. Striker Sync Pairs have high offensive and usually have low defensive stats.

CYNTHIA AND MEGA GARCHOMP

Type: Ground
Weakness: Ice

Cynthia and Mega Garchomp become invincible when used with the Arecola and Pasoland Tech Sync. Palosand can whip up an intense sandstorm that boosts the critical hit rate, making Mega Garchomp perform huge damage.

MAX STATS
HP561
ATTACK409
DEFENCE177
SPECIAL ATTACK131
SPECIAL DEFENCE145
SPEED334
BULK568

MOVESET

MOVE 1: EARTHQUAKE
POWER: 100/200
EFFECT: Deals damage to opponents.

MOVE 2: X Attack
POWER: 0
EFFECT: Raises the user’s attack by s stat rank.

MOVE 3: Slash
POWER: 50/60
EFFECT: Higher chance of critical rate.

MOVE 4: This match is too fun!
POWER: 0
EFFECT: Raises the user’s Speed and critical-hit rate by 1 stat rank. These stats are raised by 2 stat ranks instead during a sandstorm.

PASSIVE

SKILL 1: Fast- Track 2
EFFECT: Has a 30% chance of raising speed after a move is used.

SKILL 2: Surging Sand 5
EFFECT: Powers up during a sandstorm.

SKILL 3: Ground Shift
EFFECT: Normal-type moves become ground-type moves.

 

HILBERT AND MIGHTYENA

Type: Dark
Weakness: Fairy

This pair is one of the few early-game Dark-type syncs. They have high HP, but they need some time to build up to their full potential.

MAX STATS
HP745
ATTACK350
DEFENCE123
SPECIAL ATTACK230
SPECIAL DEFENCE123
SPEED267
BULK556

MOVESET

MOVE 1: Crunch
POWER: 99/118
EFFECT: May lower target’s defence by 1 stat rank by 20%

MOVE 2: X Attack
POWER: 0
EFFECT: Sharply raises attack.

MOVE 3: Double- Edge
POWER: 167/200
EFFECT: Double-Edge deals damage, but the user receives 1⁄3 of the damage it inflicted to the target/ enemy. So, if the attack has 90 HP damage to the opponent, the user will lose 30 HP.

MOVE 4: Rawr!
POWER: 0
EFFECT: Raises speed by 2 stat rank. It also raises speed by 6 stat rank instead if affected by a status condition. Lastly, it raises critical hit but lowers defence.

PASSIVE

SKILL 1: Carry On 1
EFFECT: Raises attack each time another Pokemon on the field faints.

SKILL 2: Spur On 4
EFFECT: Charges move gauge by 4 each time another Pokemon on the field faints.

SKILL 3: Dark Shift
EFFECT: Normal-type moves becomes Dark-type moves.

 

KAREN AND MAGE HOUNDOOM

This pair has one of the highest damage potentials. High hit rates and a big chance to make enemies flinch are very useful abilities these two possess.

Type: Dark
Weakness: Fighting

MAX STATS
HP530
ATTACK313
DEFENCE176
SPECIAL ATTACK391
SPECIAL DEFENCE161
SPEED405
BULK571

MOVESET

MOVE 1: Snarl
POWER: 39/46
EFFECT: Lowers the target special attack.

MOVE 2: Dire Hit +
POWER: 0
EFFECT: Raises the user’s critical-hit rate by 2 stat ranks.

MOVE 3: Dark Pulse
POWER: 95/114
EFFECT: Has a 20% chance of target flinch.

MOVE 4: Entertain Me!
POWER: 0
EFFECT: The lower the user’s HP is, the more this move raises a special attack.

PASSIVE

SKILL 1: Wide Awake
EFFECT: It prevents Pokemon from falling asleep.

SKILL 2: Flameproof
EFFECT: It prevents Pokemon from getting burned.

 

LEON AND CHARIZARD

Charizard is Metagross’s equivalent for the special attack striker’s group. It has the quickest path to Mega Evolution and impressive all-around stats.

Type: Fire
Weakness: Electric

MAX STATS
HP718
ATTACK448
DEFENCE151
SPECIAL ATTACK448
SPECIAL DEFENCE151
SPEED336
BULK563

MOVESET

MOVE 1: Hurricane
POWER: 126/151
EFFECT: No additional effect.

MOVE 2: Earthquake
POWER: 100/120
EFFECT: Leaves the target burned.

MOVE 3: Inferno
POWER: 183/219
EFFECT: Reduces sync move countdown by 1. Raises attack and Sp. Attack by 2 stat rank. It also raises critical hit rate by 1 stat rank.

MOVE 4: Strike a Pose!
POWER: 250/300
EFFECT: No additional effect

PASSIVE

SKILL 1: Galar Flag Bearer
EFFECT: Powers up all the allied sync pair moves by 10%. Also, it reduces attack move damage taken by 20% of allied sync pairs.

SKILL 2: Piercing Gaze
EFFECT: Moves never miss.

SKILL 3: MP Rekindle 2
EFFECT: It has a 30% chance of restoring one MP when Pokemon uses a move.

SKILL 4: Super preparation 4
EFFECT: Has 50% chance of applying Supereffective.

 

N AND ZEKROM

The best N and Zekrom Sync Grid Builds are Outrage Focused or Bolt Strike Focused, depending on what other teammates you are pairing them with.

Type: Electric
Weakness: Dragon

MAX STATS
HP611
ATTACK414
DEFENCE157
SPECIAL ATTACK336
SPECIAL DEFENCE157
SPEED204
BULK536

MOVESET

MOVE 1: Bolt Strike
POWER: 189/226
EFFECT: Has 20% chance of leaving target paralyzed.

MOVE 2: X Attack
POWER: 0
EFFECT: Raises the attack by 2 rank stats.

MOVE 3: Outrage
POWER: 115/138
EFFECT: It leaves the user confused.

MOVE 4: Ideas will Prevail!
POWER: 0
EFFECT: Raise speed by 2 stat ranks. Raises accuracy by 1 stat rank. It applies super effectively when user does not have sync buff.

PASSIVE

SKILL 1: Entry Freebie
EFFECT: Applies the free next move effect when entering the battle.

SKILL 2: Sync Freebie
EFFECT: Applies free move next effect to the user after using sync move.

SKILL 3: Piercing Blows
EFFECT: Grants multiple effects when attacking with a move of sync move, such as ignoring the passive skill that reduces the damage of attacks. Ignores passive skills that would protect a target against a critical hit.

 

STEVEN AND MEGA METAGROSS

If you want devastating damage to deal with your opponents, this pair has got you covered. On top of that, it has good healing and decent MP refresh, which are good bonuses

Type: Steel
Weakness: Ghost

MAX STATS
HP487
ATTACK513
DEFENCE209
SPECIAL ATTACK137
SPECIAL DEFENCE204
SPEED246
BULK590

MOVESET

MOVE 1: Iron Head
POWER: 92/110
EFFECT: Has a chance of making target flinch.

MOVE 2: X Attack
POWER: 0
EFFECT: Raises the user’s attack by 2 stat rank.

MOVE 3: Bullet Punch
POWER: 75/90
EFFECT: No additional effect.

MOVE 4: Best there is!
POWER: 0
EFFECT: Raises defence by 1 stat rank. Applies Critical Hit Next effect. When used by Metagross, it also applies the enduring effect to the user.

PASSIVE

SKILL 1: Power Chain 3
EFFECT: Powers up the next move when unity bonus is in effect.

SKILL 2: Impervious
EFFECT: Stats cannot be lowered.

 

POKEMON MASTERS TECH SYNC PAIRS: S-TIER STATS INFO & STRATEGIES

Technical Sync Pairs specialize in debuffing and disrupting opponents by decreasing their stats, inflicting status conditions, and etc. Some of the Technical Sync Pairs are able to do big damage as well like strikers. Though for some teams, technical sync pairs are replaced by supports.

ACEROLA AND PALOSSAND

This pair is best used in a team with Cynthia and Mega Garchomp or Karen and Mega Houndoom. Palossand is able to raise the team’s attack and critical rate and can be hard to take down due to its sync move.

Type: Ghost
Weakness: Ice

MAX STATS
HP502
ATTACK163
DEFENCE174
SPECIAL ATTACK126
SPECIAL DEFENCE164
SPEED210
BULK561

MOVESET

MOVE 1: Astonish
POWER: 12/14
EFFECT: Has 30% chance to make the target flinch.

MOVE 2: X Defence
POWER: 0
EFFECT: Raises defences.

MOVE 3: Sandstorm
POWER: 0
EFFECT: Whips up a sandstorm.

MOVE 4: Over Here!
POWER: 0
EFFECT: Enemies will target Palossand for a short time. Then gradually heals the user.

PASSIVE

SKILL 1:Sand Fortress
EFFECT: Stats cannot be lowered during sandstorm.

 

BIANCA AND MUSHARNA

This pair has a good move set. Musharna also increases her damage output with stored power.

Type: Psychic
Weakness: Bug

MAX STATS
HP629
ATTACK201
DEFENCE203
SPECIAL ATTACK278
SPECIAL DEFENCE228
SPEED182
BULK659

MOVESET

MOVE 1: Stored Power
POWER: 13/15
EFFECT: Raised stats empowers this move.

MOVE 2: Psychic Terrain
POWER: 0
EFFECT: Turns field into Psychic Terrain

MOVE 3: You snooze, you lose!
POWER: 100
EFFECT: Raises defences, Sp. Attack and Sp. Def by 1 stat rank. Stats increase by 2 when on Psychic terrain.

MOVE 4: Psychic
POWER: 200/240
EFFECT: Has 10% chance of lowering the target Sp. Def by 1 stat rank.

PASSIVE

SKILL 1: On A Roll 4
EFFECT: Raises the chance of lowering stat values with the additional effects of moves.

 

MAY AND SWAMPERT

Swampert has many utilities to offer for the team in the game.

Type: Water
Weakness: Grass

MAX STATS
HP645
ATTACK255
DEFENCE232
SPECIAL ATTACK286
SPECIAL DEFENCE194
SPEED189
BULK682

MOVESET

MOVE 1: Muddy Water
POWER: 116/139
EFFECT: It has a 30% chance of lowering the target’s accuracy.

MOVE 2: Rain Dance
POWER: 0
EFFECT: Makes the weather rainy.

MOVE 3: Earth Power
POWER: 99/118
EFFECT: It has a 10% chance of lowering SP. Def by 1 stat rank.

MOVE 4: Ready for this?
POWER: 0
EFFECT: Charges move gauge by 2. Raises special attack and critical hit rate.

PASSIVE

SKILL 1: Raging Rain 5
EFFECT: Powers up moves when it is rainy.

SKILL 2: Racing Rain 4
EFFECT: Quickly charges the move gauge when it is rainy.

SKILL 3: Dizzying Power
EFFECT: When target’s accuracy is lowered, the user’s moves powers up.

 

SERENA AND DELPHOX

This pair has incredible potential for damage as well as the best way to spread status effects to the opponent. Go Viral provides an excellent utility that is effective against any party composition.

Type: Fire
Weakness: Ground

MAX STATS
HP685
ATTACK138
DEFENCE146
SPECIAL ATTACK297
SPECIAL DEFENCE170
SPEED376
BULK565

MOVESET

MOVE 1: Fire Spin
POWER: 48/45
EFFECT: Traps target in fire.

MOVE 2: Hypnosis
POWER: 0
EFFECT: Puts enemy to sleep

MOVE 3: Can’t Stop Us!
POWER: 0
EFFECT: Removes all status conditions. Raises special attack and accuracy.

MOVE 4: Overheat
POWER: 136/163
EFFECT: Lowers the Special attack by 2 stat rank.

PASSIVE

SKILL 1: Stat Leech 4
EFFECT: Has a chance of lowering the target’s stats when the user’s attack is successful. The same amount will also raise user’s stats.

SKILL 2: Good Night-Mare 5
EFFECT: Moves are empowered when enemy is asleep.

SKILL 3: Go Viral 9
EFFECT: When a status is inflicted on the enemy, it inflicts the same status condition on all enemy sync pairs.

 

SYGNA SUIT LEAF AND MEGA VENUSAUR

Mega Venusaur is one, if not, the tankiest Pokemon with healing and damage output.

Type: Grass
Weakness: Psychic

MAX STATS
HP677
ATTACK247
DEFENCE266
SPECIAL ATTACK296
SPECIAL DEFENCE271
SPEED154
BULK800

MOVESET

MOVE 1: Razor Leaf
POWER: 43/51
EFFECT: Likely to be a critical hit.

MOVE 2: Potions
POWER: 0
EFFECT: Restores approximately 40% of an ally’s HP.

MOVE 3: Mega Healing!
POWER: 95/115
EFFECT: It restores gradually all ally’s HP by 40% of its max HP. At the same time, it reduces the user’s sync movement by 1. When used by Mega Venusaur, it reduces the user’s sync by 2. But, when it’s used in a co-op battle, it reduces the sync move countdown of all allied players instead.

MOVE 4: Frenzy Plant
POWER: 90
EFFECT: No additional effect.

PASSIVE

SKILL 1: Potent Toxin 2
EFFECT: Increases damage taken by enemies when poisoned.

SKILL 2: Sundering 9
EFFECT: Lowers target’s defence, special defence, or both by one when targeting the enemy is successful.

SKILL 3: Adrenalin 2
EFFECT: Reduces sync move countdown when a sync move is first used.

 

POKEMON MASTERS  SUPPORT SYNC PAIRS: S-TIER STATS INFO & STRATEGIES

Support Sync Pairs’ role specializes in providing the team with major buffs. They have moves that affect all the allies, unlike Strikers. Mostly, Support Sync Pairs can tank well for the team.

HILBERT AND SAMUROTT

Hilbert and Samurott are great for physical teams with their Trainer move, but they also can raise other handy stats, including Speed, Defence, and critical-hit rate.

Type: Water
Weakness: Electric

MAX STATS
HP690
ATTACK257
DEFENCE238
SPECIAL ATTACK170
SPECIAL DEFENCE238
SPEED288
BULK726
MOVESET

MOVE 1: Aqua Tail
POWER: 56/67
EFFECT: No additional effect.

MOVE 2: X Speed All
POWER: 0
EFFECT: Raises speed of all allies sync.

MOVE 3: In this Together!
POWER: 0
EFFECT: The smaller the user’s percentage of remaining HP, the more this move raises the Attack of all allied sync pairs.

MOVE 4: Waterfall
POWER: 45/54
EFFECT: Has 20% chance of making enemies flinch.

PASSIVE

SKILL: N/A

PLAYER AND TORCHIC

A powerful duo that can support a variety of teams.

Type: Fire
Weakness: Water

MAX STATS
HP656
ATTACK208
DEFENCE193
SPECIAL ATTACK204
SPECIAL DEFENCE193
SPEED366
BULK624
MOVESET

MOVE 1: Flame Charge
POWER: 30/36
EFFECT: Raises speed by 1

MOVE 2: Attack All
POWER: 0
EFFECT: Raises the attack of allied sync pair by 2

MOVE 3: Blazing Hope!
POWER: 0
EFFECT: Raises special attack of allies by 2. Raises allied critical rate by 2

MOVE 4: Flame Thrower
POWER: 47/56
EFFECT: Has 10% chance of leaving the target burned.

PASSIVE

SKILL 1: Haste
EFFECT: Speed cannot be lowered.

PROF.  SYCAMORE AND XERNEAS

This pair has a variety of healing options. Has efficient stat boots for the whole team and has a solid bulk.

Type: Fairy
Weakness: Steel

MAX STATS
HP663
ATTACK304
DEFENCE256
SPECIAL ATTACK274
SPECIAL DEFENCE262
SPEED327
BULK759
MOVESET

MOVE 1: Dazzling Gleam
POWER: 50/60
EFFECT: No additional effect.

MOVE 2: Moonblast
POWER: 98/117
EFFECT: Has 30% chance of lowering target’s special attack by 1 stat rank.

MOVE 3: The World is Vast!
POWER: 0
EFFECT: Applies the Move Gauge Acceleration effect to the allied field of play. Removes all status conditions from all allied sync pairs. Applies the Gradual Healing effect to all allied sync pairs.

MOVE 4: Horn Leech
POWER: 91/109
EFFECT: The more damage you deal to target, the more HP you restore.

PASSIVE

SKILL 1: Team Shout 4
EFFECT: Has a chance (50%) of raising the Attack or Sp. Attack—or both—of all allied sync pairs by one stat rank when an attack move hits the user.

SKILL 2: Fairy Power 5
EFFECT: Powers up the user’s Fairy-type moves.

SABRINA AND MEGA ALAKAZAM

This pair can help your striker by providing buffs. Mega Alakazam is also a good all-rounder.

Type: Psychic
Weakness: Dark

MAX STATS
HP540
ATTACK71
DEFENCE180
SPECIAL ATTACK297
SPECIAL DEFENCE274
SPEED439
BULK650
MOVESETS

MOVE 1: Psychic
POWER: 999/118
EFFECT: Has 10% chance of lowering a target’s defence by 1 stat rank.

MOVE 2: Dire Hits All
POWER: 0
EFFECT: Raises critical hit rate.

MOVE 3: Sixth Sense!
POWER: 0
EFFECT: Applies physical damage reduction to allies.

MOVE 4: Reflect
POWER: 0
EFFECT: Becomes Mega Alakazam until end of Battle.

PASSIVE

SKILL 1: Unflappable
EFFECT: Prevents flinching.

SKILL 2: Speedy Entry 1
EFFECT: Raises speed by 1 stat rank when entering battle.

SKILL 3: Dauntless
EFFECT: Special attacks cannot be lowered

SKYLA AND SWANNA

Swanna is a tank with some handy heals, buffing and defence. This pair can help with sustain while in battle.

Type: Flying
Weakness: Rock

MAX STATS
HP722
ATTACK248
DEFENCE215
SPECIAL ATTACK266
SPECIAL DEFENCE215
SPEED269
BULK632
MOVESET

MOVE 1: Gust
POWER: 20/24
EFFECT: No additional effect.

MOVE 2: Potion
POWER: 0
EFFECT: Restores HP.

MOVE 3: Take Flight!
POWER: 0
EFFECT: Raises defence and speed of allies.

MOVE 4: Aerial Ace
POWER: 200/240
EFFECT: Moves never miss.

PASSIVE

SKILL 1: Haste
EFFECT: Speed cannot be lowered.

SYNA SUIT BLUE AND MEGA BLASTOISE

The tankiest and bulkiest duo of the whole game. Mega Blastoise has the ebay stats of buffing skills in-game.

Type: Water
Weakness: Electric

MAX STATS
HP684
ATTACK166
DEFENCE357
SPECIAL ATTACK190
SPECIAL DEFENCE357
SPEED166
BULK962
MOVESET

MOVE 1: Water Pulse
POWER: 47/56
EFFECT: Has 20% chance of leaving enemies confused.

MOVE 2: X Defence All
POWER: 0
EFFECT: Raises defence of allied sync pair by 2 stat rank.

MOVE 3: To the top!
POWER: 0
EFFECT: Move gauges accelerate for allies. Raises critical rate.

MOVE 4: Hydro Cannon
POWER: 178/213
EFFECT: Move gauges accelerate for allies. Raises critical rate.

PASSIVE

SKILL 1: Force Field 4
EFFECT: Has a chance of raising special defence of all allied sync when Blastoise uses a move.

SKILL 2: Team Shout 9
EFFECT: Raises attack speed or Sp. Atk,  or both by one when targeting the enemy is successful.

SKILL 2: Safety Net
EFFECT: All allies can endure the next hit.

Now that you know how to maximize each pair in our s-tier, it’ll be better to learn more about each role they play in the team.

 

POKEMON MASTERS TIER LIST: BATTLE ROLE GUIDE

What are Sync Pairs?

A sync pair is composed of a trainer and a Pokemon. Accordingly, top-tier pairings have the most optimal skill combinations in the game, making it easier for players to win. So, to further improve your chances of winning, you’ll need the right combination of sync pairs.

Here are the three types you’ll want on your team.

WHAT ARE STRIKER SYNC PAIRS?

Strength: Have the most potential for damage output.

Weakness: Tend to have lower defence and HP reserves, compared to other sync pairs.

WHAT ARE TECH SYNC PAIRS?

Strength: Are the best at inflicting status effects, such as Poison, Sleep, Burn, and debuffing using moves like Growl or Leer.

Weakness: Not very powerful when inflicting direct damage.

WHAT ARE SUPPORT SYNC PAIRS?

Strength: Have the highest defence stats in the meta and has buffs that raise the entire team’s stats.

Weakness: Tend to be inefficient with both direct and indirect attacks.

 

MOST COMMONLY SEARCHED QUESTIONS

We know that there are still more questions about this game and we want to help you remove some from your list, so we compiled the most commonly asked questions about the game.

Can Pokémon Masters be played offline?

Can I play offline? No, it’s not compatible with offline play.

How much does Pokemon masters ex cost?

Is Pokémon Masters free-to-play? Pokémon Masters is free-to-play with in-app purchases that may speed up your progress in the game. In-app purchases range from $0.99 to $79.99 but these aren’t necessary to complete the game.

how to evolve Pokemon in pokemon masters?

Like in other Pokémon games, Pokémons in Pokémon Masters need to level up to evolve. You’ll need to complete some steps to evolve your Pokemon like reaching the required evolution level and completing an evolution mission. The first evolution level in Pokémon Masters EX is level 30. This is how you’ll unlock the mission for the level 1 evolution of your Pokemon.

Where can I buy evolution crystals in Pokemon masters?

You can obtain Evolution Crystals in Shop > Item Exchange. You can spend 300,000 Coins to get one Evolution Crystal, and you can do this three times within a reset period every month.

 

Conclusion

To sum up, Pokemon Masters EX is an excellent spin-off title that introduces rich lore and beloved characters for avid Pokemon fans.

In fact, unlike other multiplayer games such as Valorant and Genshin Impact, Pokemon Masters EX draws from an already renowned franchise, making it easier to draw in new players.

Also, their innovative mechanics, long-time followers of the Pokemon series are promised a new, enjoyable experience. In addition, if you want to be the very best player, strategize based on our Pokemon Masters Tier List.

Therefore, with the right pairs and some practice, you’ll climb the ranks in no time!

To download the game, head to Pokemon Masters EX’s official website. You can also read up on lore, character details, and future events there.

If you love the Pokemon franchise so much, you may also want to check out our Pokemon’s Great League Tier List!

Dan Western is the founder of Gaming Gorilla, as well as several other infotainment blogs. When he's not working on his business, he's likely in the gym or playing video games. Dan's current setup is a PS5/Nintendo Switch living room setup, and a custom RTX 3090, I9-10850K inside the Lian Li 011D Mini for his office setup.

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