Pokemon Masters Clemont and Heliolisk

Clemont and Heliolisk Will Be Coming to Pokemon Masters

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Clemont and Heliolisk will be coming to Pokemon Masters soon. The inclusion of this electric pair was announced via the official Pokemon Masters Twitter account. Naturally, Clemont and Heliolisk will be another addition to the Electric Type Sync Pair line-up. You can check out their sync move “Light-Up-the-World Thunderbolt” in the clip below.

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If you happen to be a fan of this Electric Type gym leader or his signature Pokemon and are a returning player, a Welcome Back Rally is currently taking place in Pokemon Masters. Special rewards will be given to players who haven’t logged in within the past thirty days.

Another on-going campaign in Pokemon Masters is currently rewarding players with 500 gems every other day for fourteen days. Power up materials are also included in this campaign, so players can not only net themselves 3,000 gems but also valuable materials. This campaign will end on April 25, 2020. DeNA also mentions that their plans for future campaigns include letting players get valuable rewards that are usually hard to obtain, like lucky cookies.

A new event will be added to Pokemon Masters on April 14, 2020. This new event is titled “Solo Event: Flying Types Incoming!” Players can take on challenging new battles in single player battles to receive rewards. In order to participate in this event, players must first have completed Main Story Chapter 1: The More the Merrier (Normal). This event will last until April 27, 2020.

Pokemon Masters is available for Android and Apple iOS devices.

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