Pokemon Masters Fantina and Mismagius Sync Pair

Fantina and Mismagius Join the Cast of Pokemon Masters

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Fantina and her Mismagius have joined the cast of Pokemon Masters. This new Sync Pair comes at a perfect time and serve as a great addition to the roster. Unlike Sabrina and Alakazam, no special rewards will be given to players who decide to recruit this pair. However, the arrival of this ghostly duo has come just in time. Fantina and Mismagius are the perfect pair for the Ghost-Type Training event.

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Fantina and Mismagius are a Strike Sync Pair, which means that they are capable of packing quite a punch! In addition to this, this Sync Pair has the unique ability, Dance with Me! that not only boosts the user’s critical-hit rate but refreshes their move gauge by three. If you are looking for a Ghost-Type Strike Sync Pair, here is your chance.

Pokemon Masters has recently received several updates as well. This includes the Battle Villa. This unique challenge tower gives players the opportunity to test their mettle against a series of truly challenging battles. Those that participate will be given special rewards and items to unlock Lucky Skills.

Additionally, DeNA has released more information on future updates. Pokemon Eggs, new Legendary Pokemon, and content based on the Elite Four and Champion battles will be heading to Masters sometime this summer.

Pokemon Masters is available for Android and Apple iOS devices.

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