Mewtwo and Giovanni Pokemon Masters Legendary Shadows Re-Run Event

Legendary Sync Pair Mewtwo and Giovanni Return to Pokemon Masters

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Legendary Sync Pair Mewtwo and Giovanni have returned to Pokemon Masters for a limited time. Legendary Event: Lurking Shadows will return until March 15, 2020 and will be the first event re-run for Masters. The original event ran from December 4, 2019 to December 18, 2019 and gave players the opportunity to recruit this legendary pair. However, item adjustments have been made this time around according to player feedback.

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As mentioned above, adjustments to this event have been made. Additionally the maximum number of drops has been raised for the Custom Voucher 1 and Custom Super Voucher 1. Pokemon Masters has also added single player battles to this event. If you’re not interested in multiplayer, you won’t required to do any co-op missions to receive rewards. However, it will be much more difficult to obtain this Sync Pair.

All rewards will be tripled once per day. Rewards from previous event participation carry over into the re-run as well. This includes first time rewards. If you leveled up Mewtwo and Giovanni in the previous event, you will receive these rewards again.

In order to participate in the Legendary Event: Lurking Shadows re-run players will need to have completed Main Story Chapter 1. Legendary Event: Lurking Shadows may reappear again in the future. So don’t worry if you’re not able to max out the Sync Move for this legendary duo.

New updates have also hit Pokemon Masters. These include the Battle Villa, the limited time Elesa and Rotom event, and a limited time Sygna Suit Red and Charizard scout. A limited time Electric Type Training event has also been included alongside the Legendary Event: Lurking Shadows re-run update.

Pokemon Masters is available for Android and Apple iOS devices. As a reminder, you can still claim the Professor Oak and Mew Sync Pair until March 15, 2020.

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