Pokemon Masters Ho-Oh Silver Legendary Event

Legendary Sync Pair Silver and Ho-Oh Join the Roster of Pokemon Masters

The Legendary Pokemon Ho-Oh has arrived alongside Silver for the latest Pokemon Masters event. These two are the latest Legendary Sync Pair to be added to the roster of Masters with the Legendary Event Pure Hearts and Rainbow Wings. Players can participate in the event to grab this Legendary Sync Pair until May 13, 2020.

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In order to participate in this event, players will have needed to complete Main Story Chapter 1: The More the Merrier (Normal). Other than that, the event is mostly the same when compared to other Legendary Events. The only new component is that items are obtained through a lottery system.

By participating in the single player battles for the event, players are rewarded with special tokens they can use to redeem awards selected at random through the prize box. Once you have obtained the grand prize from the prize box, you will move onto the next prize box pool. Progression through the prize box is essential to getting the materials to get Silver and Ho-Oh in Pokemon Masters.

Additionally, players logging in during this time will receive 300 gems for thirteen days. So if you are thinking about returning to Pokemon Masters, now might be the time. Or, if you’re just interested in hoarding currency until your favorite comes along, this may be a good time to log in too.

In other news, Wallace and his Milotic have been added to the Sync Pair Scout. As a Water and Psychic Type duo they will be more than handy for the Legendary Event Pure Hearts and Rainbow Wings. This Sync Pair Scout banner will also end on March 13, 2020.

Pokemon Masters is immediately available for Android and Apple iOS devices.

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