Pokemon Masters Sabrina and Alakazam Sync Pair Pokemon Masters

The Psychic Duo Sabrina and Alakazam Join Pokemon Masters

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The Pokemon Masters Sabrina and Alakazam Sync Pair have arrived. The Kanto Gym Leader and her signature Pokemon join the roster with a limited time event. If you decide to Scout for the duo, you can receive a variety of rewards. These include valuable Sync Orbs and items to both teach Sabrina and Alakazam skills and unlock their level cap. Additionally, players will receive 100 Sync Orbs every time you level up this Sync Pair’s Sync Move. You can scout this Sync Pair until March 31, 2020 and get these limited rewards.

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In order to receive these rewards you will need to take Sabrina and Alakazam into battles with you. And there is no better place for that than the Battle Villa, once you have leveled up this duo accordingly. The Battle Villa currently has a limited time Support Rally taking place. Special log-in bonuses will be distributed to players until March 31, 2020. These rewards include items to strengthen your Sync Pairs. The Battle Villa is a recent addition to Pokemon Masters and provides players with a series of on-going challenges.

Additionally, alongside the release of both the Pokemon Masters Sabrina and Alakazam Sync pair and the Battle Villa Support Rally, another event is taking place. Right now, players can also participate in a Ghost-Type Training Event to collect vouchers and redeem rewards. These include items to level up the Acerola and Palossand Sync Pairs. This event will be taking place until March 20, 2020.

Pokemon Masters is available for Android and Apple iOS devices.

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