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Solegaleo Returns in the Latest Pokemon Masters Re-Run Event

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Solegaleo returns to Pokemon Masters in the latest re-run event. Players who weren’t able to nab this Pokemon on its initial release will not be able to add this Legendary Pokemon to their roster. The re-run of Legendary Event The Beast That Devours The Sun will begin on April 5 at 11pm PT.

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Unlike other Legendary Pokemon, Solegaleo does not come paired with a trainer. Instead, players can swap out Pikachu as their self-insert’s support and take this Legendary into battle at their side. Solegaleo is a formidable Steel Type that comes packed with some powerful moves. Solegaleo is one of the few Steel Type Strike Pairs currently available in Pokemon Masters. So if you’re looking for a Steel Type Strike Pair to add to your team, now is the time.

This isn’t the first time Masters has had a re-run event. More recently the Legendary Sync Pair Giovanni and Mewtwo made their return. Players who were not able to get the pair on their initial release were able to do so.

For returning players, a Welcome Back Rally is currently taking place. Special rewards will be handed out to anyone that hasn’t logged into Pokemon Masters within the past thirty days. So if you’re looking to jump back into Masters, now is a good a time as ever.

Pokemon Masters is available for Android and Apple iOS devices.

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