Pokemon Masters Sygna Suit Grimsley Sharpedo Entei

Sygna Suit Grimsley and Sharpedo Are Coming to Pokemon Masters Alongside a Legendary Battle Against Entei

Sygna Suit Grimsley and Sharpedo will be the next Sync Pair to join Pokemon Masters. The Japanese Pokemon Masters Twitter account uploaded a video teasing the eventual addition to the roster. Unlike his normal version, Sygna Suit Grimsley comes with an entirely new outfit and with a new Pokemon. The account also posted a video of Sygna Suit Grimsley and Sharpedo’s Sync Move, High-Stakes Liquidation, which you can check out below. In addition to this, Legendary Pokemon Entei will be making an appearance.

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Similar to other additions to the roster, once Sygna Suit Grimsley uses his Sync Move, Sharpedo will be Mega Evolved until the end of battle. Other Sygna Suit characters include Elesa and Rotom, and Red and Charizard, and Brock and Tyranitar.

The Pokemon Masters Twitter also shared an upcoming sneak peak of a new event. Naturally, with Sygna Suit Grimsley and Sharpedo on their way to Pokemon Masters, it only makes sense that they’d be vital to an upcoming challenge against a Fire Pokemon. Legendary Fire Pokemon Entei will be coming to Pokemon Masters as part of a Legendary Battle Event. No information about what this will entail has been released.

Pokemon Masters is available for Android and Apple iOS devices.

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