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How To Learn New Moves In Pokemon Masters

How To Learn New Moves In Pokemon Masters
Learning new move is vital to completing the Pokemon Masters story. This guide will teach you How To Learn New Moves In Pokemon Masters as the traditional method of just leveling your Pokemon doesn’t work the same way in the Pokemon Masters game.

As you level up and evolve Pokemon, they do gain access to new moves in Pokemon Masters. However, these moves are always locked originally – with the exception of the Pokemon’s support ability and their primary move. Unlocking moves for Pokemon is different depending on the Pokemon role.

How To Learn New Moves In Pokemon Masters

When you are at the hub, you can speak with Trinnia on the right side to do various things, one such thing is the Moves and Skills menu. In this menu you can click a Sync Pair and unlock new moves for that Pokemon. It’s a simple enough system, however, you may be struggling to unlock moves for certain Sync Pairs depending on their role.

There are three roles in Pokemon Masters. Strike, Tech, and Support. Each role requires different items to learn moves, different types of drinks. Strike Drinks always have “Buff”, Tech Drinks are “Tonics” and Support Drinks are “Ades”. A Support Pokemon will need Ade drinks to learn new moves in the same way Strike Pokemon will need Buff drinks.

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