Pokemon Masters Gym Leader Notes - How to Get Gym Leader Notes in Pokemon Masters

Pokemon Masters Gym Leader Notes - How to Get Gym Leader Notes in Pokemon Masters

If you want your Sync Pairs to reach max level in Pokemon Masters, you’ll need Gym Leader Notes. Here’s how they work.

Pokemon Masters puts its focus on Sync Pairs: duos made up of a Pokemon and a trainer. You’ll level them up by battling others, and by using items that you earn while playing. Eventually, you’ll hit a level cap for each Sync Pair, and must use items to unlock the next cap. Once you’re at the last level gate, you’ll need something called Gym Leader Notes to hit max level. These can be pretty difficult to find if you don’t know where to look, so we put together this Pokemon Masters Gym Leader Notes Guide to point you in the right direction. We’ll explain the best way to get Gym Leader Notes in Pokemon Masters, so that you can reach max level cap in the game.

How to Get Gym Leader Notes in Pokemon Masters

Gym Leader Notes are rare items that drop while playing Pokemon Masters. You’ll need them in order to reach max level cap with your Sync Pairs, though they are not particularly easy to get. We’ve listed all of the ways you can get Gym Leader Notes in Pokemon Masters below:

  • Co-Op Hard Missions (Brock, Flint etc)
  • Exchange items in the exchange menu (expensive)
  • Limited Time Supercourse events (Very Hard Difficulty only)

Best Way to Get Gym Leader Notes in Pokemon MAsters

It can take a while to farm Gym Leader Notes in Pokemon Masters. Of the methods detailed above, we found the co-op missions to be the fastest way to get them. We recommend taking on Brock on Hard, as this should be easier than the equivalent supercourses. The drop rate seems to be variable, and we found that we’d get on average 3 Gym Leader Notes for 10 runs. It’ll take a while to get the number required to unlock the max level cap, but it’s worth it for the Sync Pairs in your team that you want to use moving forward.

Jake Green

Guides Editor

Jake is a former freelance writer who now heads up guides for USG. He spends his days dreaming of an X-Files dating-sim and will play literally any game with monkeys in it. He has an unhealthy obsession with Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and would pretty much trade a kidney for Skate 4 at this point.

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