Pokemon Masters Sync Pairs List - Levelling Up Sync Pairs, Finding New Sync Pairs, Sync Pair Training

Pokemon Masters Sync Pairs List - Levelling Up Sync Pairs, Finding New Sync Pairs, Sync Pair Training

Sync Pairs are the lifeblood of Pokemon Masters. Here’s everything you need to know.

Pokemon Masters is a brand new Pokemon adventure set on the island of Pasio. Things work a bit differently here, given that Trainers and Pokemon battle more closely in duos called Sync Pairs. These Sync Pairs bolster each other's moves, and you’ll have three pairs in your team for each battle. To help you plan your team, we’ve put together this Pokemon Masters Sync Pairs Guide. We’ll list all of the Sync Pairs available in Pokemon Masters, where each one originated from, and which types they specialize in. We’ll then go onto how to find new Sync Pairs in Pokemon Masters, and how to level them up.

Pokemon Masters Sync Pairs

The Sync Pairs in Pokemon Masters each contains a Pokemon and a Trainer. They are pulled from all over the world of Pokemon, with iconic characters like Misty and Blue making an appearance. We’ve included the table below so that you can check out the full list of Pokemon Masters Sync Pairs.

Sync PairType
Acerola & PalossandN/A
Agatha & GengarGhost
Barry & PiplupWater
Blaine & PonytaFire
Blue & PidgeotFlying
Brawley & MakuhitaFighting
Brendan & TreeckoGrass
Brock & OnixRock
Bruno & MachampFighting
Brycen & CryogonalIce/Rock
Bugsy & BeedrillBug
Candice & AbomasnowIce
Cheryl & BlisseyNormal
Clair & KingdraDragon
Clay & PalpitoadGround
Crasher Wake & FloatzelWater
Cynthia & GarchompN/A
Drake & SalamenceDragon
Erika & VileplumeGrass
Flannery & TorkoalFire
Gardenia & RoseradeGrass
Grant & AmauraRock
Iris & HaxorusDragon
Janine & AriadosPoison
Kahili & ToucannonFlyng
Karen & HoundoomDark
Korrina & LucarioFighting
Kris & TotodileWater
Liza & LunatonePsychic
Lorelei & LaprasWater
Lt. Surge & VoltorbElectric
Marion & Carracosta Water/Rock
Marley & ArcanineFire
Marshal & ConkeldurrFighting
Maylene & MedititeFighting
Mina & GranbullFairy
Misty & StarmieWater
Noland & PinsirBug
Norman & SlakingNormal
Olivia & LycanrocRock
Phoebe & DusclopsNormal
Ramos & WeepinbellGrass
Red & CharizardFire
Roark and CranidosRock
Rosa & SnivyGrass
Roxanne & NosepassRock
Roxie & WhirlipedePoison
Shauntal & ChandelureGhost
Siebold & ClawitzerWater/Fighting
Skyla & SwannaFlying
Sophocles & TogedemaruElectric
Tate & SolrockPsychic & Rock
Thorton & BronzongN/A
Whitney & MiltankNormal
Wikstrom & AegislashSteel
Will & XatuFlying/Psychic
Winona & PelipperFlying
Wulfric & AvaluggIce
You & PikachuElectric

How to Get New Sync Pairs in Pokemon Masters

You’ll need three Sync Pairs to make a Team in Pokemon Masters, so where do you find them. You’ll naturally bump into Sync Pairs like Brock & Onix by playing through the story of Pokemon Masters. You can also use the Scout function to track new ones down across Pasio. We’ll add more details on this once Pokemon Masters releases.

Levelling Up Sync Pairs in Pokemon Masters

Once you have a good set of Sync Pairs at your disposal, you’ll want to be constantly levelling them up to face more difficult challenges. You’ll gain XP by using Sync Pairs in Battle that will level them up. You can also use items to power up their Star Ratings, which we’ll cover next.

Pokemon Masters: Increasing the Star Rating of a Sync Pair

Each Sync Pair will start off with a Star Rating. This rating is relative to the overall stats that a Sync Pair possesses, and it is possible to increase the rating to increase the stats. To do so, you’ll need Star Power Ups. Sync Pair Star Ratings can be increased to a maximum of five stars.

Pokemon Masters Sync Pair Training

You can also use Training to power up your Sync Pairs. Head to the Training Course section of the menu to do so. There are the following Training options available:

  • Level-Up Course (Levels up Pair)
  • Strike Course (Increase Attack)
  • Tech Course (Inflict Status Effects)
  • Support (Defense and Buffing allies)

Pokemon Masters Sync Pair Level Cap

Every Sync Pair will have three subsequent Level Caps. The first comes at Level 45, and you’ll need to unlock it to progress to the next level cap of 60. To do so, head to the ‘Unlock Level Cap’ section of the Sync Pairs menu. You’ll need to spend a certain amount of items to unlock the next level cap in Pokemon Masters.

Pokemon Masters Sync Pair Types

Finally, let’s take a look at how Types can affect Sync Pairs. Each Sync Pair will have a Type that it adheres to. Some Sync Pairs can have two Types. As in other Pokemon games, each Sync Pair also has a Type Weakness, for example grass type being weak to fire.

Given that Pokemon Masters has yet to be released, it’s worth noting that certain elements of the game are subject to change. We’ll be updating this guide once it releases, so check back in for more info. For more info on Pokemon Masters, head to our Pokemon Masters Everything We Know Page.

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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