Basic guide to playing Pokémon Masters

by Kelvin

Pokémon Masters, basic beginner's guide

Eager for Pokémon Masters? We also. That's why today we wanted to bring you the best basic guide for beginners of Pokémon Masters. So once you have the game, start with the right foot. If you are one of those who cannot wait for the launch, remember that you can now play Pokémon Masters without VPN.

And although the game is not yet available for the rest of the world, you can pre-register in the Play Store.

Pokémon Masters
Pokémon Masters

How to start in Pokémon Masters in the best way?

There are several things you should know, in principle, about Pokémon Master Before starting with this guide:

  • Pok√©mon are not captured, you get them as rewards for battles, missions and events.
  • Pok√©mon have no natures.
  • Pok√©mon are of only one type.
  • There are no Pok√©mon alone, they all go together with their coach.

Now that you are clear about this, let's go to what is a little more complicated …

Types of characters you can have as allies

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The first thing with which you are going to differentiate allies within Pokémon Masters are the stars. The stars let you know the maximum level of the ally:

  • 3 star: The ally can reach level 90.
  • 4 stars: The ally can reach level 95.
  • 5 stars: the ally can reach level 100.

But nevertheless, you can raise the stars to your allies with objects. For example, in the image you see that Erika has 3 stars, which means that it reaches level 90. Despite this, Erika can reach level 100 by raising her stars with objects.

Types of allies roles

In addition, the allies play a fundamental role in their roles. Roles identify the type of character that is:

  • Strike: use Pok√©mon that have a lot of attack or special attack but have little life, defense or special defense.
  • Tech: use Pok√©mon that lower statistics or affect the states of the Rival Pok√©mon.
  • Support: they use Pok√©mon that help to raise the statistics and have objects to recover the life of your team. Usually, these Pok√©mon have many life points.

You can identify the roles of users by an icon:

  • Strike: a fist.
  • Tech: an exclamation point (!).
  • Support: a heart.

Types of attack in Pokémon Masters

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Attacks on Pokémon Masters are different from traditional Pokémon games. They are classified into three types and, from Androidphoria, we have named them as follows:

  • Active attacks: consume energy bars.
  • Inactive attacks: do not consume energy bars.
  • Super attacks: loaded using active attacks.

Usually, each type of attack has a specific function:

  • Active attacks: cause damage, alter the status or lower the statistics of the opponent's Pok√©mon.
  • Inactive attacks: cure or raise the statistics of all our Pok√©mon.
  • Super attacks: they do a lot of damage and these can increase depending on a condition.

For example, Erika's Vileplume has Nature-Loving Petal Dance, which is her super attack. East, increase damage if the opposing Pokémon is paralyzed.

Also, you can see that Nature-Loving Petal Dance says 1 of 5. This is the level of the super attack, which you can raise if you face another Erika during the game's story mode. That is to say, to reach level 5 of Nature-Loving Petal Dance, you must beat 4 Erikas, during story mode.

Statistics, skills and weaknesses in Pokémon Masters

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Statistics and skills are exactly the same as in the game. However, it is important that you know how they work, since they play a fundamental role in your Pokémon team.


As you see in the picture, Erika's Vileplume is weak only against the fire type. Yes, and as we said at the beginning, the Pokémon are of one type and their weaknesses are too.

That is to say, it doesn't matter that the plant-type Pokémon are weak against the fire, ice, poison, insect and flying types. In Pokémon Masters, the Vileplume will only be weak against the fire types.


This section is the simplest of all, since it works exactly the same as in the common Pokémon games. The only difference? The speed works differently, this will make the energy bar load faster so you can attack first.


In Pokémon Masters Pokémon can have more than one skill and these can be achieved through objects. The skills are passive, as they always have been.

Despite this, it is important that you know that Pokémon already come with a skill when you get them. So do not worry about these objects at the beginning of the game.

Vileplume, for example, has the Piercing Gaze ability, which makes his attacks never fail. Therefore, you can always use Stun Spore and paralyze all your enemies. Which means you can always boost your super attack.

So far this first basic guide of Pokémon Masters for beginners. We know that there are issues that were not touched as evolution. But, even if you don't believe it, it is quite complicated for the topic to be in a basic guide.

But nevertheless, The invitation is for you to perfect everything we just told you, because we will continue uploading guides that help you improve your game. We would like to know your opinion, so if you have any questions, let us know in the comments.

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