Champion Stadium available now in Pokémon Masters EX

Pokémon Masters EX, the strategy and battling Pokémon game for mobile platforms, is now available for download on the App Store (iOS) and Google Play (Android). In celebration of the game’s popularity, special in-game events and rewards are being offered for all players to take part in on a regular basis. Read on below to learn more:

Champion Stadium Available Now!

Champion Stadium: Kanto Challenge Available Now!

Champion Stadium Details

The Champion Stadium is new battle content where the Elite Four and Champion of each region will be waiting for you. The Kanto Challenge will be added this time around.

You can use the sync pairs you have trained up until now to emerge victorious in the Champion Stadium and aim for a place in the Hall of Fame!

Champion Stadium Details

You can challenge the Champion after defeating the Elite Four!

In the Champion Stadium, you must take on the Elite Four and win all of the battles before you can take on the Champion.

You can take on the Elite Four in any order. The battles are in the regular 3v3 format.

Difficulty

The Champion Stadium features multiple difficulty levels.

The Kanto Challenge will introduce Normal and Hard Lv. 1 difficulty levels. You cannot take on Hard Lv. 1 until you complete Normal first.

You will only be able to enter the Hall of Fame by completing the Hard Lv. 1 difficulty level.

Increasing the difficulty level does not change the conditions to challenge the Champion or the 3v3 battle format.

You can obtain Champion Spirit!

You can obtain Champion Spirit, which is an item required to raise sync pairs to 6★ EX, as a reward for completing the Champion Stadium.

You can get this precious item by taking on the Champion Stadium!

There will be big differences in the play styles and rewards received between difficulties Normal and Hard Lv. 1 or higher.

Please refer to the following details.

Champion Stadium Details for Hard Lv. 1 or Higher

Restrictions on Number of Attempts and Completions

When participating in the Champion Stadium on Hard Lv. 1 or higher, only one difficulty level of one region can be attempted each week.

A battle that has been completed cannot be reattempted until the following week. (It can be reattempted as many times as desired if you are defeated.)

The completion progress is reset every week at the time and date listed below.

  • Reset Time: Sunday at 11:00 p.m.

Note: Only the initial reset will be performed at the following Date/Time.

  • Initial Reset Date/Time: September 6, 2020 at 11:00 p.m.

Carry Over of Teams

Normally, sync pairs taken into battle cannot be taken into other battles.

However, if you lose a battle, the sync pairs taken into that battle can be taken into other battles.

The status of your sync pairs will also be reset every week at the time and day listed below.

  • Reset Time: Sunday at 11:00 p.m.

Additional special parameters

When participating in the Champion Stadium on Hard Lv. 1 or higher, special parameters such as “Special attack moves are powered up for allies
and opponents.” will be added to battles against the Elite Four.

The parameter changes with each victory and the parameter that will be applied to each battle will change at random every week.

Two parameters apply in battles against the Champion. One is set, and the other can be chosen from the four used in the battles against the Elite Four.

Changes to Pokémon used by your opponent

When participating in the Champion Stadium on Hard Lv. 1 or higher, the Pokémon used by the opponent may change each week.

You will need to train different types of sync pairs to complete the challenge each week, as the weakness types of your opponents may also change.

Addition of special medals

For each Champion Stadium region and difficulty (excluding Normal), you can obtain medals by achieving Hall of Fame status for every sync pair type.

There is no set period to obtain medals. Try taking on the challenge multiple times to obtain Hall of Fame status for all of the sync pair types!

Important

  • To participate in the Champion Stadium, you must have completed Main Story Chapter 10: A Reason to Battle (Normal) in single-player.
  • The time period and featured content are subject to change without notice.

We hope you continue to enjoy Pokémon Masters EX.

Source: Official Pokémon Masters EX website

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