DeNA reveals everything you need to know about the Battle Villa in Pokémon Masters EX

Pokémon Masters EX is continuing to host in-game events and introduce new features on a regular basis. Read on below to learn more:

About the Battle Villa

How It Works

See how far you and your roster of sync pairs can go before the time runs out in this all-new special challenge.

Battle Villa (Single-player)

The Battle Villa in single-player features multiple battle stages known as halls.

You start at the lowest hall and work your way up by winning battles.

The ultimate goal is to win the final hall within the challenge period.

When one challenge period ends and the next begins, your completion progress will be reset, and you will restart your challenge from the first hall.

Some of the opposing sync pair lineups may change with each new challenge period.

Details

The HP and MP (Move Points) of your team are carried over from battle to battle.

Sync Pairs at 0 HP cannot participate in any further battles.

The remaining HP and battle status of your opponents will also be carried over.

You can add up to 9 Sync Pairs to your roster. So make sure you check out the Boss Details on the Area Info screen before you take on each challenge.

Ally HP and MP consumption are only applicable to the Battle Villa in single-player.

Opponent MP consumption is not carried over.

Full Recovery

In the Battle Villa in single-player, full recoveries restore your allies’ HP and Move Points and revive any Sync Pairs with 0 HP. Additionally, the restrictions on the number of Sync Pairs are reset.

You will receive one full recovery each day, to use whenever you like.

Time: Receive at 10:00 p.m. each day

Note: You can only store one at a time. If you receive your next full recovery before you use your current one, the number of available uses will not increase.

Quitting / Deleting Interrupted Play Data

If you quit during a battle in one of the halls of the Battle Villa or choose not to resume interrupted play, your progress will be reverted to before you participated in the battle.

Vitality Treats (Battle Villa exclusive)

Vitality Treats, obtainable in the Battle Villa, can be accessed at the bottom of the main hall list screen in single-player. Use these to recover HP and MP.

Vitality Treats do not carry over. They are deleted automatically at the end of each challenge period.

Vigor Treats (Battle Villa exclusive)

Vigor Treats, obtainable in the Battle Villa, can be selected at the battle start screen in single-player. You can use them to apply various effects to your team at the start of the battle.

Vigor Treats do not carry over. They are deleted automatically at the end of each challenge period.

Bonus Rewards

Receive various bonus rewards when you complete a milestone hall in the Battle Villa (single-player).

Battle Villa (Co-op)

Completing certain Halls in the Battle Villa in single-player will unlock co-op areas.

Important

  • Check out the News for more information about the current challenge period.
  • The sync pairs that appear as opponents in battle have different capabilities than those you can actually obtain.
  • The content is subject to change without notice.

Source: Official Pokémon Masters EX site

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