Depending on who you receive as your first Sync Pair in Pokemon Masters you may decide that you want to re roll your character. This first major reward will be given once you’ve played through a short bit of the story and re-rolling until you’ve gotten an optimal sync pair shouldn’t take you too long.
Pokemon Masters: How to Re-Roll
The best way to re-roll in Pokemon Masters is to play up until the point where you learn how to Scout for Sync Pairs in the Pokemon Center. At this point you can get a wide variety of sync pairs, from powerful 4 and 5-star pairs to pairs with lower values. If you want to guarantee that you get good sync pairs in Pokemon Masters with your intial gems this is where you’ll want to do a re roll and restart your game.
Doing a re-roll in Pokemon Masters is pretty easy to do considering that you simply need to delete your save data and restart the game. This can be found by clicking on the Poryphone in the bottom right hand corner of the screen. This will bring up the options menu. In the bottom right corner of that menu will be your account options. To reset your account and re-roll this first Sync Pair, you can click the delete save data button.
Once you delete and re roll in Pokemon Masters there’s no going back. You’ll need to play back up to the point where Rosa joins your team and you receive your first Sync Pair rolls. In this first roll you’ll always get the same character, but after you’ve spent some gems on Sync Pair Scouts you can then roll those to see what your team is going to look like.
For the optimal re-roll in Pokemon Masters, make sure to claim all of your gem rewards and purchase as many Sync Pair Rolls as you can. These can be purchased for 300 gems a piece. Between the launch day rewards and the Nintendo Account rewards you should be able to purchase a good amount of Scout Pair Rolls.
If you don’t like it, just head into the account menu to delete your data and then you can re-roll your Pokemon Masters game until you get one that you do.
- This article was updated on:August 29th, 2019