Pokemon Masters Rerolling Guide: How to Get the Best Trainers

If you just absolutely need to pull Phoebe or Olivia, rerolling in Pokemon Masters is a simple process handled directly through the in-game menu.

Got a 3-star trainer in your first Pokemon Masters sync pull and not willing to live with that indignity? You can ensure a 4- or 5-star trainer team right from the start with just a little bit of effort.

It's the age-old mobile game question: to reroll, or to not reroll? We'll skip the monologue on whether tis nobler in the mind to keep your first pull or try again for something better and just get on with it — we know you want to reroll!

How to Reroll in Pokemon Masters

Thankfully, mobile app developers are catching onto the fact that players like the option to try again if they pull something less than ideal after the tutorial mission.

In Pokemon Masters, there's no need to uninstall, hunt down hidden files in your phone to delete, and then reinstall the app to reroll.

You do still have to go through the tutorial mission and extra app download screen, but the entire Pokemon Masters reroll process is handled right through your in-game account options after completing main story quest The More The Merrier.

After finishing that quest, go through the first Sync Pair Scout process, which will always result in pulling Whitny & Miltank. Afterwards, the app will restart to download the extra post-tutorial data.

Now, you can finally grab your bonus starting gems (click the gift box icon if you haven't already) and see what you pull in the store. 

If you didn't get the 4- or 5-star trainer pairs you want, pull up the Poryphone in the lower-right corner and choose:

Account -> Delete Saved Data -> Yes.

This process works even if you have already linked to your Nintendo account, so you don't need to worry about that part.

Just go through the tutorial again, grab your starting gems, and try for new pulls.

Here's the percentage chance for getting specific star trainers in each Sync Pair Scout attempt:

  • 3-Star: 73%
  • 4-Star: 20%
  • 5-Star: 7%

With only a seven-percent chance for the best 5-stars, you may have to do this more than once, so the only real question is how many times you feel like going through the 10- to 15-minute tutorial section yet again.

Wondering about the best trainers to try for? If you didn't get any of these in your initial pulls, you may want to go through the effort to reroll:

  • Kris and Totodile
  • Phoebe and Dusclops
  • Olivia and Lycanroc
  • Brendan and Treecko
  • Karen and Houndoom
  • Acerola & Palossand
  • Cheren & Stoutland

How many times did you reroll, or did you get lucky and pull your ideal 5-star team from the start? Let us know in the comments, and then check out our other Pokemon Masters guides here:

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Published Sep. 2nd 2019

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