Pokemon Medallion Battle Guide : Best Cards & Gym list
Pokemon Medallion Battle, the newly introduced Pokemon game, is quite an interesting card battle strategy game. The game features a variety of gyms that unlock as one progresses through the game. Many cards in Pokemon Medallion feature different abilities & if you have cards with higher CP, it is easier to win the game.
Pokemon Medallion Battle currently features eight gyms in total, which includes the following: Trainer Town, Greenwood Groove, Scorchfire Summit, Clearwater Coast, Power Plant, Dustrock Dojo, Shadowmoss Shrine, Dragon’s Den.
By the completion of each gym level, players earn various badges which include the following: Trainee (1200), Grass (1400), Fire (1600), Water (1800), Lighting (2200), Fighting (2600), Psychic (3200), and Dragon (4000).
Each Gym level features six types of starter Pokemon. Pokemon Medallion Battle also features an invite system that allows you to invite your Facebook friends to the game. Players can unlock new cards by purchasing Poke Packs, which players can get with the help of coins.
The game also features Candies, which can be used to evolve Pokemon. Players can earn more candies by completing daily tasks and achievements. Players can unlock new cards by purchasing Poke Pack by coins, opening Poke Medal, and Star Medal.
New cards can also be unlocked by completing Daily Tasks & Achievements. Pokemon Medallion Battle currently features 168 Pokemon, and they have been divided into three categories, which include the following: Normal Pokecard, Great card, and Ultra card.
In terms of CP, Ultra Cards are best and mostly features the final evolution of Pokemon. In the game, players can use a maximum of two Great Cards, two Ultra cards & four normal cards. The best cards in the Pokemon Medallion Battle have been mentioned below.
Apart from that, the “Pokemon Tower Battle” game has also launched on Facebook. Players can enjoy this game against a friend or any random stranger through online matchmaking. The game mechanics are quite simple & it requires players to drop Pokemon one by one & build a tower. While dropping the Pokemon, whichever player breaks the balance of Tower will lose the game.
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