If you’re reading this, congratulations are in order. Having triumphed over the Elite Four and becoming the Champion, you have completed the first true step of your Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu!/Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! journey and it is time to take the next step, beating the Master Trainers.
To truly become a Pokémon Master, as far as these games go, is to take on each and every Master Trainers, so as to earn the title of Grand Master, only not every Master Trainers needs to be beaten in a 1v1 battle. Instead, some just want to see a really powerful Pokémon and having already done a guide on how to earn the Meltan Master title, this is our guide on how to earn the title of Mewtwo Master:
How to Earn the Mewtwo Master Title in Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! & Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee!:
Like with Meltan, the first thing you will need to do to even attempt at getting the Mewtwo Master title, is to capture the Level 70 Mewtwo from Cerulean Cave. Once Mewtwo is yours, you can then leave the cave completely, only to go back to the spot where you caught Mewtwo, to battle a certain trainer (No Spoilers) and obtain both Mega Stones for Mewtwo.
Getting the stones isn’t a requirement for obtaining the Mewtwo Master title, but if you have Mewtwo in your party, it will allow the Pokémon to gain some much-needed EXP and maybe even level up. Although Mewtwo is not required to reach Level 100 for the title, you do need to have a Mewtwo with more than 9000 CP. So, be prepared to either stuff Mewtwo silly with Candy, chain combo catch a lot of Chansey, or do a lot of battles.
When you do eventually have a Mewtwo with more than 9000 CP, it is time to make your way to Cinnabar Island and pay a visit to the Pokémon Mansion. Like we said in our Meltan guide, you will want to go up two floors and then descend down three floors to reach B1F (aka, the basement.)
The Mewtwo Master can be spotted in a room, as you make your way left. You should have opened up a way inside the room, during your earlier visit. With your Mewtwo set in the top left position (first position for battling,) it is time to talk to the Mewtwo Master. After a few lines of dialogue and praise, the title of Mewtwo Master will be given to you. A video of the conversation can be seen here:
Thank you for reading!
Tags: Guide, Mewtwo, Mewtwo Master, Nintendo Switch, Pokémon Let's Go!, Pokemon: Let's Go Eevee!, Pokemon: Let's Go Pikachu!
This post was written by Jack Longman