When it comes to Pokémon, we all have a similar dream, “to be the best like no one ever was,” and one great way of doing that, is taking on the Master Trainers of Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu!/Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee!. Only, since not every Master Trainer requires a test of strength, here is a guide dedicated to a title that can only be obtained via nurture.
How to Earn the Mew Master Title in Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! & Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee!:
Similar to Meltan, Mew is a Pokémon that can not be directly obtained in-game. Instead, other means are required to obtain Mew and that concerns the Poké Ball Plus and unfortunately, unless you can borrow a Mew from a friend or choose to buy the accessory, the title of Mew Master will never be yours to claim.
Should you do purchase Mew and the special ball the Pokémon calls home, or have one that can be loaned to you, the first step to becoming a Mew Master, is intense training. Unlike Mewtwo, your Mew will require a CP of 8,000 and even if you stuff it silly with Candy, you could still find yourself training it to Level 80 or higher, so combo catching Chansey is something you’ll want to consider doing.
Once your Mew has reached the required CP goal though, it is time to head off to the Pokémon Mansion on Cinnabar Island and just like you would for the Mewtwo, Meltan and Melmetal Masters, you will need to go up two floors and then descend down three floors to reach the basement (B1F.)
From there, you will want to head straight up and look for the switch in the top right room. Pressing the switch should grant you access to the room you will need, which leads to where the Mew Master can be located, which you can see for yourself in this video:
When you stand before the Mew Master, it is then time to make sure Mew is in the top left slot on your team and show the Pokémon to the Mew Master. After a brief discussion, the title will then be bestowed upon you. A video of the brief exchange of words can be seen here:
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Tags: Feature, Mew, Mew Guide, Mew Master, Nintendo Switch, Pokémon Let's Go!, Pokemon, Pokemon: Let's Go Eevee!, Pokemon: Let's Go Pikachu!
This post was written by Jack Longman