In the mainline games, when two Pokemon love each other very much and are left in the daycare together suddenly one starts holding an egg. I don’t know how it gets there. But the way you obtain them in Pokemon Masters is a bit different. Here’s everything you need to know about how to obtain eggs in Pokemon Masters and which ones you can hatch.
How to Get Eggs & Full Hatch List in Pokemon Masters
Unfortunately, you can’t just get eggs by putting your mons into the daycare in Pokemon Masters. The only way to obtain eggs is through battling. Main story battles and training area battles will be your ticket to getting some eggs. But keep in mind that you won’t always get an egg.
There may be other methods for getting eggs in the future, like events. But for now, they can only be obtained via battles.
Once you get an egg, it’ll be placed into your Egg Box. From there, you’ll need to move it to an incubator. Your precious egg will hatch once a set amount of time has passed and you complete enough battles.
Below you can find a list of the Pokemon that you can currently hatch from eggs in Pokemon Masters. We will update the list as any changes are made to the Pokemon you can obtain from eggs.
- Bellsprout (female only)
- Meowth (female only)
- Nidoran (female only)
- Rattata (male only)
- Tauros (potentially shiny)
- Zubat (male only)
Time needed: 5 minutes.
Here’s a quick summary of how to get eggs in Pokemon Masters
- Enter a training area or story battle
Winning battles is currently the only way to obtain eggs in Pokemon Masters.
- Win the battle
You will not get eggs every time. It’s a random drop just like any other item you get for winning a battle.
That’s all there is to know about how to get eggs and the full hatch list in Pokemon Masters. If you want to learn anything else about this game, then just check out our Pokemon Masters Guide Wiki.
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