Drake (Masters)


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Drake
ゲンジ Genji
Spr Masters Drake.png
Drake's model
No. 27
English voice actor Unknown
Japanese voice actor Masaharu Satō[1]
Description Once saved by a Pokémon, now he battles as one of the Elite Four to show his gratitude. He thinks Trainers should have virtuous hearts.

Drake (Japanese: ゲンジ Genji) is a Pokémon Trainer in Pokémon Masters EX, based on the character of the same name in the core series games. He forms a sync pair with Salamence. This sync pair was first made available since the game release.

Salamence

  Type   Dragon
Move type   Dragon
Role Support
Base Potential ★★★★
Salamence Weakness   Fairy
Overjoyed at finally being able to fly, it flies all over the place and usually doesn't land until it's completely exhausted and needs to sleep.
Stats HP Attack Defense Sp. Atk Sp. Def Speed
Lv. 140, Base Potential 549 287 208 283 207 206
Lv. 140, Max Potential 629 327 248 323 247 246
Lv. 140, Base Potential
Lv. 140, Max Potential

Moves

Name Type Category Move gauge Base Power Max Power Accuracy Target Description
Dragon Claw Dragon
 
Physical 2 50 60 100% An opponent No additional effect.
X Sp. Def All None Status 0 (2 uses) All allies Raises the Sp. Def of all allied sync pairs by 2 stat ranks.
Hard to Starboard! None Status 0 (2 uses) All allies Charges the user's move gauge by 2 for each allied sync pair on the field. When used in a co-op battle, charges the move gauges of all allied players by 2 instead. Raises the Defense of all allied sync pairs by 2 stat rank.
Dragon Breath Dragon
 
Special 2 42 50 100% An opponent Has a chance (30%) of leaving the target paralyzed.
Sync moves
Righteous Heart Dragon Claw Dragon
 
Special 250 300 An opponent No additional effect.

Skills

Name Description
Passive Skills
Terrify 1 Lowers the Attack of all opposing sync pairs by 1 stat rank when the Pokémon enters the battle.
Theme Skills
Dragon Support Raises the maximum HP of all allied sync pairs by 30.
Hoenn Support Raises the maximum HP of all allied sync pairs by 4.
Elite Four Support Raises the maximum HP of all allied sync pairs by 4.
Veteran Trainer Support Raises the maximum HP of all allied sync pairs by 6.

Sync Grid

The sync grid for Drake and Salamence is a basic grid which has not yet been expanded.

Name Effect Energy required Sync orb required Move level required
HP +10 HP +10 0 5 1
Attack +5 Attack +5 0 5 1
Defense +5 Defense +5 0 5 1
Sp. Atk +5 Sp. Atk +5 0 5 1
Sp. Def +5 Sp. Def +5 0 5 1
Speed +5 Speed +5 0 5 1

Availability

Drake is available in the sync pair scout since the game release.

Drake and Salamence can be battled against in:

Sync Pair Stories

  • A Day with Drake

Quotes

Main article: Drake/Quotes → Pokémon Masters EX

Gallery

     
VS model from
Pokémon Masters EX
Drake and Salamence on
Pokémon Masters EX Dream Team Maker
Drake's sync move mindscape
(Ever Grande City: Drake's room)
       
Trainer emote
Nice!
Trainer emote
Watch out!
Trainer emote
Let's do this!
Trainer emote
Thanks!

Trivia

  • Drake is the only member of the Hoenn Elite Four that is not a 5-star sync pair.

Origin

Drake's design is based on his appearance in Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire. Salamence is Drake's signature Pokémon in the core series games. Salamence's Dex entry comes from Pokémon Ultra Sun.

In other languages

Hard to Starboard!

Language Title
  Japanese 面舵いっぱい! Omokaji-ippai!
Mandarin Chinese 左滿舵右滿舵! Zuǒmǎnduò Yòumǎnduò!
  French Souquez ferme !
  German Volle Kraft voraus!
  Italian Avanti tutta!
  Korean 키를우로돌려라! Kireul Uro Dollyeora!
  Spanish ¡A toda máquina!

Righteous Heart Dragon Claw

Language Title
  Japanese 正しい心の ドラゴンクロー Tadashii Kokoro no Doragon Kurō
Mandarin Chinese 剛正不阿之 龍爪 Gāngzhèngbù'ē zhī Lóngzhuǎ
  French Dracogriffe au cœur vertueux !
  German Drachenklaue der Aufrichtigkeit
  Italian Dragartigli del cuore giusto
  Korean 올곧은 마음의 드래곤크루 Olgodeun Ma-eumui Deuraegon Keuru
  Spanish Garra Dragón del Corazón Noble


References

  1. Nintendo DREAM (vol. 329)


Characters appearing in Pokémon Masters EX
Pasio ScottieBettieLearRachelSawyer
Kanto BrockMistyLt. SurgeErikaBlaineLoreleiBrunoAgathaJanineKogaBlueGiovanniLeafLanceProfessor OakRedSabrinaJessieJames
Johto KrisBugsyWhitneyPryceClairWillKarenLyraEthanSilverJasmineMortyFalkner
Hoenn BrendanRoxanneBrawlyFlanneryNormanWinonaTateLizaPhoebeDrakeNolandGlaciaZinniaStevenWallaceWallyLucyLisiaMayMaxieArchieSidney
Sinnoh BarryRoarkGardeniaMayleneCrasher WakeCandiceFlintThortonCherylMarleyCynthiaFantinaDawnCyrusVolknerDarachLucasAaronBerthaLucian
Unova RosaClaySkylaBrycenIrisRoxieMarlonShauntalMarshalCherenHilbertHildaElesaCaitlinGrimsleyBurghAlderNateBiancaNGhetsisIngoEmmet
Kalos GrantKorrinaRamosWulfricSieboldWikstromViolaCalemValerieClemontSerenaLysandreProfessor SycamoreDianthaEvelyn
Alola HauSophoclesMinaOliviaHapuKahiliNanuAcerolaKukuiPlumeriaGuzmaLusamineGladionLillieMolayneMallowSeleneElioLanaKiaweHalaThe Masked Royal
Galar GloriaPiersLeonMarnieRaihanNessaBeaHopAllisterSonia
NPCs PauloProfessor BellisTristaTriciaTrinniaTina
MeowthRyukiCourtneyTabithaMattShellyMarsJupiterSaturnLookerCilanChiliCressTeam Break


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