Following on from our article yesterday, Glacia and Glalie are now available in the Sync Pair Scout. They'll have their own Spotlight Scout that will give you an increased chance to snag the pair between now and the 29th November.

One Redditor pointed out that Glalie actually has different abilities to those uncovered in the datamine. When in Mega-Glalie form it will gain the Last Word passive, this will cause Glalie to use Explosion when it runs out of HP, causing a decent amount of damage to opposing Pokemon.

Alongside the arrival of the new duo, today also marks the start of the Ice-Type Training Event which runs from now until 28th November. This is this first of these style events to offer an increased number of gems. If you complete all of the missions associated with this event you'll net yourself 900 gems.

These missions aren't particularly difficult, they're just a little grindy. Essentially, to gain all the gems on offer you'll have to complete the single-player content and then complete the co-op areas on their Hard and Very variants 20 times.

Alongside those 900 gems, you'll also earn coins and vouchers along the way. Those vouchers can be traded in the shop for a variety of items during the event period. This particular event shop contains Gym Leader Notes which can be used to increase the level cap of your Sync Pairs and Replay Tickets that let you replay areas that have a limited number of attempts.

You'll be able to grab 160 of those vouchers right away alongside 50 gems due to a mess up on the developers part that meant players weren't getting the right rewards for completing certain missions. You'll now earn gold coins for those missions instead.

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