Learn all about Wild Pokemon in Pokemon Unite (Pokemon MOBA). This guide includes a list of all Wild Pokemon, Boss Pokemon, Pokemon per map, buffs, effects, spawn, and exp!
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Wild Pokemon List & Types
Normal Wild Pokemon List
|Alolan Meowth||Alolan Persian||Snom||Frosmoth|
Defeat For EXP & Energy Points
These Pokemon can be found all over the various maps of Pokemon Unite. They can be beaten quite easily & will give EXP and Aeos Energy (points) on defeat. EXP will level up your Pokemon while Aeos Energy will allow you to score and win goals.
Normal (Buff) Pokemon
|Bouffalant||Orange Buff - Normal attack will slow down enemy Pokemon|
|Ludicolo||Purple Buff - Higher damage against enemy Pokemon with low health|
Pokemon That Provide Buffs When Defeated
These Pokemon give valuable buffs to players that defeat them. The above two Pokemon can be found on the Remoat and Mer Stadium maps.
All Boss Pokemon List
Defeat To Gain Team Advantages
Boss Pokemon are stronger wild Pokemon that provide additional benefits to the team that defeats them. Zapdos on Remoat Stadium will only spawn once (though its Mer Stadium variant will respawn). The other 4 will respawn, however!Map Guide - Types & Objectives
Map Location Of Wild Pokemon
Remoat Stadium - Wild Pokemon
※ The number in brackets indicates the additional points Wild Pokemon get at the 2:00 mark.
|Pokemon||Spawn / Respawn||Points||Priority|
|Corphish|| 9:00 |
|Crawdaunt|| 2:00 |
When defeated and captured, Rotom will head over to an opponent's goal and support the player's team in taking control of it. This will allow you to score instantly at this affected goal for a limited duration.
This hulking Pokemon will give additional experience points and shields to the entire team that defeats it. This is extremely powerful and is often prioritized over Rotom in the latest meta.
Zapdos is a legendary bird Pokemon that will show up once in every map. Defeating it will let you score instantly on enemy goals for a limited time. Every member of your team will also get 20 points, with the person who got the last hit receiving 30.
Shivre City - Wild Pokemon
Avalugg is an Ice Type Pokemon that will show up in the 4-minute mark in the center of Shivre City and will respawn every time it gets eliminated. Defeating it will give 20 points, while the rest of the team will also gain an additional 15 points. Additionally, you'll get a barrier on your team's goal zone and your team will be protected by an Ice Shield which can also damage opponents.Avalugg Guide
Auroma Park - Wild Pokemon
Regigigas is a Normal-type Legendary Pokemon that will show up in the middle of map. Defeating it will give you +40 points. It doesn't have any other major effects.Regigigas Guide
What Are Wild Pokemon
Non-Playable Pokemon That Spawn On The Map
Wild Pokemon are non-playable mobs that appear all over the map. Defeating them will grant you EXP and Energy points, which you can use to score at Goal Zones.
Different Pokemon Spawn In Different Maps
There are different types of Pokemon that spawn in different maps. Some of these will overlap, such as the Remoat and Mer stadium Pokemon, but some maps will have entirely unique sets of Pokemon. Check them out in detail below.
Your Pokemon Level Up & Evolve
Your Pokemon will start a match at level 1. By defeating Pokemon on the map, your own Pokemon will level up. When a Pokemon's level increases, they learn new moves and eventually evolve (in some cases).Evolution Guide - How To Evolve
Level Up Faster By Going After Audino
Aside from Buff Pokemon, Audino gives the most overall exp, and as such should be considered a higher priority! The most Audino can be found in bottom lane.How To Level Up Fast
Energy Points Go To The Person Who Gets The Last Hit
If a whole team fights a Pokemon, you will find that the Energy Point for beating it will go only to the Pokemon who got the last hit. Keep that in mind as you battle enemies and wild Pokemon.Last Hitting Guide