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Guide on Unite Moves in Pokemon Unite (Pokemon MOBA), the new MOBA style team-battle Pokemon game. Learn their effects, how to use, cooldowns, list of all Unite moves, & more!

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List Of Unite Moves & Effects

PokemonUnite Move & Effects
AbsolAbsolMidnight SlashMidnight Slash
Area
Unleashes a flurry of slashes in front of the user. This move ends by unleashing powerful blades of energy, dealing increased damage to opposing Pokemon and shoving them.
Alolan NinetalesAlolan NinetalesSnow GlobeSnow Globe
Area
Attacks with chilly snow and ice, dealing damage to opposing Pokemon in the area of effect when it hits. Deals increased damage to opposing Pokemon that are frozen.
BlastoiseBlastoiseHydro TyphoonHydro Typhoon
Melee
Spouts water to attack while spinning and throws opposing Pokemon in a large area. The user is shielded while using this move.
CharizardCharizardSeismic SlamSeismic Slam
Sure Hit
Grapples an opponent in front of it, flies into the air, & slamming it to the ground to deal heavy damage.
CinderaceCinderaceBlazing Bicycle KickBlazing Bicycle Kick
Sure Hit
Kicks a giant fireball toward the designated location, which then explodes, dealing damage to opposing Pokemon in the area of effect. This Unite Move increases the user's movement speed for a short time when it hits.
CramorantCramorantGatling Gulp MissileGatling Gulp Missile
Ranged
When the Pokemon uses a move, it catches some form of prey in its mouth. Afterward, when the Pokemon receives damage, it spits the prey out as a counterattack at an opposing Pokemon. The type of prey and effect differ based on the Pokemon's HP
CrustleCrustleRubble RouserRubble Rouser
Buff
First grants the user a shield before dealing damage over time to nearby opposing Pokemon & leaving them unable to act. If the user receives damage while this move is in effect, the move deals additional hits to nearby opposing Pokemon.
EldegossEldegossCotton Cloud CrashCotton Cloud Crash
Area
Has the user float into the air and become invincible. If used again, has the user pound the ground, attacking and shoving opposing Pokemon and restoring HP to ally Pokemon in the area of effect.
GarchompGarchompLivid OutrageLivid Outrage
Melee
Has the user unleash a powerful chain attack while dashing forward. The final attack throws opposing Pokemon but also leaves the user in a stun which is unable to act for a short time
GardevoirGardevoirFairy SingularityFairy Singularity
Area
Warps space in the designated area, drawing in opposing Pokemon. Shoves and deals damage to opposing Pokemon the instant the warped space disappears.
GengarGengarPhantom AmbushPhantom Ambush
Dash
Has the user jump to the designated area and allows them to start sneaking with increased movement speed. If used again, deals damage to opposing Pokemon in the area of effect and decreases their movement speed for a short time.
GreninjaGreninjaWaterburst ShurikenWaterburst Shuriken
Area
Has the user jump to the designated area and attack opposing Pokemon in the area of effect with a giant water shuriken.
LucarioLucarioAura CannonAura Cannon
Ranged
A large frontal Aura Sphere and damages all opponents who enters the line of fire.
MachampMachampBarrage BlowBarrage Blow
Buff
Increases the user's movement speed, Attack, Defense, and Sp. Def for a short time. If used again, unleashes a combo attack, dealing damage to opposing Pokemon in the area of effect and shoving them. The final blow deals an especially large amount of damage.
Mr. MimeMr. MimeShowtimeShowtime
Area
Has the user jump to the designated location and start a pantomime performance, dealing damage over time to opposing Pokemon in the area of effect and leaving them unable to act for a short time.
PikachuPikachuThunderstormThunderstorm
Area
Attacks opposing Pokemon near the user with tremendous bolts of lightning
SlowbroSlowbroSlowbeamSlowbeam
Hindrance
Has the user stare at an opposing Pokemon and attack continually, dealing damage and binding them. Shields the user and makes them unstoppable while they're using this move.
SnorlaxSnorlaxPower NapPower Nap
Buff
The user falls asleep and begins to snore, dealing damage over time to opposing Pokemon in the area of effect while restoring the user's HP. Invincibility is granted throughout the move's whole duration.
TalonflameTalonflameFlame SweepFlame Sweep
Dash
Has the user perform an aerial somersault before charging forward, dealing damage to opposign Pokemon in this move's path and shoving them.
VenusaurVenusaurVerdant AngerVerdant Anger
Area
Launches a giant seed toward the designated area. The seed then splits apart, dealing damage to opposing Pokemon in the area of effect and decreasing their movement speed for a short period of time.
WigglytuffWigglytuffStarlight RecitalStarlight Recital
Buff
Has the user begin performing a recital, granting itself and nearby ally Pokémon a shield as well as removing all status conditions from the affected Pokémon and making them immune to hindrances for a short time.
ZeraoraZeraoraPlasma GalePlasma Gale
Sure Hit
Unleashes a blast of lightning, dealing damage to opposing Pokemon in the area os effect and throwing them. This also creates a zone of plasma that increases the user's basic attack range and dealt while the user is inside the zone.
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What Are Unite Moves

Special Finishing Moves Each Pokemon Has

Charizard

Once a Pokemon reaches a certain level, they learn a finishing move called a Unite Move. Each Pokemon has a different Unite Move which they can use to deal heavy damage to opponents, potentially changing the flow of the match!

Some Unite Moves Have Multiple Hits

There are other Pokemon that have Unite Moves which have two parts. Using Charizard's Seismic Slam as an example, the first time you use the move it will fly you up in the air ignoring the map's obstacles. Its basic attack increases for a period of time, and if you press the Unite Move again, you'll perform a Seismic Slam. Snorlax's Power Nap has a similar effect, letting players roll an additional time if they press ZL after using it once.

Enter An Enhanced State After Using Unite Move

Stat BoostEffect/Duration
Movement Speed Increase・Approximately 20%
・5-7 seconds
Attack Speed Increase・Approximately 30%
・5-7 seconds
Additional Shield Effect・Approximately 10% of Max HP
・5-7 seconds

Unite Moves also provide you with 3 major buffs on use! Your movement speed will increase by roughly 20% and your attack speed by approximately 30% for 5-7 seconds after using your unite move. You will also be granted a shield for about 10% of your HP. Don't forget about these important effects after using your Unite Move!

Some Held Items Affected By Unite Moves

You can also get an an additional damage boost or a shield stack-up by equipping the Energy Amplifier and Buddy Barrier respectively. Having these items on your Pokemon will assist you in gaining an advantage in team fights and be able to defeat the opposing Pokemon faster.

Held Items To Boost Your Unite Moves

Items Which Are Affected By Unite Moves

ItemsEffect / Description
Buddy BarrierBuddy Barrier・HP +20 (+600)
When the Pokemon uses its Unite Move, that Pokemon and the nearby ally Pokemon with the lowest HP are each granted a shield equal to 20/30/40% of their max HP.
Energy AmplifierEnergy Amplifier・Unite Move Charge Rate +0.4% (+6%)
・Move Cooldown -0.3% (-4.5%)
After the Pokemon uses its Unite Move, the damage the Pokemon deals is increased by 7/14/21% for a short time.

There are Held Items that help to increase your Unite Move's effectiveness and provide more support to your team. Having these items will also grant you an advantage in teamfights, and therefore objectives.

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How To Speed Up Unite Moves Cooldown

Defeat Wild Pokemon

Defeat Wild Pokemon

Defeating Wild Pokémon will reduce the waiting time for Unite Moves by about 5% per Pokémon. The Unite reduction rate is the same if you manage to defeat Boss Pokemon. Take note that the Unite cooldown reduction does not apply when defeating your opponent Pokemon.

List Of Wild Pokemon

Taking Over Opponent's Goal & Destroying A Goal Zone

Lucario

Each time you take over an opponent's goal, the cooldown for your Unite Move will be reduced by about 13%. & as well as the cooldown for destroying a goal will be reduced by about 14%. The cooldown reduction will not be based on your points, so if you are trying to use your Unite Moves early, try to obtain more goals.

When To Use Unite Moves

During Group Battles

Group

Unite Moves are highly recommended to be used in group battles. Using Unite Moves with a wider range may deal greater damage to your opponents and may possibly defeat them all at once.

Also Applies To Single-Target Moves

Although there are Unite Moves that deal damage to a single target, you should still use them in group battles. Defeating a single Pokemon can instantly change the course of a group battle and could be a chance to win.

Use Them During The Last Few Minutes

Group battles most often occur in the last few minutes of a match - mostly in attempts to score a few more goals or to defeat the Boss Pokemon Zapdos. The final stretch of the fight begins at 2 minutes, when Zapdos spawns!

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