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Snorlax is a playable character in Pokemon Unite (Pokemon MOBA). Guide features Snorlax's stats, best items, moveset, unite move, build, gameplay, skin & more!

Table of Contents

Ranked Meta Report

Snorlax Buffs, Nerfs, & Changes

Snorlax Move Changes (December 9)

Move / StatChanges
FlailFlail- Move level has changed from Lv. 6 to Lv. 5.
- Flail+ upgrade has changed from Lv. 12 to Lv. 11.
- Duration of the effects has been increased reduced from 6s to 4s
Heavy SlamHeavy Slam- Move level has changed from Lv. 6 to Lv. 5.
- Heavy Slam+ upgrade has changed from Lv. 12 to Lv. 11.
BlockBlock- Move level has changed from Lv. 8 to Lv. 7.
- Block+ upgrade has changed from Lv. 14 to Lv. 13.
YawnYawn- Move level has changed from Lv. 8 to Lv. 7.
- Yawn+ upgrade has changed from Lv. 14 to Lv. 13.
Power NapPower Nap- Move level has changed from Lv. 10 to Lv. 9.

On the December 9th Update, Snorlax received major adjustments wherein the level of the moves learned have been adjusted to match the learning levels of other Pokemon. These changes may affect Snorlax's performance in the match.

Patch Notes: Balance Patch (December 9)Click To See Previous Balance Changes

Snorlax Move Changes (September 22nd)

Move / StatChanges
YawnYawn- A bug was fixed in which the affected Pokemon that was asleep wouldn’t be woken up when attacked. (Effectively a nerf)

Snorlax receives a minor bug fix to its Yawn move during the September 22nd Patch. Although this fix affects the move's effectiveness, there are no other changes made to Snorlax. This is unlikely to affect Snorlax's position as one of the best Defenders in the game!

August 18th Changes

Move / StatChanges
Heavy SlamHeavy Slam- Damage done to enemy Pokemon reduced by 5%
BlockBlock- The duration of the move was shortened from 5s to 4s
FlailFlail- Strengthened the effect of the move. (Details TBD)
Power NapPower Nap- HP recovery amount reduced by 30%

Snorlax has received some nerfs in the August 18th patch, many of which were a long time coming. In addition to damage and HP recovery reductions, Block's effect will also see a nerf. To compensate, however, Flail seems to have received a buff.

Snorlax Overview

Snorlax
RoleDefender
DifficultyNovice
Attack TypePhysical
Tier RankSS
(Full Tier List)
List Of Playable Pokemon

Snorlax Stats

Offense 1.5 Stars (3)
Endurance 5 Stars (10)
Mobility2 Stars (4)
Scoring1.5 Stars (3)
Support2.5 Stars (5)
Total25

HP, Defense, & Sp. Defense

※ Listed stat values are at level 15

HPDEFSP DEF
9899580400
Stats Per Level For Each Pokemon

Snorlax Evolution

Final Form
(Does not evolve)
SnorlaxSnorlax

Snorlax Best Builds

Overview Of Builds

※ Click or tap to swap between different builds

Lane
TopTop
Moves
Lv. 6Heavy SlamHeavy Slam
Has the user slam its heavy body down, dealing damage to opposing Pokemon in the area of effect and throwing them
Cooldown: 7 seconds
Lv. 8BlockBlock
Has the user spread their arms wide to create a wall and grants it a shield. Prevents opposing Pokemon from passing through the wall and shoves them if they run into it.
Cooldown: 11 seconds
Held Items
Focus BandFocus Band ・Def +2 (+30)
・Sp. Def 0 (+30)
When the Pokemon drops to low HP, then each second for three seconds, it recovers 8% of the HP it had lost.
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% of their max HP.
Score ShieldScore Shield ・HP +15 (+450)
While Pokemon is attempting to score a goal, it is granted a shield equal to 5% of its max HP and its goals cannot be interrupted while it is shielded.
Battle Item
Eject ButtonEject Button ・Quickly moves your Pokemon in the designated location.
(Cooldown: 70s)

Heavy Slam For Damage & Disruption

Heavy Slam is a great move in both dealing damage and disrupting opponents as it makes them fall off their feet mid-battle. A lot of battles can get quite heated among several Pokemon at once, and this move deals the perfect mix of damage and disruption that could help tip the scales in your team's favor.

Block For Crowd Control

Block is a great choice in battle as it helps with crowd control. Use it to either defend your team from the onslaught of your opponents or block opponents from goals by shoving them away.

Lane
TopTop
Moves
Lv. 6FlailFlail
Has the user flail about, increasing the user's basic attack damage the lower the user's HP is
Cooldown: 6.5 seconds
Lv. 8YawnYawn
Has the user let loose a huge yawn that lulls opposing Pokemon into a sleepy haze, putting opposing Pokemon hit by this move to sleep.
Cooldown: 12 seconds
Held Items
Focus BandFocus Band ・Def +2 (+30)
・Sp. Def 0 (+30)
When the Pokemon drops to low HP, then each second for three seconds, it recovers 8% of the HP it had lost.
Muscle BandMuscle Band ・Atk +1 (+15)
・Basic Atk Speed +0% (+7.5%)
When basic attacks hit, the damage is increased by 1% of the opposing Pokemon's remaining HP.
Score ShieldScore Shield ・HP +15 (+450)
While Pokemon is attempting to score a goal, it is granted a shield equal to 5% of its max HP and its goals cannot be interrupted while it is shielded.
Battle Item
Eject ButtonEject Button ・Quickly moves your Pokemon in the designated location.
(Cooldown: 70s)

Flail For Extra Power

Snorlax is usually thrust right in the middle of battle in order to defend opponents, which is why Flail is particularly useful in these heated moments as your basic attack damage will increase in proportion to how low your HP is. This move is key to pummeling your opponents for a quick KO.

Yawn To Help Turn The Tables

Yawn is a great move as it puts surrounding opponents to sleep. This gives your team ample opportunity to turn the tables in a close fight. Do make sure to aim well as it's not a sure hit.

Lane
TopTop
Moves
Lv. 6Heavy SlamHeavy Slam
Has the user slam its heavy body down, dealing damage to opposing Pokemon in the area of effect and throwing them
Cooldown: 7 seconds
Lv. 8YawnYawn
Has the user let loose a huge yawn that lulls opposing Pokemon into a sleepy haze, putting opposing Pokemon hit by this move to sleep.
Cooldown: 12 seconds
Held Items
Focus BandFocus Band ・Def +2 (+30)
・Sp. Def 0 (+30)
When the Pokemon drops to low HP, then each second for three seconds, it recovers 8% of the HP it had lost.
Muscle BandMuscle Band ・Atk +1 (+15)
・Basic Atk Speed +0% (+7.5%)
When basic attacks hit, the damage is increased by 1% of the opposing Pokemon's remaining HP.
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% of their max HP.
Battle Item
Eject ButtonEject Button ・Quickly moves your Pokemon in the designated location.
(Cooldown: 70s)

Yawn For Crowd Control

Yawn is a great alternative to Block for crowd control if you're not confident with using the latter as it puts surrounding opponents to sleep easily. Do make sure to aim well as it's not a sure hit.

Deal Damage With Heavy Slam

You'll need to be able to take down opponents as you try to control the crowd, so utilize Heavy Slam for this purpose. It's a great move as it both deals damage and disrupts opponents by making them fall off their feet mid-battle.

Lane
TopTop
Moves
Lv. 5FlailFlail
Has the user flail about, increasing the user's basic attack damage the lower the user's HP is
Cooldown: 6.5 seconds
Lv. 7BlockBlock
Has the user spread their arms wide to create a wall and grants it a shield. Prevents opposing Pokemon from passing through the wall and shoves them if they run into it.
Cooldown: 11 seconds
Held Items
Score ShieldScore Shield ・HP +15 (+450)
While Pokemon is attempting to score a goal, it is granted a shield equal to 5% of its max HP and its goals cannot be interrupted while it is shielded.
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% for a short time.
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% of their max HP.
Battle Item
Eject ButtonEject Button ・Quickly moves your Pokemon in the designated location.
(Cooldown: 70s)

Buff Up With Flail

Snorlax can turn the tables when it gets pressured with its Flail move. Use this move to increase Snorlax's basic attack and movement speed depending on how low its HP is at the moment of use. As you level up, this move becomes more powerful and its damage increases. When this move is enhanced, basic attacks that hit opponent Pokemon will also replenish the Snorlax's HP. Quite useful for close combat situations.

Block Opponents From Attacking

You can protect squishy Pokemon or ally goal zones from enemies attacking with Block. Snorlax creates a shield to prevent opponents from passing through the wall and shoves them if they run into it.

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War Sustain (Lubis) Build

Author's Notes
- Be the frontline for your team. When doing a war with your team, Heavy Slam to charge and initiate, then walk behind them or optionally eject button and use block to push them to your team.
If you have your unite move, you could heavy slam then use the unite move to knock them up twice.
Be sure not to use it for too long when your team are getting attacked.
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Aalce's Build

LaneMiddleMiddle
BottomBottom
MovesHeavy SlamHeavy Slam
BlockBlock
Held ItemsScore ShieldScore Shield
Buddy BarrierBuddy Barrier
Focus BandFocus Band
Battle Item Eject ButtonEject Button
Author's Notes
- This build allows for a solid amount of damage output from the jump on your opponent. Similar to that of Lucario, it is defined by using Score Shield to produce quick scores and keep your opponents on their heels while you gain further momentum in lane.

Attacker Build (KlintA's Build)

Author's Notes
- Use flail until the effect ends then use block to the enemy until flail's cooldown resets then use flail again

Snorlax - Basics & Advanced Tips

Snorlax Basic Mechanics

This section has basic tips and tricks that you must know to effectively control Snorlax. Treat this as a supplement to the Beginner's Guide.

Basic
Assist squishy allies
Make sure to follow the Pokemon that needs your assistance the most! It is recommended that you pair with an attacker on the top or bottom lane.
▶ Lane Guide
Use the right Held Items!
Since Snorlax doesn't evolve, its combat ability is relatively high early on and wouldn’t need to spend much time farming to gain experience compared to other evolving Pokemon. Snorlax will be busy defending, so make sure to equip him with Held Items to further enhance its Defense and HP on battle.
▶Best Held Items For Each Pokemon
Make use of your defense
You can use your defense not only to protect allies but also to push through goal zones to score. Act as bait while your allies do the damage to help the team KO opponents effectively.
▶ Teamfight Battle Tips

Snorlax Advanced Mechanics

This section has basic tips and tricks that you must know to effectively control Snorlax. Treat this as a supplement to the Advanced Players Guide.

Advanced
Use your environment to your advantage
・Using Rest will make you defenseless while recovering HP. Make sure to hide in the grass for added protection.
・In addition, "Rest" has the effect of obstructing the movement of the other party. By using it at the entrance of the grass, you can prevent the other party from invading the grass.
・You can also use use grass to gank unaware opponents and surprise attack them with Heavy Slam!
▶ Grass (Bush) Guide
Master Heavy Slam
・You can shift Heavy Slam's landing point by using Eject Button immediately after you use it. Enemies will have a hard time avoiding you because they wouldn't even see it coming.
・Place Heavy Slam across obstacles to quickly escape tight situations or ambush unaware opponent.
Sandwich & incapacitate with Block
・You can sandwich your opponents on obstacles with Block. However, avoid pushing them too much against the wall as they may protrude and escape.
・Block's shield can be used to pinch the opponent between obstacles to incapacitate them for a long time. If there are any wall obstacles nearby, try to aim aggressively.
Deal damage while healing using your ult
・Snorlax's Unite Move Power Nap lets you recover HP while dealing damage to nearby opponents which can be very useful against team fights as it extends your time in battle.
・You can use this to block your team's Goal Zone to prevent opponents from scoring. Its ending move will also throw opponents away, dealing damage in the process.
▶ Goals Guide - How To Block A Goal

Snorlax Strategy Guide

Snorlax Strengths & Weaknesses

Strengths
High defense and endurance that can take on more than one opponent. Great in protecting and defending squishy Pokemon.
Aside from defending allies, Block's CC can prevent opponents from scoring goals. Heavy Slam may also be used to knock opponents away and stun them.
Has immunity against hindrances while restoring HP with Power Nap. This also deals damage to nearby Pokemon within its AoE.
Weaknesses
Snorlax alone won't be able to deal strong enough attacks to KO other Pokemon quickly but may help his team to do so.
Has an advantage only with battles at a close proximity as it is a melee attacker. With that, it is particularly weak against ranged Pokemon that can chip away at its health while maintaining a safe distance.
Its limited mobility makes it difficult to get to distant enemies fast. Speedsters may use their enhanced speed to Kite and dodge Snorlax's moves.

Recommended Lanes

The number of ★ shows the level on a particular route area.

LaneRoute Details
TopTop Recommendation level: ★★★
Snorlax's hindering moves goes well with Attackers. You can follow your teammates in battle and help defend them as they attack the other team or wild Pokemon in the area.
MiddleMiddleRecommendation level: ★・・
Snorlax has limited damage-dealing moves that enable it to KO wild Pokemon in the central area. The upper and lower lanes are more suitable to Snorlax as its gameplay focuses on hindering opposing teams and defending allies.
BottomBottomRecommendation level:★★★
Snorlax can shield ally Pokemon from taking in too much damage from aggressive battles concerning Drednaw in the lower area. It can also hinder enemies from scoring and destroying team goal zones with its moves.
Which Lanes to Play - Top, Mid, Bottom Lane Roles Guide

Early Game (Lv 1~) Strategy

Pick Tackle First

Although Rest is an excellent move, we recommend getting the offensive Tackle first to contribute to faster clears. Pick up Rest at level 3 and recover any HP you might have lost then.

Low Attack At The Outset - Stick With Friends

You shouldn't struggle taking out Pokemon from Mid to Late Game, but you will find that your attacks are on the weaker side at the start. Avoid straight 1 on 1 fights with Pokemon & stick with your teammates so they can deal with the attacks while you defend them.

Strategy A: Defensive Goal Keeper

Snorlax certainly excels at surviving against their attacks - especially when on a goal. In the early game, focus on preventing enemies from scoring by standing on your goal and interrupting their casts. Remember that you get bonus defensive stats on the goal.

Strategy B: Offensive Early Game Bully

Snorlax's Tackle and auto attacks are actually quite effective in taking enemy camps. Pair up with an Attacker and aggressively move to the opponent's side to bully them and steal the Wild Pokemon and Berries on their side. This paves an efficient path toward doing a well early game, and as a result, helps you do even better mid-game.

Don't Miss The Drednaw Teamfight

Drednaw spawns at the 7-minute mark during the match, so make sure you make your way to the bottom of the map before the clock hits 7 minutes. Drednaw provides tons of experience for you and your allies if KO'd, so make sure you help your allies take this objective by being prepared to do crowd control before the battle gets too heated.

Mid Game (Lv 6~) Strategy

Offensive Skills Improve From Lv6 Onward

Once you reach Lv6, you'll find your offensive capabilities improve enough to deal substantial damage to opposing Pokemon. You'll get Heavy Slam as your primary offensive move, and this will make combat easier for you in general, allowing you to move more independently. Keep sticking with teammates to primarily defend them though, but also try to get KO's and score with your team.

Adapt Your Build To The Situation At Hand

At level 6 you'll get a choice between Heavy Slam and Flail. Which one you choose will affect the direction of your build, so pick wisely. Although Heavy Slam is generally recommended because it both deals damage and throws opponents off their feet, Flail can increase your attack damage significantly when your HP levels are low - making it very useful when in a pinch.

Heavy Slam
Lv 6: Heavy SlamHeavy SlamDash
Has the user slam its heavy body down, dealing damage to opposing Pokemon in the area of effect and throwing them
Flail
Lv 6: FlailFlailHindrance
Has the user flail about, increasing the user's basic attack damage the lower the user's HP is

Late Game (Lv 8~) Strategy

Heavy Slam + Block Build

Recommended Combo
Heavy SlamBlockHeavy Slam

This combo is great for both damage and defense. Heavy Slam both deals damage to all opponents in the vicinity and throws them off their feet, so start your onslaught with this move. After that, quickly follow up with Block to push your opponents away from you, prevent them from inflicting damage on you and your allies, as well as to push them away from a goal or particular area. Then, Heavy Slam should have cooled down already by the time Block's effect ends, so follow up with another hit.

Yawn + Flail Build

Recommended Combo
YawnFlail

This build is great for both maximizing Snorlax's crowd control capabilities and offensive qualities as you'll be able to up your basic attack damage, as well as put enemies to sleep. Use Yawn to stop your enemies in their tracks and render them motionless. Quickly follow with Flail to up your attack and start punching! Watch as they just stand motionless until they get KO-ed.

Yawn + Heavy Slam Build

Recommended Combo
YawnHeavy Slam

Yawn is a great alternative to Block for crowd control if you're not confident with using the latter as it puts surrounding opponents to sleep easily. Begin with Yawn to stop enemies in their tracks, then quickly follow with Heavy Slam to give them a powerful hit to knock them out!

Flail + Block

Recommended Combo
FlailBlock

Start off by increasing the Snorlax's basic attack damage with Flail before barraging enemies with basic and boosted attacks. Then use Block to push enemies and prevent them from charging in. You can use Block to shove enemies against walls to hinder them further and stop them from escaping Snorlax's grasp.

Unite Move: Power Nap

Snorlax's Power Nap performs amazingly in battle as it not only deals damage to opposing Pokemon in the surrounding area while throwing them off their feet, it also gives Snorlax immunity to hindrances while restoring HP continuously. Note that by pressing ZL a second time during the move, you'll trigger a follow-up motion of Snorlax rolling over to one side - dealing additional damage to the opponent next to him.

Other Tips & Guides

Use Block To Disrupt Enemy Positioning

Block will be an absolutely crucial move for Snorlax in the late game, especially when it comes to taking objectives. Use the move to push your enemies away from an objective or goal to let your team cap it.

Snorlax - Timing Specific Guide

What To Do At Every Stage Of The Game

This section will teach you specific Wild Pokemon kill orders, as well as exactly what to do at various stages of the game.

10:00~9:40

Target Level3
Tasks① Select Tackle as your first move
② KO the 1st Aipom
③ Take down the 2nd Aipom
④ Clear the 3rd and the 4th Aipom
⑤ Head towards the center of your lane

As Rest is a healing move, taking Tackle first greatly helps in clearing the first few Wild Pokemon. You can KO the 3rd and 4th Aipoms at the same time so you can advance faster to the middle of your lane. As Snorlax is a Defender Pokemon and the necessity to gain levels isn't that high. With that said, best leave the last hits to your lane ally.

Top Lane Guide

9:40~7:00

Target Level6
Tasks① Defeat the Corphish found on the lower part of the top lane
② Defeat the upper left and lower left Aipoms
③ KO the Corphish found on the upper left side of your team's goal
④ Clear the 3 Combees and the Vespiquen at the middle of your lane
⑤ KO the respawned Corphish found on the lower part of the top lane
⑥ Clear the upper left and lower left Aipoms again
⑦ KO the respawned Corphish near your team's goal
⑧ Clear the 4 Corphishes near the center of the middle lane and continue towards the bottom lane

Snorlax's offensive power is quite strong during the early parts of the game. Take advantage of this and pressure the enemy team and take their Wild Pokemon for XP or plop some score in. With Rest, Snorlax can heal itself so leave the Yellow Berries to your ally instead. Use Sleep either inside your goal or inside bushes so you can safely maximize the move.

7:00~Before Defeating Drednaw

Target Level8
Tasks・ Use Heavy Slam to disable groups of enemy Pokemon
・ Use Block to either prevent enemy Pokemon from escaping or for protecting your team from approaching enemy Pokemon

Heavy Slam allows Snorlax to drop down with excessive force on a designated spot, sending enemies to the air and disabling them momentarily. Use this move during the Drednaw fight to create an opportunity for your team. Afterwards, place yourself at probable escape routes and use Block to prevent enemies from escaping.

Drednaw Guide

After Defeating Drednaw~The End

Target Level10~
Tasks・ Use Heavy Slam to disable groups of enemy Pokemon
・ Use Block to either prevent enemy Pokemon from escaping or for protecting your team from approaching enemy Pokemon
・ Use your Unite Move Power Nap to control fights

Snorlax's Unite Move, Power Nap, continuously damages enemies around it for 5 seconds。You can use this during the Zapdos or Drednaw fights to ward off enemies, allowing your team to have a greater chance of securing the last hit.

Zapdos Guide

Snorlax Counters

Pokemon Snorlax Is Weak Against

How To Play Against Snorlax

・ Aim to engage & attack with at least 1 more damage-dealing ally with you
・ Avoid tight corners where it can easily trap you with Block.
・ Circling around Snorlax is a good way to dodge its moves against you

Best Matchups For Snorlax

Pokemon Snorlax Is Strong Against

Best Teammates For Snorlax

Tips When Allied With Snorlax

・Snorlax has high durability and is good at stepping forward to protect its allies. Basically, don't get in front of Snorlax unless you are using another Defender-Type Pokémon.
・Snorlax has high endurance during the early stage and will most likely charge into the enemies goal. You can assist by Sticking close to Snorlax while defeating opponents in the way.

Snorlax Moves & Unite Move

Basic Attack & Passive

Basic Attack
Basic AttackRange: Short
Becomes a boosted attack with every third attack. When this boosted attack hits, it deals damage to nearby opposing Pokemon and decreases their movement speed for a short time.
Passive
()Gluttony
Increases the effects gained by eating berries.

Level 1 or 3 Moves (Choose Order)

TackleTackle Dash
Has the user charge forward belly first, dealing damage when it hits and shoving the first opposing Pokemon it comes in contact with. After this move, the user's next basic attack becomes a boosted attack.
Cooldown: 6 seconds
Damage: 862

Detailed Move Damage

These are the actual damages of this move without any Held Items equipped.

LvDamage
1789
2824
3862
4900
5940
RestRest Hindrance
Has the user fall asleep on the spot and restores its HP. Blocks the movement of all Pokemon not on the user's team while this move is in effect.
Cooldown: 10 seconds
Damage: 0

Detailed Move HP Recovery

These are the actual recovery rate of this move without any Held Items equipped.

LvHP Recovered
1792
2846
3909
4978
51053
61134
71224

Level 5 Moves (Choose One)

Heavy SlamHeavy SlamDash
Has the user slam its heavy body down, dealing damage to opposing Pokemon in the area of effect and throwing them
Cooldown: 7 seconds
Damage: 1717

Detailed Move Damage

These are the actual damages of this move without any Held Items equipped.

LvDamage
6899
7934
8971
91010
101051/td>
111094
121505
131571
141641
151717
FlailFlailHindrance
Has the user flail about, increasing the user's basic attack damage the lower the user's HP is
Cooldown: 6.5 seconds
Damage: 5191

Detailed Move Damage

These are the actual damage of this move without any Held Items equipped.

LvBasic AttackAttack With Flail (Max HP)Attack With Flail (25% HP)
6212457948
72224871,000
82335201,055
92455551,116
102585931,181
112726341,251
122887931,441
133058471,530
143249071,627
153459721,733

Detailed HP Recovery When Using Flail

These are the actual recovery rate of this move without any Held Items equipped.

LvHP Recovery
12432
13459
14488
15519

Keep in mind that after the upgrade, Flail's HP recovery can only be activated once Snorlax has hit the opponent while its HP is at 25%.

Level 7 Moves (Choose One)

BlockBlockHindrance
Has the user spread their arms wide to create a wall and grants it a shield. Prevents opposing Pokemon from passing through the wall and shoves them if they run into it.
Cooldown: 11 seconds
Damage: 0
YawnYawnHindrance
Has the user let loose a huge yawn that lulls opposing Pokemon into a sleepy haze, putting opposing Pokemon hit by this move to sleep.
Cooldown: 12 seconds
Damage: 0

Unite Move (Level 10)

Power NapPower NapBuff
Has the user go to sleep and begin snoring dealing damage to opposing Pokemon in the area of effect and throwing them. While sleeping, the user becomes immune to hindrances and its HP is continually restored.
Cooldown: 1 seconds
Damage: 2779

Detailed Move Damage & HP Recovered

These are the actual damages & recovery rate of this move without any Held Items equipped.

LvDamageHP Recovered
101930 4086
1119964437
122070 4824
1321455247
142226 5715
152316 6228
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