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Snorlax Guide: Builds & Moveset

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Snorlax is a playable character in Pokemon Unite (Pokemon MOBA). Guide includes Snorlax's stats, moveset, unite moveset, build, gameplay in Pokemon Unite!

Table of Contents

Snorlax Overview

Snorlax
RoleDefender
DifficultyNovice
Attack TypePhysical
List Of Playable Pokemon

Stats

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

Evolution

Final Form
(Does not evolve)
SnorlaxSnorlax

Snorlax Best Builds

Recommended Snorlax Build

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
LeftoversLeftovers ・HP +16 (240)
・HP Recover 0 (9)
When the Pokemon is not in combat, it recovers 1% of its max HP every second.
Rocky HelmetRocky Helmet ・HP +18 (+270)
・Defense 0 (+42)
When the Pokemon receives a certain amount of damage, damage is dealt to nearby opposing Pokemon equal to 3% of those Pokemon's max HP.
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.
Battle Item
PotionPotion ・Restore some of your Pokemon's HP
(Cooldown: 30s)

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 Defending Your Team

Although putting opponents to sleep using Yawn is great in theory, in reality most of the Pokemon are jolted back awake once hit by an attack. This is why Block is the more efficient choice in battle as it helps defend your team from the onslaught of your opponents and shoves them away in the process.

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Snorlax Strategy Guide

Going Top Lane Is Recommended

top lane

Snorlax is a very sturdy Defender Pokemon, so you can head straight into battle with your allies through the Top Lane. Snorlax won't be able to deal strong enough attacks to KO other Pokemon quickly at the start, so make sure you follow your teammates in battle so you can help defend them as they attack the other team.

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 the attacks while you defend them.

Fight On Your Goal When Possible

Although Snorlax may have difficulty taking down foes, it 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.

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.

If You Chose Heavy Slam
Lv 8: BlockBlockRecovery
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
If You Chose Flail
Lv 8: 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

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.

Flail + Yawn Build

Recommended Combo
FlailYawn

Although this build doesn't give as much offensive & defensive support as the Heavy Slam/Block one, you'll be able to up your basic attack damage, as well as put enemies to sleep. Being able to put them to sleep and upping your own attacks can also be a great benefit for your team in some situations.

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 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.

Moves

Lv 1 + Lv 3 (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
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
Lv 6 (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
FlailFlailHindrance
Has the user flail about, increasing the user's basic attack damage the lower the user's HP is
Cooldown: 6.5 seconds
Lv 8 (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
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

Unite Move

Lv 9
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
List Of All Moves

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