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Aeos Energy is used to get rewards in Pokemon Unite (Pokemon MOBA). Learn what is Aeos Energy, how to get, cap limit, energy booster tanks, items, & exchange rewards.

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What Is Aeos Energy?

Must Reach Trainer Level 6 To Unlock

Trainer Level 6

To start gathering Aeos Energy and gain access to the Energy Reward System, players will need to reach Trainer Level 6 to unlock the related functions.

Trainer Level Up Guide

Earned By Completing Matches

earned by completing matches

Aeos Energy is earned by completing Unite Matches and is needed to pull from the Energy Rewards system - Pokemon's unique mini-gacha lottery system.

Used To Get Energy Rewards

Energy Rewards

The Energy Reward system is the game's mini "gacha" lottery system that allows players to use their Aeos Energy to gain random rewards from the Energy Machine. Random rewards may include cosmetic items and useful supplies.

The Energy Rewards Gacha Guide

Playable Up To 30 Times Per Day

Playable Up To 30 Times Per Day

The Energy Reward system is playable up to 30 times a day. If you exceed this amount, you may need to wait for the daily reset to be able to play again.

Costs 100 Aeos Energy Per Attempt

Each play on the Energy Reward system costs 100 Aeos Energy. This requires you to play a couple of matches in order to get a chance to roll.

Not To Be Confused With "Aeos Energy" During Match

During Unite & Ranked Matches, players will get Aeos Energy from wild & enemy Pokemon, which they will then need to deposit into goals for points. Although they have the same name, this in-match "Aeos Energy" has nothing to do with the Aeos Energy used for the Energy Reward system.

How to Farm Aeos Energy

Play Unite Battles To Gain Aeos Energy

Play Unite Battles To Gain Energy

The most simple way to obtain Aeos Energy is to play Unite Battles. You stand to earn more from wins from Standard Battles compared to Quick Battles as seen on the table below.

Ranked BattleWin: 30 Aeos Energy
Loss: 20 Aeos Energy
Standard BattleWin: 30 Aeos Energy
Loss: 20 Aeos Energy
Quick BattleWin: 20 Aeos Energy
Loss: TBC

*Actual values may vary depending on the game.

Rank Battles Also Count For Energy Gain

Ranked Matches will also count toward Energy gains when a match is completed. Players can aim to further their ranks while gaining energy for rewards.

Ranked Match System Guide

Weekly Aeos Energy Limit

Much like other rewards that accumulate throughout the game, Aeos Energy has a weekly gain limit of 1400 Aeos Energy per week. If we take that into consideration, you can ideally challenge yourself to winning 47 Standard Battles or 70 Quick Battles per week before reaching the said limit.

Use Energy Tanks

Use Energy Tanks

Energy Tanks are items you may use to increase your Aeos Energy and can even increase the rate of your gains after each battle. Purchase them at the shop with gems. It's also good to note that points gained from Bonus Energy Tanks are exempt from the weekly Aeos Energy limit.

Energy Tanks

Energy Boost TankGrants 1000 Aeos Energy and doubles the regular Aeos Energy gained from completing battlesGem x50
Energy Boost Tank (Gain x4)Grants 1000 Aeos Energy and quadruples the regular Aeos Energy gained from completing battlesGem x200
Bonus Energy TankGrants 1000 Bonus EnergyGem x200
Gems Guide - Uses & How To Get

Aeos Energy Exchange & Rewards

Get Cosmetics & Currency

Get Cosmetics & Currency

The rewards you can get from using Aeos Energy on the Energy Exchange system range from in-game currency, Trainer Clothes, Battle Items, and Pokemon Skins, fashion tickets, and more! See a few examples of the rewards below.

Examples Of Energy Rewards

ItemChance Rate
Talonflame Skin: Pilot StyleTalonflame Skin: Pilot Style0.5%
Sailor Set HatSailor Set Hat1%
Pit Crew Set Hair AccessoryPit Crew Set Hair Accessory2%
Jumper (Grey)Jumper (Grey)3%
Jumper (Orange)Jumper (Orange)3%
Aeos CoinsAeos Coins x 32010%
Aeos TicketsAeos Tickets x 2005%
Fashion TicketsFashion Tickets x 203%
Item EnhancerItem Enhancer x 1020%
See The Full List Of Energy Rewards

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