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

Table of Contents

Wigglytuff Overview

Wigglytuff
RoleSupporter
DifficultyIntermediate
Attack TypeSpecial
List Of Playable Pokemon

Stats

Offense 1 Stars (2)
Endurance 2.5 Stars (5)
Mobility2.5 Stars (5)
Scoring2 Stars (4)
Support4.5 Stars (9)
Total25

Evolution

First
JigglypuffJigglypuff
Final
(Lv. 4)
WigglytuffWigglytuff

Wigglytuff Best Builds

Overview Of Builds

※ Click or tap to swap between different builds

Lane
MiddleMiddle
Moves
Lv. 4RolloutRollout
Has the user perform a quick roll, granting it a shield. Also deals damage to any opposing Pokémon hit by the roll and throws them. Hitting an obstacle while rolling will change the direction the user is moving and reset the cooldown of Pound, Double Slap, or Dazzling Gleam.
Cooldown: 10 seconds
Lv. 6Dazzling GleamDazzling Gleam
Emits a powerful flash in the designated direction, dealing damage to opposing Pokémon in the area of effect twice.
Cooldown: 4.5 seconds
Held Items
Float StoneFloat Stone ・Attack +1.6 (+24)
・Movement Speed 0 (+120)
Increases movement speed by 10% when the Pokemon is not in combat.
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.
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.
Battle Item
PotionPotion ・Restore some of your Pokemon's HP
(Cooldown: 30s)

Rollout For Mobility

For solo queue, we recommend going with Rollout, as it will give you the necessary mobility to get in and out of perilous fights. If you're with a coordinated group on voice comms, consider using Sing instead.

Rollout + Dazzling Gleam

Rollout + Dazzling Gleam allows you to get in close and burst down enemy Pokemon. You can use this combo to chase down stragglers or to get into fights.

Get Defense & HP

Although designated as a Support, Wigglytuff boasts a decent amount of HP. Further increase your survivability by equipping Held Items that boost your HP & Defense. The added toughness also helps if you want to initiate ganks using Rollout.

Lane
BottomBottom
Moves
Lv. 4SingSing
Has the user sing, decreasing the movement speed of nearby opposing Pokémon for a short time. Opposing Pokémon that stay in the move's area of effect for a while are put to sleep for a short time, which also decreases their Defense and Sp. Def.
Cooldown: 10 seconds
Lv. 6Dazzling GleamDazzling Gleam
Emits a powerful flash in the designated direction, dealing damage to opposing Pokémon in the area of effect twice.
Cooldown: 4.5 seconds
Held Items
Wise GlassesWise Glasses ・Sp. Atk +10 (+39)
Increases Sp. Atk by 3%
Shell BellShell Bell ・Sp. Atk +1.6 (+24)
・Move Cooldown 0% (-4.5%)
When the Pokemon hits with a move, it recovers a minimum of 45 HP. The higher the Pokemon's Sp. Atk, the more HP it recovers.
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)

CC With Damage

Open your attack with a Dazzling Beam as it has a relatively short cooldown. Immediately after your attack connects, use Sing and enter into the middle of the fray. Use Dazzling Beam again to deal more damage. With this combo, you can whittle down a lot of enemy Pokemon HP.

Must Join In Clashes

This build is most effective in the middle of a fight. Position Wigglytuff somewhere in the middle of the enemy team to try and put everyone to sleep. The goal here is to distract the enemy team enough for your Attackers to eliminate key Pokemon.

Can Use Defense/HP Held Items

If you want more survivability, you can trade the Sp. Attack offered by the suggested Held Items and exchange them for those that offer HP or additional Def. While this can whittle your damage to a degree, they can pump up your stats, keeping you alive during intense encounters.

Which Moveset Do You Recommend?

Best Builds For Each Pokemon

Wigglytuff Counters

Pokemon Wigglytuff Is Strong Against

Pokemon Wigglytuff Is Weak Against

Best Teammates For Wigglytuff

Wigglytuff - Strategy & Walkthrough

Can Go Mid

Can go mid

While Wigglytuff's designation sets it to support either top or bottom lanes, it can be used to go mid instead. This is recommended if you plan on taking Rollout as you can quickly travel to the other lanes. Use Pound to quickly dispatch Wild Pokemon.

Can Act As Lane Support

Alternatively, you can make use of Wigglytuff as a full support by accompanying an Attacker Pokemon in a lane. Make use of either Sing or Rollout to disrupt enemy openings and get as much experience as you can.

Which Lanes to Play Guide

Jigglypuff (Lv 1~) Strategy

Jigglypuff (Lv 1~) Strategy

If you’re following a high damage Pokemon, get Defense Curl for the shield. If following defenders, getting Pound first will provide the damage you need to clear wild Pokemon fast. You can be somewhat aggressive thanks to your decent HP & damage.

Wigglytuff (Lv 4~) Strategy

On level 4, Wigglytuff will need to decide which build to go down with unique playstyles and effects. During this phase, Wigglytuff can start pushing with its allies thanks to its crowd control moves to secure goals. However, damage output can be lacking so remember to stay with your team when pushing.

Use Rollout To Actively Gank

Support other lanes by traveling around using your Rollout. Initiate an attack by hiding in a bush then using Rollout to crash into an enemy Pokemon. Make sure to have your allies around to secure a kill as Wigglytuff's damage may not be enough.

Solo Disrupter Build

This build provides shield, some crowd control and damage so is suitable for overall gameplay. You can disrupt enemy Pokemon and get a shield with Rollout while doing decent damage with . Rollout can also be used to get out of tough situations thanks to its long roll distance.

Solo Disrupter Build
Lv 4: RolloutRolloutHindrance
Start to roll, gaining a shield. Enemies hit take damage and are knocked back. Hitting an obstacle such as a wall will change directions. The cooldowns of Slap, Double Slap, and Dazzling Gleam are reset.
Lv 6: Dazzling GleamDazzling GleamArea
Releases a powerful light in the designated direction, dealing AoE damage to foes twice.

Crowd Control Build (Requires Teammate Cooperation)

Crowd Control Build

This build focus around Sing to cause sleep for the enemy team, essentially isolating them to be handled one by one. However, it requires careful communication with your teammates to take advantage of the momentary stun. Also, you lose a shield and a movement move by opting out of Rollout, making this build somewhat situational.

Crowd Control Build
Lv 4: SingSingArea
Sing a song, reducing movement speed of nearby opponents. If enemies stay in range for a while, they will be put to sleep, lowering their Def and Sp. Def.
Lv 6: Dazzling GleamDazzling Gleam Area
Releases a powerful light in the designated direction, dealing AoE damage to foes twice.

Ganker Build

This build makes use of Rollout to close the gap and Double Slap to damage and slow down enemies. From a bush or unseen location, use Rollout to get in close, then Double Slap enemies to leave them vulnerable to your team's attackers.

Solo Disrupter Build
Lv 4: RolloutRolloutHindrance
Start to roll, gaining a shield. Enemies hit take damage and are knocked back. Hitting an obstacle such as a wall will change directions. The cooldowns of Slap, Double Slap, and Dazzling Gleam are reset.
Lv 6: Double SlapDouble SlapMelee
Has the user perform a combo attack in front of itself, dealing damage to opposing Pokémon and decreasing their movement speed for a short time when the attack hits.

Wigglytuff (Lv 6~) Strategy

Wigglytuff (Lv 6~) Strategy

You may want to start assisting your teammates in other lanes or find the opening to take down Drednaw or Rotom. Note that Wigglytuff lacks the Defense to be able to withstand attacks from these Wild Pokemon, so always ask for help if you're trying to take them down.

Use Sing To Disable Enemies

Wigglytuff's Sing skill disables enemies that are affected by it. You can use this skill to scare away or disable enemies guarding goals. You can also use it during clashes to momentarily stun enemy Pokemon.

Use Dazzling Gleam To Farm

Use Dazzling Gleam to Farm
▲ You can use Dazzling Gleam to quickly clear mobs of Wild Pokemon

Dazzling Gleam can be used to far mobs of Wild Pokemon for experience. It has a relatively short cooldown and can be used multiple times if used in tandem with Rollout.

Wigglytuff (Lv 9~) Strategy

Wigglytuff (Lv 9~) Strategy

Your primary focus at this stage will be to follow the bulk of your teammates for potential late-game clashes with the other team. You can also help defend goals by saving & using you Unite Move as it causes a wide range attack and a shield. Pay attention to the status of Zapdos prevent its capture from the enemy team, using your Unite Move if convenient.

How To Use Starlight Recital

Starlight Recital is a pretty straight forward Unite Move. It grants Wigglytuff and nearby allies shields, removing debuffs and making them immune to status ailments for a short time. This can give you a huge advantage especially when used properly during a large clash!

Solo Disrupter Recommended Combos

Use Dazzling Gleam then Rollout to reset the cooldown for Dazzling Gleam. You may need to pay attention to the location where your Rollout ends if you want to be in range for the Dazzling Gleam.

Recommended Combos
Dazzling GleamRollout → Dazzling Gleam

Crowd Control Build Recommended Combos

Try to get Dazzling Gleam out before using Sing. Then, evaluate the results of Sing to determine your next step. If not a lot of enemy Pokemon were put to sleep, attack as usual. If many of the enemy team were put to sleep, coordinate with the team on which enemy to focus fire on. A rule of thumb is to pause a few seconds after casting sleep to determine how you should proceed.

Recommended Combos
Dazzling GleamSing → Check Sing Results Before Planning Next Step

Wigglytuff Moves & Unite Move

Basic Attack & Passive

Basic Attack
Basic AttackRange: Short
Becomes a boosted attack with every third attack, dealing damage to opposing Pokemon and spinning them around when it hits.
Passive
()Cute Charm
When the Pokémon is hit by an opposing Pokémon's attack at close range, it makes that opposing Pokémon infatuated for a short time. Infatuated opposing Pokémon become enthralled and approach the infatuating Pokémon against their will. The effects of this Ability have a cooldown and cannot trigger on the same opposing Pokémon in quick succession.

Moves

Lv 1 + Lv 3 (Choose Order)
PoundPound Melee
Has the user perform a combo attack in front of itself, dealing damage to opposing Pokémon and decreasing their movement speed for a short time when the attack hits.
Cooldown: 5 seconds
Defense CurlDefense Curl Hindrance
Has the user perform a quick roll, granting it a shield and throwing any opposing Pokémon hit by the roll. Hitting an obstacle while rolling will change the direction the user is moving and reset the cooldown of Pound, Double Slap, or Dazzling Gleam.
Cooldown: 8 seconds
Lv 4 (Choose One)
RolloutRolloutHindrance
Has the user perform a quick roll, granting it a shield. Also deals damage to any opposing Pokémon hit by the roll and throws them. Hitting an obstacle while rolling will change the direction the user is moving and reset the cooldown of Pound, Double Slap, or Dazzling Gleam.
Cooldown: 10 seconds
SingSingArea
Has the user sing, decreasing the movement speed of nearby opposing Pokémon for a short time. Opposing Pokémon that stay in the move's area of effect for a while are put to sleep for a short time, which also decreases their Defense and Sp. Def.
Cooldown: 10 seconds
Lv 6 (Choose One)
Double SlapDouble SlapMelee
Has the user perform a combo attack in front of itself, dealing damage to opposing Pokémon and decreasing their movement speed for a short time when the attack hits.
Cooldown: 5 seconds
Dazzling GleamDazzling GleamArea
Emits a powerful flash in the designated direction, dealing damage to opposing Pokémon in the area of effect twice.
Cooldown: 4.5 seconds

Unite Move

Lv 9
Starlight RecitalStarlight RecitalBuff
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.
Cooldown: seconds
List Of All Moves

Wigglytuff Showcase Video

The above video put out by the Japanese Official Site showcases Wigglytuff's moves in-game.

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