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Zeraora is a playable character in Pokemon Unite (Pokemon MOBA). Guide includes Zeraora's stats, how to get moves, unite moves, build in Pokemon Unite!

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List Of Playable Pokemon

How To Get Zeraora

Get Zeraora For Free

Zeraora
Event DurationPlay before August 31st

Zeraora was confirmed to be coming along with the launch of Unite on July 21st. Zeraora can be obtained for free simply by playing the game at any point before August 31st!

Detailed Process

1. Check Your "Mail"

Open your Mail

From the Main Screen, press X to open the menu. From there, scroll down and select "Mail".

2. Select "Launch Bonus" Mail

Launch Bonus

In your Mail, you can find a message with the title "Launch Bonus". Select that message to get Zeraora. Once you're done, you can now use Zeraora in Pokemon Unite battles!

Zeraora Overview

Zeraora
RoleSpeedster
DifficultyExpert
Attack TypePhysical

Stats

Offense 3.5 Stars (7)
Endurance 1.5 Stars (3)
Mobility4 Stars (8)
Scoring3 Stars (6)
Support0.5 Stars (1)
Total25

Evolution

Final Form
(Does not evolve)
ZeraoraZeraora

Zeraora Best Builds

Recommended Zeraora Build

Lane
MiddleMiddle
Moves
Lv. 6SparkSpark
Has the user leap at an opposing Pokemon while electricity charged, dealing damage to them. If the user uses its basic attack before reaching it's target Pokemon, the user will instead leap at the closest opposing Pokemon dealing damage to it. This move can be used three times before it goes on cooldown.
Cooldown: 10 seconds
Lv. 8DischargeDischarge
Releases an electrical discharge, dealing damage to nearby opposing Pokemon and granting the user a shield when it hits. If this move hits opposing Pokemon that are paralyzed, it pulls them in towards the user once the move ends, dealing damage to them once again and leaving them unable to act.
Cooldown: 12 seconds
Held Items
Muscle BandMuscle Band ・Atk +1 (+15)
・Basic Atk Speed +0% (+7.5%)
On basic attacks, deals additional damage equal to 1% of the opponent's remaining HP.
Float StoneFloat Stone ・Attack +1.6 (+24)
・Movement Speed 0 (+120)
Gain 10% movement speed outside of combat.
Scope LensScope Lens ・Critical-Hit Rate +0.4% (+6%)
・Critical-Hit Damage 0% (+12%)
Deal increased damage with basic attack critical hits. The higher your attack, the more the bonus damage increases.
Battle Item
Eject ButtonEject Button ・Quickly moves your Pokemon in the designated location.
(Cooldown: 55s)

Spark + Discharge For Ease In Battle

Spark, a move that Zeraora learns at level 6, has a long range and can be used up to 3 times in a row. This gives you the ability to ambush an opponent from a distance, or keep attacking an enemy that attempts to run away.

Discharge is a powerful, easy-to-use AoE move learned at level 8. Not only does it excel in damaging opponents, but it also grants a shield while further inflicting damage on those that are paralyzed in the vicinity. Note that Zeraora's third Basic Attack can paralyze enemies, so aim for a combo to maximize this move's effect.

Make Sure To Equip Muscle Band

Given that Zeraora's moves all scale with Attack, the Muscle Band is a great choice in terms of an item. You'll improve your auto-attack and move damage substantially by doing so.

How To Play Zeraora - Strategy & Walkthrough

Going Middle Lane Is Recommended

middle lane

Zeraora plays well when used in the middle lane. Although the middle lane has fewer Wild Pokemon in it, it does have a lot of obstacles. With Agility, Zeraora can easily move through these obstacles to hunt Wild Pokemon from other lanes. With enough levels, you can use Zeraora to go around the map to gank enemy Pokemon with your team.

Early Game (Lv 1~) Strategy

Pick Slash First

For your Level 1 skill, choose Slash. Choosing Agility grants Zeraora great mobility but unfortunately no sure way to deal damage. Use Slash to farm during the early stages and use it to take down Wild Pokemon.

Roam The Map Once You Reach Lv 5

Zeraora finds great use during the early to middle parts of a match. Once you reach Level 5, hunt down enemy Pokemon to hinder their progress. Use bushes and walls to hide your presence and coordinate attacks with your teammates.

Mid Game (Lv 6~) Strategy

Choose Volt Switch Or Spark

Lv 6 (Choose One)
Volt SwitchVolt SwitchDash
Has the user perform a high-speed dash, dealing damage to any opposing Pokemon it hits and increasing the user's basiic attack speed for a short time. Using this move within a set period of time will allow the user to immediately dash back to where it originally used the move.
Cooldown: 8 seconds
SparkSparkDash
Has the user leap at an opposing Pokemon while electricity charged, dealing damage to them. If the user uses its basic attack before reaching it's target Pokemon, the user will instead leap at the closest opposing Pokemon dealing damage to it. This move can be used three times before it goes on cooldown.
Cooldown: 8.5 seconds

Upon reaching Level 6, you will be given a choice to either get Spark or Volt Switch. While highly dependent on the situation, if you want to improve your chances of initiating and winning team battles, it'd be best to get Spark. Spark can deal damage 3 times, allowing you to deal a large amount of damage in an instant.

Always Join Or Initiate Team Battles

Unfortunately, the Zeraora's explosive power wanes during the latter stages of a match. Take advantage of your initial lead and use it to initiate or ambush enemies with your teammates. Try to prevent your enemies from gaining enough levels by keeping on the pressure!

Late Game (Lv 8~) Strategy

Choose Discharge Or Wild Charge

Lv 8 (Choose One)
DischargeDischargeMelee
Releases an electrical discharge, dealing damage to nearby opposing Pokemon and granting the user a shield when it hits. If this move hits opposing Pokemon that are paralyzed, it pulls them in towards the user once the move ends, dealing damage to them once again and leaving them unable to act.
Cooldown: 12 seconds
Wild ChargeWild ChargeMelee
Has the user charge in the designated direction. If this move hits an opposing Pokemon, the user unleashes a combo attack that also deals a set amount of damage to itself. If the user hits an opposing Pokemon with Volt Switch, Spark, or a boosted attack before using this move, the number of attacks in this combo is increased.
Cooldown: 12 seconds

If the enemy team tends to group together during fights, getting Discharge is highly recommended. In order to maximize Discharge's potential, you must paralyze an enemy Pokemon with your normal attack's third strike in order to inflict paralysis. Even if you fail to paralyze, Discharge can still inflict a large amount of damage when used and timed well.

Spark + Discharge Build

This high-powered combo is great for almost any situation and can rival any Attacker combo with the way it deals damage. Start with Spark to leap at your target to attack. Then, follow up with Discharge to deal damage to not only the Pokemon you initially attacked, but also all other enemy Pokemon around that may have ganged up on you. This move is particularly great as it can paralyze your opponent at the end of the move - making it so much easier to KO them without breaking a sweat.

Recommended Combo
SparkDischarge

Volt Switch + Wild Charge Build

Although this build isn't as explosive as the Spark/Discharge one, you'll be able to maximize your mobility as both moves involve dashing and charging toward the designated direction. We recommend using Volt Switch first to begin your combo and then follow up with Wild Charge as this maximizes the number of attacks dealt with this combo.

Recommended Combo
Volt SwitchWild Charge

Zeraora Moves & Unite Move

Basic Attack & Passive

Basic Attack
Basic AttackRange: Short
Becomes a boosted attack with every third attack, dealing increased damage when it hits. Also paralyzes opposing Pokemon and restores the user's HP.
Passive
()Volt Absorb
The Pokemon gains an electric charge whenever it receives damage, converting a portion of that damage into additional Attack.

Moves

Lv 1 + Lv 3 (Choose Order)
AgilityAgility Dash
Has the user perform a quick dash and increases the user's basic attack speed for a short time afterward.
Cooldown: 6 seconds
SlashSlash Melee
Has the user pounce at an opposing Pokemon and attack with sharp claws. This move's final attack throws opposing Pokemon.
Cooldown: 8.5 seconds
Lv 6 (Choose One)
Volt SwitchVolt SwitchDash
Has the user perform a high-speed dash, dealing damage to any opposing Pokemon it hits and increasing the user's basiic attack speed for a short time. Using this move within a set period of time will allow the user to immediately dash back to where it originally used the move.
Cooldown: 8 seconds
SparkSparkDash
Has the user leap at an opposing Pokemon while electricity charged, dealing damage to them. If the user uses its basic attack before reaching it's target Pokemon, the user will instead leap at the closest opposing Pokemon dealing damage to it. This move can be used three times before it goes on cooldown.
Cooldown: 10 seconds
Lv 8 (Choose One)
DischargeDischargeMelee
Releases an electrical discharge, dealing damage to nearby opposing Pokemon and granting the user a shield when it hits. If this move hits opposing Pokemon that are paralyzed, it pulls them in towards the user once the move ends, dealing damage to them once again and leaving them unable to act.
Cooldown: 12 seconds
Wild ChargeWild ChargeMelee
Has the user charge in the designated direction. If this move hits an opposing Pokemon, the user unleashes a combo attack that also deals a set amount of damage to itself. If the user hits an opposing Pokemon with Volt Switch, Spark, or a boosted attack before using this move, the number of attacks in this combo is increased.
Cooldown: 12 seconds

Unite Move

Lv 9
Plasma GalePlasma GaleSure Hit
Unleashes a blast of lightning, dealing damage to opposing Pokemon in the area of 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.
Cooldown: seconds

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