Check out this goals guide in Pokemon Unite (Pokemon MOBA). The guide includes what Goal Zones are, how to block a goal, tips, buff & debuffs of a Goal Zone, and more!
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▶︎ Scoring Guide - How To Score Points
What Are Goal Zones?
Places To Score Points
Goal Zones are effectively structures that you need to defend at all costs. These zones are where you can earn points for your team based on how much Aeos energy you're carrying. One of your main goals will be to destroy the enemy team's goals while increasing your score.Scoring Guide - How To Score Points
Goal Zones Can Heal You
Your goal zone will provide you with a shield and heal you if you stand on it. Each Goal Zone will heal your Pokemon by 600 HP when standing in the Goal Zone near the base, 400 HP in the middle Goal Zone, and 200 HP in the farthest Goal Zone. Always use it to your advantage if you are running low on health or trying to escape your pursuers.
|Goal Location||Recovered HP|
|Closest To Center Of Map||200|
|Closest To Base||600|
Goal Zones Heal The Same HP Even If Damaged
Goal Zones always heal the same amount regardless of the goal's HP becomes (1/80 will still heal for 200 HP & still grants a shield). You can defend it despite the damage it took from opposing Pokemon.
Destroying A Goal Zone Takes A Number Of Points
To destroy an enemy Goal Zone you'll need to score a specific number of points! This number varies for the different goals on the map. Note that the goal closest to your spawn location cannot be destroyed.
|Goal Location||Minimum Required Points|
|Closest To Center Of Map||80 Points|
|Middle Goal||100 Points|
|Closest To Base||N/A|
Berries Despawn When A Goal Zone Is Destroyed
When a Goal Zone is destroyed, the Berries behind it also disappear. Take note to always defend your Goal Zones so you'll have a supply of berries waiting for you if you are in trouble.
Passing Enemy Goal Zone Debuffs Speed
Passing through to other side of an enemy Goal Zone also decreases your movement speed. Your Pokemon will be enveloped in an aura and have a pink eye icon above its head. Avoid doing this, as you'll be a sitting duck.
How To Block A Goal
How To Defend/Block Enemies From Scoring
If an enemy is attempting to score a goal on your Goal Zone, you'll need to attack them so block them from scoring! Don't let a goal go off uninterrupted!
Watch Out For The Last 2 Minutes
Once you've reached the 2-minute mark, all points will be doubled. Though everything will depend on the outcome of the Zapdos fight, it's a good idea to watch out for enemy speedsters that might try to sneak in at the last second and score.
Don't Fight Defender Pokemon On A Goal
Defender Type Pokemon are hard to remove from a goal zone, as the shield and regeneration it provides can make them super tanky. In general it's best to avoid fighting on a goal, but especially so when you spot one of the Pokemon listed below on it:All Defender List
Crowd Control & Range Can Be Good For Defending
Pokemon with crowd control or ranged attacks are well-suited for defending these, as they can keep their distance from the enemy or just disable them long enough for allies to join in. Attackers, if careful not to get dove, are good at this as well.
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