Practice your Pokemon's move and skills in Pokemon Unite's Practice Mode (Training Mode). Know how to set up the practice area, Practice Dummy settings and how to quit practice.
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What Is Practice Mode?
Test Out Your Pokemon
Practice Mode is where you can explore and try out Pokemon to see their skills and moves inside the arena map itself. You can configure it with various settings to streamline your training. You can easily access it from Trainer Level 1 via the "Pokemon" menu.
Involves Only 1 Opponent
Practice mode is only 1v1 and you can only spawn a single enemy Pokemon for practice. This can be severely limiting as you cannot practice area of effect moves or try out combos involving multiple enemies.
Try Locked Pokemon
The Practice Mode is also a good place to try out locked Pokemon. Simply select the locked Pokemon that you want to try out in the Pokemon menu, then select "Practice Area". This is a good way to check a Pokemon before you purchase it with your Aeos Coins or Aeos Gems!
No Allies To Test With
One of the limits of the Practice Mode is its lack of allies to test on. You cannot test allied buff skills or healing abilities here as the Practice Dummy is considered an enemy. If you want to test your Pokemon's healing or buffing moves, the only way to do so is to test them in a match.
Know The Map
You can also use Practice Mode to fully explore the arena. Make use of this to find out possible ambush spots, escape routes, and choke points. You can also test if your Pokemon's moves can help you cross certain obstacles.Arena Map Guide
Learn To Get More XP
In Practice Mode, Wild Pokemon are present and you can farm them for XP. Make good use of this to practice possible routes or combinations to maximize your initial XP gain during a match.How To Level Up Fast Guide
Practice Mode - How To Access & Settings
How To Access Practice Mode
|From the main menu, select "Pokemon"
|Select any Pokemon
|Choose "Practice Area"
|Select the Pokemon that you want to use and configure its Held Items and Battle Item
* You can use Pokemon without licenses
|Select your opponent's Pokemon. You can also set its equipment
|After finalizing your opponent's loadout, the practice game will automatically start
Test Your Held Items
Remember to equip and try out different combinations of Held Items when using Practice Mode. You can also equip enemy Pokemon with Held Items to test out possible counters to them.Best Held Items For Each Pokemon
Practice Mode Settings
|Increases your Pokemon's level by 1
|Renders your Pokemon immune from any damage
|Completely removes the cooldown times of your moves
|Increases the enemy Pokemon's level by 1
|Renders the enemy Pokemon invincible from any attacks
|Enables or disables the enemy from attacking you or any Wild Pokemon
|Enables or removes all Wild Pokemon in the Practice Area
|The player can choose the kind of info displayed by the Substitute Doll
You Cannot Change Pokemon
Unfortunately, you cannot change your Pokemon while in the Practice Area. You have to quit first then restart the match with a different Pokemon to change.All Pokemon List
Moves Are Locked
Selecting a move locks it for the rest of the training. Similar to changing Pokemon, you have to leave and restart Practice Mode to choose new moves to play with.All Moves List
How To Quit Practice Mode
Quit Using The Settings Menu
You can quit Practice Mode by accessing the Settings menu in-game and then pressing "X" to "Leave Battle". Note that anything done while in the practice arena will not be carried over to your personal stats.
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