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Greedent is a playable character in Pokemon Unite (Pokemon MOBA). Guide features Greedent's stats, best items, release date, moveset, build, guide, cost & more!

Table of Contents

Ranked Meta Report

Greedent Latest Changes

Greedent Move Changes (November 10)

Move / StatChanges
()Cheek Pouch- HP recovery from eating Berries was reduced by roughly 7%.
CovetCovet- Fixed a bug that enables the use of Belch more often than intended while using Covet. (Basically a nerf.)
Stuff CheeksStuff Cheeks- Shield effect reduced.
Bullet SeedBullet Seed- Damage dealt to opposing Pokemon increased by approximately 36%.
BelchBelch- Increased cooldown from 4 to 5 seconds.
- Damage dealt to opposing Pokemon reduced by approximately 14%.
Berry Belly FlopBerry Belly Flop- The bug that occurred while using the Launch Pad was fixed.

Greedent received a major update on the November 10th Patch that decreased its moves' effect significantly. Although having major nerfs, using Greedent is still effective as a Defender-Type Pokemon.

Patch Notes: Balance Patch
(November 10)

Greedent Release Date

Now Available

Halloween Festival
Release DateOctober 20th, 2021
Release Time08:00 GMT/03:00 EST
Cost8,000 Aeos Coin / 460 Gem / Pumpkin x70

Greedent is now officially part of the Pokemon Unite Roster. As of October 20th, players will be able to purchase this Pokemon for 8000 Coins / 460 Gems (or 70 Pumpkins). It was added alongside a special Halloween-related event!

Halloween Festival Event Guide

Greedent Overview

Greedent
RoleDefender
DifficultyExpert
Attack TypePhysical
Tier RankA
(Full Tier List)
List Of Playable Pokemon

Stats

Offense 1.5 Stars (3)
Endurance 5 Stars (10)
Mobility2 Stars (4)
Scoring1 Stars (2)
Support3.5 Stars (7)
Total26

HP, Defense, & Sp. Defense

※ Listed stat values are at level 15

HPDEFSP DEF
9099433360

Evolution

First
SkwovetSkwovet
Final
(Lv. 5)
GreedentGreedent

Greedent Best Builds

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Overview Of Builds

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Lane
TopTop
Moves
Lv. 5Stuff CheeksStuff Cheeks
Has the user drop several Berries, which can be eaten to recover HP. Any HP recovered that exceeds the user's max HP will be converted to a shield effect. If the user catches sight of a Berry while using this move, its movement speed is increased for a short time.
Cooldown: 8 seconds
Lv. 7BelchBelch
Deals damage to opposing Pokemon in the area of effect and decreases their movement speed for a short time. If the user has any Berries stashed in its tail at this time, it consumes all of them. The more Berries the user had stashed away, the more this move's cooldown is reduced.
Cooldown: 5 seconds
Held Items
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.
Muscle BandMuscle Band ・Atk +1 (+15)
・Basic Atk Speed +0% (+7.5%)
When basic attacks hit, the damage is increased by 1% of the opposing Pokemon's remaining HP.
Buddy BarrierBuddy Barrier ・HP +20 (+600)
When the Pokemon uses its Unite Move, that Pokemon and the nearby ally Pokemon with the lowest HP are each granted a shield equal to 20% of their max HP.
Battle Item
Eject ButtonEject Button ・Quickly moves your Pokemon in the designated location.
(Cooldown: 70s)

Stuff Cheeks & Belch For The Whole Package

This build gives you the whole package of damage, HP recovery, shield, buffs, and enemy debuffs - making you quite the tank indeed! You won't need to worry too much about your HP levels running too low thanks to Stuff Cheeks as it either recovers your HP or gives you a shield if your HP is already maxed out. Head to the frontlines to cover your allies, hit enemies in range with Belch to damage them and slow them down, and then quickly use Stuff Cheeks when your HP runs low. You'll notice that this combo makes you quite the hard nut to crack! Work together with another ally as you defend and attack, and you'll get yourself some really quick enemy KO's.

Maximize Offensive & Defensive Potential

Aim to maximize Greedent's offense and defense by choosing Focus Band and Muscle Band to ensure that you can both survive an onslaught and also have the capacity to KO enemies even when alone. You can also consider swapping Muscle Band with Razor Claw because you'll be using your moves quite often and will benefit a lot from the post-move basic attack damage boost. Last but not the least, equip Buddy Barrier to aid your team with shields whenever you use your ult.

Lane
TopTop
Moves
Lv. 5CovetCovet
Has the user run with all its might, dealing damage to opposing Pokemon it hits and throwing them. While running, the user drops Berries from its body. If the user eats a dropped Berry, its movement speed is increased for a short time. The more Berries the user eats, the more its movement speed is increased. In addition, Belch or Bullet Seed can also be used while the user is running.
Cooldown: 9 seconds
Lv. 7Bullet SeedBullet Seed
Has the user spit Berry seeds in the designated direction, dealing damage to opposing Pokemon in the area of effect and decreasing their movement speed for a short time. The more Berries the user had stashed away, the more damage this move deals.
Cooldown: 5 seconds
Held Items
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.
Buddy BarrierBuddy Barrier ・HP +20 (+600)
When the Pokemon uses its Unite Move, that Pokemon and the nearby ally Pokemon with the lowest HP are each granted a shield equal to 20% of their max HP.
Battle Item
Eject ButtonEject Button ・Quickly moves your Pokemon in the designated location.
(Cooldown: 70s)

Covet & Bullet Seed For Synergistic Crowd Control

Using these two moves together has a synergistic effect: Covet has you run into enemies to damage them while dropping Berries, and Bullet Seed deals more damage the more Berries there are - making your attacks stronger as both moves progress. In addition, Covet lets you use Bullet Seed as you run around knocking enemies, which means you can double the damage you deal as you use both moves at once. With the shoving effect of Covet and the slowing effect of Bullet Speed, this build has the potential for crowd control and preventing enemies from reaching their objectives.

Pack On The Defensive Items

This build won't have the HP recovery that Stuff Cheeks offers, so make sure you compensate for that with more defensive items to give yourself more padding. While Focus Band is a given, consider pairing this with Rocky Helmet to maximize the effect of going head-to-head with several enemies at once whenever you use Covet. Then equip Buddy Barrier to give you and your allies that needed shield for key battles.

Lane
MiddleMiddle
Moves
Lv. 5CovetCovet
Has the user run with all its might, dealing damage to opposing Pokemon it hits and throwing them. While running, the user drops Berries from its body. If the user eats a dropped Berry, its movement speed is increased for a short time. The more Berries the user eats, the more its movement speed is increased. In addition, Belch or Bullet Seed can also be used while the user is running.
Cooldown: 9 seconds
Lv. 7BelchBelch
Deals damage to opposing Pokemon in the area of effect and decreases their movement speed for a short time. If the user has any Berries stashed in its tail at this time, it consumes all of them. The more Berries the user had stashed away, the more this move's cooldown is reduced.
Cooldown: 5 seconds
Held Items
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.
Muscle BandMuscle Band ・Atk +1 (+15)
・Basic Atk Speed +0% (+7.5%)
When basic attacks hit, the damage is increased by 1% of the opposing Pokemon's remaining HP.
Buddy BarrierBuddy Barrier ・HP +20 (+600)
When the Pokemon uses its Unite Move, that Pokemon and the nearby ally Pokemon with the lowest HP are each granted a shield equal to 20% of their max HP.
Battle Item
Fluffy TailFluffy Tail ・Leaves wild Pokemon unable to act for a short time and also increases damage dealt to those Pokemon.
(Cooldown: 25s)

Reach Level 7 ASAP

This build runs Greedent in the jungle, and has one main purpose in mind: reaching level 7 as quickly as possible. At this point you'll get access to Belch, which will dramatically increase your damage potential.

Use Belch After Your Unite Move

The most powerful combo Greedent has at its disposal is spamming Belch during its Unite Move! For 9 seconds after using your Unite Move, your other moves will have no cooldown! This will let you deal massive damage with Belch spam.

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Greedent - Basics & Advanced Tips

Greedent Basic Mechanics

This section has basic tips and tricks that you must know to effectively control Greedent. Treat this as a supplement to the Beginner's Guide.

Basics
Try to level up by assisting allies
・Your main power spike is at levels 5 and 7, when you can learn your new abilities. Until then, leveling up will be the most important thing. If you're not middle, you may want to let your lanemate get the last hits, however!
・You can also use EXP. Share to gain more EXP when assisting allies if you're playing Top or Bot
▶ How To Level Up Fast
Use Tackle to score last hits early
・Use Tackle to get last hits on Wild Pokemon in lane. It can be tempting to harass your foes, but it can often be better to focus on getting exp instead.
・Use Defense Curl to protect yourself as you charge in to get the last hit.
Defend your Goal during the early stage
・Greedent is a good Goal Keeper, especially when it learns Defense Curl, as it gives the user a shield while dropping berries to heal HP. Don't be afraid to chase enemies away by attacking them with Tackle while you defend.
・Stand on your goal to benefit from the healing!
▶ How To Block A Goal

Greedent Advanced Mechanics

This section is for those looking to up their play with Greedent. Treat this as a supplement to the Advanced Players Guide.

Advanced
Learn Covet for faster mobility
・Covet is a good move that deals damage to and stuns opponents while running. It also drop berries from Greedent's body, which increase its movement speed.
・You can use Belch (or Bullet Seed) while the move is in effect, making this a perfect move for chasing down enemies or escaping them when you are outnumbered.
・Stuff Cheeks will provide you with more healing, but you'll lose a lot of damage in doing so.
Learn Belch to maximize damage
・After using your Unite Move, you’ll be able to use one of your two abilities repeatedly with no CD. Belch has a much shorter attack time, letting you get in more attacks and making it easier to last hit wild Pokemon - we strongly recommend you pick Belch over Bullet Seed.
Use Unite Move during teamfights
・Greedent's Unite Move deals damage within an area, this can be used during teamfights, especially when contesting Boss Pokemon.
・Using this will allow you to spam Belch, dealing massive damage. Make sure you have this for every Drednaw fight, and especially the final Zapdos fight!
▶ Zapdos Guide - Spawn Location & Strategy

Greedent Strategy Guide

Greedent Strengths & Weaknesses

Strengths
Even at full HP, Greedent can pick up Yellow Berries and add them to its Berry stack. You can use this to steal Yellow Berries from the opposing side to deprive them of a quick source of healing.
Greedent can outpace enemies with its increased mobility from moves like Tackle and Covet. During team fights, maximize Covet's effect by running around in circles on the enemy team to provide constant stuns. You can also maneuver its Bullet Seed in any direction even while casting.
Greedent's Belch is very powerful when used after its Unite Move. This is a game-changer in team fights, especially against Zapdos and Drednaw.
Weaknesses
Keep in mind where you want to put berries on the map. Enemies can pick them up and restore their HP. Placement is crucial to avoid opponents from taking advantage of its effects.
Pokemon with higher damage output and movement like Garchomp can counter Greedent's playstyle. Also, Pokemon that can self-heal quickly can prolong its fights against Greedent, who mainly relies on its berries to recover HP.
Greedent relies heavily on berries. Without it, you won't be able to heal and get buffs. Enemies can use this and prevent Greedent from claiming its berries, making it vulnerable in battle.

Recommended Lanes

The number of ★ shows the level on a particular route area.

LaneRoute Details
TopTop Recommendation level: ★★★
The top is less likely to encounter fights with the opposing team than the bottom lane. Skwovet can safely farm EXP to reach its power spike at level 4 and evolve to Greedent.
MiddleMiddleRecommendation level: ★★★
It is the most recommended route as it is the most secure area to farm. Team fights don't usually occur in this area so you can focus on farming experience that by the time the first Drednaw battle occurs, Greedent will almost certainly reach level 7 and unlock its movesets.
BottomBottomRecommendation level: ★★ ・
Since the lower route has Drednaw, team battles are more likely to be more intense and frequent than the upper route. It is not recommended that Skwovet be in charge of this lane as it has a slightly lower fighting ability during the early stages.
Which Lanes To Play Guide

Skwovet (Lv 1~) Strategy

Pick Tackle First

Although Defense Curl is a good defensive move, we recommend that you prioritize going offensive with Tackle first so you can KO Wild Pokemon quickly - a very important thing to consider at the earlier stages of the game. Aside from this, it also can deal damage to several Pokemon at once, so utilize this when targeting Pokemon that are lined up.

Low Attack At The Outset - Stick With Friends

You shouldn't struggle taking out Pokemon from Mid to Late Game, but you will find that your attacks are on the weaker side at the start. Avoid straight 1 on 1 fights with Pokemon & stick with your teammates so they can deal with the attacks while you defend them.

A Great Goal Keeper With Defense Curl

As a Defender, you'll be one of the primary goalkeepers of your team. Defense Curl makes this task even easier for you as you're granted a shield with this move and also drops a berry which you may consume later for HP recovery. Don't be afraid to chase enemies away by attacking them with Tackle while you defend.

Greedent (Lv 5~) Strategy

Moves Get More Dynamic From Lv5 Onward

Once you evolve to Greedent, you'll get two interesting move choices: either Stuff Cheeks or Covet. While both increase your speed, the former either recover your HP or gives you a shield if your HP is maxed out, while the latter deals damage and throws enemies. Your choice will shape the kind of role you'll be playing from here on out, so choose based on whether you want to go defensive be a tough nut to crack with Stuff Cheeks, or if you'd rather do more crowd control with Covet.

Adapt Your Build To Your Attack Style

At level 7 you'll get a choice between two offensive moves: Bullet Seed and Belch. Bullet Seed deals more damage the more Berries you have and decreases the speed of your enemies. Note that you'll have to keep hitting the R button to deal the next successive shots. Belch deals damage in one go and slows down opponents with the added bonus of a quicker cooldown the more Berries you have. Both are great options, so choose based on your attack style and preferences.

Bullet Seed
Lv 7: Bullet SeedBullet Seed
Has the user spit Berry seeds in the designated direction, dealing damage to opposing Pokemon in the area of effect and decreasing their movement speed for a short time. The more Berries the user had stashed away, the more damage this move deals.
Belch
Lv 7: BelchBelch
Deals damage to opposing Pokemon in the area of effect and decreases their movement speed for a short time. If the user has any Berries stashed in its tail at this time, it consumes all of them. The more Berries the user had stashed away, the more this move's cooldown is reduced.

Mind Your Berry Gauge

Both of your level 7 options will in some way be affected by the number of Berries you have stocked up. You'll want to make sure you're managing them carefully to maximize Bullet Seed's damage and Belch's cooldown reduction!

Greedent (Lv 7~) Strategy

Belch + Stuff Cheeks Build

Recommended Combo
BelchStuff Cheeks

Start with Belch to deal damage to the enemies in front of you and to slow their movement speed down. Follow up with Stuff Cheeks to restore the HP that you might have lost, get a shield if your HP gets maxed out, and increase your speed - which could come in handy in escaping if you find yourself in a pinch!

Covet + Bullet Seed Build

Recommended Combo
CovetBullet Seed

These two moves work great together as Covet has you run into enemies to damage them while dropping Berries, and Bullet Seed deals more damage the more Berries there are - making your attacks stronger as both moves progress. Start the combo with Covet and guide your movements to keep hitting enemies around you, then quickly follow up with several Bullet Seed shots while running around with Covet to double the damage you deal.

NoteThis build doesn't run Stuff Cheeks which means you'll be extra vulnerable after charging in without the HP restore. Consider saving your Eject Button for a quick escape.

Covet + Belch Build

Recommended Combo
CovetBelch

Bullet Seed & Covet can be a great combo as you can chase your opponents with Covet & run them over to stun your enemies for a while. Follow this quickly with Belch to deal more damage while slowing them down - which can help both you and your teammates in a teamfight.

Unite Move: Berry Belly Flop

Greedent's Unite Move, Berry Belly Flop is a great move to utilize in a pinch as it restores HP and lets you deal damage to a large area - damaging and throwing potentially several enemies at once. After that, the cooldown of all your moves is reset - giving you an advantage over your foes. This ult can easily turn the tables in a heated battle, so use it wisely!

Greedent - Timing Specific Guide

What To Do At Every Stage Of The Game

This section will teach you which specific Wild Pokemon to take out in what order, as well as exactly what to do at various stages of the game. Note that this is intended specifically for a Mid lane Greedent build!

10:00~8:50

If the middle lane is a desert, the locations of ③ and ④ are switched.

▶ Remoat Stadium Guide

Mid Lane Sequence 1
Target Level5
Tasks ① Learn Tackle
② Defeat Lillipup
③ Defeat Ludicolo
④ Defeat Bouffalant
⑤ Defeat Corpish
⑥ Go to the Bottom Lane

When going middle, you'll want to get Tackle first so you can jump over the wall to reach Lillipup. You can also use Fluffy Tail to help take out Ludicolo, thereby increasing your clear speed.

8:50~7:00

If the middle lane is a desert, the locations of ③ and ④ are switched.

▶Remoat Stadium Guide

Mid Lane Sequence 2
Target Level7
Tasks ① Defeat Combee & Vespiquen
② Return to base
③ Defeat Ludicolo when it respawns
④ Defeat Bouffalant when it respawns
⑤ Defeat Corpish when they respawn
⑥ Go to the Bottom Lane again

When fighting over Combee & Vespiquen, try to distract your opponents by attacking them. However, since you still won't have Belch yet, don't try to chase them.

7:00 First Drednaw Fight.

Target Level9
Tasks ① Defeat Wild Pokemon while preventing opponents from getting last hits
② Aim for the last hit with Belch
③ Collect Berries to restore HP when using Covet
④ Use Unite Move + spam Belch to KO opponents & Drednaw

Greedent's Belch is strong & has no cooldown when used after its Unite Move. This is excellent in teamfights, and especially a game-changer vs Zapdos and Drednaw. Do your best try to level up as soon as possible to obtain the Unite Move.

7:00 After First Drednaw Fight (Before the Final Stretch)

Target Level9 +
Tasks ① Charge your Unite Move by defeating Wild Pokemon/enemy Pokemon
② Aim for the last hit with Belch
③ Collect Berries to restore HP when using Covet
④ Use Unite Move + spam Belch to KO opponents & Rotom/Drednaw.

Greedent's Unite Move has a cooldown of 105 seconds - you'll want to have this up at every major objective, such as Rotom or Drednaw. Once you use this move, your goal will be to charge it up as fast as possible before the next big objective teamfight. Do this by defeating Wild Pokemon!

2:00 Final Stretch (Zapdos Fight)

Tasks ① Defeat opposing Pokemon while protecting your allies.
② Aim for the last hit with Belch
③ Collect Berries to restore HP when using Covet
④ Use Unite Move + spam Belch to KO opponents & Zapdos.

Try to check the map first before capturing Zapdos to see if opponents are gathering in the center. Try to capture Zapdos faster by Using Unite Move + Belch repeatedly if there's no opponents present in the central area yet. If the enemy has already assembled, however, you should of course prioritize the teamfight.

Greedent Counters

Pokemon Greedent Is Weak Against

How To Play Against Greedent

・ Attempt to bully it at the earlier stages while it's still Skwovet. Keep it at low exp for the first Drednaw fight.
・ Greedent can be a tough nut to crack when it has Stuff Cheeks in tow, so avoid engaging it and just focus on getting your objective.
・ Don't stack during teamfights - assume it always has its Belch + Unite Move combo up its sleeves.
・Always keep a safe distance if possible.
・Try to separate it from its dropped berries to prevent the buffs it gets from them

Best Matchups For Greedent

Pokemon Greedent Is Strong Against

Best Teammates For Greedent

Greedent 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 and causing one Berry to drom from the user's tail.
Passive
()Cheek Pouch
When the Pokemon eats a Berry, it also recovers HP after receiving the original effects of the Berry. At the same time, it stealthily stashes another Berry in its tail. Being hit by a single attack or combination of attacks will cause a Berry to drop from the Pokemon's tail.

Level 1 or 3 Moves (Choose Order)

TackleTackle Dash
Has the user leap to the designated area, dealing damage to opposing Pokemon in the area of effect and decreasing their movement speed for a short time. If this move is used while Covet is active, no area can be designated for the user to leap to. Instead, while the user is running, damage is dealt in an area of opposing Pokemon in front of it. If the user has any Berries stashed in its tail all this time, it consumes all of them. The more Berries the user had stashed away, the more this move's cooldown is reduced.
Cooldown: 6 seconds
Damage: 521

Detailed Move Damage

These are the actual damages of this move without any Held Items equipped.

LvDamage
1481
2501
3521
4542
5582
6605
Defense CurlDefense Curl Buff
Grants the user a shield for a short time. In addition, a Berry will drop in front of the user.
Cooldown: 8 seconds
Damage: 0

Level 5 Moves (Choose One)

Stuff CheeksStuff CheeksBuff
Has the user drop several Berries, which can be eaten to recover HP. Any HP recovered that exceeds the user's max HP will be converted to a shield effect. If the user catches sight of a Berry while using this move, its movement speed is increased for a short time.
Cooldown: 8 seconds
Damage: 0
CovetCovetHindrance
Has the user run with all its might, dealing damage to opposing Pokemon it hits and throwing them. While running, the user drops Berries from its body. If the user eats a dropped Berry, its movement speed is increased for a short time. The more Berries the user eats, the more its movement speed is increased. In addition, Belch or Bullet Seed can also be used while the user is running.
Cooldown: 9 seconds
Damage: 456 per hit

Detailed Move Damage

These are the actual damages of this move without any Held Items equipped.

LvDamage
5300
6308
7316
8324
9334
10344
11398
12411
13425
14440
15456

Level 7 Moves (Choose One)

Bullet SeedBullet SeedRanged
Has the user spit Berry seeds in the designated direction, dealing damage to opposing Pokemon in the area of effect and decreasing their movement speed for a short time. The more Berries the user had stashed away, the more damage this move deals.
Cooldown: 5 seconds
Damage: 513 per hit

Detailed Move Damage

These are the actual damages of this move without any Held Items equipped.

LvDamage
7154
8160
9167
10174
11181
12189
13212
14221
15232
BelchBelchRanged
Deals damage to opposing Pokemon in the area of effect and decreases their movement speed for a short time. If the user has any Berries stashed in its tail at this time, it consumes all of them. The more Berries the user had stashed away, the more this move's cooldown is reduced.
Cooldown: 5 seconds
Damage: 2225

Detailed Move Damage

These are the actual damages of this move without any Held Items equipped.

LvDamage
71300
81349
91400
101454
111512
121573
131758
141834
151916

Unite Move (Level 9)

Berry Belly FlopBerry Belly FlopArea
Has the user eat a Berry to recover HP and then leap to the designated area, dealing damage to opposing Pokemon in the area of effect and throwing them. The user then eats a special Berry, allowing it to stash an unlimited amount of Berries in its tail for a short time and resetting the cooldown of all its moves.
Cooldown: 1 seconds
Damage: 2189

Detailed Move Damage

These are the actual damages of this move without any Held Items equipped.

LvTotal Damage
9928
10997
111076
121168
131271
141390
151526
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greedent weak against whom?

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