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Pokemon Boost Emblems is a new feature in Pokemon Unite. This guide includes a Best Boost Emblems, how to get them, drop rate, their effects and uses, plus learn how to equip!

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Recommended Pokemon Boost Emblems

Recommended For Physical Attackers

Pokemon Boost Emblems
CharmaleonEkans ArbokSandslash

Attackers does not make use of Special Attacks and rather utilize Physical Atk to do damage, so Sandslash and Machamp Emblems are highly recommended.

The best color combinations to configure in the custom loadout for Attackers are 4 Brown Emblems to get +2% Attack, 3 Red Emblems to increase basic attack speed to +2% and 3 Black Emblems to reduce the move cooldown to 2%.

Special Attack and Attack Differences

Recommended For Special Attackers

Pokemon Boost Emblems
Arbok GolbatVileplumeVenomoth

Most of the special attack type Pokemon are skill-based, so it is higly recommended to match them with Pokemon Boost Emblem with Green colors for additional Sp. Atk boost and Black for its move cooldown effects so you'll be able to use special attack moves more frequently in battle.

When configuring the custom loadout, its better to select Emblems with dual colors such as the Victreebel Emblem that has both Green & Black color effects. Use 3 Green/Black Emblems, 4 Green Emblems and 4 Black Emblems to customize the loadout to produce + 4% Sp. Atk and 8% Move Cooldown reduction.

▼ Pokemon Boost Emblem Color Special Effects

Pokemon Boost Emblems Effects & Use

Can Change The Status Of A Pokemon

Pokemon Boost Emblems is a new feature that was introduced on Thursday, July 21. You can configure up to 10 Pokemon Boost Emblems in the custom loadout to further enhance your Pokemon stats. Each medal has different special effects depending on the color and their quality varies depending on their Emblem Grade (Gold, Silver, and Bronze).

Pokemon Boost Emblem Grades

GradeDrop Rate

Color Meanings And Color Combination Mechanics

Pokemon Boost Emblems comes in different colors such as yellow and red. Combining a certain number of Pokemon boost emblems of the same color can produce special effects. However, medals of the same kind but different grade quality can be set, but the color count will not be increased. Check out the list below to see the overview of boost emblem colors and their effects when you combine emblems with the same color:

Overview Of Emblem Colors And Their Merge Effects

ColorEffects & Required Number of Emblems
White Emblem+ 1% HP (2 Emblems)
+ 2% HP (4 Emblems)
+ 4% HP (6 Emblems)
Blue Emblem+ 2% Defense (2 Emblems)
+ 4% Defense (4 Emblems)
+ 8% Defense (6 Emblems)
Purple Emblem+ 2% Sp. Def (2 Emblems)
+ 4% Sp. Def (4 Emblems)
+ 8% Sp. Def (6 Emblems)
Brown Emblem+ 1% Attack (2 Emblems)
+ 2% Attack (4 Emblems)
+ 4% Attack (6 Emblems)
Red Emblem+ 2% Basic Attack Speed (3 Emblems)
+ 4% Basic Attack Speed (5 Emblems)
+ 8% Basic Attack Speed (7 Emblems)
Pink Emblem-4% Hindrance Effect Duration (3 Emblems)
-8% Hindrance Effect Duration (5 Emblems)
-16% Hindrance Effect Duration (7 Emblems)
Yellow Emblem+ 4% Movement Speed when out of combat (3 Emblems)
+ 6% Movement Speed when out of combat (5 Emblems)
+ 12% Movement Speed when out of combat (7 Emblems)
Green Emblem+ 1% Sp. Atk (2 Emblems)
+ 2% Sp. Atk (4 Emblems)
+ 4% Sp. Atk (6 Emblems
Black Emblem2% Move Cooldown reduction (3 Emblems)
4%Move Cooldown reduction (5 Emblems)
8% Move Cooldown reduction (7 Emblems)
All Pokemon Boost Emblems List

How To Get Pokemon Boost Emblems

Energy Rewards

The Energy Reward system is Pokemon Unite's own mini-gacha where players can pull different items as rewards using energy gained from participating in battles. Here you can get all Pokemon Boost Emblems as random Energy Rewards.

Energy Rewards Gacha Guide

Battle Points Season Rewards

Pokemon Boost Emblems can also be acquired by increasing your Battle Points. After each battle, your Pokemon earn Battle Points called Pokemon Points on which your Trainer Points are based on and are also reflected in your Season Points.

Take note that the Season Points resets at the end of the season and rewards are replaced, including Pokemon Boost Emblems. So make sure to hit every milestone this season to get them before the next season starts!

Trainer Level Up - How to Get Battle Points & Rewards

Merging Pokemon Boost Emblems

If you own more than one of the same Pokemon Boost Emblems, you can merge Bronze Emblems into Silver Emblems and Silver Emblems into Gold Emblems. 100 Aeos coins are required for merging them each time so make sure you have enough coins.

However, merging is not always successful. If merging fails, the Pokemon Boost Emblems used as materials will remain in your Emblem Dex and unfortunately, any Aeos coins used will not be returned to you. Furthermore, since Gold is currently the highest Emblem grade, Gold Emblems cannot be used for merging.

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