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Below is character list of all available Pokemon in the game with builds available for each. They are categorized below based on their play styles.

All Pokemon

Pokemon Roster
Pikachu.pngPikachu Charizard.pngCharizard Snorlax.pngSnorlax Crustle.pngCrustle
Greninja.pngGreninja Eldegoss.pngEldegoss Talonflame.pngTalonflame Lucario.pngLucario
Venusaur.pngVenusaur Mr. Mime.pngMr. Mime Slowbro.pngSlowbro Absol.pngAbsol
Machamp.pngMachamp Wigglytuff.pngWigglytuff Alolan Ninetales.pngAlolan Ninetales Cramorant.pngCramorant
Gengar.pngGengar Garchomp.pngGarchomp Cinderace.pngCinderace Zeraora.pngZeraora
Blastoise Icon.pngBlastoise Gardevoir Icon.pngGardevoir - -

Attacker

Attackers are Pokemon that have low Endurance and excel at dealing heavy ranged damage to opponents.

Pokemon Rating Attack Type
Alolan Ninetales ImageAlolan Ninetales A Rank Icon Ranged
Cinderace ImageCinderace A Rank Icon Ranged
Cramorant ImageCramorant B Rank Icon Ranged
Greninja ImageGreninja B Rank Icon Ranged
Pikachu ImagePikachu S Rank Icon Ranged
Venusaur ImageVenusaur B Rank Icon Ranged

To Be Released

Pokemon Rating Attack Type
Gardevoir ImageGardevoir Ranged?

All-Rounder

All-Rounders, as the term suggests, are Pokemon that have balanced Offense and Endurance and are highly tenacious fighters.

Pokemon Rating Attack Type
Charizard ImageCharizard C Rank Icon Melee
Garchomp ImageGarchomp A Rank Icon Melee
Lucario ImageLucario S Rank Icon Melee
Machamp ImageMachamp S Rank Icon Melee

Defender

Defenders have high Endurance and excel at protecting allies and hindering opponents.

Pokemon Rating Attack Type
Crustle ImageCrustle S Rank Icon Melee
Slowbro ImageSlowbro A Rank Icon Ranged
Snorlax ImageSnorlax A Rank Icon Melee

To Be Released

Pokemon Rating Attack Type
Blastoise ImageBlastoise Ranged?

Speedster

Speedsters have high Mobility and Offense and excel at making quick attacks and scoring points.

Pokemon Rating Attack Type
Absol ImageAbsol A Rank Icon Melee
Gengar ImageGengar A Rank Icon Melee
Talonflame ImageTalonflame B Rank Icon Melee
Zeraora ImageZeraora A Rank Icon Melee

Supporter

Supporters are Pokemon that provide team support by inflicting status conditions on opponents and healing allies.

Pokemon Rating Attack Type
Eldegoss ImageEldegoss S Rank Icon Ranged
Mr. Mime ImageMr. Mime B Rank Icon Melee
Wigglytuff ImageWigglytuff A Rank Icon Ranged

Unreleased Pokemon

Future and Unreleased Pokemon
Blastoise Icon.pngBlastoise Gardevoir Icon.pngGardevoir Clefable Icon.pngClefable

In addition to the already-confirmed Blastoise and Gardevoir, Clefable, who made an apperance in the original announcement trailer, is also a likely candidate for addition to the roster.

All Future and Unreleased Pokemon

Best Build for Each Pokemon

Attackers

Best Alolan Ninetales Build

Lv. 1 (ZR) Lv. 3 (R) Lv. 4 (R) Lv. 6 (ZR)
Icy Wind ImageIcy Wind Powder Snow ImagePowder Snow Avalanche ImageAvalanche Blizzard ImageBlizzard
Unlike the earlier build which focuses on extreme damage (but also a lot of setup), this takes in account Alolan Ninetales' versatility and high damage. Using Aurora Veil often will given it more survivability while Dazzling Gleam slows its opponents allowing you to escape and use items if needed.
Battle Item Tips
Eject Button.pngEject Button Eject Button gives you the ability to teleport short distances. This is extremely useful for Alolan Ninetales' survivability because enemy teams are going to prioritize taking you down as fast as possible in matches.
Held Items Tips
Wise Glasses.pngWise Glasses Wise Glasses increases Special Attack by a certain percentage based on its upgrade level. This item works well with Alolan Ninetales because the bulk of its damage comes from its strong moves.
Sp. Atk. Specs.pngSp. Atk. Specs Sp. Atk. Specs is another good source of extra damage. This item increases Special Attack every time you score a goal, allowing you to scale well into the later stages of a match.
Shell Bell.pngShell Bell Shell Bell regenerates HP whenever your moves hit enemies and Wild Pokemon. The extra sustain allows you to stay in the lane longer and establish lane dominance over the opponent.

All Alolan Ninetales Builds and Moves

Cinderace

Lv. 1 (R) Lv. 3 (ZR) Lv. 7 (R) Lv. 8 (ZR)
Ember ImageEmber Low Sweep ImageLow Sweep Pyro Ball ImagePyro Ball Feint ImageFeint
A setup that focuses on kiting enemies and utilizing Cinderace's long range attacks. Maximize your Passive Ability by always having a fireball at the ready. This lets you burst opponents down easily when combined with proper Pyro Ball usage. Feint's Movement Speed Up and Invincibility lets you navigate tricky situations, get out of enemy ganks with ease, and restore HP through standard attacks as well. Pyro Ball hits also reduce Feint's cooldown so make your shots count to maintain the offensive as much as possible!
Battle Item Tips
Eject Button.pngEject Button Eject Button is a great item for Cinderace because it makes this particular Pokemon even more elusive in fights and skirmishes.
Held Items Tips
Muscle Band.pngMuscle Band The bulk of your damage will come from your standard attacks and Passive Ability. Muscle Band increases your standard attack damage based on a percentage of the target's current HP. This is extremely useful for taking out Defender Pokemon.
Scope Lens.pngScope Lens Scope Lens is another great choice because of Cinderace's reliance on standard attacks. This item increases the Critical Rate and Critical Damage of standard attacks, making you an even deadlier threat in team fights.
Attack Weight.pngAttack Weight Attack Weight increases your attack whenever you score points. This is a great item for Cinderace since your primary goal is to dominate the lane and score as many points as possible early on.

Cinderace Builds and Moves

Cramorant

Lv. 1 (R) Lv. 3 (ZR) Lv. 4 (R) Lv. 6 (ZR)
Whirlpool ImageWhirlpool Feather Dance ImageFeather Dance Hurricane ImageHurricane Surf ImageSurf
This setup strikes a good balance of control and burst damage, with a touch of sustain. Create chaos in fights and skirmishes via Hurricane and Surf. These moves allow you to knock enemies around, dealing solid damage and making them vulnerable to follow-ups from your team. Your sustain comes from Surf's returning wave. Catch the returning wave by staying within its effect column to restore HP.
Battle Item Tips
X Attack.pngX Attack Ramp up your damage even further by using X Attack. This item boosts your Attack and Special Attack to the point in which even Defenders take significant damage for a certain duration.
Held Items Tips
Wise Glasses.pngWise Glasses Wise Glasses increase your Special Attack by a certain percentage depending on its upgrade level. This works well with Cramorant since the bulk of its damage comes from its moves.
Sp. Atk. Specs.pngSp. Atk. Specs Sp. Atk. Specs is another item that increase Cramorant's Special Attack. Your Special Attack increases whenever you score a goal, allowing your damage to scale well into the later stages of a match.
Shell Bell.pngShell Bell Shell Bell improves Cramorant's ability to sustain itself in fights and skirmishes. This item lets you regain HP whenever your moves hit the enemies or Wild Pokemon.

Cramorant Builds and Moves

Greninja

Lv. 1 (R) Lv. 3 (ZR) Lv. 5 (ZR) Lv. 7 (R)
Bubble ImageBubble Substitute ImageSubstitute Smokescreen ImageSmokescreen Water Shuriken ImageWater Shuriken
This build focuses on making Greninja a hard target to catch. The proper use of Smokescreen can easily confuse opponents about your current position and Water Shuriken can be used to attack opponents safely.
Item Tips
Eject Button.pngEject Button Eject Button gives you the ability to teleport short distances. This is an extremely useful Battle Item which can be used in a multitude of scenarios. You can use this to further confuse your enemies as you move around the battlefield.
Held Items Tips
Float Stone.pngFloat Stone The Float Stone is still one of the better items to use for Greninja, especially for this build as it allows you to make up speed that you don't have in order to clear jungle or get to ganks faster.
Shell Bell.pngShell Bell Shell Bell heals the user's HP when their Special Attacks hit an opponent. This is a core item for Greninja to keep them alive while maximizing the bonuses from their passive.
Muscle Band.pngMuscle Band Muscle Band increases your Basic Attack Damage and Basic Attack Speed. Since Greninja mainly focuses on Basic Attacks, it is a great Held Item to pick up increase your damage output.

Greninja Builds and Moves

Pikachu

Lv. 1 (R) Lv. 3 (ZR) Lv. 4 (R) Lv. 6 (ZR)
Thunder Shock ImageThunder Shock Electroweb ImageElectroweb Electro Ball ImageElectro Ball Thunderbolt ImageThunderbolt
This build focuses on controlling crowds of enemies and dealing as much damage to them. Using Electro Ball and Thunderbolt in succession will allow you to deal damage in an area while making sure your target stay in that area.
Item Tips
Eject Button.pngEject Button Eject Button gives you the ability to teleport short distances. This is an extremely useful Battle Item which can be used in a multitude of scenarios. You can use this to gain some distance when you are in a pinch or to close the distance before using your Unite Move.
Held Items Tips
Float Stone.pngFloat Stone The Float Stone is one of the core Held Items for any Pokemon. The Float Stone gives you a significant boost in your movement speed especially when you are out of combat.
Wise Glasses.pngWise Glasses Wise Glasses significantly increases a Pokemon's Special Attack. Since Pikachu mainly deals Special Attack damage, this is a great Held Item to use to amplify your Moves.
Muscle Band.pngMuscle Band Muscle Band increases your Basic Attack Damage and Basic Attack Speed. Since Pikachu is an Attacker and mainly focuses on dealing damage, this is a great Held Item to pick up in further increase your damage output.

Pikachu Builds and Moves

Venusaur

Lv. 1 (R) Lv. 3 (ZR) Lv. 5 (R) Lv. 7 (ZR)
Seed Bomb ImageSeed Bomb Razor Leaf ImageRazor Leaf Sludge Bomb ImageSludge Bomb Solar Beam ImageSolar Beam
This setup lets you bombard enemies from a relatively safe distance. Sludge Bomb lets you deny areas from the enemy team with its damage over time and Slow effect on anyone inside its radius. You can burst opponents down incredibly fast with Solar Beam as well. Try to use this move from angles that would hit multiple opponents as much as possible. You can also utilize Sludge Bomb's Slow effect to make targeting a lot easier.
Battle Item Tips
Eject Button.pngEject Button Eject Button gives you extra mobility by granting you the ability to do short range teleports. This means you can quickly reposition in fights to get better angles for attacks or escape from a losing situation.
Held Items Tips
Wise Glasses.pngWise Glasses Wise Glasses increases your Special Attack by a certain percentage depending on its upgrade level. This synergizes incredibly well with Venusaur since most of its damage comes from moves — most notably, Solar Beam.
Shell Bell.pngShell Bell Shell Bell lets you regain HP whenever your moves hit enemies or Wild Pokemon. This added sustain lets you stay in the lane longer and more efficiently.
Sp. Atk. Specs.pngSp. Atk. Specs Sp. Atk. Specs increases your Special Attack whenever you score a goal. This item lets your moves' damage scale well into the later stages of a match.

Venusaur Builds and Moves

All-Rounders

Charizard

Lv. 1 (R) Lv. 3 (ZR) Lv. 5 (R) Lv. 7 (ZR)
Flame Burst ImageFlame Burst Fire Spin ImageFire Spin Fire Punch ImageFire Punch Flare Blitz ImageFlare Blitz
This setup revolves around charging into enemies via Fire Punch and Flare Blitz and taking them out via Standard Attacks. These moves also knock targets around, allowing you to set enemies up for follow-up damage from your team. Reach level seven as fast as possible to fully realize this close-range playstyle.
Battle Item Tips
Eject Button.pngEject Button Eject Button improves your overall mobility by granting you the ability to teleport short distances. This can be used both offensively and defensively.
Held Items Tips
Float Stone.pngFloat Stone Float Stone increases your Movement Speed while you're out of combat. This item is useful for this setup since you should be aggressively roaming around the map and taking objectives with your team.
Scope Lens.pngScope Lens Scope Lens increases your Critical Rate and Critical Damage. This synergizes well with this setup because the bulk of your damage will come from your Standard Attack and Unite Move.
Muscle Band.pngMuscle Band Muscle Band increases your Standard Attack damage based on a percentage of the target's current HP. This further improves your overall damage and is extremely useful when targeting enemy Defenders.

Charizard Builds and Moves

Garchomp

Lv. 1 (ZR) Lv. 3 (R) Lv. 6 (R) Lv. 8 (ZR)
Bulldoze ImageBulldoze Sand Attack ImageSand Attack Dig ImageDig Earthquake ImageEarthquake
Bulldoze should be acquired first as it allows you to defeat wild Pokemon and level up quicker. Next, Dig is a good choice because it allows you to initiate while knocking some enemies airborne. Following up Dig with Earthquake guarantees an AOE damage and a slow at later stages of the game.
Battle Item Tips
Eject Button.pngEject Button You can use the Eject Button to either warp into fights, chase down enemies, or after initiating you can fall back quickly.
Held Items Tips
Rocky Helmet.pngRocky Helmet The Rocky Helmet allows you to deal back damage that is dealt to you. Considering you're the initator, expect burst damage to be dealt to you, so at least you damage them back as they attack.
Float Stone.pngFloat Stone You need the speed provided by the Float Stone to get you to the fights fast so you can be the one to initiate the battle.
Assault Vest.pngAssault Vest Assault Vest's shields will give you a leg up when you initiate, cause as previously mentioned you'll need to expect to get bursted once you initiate. The special attack shield will help your survival.

Garchomp Builds and Moves

Lucario

Lv. 1 (R) Lv. 3 (ZR) Lv. 5 (R) Lv. 7 (ZR)
Quick Attack ImageQuick Attack Meteor Mash ImageMeteor Mash Extreme Speed ImageExtreme Speed Bone Rush ImageBone Rush
This build has a very high skill cap since it involves a lot of movement and proper timing. Extreme Speed and Bone Rush can be used to keep yourself mobile and confuse opponents while dealing a lot of damage.
Item Tips
Eject Button.pngEject Button Eject Button gives you the ability to teleport short distances. This is an extremely useful Battle Item which can be used in a multitude of scenarios. You can use this to make a quick escape or shorten the distance to deal a final blow to your enemies.
Held Items Tips
Float Stone.pngFloat Stone The Float Stone is one of the core Held Items for any Pokemon. The Float Stone gives you a significant boost in your movement speed especially when you are out of combat.
Muscle Band.pngMuscle Band Muscle Band increases your Basic Attack Damage and Basic Attack Speed. Since Lucario is mainly deals Physical Damage, this is a great Held Item to pick up in further increase your damage output.
Scope Lens.pngScope Lens Scope Lens increases your critical hit rate and your critical hit damage. Since Lucario's damage mainly comes from their Basic Attacks, this is a very good item to significantly increase your damage.

Lucario Builds and Moves

Machamp

Lv. 1 (ZR) Lv. 3 (R) Lv. 5 (R) Lv. 7 (ZR)
Bulk Up ImageBulk Up Karate Chop ImageKarate Chop Submission ImageSubmission Cross Chop ImageCross Chop
You'll want to get Bulk Up immediately as that's what empowers your next attack, which stacks with Crit attacks. Next you'll want Cross Chop to close distance with enemies and Submission to improve your Bulk Up buff.
Battle Item Tips
Eject Button.pngEject Button This Eject Button will allow you to close distance even more alongside Cross Chop, letting you get up close as soon as possible.
Held Items Tips
Scope Lens.pngScope Lens Scope Lens increases your critical attack, and when it stacks with an empowered normal from Bulk Up and Dynamic Punch, it'll deal massive damage.
Float Stone.pngFloat Stone Float Stone enables you to get into the fight up close and personal as fast as possible.
Muscle Band.pngMuscle Band Muscle Band just makes Machamp hurt more, allowing you to have dangerous normal attacks aside the critical hits.

Defenders

Crustle

Lv. 1 (ZR) Lv. 3 (R) Lv. 4 (R) Lv. 6 (ZR)
Fury Cutter ImageFury Cutter Rock Slide ImageRock Slide Rock Tomb ImageRock Tomb Stealth Rock ImageStealth Rock
Choose Fury Cutter as its better offensively for getting the levels early. You'll want to get Rock Tomb as soon as possible as its the core of this build, then you can get Stealth Rock to damage those stuck in your Tomb, or X-Scissor is still viable, though Stealth Rock allows you to keep your distance.
Battle Item Tips
Full Heal.pngFull Heal You'll be playing from afar more often than not, so you can use Full Heal to heal yourself while out of combat.
Held Items Tips
Exp. Share.pngExp. Share The Exp Share will allow you to maintain levels despite your lack of offensive skills late game. Stealth Rock will synergize with the Rock Tomb well, but is hard to use on its own, so this is where you get your experience.
Float Stone.pngFloat Stone Float Stone allows you to move around the map quickly. Because Crustle is slow, you need fast response time to get to clashes in time. Float Stone helps with that.
Leftovers.pngLeftovers Leftovers will keep Crustle tanky. You won't be in the heat of things all the time, so regeneration while you're out of combat will be utilized often.

Crustle Builds and Moves

Slowbro

Lv. 1 (R) Lv. 3 (ZR) Lv. 4 (R) Lv. 6 (ZR)
Water Gun ImageWater Gun Slack Off ImageSlack Off Scald  ImageScald Amnesia  ImageAmnesia
Pick Water Gun over Slack Off so you get an attacking skill that can give you a level lead if you focus on wild Pokemon. Scald is the more damaging of the two options, making it useful for being offensive despite being tanky. Amnesia is the core of this build, you use it to recover large amounts of health.
Battle Item Tips
Potion.pngPotion Potion is useful because you'll be in combat often, and this will allow you to quickly regain health alongside Amnesia. Alternatively, you can go for an X Attack if you wish to be more offensive.
Held Items Tips
Rocky Helmet.pngRocky Helmet The Rocky Helmet allows you to take damage and deal it back. As an off-tank, you should be expecting to deal damage and take hits in equal parts so this synergizes with that role.
Muscle Band.pngMuscle Band Your attacks won't be dealing a lot of damage, but you'll want to deal damage due to your role. This item will help supplement that.
Focus Band.pngFocus Band Focus Band works for this build because you can recover from hits taken while you're tanking damage, and it stacks with Amnesia.

Slowbro Builds and Moves

Snorlax

Lv. 1 (R) Lv. 3 (ZR) Lv. 6 (R) Lv. 8 (ZR)
Tackle ImageTackle Rest ImageRest Heavy Slam ImageHeavy Slam Block ImageBlock
You'll want to get Tackle first as it gives you the mobility and stun to move quickly early on and knock opponents back from allies. Heavy Slam is particularly useful because it lets you get in between allies and enemies quickly, and it can be used to knock away and stun enemies close to you. From here, you can use Block to shield allies from projectiles, or walk towards enemies to zone them out from allies.
Battle Item Tips
Potion.pngPotion Potion is a more useful heal item than Full Heal as you're expected to be in combat a lot since you're meant to be jumping into it. The Held Items will heal you outside of combat already, so use this when things get a bit too spicy and you find yourself low on health.
Held Items Tips
Leftovers.pngLeftovers The Leftovers focus on increasing survivability. As you want to be in the action a lot, these items will focus on buffing you once you're out of combat so the next time you jump in you'll have extra HP.
Assault Vest.pngAssault Vest Like the Leftovers, the Assault Vest will buff you when you're out of combat, giving you a shield that protects you against special attacks. This will ensure that when you're jumping in the middle of the fight, their attackers can't just burst you with their special skills.
Rocky Helmet.pngRocky Helmet Rocky Helmet is useful because the intention is for them to attack you, so even if you're not auto attacking you're still dealing damage only by being there.

Snorlax Builds and Moves

Speedsters

Absol

Lv. 1 (ZR) Lv. 3 (R) Lv. 5 (R) Lv. 6 (ZR)
Slash ImageSlash Feint ImageFeint Night Slash ImageNight Slash Psycho Cut ImagePsycho Cut
This setup maximizes Absol's high critical and burst damage. Close in on unsuspecting targets with Night Slash then finish them off with your powerful standard attacks. Use Psycho Cut as much as possible to empower your standard attacks and even Slow your targets to quickly finish the job.
Battle Item Tips
X Attack.pngX Attack X Attack increases your Attack and Special Attack for a few seconds. This takes our damage even higher and is extremely useful against tough targets such as Defenders and All-Rounders.
Held Items Tips
Scope Lens.pngScope Lens Absol is all about Critical Damage. Scope Lens is the perfect item to compliment this particular Pokemon's moveset and playstyle because it improves both Crit Rate and Crit Damage!
Muscle Band.pngMuscle Band Muscle Band further improves your Standard Attack damage, allowing you to make eliminate Wild Pokemon and opponents as fast as possible.
Attack Weight.pngAttack Weight Attack Weight is a great item for a speedster like Absol. He can roam around the map easily and score tiny goals to rack up stats for Attack Weight. It also gives him the push to his damage to be able to delete squishies with ease.

Absol Builds and Moves

Gengar

Lv. 1 (R) Lv. 3 (ZR) Lv. 5 (R) Lv. 7 (ZR)
Will-O-Wisp ImageWill-O-Wisp Lick ImageLick Sludge Bomb ImageSludge Bomb Hex ImageHex
Inflict Poison from range with Sludge Bomb and burst enemies down by spamming Hex. It is very important that you only use Hex on targets that are afflicted with negative Status Effects. Always make sure they're inflicted with Poison at least to significantly reduce Hex's cooldown!
Battle Item Tips
Fluffy Tail.pngFluffy Tail Fluffy Tail speeds up the process of jungling with Gengar. This makes Gengar earn its much needed upgrades on its moves, allowing it to participate in main battles earlier.
Held Items Tips
Wise Glasses.pngWise Glasses The bulk of Gengar's damage comes from its moves. Wise Glasses improves Special Attack by a specific percentage based on its upgrade level, making it extremely useful for Pokemon like Gengar.
Sp. Atk. Specs.pngSp. Atk. Specs Sp. Atk. Specs further increases your Special Attack whenever you score a goal. This synergizes well with Gengar since you generally want to push with your team to score points after a successful gank or sneak in to score points from the jungle.
Shell Bell.pngShell Bell Shell Bell grants Gengar solid sustain by restoring HP whenever enemies or wild Pokemon are hit with moves. This is extremely useful early on as well since Gengar usually starts in the jungle to gain those early levels quickly.

Gengar Builds and Moves

Talonflame

Lv. 1 (ZR) Lv. 3 (R) Lv. 5 (R) Lv. 7 (ZR)
Acrobatics ImageAcrobatics Peck ImagePeck Aerial Ace ImageAerial Ace Brave Bird ImageBrave Bird
This setup revolves around Talonflame's ability to empower its Standard Attack damage via Aerial Ace. Maximize your burst damage by using the empowered attack after using Brave Bird. This resets Aerial Ace's cooldown, which theoretically lets you deal two empowered attacks in quick succession!
Battle Item Tips
X Attack.pngX Attack Talonflame relies on taking out opponents as fast as possible. X Attack lets you take your Attack and Special Attack even higher, allowing you to make quick work of opponents even in the later stages of a match.
Held Items Tips
Muscle Band.pngMuscle Band Muscle Band is one of the best items for Talonflame because it improves standard attack damage. This item is especially useful against Defenders because the damage increase is based on a percentage of the target's current HP.
Attack Weight.pngAttack Weight Attack Weight increases your attack whenever you score a goal. This synergizes well with Talonflame because you generally want to coordinate a push towards the enemy goal after successful ganks and teamfights. You can also sneak into unguarded enemy goals to score points from the jungle to get an early advantage.
Shell Bell.pngShell Bell Shell Bell lets you restore HP whenever your moves hit Wild Pokemon or opponents. This item is extremely useful early on because the sustain allows you to efficiently farm the jungle and set up ganks without needing to teleport back to base to restore HP first.

Talonflame Builds and Moves

Zeraora

Lv. 1 (ZR) Lv. 3 (R) Lv. 6 (R) Lv. 8 (ZR)
Slash ImageSlash Agility ImageAgility Volt Switch ImageVolt Switch Wild Charge ImageWild Charge
Slash should be acquired first as it allows you to defeat wild Pokemon and level up quicker, and Agility can be useful later on when you start ganking, for initiation. Next, Volt Switch is a good choice because it allows you to quickly enter lanes and fall back after bursting an opponent. Wild Charge is a burst of damage that you should use to quickly defeat enemies when you enter the lane.
Battle Item Tips
Fluffy Tail.pngFluffy Tail Fluffy Tail is a very essential item for pokemon on the Central Role. It gives you a healthier clear and it also allows you to take Rotom/Dreadmaw with ease.
Held Items Tips
Attack Weight.pngAttack Weight As a speedster, you easily have the mobility and damage to kill camps and take those scores to the goal. Abuse the stat gains you can get from Attack Weight as much as you can to be more effective in fights later on.
Muscle Band.pngMuscle Band Muscle Band is a great item for Zeraora as it improves his attack speed and damage to clear the jungle faster. It also improves his damage when attempting to kill an enemy.
Score Shield.pngScore Shield A faster movement speed means you can roam around the map way faster. The shield is a nice touch and it also allows you to sneak in scores during fights inside enemy goals if you have small amounts of points.

Zeraora Builds and Moves

Supporters

Eldegoss

Lv. 1 (R) Lv. 3 (ZR) Lv. 4 (R) Lv. 6 (ZR)
Leafage ImageLeafage Synthesis ImageSynthesis Pollen Puff ImagePollen Puff Cotton Guard ImageCotton Guard
This is a setup that focuses on keeping teammates alive and topped off as much as possible via Pollen Puff and Cotton Guard. Your main source of sustain comes from Pollen Puff. Aim this move on wounded allies as much as possible. You can also use this offensively by attaching the pollen onto allied melee Pokemon as they charge into their targets. Take note that you can attach the Pollen Puff to yourself by casting it on the ground first, then running inside the radius.
Battle Item Tips
Eject Button.pngEject Button Eject Button is a solid choice for Eldegoss because it gives you an escape mechanism in bad situations. You can also use this move to close in on wounded enemies to finish them off for your team.
Held Items Tips
Rocky Helmet.pngRocky Helmet Your strong supportive abilities make you a key target for enemy teams during fights. Give your opponents a hard time by using Rocky Helmet. This particular item improves your Defense against standard attacks and unleashes an AoE attack around you once you take enough damage.
Assault Vest.pngAssault Vest Assault Vest improves your Special Defense by a certain percentage based on its upgrade level. This is another useful item for improving Eldegoss' overall survivability.
Buddy Barrier.pngBuddy Barrier Buddy Barrier gives you and an ally with the lowest health a massive shield whenever you activate your Unite Move. This is a solid item for Eldegoss because it improves your supportive capabilities overall at the later stages of a match.

Eldegoss Builds and Moves

Mr. Mime

Lv. 1 (R) Lv. 3 (ZR) Lv. 4 (R) Lv. 6 (ZR)
Fake Out ImageFake Out Light Screen ImageLight Screen Confusion ImageConfusion Guard Swap ImageGuard Swap
This is an aggressive setup that helps Mr. Mime abuse Guard Swap's ability to increase damage. Confusion will take advantage of this and will stun opponents besides hitting high damage!
Battle Item Tips
Eject Button.pngEject Button Eject Button is an amazing item for Mr. Mime due to its added mobility. This item lets Mr. Mime quickly reposition in fights, potentially catching enemies off-guard. Use this to push enemies into your own team or spike them into walls and barriers from angles they wouldn't expect. Eject Button also synergizes extremely well with Mr. Mime's Unite Move because it lets you teleport into the middle of the enemy team for maximum effect.
Held Items Tips
Muscle Band.pngMuscle Band The bulk of Mr. Mime's overall damage still comes from its Standard Attack. Muscle Band improves your standard attack damage, allowing you to harass opponents better or clear Wild Pokemon waves quicker.
Sp. Atk. Specs.pngSp. Atk. Specs Sp. Atk Specs improves your Special Attack whenever you score a goal. This is a solid choice for increasing Confusion's damage.
Wise Glasses.pngWise Glasses Wise Glasses is another item that increase your Special Attack, making Confusion an even deadlier move for unsuspecting enemies.

Mr. Mime Builds and Moves

Wigglytuff

Lv. 1 (ZR) Lv. 3 (R) Lv. 4 (R) Lv. 6 (ZR)
Pound ImagePound Defense Curl ImageDefense Curl Sing ImageSing Dazzling Gleam ImageDazzling Gleam
Pound is a better early choice than Defense Curl as it's a damage move, allowing you to defeat wild Pokemon to get levels early. Pick Sing to debuff your enemies and open them up for allies, then Dazzling Gleam to damage opponents.
Battle Item Tips
Fluffy Tail.pngFluffy Tail Ideally, you'll always be with an ally as you're soft and vulnerable on your own. You can use the Fluffy Tail to either help them capture wild Pokemon or when you're alone so you have a better chance of getting them with your auto-attacks.
Held Items Tips
Shell Bell.pngShell Bell The Shell Bell is useful as your goal is to hit enemies with your special attacks to disable them. Recovering health per hit of the special is much more useful to enable you to stay in the game more.
Float Stone.pngFloat Stone Wigglytuff is all about being in position during teamfights to make a huge difference, so you need the speed provided by the Float Stone to get you places fast.
Leftovers.pngLeftovers Leftovers allow you to recover health while you're away from combat, always useful for a support character who isn't in the action most of the time.

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