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Pokemon UNITE - Snorlax Guide: Builds and Best Items

The best guide on how to play Snorlax in Pokemon UNITE for Nintendo Switch and Mobile. Check here for the best builds, Held and Battle items, movesets, as well as the latest nerfs, buffs, counters, matchups, and more!

Snorlax Latest Nerfs & Buffs (01/26)

January 26 Update (Version 1.3.12)

January 26 Patch Notes (

Snorlax Changes (January 26)
Flail Image
• Bug fixes have been made for the following aspects of this move: Actions

Snorlax Previous Move Patches

Flail Bug fixes have been made for the following aspects of this move: actions Level learned changed from 6 to 5. User Effect duration increased. Flail+: Level learned changed from 12 to 11. Although the Patch Notes indicated a damage increase, there was no change.

Heavy Slam Level learned changed from 6 to 5. Heavy Slam+: Level learned changed from 12 to 11. Damage decreased from 1806 to 1717 (-5%).

Block Level learned changed from 8 to 7. Block+: Level learned changed from 14 to 13. Damage Reduction bugfix. Shortened the duration from 1 second to 0.8 seconds (-20%).

Yawn Level learned changed from 8 to 7. Yawn+: Level learned changed from 14 to 13. Fixed the issue where Pokemon put to sleep would not wake up after being attacked.

Power Nap Level learned changed to 9. HP recovery reduced from 8901 to 6228 (-30%).

Snorlax Basic Info

Tier Rating: S Rank Icon

Role: Defender
Attack Type: Melee
Damage Type: Physical
Difficulty: Novice
"Snorlax can take a lot of hits. It’s a dependable Pokémon that can protect its allies from harm."

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Snorlax Best Lanes

Top Icon.pngTop Jungle Icon.pngJungle Bot Icon.pngBottom
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Tips & Strategies for Every Lane

Snorlax Strengths and Weaknesses

Strengths Weaknesses
✔︎ Great tank
✔︎ Good stunning and disabling power
✖︎ Can struggle during the early game
✖︎ Late move upgrades

Best Builds for Snorlax


Frontline Build

Frontline Build
Pokemon UNITE - Best Build Icon
Moveset Held Items
Battle Item
Item Effects (at Level 30)
Attack: +15
Defense: +30
Sp. Def: +30
HP: +660

This is an all-defensive build designed to put Snorlax in front of its allies as it leads the charge via Heavy Slam and keep enemies at bay using Block.

Focus Band and Buddy Barrier allows Snorlax to receive tons of damage from the enemy while protecting allies. These items increase Snorlax's overall survivability so you can stay in the fight for much longer. The damage you soak up will be converted into extra Attack because of Weakness Policy, giving you additional offense for counter attacks.

Eject Button enables you to get a better position to use your moves, making it a must-have battle item. Note that you can reposition yourself while you are using Block.

Disabler Build

Disabler Build
Moveset Held Items
Battle Item
Item Effects (at Level 30)
Defense: +30
Sp. Def: +30
HP: +450
Cooldown: -4.50%
Unite Move Charge Rate: +6%

This build another defensive build but is centered around disabling enemies using Heavy Slam and Yawn allowing you to set up kills for your team.

Focus Band and Buddy Barrier are straight-forward defensive items, giving durability and survivability. Energy Amplifier is mainly so you can use your Unite Move more frequently since it has a decent AoE disable.

Eject Button serves the same purpose as the previous build.

Offense Build

Offense Build
Moveset Held Items
Battle Item
Item Effects (at Level 30)
Attack: +15
Defense: +30
Sp. Def: +30
Critical-Hit Rate: +6%
Critical-Hit Damage: +12%
Attack Speed: +7.50%

This is an offensive build focused on disabling a target with Yawn and following up using Flail to deal high attack damage. The damage you deal with Flail depends on Snorlax's missing health. This means the higher your max HP is, the more damage you deal.

Muscle Band and Scope Lens are your core offensive items and synergizes well with Flail. You can replace Scope Lens with Razor Claw for the movement reduction effect. Focus Band provides decent defense boost and a reliable survivability tool, enabling you to stay alive longer in fights.

Slow Smoke works great in this build, allowing you to drastically slow enemies as you pummel them down with Flail. However, you can equip X Attack instead if you want more damage.

Score Stack Build

Score Stack Build
Moveset Held Items
Battle Item
Item Effects (at Level 30)
Attack: +18
HP: +690

This build takes advantage of score related items to increase Snorlax's stats significantly. Getting the full 6 stacks from both Attack Weight and Aeos Cookie gives Snorlax high amounts of Attack and increases Snorlax's max HP, respectively. On top of that, these bonus in stats greatly increases Flail's overall damage output, making Snorlax a powerful bruiser.

Potion gives you a burst of healing so you can stay in the fight longer.

Score Stack Strategy

It is important to get at least 4 stacks of bonuses during the early parts of the match so you can focus on defeating opponents as the game transitions to the mid-game. Do this by taking advantage of the Top Lane's short, narrow paths to chip in a couple of scores to build up your bonuses. Tackle will be a great tool for quickly defeating Wild Pokemon and dashing towards an enemy goal zone for quick scoring. You can even use it as a means of escape from danger when you are caught in a bad position.

Scoring Guide: How and When to Score Goals

Snorlax Best Items & Moveset

Best Held Items

Item Explanation
Aeos Cookie.pngAeos Cookie Each stack of Aeos Cookie significantly increases Snorlax's HP. Combine that with the Pokemon's innately high HP, and you'll be looking at a massive tank that is hard to knock down.
Score Shield.pngScore Shield Score Shield gives more HP for Snorlax. It also gives the Pokemon uninterruptible shields which it can take advantage when a lane is successfully pushed.
Buddy Barrier.pngBuddy Barrier Buddy Barrier further increases Snorlax's HP. Having this equipped after activating Snorlax's unite move will ensure that the sleeping giant won't be woken up.
Energy Amplifier.pngEnergy Amplifier Energy Amplifier allows Snorlax to deal extra damage when it uses its unite move. The extra charge rate also helps keep your unite move at the ready.
Focus Band.pngFocus Band Focus Band gives extra durability for Snorlax. This item is especially useful for tanky builds that sees the Pokemon in the frontlines.
Scope Lens.pngScope Lens Scope Lens gives more potential damage to Snorlax's Standard Attacks. It is mainly used in builds that take advantage of Flail.
Muscle Band.pngMuscle Band Muscle Band increases Snorlax's damage output when it goes on the offensive.

List of Held Items

Best Battle Items

Item Explanation
Eject Button.pngEject Button Eject Button extends Snorlax's reach so it can slam opponents. It also helps the Pokemon reposition if it over extends.
Potion.pngPotion Potion scales up with Snorlax's innately high HP and allows it to recover large amounts of HP. The extra burst of HP is significant enough to turn a losing fight to your favor.

List of Battle Items

Best Moveset

Move Explanation
Block ImageBlock Block is a great disabling move that can stun opponents who are caught in the wall's path. Additionally, it drastically increases Snorlax's defenses, allowing it to soak up massive amounts of damage.
Heavy Slam ImageHeavy Slam Heavy Slam is a great damaging move that can disable multiple enemies in an area. It has excellent range, making it easy for Snorlax to engage fights strong.

Snorlax specializes in getting in the enemy team's face, disabling them and taking hits for the team, giving them space to deal damage to the enemy. Both of these moves help Snorlax fulfill its role. However, if you prefer a more direct playstyle that can contribute to the team's offense, learn Flail and Yawn instead.

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How to Play Snorlax

Supporting the Attacker is Top Priority

Pokemon UNITE - Snorlax Being a Bodyguard for Ivysaur

Snorlax is a Pokemon that acts with Attackers and is devoted to supporting them. If an allied Attacker is getting hit by opponents, Snorlax will peel off the enemies by jumping in-between them and acting as a shield. Additionally, when it's time for the allied offense, Snorlax can act as a disabler and secondary firepower.

It's important to note that Snorlax himself has low damage, so it's difficult to beat opponents alone. Work with allied Attackers to defeat opponents! There is no point where Snorlax gets enough damage to beat others on his own, so you'll have to rely on them the whole game.

Hunt Wild Pokemon Until Level 5

Pokemon UNITE - Snorlax Reaching Level 6

Snorlax does not have viable offensive options until Level 5, so keep hunting wild Pokemon to level up. Whether you choose Top or Bottom lane, you can hunt wild Pokemon while defending your goal. Work with attackers to defeat opponents and score goals before you reach level 5.

Use Eject Button + Tackle for Early Surprise Kills

Snorlax can use Eject Button in the middle of his Tackle animation. Use this to surprise enemies with low HP for a surprise kill during the early game.

Flail Becomes Stronger at Lower HP

Pokemon UNITE - Snorlax Striking with Flail Attacks

Flail offers a more offensive playstyle for Snorlax. It grants a massive amount of Movement Speed and Damage while Snorlax is low on HP, which incentivizes aggression. Use this to turn losing battles into a win and surprise them with high amounts of damage.

Use Block to Wall-Off Opponents

Pokemon UNITE - Snorlax Using Block to Open Up Enemy Goal Zone

Aside from the defensive plays, Block is also great for pushing opponents away from goal zones to allow your allies to score uninterrupted. It also helps that Snorlax's defense is drastically increased and becomes immune to crowd control during the move. Make sure to keep advancing once you activated block as it stuns the opponent momentarily every time they are hit with the wall.

Chase Fleeing enemies with Heavy Slam

Pokemon UNITE - Snorlax Chasing Blissey with a Heavy Slam

Take advantage of Heavy Slams reach to initiate fights or chase down retreating opponents. Once hit, the opponent will be incapacitated and open for attacks, allowing for easy knock downs.

Use Unite Move to Defend Goals

Pokemon UNITE - Snorlax Activating Unite Move to Near a Goal Zone.png

It is recommended to use Snorlax's Unite move to essentially make allied goal zones heavily protected. When Power Nap is activated, it deals a lot of sustained damage over a long period while recovering Snorlax's HP. You can use it to buy time and survive even when attacked by multiple opponents.

However, this normally not enough firepower to defeat opponents, so expect to use this move only to stop enemies from scoring as well as buy time for your allies to join the fight.

Snorlax Combos

Disabling Combo

Disabling Combo
Heavy Slam IconYawn Icon

Pokemon UNITE - Snorlax Heavy Slam Yawn Combo
Use Heavy Slam to knock grouped-up enemies airborne as well as reposition yourself closer for you to use Yawn and put them to sleep.

Blocker Combo

Blocker Combo
Heavy Slam IconBlock Icon

Pokemon UNITE - Snorlax Heavy Slam Block Combo
Heavy Slam, aside from the airborne aspect, is also a great repositioning tool, so use it to place yourself in the middle of a fight then use Block while moving towards your opponents to protect your team.

Matchups & Counters for Snorlax

Snorlax Matchups

Hard Counter
Alolan NinetalesCinderaceMachampPikachu
Fair Matchup
Good Matchup
AbsolAzumarillCramorantDecidueyeDragoniteGreedentLucarioMamoswineMr. MimeTalonflameTsareenaVenusaurWigglytuffZeraora
Matchup Notes
Hard CounterHard Counter Even MatchupEven Matchup Easy MatchupEasy Matchup
1. The chart is based on our own experience playing Snorlax.
2. Pokemon within each tier are unordered
3. Any Pokemon not shown here are still under investigation.

Hard Counter With Long Range Pokes

With the exception of Heavy Slam, Snorlax has short range attacks and Moves making it difficult to get to enemies farther away. Ranged Pokemon will have an easier time brawling with Snorlax since they can whittle away at its health from afar. For melee Pokemon, it is best to bait out and exhaust Snorlax's moves before you can attack with yours.

Best Counters

Pokemon Explanation
Alolan Ninetales ImageAlolan Ninetales Rating: ★★★★★
Alolan Ninetales can beat Snorlax through pure attrition, keeping Snorlax away and bombarding it with disables and damage until it goes down. It can also sustain itself with Aurora Veil while being able to freeze Snorlax multiple times with constant boosted attacks.
Machamp ImageMachamp Rating: ★★★★
While Snorlax wants to get in most of the time to disable, another one who can get in close and either disable and do a burst of damage is Machamp. Machamp's arsenal of hard hitting moves and its ability to make itself unstoppable can outplay Snorlax in a 1-on-1 fight.
Cinderace ImageCinderace Rating: ★★★★
Cinderace's range and speed let it continuously kite Snorlax and chip away at its HP. Moreover, a single hit from a Pyro Ball can be enough to make Snorlax play defensively.
Pikachu ImagePikachu Rating: ★★★★
With its range and stun moves, Pikachu can prevent Snorlax from coming in close to use any of its skills.

Even Matchups for Snorlax

Even matchups are always a matter of skill, luck, and timing. Here are some tips to help push Snorlax ahead against other Pokemon on equal footing.

Cut the Burst Short

Pokemon with High Burst Damage
Greninja Image Gardevoir Image Gengar Image

Snorlax is not susceptible to high burst damage, but its teammates are. If Snorlax's teammates are taken out, then the enemy team can easily group up on Snorlax. Make sure to keep a Heavy Slam or Yawn ready so you can cut off their attacks.

Take Advantage of Your Sturdiness

Pokemon with Balanced Stats
Aegislash Image Charizard Image Garchomp Image

Fighting All-Rounder Pokemon takes a bit more effort since you are dealing with Pokemon that are capable of dealing consistent amounts of damage while being able to block your disables.

If you start to feel that the fight is leaning towards the enemy's side, activate Block to mitigate some of the damage or Yawn to give yourself more time to reposition. Doing this will also give your damaging move a chance to finish cooling down.

Defenders and Supporters
Blastoise Image Crustle Image Trevenant Image Slowbro Image

It is often a stalemate when Snorlax goes up against these Pokemon. Your best bet against them is having a high damage teammate with you to deal the damage while you disable the enemy Pokemon. You can also choose to get Flail instead of Heavy Slam for you to deal more damage.

Make Your Moves Count

Pokemon with High Burst Damage
Sylveon Image Duraludon Image ] Espeon Image

These Pokemon can be tricky to fight due to their multiple playstyles. If they opted to use a more offensive playstyle, you can use Flail to fight back. Otherwise, a Heavy Slam will be great for pressuring and stunning them if they are playing passively.

Duraludon, in particular, can block stuns or knock-backs moves with Heavy Metal once per cooldown, which negates most of Snorlax's disabling moves.

Pressure Constantly

Pokemon with Support Moves
Blissey Image Eldegoss Image Hoopa Image

Even though these Pokemon do not have ways to deal high amounts of damage, they can sustain themselves with heals and shields. It is best to keep on the offensive and apply constant pressure on their HP so you can cut off the enemy team's support opportunities.

Easy Matchups for Snorlax

Aggression Gets Punished

Aggression Gets Punished
Azumarill Image Absol Image Talonflame Image Zeraora Image Lucario Image Tsareena Image Dragonite Image

Snorlax can punish these Pokemon's aggression using its disabling moves, preventing them from dealing damage and countering their initiation. Pushing them back with a Block is a great way to keep them from activating their moves while also cutting them away from their team. Once disabled, they become easy targets for Snorlax's team.

Setups Get Blocked

Setups Get Blocked
Cramorant Image Greedent Image Mamoswine Image Wigglytuff Image

Snorlax's disabling moves can prevent these Pokemon from setting up kills for their team. This stops their team from getting fights in their favor.

Cut the Range Advantage

Pokemon with Ranged Attacks
Decidueye Image Venusaur Image

These Pokemon can deal massive amounts of damage at long range. It is best to not face them head-on as you may get kited down. Instead, get close to these Pokemon using your Heavy Slam or Flail while avoiding their attacks, if you can.

Best Teammates for Snorlax

Pokemon Explanation
Alolan Ninetales ImageAlolan Ninetales Can setup Alolan Ninetale's moves
Snorlax by itself cannnot deal much damage, but can help the team deal damage. One teammate that can benefit from being with Snorlax is Alolan Ninetales. Snorlax can disable enemies and setup Ninetales to do their high damaging combo.
Cramorant ImageCramorant Can protect Cramorant when using Unite move
Another Pokemon with high damage but no defense is Cramorant. Snorlax can protect Cramorant while it uses one of the most damaging Unite moves with Block and Heavy Slam.
Eldegoss ImageEldegoss Can keep Snorlax alive for longer
Snorlax is already one of the hardest to knock out Pokemon in the game, with Eldegoss by its side, Snorlax will be an unstoppable Juggernaut. It will take a lot of damage to bring Snorlax low, and with Eldegoss' heal and shields, it'll take even more damage.

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Snorlax Moves

Move Slot 1 (R)

Tackle ImageTackle
(Lv. 1 or 3)
Move Type: Dash
Damage Type: Physical
Cooldown: 6s
Total Damage: 862 (Lv. 3)
Has the user charge forward belly first, dealing damage when it hits and shoving the first opposing Pokemon it comes in contract with. After this move, the user's next basic attack becomes a boosted attack.
Flail ImageFlail
(Lv. 6)
Upgrade Lv. 12
Move Type: Hindrance
Damage Type: Status
Cooldown: 6.5s
Has the user flail about and increases its movement speed for a short time. Increases the user's basic attack damage the lower the user's HP is and decreases the movement speed of opposing Pokemon for a short time when basic attacks hit. Upgrade: Increases the damage of this move. If the user has low HP while using this move, its basic attacks that hit opposing Pokemon will restore the user's HP.
Heavy Slam ImageHeavy Slam
(Lv. 6)
Upgrade Lv. 12
Move Type: Dash
Damage Type: Physical
Cooldown: 7s
Total Damage: 899 (Lv. 6) / 1717 (Lv. 15)
Has the user slam its heavy body down, dealing damage to opposing Pokemon in the area of effect and throwing them. Upgrade: Increases daamge dealt by this move.

Move Slot 2 (ZR)

Rest ImageRest
(Lv. 1 or 3)
Move Type: Hindrance
Damage Type: Status
Cooldown: 10s
Has the user fall asleep on the spot and restores its HP. Blocks the movement of all Pokemon not on the user's team while this move is in effect.
Yawn ImageYawn
(Lv. 8)
Upgrade Lv. 14
Move Type: Hindrance
Damage Type: Status
Cooldown: 12s
Has the user let loose a huge yawn that lulls opposing Pokemon into a sleepy haze, putting opposing Pokemon hit by this move to sleep. Upgrade: Also decreases the movement speed of opposing Pokemon for a short time when this move hits.
Block ImageBlock
(Lv. 8)
Upgrade Lv. 14
Move Type: Hindrance
Damage Type: Status
Cooldown: 11s
Has the user spread its arms wide to create a wall and grants it a shield. Prevents opposing Pokemon from passing through the wall and shoves them if they run into it. Upgrade: Reduces the damage the user receives while this move is in effect.

Unite Moves (ZL)

Power Nap ImagePower Nap
(Lv. 10)
Move Type: Buff
Damage Type: Physical
Cooldown: 128s
Total Damage: 2398 (Lv. 10) / 3354 (Lv. 15)
Has the user go to sleep and begin snoring, dealing damage over time to opposing Pokemon in the area of effect and throwing them. While sleeping, the user becomes immune to hindrances and its HP is continually restored.

Standard Attack

Standard Attack Image Standard Attack Becomes a boosted attack with every third attack. When this boosted attack hits, it deals damage to nearby opposing Pokemon and decreases their movement speed for a short time.

Ability (Passive)

Gluttony ImageGluttony
Snorlax IconSnorlax

Increases the Pokemon's movement speed when moving toward Berries. Increases the effects gained from eating Berries.

Snorlax Stats & Evolutions

Snorlax Evolutions

This Pokémon does not evolve.

Snorlax Stats

Level HP Defense Special Defense Attack Damage
1 3300 97 67 175
2 3535 114 79 181
3 3793 133 92 188
4 4077 154 106 195
5 4389 177 122 203
6 4733 202 139 212
7 5111 230 158 222
8 5528 260 179 233
9 5987 294 202 245
10 6493 331 228 258
11 7050 372 256 272
12 7663 417 287 288
13 8338 466 321 305
14 9081 520 359 324
15 9899 580 400 345

Attack Damage is the damage of the Basic Attack as tested against the Training Dummy.

Snorlax In-Game Stat Listings

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Snorlax Skins (Holowear)

SnorlaxBeach StyleBeach Style
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Odds: 0.8%
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Zirco Trading:
Aeos Gems 350 / Holowear Ticket 18
SnorlaxOrange Unite StyleOrange Unite Style
Zirco Trading:
Aeos Gems 350 / Holowear Ticket 18
SnorlaxCook StyleCook Style
Zirco Trading:
Aeos Gems 2199
SnorlaxConcert StyleConcert Style
Zirco Trading:
Aeos Gems 400
SnorlaxBedtime StyleBedtime Style
Zirco Trading:
Aeos Gems 400

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