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Pokemon UNITE - Wigglytuff Guide Builds Best Items and Moveset

The best guide on how to play Wigglytuff 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!

Wigglytuff Latest Nerfs & Buffs (9/28)

Version 1.7.1.7 Patch Notes

Wigglytuff Move Changes (September 28)
Pound Image
Pound
• Damage increased from 914 to 1050. (+14%)
Dazzling Gleam Image
Dazzling Gleam
• Cooldown reduced from 4.5s to 4s. (-0.5s)
Starlight Recital Image
Starlight Recital
• Recharge rate increased. Standing recharge from 0% to 100% is reduced from 134s to 92s. (-42s)

Stat Updates

1.2.1.3 Sp. Attack decreased.
1.1.1.4 HP increased from 8002 to 9452 (+18%). Defense increased from 200 to 539 (+170%). Sp. Defense increased from 149 to 482 (+223%).

Pound

1.3.1.2 Bug Fixes
1.2.1.3 Damage reduced from 936 to 704 (-28.3%).
1.7.1.7 Damage increased from 914 to 1050. (+14%)

Double Slap

1.1.1.4 Damage dealt to opposing Pokemon increased from 352 to 438 (+24%) per hit.
1.7.1.2 Cooldown decreased from 5s to 4.5s (-0.5s). Damage increased from 2190 to 3054 (+39%).

Sing

1.2.1.3 Fixed issue where the Pokemon put to sleep would not wake up after being hit with an attack.
1.1.1.4 Status Effect duration increased from 1s to 1.5s.

Dazzling Gleam

1.2.1.3 Damage reduced from 2191 to 1839 (-17.47%).
1.1.1.4 Fixed a bug where Dazzling Gleam was not dealing damage to some Wild Pokemon.
1.7.1.7 Cooldown reduced from 4.5s to 4s. (-0.5s)

Starlight Recital

1.3.1.7 Shield effect weakened. Duration of shield effects on the user decreased.
1.1.1.6 Fixed a bug where the Unite Move Gauge could not be actively built up after use.
1.7.1.7 Recharge rate increased. Standing recharge from 0% to 100% is reduced from 134s to 92s. (-42s)

Cute Charm

1.2.1.3 Passive activation interval adjusted.

Wigglytuff Basic Info

Wigglytuff
Wigglytuff.jpg
Tier Rating: A Rank Icon

Role: Supporter
Attack Type: Melee
Damage Type: Special
Difficulty: Intermediate
Cost:
"Wigglytuff learns lots of moves that can stop opponents in their tracks, making it well-suited to using teamwork tactics with its allies in battle."

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Wigglytuff Best Lanes

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

Strengths and Weaknesses

Strengths Weaknesses
✔︎ Decent disabler
✔︎ High damage potential for a Supporter
✔︎ High defensive stats
✖︎ Needs team coordination
✖︎ Relatively weak late game

Best Builds for Wigglytuff

Builds

The Best Build for Wigglytuff is the one with the gold crown!

Singing Support Build

Singing Support Build
Pokemon UNITE - Best Build Icon
Moveset Held Items
Battle Item
Item Effects
(at Level 30)
Recommended Lane
Defense: +30
Sp. Def: +30
Movement Speed: +150
HP: +690
Pokemon UNITE - Bot Lane Recommendation Yes Bot Lane
Emblem Color Combination Target Emblem Stats
Positive Stats:
HP
Defense
Sp. Def
Free Negative Stats:
Attack
Movement Speed
Critical-Hit Rate
Note:
The emblem color and stats here are suggestions only. The builds are still viable even without the suggested emblems.

This is a support build focused on disrupting and stunning enemies using Sing and Dazzling Gleam, setting up knockdowns for your team to take advantage of.

Since you will be focusing on defensive plays, Exp. Share is a great item to carry for helping your teammates level up faster. Additionally, the extra durability and movement speed are essential for getting in position with Sing. Focus Band boosts your defenses and provides survivability, enabling you to charge targets fearlessly. Lastly, Buddy Barrier synergizes well with your Unite Move, granting bonus protection on top of the shielding you get from your Unite Move.

Eject Button is your repositioning tool to either chase targets or escape from them.

Your Boost Emblem loadout should consist of 4 Blue and Purple Emblems for additional defenses and 2 White Emblems for a bit of HP. Equip Emblems that improve HP, Defense, or Sp. Def since you need to be as durable as possible when charging in and setting up kills with Sing and Dazzling Gleam. You can freely trade Attack, Critical-Hit, and Movement Speed.

Damage Dealer Build

Damage Dealer Build
Moveset Held Items
Battle Item
Item Effects
(at Level 30)
Recommended Lane
Sp. Atk: +78
Defense: +30
Sp. Def: +30
Pokemon UNITE - Top Lane Recommendation Yes Top Lane
Pokemon UNITE - Bot Lane Recommendation Yes Bot Lane
Emblem Color Combination Target Emblem Stats
Positive Stats:
Sp. Atk
Free Negative Stats:
Attack
Movement Speed
Critical-Hit Rate
Note:
The emblem color and stats here are suggestions only. The builds are still viable even without the suggested emblems.

This build emphasizes dealing damage using Rollout and Double Slap. If you can ensure that your target can hit a wall when using Rollout, you can continuously deal damage due to Rollout's cooldown refresh effect.

Choice Specs and Wise Glasses amplifies your damage output, particularly for Double Slap. Focus Band is mainly for extra survivability when you use your Unite Move to stay alive. You can substitute Focus Band with Buddy Barrier, sacrificing team fight for better defenses.

Eject Button adds more mobility on top of Rollout and can be used offensively or defensively.

Your Boost Emblem loadout should consist of 6 Green Emblems to maximize your moves' damage and 4 Emblems of any color. Equip Emblems that improve Sp. Atk since you'd want to deal as much damage as you can with your moves. You can freely trade Attack, Critical-Hit Rate, and Movement Speed.

Initiator Build

Initiator Build
Moveset Held Items
Battle Item
Item Effects
(at Level 30)
Recommended Lane
Sp. Atk: +39
Defense: +30
Sp. Def: +30
HP: +450
Pokemon UNITE - Top Lane Recommendation Yes Top Lane
Pokemon UNITE - Bot Lane Recommendation Yes Bot Lane
Emblem Color Combination Target Emblem Stats
Positive Stats:
HP
Sp. Atk
Free Negative Stats:
Attack
Movement Speed
Critical-Hit Rate
Note:
The emblem color and stats here are suggestions only. The builds are still viable even without the suggested emblems.

This is a well-balanced build centered around charging and disabling enemies using Sing and following up with Double Slap, ensuring that enemies receive Double Slap's full damage.

Choice Specs, Focus Band, and Buddy Barrier provide durability, survivability, and damage as you charge enemies with Sing and Double Slap. Buddy Barrier also provides a better team fight when you use your Unite Move.

Eject Button is a must-have battle item for this build, giving you a tool to better set up for your team.

Your Boost Emblem loadout should consist of 6 Green Emblems to maximize your moves' damage and 4 White Emblems for additional HP. Equip Emblems that improve Sp. Atk or HP since you'd want to balance offense and defense for the build. You can freely trade Attack, Critical-Hit Rate, and Movement Speed.

Wigglytuff Best Items & Moveset

Best Held Items

Item Explanation
Exp. Share.pngExp. Share Exp. Share gives Wigglytuff extra movement speed to maneuver around the battlefield. It also allows it to keep up in EXP as it supports its teammates.
Buddy Barrier.pngBuddy Barrier Buddy Barrier's shield bonus makes Wigglytuff essentially impervious to damage as it activates its unite move.
Focus Band.pngFocus Band Focus Band Provides extra defenses for Wigglytuff as it charges towards the enemy team to disable them.
Wise Glasses.pngWise Glasses Wise Glasses significantly increases Wigglytuff's Special Attack stat, which helps it deal more damage.
Choice Specs.pngChoice Specs Choice Specs add bonus Special Attack damage on top of Wigglytuff's moves.

List of Held Items

Best Battle Items

Item Explanation
Fluffy Tail.pngFluffy Tail Fluffy Tail allows Wigglytuff to secure contested Wild Pokemon in the lanes as well as objectives.
X Speed.pngX Speed X Speed enables Wigglytuff to effectively zone the lane and keep opponents at bay coupled with your Sing.

List of Battle Items

Best Moveset

Move Explanation
Dazzling Gleam ImageDazzling Gleam Sing can disable multiple enemies at once with its sleep effect. This is especially useful for disrupting the enemy team as a clash takes place.
Sing ImageSing Dazzling Gleam's wide range and decent damage makes it a good offensive move to have. Additionally, it can slow down enemies once it is upgraded.

Dazzling Gleam and Sing enable Wigglytuff to be both an offensive and support powerhouse. You can learn Rollout instead if you prefer a more direct way of dealing damage and disabling opponents. Since there is no significant difference one move has on the other, you can freely choose over Double Slap and Dazzling Gleam for your damaging move.

Which Moveset Do You Think is Best For Wigglytuff?

Dazzling Gleam & Sing 34
Votes
Dazzling Gleam & Rollout 2
Votes
Double Slap & Sing 43
Votes
Double Slap & Rollout 14
Votes

Let us know why in the comments!

Previous Poll Result

Dazzling Gleam & Sing 37
Votes
Dazzling Gleam & Rollout 1
Votes
Double Slap & Sing 48
Votes
Double Slap & Rollout 4
Votes

How to Play Wigglytuff

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Help Allies Farm

Pokemon UNITE - Wigglytuff Helping Duraludon Farm .png

During the early game, it is important to aid your allies in farming Wild Pokemon and help them reach high levels. Pound will be a useful tool for providing consistent damage while also ensuring you get the last hit while farming. Also, it is best to not overextend and get too much aggressive as Defense Curl's cooldown is a bit long for you to use it consistently.

Support Your Allies with Offense

Pokemon UNITE - Wigglytuff Pair with an Attacker

Unlike other Supporters in the roster, Wigglytuff's kit does not offer the traditional heals and shields. Instead, it utilizes damage and disables to generate an advantage for the team. Although its damage output is not up to par with other moves in the roster, they are enough to pressure opponents and open up easy knockdowns if you get to chain them properly.

Initiate Fights With Sing

Pokemon UNITE - Wigglytuff Initiate Fights with Sing

Sing is a core part of Wigglytuff's support game. The Slow and Defense Down effects are strong, but note that ends as soon as the move ends so it's best to work with your ally or a jungler to set them up and knock them down. To create an early lead, use Sing as much as you can and take advantage of the bonus movement speed.

Sing: Wigglytuff Move Effect and Cooldown

Disable Multiple Enemies with Rollout

Pokemon UNITE - Wigglytuff Disabling Alolan Ninetales with Rollout

Wigglytuff's other move, Rollout, offers great disruption opportunities while giving Wigglytuff protection and mobility. Use to knock up and stun multiple enemies in your path during a clash. Combining it with a Double Slap or Dazzling Gleam gives you a nice combo that also sets up enemies for your allies to take advantage of. Rollout also provides decent shields and makes Wigglytuff unstoppable for a short time, allowing it to easily disengage from fights when needed.

Rollout: Wigglytuff Move Effect and Cooldown

Play Defensively Against Enemy Supporters

Pokemon UNITE - Wigglytuff Leading the Charge with Sing

If the enemy team has their own support Pokemon, it is best to ignore them and focus on supporting your team. Blissey may prove difficult since it can negate disables with Safeguard. Eldegoss, on the other hand, can sustain itself with heals while it fights back with Pollen Puff explosions. Needless to say, squaring off against support Pokemon will be too much of a grind. It is best to let your allies focus down their support Pokemon before you can continue disrupting the enemy team.

Avoid Brawling with All-Rounders

Pokemon UNITE - Wigglytuff Retreating from Aegislash Fight

Although Wigglytuff is sturdy enough to endure multiple hits while in a skirmish, getting caught in a fight between an All-Rounder can be too difficult to handle. Pokemon like Aegislash and Lucario have great burst capabilities, which can fight through Wigglytuff's disables. Additionally, a Pokemon like Machamp can learn the move Submission which makes it immune to hindrances, thus negating your disabling moves. Additionally, the Pokemon is tough enough to sustain Wigglytuff's damaging moves.

Extend Rollout by Bumping Walls

Pokemon UNITE - Wigglytuff Rollout Bounce

Use Rollout in tight spaces with walls to continuously bounce between them, maximizing the damage dealt while disabling enemies caught between the walls. To set this up, lure enemies in tight spaces then cast Rollout towards the walls, not towards the enemies. This ensures that Wigglytuff will bounce back and forth between the walls.

Rollout: Wigglytuff Move Effect and Cooldown

Resets Double Slap or Dazzling Gleam Cooldown

Bouncing on walls also resets the cooldown of Double Slap or Dazzling Gleam, allowing you to chain them together if you get to bounce walls multiple times.

Use Unite Move to Protect and Save Allies

Pokemon UNITE - Wigglytuff Using Unite Move

Wigglytuff's Unite move, Starlight Recital, provides shields and cleanses debuffs of all your allies. It is no good at turning the tide if there's no damage accompanying it, so use it in situations where you and your allies will definitely lose if they die, like during a Rayquaza clash.

Progression and Leveling Guide

Level Objectives
1 - 3 • Secure as many wild Pokemon as you can to level up quickly
• If you're at the bottom lane, prioritize taking Indeedees for more exp.
4 - 8 • Get aggressive once you have Sing or Rollout and Dazzling Gleam or Double Slap
• If possible, reach level 8 to get Starlight Recital before or when boss Pokemon spawn
• Help your allies secure Regieleki and/or Regice, Registeel, or Regirock
9+ • Stick with your allies to hunt targets, secure objectives, and push lanes
• Level up as much as you can before Rayquaza spawns
• Make sure that Starlight Recital is available when Rayquaza spawns
• Use Starlight Recital immediately when a teamfight starts
• Help your allies secure Rayquaza

Wigglytuff Combos

Defense Curl Stun Combo

Defense Curl Stun Combo
Defense Curl IconStandard Attack IconPound IconStandard Attack Icon ~
Pokemon UNITE - Wigglytuff Defense Curl Stun Combo
This is Wigglytuff's early game combo great for pressuring a single target. Before engaging, make sure that you have a full boosted attack meter. Once you do, engage the target using Defense Curl so you can stun them in place. Then, use your boosted attack to stun them further. After that, deal damage with Pound and Standard Attacks.

Wake Up Combo

Wake Up Combo
Sing IconStandard Attack Icon x3 ► Dazzling Gleam Icon or Double Slap Icon
Pokemon UNITE - Wigglytuff Wake Up Combo
This is an initiator combo that disables enemies within an area. Start by engaging opponents with Sing. While the move is active, circle your targets while hitting them with Standard Attacks. When you manage to inflict sleep on an opponent, use either Dazzling Gleam or Double Slap and deal the full amount of damage.

Ultimate Recital Disable Combo

Ultimate Recital Disable Combo
Sing IconStarlight Recital IconDazzling Gleam Icon or Double Slap Icon
Pokemon UNITE - Wigglytuff Ultimate Recital Disable Combo
Sing ► or Double Slap
This combo takes advantage of Wigglytuff's Unite Move to protect allies and inflict sleep during a team fight. Start by activating Sing to take advantage of its movement speed increase. Go to the middle of the fight and activate Starlight Recital. After that, get aggressive and fight back with either a Dazzling Gleam or Double Slap.

Matchups & Counters for Wigglytuff

Wigglytuff Matchups

Hard Counter
CharizardCinderaceCrustleMachampSnorlaxVenusaur
Fair Matchup
AbsolAegislashAlolan NinetalesAzumarillBlastoiseBlisseyDragoniteDuraludonEldegossGarchompGardevoirGlaceonGreedentHoopaMamoswineMewMr. MimePikachuSlowbroTalonflameTrevenantTyranitarZeraora
Good Matchup
BuzzwoleCramorantDecidueyeDelphoxDodrioEspeonGengarGreninjaLucarioSylveonTsareena
Matchup Notes
Hard CounterHard Counter Even MatchupEven Matchup Easy MatchupEasy Matchup
1. The chart is based on our own experience playing Wigglytuff.
2. Pokemon within each tier are unordered
3. Any Pokemon not shown here are still under investigation.

Hard Counter by Nullifying Disables

Pokemon that can counter Wigglytuff's disables or prevent it from setting them up are the best Pokemon to use against it.

Best Counters

Pokemon Explanation
Machamp ImageMachamp Rating: ★★★★★
• Can ignore all off Wigglytuff's disables and lock it down using Submission.
• Can shred through Starlight Recital's shields using Barrage Blow and Close Combat.
Snorlax ImageSnorlax Rating: ★★★★
• Can shove Wigglytuff around and gain immunity using Block, particularly against Sing.
• Has a better disable via Heavy Slam and Yawn.
• Can ignore disables while recovering HP using Power Nap.
Cinderace ImageCinderace Rating: ★★★★
• Can easily reposition using Blaze Kick and/or Flame Charge to avoid Sing or Rollout.
• Can shred through Starlight Recital's shields thanks to its hard-hitting and rapid attacks.
Crustle ImageCrustle Rating: ★★★★
• Can prevent Wigglytuff from setting up its moves using Rock Tomb or shove it back with X-Scissor
• Can easily retreat using Shell Smash when being chased with Sing
• Can also generate a shield and fight back using Rubble Rouser.

Even Matchups for Wigglytuff

Wigglytuff can take on these Pokemon if it can set up Sing or Rollout properly, then follow up with Double Slap or Dazzling Gleam.

Approach with Caution

Pokemon with Burst Damage and Disables
Alolan Ninetales Image Gardevoir Image Mr. Mime Image Mew Image Pikachu Image
How to Beat
• If you're using Sing, try to dodge their disables when approaching them.
If you're using Rollout, head straight for them, then immediately follow up with Double Slap or Dazzling Gleam.
• Negate their burst damage using Starlight Recital, especially during teamfights.
• For Alolan Ninetales, just avoid bumping into Avalanche's wall when using Rollout
• For Mr. Mime, avoid bumping into Barriers when charging in with Rollout. However, you can try to take advantage of the Barriers by bouncing off them to trigger the reset if they're conveniently positioned. Always try to break the link of Guard Swap whenever you can to retain your durability.

Disrupt their Attacks

Physical Damage Dealers
Absol Image Aegislash Image Azumarill Image Dragonite Image Duraludon Image Garchomp Image Glaceon Image
How to Beat
• Disrupt their attacks using Sing and/or Dazzling Gleam
• Negate their damage with Starlight Recital, especially during teamfights
• For Aegislash, avoid hitting it when it uses Wide Guard and try to dodge Sacred Sword to prevent it from gaining boosted stacks.
• For Garchomp, try to dodge Dragon Rush and Dragon Claw to prevent it from quickly stacking its boosted attacks.

Punish their Aggression

Pokemon that Dive Into Fights
Dodrio Image Talonflame Image Zeraora Image
How to Beat
• Charge towards them and punish them with Sing or Rollout and immediately follow up with Double Slap or Dazzling Gleam when they dive in, especially when they miss.
• Use Starlight Recital to negate their burst damage, especially in teamfights.

Disrupt their Support

Supporters
Blissey Image Eldegoss Image Hoopa Image
How to Beat
• Prevent them from healing, shielding, and buffing their allies using Sing and/or Dazzling Gleam
• Try to burst them down first while their disabled to take out their team's support
• Since they're most likely sticking with their allies, you can also group up with your team to face them in a clash.

Group Up with Allies

Durable Pokemon with Crowd Control
Blastoise Image Greedent Image Mamoswine Image Slowbro Image Trevenant Image Tyranitar Image
How to Beat
• Group up with allies to take them down.
• Disrupt their crowd control using Sing and/or Dazzling Gleam
• For Blastoise and Greedent, protect yourself and your team from Rapid Spin and Belch or Bullet Seed using Starlight Recital
• For Mamoswine and Trevenant, avoid getting shoved around by Ice Fang, High Horsepower, and Horn Leech.
• For Slowbro, avoid getting locked down by Telekinesis and/or Slowbeam during teamfights.

Easy Matchups for Wigglytuff

Easy matchups are Pokemon that are susceptible to getting disabled and bursted down.

Disrupt their Combos

Combo-heavy Pokemon
Gengar Image Lucario Image Tsareena Image
How to Beat
• Disrupt their combos using Sing or Rollout and/or Dazzling Gleam.
• Retaliate with Double Slap while their disabled.
• Negate their damage using Starlight Recital, especially during teamfights.
• For Gengar, you only need to dodge Sludge Bomb or Dream Eater to prevent it from doing its combo.

Disrupt their Attacks

Physcial Damage Dealers
Buzzwole Image Decidueye Image Greninja Image
How to Beat
• Disrupt their attacks using Sing or Rollout and/or Dazzling Gleam
• Negate their damage using Starlight Recital, especially during teamfights.
• For Decidueye, if it's using Spirit Shackle, try to dodge the arrows as you approach the Pokemon.

Head Straight for Them

Fragile Burst-type Pokemon
Cramorant Image Delphox Image Espeon Image Sylveon Image
How to Beat
• Head straight for them using Sing or Rollout while dodging their disables.
• Disable or burst them using Dazzling Gleam or Double Slap
• Negate their burst damage using Starlight Recital, especially during teamfights.
• For Delphox, refrain from fighting inside Fanciful Fireworks even if you're shielded.

Best Teammates for Wigglytuff

Pokemon Explanation
Crustle ImageCrustle
Snorlax ImageSnorlax
Defend and Setup Wigglytuff
Having a defender to take the enemy Pokemon attacks and help setup your moves can make it much easier for Wigglytuff. Wigglytuff's moves can also synergize with both of these defenders, disabling enemy Pokemon for much longer.
Alolan Ninetales ImageAlolan Ninetales
Cramorant ImageCramorant
Can Follow Up with Damage
Wigglytuff by itself does not deal much damage. But, having an Attacker to deal damage while you disable the enemy Pokemon is ideal. Alolan Ninetales and Cramorant have high damaging combos that can delete enemy Pokemon. Wigglytuff's disables can ensure these combos hit.

Wigglytuff Moves

Move Slot 1 (R)

Pound ImagePound
(Lv. 1 or 2)
Move Type: Melee
Damage Type: Special
Cooldown: 5s
Total Damage: 808 (Per hit: 404 x2) / 1050 (Per hit: 525 x2)
Has the user perform a combo attack in front of itself, dealing damage to opposing Pokémon and decreasing their movement speed for a short time when the attack hits.
Dazzling Gleam ImageDazzling Gleam
(Lv. 6)
Upgrade Lv. 10
Move Type: Area
Damage Type: Special
Cooldown: 4s
Total Damage: 1189 / 1839
Emits a powerful flash in the designated direction, dealing damage to opposing Pokémon in the area of effect twice. Upgrade: Also decreses the movement speed of opposing Pokemon for a short time when the first hit of this move deals damage to them
Double Slap ImageDouble Slap
(Lv. 6)
Upgrade Lv. 10
Move Type: Melee
Damage Type: Special
Cooldown: 4.5s
Total Damage: 1650 / 3054
Has the user perform a combo attack in front of itself, dealing damage to opposing Pokémon and decreasing their movement speed for a short time when the attack hits. Increases the number of attacks for this move.

Move Slot 2 (ZR)

Defense Curl ImageDefense Curl
(Lv. 1 or 2)
Move Type: Hindrance
Damage Type: Status
Cooldown: 8s
Has the user perform a quick roll, granting it a shield and throwing any opposing Pokémon hit by the roll. Hitting an obstacle while rolling will change the direction the user is moving and reset the cooldown of Pound, Double Slap, or Dazzling Gleam.
Sing ImageSing
(Lv. 4)
Upgrade Lv. 12
Move Type: Area
Damage Type: Status
Cooldown: 10s
Has the user sing, decreasing the movement speed of nearby opposing Pokémon for a short time. Opposing Pokémon that stay in the move's area of effect for a while are put to sleep for a short time, which also decreases their Defense and Sp. Def. Using this move increases the user's movement speed for a short time.
Rollout ImageRollout
(Lv. 4)
Upgrade Lv. 12
Move Type: Hindrance
Damage Type: Special
Cooldown: 10s
Total Damage: 699 / 1081
Has the user perform a quick roll, granting it a shield. Also deals damage to any opposing Pokémon hit by the roll and throws them. Hitting an obstacle while rolling will change the direction the user is moving and reset the cooldown of Pound, Double Slap, or Dazzling Gleam. Upgrade: increases the length of time opposing Pokemon are thrown.

Unite Moves (ZL)

Starlight Recital ImageStarlight Recital
(Lv. 8)
Move Type: Buff
Damage Type:
Cooldown: 92s
Total Damage:
Has the user begin performing a recital, granting itself and nearby ally Pokémon a shield as well as removing all status conditions from the affected Pokémon and making them immune to hindrances for a short time.
After using Starlight Recital, Wigglytuff gains the following buff(s) for a few seconds:

Shield granted. Movement Speed increased and reduced move cooldowns for a short time.

Standard Attack

Standard Attack Image Standard Attack Becomes a boosted attack with every third attack, dealing damage to opposing Pokemon and spinning them around, stunning them when it hits.

Ability (Passive)

Cute Charm ImageCute Charm All Evolution Stages
When the Pokemon is hit by an opposing Pokemon's attack at close range, it makes that opposing Pokemon infatuated for a short time. Infatuated opposing Pokemon become enthralled and approach the infatuating Pokemon against their will. This Ability goes on cooldown after it's triggered.

Wigglytuff Stats & Evolutions

Wigglytuff Evolutions

1st Evolution Final Evolution
Jigglypuff.pngJigglypuff
(Lv. 1)
Jigglypuff.pngWigglytuff
(Lv. 4)

Wigglytuff Stats

Level HP Defense Special Defense Attack Damage
1 3278 90 80 130
2 3415 100 89 134
3 3575 111 99 139
4 4372 169 151 162
5 4581 184 165 168
6 4821 201 181 175
7 5097 221 199 183
8 5414 244 220 192
9 5779 271 244 203
10 6199 302 271 215
11 6681 337 302 229
12 7236 377 338 245
13 7874 424 424 264
14 8608 477 427 285
15 9452 539 482 310

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

Wigglytuff In-Game Stat Listings

Offense Endurance Mobility Scoring Support
1 Star.png 2.5 Stars.png 2.5 Stars.png 2 Stars.png 3.5 Stars.png

Wigglytuff Skins (Holowear)

Holowear
WigglytuffBonfire StyleBonfire Style
Zirco Trading:
Aeos Gems 350 / Holowear Ticket 18
WigglytuffBedtime StyleBedtime Style
Zirco Trading:
Aeos Gems 1050
WigglytuffFrontier StyleFrontier Style
Zirco Trading:
Aeos Gems 1050
WigglytuffPastel StylePastel Style
Event:
Egg Exchange
WigglytuffSongstress StyleSongstress Style

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Pokemon UNITE - Tsareena IconTsareena Pokemon UNITE - Tyranitar IconTyranitar Pokemon UNITE - VenusaurVenusaur Pokemon UNITE - WigglytuffWigglytuff
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Top 5 Master Rank Picks & Win Rate

All data is based on Season 06 Master Rank Top 100.
Last Updated: September 20, 2022
Pokemon Tier Most Played % Average Win %
Pokemon UNITE - Mew IconMew SS Tier 33% 71.9%
Pokemon UNITE - Mr. Mime IconMr. Mime SS Tier 29% 75.6%
Pokemon UNITE - Aegislash Icon Aegislash S Tier 7% 75.4%
Charizard IconCharizard A Tier 4% 74.7%
Glaceon IconGlaceon S Tier 4% 75.3%

Top Picked Pokemon Per Role

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Pokemon UNITE - Mew IconMew Pokemon UNITE - Mr. Mime IconMr. Mime Pokemon UNITE - Aegislash Icon Aegislash Pokemon UNITE - Snorlax IconSnorlax Pokemon UNITE - Absol Icon Absol

Master Rank: Top Ranked Win Rates

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