Attack, Special Attack, Defense, and Special Defense are stats found in Pokemon UNITE. This page lists all Pokemon stats and will teach you the different effects of each stat type for Held Items, Battle Items, and Pokemon Moves. Continue reading to learn more about each stats and the difference between Physical and Special stats!
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|Pokemon||HP||Atk Dmg||Def||Sp. Def|
The Attack stat affects both Standard Attacks, as well as Moves for Pokemon which have their damage type classified as Physical.
For example, Greninja is a Physical Attacker, so all of its Standard Attacks and Moves will use the Attack stat and have their damage boosted by items like Muscle Band.
The Special Attack stat affects Moves for Pokemon which have their damage type classified as Special.
For example, Pikachu is a Special Attacker, so while its Standard Attacks will be affected by Attack, its Moves are affected by Special Attack, and have their damage boosted by items like Sp. Atk. Specs and Choice Specs.
Items and moves that increases your Defense refers to the amount of damage you reduce from Pokemon Moves that are labeled as Physical.
For example, the Held Item Rocky Helmet increases your Defense. This means that if an enemy Greninja attacks you with the move Surf you won't take as much damage!
Items and moves that increases your Special Defense refers to the amount of damage you reduce from Pokemon Moves that are labeled as Special.
For example, the Held Item Focus Band increases your Special Defense. This means that if Pikachu uses the skill Thunder Shock, your Pokemon will take reduced damage!
Critical Damage determines how much damage a critical hit will deal, while Critical Rate determines how often a Pokemon can score a critical hit.
This means that your attacks will do 200 Damage 50% of the time.
Critical Hits and Critical Damage currently only affects the basic attacks of Pokemon and Moves that explicitly say they can crit.
|Scope Lens||The Scope Lens significantly increases a Pokemon's critical hit rate and critical damage. This Held Item is very effective for Pokemon who rely on basic attacks as their primary source of damage.|
|Razor Claw||Razor Claw also increases a Pokemon's critical hit rate but only increases Attack.|
Currently, Scope Lens and Razor Claw both increases critical rates. However, only Scope Lens increases critical damage because Razor Claw only increases Attack.
|Float Stone||The Float Stone is one of the few Held Items in the game which increases your Pokemon's movement speed. This item is very effective for any role in the game.|
Movement speed determines how fast a Pokemon moves. This can be increased by Held Items, as shown on the example above.
Yes, your Pokemon will lose movement speed when attacked. Some Pokemon moves can also prevent you from moving, so watch out!
When you're inflicted with the Slow status effect, your Pokemon's movement speed decreases.
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