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Attack, Special Attack, Defense, and Special Defense are stats found in Pokemon UNITE. This page lists all Pokemon stats and will show 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 Attack types!

All Pokemon Stats

Full Stat Table

- The numbers shown below are Level 15 stats taken in-game. Sort the table by tapping on the headers!
- Aegislash's stats are for its Sword Forme / Shield Forme.

Pokemon HP Atk Dmg Def Sp. Def
Absol Image Absol 6000 610 259 180
Aegislash Image Aegislash 7302 537/357 250/650 174/474
Alolan Ninetales Image Alolan Ninetales 6299 289 175 135
Azumarill Image Azumarill 7850 461 399 319
Blastoise Image Blastoise 9800 292 599 420
Blissey Image Blissey 10000 341 200 300
Buzzwole Image Buzzwole 7800 452 468 329
Charizard Image Charizard 7700 460 350 269
Cinderace Image Cinderace 5399 418 250 149
Clefable Image Clefable 8000 300 200 150
Cramorant Image Cramorant 6301 286 300 200
Crustle Image Crustle 9900 344 580 400
Decidueye Image Decidueye 5152 450/540 250 150
Delphox Image Delphox 6290 292 174 139
Dodrio Image Dodrio 6300 625 298 200
Dragonite Image Dragonite 7750 520 415 316
Duraludon Image Duraludon 5397 500 301 200
Eldegoss Image Eldegoss 8002 310 200 149
Espeon Image Espeon 6320 289 175 135
Garchomp Image Garchomp 7705 516 472 367
Gardevoir Image Gardevoir 6320 334 174 138
Gengar Image Gengar 7200 364 260 189
Glaceon Image Glaceon 6350 469 175 134
Greedent Image Greedent 9099 345 433 360
Greninja Image Greninja 5152 460 250 149
Hoopa Image Hoopa 7902 309 299 200
Lucario Image Lucario 7249 429 390 300
Machamp Image Machamp 7650 479 490 320
Mamoswine Image Mamoswine 9648 325 510 379
Mew Image Mew 6500 300 230 180
Mr. Mime Image Mr. Mime 9402 296 420 361
Pikachu Image Pikachu 6300 290 175 135
Scizor Image Scizor 8100 460 510 410
Scyther Image Scyther 6450 630 300 200
Slowbro Image Slowbro 9416 292 421 360
Snorlax Image Snorlax 9899 345 580 440
Sylveon Image Sylveon 7148 363 260 191
Talonflame Image Talonflame 6300 623 290 200
Trevenant Image Trevenant 9599 330 520 421
Tsareena Image Tsareena 7298 460 400 323
Tyranitar Image Tyranitar 8350 485 500 375
Venusaur Image Venusaur 6500 293 225 170
Wigglytuff Image Wigglytuff 9452 310 539 482
Zeraora Image Zeraora 6319 649 300 200
Zoroark Image Zoroark 6200 670 260 180

Pokemon Ranking by Stat

Pokemon Ranking by Stat
Pokemon UNITE - HP Ranking Partial BannerHP Ranking Pokemon UNITE - Defense Ranking Partial BannerDefense Ranking
Pokemon UNITE - Special Defense Ranking Partial BannerSp. Def. Ranking Pokemon UNITE - Basic Attack Ranking Partial BannerBasic Attack Ranking

Attack and Special Attack Explained

What is Attack Stat?

Pokemon UNITE - Attack Stat

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.

Pokemon Using the Attack Stat for Moves

Absol Image Absol Aegislash Image Aegislash Azumarill Image Azumarill Buzzwole Image Buzzwole
Charizard Image Charizard Cinderace Image Cinderace Crustle Image Crustle Decidueye Image Decidueye
Dodrio Image Dodrio Dragonite Image Dragonite Duraludon Image Duraludon Garchomp Image Garchomp
Greedent Image Greedent Greninja Image Greninja Lucario Image Lucario Machamp Image Machamp
Mamoswine Image Mamoswine Scizor Image Scizor Snorlax Image Snorlax Talonflame Image Talonflame
Trevenant Image Trevenant Tsareena Image Tsareena Tyranitar Image Tyranitar Zeraora Image Zeraora
Zoroark Image Zoroark

Attack Vs. Special Attack:
Physical and Special Damage

How to Increase Attack Stat?

Equipping certain Held Items and/or certain Boost Emblems increases your Attack stat.

Equip Held Items

Held items that Increase Attack
Attack Weight.pngAttack Weight Muscle Band.pngMuscle Band Razor Claw.pngRazor Claw
Float Stone.pngFloat Stone Weakness Policy.pngWeakness Policy -

Equipping any of these items increases your Pokemon's Attack stat

List of All Held Items

Equip Boost Emblems

Pokemon UNITE - Boost Emblems - Brown Color Effect.png

Equipping certain Boost Emblems also increases your Pokemon's Attack stat. In particular, having a certain number of Brown Boost Emblems can further increase your Pokemon's Attack stat.

Boost Emblems Guide: List of Emblems

Use Moves

Barrage Blow ImageBarrage Blow Guts ImageGuts Extreme Speed ImageExtreme Speed Smokescreen ImageSmokescreen
Torrent ImageTorrent Volt Absorb ImageVolt Absorb Helping Hand ImageHelping Hand Bliss Assistance ImageBliss Assistance
Torrent ImageTorrent Calm Mind ImageCalm Mind Leafage ImageLeafage Sacred Sword ImageSacred Sword
Iron Head ImageIron Head Heavy Metal ImageHeavy Metal Belly Bash ImageBelly Bash Lunge ImageLunge
Swords Dance ImageSwords Dance

Certain moves can increase the Pokemon's Attack stat.

What is Special Attack Stat?

Pokemon UNITE - Special Attack Stat

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.

Pokemon Using the Special Attack Stat for Moves

Alolan Ninetales Image Alolan Ninetales Blastoise Image Blastoise Blissey Image Blissey Clefable Image Clefable
Cramorant Image Cramorant Delphox Image Delphox Eldegoss Image Eldegoss Espeon Image Espeon
Gardevoir Image Gardevoir Gengar Image Gengar Glaceon Image Glaceon Hoopa Image Hoopa
Mew Image Mew Mr. Mime Image Mr. Mime Pikachu Image Pikachu Slowbro Image Slowbro
Sylveon Image Sylveon Venusaur Image Venusaur Wigglytuff Image Wigglytuff

Attack Vs. Special Attack:
Physical and Special Damage

How to Increase Special Attack Stat?

Equipping certain Held Items and/or certain Boost Emblems increases your Special Attack stat.

Equip Held Items

Items that Increases Special Attack
Sp. Atk. Specs.pngSp. Atk. Specs Choice Specs.pngChoice Specs
Wise Glasses.pngWise Glasses Shell Bell.pngShell Bell

Equipping any of these items increases your Pokemon's Special Attack stat.

List of All Held Items

Equip Boost Emblems

Pokemon UNITE - Boost Emblems - Green Color Effect.png

Equipping certain Boost Emblems also increases your Pokemon's Special Attack stat. In particular, having a certain number of Green Boost Emblems can further increase your Pokemon's Special Attack stat.

Boost Emblems Guide: List of Emblems

Use Moves

Bliss Assistance ImageBliss Assistance Torrent ImageTorrent Freeze-Dry ImageFreeze-Dry

Certain moves can increase the Pokemon's Special Attack stat.

What is Defense and Special Defense?

What is Defense Stat?

Pokemon UNITE - Defense Stat

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!

How to Increase Defense Stat?

Equipping certain Held Items and/or certain Boost Emblems increases your Defense stat.

Equip Held Items

Held items that Increase Defense
Focus Band.pngFocus Band Rocky Helmet.pngRocky Helmet

Equipping any of these items increases your Pokemon's Defense stat

List of All Held Items

Equip Boost Emblems

Pokemon UNITE - Boost Emblems - Blue Color Effect.png

Equipping certain Boost Emblems also increases your Pokemon's Defense stat. In particular, having a certain number of Blue Boost Emblems can further increase your Pokemon's Defense stat.

Boost Emblems Guide: List of Emblems

Use Moves

Barrage Blow ImageBarrage Blow Amnesia  ImageAmnesia Power-Up Punch ImagePower-Up Punch Calm Mind ImageCalm Mind

Certain moves can increase the Pokemon's Defense stat.

What is Special Defense Stat?

Pokemon UNITE - Special Defense Stat

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!

How to Increase Defense Stat?

Equipping certain Held Items and/or certain Boost Emblems increases your Special Defense stat.

Equip Held Items

Held Items.jpeg

Held items that Increase Special Defense
Focus Band.pngFocus Band Assault Vest.pngAssault Vest

Equipping any of these items increases your Pokemon's Special Defense stat

List of All Held Items

Equip Boost Emblems

Pokemon UNITE - Boost Emblems - Purple Color Effect.png

Equipping certain Boost Emblems also increases your Pokemon's Special Defense stat. In particular, having a certain number of Purple Boost Emblems can further increase your Pokemon's Special Defense stat.

Boost Emblems Guide: List of Emblems

Use Moves

Barrage Blow ImageBarrage Blow Amnesia  ImageAmnesia Power-Up Punch ImagePower-Up Punch Calm Mind ImageCalm Mind

Certain moves can increase the Pokemon's Special Defense stat.

What is Critical Rate and Critical Hit Damage?

Pokemon UNITE - Critical Hit Damage Effect

Base Damage 100
Critical Rate 50%
Critical Damage 100%

Critical Damage determines how much damage a critical hit will deal, while Critical Rate determines how often a Pokemon can score a critical hit. The table above shows a basic calculation for Critical damage.

This means that your attacks will do 200 Damage 50% of the time.

What Does Critical Rate and Critical Damage Affect?

Critical Hits and Critical Damage currently only affects the basic attacks of Pokemon and Moves that explicitly say they can crit.

How to Increase Critical Rate

Equipping certain Held Items and/or certain Boost Emblems increases your Critical-Hit Rate stat.

Equip Held items

Held items that Increase Critical-Hit Rate
Scope Lens.pngScope Lens Razor Claw.pngRazor Claw

Equipping any of these items increases your Pokemon's Critical-Hit Rate stat.

Equip Boost Emblems

Pokemon UNITE - Boost Emblems - Maximum of 10 Emblems per Loadout.png

Equipping certain Boost Emblems also increases your Pokemon's Critical-Hit Rate stat.

Boost Emblems Guide: List of Emblems

Use Moves

Blaze  ImageBlaze Submission ImageSubmission Cross Chop ImageCross Chop Night Slash ImageNight Slash
Slash ImageSlash Super Luck ImageSuper Luck Blaze ImageBlaze Shadow Claw ImageShadow Claw

Certain moves can increase the Pokemon's Critical-Hit Rate.

How to Increase Critical-Hit Damage

Equipping certain Held Items and/or certain Boost Emblems increases your Critical-Hit Damage.

Equip Held items

Held items that Increase Critical-Hit Damage
Scope Lens.pngScope Lens

Currently, Scope Lens is the only item that specifically increases a Pokemon's Critical-Hit Damage.

However, since Critical-Hits occurs on attacks, equipping items that increase a Pokemon's Attack stat also increases its Critical-Hit Damage. As a consequence, only Attack type Pokemon benefits from this.

Equip Boost Emblems

Pokemon UNITE - Boost Emblems - Maximum of 10 Emblems per Loadout.png

Equipping certain Boost Emblems also increases a Pokemon's Critical-Hit Damage. Much like in Held Items, having Boost Emblems that increase a Pokemon's Attack stat also increases its Critical-Hit Damage.

What is Movement Speed and Attack Speed?

What is Movement Speed?

Pokemon UNITE - Movement Speed

Movement speed determines how fast a Pokemon moves.

Will I Slow Down When Attacked?

Yes, your Pokemon will lose movement speed when attacked. Some Pokemon moves can also prevent you from moving, so watch out!

How to Increase Movement Speed

Slow Status Effect Decreases Movement Speed

Pokemon UNITE - Venusaur Sludge Bomb Slow Effect

When you're inflicted with the Slow status effect, your Pokemon's movement speed decreases.

List of Status Effects: Buffs and Debuffs

Movement Speed When Out of Combat

Don't be confused between Movement Speed and Movement Speed when out of combat. They're generally the same, the only difference is the latter, as the name suggests, only triggers when you're out of combat.

How to Increase Movement Speed

Equipping certain Held Items and/or certain Boost Emblems increases your Movement Speed.

Equip Held Items

Held items that Increase Movement Speed
Float Stone.pngFloat Stone Exp. Share.pngExp. Share

Equipping any of these items increases your Pokemon's Movement Speed.

Equip Boost Emblems

Pokemon UNITE - Boost Emblems - Yellow Color Effect.png

Equipping certain Boost Emblems also increases a Pokemon's Movement Speed. In particular, having a certain number of Yellow Boost Emblems further increases your Movement Speed when out of combat.

Use Moves

Blazing Bicycle Kick ImageBlazing Bicycle Kick Feint ImageFeint Sand Attack ImageSand Attack Phantom Ambush ImagePhantom Ambush
Levitate ImageLevitate Hurricane ImageHurricane Aurora Veil ImageAurora Veil Barrage Blow ImageBarrage Blow
Submission ImageSubmission Dynamic Punch ImageDynamic Punch Bulk Up ImageBulk Up Psycho Cut ImagePsycho Cut
Pursuit ImagePursuit Petal Dance ImagePetal Dance Steadfast ImageSteadfast Fly ImageFly
Flame Charge ImageFlame Charge Gale Wings ImageGale Wings Cotton Spore ImageCotton Spore Cotton Guard ImageCotton Guard
Leaf Tornado ImageLeaf Tornado Cotton Down ImageCotton Down Water Shuriken ImageWater Shuriken Smokescreen ImageSmokescreen
Torrent ImageTorrent Shell Smash ImageShell Smash Flamethrower ImageFlamethrower Flame Burst ImageFlame Burst
Helping Hand ImageHelping Hand Calm Mind ImageCalm Mind Covet ImageCovet Stuff Cheeks ImageStuff Cheeks
Shadow Sneak ImageShadow Sneak Rapid Spin ImageRapid Spin Dragon Dance ImageDragon Dance Hyperspace Hole ImageHyperspace Hole
Trick ImageTrick Play Rough ImagePlay Rough Flame Charge ImageFlame Charge Ice Shard ImageIce Shard
Glacial Stage ImageGlacial Stage Run Away ImageRun Away Agility ImageAgility Moonlight ImageMoonlight

Certain moves can increase the Pokemon's Movement Speed.

What is Attack Speed?

Attack Speed determines how fast a Pokemon attacks. It could also be expressed as how many attacks a Pokemon can do in a given time frame.

How to Increase Attack Speed

Equipping certain Held Items and/or certain Boost Emblems increases your Attack Speed.

Equip Muscle Band

Currently, Muscle Band is the only item that specifically increases a Pokemon's Attack Speed.

Equip Boost Emblems

Pokemon UNITE - Boost Emblems - Red Color Effect.png

Having a certain number of Red Boost Emblems further increases your Attack Speed.

Boost Emblems Guide: List of Emblems

Use Moves

Blaze Kick ImageBlaze Kick Blaze  ImageBlaze Dragon Claw ImageDragon Claw Sand Attack ImageSand Attack
Dynamic Punch ImageDynamic Punch Bulk Up ImageBulk Up Volt Switch ImageVolt Switch Agility ImageAgility
Leafage ImageLeafage Triple Axel ImageTriple Axel Ice Shard ImageIce Shard

Certain moves can increase the Pokemon's Attack Speed.

Use X Attack

Pokemon UNITE - Duraludon Activating X Attack while in Flash Cannon.gif

Using X Attack increases your Pokemon's attacl speed for a duration.

X Attack Effect and How to Get

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