This is a tier list for THE BEST Pokemon to use in Pokemon UNITE. Learn which Pokemon is top tier in the current meta after Mimikyu's release and the latest balance patch as of November 13, 2023 as well as which Pokemon is worthy to buy and tier list of each lane & role!
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Pokemon in each Tier are arranged alphabetically and are not ordered in a particular way.
With the release of version 22.214.171.124, the tier list has been reevaluated! Check out the changes below.
With Blaziken's arrival on September 14, 2023 and Mimikyu's last October 19, the Speedster Meowscarada is next to join Pokemon UNITE at a future date!
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Mimikyu is a quirky All-Rounder that's deceptively frail. Its puny stature is far from the menacing appearance associated with All-Rounders. However, the Pokemon does have mechanics that make it surprisingly powerful, which is common for All-Rounders, but are also what makes it stand out.
Mimikyu doesn't have any glaring weaknesses in terms of stats, ease-of-use, and scalability. In fact, it's well balanced in those areas. One weakness it does have, to be critical, is how its ability, Disguise, works. Since the Pokemon's HP is reduced to a percentage of its max HP when it gets hit by an opponent while on Disguise form, the Pokemon loses some durability and becomes easier to take down, which conflicts against its All-Rounder gameplay to some degree.
Overall, Mimikyu is definitely a strong Pokemon within the standards of the meta. Its peculiar nature also makes the Pokemon fun to play, which can give a rewarding feeling.
In our previous poll for Blaziken, 510 players voted to put the All-Rounder in SS tier.
We were hopeful for the Pokemon's arrival due to the hype it generated. We initially placed the Pokemon in S tier, but after further deliberation, we placed it in A tier since the Pokemon just falls short of delivering significant results with respect to its potential.
to SS tier
• Mimikyu's buffs is argubly the highlight of the patch. The improved cooldown reduction mechanic of Shadow Claw made it more spammable than it already is. The damage increase and added invincible effect to Play Rough, and the buffs to Trick Room made both moves more viable to use compared to before.
• With all moves now viable, it opens up new builds and strategies for players to experiment with when playing Mimikyu.
|The Perfect Support|
|Blissey offers reliable healing, shielding, buffing and debuffing while boasting the highest HP in the roster. It has replaced Eldegoss as the best and most reliable healer in the game. It's a great counter against burst damage Pokemon, making it a great pick in the current meta. However, its effectiveness heavily relies on always being at the side of another Pokemon, it can't function well alone.|
|Inteleon is a slick Attacker. It uses camouflage and critical-hits to burst down enemies. It can either get close to targets and pick them off one by one or burst opponents down in a single shot from afar. Although it has low durability and takes time to get strong, its damage output in the late game becomes notable.|
|Mega Mewtwo X||Any|
|Pinnacle of Physical Strength|
|Mega Mewtwo X is the pinnacle of physical strength. It has a great balance of damage, durability, and mobility via its stats and moves. Its best feature is its ability to increase its Attack, Defense, and Sp. Def. stats simply by attacking opponents, which also allows it to Mega evolve and reach its full strength. It doesn't have any glaring weaknesses other than its reliance on increasing its stats.|
|Mega Mewtwo Y||Any|
|Pinnacle of Psychic Power|
|Mega Mewtwo Y is a powerful ranged Attacker with a well balanced kit. It can increase its damage and attack speed simply by attacking opponents, and can become even stronger when it Mega evolves. Its moves is a great mix of damage, mobility, and utility, giving it incredible flexibility in battle.|
|Mimikyu is an odd and deceptive All-Rounder. Although it has a tiny stature and strange appearance, which is atypical for an All-Rounder, the Pokemon is surprisingly lethal. Its strength comes from the various mechanics its moves and ability have, giving it some degree of advantage over other Pokemon. It's also well balanced and doesn't have any obvious weaknesses that would be considered as a deal breaker.|
|Strong Single-Target Disabler|
|Slowbro's ability to remove opponents from the fight with Telekinesis and high durability make it a great Defender to have during battle. Its tackiness, coupled with crowd control moves, allows it to disrupt enemy synergies while being able to shrug off damage using Amnesia. In terms of offense, however, Slowbro lacks a proper way to fight back and deal damage.|
|Umbreon is a multi-functional Defender. It can weaken, stun, and trap opponents and even use their stats against them. It can also aid its allies to keep them alive. Its most notable ability is stealing shields from opponents and using them for itself. It does all these while still being able to tank damage and heal itself.|
|Master of Forms|
|Urshifu excels in big fights due to the damage it can deal with its combos regardless of which style it uses. Single Strike Style Urshifu offers massive area damage in a single move thanks to Wicked Blow but does require a decent setup to execute properly. On the other hand, Rapid Strike Style Urshifu provides less damage but is faster to execute since Urshifu's Boosted Attacks reduce its move cooldowns, allowing for continuous combos. Whichever style you prefer, Urshifu is definitely a solid All-Rounder pick for any team. However, its unique two-style gameplay is also what holds it back. Since Urshifu's moveset is fixed to whether it learns Wicked Blow or Surging Strikes, it leaves you no room for experimentation, which limits the Pokemon's potential.|
|The Legendary Sword|
|Zacian is a combination strength, durability, and speed. It can boost its own moves thanks to its ability, Intrepid Sword, increasing their damage and triggering additional effects. It's also quite agile for an All-Rounder thanks to its arsenal of Dash moves. However, it biggest drawback is the fact that it can only equip two (2) Held items since one slot is already reserved for its unique item, Rusted Sword. What's worse is that the item does not give stat bonuses nor have any passive effects, making it practically useless. This limits possible builds for the Pokemon, which could make it even stronger.|
|Absol is one of the best physical damage dealers in the game. With the right build and good aim, Absol can decimate its opponents within seconds, thanks to its high critical hit rate. Additionally, its wide variety of dash moves like Midnight Slash makes it an elusive Pokemon to deal with. Although its early to mid-game capabilities are impressive, it struggles to be as effective during the late game when opponents are strong enough to fight back against Absol. Nonetheless, Absol is still a dependable single-target assassin for any team to have!|
|Good Mix of Support and Damage|
|Alolan Ninetales is a versitile Pokemon that has a good mix of support and damage. Its Aurora Veil allows it to deal decent damage via attacks and provide some support for its allies at the same time, having also a bit of mobility as a bonus. Its other moves and Unite Move can deal high burst damage while freezing enemies in place, especially when used together in quick succession. However, its power tends to stagnate in the late-game, making it hard for Alolan to keep up and deal its intended damage.|
|Blaziken is a great example of a brawler. Its core gameplay revolves around performing a variety of combos by switching between its movesets using its Unite Move. It can also sustain itself and deal additional damage thanks to its ability, Blaze. However, its combo-heavy gameplay makes the Pokemon difficult to master and play to its full potential, and it does make the Pokemon prone to disables whenever it engages.|
|Spin to Win|
|Blastoise offers damage and crowd control while tanking damage. Compared to other Defenders, Blastoise has the advantage of being a ranged Pokemon. It can deal massive damage using the Rapid Spin and Water Spout combo, or displace enemies with Surf and Hydro Pump. But it's most notable for throwing enemies in a huge area into the air using Hydro Typhoon, making it great at teamfights. However, its drawback is its slow scaling, reaching its power spike only starting at level 9.|
|Chandelure is a great example of a glass cannon Pokemon. It excels in dealing burst and DoT (damage over time) damage. It can pierce through the enemy's Sp. Def. thanks to its Ability, Infiltration. It can also disable enemy moves using Imprison, which is a new type of disable in the game. However, its greatest setback is its extremely low durability and mobility, making it an enticing Pokemon to target down.|
|The Ideal Ranged Damage Dealer|
|Cinderace is the ideal late-game carry Pokemon thanks to its rapid attack speed and critical-hits. It can also take out objectives like Drednaw or Zapdos quickly by itself. However, it's fragile and requires a lot of time before it can start carrying its team, which is something that the enemy can take advantage.|
|Clefable||Top / Bot|
|The Power of the Moon|
|Clefable is a powerful support Pokemon that help teams claim victory with its healing and hindering prowess. Moves like Moonlight and Draining Kiss offers enough variation for you to realize Clefable's gameplay. Moreover, its hindering moves offer enough disruption for Although, its damage output and move cooldowns could be better, players who can adjust their playstyle to fit the support archetype will find great value in this Pokemon!|
|Comfey offers a good mix of offensive and defensive assistance and has a unique way of supporting its allies. It attaches itself to an ally and becomes immune to damage. While attached, it can use its moves to heal and shield its ally or disable and damage its opponents. However, due to its unique gameplay, the Pokemon relies too heavily on how good its ally is, which could undermine its potential.|
|A True Speedster|
|Dodrio fits the Speedster mold perfectly due to its fast-paced, roaming gameplay. You will find its Sprint mechanic to be a powerful tool in realizing the Pokemon's strengths. While its kit doesn't stray from the typical high-mobility and burst damage Speedster trait, its best played as a solo scorer that puts pressure on enemies and keep them at their toes to defend their goals. However, it isfragile and requires high skill, gatekeeping the players that can use it effectively.|
|Shields and Heals Everywhere|
|Thanks to its ranged attacks, Eldegoss' moveset provides both support and offense that can significantly impact a team fight if left uncontested. Moves like Pollen Puff and Leaf Tornado increase the Pokemon's usability. However, you may find the Pokemon's hindrance moves lackluster, especially when better alternatives are present. Overall, Eldegoss' gameplay is straightforward and effective enough that it can still be a great Supporter for any team to have.|
|Glaceon is a powerful Attacker capable of gunning down its targets with a barrage of ice missiles. Its kit is highly synergistic as you deal massive amounts of damage when you take advantage of its ice crystal mechanic. Moreover, its ability to block and negate crowd control moves with Snow Cloak gives the Pokemon high survivability for an Attacker.|
|Hoopa||Top / Bot|
|Hoopa boasts a great kit that can greatly alter the playing field for its teammates. Its utility is top notch and opens up more strategic plays that can push the meta forward. Hoopa also boosts your team's offensive capabilities a great deal especially with taking objectives and controlling both lanes at the same time through the use of its warping mechanic.|
|An Eerie Threat|
|Lapras is a great mix of damage and durability. It can deal tons of damage via Water Pulse or Perish Song while prolonging its life during fights by healing itself with its Boosted Attacks and shielding itself using Bubble Beam. Its downside is its low mobility. This affects its gameplay since it needs to get close to enemies first to deal damage.|
|Power of the Sun|
|Leafeon is a quintessential Speedster. It can traverse the map quickly thanks to its pair of dash moves and the movement speed it gets from Chlorophyll, making it a great jungler Pokemon. Its most notable asset is its high burst damage potential, which is a trademark trait for assassins. On top of those two, since it's an eeveelution, it also has great scaling.|
|Mew offers a unique way to play with its Move Reset mechanic. Here, you can essentially change the Pokemon's playstyle on the fly and adapt to any situation. Aside from being a great damage dealer, with its long ranged Solar Beam and easy to aim Electro Ball, you can turn Mew into a decent support Pokemon with its Coaching and Surf moves! Though its distinct mechanic requires a lot of button inputs and mastery to become effective, being able to utilize its strengths will often translate into a Pokemon that can run the game by itself.|
|The Undying Tree|
|Trevenant is a highly durable Pokemon that provides decent crowd control. Its ability to recover HP and deal damage at the same time makes it a a great frontliner, providing cover to its squishy allies. However, since its moves also deal damage to itself, it can easily be exploited by the enemy.|
|Versatile Damage Dealer|
|Venusaur is still terrorizing the stadium with the HP-draining capability of Giga Drain and its cooldown reduction synergy with Petal Dance. What's more, it can be an effective sniper with the use of Solar Beam. Whether, you are facing enemies head on or from long range, Venusaur is a great Attacker for any team to have.|
|The Master of Illusion|
|When it comes to deadly and satisfying combos, Zoroark is one of the best Speedsters for taking down opponents in quick succession. Its moveset is highly synergistic with one another and offers a lot of mobility. Moreover, its passive ability, Illusion, opens up new strategies on how you can approach fights. Although you will find yourself climbing a steep hill to master the Pokemon, getting used to its controls and playstyle will reward you with a strong Pokemon that can hold its own!|
|A Technical Sword to Wield|
|Aegislash is a great duelist Pokemon that can adapt to any combat encounter. It has the ability to alter its boosted attacks to deal massive damage or sustain itself with heals, which makes it viable for any lane it goes to. However, it could be a hard Pokemon to use because it relies on the formes mechanic to generate an advantage. That said, If you manage to master Aegislash's sword and shield playstyle, it is a force to be reckoned with.|
|Buzzwole||Jungle / Bot|
|Buzzwole is one of the best All-Rounders with disabling moves that can displace and isolate opponents. Moves like Superpower and Smack Down allows it to have an edge during brawls, together with its innate HP recovery attacks and Beast Boost bonuses. Although its move range and aiming could better, you will find that Buzzwole can pin down and deal high amounts of damage with ease if you manage to do your combos correctly.|
|A Walking Fortress|
|Crustle is a versatile Defender that can trade its defense for more attack power. Its ability to disrupt lanes with Rock Tomb or plow through the enemy with Shell Smash allows it to adapt to situations that demands a change in playstyle. Unfortunately, its flexibility means that it is not as effective as damage dealer or a tank.|
|Decidueye is an offensive powerhouse that can easily carry the game when left uncontested. It is capable of taking objectives head-on with its flurry of boosted attacks that can constantly crit. Moreover, it can pick off its targets from afar with a hard-hitting Spirit Shackle. Unfortunately, Decidueye lacks any proper mobility moves that can help it get out of dangerous situations cornered, especially against Pokemon that can teleport, dash, or even jump away from danger.|
|Delphox is a versatile Attacker that can let out tons of damage while being able to support the team with its arsenal of disables. Moves like Mystical Fire and Fire Spin offer a variety of playstyles that can make mastering the Pokemon worthwhile. Fanciful Fireworks, in particular, is the ultimate debuff move that can have a massive impact on team fights.|
|Espeon's kit provides anyone who uses it with a reliable mix of burst damage and tenacity. Thanks to its unique passive Magic Bounce, Espeon can negate a hit that will otherwise cause hindrances. It is also fairly easy and straight forward to use so anyone can pick it up! However, its lack of mobility moves and limited playstyle hinders it from being an effective Attacker.|
|Burst Damage Supreme|
|Gardevoir can deal high burst damage and provide disables with from a long range. It has argubly the best crowd control Unite Move in the game, making it extremely deadly in teamfights. Moreover, its ability to refresh its moves instantly when they hit eliminates the need to wait for cooldowns, allowing it to provide constant area damage. Its only drawback is its fragility and lack of mobility, something that more mobile Pokemon can exploit.|
|Your Worst Nightmare|
|Gengar's ability to silently strike unsuspecting enemies makes it a great assassin that can sustain itself with heals as it moves hit. It relies on applying debuffs then unleashing relentless damage upon its target in mere seconds with its Sludge Bomb to Hex combo. However, its effectiveness falls drastically during the late game where team fights are abundant. Gengar will have a hard time maneuvering around the chaos as it looks for targets to pick off.|
|Goodra||Top / Bot|
|The Gooey Dragon|
|Goodra is a frontliner that excels in prolonged fights. It can either make itself more durable while weakening its opponents using Muddy Water or deal burst damage while healing itself with Dragon Pulse. Moreover, it can constantly slow its opponents whenever it's attack, uses Acid Spray or Power Whip, and perform a Boosted Attack. However, its downside is its slow scaling. It needs to reach level 8 first to unlock its second primary move, which restricts its potential in the early game.|
|An Illusive Assassin|
|Greninja is an effecient Attacker that has a speedster-like playstyle with its arsenal of highly mobile dash moves and insane burst potential. It is illusive, versatile, and hits hard, making it an effective assassin. However, its fragility requires a lot of effort in the early game to reach its potential.|
|Speedy, Tanky, and Powerful!|
|Lucario is a perfect balance of speed, durability, and power. It performs far better in the early game compared to most Pokemon thanks to its initial moveset's effectiveness and usefulness, and it scales nicely as the game progresses into the late game. It's also great at 1-on-1 duels as well as big teamfights.|
|Crowd Control for Days|
|Mamoswine is the one of the best disabler Pokemon in the game. With so many crowd control moves, it can stomp its way through defenses and open up opportunities for its team to push. Additionally, its sturdy nature allows it to initiate and stay in fights much longer. However, while it can dish out hindrances, you will have to be able to land them to get the most out of it. This means being able to time High Horsepower attacks at the right time as missing with your moves can lead to bad plays.|
|High Control, High Damage|
|Pikachu is a powerhouse in all stages of the game due to its high damage output and stun capabilities. It's Unite Move's fast charge rate means that Pikachu can consistently get a surge in power whenever it needs to.|
|Sableye||Top / Bot|
|Sableye brings a unique twist to the Supporter formula. It can turn invisible thanks to its passive ability, Prankster, which opens up a lot of new ways to support your team and strategies that involve sneaking. Additionally, Sableye is the first Supporter Pokemon to have an Attack stat, which allows you to take advantage of aggressive Held Items that can turn the Pokemon into a hard-hitting damage dealer. Although its moveset does not offer the typical heals and shields a normal Supporter has, you will find their utility to be useful for giving vision and on top of the stuns and slows the Pokemon can inflict.|
|Slice and Punch!|
|Although Scizor is an All-Rounder, it can take the role of an Attacker or Speedster if it stays as Scyther, offering two distinct gameplays in one Pokemon. However, playing Scizor or Scyther requires dedication to their respective gameplay and build since there is no room for compromise if they are to be played effectively. In other words, you can't play Scyther effectively using Scizor's items and gameplay, and vice versa.|
|The Collosal Bear|
|Snorlax is an extremely durable Pokemon thanks to its high defenses and massive HP. It's effective from beginning to end since it does not need to evolve. It can act as a traditional tank, soaking damage for its team, and providing crowd control using Heavy Slam, and Block or Yawn. It can also become an unorthodox damage dealer using Flail. Unfortunately, it lacks anything unique to offer that other Defenders have and can do better.|
|A Mobile Turret|
|Sylveon has a perfect mix of offensive and defensive moves that incentivize aggressive plays. It can enhance its moves with Calm Mind and continuously deal damage to an enemy. Additionally, Sylveon can sustain itself by recovering HP from multiple Draining Kiss hits. However, its damaging moves need to be properly set up to reach its full potential. This drawback pulls it back from being a hard-hitting Attacker.|
|Tyranitar||Jungle / Bot|
|The Earth Shaker|
|With its high defenses and consistent AoE damage synergy with Sand Stream, Tyranitar is the ideal front-line Pokemon that can help teams push lanes and dominate team fights. It is a dependable Pokemon that can excel at brawls thanks to moves like Ancient Power or Sand Tomb, which can increase its survivability while also pressuring the enemy. However, it received a massive nerf to its damage potential since it now can't deal critical-hits during Tyrannical Rampage which was one of the move's notable effects.|
|Disables, Damage, and Tankiness.|
|Wigglytuff is a great combination of durability, utility, and support thanks to its moves. It has the best defensive teamfight ability in the game, Starlight Recital. It can also deal decent damage thanks to Rollout and Double Slap. Its drawback, however, is its long cooldown Unite Move, limiting its usage to key moments throughout the game.|
|Zeraora's arsenal of highly mobile moves makes it a tough Pokemon to fight. This makes it a great Speedster for ganking opponents. However, its all or nothing moveset means that missing targets will spell doom most of the time.|
|Azumarill's one-on-one prowess is unmatched thanks to its ability to deal constant critical strikes with Huge Power. This enables Azumarill to scale fast in the early game, especially when it starts in the Jungle. However, its unique mechanic that makes it powerful also hinders Azumarill from dealing maximum damage in the late game where team fights are a constant event. This contradiction prevents it from taking top spots in our Tier List.|
|Charizard is a powerful bruiser thanks to its arsenal of moves that allow it to shift its playstyle to counter the enemy team. It has a unique mechanic where you can attack or use moves while moving, allowing you to reposition Charizard when engaging in a brawl. What holds it back is the weak early game that necessitates it to reach higher levels before it can pop off. Moreover, it is susceptible to being disabled outside of its unite move. Still, Charizard can dominate games if you managed to hit the right beats and get powerful as the game goes on.|
|Cramorant||Top / Bot|
|Cramorant is a decent Attacker that can deal high amounts of damage if left uncontested. Its premiere move, Dive, gives the Pokemon a distinct playstyle that can carry games if used correctly. Additionally, its Unite Move, Gatling Gulp Missile, is still powerful when deployed in the right area. However, on top of being a fragile Pokemon, Cramorant's damage is not up to par and has a high skill ceiling compared to other Attackers, reducing its viability as a pick.|
|Dragapult is a ranged damage dealer that relies on fast attack speed to dish out damage quickly and take out its targets. It can also deal area damage with its Boosted Attack, which is a unique attack mechanic. It has stealth capabilities and can increase its damage output with each knockout thanks to Phantom Force. Its best asset is its unique charged-based Unite Move, allowing for some new and interesting interactions with items like Energy Amplifier. However, its lack of a reliable farming tool makes leveling up harder for the Pokemon compared to others, which is a huge burden on a late-game carry Pokemon.|
|Dragonite is currently the only ranged All-Rounder in the game, giving it some advantage. It can either offer high burst damage via Hyper Beam, or become a traditional melee All-Rounder with Outrage. It's best known for its semi-global presence thanks to its Unite Move, Draco Impact, allowing it to traverse the map quickly to help in teamfights or score goals. Unfortunately, it's held back by its scaling since it can only have access to its main damage move at level 8.|
|The Trickiest of Defenders|
|Greedent is a specialist at creating chaos on the map by dragging the enemy team's attention to itself in the hopes of bringing it down. It is an extremely slippery and tough Pokemon to fight against thanks to Covet and its ability to constantly recover HP via its Berries. It can also deal decent burst damage using Belch, or slow targets with Bullet Seed, increasing their effeciency when Berry Belly Flop is used. However, its complex mechanics demands special skill and understanding from players, which may not be suitable for everybody.|
|Machamp's buffs and immunities allow it to rampage through the battlefield without the fear of getting disabled. Its high-offense moves make it a scary Pokemon to go against, especially in a 1v1 duel. However, it requires a near-perfect early game to dominate the game, otherwise, it'll just be a meaty target.|
|Knows All the Tricks!|
|Mr. Mime was a top pick during the early days of Pokemon UNITE. But as new Pokemon and updates arrive, Mr. Mime went on a decline from there and was pushed aside. However, the rework to Mr. Mime revitalized the Pokemon while staying true to its original gameplay and style. The improvements to its moves opened new ways to use them and new strategies for the Pokemon as a whole, skyrockting Mr. Mime to the top of the tier list and taking its well-deserved place in the meta.|
|Long Distance Burst or Extreme Elusiveness|
|Talonflame is highly mobile Pokemon that can deal high burst damage. It specializes at diving targets head-on from a long range, then knocking it down quickly before they can react. It's notorious for sniping boss Pokemon like Zapdos out of nowhere and stealing it from the enemy. It can also use its mobility moves to traverse the map to score goals when the enemies are not looking. But its gameplay is also its weakness since it's fragile and dives recklessly into fights, making it an easy target to knock out, especially when it misses its moves.|
|All Hail the Queen|
|Tsareena's high sustain and survivability via Trop Kick and Stomp makes it incredibly hard to fight against. It also deals significant area damage repeatedly thanks to the effects of Queenly Majesty, which can be easily spammed for consistent pressure. Moreover, its Queen Ascendant is one of the best single target disables in the game, locking targets down while dealing heavy damage.|
|Duraludon offers high burst damage as well as decent utility. Its standard attacks also hit hard, allowing it to become a traditional attack damage carry for its team, especially when given a level advantage. Its passive, Heavy Metal, prevents it from being thrown or shoved once, which is something that other Attackers don't have. However, like most Attackers, it's extremely fragile and lacks mobility, making it an easy target for Pokemon that can dive it directly.|
|Garchomp is a great offensive All-Rounder that can dish out insane damage when it gets to keep attacking. Moves like Dragon Claw and Stomp are great initiating moves that can pressure you targets. Its ability to power its way through brawls and objectives with its hard-hitting boosted attacks. While it is capable of dealing insane amounts of damage, its low defenses and lack of proper ways to fight back during the early game make it susceptible to getting bullied, which can stifle its growth towards higher levels.|
This list evaluates the Pokemon depending on its effectiveness of being an Attacker: big damage, insane DPS, and over-all capability to carry.
This list evaluates the Pokemon based on its capability to be a Speedster: overall capability to score, huge map presence, and initiate ganks effectively.
This list evaluates Pokemon based on its effectiveness to be an All-Rounder: duel with other Pokemon, be in the front line to deal and soak damage, as well as the overall capability to carry the game.
This list evaluates Pokemon based on their capability to be a Defender: able to protect goals effectively, soak up damage in the frontlines, and overall capability to initiate clashes.
This list evaluates Pokemon based on their capability to be a Supporter: provide healing and shielding on allies, buff their attacks and/or defenses, as well as their effectiveness to provide crowd control with moves.
|Power Level||Team Impact||Ease-of-Use||Rank Usage|
Each of these factors determine the Pokemon's place within the tier list. Read on to learn what they refer to exactly:
|・We added Mimikyu to the list.|
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This poll ran from September 15, 2023 up to October 18, 2023.
Players voted for the following as the strongest Pokemon in the game! As the meta changes a great deal after Updates, we're excited to see the new rankings in our next poll!
Mega Mewtwo X
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