This guide will teach players about the basic rules and mechanics of the Standard Battle feature of the game. Read on to learn more on how to play Pokemon UNITE and understand the rules of the trade!
|Pokemon UNITE Starter Guides|
|Beginner's Guide||Standard Battle Rules||Things to Do First|
Unite Battles take place in Remoat Stadium. Matches consist of 2 teams with 5 players each. The game is won by the team who scores higher at the end of the match.
You and your allies will always be on the left side while your enemies will always be on the right side. Your team's Home Base and Goal Zones will be colored Purple while the enemies' Home Base and Goal Zones will be colored Orange.
There are 3 routes to choose in Unite Battles - the Top Lane, Central Area, and the Bottom Lane. Each of the two lanes has 3 Goal Zones each. This is where most of the attacking and defending goals happen.
The Central Area, on the other hand, is akin to Jungle in other MOBA games. Here, there are no Goal Zones, but there are special Pokemon that you can defeat to gain useful buffs!
Defeating Wild Pokemon is the main way to get EXP and Aeos Energy. Doing this will let you learn new moves while accumulating points for you to score at enemy Goal Zones. Note that Wild Pokemon spawns are mirrored for each side of the map, except the Boss Pokemon that appear at a specific time.
|Button to Score||(Hold or Press)|
When you have collected some Aeos Energy, you need to go to the enemy's Goal Zone and deposit that Aeos Energy and score points.
The team that scores the most points at the end of the match (ten minutes for a standard match) will be the winner. In a draw, the team that reached the tied score first wins.
When players pass through allied Goal Zones, they gain a shield and will slowly regain health over time. This is a good mechanic to remember especially when in team fights.
Flux Zones appear in areas of the lane between 2 active Goal Zones. Players passing through allied Flux Zones gain a movement speed bonus. On the other hand, players passing through an enemy's Flux Zone will give them a powerful movement speed debuff.
A Goal Zone will be destroyed when the number of points scored on it exceed the Goal Zone's point limit. The first set of Goal Zones will disappear after taking in 80 points, the second set of Goal Zones with 100 points, and the final Goal Zone near a team's base can take in an infinite number of points.
When your game reaches the final 2 minutes of a match, all Aeos Energy deposited in this time is doubled. You can use this mechanic to catch up in case you are behind or to snowball further in the game.
If a player gets taken out, the Aeos Energy they are carrying will be dropped on the ground and any other players can freely pick up the dropped Aeos Energy. Be sure to pick up any Aeos Energy dropped by your teammates so your opponents won't get them.
There are 3 Boss Pokemon in Remoat Stadium which have their own unique effects when defeated. Rotom and Drednaw are the first to spawn at the 7-minute mark and Zapdos spawns during the final 2 minutes of the game.
These special Pokemon add depth and strategy to every match. Defeating them will be key in getting the upper hand on your opponents!
|Game Modes and Rules|
|Game Modes Explanation||Match Types Explanation|
|Unite Battle Guide||Ranked Match Guide|
|Quick Battle Guide||How to Use Training Mode|
|Fair Play Points Guide||Can Players Use the Same Pokemon?|
|Tournament Mode Guide||Custom Battle Guide|
|Gameplay Manual Guides|
|List of Status Effects||Stats Explanation|
|How to Upgrade Items||Unite Moves Guide|
|List of Berries and Effects||How To Surrender|
|Recall Guide and Best Timing||Super Jump Guide|
|Vision Guide: How Does Vision Work?||Evolution: How to Evolve and Timing|
|Character Creation Guide||Free Rotation Guide|
|Microtransactions Guide||Attack Vs. Special Attack|
|Badge Guide and Explanation||How to Check Team Score|
|How to Check Leaderboard||Tutorial Missions: Access and Rewards|
|How to Increase Movement Speed||Critical Hit Guide|
|How to Use Quick Chat and Pings||How to Use the Camera|
|How to Cancel Moves||Invincibility Guide|
|Move Types and When to Use||Grass Guide: How Does Grass Work?|
|Boosted Attacks Guide||How to Recover HP|
|How to Check Player Levels and Kills||List of Hidden Mechanics|
|How to Chat with Friends||List of Achievements|
|Pokemon Points and Battle Ribbons||Season Points and Rewards|
|Game Setup Guides|
|List of Controls||List of Settings|
|How to Change Your Name||How to Change Your Gender|
|How to Play Online Multiplayer||How to Add Friends|
|Language Settings||How to Use Voice Chat and Best Apps|
|Do You Need Nintendo Online?||Server Reset Time|
|How to Create a New Account||Can You Delete an Account?|
|Player Count and Limit||Can You Play Offline?|
|How to Reduce Lag||What Happens When You Go AFK|
|How to Play with Bots||How to Check Match History|
|Battle Screen and Menus Explanation||Spectator Mode|
|How to Update the Trainer Card||Squads Guide|
|Friendship Points Guide||-|
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