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This is a guide to the berries found in Pokemon UNITE. Read on to find out what the berries are, and what each type of berry does!
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Berries are special items that spawn around the map and are used up when Pokemon walk through them. These berries have varying effects and respawn times.
Taking advantage of these berries is an integral part of the game and is crucial for your team's success!
Yellow Berries are the more common type of berry and heals you when consumed. These particular berries are found behind each of the front line goals in both lanes for each side but stop respawning once the front line goal in front of them is destroyed.
Yellow Berries allow Pokemon defending the lanes to heal up instantly and stay there, instead of recalling back to base to regenerate HP.
Take note that you can consume yellow berries behind the enemy team's front line goal and vice versa.
Green Berries are found in the jungle near the center of the map (Zapdos area). These berries increase your movement speed for a certain duration when consumed. They seem to take longer to respawn compared to Yellow Berries as well.
Junglers can use these berries to move around the jungle or head towards a path to help teammates faster!
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