This is a guide to the bottom lane of Aeos Island in Pokemon UNITE. Read on to learn more about the bottom lane, which Pokemon to use for the bottom lane, bottom lane strategies, and more!
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The Bottom Lane in Pokemon Unite refers to the path located at the bottom part of the battle arena. Like the top lane, it has 2 goals present for both teams. It has a beach area at the bottom part and more space along the paths, making it relatively larger in size compared to the top lane.
Bottom lane players will constantly clash with the opposing team. While top lane players focus mostly on accumulating points and eventually scoring with Rotom, bottom lane players have to maintain pressure on their opponents by always keeping them in check and mitigating any point and level disparity. This will be important as the bottom lane is wider than the top lane, so expect doing mini skirmishes while having your goal protected.
Unlike wild Pokemon found in the Jungle, wild Pokemon found along both top and bottom lanes do not offer any buffs when defeated.
Points Earned: 2 - 5
Early on, Aipom has low points to give. It will not appear in the remaining 2 minutes.
Points Earned: 5 - 7
Appears first at the center of the top and bottom. When the goal is destroyed, it appears in the lane of the destroyed goal.
Points Earned: 2 - 3
Three Combees appear with Vespiqueen. Respawns at the destroyed goal.
Points Earned: 4 - 6
Appears with three Combees. Respawns at the destroyed goal.
Drednaw will spawn at the center part of the bottom lane in the 7 minute mark. Defeating Drednaw can give your team an experience boost and bonus shields.
Points Earned: 20
Grants EXP points and shields to the allied team.
It is recommended to have at least 2 Pokemon positioned at the bottom lane. Though you can practically use any Pokemon for the bottom lane, it is recommended to have at least 1 Supporter Pokemon to provide buffs or hindrances when needed.
Pokemon who have ranged or fast attacks will be effective for pressuring your opponent's HP. Hit-and-run tactics will be key for stealing the last hit on the enemy's wild Pokemon..
Pokemon who have high endurance can easily camp at the goal and prevent your opponents from scoring entirely. All-rounders can use their extra strength to push back or even knock opponents down when they over extend to your goal.
The Supporter Pokemon will provide both heal and buffs in early clashes while being able to your teammate farm up to powerful moves for the late game. Alternatively, they can also help by hindering or inflicting status effects on opponents defensively or for knocking them down.
|Recommended Bottom Lane Pokemon|
|Recommended Support for Bottom Lane|
Drednaw is stronger both in defense and dealing damage compared to Rotom at the top lane. It will be hard to defeat it at a low level, but the experience it gives makes it worth contesting in the early game. Moreover, the bonus shield is a huge advantage and could lead to a devastating push for whichever team has it.
Be sure keep close tabs on Drednaw as its location is farther away from your goal. Committing to it will take quite an effort and could leave your goal open.
Having the Jungler in the lane generates a number advantage to help push or defend a goal when needed. This can also be used to help defeat Drednaw efficiently. It is important to communicate to the Jungler whether the bottom lane players will go for a push, or knock down opponents, as the number advantage can be mitigated by the opponent's Jungler.
|Top Lane||Jungle||Bottom||Playstyle Roles|
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