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This is a tier list of Battle Items in Pokemon UNITE. Read on to know the best Battle Items in the game and why you should take them into battle!
List of Contents
This tier list is based on information from the Japanese Beta Test.
|Eject Button||Eject Button is easily one of the best battle items in Pokemon UNITE. The ability to instantly teleport short distances can mean drastic changes for almost every Pokemon in the current roster. Slow Pokemon suddenly have the means to close the distance or relocate in the blink of an eye. Those who are already mobile become even more elusive, turning into an even bigger threat for unsuspecting opponents.|
|Full Heal||Full Heal is another incredible battle item that offers significant improvements in survivability for Pokemon across the board. This battle item grants you the ability to cleanse negative Status Effects and allow you to completely ignore them for a certain duration.|
|X Attack||A battle item commonly utilized by Speedsters and Attackers, X Attack gives Pokemon significant boosts in Attack and Special Attack for a certain duration. This gives damage dealers a crucial window to dish out their dps to the fullest. This window often makes the difference between victory and defeat.|
|Fluffy Tail||Fluffy Tail is a battle item that grants more efficiency when clearing Wild Pokemon in the map. While it doesn't help at all during direct engagements with the enemy, helping your team capture key objectives in the map such as Zapdos and Rotom quicker can also lead to victory.|
|Slow Smoke||Slow Smoke is a battle item that lets you Slow enemy targets within its effect radius. This has a fairly decent cooldown and the radius is good enough, making it viable in certain situations and matchups.|
|X Speed||X Speed improves your Movement Speed and negates Slow effects on your Pokemon. This is a nice item for low-level trainers because it improves a Pokemon's overall mobility, allowing them to dodge out of harm's way or close in for an easy kill. It can still be used for high-level matches in some scenarios, but Eject Button tends to outperform this item overall.|
|Goal-Getter||Goal-Getter lets you score goals incredibly fast, similar to Rotom or Zapdos' buffs. While this may seem amazing on paper, its overall effectiveness is significantly brought down by its insane cooldown of 2 minutes. This essentially means you only have about five uses per match! Unless matches become longer on the game's release, we recommend using other items instead.|
|Potion||Potion is the first battle item available in the game and has a pretty straightforward effect. This item grants you the ability to heal for a small amount of HP, which is great for low-level matches. As you progress and unlock more battle items, however, it becomes apparent that regaining HP isn't exactly a problem due to the presence of Yellow Berries and Supporters who can bolster your survivability through heals and shields.|
Battle Items are unlocked as you increase your Trainer Level. Check out our guide below on how to quickly increase your trainer level in Pokemon UNITE:
|Pokemon UNITE Tier Lists|
|Pokemon Tier List||Held Items Tier List|
|Battle Items Tier List||Free Character Tier List|
|Pokemon UNITE Tier Lists|
|Attacker Tier List||Speedster Tier List|
|All-Rounder Tier List||Defender Tier List|
|Supporter Tier List|
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