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This is a guide for Jump Pads and how to unlock them in Pokemon UNITE. Read on to learn more about what Super Jump and Regular Jump Pads do, as well as how to use them effectively!

What is a Super Jump Pad?

A Platform That Launches You Over Long Distances Quickly

Super Jump Pad Location

The Super Jump Pad is a function in Pokemon UNITE that you can use to launch yourself to far and specific locations on the map.

While in the air, you are considered as invulnerable and won't take any damage. Upon landing, you will deal a small amount of area of effect damage to nearby enemies, as well as knocking them back a short distance.

The locations that you can land on are fixed throughout the entire match.

When Does a Super Jump Pad Unlock?

Unlocks at the Half-Time of a Match

For Standard or Ranked Battles, this means the Super Jump Pad will unlock after 5 minutes.

For Quick Battles, the Super Jump Pad will unlock after 2 minutes and 30 seconds.

The Super Jump Pad will spawn inside your base and there is only 1 Super Jump pad per base.

How to Use a Super Jump Pad

Nintendo Switch

Button Description
Down Button Puts your Pokemon on the Super Jump Pad and prepares it.
Right Analog Selects which location to jump to.
ZR Confirms the location and launches your Pokemon.

The picture above shows all 6 destinations you can choose to land on for both Remoat and Mer Stadium Super Jump Pads.

No Super Jump Pads in Shivre City and Auroma Park

Shivre City and Aurora do not have Super Jump Pads in their map. Instead, these maps have unique mechanics that let players travel around quickly like Speed Flux Zones and Conveyor Belts.

Super Jump Pad Tips

Stop Enemies From Scoring Goals

Super Jump Pad AoE Effect

Upon landing from a Super Jump Pad launch, your Pokemon will inflict a small amount of area-of-effect damage and knockback that can stop enemy Pokemon from scoring goals!

Scoring Interruption Can Be Prevented

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The launch damage's area-of-effect covers the entire colored area of the Goal Zone. It's possible to avoid having your scoring interrupted by scoring a goal from the edge of the goal zone, just out of reach from the area-of-effect. Additionally, scoring interruption can also be prevented if you use the Score Shield.

Quickly Getting Back to the Battle

Yellow Berries may not always be available on your lane. This is usually the time when you would want to recall back to base.

After returning to your base, the fastest option for you to get back and protect your goals will be by using the Super Jump Pad. Do this in order to prevent your Goal Zones from being destroyed by the enemy team!

What is a Regular Jump Pad?

Launches you Short Distances Around the Central Area

Regular Jump Pads have the same function of launching you around certain places in the Central Area in Remoat Stadium.

However, the difference is that there's only 1 location you can go to and the Regular Jump Pads automatically launch you when your Pokemon stands on it.

Regular Jump Pad Locations

Remoat Stadium

Mer Stadium

There are no Regular Jump Pads in this map.

Shivre City

There are no Regular Jump Pads in this map.

Auroma Park

There are no Regular Jump Pads in this map.

Regular Jump Pad Tips

Traverse the Central Area Quickly

Regular Jump Pads launch you a very short distance but often launch you over walls or other impassable terrain. Use this to move through the Central Area quickly and get to ganking or farming spots faster.

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