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Super Jump Pads allow players to quickly traverse the map to defend goals, save allies, or just get to a destination faster. 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!
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The Super Jump Pad is a platform in Pokemon UNITE that you can use to launch yourself to specific locations on the map.
While in the air, you're Unstoppable. Upon lading, you'll stun and knock up enemies within the area of effect.
The locations that you can land on are fixed throughout the entire match.
For Remoat Stadium and Theia Sky Ruins, the Super Jump Pads will appear after 5 minutes.
As for Mer Stadium, it will appear after 2 minutes and 30 seconds.
|Remoat Stadium||Mer Stadium||Theia Sky Ruins|
Only Remoat Stadium, Mer Stadium, and Theia Sky Ruins have Super Jump Pads.
|Shivre City||Auroma Park|
Shivre City and Auroma Park do not contain Super Jump Pads. Instead, these maps have unique mechanics that let players travel around quickly like Speed Flux Zones and Conveyor Belts, respectively.
|How to Use the Super Jump Pad in Nintendo Switch|
|1||Step on the Super Jump Pad and press the down button
|2||Choose a jump location using the right analog stick
|3||Press the ZR button to start the jump
|How to Use the Super Jump Pad in Mobile|
|1||Step on the Super Jump Pad and tap Super Jump.
|2||Simply tap on your desired location to start the jump.
Upon landing from a Super Jump Pad launch, your Pokemon will stun and knock up enemies within the area of effect, stopping them from scoring.
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.
Using the Super Jump Pad is also a great way to get back into battle quickly, especially just after recalling to base to heal.
Regular Jump Pads have the same function of launching you around certain places. However, the differences are you can't choose where to land, and it will launch you automatically after a set amount of time when you stand on it.
Only Remoat Stadium and Theia Sky Ruins contain Regular Jump Pads.
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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