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This is a guide on the Wild Pokemon Ludicolo in Pokemon UNITE. Read on to know when Ludicolo appear, how and when to beat Ludicolo, what moves Ludicolo has, what rewards Ludicolo gives, and more!
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Ludicolo will spawn after 15 seconds when the match starts. It will appear near each team's base, either at the Top or Bottom Lane of Remoat Stadium. Ludicolo's spawn location will be determined by the direction where Lillipup is moving when the match starts.
Take note that Ludicolo will spawn in the enemy's side of the map parallel to where it spawns in your team's side.
|60 Seconds (in-game time)|
Ludicolo will respawn in exactly 60 seconds (1 minute) after it is defeated. It will always respawn wherever it was positioned when it first appeared in the map.
Ludicolo is fairly east to take down and does not require too much effort. However, it is best not to attract any other wild Pokemon near Ludicolo to avoid taking unnecessary damage. Just make sure to focus your attacks and moves on Ludicolo so you can defeat it fast!
Ludicolo should be reserved for Speedsters or All-Rounders who will take the Jungle area of the map. This way, they can get the experience they need to level up their Pokemon. Also, Ludicolo's bonus effects are extremely helpful for Junglers as it can help them farm wild Pokemon efficiently.
Defeating Ludicolo will give the player a buff that increases damage to wild Pokemon. This is extremely useful for defeating wild Pokemon easily, especially for the early game where leveling up fast is important. Given Ludicolo's quick respawn time, it will be best to defeat it first to gain its effects every time you set your sights on farming wild Pokemon.
Since Ludicolo spawns one at a time in your side of the map, try to go to the enemy's side of the Jungle and steal their Ludicolo. Not only will you gain experience and Aeos Energy, you are also preventing them from benefiting from its effects.
You can easily know if the enemy's Ludicolo has spawned by looking for the yellow dots in the mini map. If it is present, that means the wild Pokemon hasn't been defeated yet.
In the late game, your stats and moves will be powerful enough to defeat wild Pokemon much faster. It is good to capture Ludicolo if it is in along your path, but you shouldn't go out of your way just to defeat it.
Ludicolo has melee attacks which deals not much damage. However, it could easily take out a chunk of your HP when you are fighting it in the early game.
Ludicolo has a strong, water blast attack that deals moderate damage when it hits while slightly pushing you back. You can easily dodge this attack by getting out of where Ludicolo is facing when it channels the move.
|Aeos Energy||4 → 7|
|Bonus Effect||Defeating it grants a buff that increases the damage dealt to wild Pokemon for a short amount of time.|
When you defeat Ludicolo, a Purple aura will be visible around your Pokemon. This indicates that Ludicolo's effect is active and will disappear when it expires.
It is important to note that the Aeos Energy gained from defeating wild Pokemon will be increased in the last 2 minutes of the match.
Players should definitely take on Ludicolo every time it spawns, or at least when they come across it. Its effect is helpful enough that it can make a significant impact in the match if you take advantage of it consistently.
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