This page is about the Held Item Focus Band in the game Pokemon UNITE. Read on to learn more about the Held Item's effects and how to get them in the game!
List of Contents
|Stat Boost 1||Stat Boost 2|
|Defense +30||Sp Defense +30|
|When the Pokemon drops to low HP, then each second for three seconds, it recovers (8/11/14)% of the HP it has lost.|
|Level 10||Defense +10, Sp. Defense +10|
|Level 20||Defense +20, Sp. Defense +20|
|Level 30||Defense +30, Sp. Defense +30|
|1||Defense +2, Sp. Defense +0|
|2||Defense +2, Sp. Defense +2|
|3||Defense +4, Sp. Defense +2|
|4||Defense +4, Sp. Defense +4|
|5||Defense +6, Sp. Defense +4|
|6||Defense +6, Sp. Defense +6|
|7||Defense +8, Sp. Defense +6|
|8||Defense +8, Sp. Defense +8|
|9||Defense +10, Sp. Defense +8|
|10||Defense +10, Sp. Defense +10|
|11||Defense +12, Sp. Defense +10|
|12||Defense +12, Sp. Defense +12|
|13||Defense +14, Sp. Defense +12|
|14||Defense +14, Sp. Defense +14|
|15||Defense +16, Sp. Defense +14|
|16||Defense +16, Sp. Defense +16|
|17||Defense +18, Sp. Defense +16|
|18||Defense +18, Sp. Defense +18|
|19||Defense +20, Sp. Defense +18|
|20||Defense +20, Sp. Defense +20|
|21||Defense +22, Sp. Defense +20|
|22||Defense +22, Sp. Defense +22|
|23||Defense +24, Sp. Defense +22|
|24||Defense +24, Sp. Defense +24|
|25||Defense +26, Sp. Defense +24|
|26||Defense +26, Sp. Defense +26|
|27||Defense +28, Sp. Defense +26|
|28||Defense +28, Sp. Defense +28|
|29||Defense +30, Sp. Defense +28|
|30||Defense +30, Sp. Defense +30|
The Focus Band triggers when a Pokemon is about 25% HP or below , and has a 138 second cooldown after activation. Furthermore, getting attacked while the effect is activated does not remove or stop it.
Generally, Focus Band is best used by Pokemon who likes to dive into the middle of a fight, or who can act as a frontliner for the team like Defenders and All-Rounders. Since the heal is based on a percentage of the HP lost, Pokemon with a large max HP can benefit from Focus Band the most.
|When Below Around 30% or Less||When Below Around 25% or Less|
The purpose of this test was to determine how low must a Pokemon's HP get to trigger the Focus Band heal effect. The HP threshold test was conducted by using the dummy in Practice Area to display the current HP of the Pokemon, then getting hit by Ludiculo until the heal effect from Focus Band is activated.
As a result of the test, it is confirmed that the HP threshold is around 25% or below to get the heal effect activated. Players can manage their HP by dividing the health bar into 4 (estimated) sections, making it 25% each section. When the health bar drops lower than half, this should be an indicator that the heal effect is near activation. At this point, players should start to be extra cautious when starting or joining fights.
|First Heal Activation||Heal Activated Again|
The purpose of this test was to determine how long before the heal effect from Focus Band can activate again after it triggers initially. The cooldown test was conducted by getting the heal effect from Focus Band activated, then waited until the heal effect gets activated again.
As a result of the test, it is confirmed that the cooldown time is about 138 seconds. Consequently, the Focus Band heal effect can only be triggered about 3 times to 4 times per battle. This is due to the fact that a match only lasts for 10 minutes, and considering that players tend to spend the first 1 to 2 minutes just defeating wild Pokemon to level up and get points.
The purpose of this test was to determine if the heal effect from Focus Band can be removed or stopped by getting attacked. The test was conducted in the Practice Area by getting the Focus Band to trigger, then while it is activated, get attacked to see if the healing stops.
As a result of the test, it is confirmed that getting attacked while the Focus Band heal effect is activated does not remove or stop it. With this info, Focus Band provides decent sustain and survivability during fights. This can turn fights around.
|Rocky Helmet||Assault Vest||Exp. Share|
|Sp. Atk. Specs||Attack Weight||Aeos Cookie|
|Score Shield||Buddy Barrier||Float Stone|
|Energy Amplifier||Focus Band||Wise Glasses|
|Shell Bell||Scope Lens||Muscle Band|
|Leftovers||Choice Specs||Weakness Policy|
|Potion||X Attack||X Speed|
|Fluffy Tail||Eject Button||Slow Smoke|
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