Float Stone is a Held Item found in Pokemon UNITE for the Nintendo Switch and Mobile. Read on to learn more about the Float Stone's stats and effects, how to get Float Stone, and which Pokemon are best for Float Stone!
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|Float Stone||Effect cooldown decreased from 8 to 5s (-3s).|
|184.108.40.206||Effect cooldown decreased from 8 to 5s (-3s).|
|Stat Boost 1||Stat Boost 2|
|Attack + 24||Movement Speed + 120|
|Increases movement speed by (10/15/20)% when the Pokemon is not in combat.|
|Level 10||Attack+8, Movement Speed +40|
|Level 20||Attack+16, Movement Speed +80|
|Level 30||Attack+24, Movement Speed +120|
|1||Attack+1.6, Movement Speed +0|
|2||Attack+1.6, Movement Speed +8|
|3||Attack+3.2, Movement Speed +8|
|4||Attack+3.2, Movement Speed +16|
|5||Attack+4.8, Movement Speed +16|
|6||Attack+4.8, Movement Speed +24|
|7||Attack+6.4, Movement Speed +24|
|8||Attack+6.4, Movement Speed +32|
|9||Attack+8, Movement Speed +32|
|10||Attack+8, Movement Speed +40|
|11||Attack+9.6, Movement Speed +40|
|12||Attack+9.6, Movement Speed +48|
|13||Attack+11.2, Movement Speed +48|
|14||Attack+11.2, Movement Speed +56|
|15||Attack+12.8, Movement Speed +56|
|16||Attack+12.8, Movement Speed +64|
|17||Attack+14.4, Movement Speed +64|
|18||Attack+14.4, Movement Speed +72|
|19||Attack+16, Movement Speed +72|
|20||Attack+16, Movement Speed +80|
|21||Attack+17.6, Movement Speed +80|
|22||Attack+17.6, Movement Speed +88|
|23||Attack+19.2, Movement Speed +88|
|24||Attack+19.2, Movement Speed +96|
|25||Attack+20.8, Movement Speed +96|
|26||Attack+20.8, Movement Speed +104|
|27||Attack+22.4, Movement Speed +104|
|28||Attack+22.4, Movement Speed +112|
|29||Attack+24, Movement Speed +112|
|30||Attack+24, Movement Speed +120|
Float Stone's movement speed bonus activates around 5 seconds after dealing or receiving the last attack. After that, you will be in the state of
away from battle, and your Pokemon's movement speed increases based on Float Stone's level, regardless of whether an enemy is chasing you or not.
The effect can also be removed when you receive damage. If you want to maintain the fast movement speed, it is best to avoid clashes and steer away from AoE attacks.
We also tested the movement speed bonus from the base to the tip of the lane with and without Float Stone to verify whether it activates in Lane Flux. We found out that there is No change in movement speed when Float Stone was equipped. It seems that the bonus movement speed the Lane Flux gives your Pokemon is fixed.
|There are currently no builds that uses this item.|
Float Stone's movement speed bonus was measured at Level 23 (Movement Speed +88). We tested the movement speed of the Pokemon, both with and without Float Stone equipped, by placing it at similar starting points and observing if there are any changes.
|With Float Stone||Without Float Stone|
In the image above, you can see that there is a significant movement speed advantage when Float Stone is in use.
|Aeos Cookie||Assault Vest||Attack Weight|
|Buddy Barrier||Choice Specs||
|Energy Amplifier||Exp. Share||Float Stone|
|Focus Band||Leftovers||Muscle Band|
|Razor Claw||Rocky Helmet|
|Scope Lens||Score Shield||Shell Bell|
|Sp. Atk. Specs||Weakness Policy||Wise Glasses|
|Eject Button||Fluffy Tail||Full Heal|
|X Attack||X Speed||-|
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