This page is about the Battle Item Potion in the game Pokemon UNITE. Read on to learn more about the Battle Item's effects and how to get them in the game!
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|Potion||Increased the amount of health recovered from 15% → ~20%|
|18.104.22.168||Health recovery increased from 15% to ~20% Pokemon's maximum health.|
|Heal your Pokemon for around ~20% of its maximum health.|
Potion heals your Pokemon for 20% of its maximum health, or around 1/4 of its HP bar.
|Trainer Level||Unlocked at Level 4|
Simply put, you just use Potion whenever your Pokemon is hurt. The Potion's short cooldown means it's readily available to be used over and over again, so you shouldn't be shy about using it whenever your Pokemon has major or minor injuries.
Using Potion in general helps you stay in the heat of battle for longer. Using it on the lane or jungle helps keep you healthy and reduces the need to teleport back to base, which wastes precious time for farming.
The Potion is also particularly good for Defender type Pokemon during teamfights as they have high HP and restoring roughly an eighth of their health bar does more for them than it does for most other types of Pokemon.
|1||Select Stats from the practice options.|
|2||Your HP is displayed.|
|3||Find out the amount of heal per level.|
The amount of heal was verified by examining the ratio of the HP to be recovered and the HP to be recovered for each Pokemon, which is displayed when the setting of the practice field is set to Status.
|Snorlax Potion Recovery Test|
|Gardevoir Potion Recovery Test|
As a result of the test, it was found that the heal amount of Potion was around 20% up to 25% of the Pokemon's maximum HP. It may be possible that other Pokemon have different recovery values for each level, but it is safe to assume that the base value is at 20%.
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