This page is about the Battle Item Eject Button 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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|Eject Button||Cooldown increased from 55 seconds to 70 seconds (+27%).|
The beloved Eject Button has suffered a nerf in the 188.8.131.52 patch, increasing its cooldown to 70 seconds. That said, due to its one-of-a-kind ability, it's unlikely that Eject Button will disappear from the metagame even with the change.
|Makes your Pokemon move quickly in the specified direction.|
|Trainer Level||Unlocked at Level 11|
|Snorlax Eject Button Combo|
If you are using a Pokemon with access to moves with stun or immobilizing effects such as Garchomp or Snorlax, then the Eject Button may be just the tool you need to close the distance suddenly and quickly to land these Moves and allow your team to follow-up on your attacks.
Alternatively if you're caught in a tight spot, you can use the Eject Button to make a quick getaway from your opponents. Take note that while the Eject Button's range is limited you can still use it to go over walls if the distance is just right, so use this to your advantage.
Lastly, Eject Button can also be used to chase down retreating opponents with low HP so you can deal the finishing blow. Be careful though, if you chase them far into enemy territory, you may not be able to use Eject Button for escaping.
Using Eject Button in front of a wall will let you go through them. Take advantage of this by doing surprise attacks in lanes, or make it more difficult for the opponent to chase you!
Note: You cannot pass through walls that are wider than the targeted distance of the Eject Button.
|Near Goal Zones in the Lanes||
|Walls in the Center Entrances and Exits||
|Corners Near Goal Zones||
The Eject Button can also slip through obstacles created by enemy Pokemon such as Rock Tomb or Light Screen. Whenever you are trapped by Pokemon moves, use it without hesitation to escape from the pinch.
Additionally, it can also be used to escape from range attacks such as Electro Ball, Shadow Ball, or Sludge Bomb, to name a few. However, since the Eject Button has a relatively long cooldown time of 55 seconds, it is recommended to reserve Eject Button for dire situations.
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|Exp. Share||Float Stone||Focus Band|
|Leftovers||Muscle Band||Razor Claw|
|Rocky Helmet||Scope Lens||Score Shield|
|Shell Bell||Sp. Atk. Specs||Weakness Policy|
|Eject Button||Fluffy Tail||Full Heal|
|X Attack||X Speed||-|
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