This page is about the Battle Item Full Heal 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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|Removes any status effects and prevents them for a period of time.|
Full Heal will protect you from status ailments for 2 seconds after activating it. Be careful, moves with AoE damage that inflict status effects like Sludge Bomb will give you poison again if you stay or walk over the affected area when the bonus effect wears off.
|Trainer Level||Unlocked at Level 16|
|This item is currently not recommended for any Pokemon.|
Activating Full Heal will instantly remove all your negative status effects like burn, frozen, stun, poison and sleep inflicted by opponents. The effect will only work for the Pokemon that activates it.
Full Heal also works against special attacks from Wild Pokemon. You can use it to remove the stun effect when you fail to dodge Drednaw or Bouffalant's special attacks, though generally you'd want to save using this item for when enemy Pokemon manage to disable you.
Whenever you go pass an enemy Goal Zone in the lanes, the Orange Flux Areas will decrease your Pokemon's movement speed as long as you are walking on it. You can use Full Heal to negate the slow effect for a short time, giving you a chance to get out quickly!
|Mr. Mime||Light Screen|
Using Full Heal does not prevent you from getting hit by moves that produces barriers. Moreover, using Full Heal will not let you pass through them.
Slowbro's Telekinesis lifts Pokemon up and disables them for a while. Using Full Heal while you are incapacitated will not counter the move.
When Charizard uses its Unite move the second time while it is active, it grabs the targeted Pokemon then slams it from the air. When you are grabbed this way, you cannot stop the stop the extra move from happening when you activate Full Heal.
Note: You can use Full Heal before Charizard grabs you to prevent it from using the extra Unite move.
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