The is a guide on what to spend Aeos coins on in Pokemon UNITE. Read on to learn what the best Aeos coin purchases to go for and why.
Players usually have a preferred role they want to play as. Once players have chosen their preferred role, they should then invest in buying the best Held Items for that role, or for the Pokemon they normally use for that role. Players should also keep in mind which Held Items to prioritize upgrading.
Based on the number of coins available given at the start, the amount of coins given in battles, and the amount of coins given for events, it is best to buy all the Held Items first before anything else to give players versatility in choosing Pokemon, and an overall better experience in playing the game.
|Item||Effect and Rating|
When the Pokemon receives a certain amount of damage, damage is dealt to nearby opposing Pokemon equal to (3/4/5)% of those Pokemon's max HP.
When the Pokemon is not in combat, it is granted a shield that nullifies Sp. Atk damage equal to (9/12/15)% of its max HP.
While the Pokemon has the fewest Exp. Points on the team, it gains (3/4/5) Exp. Points per second. In addition, when a nearby teammate defeats a wild Pokemon, that teammate gains slightly more Exp. Points.
|Sp. Atk. Specs||
When the Pokemon scores a goal, its Sp. Attack increases by (8/12/16).
When the Pokemon scores a goal, its Attack increases by (6/9/12).
When the Pokemon scores a goal, its max HP increases by (100/150/200).
While the Pokemon is attempting to score a goal, it is granted a shield equal to (5/7.5/10)% of its max HP and its goals cannot be interrupted while it is shielded.
When the Pokemon uses its Unite Move, that Pokemon and the nearby ally Pokemon with the lowest HP are each granted a shield equal to (15/20/25)% of their max HP.
Increases movement speed by (10/15/20)% when the Pokemon is not in combat.
After the Pokemon uses its Unite Move, the damage the Pokemon deals is increased by (7/14/21)% for a short time.
When the Pokemon drops to low HP, then each second for three seconds, it recovers (8/11/14)% of the HP it has lost.
Increases Sp Attack by (3/5/7)%.
Recovers a minimum of (45/60/75) HP when a move hits an enemy. You will recover more HP if your Sp Attack stat is higher.
Increases damage dealt by basic attack critical hits. The higher the Pokemon's Attack, the more the damage increases.
When basic attacks hit, the damage is increased by 1%/2%/3% of the opposing Pokemon's remaining HP.
When the Pokemon is not in combat, it recovers (1/1.5/2)% of its max HP every second.
After the Pokemon uses a move, its next basic attack deals a minimum of (10/15/20) damage. The higher the Pokemon's Attack, the more this damage increases. When this item is held by a melee Pokemon, this basic attack also decreases the movement speed of opposing Pokemon for a short time.
Increases the damage of moves by a minimum of (40/50/60) when they hit. The higher the Pokemon's SP. Atk. the more the damage is increased
Increases the Pokemon's Attack for a short time by a minimum of (2/2.5/3)% when the Pokemon receives damage. This increase grows larger the more times damage is received
Increases your Pokemon's basic attack speed by (15%/22.5%/30%) for a short time after three basic attacks.
Restores HP equal to (6%/8%/10%) of damage dealt with Attack-based basic attack.
There is a chance that players are rewarded with a Held Item that they already own. When this occurs, players are given Item Enhancers instead as a form of refund as seen in the image above.
After purchasing all the Held Items which will be relevant for their playstyle, players should invest in either unlocking the best Pokemon for their chosen role or saving Aeos Coins for future additions to the roster. Players should try out the different Pokemon in the Practice Area, or wait for Pokemon to come upon Free Rotation to determine which Pokemon fits their playstyle.
Pokemon can be unlocked by purchasing Pokemon Licenses in the Unite Battle Committee (UBC) shop.
Aeos Coins are the currency type players get through playing matches and occasionally while leveling up or through events. Players can earn up to 2100 Aeos Coins per week through battles.
How to Farm Aeos Coins
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