Regieleki is a Boss Pokemon in Pokemon UNITE. Read on to know what buff Regieleki gives, its spawn time, spawn locations, the effective strategy to take Regieleki, and more!
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|Effects / Description||Heads towards an enemy goal zone to make it defenseless for 25 seconds. Aids the allied team while pushing.|
|Spawn Time / Conditions||7:00|
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|Red||Spawns at the upper-middle area at the Top Lane.|
Regieleki spawns at the upper-middle area at the Top Lane when the match timer reaches the seven-minute (7:00) mark. It spawns at the same time with the tri-Regis at the bottom - Registeel, Regice, or Regirock.
|Respawn Time||120 seconds|
Regieleki will respawn 120 seconds after being defeated. It is possible to get up to three (3) objective spawns in one match if you manage to defeat it quickly.
Regieleki's respawn timer will start ticking after it is secured by a team which means the spawn timer counts down even if it is traveling in a lane.
It will eventually stop respawning when the battle time reaches the last 2:00 minutes of the match.
|Effect||Fights for your team until it reaches an enemy goal, then makes it vulnerable for 25 seconds.|
Capturing Regieleki will make it fight for the team that captures it. As it travels to the nearest goal zone, it will attack any opposing Pokemon that it comes in contact with.
Once it reaches a goal zone, it will make it vulnerable for 25 seconds and any scoring of goals during this time will be instant - regardless of how much points are dunked.
While the goal zone is vulnerable, HP recovery and shield effects for the goal zone's allied team are disabled. This makes it much harder for the affected team to defend the goal zone for the duration of the effect.
The points that Regieleki carries while it pushes a lane can be reduced if it takes too much damage. Fortunately, the time it will make a goal zone vulnerable will not change, even if Regieleki enters a goal zone with low health.
The points dropped by Regieleki will only be given to the player who deals with the final hit. However, if that player's Aeos Energy is at full capacity when it defeats Regieleki, the points are dropped instead and can be picked up by other players.
Though it is important to maintain aggression and defeat Regieleki as quickly as possible, Regieleki's attacks are powerful enough to pressure your HP easily. Because of this, it is best to contest Regieleki while keeping defense in mind to not get ganked by the enemy team.
Before Regieleki performs a move, it will telegraph where the attack will hit. Use this to evade its attacks and avoid sustaining damage. Depending on the Pokemon you are using, you should use dash moves to steer clear of any AoE attacks.
Like other objectives, Regieleki will go back to its spawn area and regenerate all the HP it sustained when it loses aggression. So, when contesting Regieleki, it is best to maintain a good distance between you and it so it won't revert, especially if you are using a ranged Pokemon.
Regieleki is a big and wide target, which makes it easy to hit. However, the objective packs a decent punch, it is still best to rally all your teammates if you want the best chance to secure it.
|Spirit Shackle||Decidueye||Take advantage of Spirit Shackles multiple charges to deplete the objective's health. When its HP is low enough, shoot them down with a fully charged shot for a clean steal.|
|Pyro Ball||Cinderace||Bombard the objective with Standard Attacks. When its HP is low enough, shoot them down with a Pyro Ball. It is best to aim for getting Blaze stacks first before using Pyro Ball.|
|Hyper Beam||Dragonite||Cycle between Boosted Attacks and Dragon Dance to charge up Hyper Beam to the max before bursting down the objective.|
|Brave Bird||Talonflame||Utilize Brave Bird's long range to target the objective from afar and let the enemy do all the work. When the objective's HP is low enough, activate Brave Bird to swoop down and steal the objective.|
|Solar Beam||Venusaur||Maneuver around the objective and constantly deal Standard Attacks. Once the objectives HP is low enough, burst them down with a Solar Beam. You can also line up the shot to hit the enemy team to get more value.|
|Solar Beam||Mew||Like with Venusaur, Mew's Solar Beam functions the same way. We suggest dropping Light Screen first before shooting the beam to amplify the damage.|
With how the current meta now shifting to taking Regieleki than taking the Regis in the bottom lane, always be aware of Regieleki's spawn time (and timer that will show in-game) and position yourself near it so your team can take it.
It always spawn at 7:00, then respawns after exactly 120 seconds!
If your team fails to capture the Regieleki spawn, you may find that your team is missing one goal zone. It is best to prepare for the next Regieleki spawn and try your best to secure it to even out the odds!
Having Regieleki fight for your team drastically increases your power when pushing the Top Lane. If you want to get ahead in points in the early game, as well as cut-off benefits that come with goal zones, securing Regieleki can help you and your team achieve that.
Though the objective's respawn time gets cut off at 2:00 of the match, Regieleki does not disappear if it is captured before Rayquaza spawns. It will still fight for your team and make a goal zone vulnerable if it reaches one.
This strategy can be used as a distraction at the Top Lane during the final stretch, allowing you to focus on scoring goals or taking Rayquaza while giving the opposing team a dilemma!
If a Pokemon gets close, Regieleki will shoot it down with a ball of energy. Although this attack may not deal significant damage, taking too many hits can be dangerous if you are not careful.
Regieleki shoots three (3) electric webs in triangular directions, dealing damage and slowing each Pokemon it hits. When dodging this move, it is best to move toward the side of the attack, rather than away from it.
Regieleki engulfs an area in electricity that deals damage and stuns Pokemon that are caught within it. Since this move has a wide area, it is best to stop attacking and quickly use a dash move to evade the attack.
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