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Leafeon Builds: Guide and Moveset

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The best guide on how to play Leafeon in Pokemon UNITE for Nintendo Switch and Mobile. Check here for Leafeon best build, its price, cost, and role, Held and Battle items, moveset and skills, as well as the latest nerfs, buffs, counters, matchups, and more!

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Leafeon Latest Nerfs & Buffs (3/12)

Version 1.14.1.4 Patch Notes

Leafeon Move Changes (March 12)
Aerial Ace Image
Aerial Ace
• Fixed the issue with Leafeon, which could use a basic attack immediately after the Aerial Ace empowered basic attack.

Leaf Blade

1.11.1.3 Cooldown increased from 8s to 9s. (+1s) Damage reduced by 20%.

Solar Blade

1.11.1.3 Damage increased by 10%.
1.14.1.2 Damage reduction when charging increased from 30% to 40%.

Aerial Ace

1.11.1.3 Cooldown reduced from 1.5s to 0.5s. (-1s) Time to replenish a charge decreased from 6s to 5s. (-1s) Aerial Ace +: Cooldown reduced from 1.5s to 0.5s. (-1s) Time to replenish a charge decreased from 5s to 4s. (-1s)
1.14.1.2 Damage increased by 50%. Time to replenish a charge reduced from 5s to 4s (-1s). Aerial Ace+: Time to replenish a charge reduced from 4s to 3.5s (-0.5s).
1.14.1.4 Fixed the issue with Leafeon, which could use a basic attack immediately after the Aerial Ace empowered basic attack.

Emerald Two-Step

1.12.1.4 Damage is reduced by 10%. Energy needed has increased by about 13%.

Leafeon Basic Info

Leafeon
Leafeon.jpg
Tier Rating: SS Rank Icon

Role: Speedster
Attack Type: Melee
Damage Type: Physical
Difficulty: Intermediate
Cost:
"Unleash the power of the sun with this cunning Speedster!"

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Leafeon Best Lanes

Top Icon.pngTop Jungle Icon.pngJungle Bot Icon.pngBottom
3 Stars.png
5 Stars.png
4 Stars.png

Tips & Strategies for Every Lane

Leafeon Price and Cost

Pokemon UNITE - Leafeon Updated Price and Cost.png

Pokemon UNITE - Leafeon LicenseUNITE License: Leafeon
Aeos Coin Icon 13,000
Aeos Gems 575

As of June 15, 2023, Leafeon is now purchasable for 13,000 Aeos Coins or 575 Aeos Gems! This comes one week after Leafeon was first released and was only available to purchase with Aeos Gems.

Strengths and Weaknesses

Strengths Weaknesses
✔︎ High burst damage.
✔︎ High mobility.
✔︎ Great scaling
✖︎ Susceptible to disables and burst damage
✖︎ High skill ceiling

Best Builds for Leafeon

Leafeon Builds

Solar Blade Build

Solar Blade Build
Pokemon UNITE - Best Build Icon
Moveset Held Items
Battle Item
Item Effects
(at Level 30)
Recommended Lane
Attack: +42
Movement Speed: +150
Cooldown: -4.50%
Unite Move Charge Rate: +6%
Pokemon UNITE - Top Lane Recommendation Yes Top Lane
Pokemon UNITE - Jungle Recommendation Yes Jungle
Pokemon UNITE - Bot Lane Recommendation Yes Bot Lane
Emblem Color Combination Target Emblem Stats
Positive Stats:
Attack
Free Negative Stats:
Sp. Atk
Defense
Sp. Def
Note:
The emblem color and stats here are suggestions only. The builds are still viable even without the suggested emblems.

Solar Blade Explanation

This build is centered on quickly charging Chlorophyll using Leaf Blade, then bursting targets down with a quick Solar Blade.

  • Attack Weight gives Leafeon a large damage boost, particularly for its moves.
  • Energy Amplifier further boosts Leafeon's damage when it uses Emerald Two-Step.
  • Float Stone is a staple item for Leafeon, giving the Pokemon more movement speed and damage.
  • Charging Charm can be a replacement for Attack Weight or Float Stone.
  • Eject Button gives a repositioning tool for offensive and defensive use.
  • The build's Boost Emblem loadout should consist of 6 Brown Emblems for more damage and 6 White Emblems additional HP. This can be achieved by equipping at least two (2) Emblems that are both Brown and White.
  • Equip Emblems that improve Attack to further increase Solar Blade's damage.
  • Sp. Atk., Sp. Def., and Defense can be freely traded for the other stats.

Solar Blade Damage Test

Items
+
Float Stone
(@Lvl 30)
Solar Blade
(@ Lvl 15)
Leaf Blade
(Inner Circle)
(@ Lvl 15)
Leaf Blade
(Outer Circle)
(@ Lvl 15)
Attack Weight
(6 Stacks)
+
Energy Amplifier
(Includes Effects)
3982 1326
2682

Since the build is centered on bursting down targets with Solar Blade and Leaf Blade, equipping items that will maximize their damage output is the ideal item combination. Float Stone is a core item for the build, leaving two (2) items left for consideration.

As the results show, Energy Amplifier and a fully-stacked Attack Weight would yield the best results. However, it does require Leafeon to fully stack Attack Weight first and use Emerald Two-Step to maximize its damage output.

As for alternatives, replacing Attack Weight with Muscle Band would be the best choice. The item combination produced the second best results in all tests. It also eliminates the need for item stacking while improving the Pokemon's attacks.


These damage tests are conducted using the Training Dummy in Practice Mode. The results are taken from the Total Damage data.

Note:
The numbers in bold are the highest result for a specific test.
Items
+
Float Stone
(@Lvl 30)
Solar Blade
(@ Lvl 15)
Leaf Blade
(Inner Circle)
(@ Lvl 15)
Leaf Blade
(Outer Circle)
(@ Lvl 15)
Muscle Band
+
Razor Claw
3117 1056
2133
Muscle Band
+
Scope Lens
3073 1044
2112
Muscle Band
+
Attack Weight
(6 Stacks)
3335 1107
2238
Muscle Band
+
Energy Amplifier
(Includes Effects)
3718 1263
2553
Razor Claw
+
Scope Lens
3073 1044
2112
Razor Claw
+
Attack Weight
(6 Stacks)
3335 1107
2238
Razor Claw
+
Energy Amplifier
(Includes Effects)
3718 1263
2553
Scope Lens
+
Attack Weight
(6 Stacks)
3291 1098
2217
Scope Lens
+
Energy Amplifier
(Includes Effects)
3665 1251
2529
Attack Weight
(6 Stacks)
+
Energy Amplifier
(Includes Effects)
3982 1326
2682

The tests above does not use any Emblems yet so it will scale higher if equipped.

Double Leaf Build

Double Leaf Build
Moveset Held Items
Battle Item
Item Effects
(at Level 30)
Recommended Lane
Attack: +33
Critical-Hit Rate: +2.10%
Cooldown: -4.50%
Unite Move Charge Rate: +6%
Pokemon UNITE - Top Lane Recommendation Yes Top Lane
Pokemon UNITE - Jungle Recommendation Yes Jungle
Pokemon UNITE - Bot Lane Recommendation Yes Bot Lane
Emblem Color Combination Target Emblem Stats
Positive Stats:
Attack
Critical-Hit Rate
Free Negative Stats:
Sp. Atk
Defense
Sp. Def
Note:
The emblem color and stats here are suggestions only. The builds are still viable even without the suggested emblems.

Double Leaf Build Explanation

This is build focuses on dealing high burst damage with Leaf Blade and Razor Leaf. Leafeon will also use its Boosted Attacks for extra damage.

  • Razor Claw adds more damage to Leafeon's attacks whenever it uses a move, particularly Razor Leaf.
  • Attack Weight increases Leafeon's overall damage output and has great synergy with Razor Claw's effect.
  • Energy Amplifier further boosts Leafeon's damage when it uses Emerald Two-Step.
  • Float Stone can be a replacement for Razor Claw, giving Leafeon more mobility to work with.
  • Eject Button gives Leafeon more mobility on top of Leaf Blade, and its innate movement speed.
  • The build's Boost Emblem loadout should consist of 6 Brown Emblems for more damage and 6 White Emblems additional HP. This can be achieved by equipping at least two (2) Emblems that are both Brown and White.
  • Equip Emblems that improve Attack or Critial-Hit Rate to maximize Leafeon's damage output.
  • Sp. Atk., Sp. Def., and Defense can be freely traded for the other stats.

Double Leaf Build Damage Test

Items
(@Lvl 30)
Razor Leaf
(@ Lvl 15)
Leaf Blade
(@ Lvl 15)
Boosted Attack
(@ Lvl 15)
Boosted Attack
Critical-Hit
(@ Lvl 15)
Razor Claw
+
Attack Weight
(6 Stacks)
+
Energy Amplifier
(Includes Effect)
6075
2667
1965
3168

Since the build is centered on bursting down targets using Razor Leaf, Leaf Blade, and Boosted Attacks, equipping items that will maximize their damage output is the ideal item combination.

As the results show, Razor Claw, Energy Amplifier, and a fully-stacked Attack Weight will produce the best outcome for the build. Although the item combination did not generate the best results in Razor Leaf and Leaf Blade, it's only slightly lower than the highest score. However, it did had the best results for Boosted Attacks.

As for alternatives, replacing Razor Claw with Float Stone would be the ideal choice. The item combination scored the highest results for Razor Leaf and Leaf Blade but had only had average Boosted Attack outcomes. However, having Floating Stone does give Leafeon more movement speed on top of Chlorophyll, which also suits the build's gameplay.


These damage tests are conducted using the Training Dummy in Practice Mode. The results are taken from the Total Damage data.

Note:
The numbers in bold are the highest result for a specific test.
Items
(@Lvl 30)
Razor Leaf
(@ Lvl 15)
Leaf Blade
(@ Lvl 15)
Muscle Band
+
Razor Claw
+
Float Stone
4794 2133
Muscle Band
+
Razor Claw
+
Attack Weight
(6 Stacks)
5087 2226
Muscle Band
+
Razor Claw
+
Energy Amplifier
(Includes Effect)
5675 2541
Muscle Band
+
Float Stone
+
Attack Weight
(6 Stacks)
5124 2238
Muscle Band
+
Float Stone
+
Energy Amplifier
(Includes Effect)
5723 2553
Muscle Band
+
Attack Weight
(6 Stacks)
+
Energy Amplifier
(Includes Effect)
6075 2667
Razor Claw
+
Float Stone
+
Attack Weight
(6 Stacks)
5124 2238
Razor Claw
+
Float Stone
+
Energy Amplifier
(Includes Effect)
5723 2553
Razor Claw
+
Attack Weight
(6 Stacks)
+
Energy Amplifier
(Includes Effect)
6075 2667
Float Stone
+
Attack Weight
(6 Stacks)
+
Energy Amplifier
(Includes Effect)
6117 2682
Items
(@Lvl 30)
Boosted Attack
(@ Lvl 15)
Boosted Attack
Critical-Hit
(@ Lvl 15)
Muscle Band
+
Razor Claw
(Includes Effect)
+
Float Stone
1879 2807
Muscle Band
+
Razor Claw
(Includes Effect)
+
Attack Weight
(6 Stacks)
2018 3032
Muscle Band
+
Razor Claw
(Includes Effect)
+
Energy Amplifier
(Includes Effect)
2136 3221
Muscle Band
+
Float Stone
+
Attack Weight
(6 Stacks)
1621 2646
Muscle Band
+
Float Stone
+
Energy Amplifier
(Includes Effect)
1710 2809
Muscle Band
+
Attack Weight
(6 Stacks)
+
Energy Amplifier
(Includes Effect)
1839 3042
Razor Claw
(Includes Effect)
+
Float Stone
+
Attack Weight
(6 Stacks)
1675 2700
Razor Claw
(Includes Effect)
+
Float Stone
+
Energy Amplifier
(Includes Effect)
1796 2895
Razor Claw
(Includes Effect)
+
Attack Weight
(6 Stacks)
+
Energy Amplifier
(Includes Effect)
1965 3168
Float Stone
+
Attack Weight
(6 Stacks)
+
Energy Amplifier
(Includes Effect)
1497 2714

The tests above does not use any Emblems yet so it will scale higher if equipped.

Razor Leaf Build

Razor Leaf Build
Moveset Held Items
Battle Item
Item Effects
(at Level 30)
Recommended Lane
Attack: +57
Critical-Hit Rate: +2.10%
Movement Speed: +150
Pokemon UNITE - Top Lane Recommendation Yes Top Lane
Pokemon UNITE - Jungle Recommendation Yes Jungle
Pokemon UNITE - Bot Lane Recommendation Yes Bot Lane
Emblem Color Combination Target Emblem Stats
Positive Stats:
Attack
Critical-Hit Rate
Free Negative Stats:
Sp. Atk
Defense
Sp. Def
Note:
The emblem color and stats here are suggestions only. The builds are still viable even without the suggested emblems.

Razor Leaf Build Explanation

This build is centered on dashing towards targets with Aerial Ace and bursting them down using Razor Leaf and attacks.

  • Attack Weight increases Leafeon's overall damage output and has great synergy with Razor Claw's effect.
  • Razor Claw adds more damage to Leafeon's attacks whenever it uses a move, particularly Aerial Ace.
  • Float Stone is a staple item for Leafeon, giving the Pokemon more movement speed and damage.
  • Energy Amplifier can be a replacement for Razor Claw, giving Leafeon more damage whenever it uses Emerald Two-Step.
  • Eject Button gives Leafeon more mobility on top of Aerial Ace, and its innate movement speed.
  • X Speed can work just as well for the build.
  • The build's Boost Emblem loadout should consist of 6 Brown Emblems for more damage and 6 White Emblems additional HP. This can be achieved by equipping at least two (2) Emblems that are both Brown and White.
  • Equip Emblems that improve Attack or Critial-Hit Rate to maximize Leafeon's damage output.
  • Sp. Atk., Sp. Def., and Defense can be freely traded for the other stats.

Razor Leaf Build Damage Test

Items
+
Float Stone
(@Lvl 30)
Razor Leaf
(@ Lvl 15)
Aerial Ace
(@ Lvl 15)
Razor Claw
+
Attack Weight
(6 Stacks)
5124 1005

Since the build's primary sources of damage comes from Razor Leaf, Aerial Ace, and attacks, equipping items that will maximize their damage is the ideal item combination. Float Stone is a core item for the build, leaving two (2) items left for consideration.

Out of all the item combinations, Attack Weight and Razor Claw would make the most sense for the build. The item combination still produced decent results even if they're not the highest ones.

As for alternatives, Replacing Razor Claw with Energy Amplifier would be the best option. The item combination had the second best results for Razor Leaf and Aerial Ace, and had decent outcomes for attack damage tests. Also, Leafeon can abuse Energy Amplifier's effects more often since its Emerald Two-Step has a low cooldown.


These damage tests are conducted using the Training Dummy in Practice Mode. The results are taken from the Total Damage data.

Note:
The numbers in bold are the highest result for a specific test.
Items
+
Float Stone
(@Lvl 30)
Razor Leaf
(@ Lvl 15)
Aerial Ace
(@ Lvl 15)
Muscle Band
+
Razor Claw
4794 944
Muscle Band
+
Scope Lens
4732 932
Muscle Band
+
Attack Weight
(6 Stacks)
5124 1005
Muscle Band
+
Energy Amplifier
(Includes Effects)
5723 1127
Razor Claw
+
Scope Lens
4732 932
Razor Claw
+
Attack Weight
(6 Stacks)
5124 1005
Razor Claw
+
Energy Amplifier
(Includes Effects)
5723 1127
Scope Lens
+
Attack Weight
(6 Stacks)
5062 992
Scope Lens
+
Energy Amplifier
(Includes Effects)
5643 1113
Attack Weight
(6 Stacks)
+
Energy Amplifier
(Includes Effects)
6117 1200
Items
+
Float Stone
(@Lvl 30)
Standard Attack
(@ Lvl 15)
Boosted Attack
(@ Lvl 15)
Standard Attack
Critical-Hit
(@ Lvl 15)
Boosted Attack
Critical-Hit
(@ Lvl 15)
Muscle Band
+
Razor Claw
(Includes Effect)
1665
1879
1428
1856
Muscle Band
+
Scope Lens
1059
1477
1481
1924
Muscle Band
+
Attack Weight
(6 Stacks)
1149
1621
1578
2050
Muscle Band
+
Energy Amplifier
(Includes Effects)
1205
1710
1691
2197
Razor Claw
+
Scope Lens
1068
1486
1481
1924
Razor Claw
+
Attack Weight
(6 Stacks)
1203
1675
1578
2050
Razor Claw
+
Energy Amplifier
(Includes Effects)
1291
1796
1691
2197
Scope Lens
+
Attack Weight
(6 Stacks)
774
1238
1640
2132
Scope Lens
+
Energy Amplifier
(Includes Effects)
827
1323
1754
2279
Attack Weight
(6 Stacks)
+
Energy Amplifier
(Includes Effects)
936
1497
1873
2434

The tests above does not use any Emblems yet so it will scale higher if equipped.

Leafeon Best Items & Moveset

Best Held Items

Item Explanation
Attack Weight.pngAttack Weight Attack Weight greatly boosts Leafeon's overall damage output when it's fully stacked.
Float Stone.pngFloat Stone Float Stone adds more movement speed on top of Leafeon's Chlorophyll effect. It also gives a decent amount of Attack stat for damage.
Energy Amplifier.pngEnergy Amplifier Energy Amplifier gives Leafeon a massive damage boost when it uses Emerald Two-Step.
Razor Claw.pngRazor Claw Razor Claw works incredibly well with Leafeon's low-cooldown moves, increasing its attack damage whenever it uses a move.
Charging Charm.pngCharging Charm Charging Charm gives Leafeon mobility and damage, and works well with the Pokemon's fast movement speed.

Held Item Tier List

Best Battle Items

Item Explanation
Eject Button.pngEject Button Eject Button gives Leafeon a repositioning tool for offensive and defensive use.
X Speed.pngX Speed X Speed further improves Leafeon's mobility through movement speed.

Battle Item Tier List

Best Moveset

Move Explanation
Solar Blade ImageSolar Blade Solar Blade gives Leafeon a powerful, ranged burst damage move.
Leaf Blade ImageLeaf Blade Leaf Blade gives Leafeon mobility, crowd control, and burst damage in one move. It also quickly charges the Chlorophyll gauge for a Boosted Attack or an enhanced Solar Blade.

This moveset gives Leafeon high burst damage with some mobility. Solar Blade deals tons of damage that can knock out targets quickly during fights. Leaf Blade adds more burst damage on top of Solar Blade and allows Leafeon to set up the move. It can also quickly charge up the Chlorophyll gauge to allow Leafeon to use the boosted version of Solar Blade.

Razor Leaf and Solar Blade are Leafeon's primary damage move, but they each require a different gameplay to execute properly. When choosing Razor Leaf, Leafeon needs to be as close as possible to its targets to maximize its damage output. It also requires Leafeon to reposition to guarantee that the projectiles will also hit targets as they return to the Pokemon. Furthermore, being mostly at melee range does prompt Leafeon to use its attacks more often as a follow-up.

As for Solar Blade, Leafeon needs to play a bit like a ranged Pokemon and keep a safe distance from enemies, especially when charging the move. However, it does allow Leafeon to get closer to its targets only when its Chlorophyll gauge is full since the move will trigger instantly without the need to charge it.

On the other hand, Aerial Ace and Leaf Blade act as complementary moves. Both moves work well with Razor Leaf since both have low cooldowns and provide Leafeon with mobility. However, to distinguish the two moves, choosing Aerial Ace gives Leafeon more mobility thanks to its charges while Leaf Blade provides more firepower.

When going for Solar Blade, it's best paired with Leaf Blade mainly due to the fact that it can quickly charge the Chlorophyll gauge when enemies are hit by the outer circle, allowing Leafeon to trigger Solar Blade's special mechanic more often.

Which Moveset Do You Think is Best for Leafeon

Razor Leaf & Aerial Ace 31
Votes
Razor Leaf & Leaf Blade 325
Votes
Solar Blade & Aerial Ace 8
Votes
Solar Blade & Leaf Blade 237
Votes

Let us know why in the comments!

How to Play Leafeon

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Focus on Reaching Level 4 at the Start

Like all eeveelutions, Leafeon is extremely vulnerable and doesn't do much prior to level 4. It will only start to become a threat once it reaches level 4 and learns its first primary move. Given this, it's best to focus on reaching level 4 as fast as possible when the match starts.

Utilize Quick Attack for Mobility

To help Leafeon level up faster, utilize Quick Attack to travese the map and farm wild Pokemon faster, especially when taking the jungler role.

Quick Attack: Leafeon Move Effect and Cooldown

Secure Farm or Early Knockouts with Swift

Swift is Leafeon's early game, ranged damaging move that can hit multiple targets. Use it to secure or quickly farm wild Pokemon, especially the Altaria and Swablu camps, so Leafeon can level up faster. It can also be used to knock out opponents in the early game.

Swift: Leafeon Move Effect and Cooldown

Managing the Chlorophyll Gauge Depends on the First Move

Leafeon has a Chlorophyll gauge that charges up whenever it's not hiding in tall grass. A full gauge not only boosts Leafeon's movement speed but also enhances Leafeon's moves and attack. Managing this Chlorophyll gauge is central to Leafeon's gameplay, but the gameplay will depend on whether Leafeon learns Razor Leaf or Solar Blade.

Chlorophyll: Leafeon Passive Effect and Cooldown

Conserve the Chlorophyll Gauge for Solar Blade

When going for Solar Blade, Leafeon's gameplay will revolve around saving and consuming the Chlorophyll gauge mainly for the move. The purpose of doing so is to allow Solar Blade to deal maximum damage without the need to charge it and have reduced cooldown for its next use.

However, as a consequence, Leafeon won't be able to utilize its Boosted Attack that much since it will consume the entire Chlorophyll gauge. Always be mindful of the Chlorophyll gauge to prevent accidentally performing a Boosted Attack.

Solar Blade: Leafeon Move Effect and Cooldown

Combo Boosted Attacks with Razor Leaf

On the other hand, when running Razor Leaf, Leafeon's gameplay will utilize Boosted Attacks more since the move isn't affected by the Chlorophyll gauge, allowing Leafeon to freely perform Boosted Attacks. Leafeon can use its Boosted Attacks to set up Razor Leaf or as a follow-up combo, either way it's useful for bursting down targets.

Razor Leaf: Leafeon Move Effect and Cooldown

Choose Complimentary Move Based on First Move

Upon reaching Level 6, Leafeon can now learn its upgraded complimentary move. Although choosing between them ultimately is up to player preference, the explicit synergy between specific moves clearly indicates following a strict pairing. As a result, choosing the complimentary move should always be based on the first move learned.

Recommended Move Pairing
Razor Leaf ImageRazor Leaf
+
Aerial Ace ImageAerial Ace
or
Leaf Blade ImageLeaf Blade
Since positioning plays a significant role in efficiently using Razor Leaf, Aerial Ace gives Leafeon more mobility to move around and get to position for both of Razor Leaf's activations. Moreover, Aerial Ace's increased attack damage effect fits perfectly with Leafeon's Razor Leaf gameplay since the Pokemon will utilize its attacks more often.
On the other hand, Leaf Blade also provides a way to set up Razor Leaf but does more damage overall.
Solar Blade ImageSolar Blade
+
Leaf Blade ImageLeaf Blade
As for Solar Blade, Leaf Blade's potential to fill up the Chlorophyll gauge allows Leafeon to quickly trigger Solar Blade's special effects and spam it.

Utilize Aerial Ace's Mobility When Using Razor Leaf

Use each charge of Aerial Ace to get into position and ensure that all projectiles hit targets intially and as they return to Leafeon. Generally, one charge can be used to get close as possible to a target for Razor Leaf's first activation, then saving another charge in case Leafeon needs to reposition for the move's second activation. However, it will ultimately depend on what the situation demands.

Aerial Ace: Leafeon Move Effect and Cooldown

Use Leaf Blade's Effects to Set Up Solar Blade

Use Leaf Blade to slow opponents while filling up the Chlorophyll gauge, then follow up with Solar Blade but only when the gauge is full. The slow should be enough to keep enemies at place for Solar Blade to hit them.

Leaf Blade: Leafeon Move Effect and Cooldown

Burst Down Targets with Leaf Blade and Razor Leaf

Use Leaf Blade to get close to targets and set up Razor Leaf. The combo deals tons of burst damage that can quickly take out targets, especially low-durability Pokemon, or force them to play defensively. Just make sure to hit targets at the outer circle of Leaf Blade for maximum damage. Leafeon can also follow up with a Boosted Attack for extra damage since Leaf Blade quickly fills up the Chlorophyll gauge.

Leaf Blade: Leafeon Move Effect and Cooldown

Unite Move Strategy

Emerald Two-Step is Leafeon's sure hit Unite Move that deals tons of damage and slows down enemies that get hit within its range. It's best to save this move for bursting down key targets during teamfights.

Emerald Two-Step: Leafeon Move Effect and Cooldown

Leafeon Progression and Leveling Guide

Top or Bottom Lane Guide

Level 1 to 4

  • Secure as many Wild Pokemon as you can and get EXP to reach level 4.
  • Once at level 4, learn either Razor Leaf or Solar Blade.
  • Continue to farm wild Pokemon and level up, defend the lane, score points, and knock out opponents.

Level 5 to 8

  • Once at level 6, learn Aerial Ace or Leaf Blade, and start to get aggressive.
  • Continue to farm wild Pokemon, defend the lane, score points, and knock out opponents to level up.
  • Help your allies secure Regieleki and/or Regice, Registeel, or Regirock.
  • Once at level 8, learn Emerald Two-Step to get all moves.

Level 9+

  • Continue to farm and level up.
  • Stick with allies to defend or push lanes, secure objectives, and win teamfights.
  • Reach at least level 12 on or before Rayquaza spawns for a full-upgraded moveset.
  • Help your allies win a team fight and secure Rayquaza.
  • After securing Rayquaza, just score points to gain the score lead, then immediately return to base and just defend the remaining goal zones until the match ends.

Jungle Guide

Level 1 to 5

  • Clear the first wave of jungle camps and level up to level 5 with the help of Swift and Quick Attack.
  • Once at level 4, learn either Razor Leaf or Solar Blade.
  • Help the top or bottom lane by securing the Altaria and Swablu camps, knocking out opponents, and scoring points.

Level 6 to 9

  • Clear the second wave of jungle camps to reach level 6 and get either Aerial Ace or Leaf Blade.
  • At the 8:00 minute mark, go to the center of the map and secure the Altaria and Swablu camps.
  • At the 7:20 minute mark, go to the bottom lane and help secure the Altaria and Swablu camps, knock out opponents, and score points.
  • Once at level 8, learn Emerald Two-Step.
  • At the 7:00 minute mark, help allies secure Regice, Registeel, or Regirock.
  • Afterwards, try to secure Regieleki on the top lane if it's still there.

Level 10+

  • Stick with allies to defend or push lanes, secure objectives, and win teamfights.
  • Reach at least level 12 on or before Rayquaza spawns for a fully-upgraded moveset.
  • Help your allies win a team fight and secure Rayquaza.
  • After securing Rayquaza, just score points to gain the score lead, then immediately return to base and just defend the remaining goal zones until the match ends.

Leafeon Combos

Main Combos

These combos are some ways to set up Razor Leaf and Solar Blade.

Leaf Rush Combo

Leaf Rush Combo
Standard Attack Icon (Boosted Attack) ► Razor Leaf IconAerial Ace IconStandard Attack IconAerial Ace IconStandard Attack IconRazor Leaf Icon

Standard Attack (Boosted Attack) ► Razor LeafAerial AceStandard AttackAerial AceStandard AttackRazor Leaf
When the Chlorophyll gauge is full, start the combo with a Boosted Attack in which Leafeon lunges at the target. Once at melee range, use Razor Leaf immediately to ensure all projectiles hit the target. Afterwards, dash with Aerial Ace and immediately follow up with a Standard Attack. Do this once more before using Razor Leaf again and finishing the combo.
Utilizing Aerial Ace's dashes to ensure that all projectiles hit the same target initially and as they return to Leafeon will be the key to executing the combo to its fullest potential.

Serrated Foliage Combo

Serrated Foliage Combo
Leaf Blade IconRazor Leaf IconStandard Attack Icon (Boosted Attack) ► Razor Leaf Icon

Leaf BladeRazor LeafStandard Attack (Boosted Attack) ► Razor Leaf
Start the combo with Leaf Blade, but make sure to hit the target at the outer circle of the move. While close to the target, use Razor Leaf, then follow up with a Boosted Attack. End the combo by using Razor Leaf again while making sure all projectiles hit the target as they return to Leafeon.
It's best to initiate the combo with at least half Chlorophyll gauge to ensure that Leafeon can perform the Boosted Attack. Leafeon can also use Emerald Two-Step as a finisher for the combo.

Solar Crash Combo

Solar Crash Combo
Emerald Two-Step IconSolar Blade Icon (Boosted) ► Leaf Blade Icon

When the Chlorophyll gauge is full, start the combo with Emerald Two-Step. Upon landing, immediately follow up with Solar Blade. End the combo with Leaf Blade, but make sure to hit the target with the outer ring.
The key to this combo is making sure that the Chlorophyll gauge is full before starting the combo. The purpose for doing this is to bypass Solar Blade's charging mechanic, allowing the move to be cast instantly upon activation.

Matchups & Counters for Leafeon

Leafeon Matchups

Hard Counter
Alolan NinetalesMega Mewtwo XSlowbro
Fair Matchup
AbsolAegislashBlastoiseBlazikenBuzzwoleCinderaceCrustleDodrioEspeonFalinksGengarGlaceonGoodraGreedentGreninjaGyaradosLaprasLucarioMachampMeowscaradaMetagrossMimikyuMr. MimeScizorSnorlaxSylveonTalonflameTrevenantTsareenaTyranitarUmbreonUrshifuWigglytuffZacianZeraoraZoroark
Good Matchup
AzumarillBlisseyChandelureCharizardClefableComfeyCramorantDecidueyeDelphoxDragapultDragoniteDuraludonEldegossGarchompGardevoirHoopaInteleonMega Mewtwo YMewMiraidonPikachuSableyeVenusaur
Matchup Notes
Hard CounterHard Counter Even MatchupEven Matchup Easy MatchupEasy Matchup
1. The chart is based on our own experience playing Leafeon.
2. Pokemon within each tier are unordered
3. Any Pokemon not shown here are still under investigation.

Hard Counter with Disables

Leafeon's gameplay involves dashing in and out of fights and bursting targets down. Although it's fast, its gameplay and low durability makes it highly susceptible to disables and burst damage. Pokemon with hard disables and high burst damage can easily shut down Leafeon.

Best Counters

Pokemon Explanation
Slowbro ImageSlowbro Rating: ★★★★★
• Has an arsenal of stuns that prevent Leafeon from performing its combos, such as Surf, Telekinesis, and Slowbeam.
• Can soak Leafeon damage output easily, especially with Amnesia.
Mega Mewtwo X ImageMega Mewtwo X Rating: ★★★★
• Can dodge Leafeon's moves using Teleport or tank it with Recover.
• Can hook Leafeon out of position using Future Sight and beat it down with attacks.
Alolan Ninetales ImageAlolan Ninetales Rating: ★★★
• Can easily freeze and burst down Leafeon from range using Avalanche and Blizzard.

Even Matchups

Leafeon has high mobility and burst damage. Utilizing the Pokemon's speed to cleverly maneuver around the battlefield, then bursting targets down with its combos will help Leafeon get the upper hand against these Pokemon.

Initiate with Emerald Two-Step

Ranged, Fragile Pokemon with High Damage
Cinderace Image Espeon Image Glaceon Image Greninja Image Sylveon Image
How to Beat
• These Pokemon prefer to keep their distance from opponents when fighting. They also have high damage potential that can be dangerous for Leafeon. However, they are fragile and can get knocked out by Leafeon fast.
• Use Emerald Two-Step to deplete their HP and force them to play defensively, then follow up with Razor Leaf or Solar Blade to knock them out.
• Use Aerial Ace or Leaf Blade to stay on top of them if they manage to survive Leafeon's burst combo.

Utilize Superior Mobility

All-Rounders
Aegislash Image Blaziken Image Buzzwole Image Falinks Image Gyarados Image Lucario Image Machamp Image Metagross Image Mimikyu Image Scizor Image Tsareena Image Tyranitar Image Urshifu Image Zacian Image
How to Beat
• These Pokemon excel in close combat and rely mostly on their attacks or moves to deal damage. They are also durable enough to tank Leafeon's damage. However, Leafeon has a speed advantage that will make it hard for them to land their attacks or combos.
• Avoid fighting them head on.
• Use Aerial Ace or Leaf Blade to avoid their attacks or moves.
• Slowly deplete their HP with Razor Leaf or Solar Blade and Emerald Two-Step, then go in for the knockout.

Strike First

Speedsters
Absol Image Dodrio Image Gengar Image Meowscarada Image Talonflame Image Zeraora Image Zoroark Image
How to Beat
• Much like Leafeon, these Pokemon are incredibly agile and deal high burst damage. Winning against them is a matter of striking first.
• Make the first move by dashing in with Leaf Blade or Aerial Ace, then following up with Solar Balde or Razor Leaf, and Emerald Two-Step.
• Alternatively, initiate with Emerald-Two Step, then follow up with Solar Blade or Razor Leaf.

Team Up with Allies

Defenders
Blastoise Image Crustle Image Goodra Image Greedent Image Lapras Image Snorlax Image Trevenant Image Umbreon Image
How to Beat
• These Pokemon are extremely durable, making it difficult for Leafeon to take them down alone. With that, it's best to group up with allies to bring them down with the help of Leafeon.
• Use Solar Blade or Razor Leaf to deplete their HP.
• Use Leaf Blade or Aerial Ace and Boosted Attacks to stay on top of them.

Easy Matchups

Utilize Leafeon's high mobility and burst damage to knock these Pokemon out quickly.

Initiate with Emerald Two-Step

Ranged, Fragile Pokemon with High Damage
Chandelure Image Cramorant Image Decidueye Image Delphox Image Dragapult Image Duraludon Image Gardevoir Image Inteleon Image Mega Mewtwo Y Image Mew Image Miraidon Image Pikachu Image Venusaur Image
How to Beat
• These Pokemon prefer to keep their distance from opponents when fighting. They also have high damage potential that can be dangerous for Leafeon. However, they are fragile and can get knocked out by Leafeon fast.
• Use Emerald Two-Step to deplete their HP and force them to play defensively, then follow up with Razor Leaf or Solar Blade to knock them out.
• Use Aerial Ace or Leaf Blade to stay on top of them if they manage to survive Leafeon's burst combo.

Utilize Superior Mobility

All-Rounders
Azumarill Image Charizard Image Dragonite Image Garchomp Image
How to Beat
• These Pokemon excel in close combat and rely mostly on their attacks or moves to deal damage. They are also durable enough to tank Leafeon's damage. However, Leafeon has a speed advantage that will make it hard for them to land their attacks or combos.
• Avoid fighting them head on.
• Use Aerial Ace or Leaf Blade to avoid their attacks or moves.
• Slowly deplete their HP with Razor Leaf or Solar Blade and Emerald Two-Step, then go in for the knockout.

Take Them Out First

Supporters
Blissey Image Clefable Image Comfey Image Eldegoss Image Hoopa Image Sableye Image
How to Beat
• These Pokemon usually stick with their allies and rarely venture alone. Although they themselves pose no threat to Leafeon, their support capabilities makes them valuable during fights.
• It's best to take them out first using Leafeon's moves and attacks to remove their team's support.

Best Teammates for Leafeon

Pokemon Explanation
Slowbro ImageSlowbro Wigglytuff ImageWigglytuff Pokemon with Strong Disables
Leafeon works well with allies that ere equipped with disabling and hindrance abilities. These ally Pokemon can inflict annoying debuffs, stall enemies, and stun them for a short period of time.
Delphox ImageDelphox Gardevoir ImageGardevoir Pokemon with High Burst Damage
Leafeon will be able to take down enemies faster if it has allies that have bursty damaging attacks. These ally Pokemon are equipped with powerful attacks that they can unleash from a safe distance and help Leafeon in pushing lanes and dominating goal zones.
Machamp ImageMachamp Urshifu ImageUrshifu Aggressive Frontliners
Aside from bursty damage dealers, Leafeon can also use a helping hand from its All-Rounder allies. These ally Pokemon are equipped with hard-hitting combos that can soak up damage, overwhelm enemies with a few hits, and possibly stun or disable them from setting up their attacks.
Blissey ImageBlissey Eldegoss ImageEldegoss Dedicated Supporters
Leafeon isn't strong enough to fight enemies alone, so having these supporter allies that can buff, heal, or shield Leafeon on the go, especially when pushing lanes and swiftly securing objectives helps massively.

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Leafeon Moves

Move Slot 1 (R)

Swift ImageSwift
(Lv. 1 or 2)
Move Type: Ranged
Damage Type: Physical
Cooldown: 5s
Starting Damage: 667
Maximum damage: 667, Minimum damage: 417
Final Damage: 747
Maximum damage: 747, Minimum damage: 467
Has the user shoot star-shaped rays, dealing damage to opposing Pokemon they hit.
Razor Leaf ImageRazor Leaf
(Lv. 4)
Upgrade Lv. 10
Move Type: Ranged
Damage Type: Physical
Cooldown: 6s
Starting Damage: 2264
Initial damage: 905, Second activation damage (Max): 1359
Final Damage: 4563
Initial damage: 1826, Second activation damage (Max): 2737
Has the user launch five sharp-edged leaves in the designated direction, dealing damage to opposing Pokemon they hit before sticking into the ground for a short time. If this move is used again, the leaves return to the user and deal damage to opposing Pokemon they hit along the way. If the leaves are returned to the user after a set amount of time has passed since they stuck into the ground, they deal increased damage. If all five leaves hit one Pokemon, the user is granted a shield.
Upgrade: Strengthens the effect of the shield granted by this move.
Solar Blade ImageSolar Blade
(Lv. 4)
Upgrade Lv. 10
Move Type: Ranged
Damage Type: Physical
Cooldown: 8s
Starting Damage: 1090
Base damage: 1090, Boosted damage: 1742
Final Damage: 2066
Base damage: 2066, Boosted damage: 3300
Has the user start gathering light and filling a blade with the light's energy. If this move is used again after the user has started gathering light, the user brings the blade down, dealing damage to opposing Pokemon it hits. The longer the blade is filled with light energy, the more damage this move deals. When the user's Chlorophyll gauge is full, the cooldown for the next use of this move is reduced, and when the move is used, the blade is brought down immediately and deals maximum damage.
Upgrade: The user receives reduced damage while filing the blade with light energy.

Move Slot 2 (ZR)

Quick Attack ImageQuick Attack
(Lv. 1 or 2)
Move Type: Dash
Damage Type: Physical
Cooldown: 7.5s
Starting Damage: 324
Final Damage: 412
Has the user move quickly in the designated direction, dealing damage to opposing Pokemon it makes contact with along the way.
Aerial Ace ImageAerial Ace
(Lv. 6)
Upgrade Lv. 12
Move Type: Dash
Damage Type: Physical
Cooldown: 0.5s (Replenish: 4s)
Starting Damage: 781
Basic attack damage increase: 30%
Final Damage: 1357
Basic attack damage increase: 30%
Has the user move with speed and slash, dealing damage to opposing Pokemon it hits. The user's next basic attack after using this move deals increased damage. A maximum of two uses can be kept in reserve for this move.
Upgrade: Decreases the time it takes to store a use of this move.
Leaf Blade ImageLeaf Blade
(Lv. 6)
Upgrade Lv. 12
Move Type: Dash
Damage Type: Physical
Cooldown: 9s
Starting Damage: 561
Damage per instance (Inner ring): 187, Damage per instance (Outer ring): 370, Number of instances: 3
Final Damage: 825
Damage per instance (Inner ring): 275, Damage per instance (Outer ring): 536, Number of instances: 3
Has the user dash and then spin while slashing around itself with sharp leaves, dealing damage to opposing Pokemon it hits. If the outer ring of this move's area of effect hits opposing Pokemon, it deals increased damage, decreases the opposing Pokemon's movement speed, and charges the user's Chlorophyll gauge.
Upgrade: Also reduces this move's cooldown when the outer ring of the area of effect deals damage to multiple opponents simultaneously.

Unite Moves (ZL)

Emerald Two-Step ImageEmerald Two-Step
(Lv. 8)
Move Type: Sure Hit, Area
Damage Type: Physical
Cooldown: 88s
Starting Damage: 2614
Initial damage: 871, Landing damage: 1743
Final Damage: 4096
Initial damage: 1365, Landing damage: 2731
Has the user leap at the designated opposing Pokemon, dealing damage to it and decreasing its movement speed. After that, the user leaps up and lands with force, dealing damage to opposing Pokemon in the area of effect. Those opposing Pokemon take more damage the closer they are to the center of the area of effect.

Standard Attack

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Becomes a boosted attack with every third attack, dealing increased damage.
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Pokemon UNITE - Leafeon IconLeafeon

If a basic attack is performed when the user's Chlorophyll gauge is full, the entire gauge is consumed and the user's next basic attack become a boosted attack. This boosted attack deals additional damage and decreases the movement speed of opposing Pokemon it hits.

Ability (Passive)

Run Away ImageRun Away
Eevee IconEevee

When the Pokemon with this Ability is not in combat, its movement speed is slightly increased.
Chlorophyll ImageChlorophyll
Leafeon IconLeafeon

When the Pokemon with this Ability is not in tall grass, its Chlorophyll gauge charges. When the Chlorophyll gauge is full, the Pokemon with this Ability has its movement speed increased.

Leafeon Stats & Evolutions

Leafeon Evolutions

1st Evolution Final Evolution
Eevee.pngEevee
(Lv. 1)
Eevee.pngLeafeon
(Lv. 4)

Eevee Notation For Leafeon

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Eevee That Evolves to Leafeon

Leafeon Stats

Level HP Defense Special Defense Attack Damage
1 3100 40 30 160
2 3170 46 34 171
3 3250 52 39 184
4 3658 84 62 249
5 3764 92 68 266
6 3886 102 75 285
7 4027 113 83 307
8 4189 126 92 333
9 4375 141 103 363
10 4589 158 115 397
11 4835 178 129 436
12 5118 200 145 481
13 5444 226 164 533
14 5819 256 185 592
15 6250 290 210 660

Attack Damage is the damage of the Basic Attack as tested against the Training Dummy.

Leafeon In-Game Stat Listings

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Leafeon Achievements

Razor Leaf Achievement

Razor Leaf
Pokemon Move
Leafeon ImageLeafeon Razor Leaf ImageRazor Leaf
Mission:
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16 Anonymous25 days

I think people overlook airial ace, it is faster than leaf blade and has two uses, I prefer it with both moves. But I do play a more assassin like leafeon.

15 Anonymous9 months

Should I put float stone on leafeon?

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