Blaziken Arrives in Pokemon Unite as a Melee All-Rounder

Blaziken will join as a Melee All-Rounder, balancing durability and offensive power

Handoyo Saputra | September 13, 2023

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Exciting news for Pokémon Unite fans with the arrival of Blaziken, Mimikyu, and Sprigatito on Aeos Island. Blaziken is a new Pokémon joining the Pokémon UNITE roster in September for Nintendo Switch, Android, and iOS.

Announced after the Pokémon World Championships 2023, Blaziken has been confirmed to arrive on Aeos Island on September 14, 2023. Blaziken will join as a Melee All-Rounder, balancing durability and offensive power.

Referencing the mainline Pokémon games, Blaziken boasts high Attack and Special Attack stats, making it a potentially formidable Pokémon upon its arrival on Aeos Island.

Skill and Ability

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Blaziken Skill and Ability

Passive Ability: Blaze

Blaziken's passive ability in Pokémon UNITE is Blaze. Every time Blaziken hits an opponent with a basic attack, it places a mark on them. Hitting the opponent repeatedly will add more marks, up to 5 times. With 5 marks, Blaziken can restore HP.

UNITE Move

Blaziken's UNITE Move allows it to switch between a Boxing style and a Kicking style. This grants access to a variety of moves and resets the cooldown timer when switching styles. The UNITE Move has a 5-second cooldown, enabling it to be used multiple times during battles and forming part of Blaziken's combos.

UNITE Move - Spinning Kick: Enables the user to perform a fiery kick around them, dealing damage to nearby opposing Pokémon and temporarily boosting the user's Attack. After using this move, the user switches to the Kicking style.

UNITE Move - Spinning Flame Fist: Enables the user to perform a fiery punch around them, dealing damage to nearby opposing Pokémon and temporarily increasing the user's movement speed. After using this move, the user switches to the Boxing style.

First Move (Kicking Style): Blaze Kick

Leaps in the specified direction, dealing damage, reducing the movement speed of affected opponents, and pushing them in that direction. Pushing opponents into walls renders them immobile temporarily. The Pokémon using this move cannot be interrupted while leaping.

Enhancement: Strengthens the movement speed reduction and extends the duration of the opponent's immobilization.

Second Move (Kicking Style): Overheat

Allows the user to start charging energy in place. If this move is used again after the user begins charging energy, the user releases a fiery kick in the specified direction, dealing damage to affected opposing Pokémon.

The longer the energy is charged, the more damage this move deals. If the user charges a certain amount of energy or more, this move also pushes the affected opposing Pokémon.

Enhancement: Increases the damage dealt to opposing Pokémon.

First Move (Boxing Style): Fire Punch

Allows the user to deliver a fiery punch in the specified direction, dealing damage to affected opposing Pokémon. The specified direction can be adjusted during the move. When the user hits an opposing Pokémon with this move, it can be used once more for a limited time.

Enhancement: Increases the damage dealt to opposing Pokémon.

Second Move (Boxing Style): Focus Blast

Allows the user to release a focused energy ball in the specified direction. The focused energy ball explodes upon hitting an opposing Pokémon or after traveling a certain distance. It deals damage to opposing Pokémon within the explosion area and reduces their movement speed.

Enhancement: Strengthens the movement speed reduction.

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