Blastoise (UNITE)

Blastoise (Japanese: カメックス Kamex) is a playable Pokémon in Pokémon UNITE. It became available as a playable character on September 1, 2021.

Blastoise
カメックス Kamex
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Role Defender
Attack type Ranged
Damage type Sp. Atk
Difficulty Novice
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Evolves at Lv. 5

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Evolves at Lv. 7

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License availability:
Aeos coin 8,000 / Aeos gem 460
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Blastoise is a Defender who is able to play a more offensive role than typical Defenders, as it is able to deal large amounts of damage with its moves. Despite this, it can still play defensively as well by shoving opponents around to displace them.

Stats

Blastoise
Offense      
Endurance      
Mobility      
Scoring      
Support      

Abilities

Passive Ability

 
Torrent
げきりゅう Raging Rapids
Description

When the Pokémon is at half HP or less, its Attack and Sp. Atk are increased.

Basic Attack

  Damage category: Physical (as a basic attack)
Damage category: Special (as a boosted attack)
Description

Becomes a boosted attack with every third attack, dealing continual damage and decreasing the movement speed of opposing Pokémon for a short time when it hits. After the user uses a boosted attack, the cooldown of its other moves is reduced.

Rapid Spin Effect: Basic attacks deal damage in a circular radius around the user, boosted attacks act similarly to how Hydro Pump does when using Rapid Spin, however unlike Hydro Pump, boosted attacks do not shove opposing Pokémon.


Moveset

Move slot 1

  Water Gun
みずでっぽう
Water Gun
Learned at Lv. 1 or 3
Cooldown: 9 seconds
Upgrades into Hydro Pump or Water Spout
  Ranged Description
Attacks with a shot of water, shoving opposing Pokémon and decreasing their movement speed for a short time.
  Hydro Pump
ハイドロポンプ
Hydro Pump
Learned at Lv. 5
Cooldown: 7.5 seconds
Upgrades into Hydro Pump+ at Lv. 11
  Ranged Description
Has the user attack by blasting out a huge volume of water, dealing damage to opposing Pokémon and shoving them when it hits.

Rapid Spin Effect: Has the user blast out a huge volume of water while spinning, dealing damage to opposing Pokémon and shoving them when it hits. The blast of water covers a circular radius around the user rather than being fired straight ahead.

Upgrade: Increases damage dealt by this move.

  Water Spout
しおふき
Water Spout
Learned at Lv. 5
Cooldown: 7.5 seconds
Upgrades into Water Spout+ at Lv. 11
  Area Description
Spouts water toward the designated location, decreasing the movement speed of opposing Pokémon in the area of effect for a short time.

Rapid Spin Effect: Spouts water around the user while spinning continuously for a set amount of time, the user's movement speed is also increased. The move button must be held for the water to continue spouting, however letting go of the button will not make the move go on cooldown and the user can continue spouting water if the button is held again.

Upgrade: Increases damage dealt by this move.

Move slot 2

  Skull Bash
ロケットずつき
Rocket Headbutt
Learned at Lv. 1 or 3
Cooldown: 10 seconds
Upgrades into Surf or Rapid Spin
  Dash Description
Fiercely rams an opposing Pokémon and leaves it unable to act.
  Surf
なみのり
Surfing
Learned at Lv. 7
Cooldown: 9 seconds
Upgrades into Surf+ at Lv. 13
  Dash Description
Has the user charge forward on a wave, shoving opposing Pokémon and leaving them unable to act. The user becomes immune to hindrances while using this move and can jump in a designated direction once this move ends.

Upgrade: Also grants a shield when this move hits.

  Rapid Spin
こうそくスピン
Rapid Spin
Learned at Lv. 7
Cooldown: 11 seconds
Upgrades into Rapid Spin+ at Lv. 13
  Area Description
Has the user spin rapidly, dealing damage over time to nearby opposing Pokémon. Changes the mechanics of the user's basic attacks as well as its Hydro Pump and Water Spout moves. Using this move resets the cooldown of Hydro Pump or Water Spout. While this move is in effect, the user becomes resistant to hindrances. In addition, the user's next basic attack after this move ends becomes a boosted attack.

Upgrade: Also increases the user's Defense and Sp. Def while using this move.

Unite Move

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  Hydro Typhoon
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Learned at Lv. 9
  Hindrance Description
Has the user spout water to attack while spinning, throwing opposing Pokémon in a large area. This also grants the user a shield.

Holowear

Name Holowear Release Date Unlock Method Audio/Visual FX
  Fashionable Style   September 1, 2021   400 Appearance only
  Firefighter Style   October 13, 2021   1,200 KO
Movement
  Holiday Style   December 20, 2021   400* Appearance only
  Tuxedo Style   December 31, 2021   400 Appearance only
  Pokébuki Style      April 28, 2022 Premium Battle Pass - Season 7* Unite Move
Scoring
Returning
KO
Movement
  Sacred Style      September 22, 2022   2,199 Scoring
Returning
KO
Movement
  New Year Style   January 1, 2024 UNITE Club Membership reward Appearance only

Update history

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Date Changes
May 13, 2024
  • Hydro Pump: Damage dealt to opposing Pokémon decreased. Duration of effects on opposing Pokémon decreased.
  • Water Spout: Damage dealt to opposing Pokémon decreased.
  • Water Gun: Damage dealt to opposing Pokémon decreased.

Trivia

In other languages

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Hydro Typhoon

Language Title


See also

For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Squirtle, Wartortle, and Blastoise.

Playable characters in Pokémon UNITE
Attacker Alolan NinetalesChandelureCinderaceCramorantDecidueyeDelphoxDragapultDuraludonEspeonGardevoirGlaceonGreninjaInteleonMewMewtwo (Y)MiraidonPikachuSylveonVenusaur
All‑Rounder AegislashAzumarillBlazikenBuzzwoleCeruledgeCharizardDragoniteFalinksGarchompGyaradosLucarioMachampMetagrossMewtwo (X)MimikyuScizorTsareenaTyranitarUrshifuZacian
Speedster AbsolDodrioGengarLeafeonMeowscaradaTalonflameZeraoraZoroark
Defender BlastoiseCrustleGoodraGreedentLaprasMamoswineSlowbroSnorlaxTrevenantUmbreon
Supporter BlisseyClefableComfeyEldegossHoopaMr. MimeSableyeWigglytuff


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