Duraludon (UNITE)

Duraludon (Japanese: ジュラルドン Duraludon) is a playable Pokémon in Pokémon UNITE. It became available as a playable character on March 15, 2022.

Duraludon
ジュラルドン Duraludon
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Role Attacker
Attack type Ranged
Damage type Attack
Difficulty Intermediate
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Does not evolve
License availability:
Aeos coin 10,000 Aeos Coins / Aeos gem 575 Aeos Gems
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Stats

Duraludon
Offense      
Endurance      
Mobility      
Scoring      
Support      

Abilities

Passive Ability

 
Heavy Metal
ヘヴィメタル Heavy Metal
Description

Prevents the Pokémon from being thrown or shoved, and makes it immune to being thrown or shoved for a short time afterward. This ability goes on cooldown after it's triggered.

Basic Attack

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

Shoots a fierce blast of light from the user's mouth, dealing damage to the opposing Pokémon it hits. Becomes a boosted attack with every third attack, shooting out a long beam that deals a large amount of damage to all opposing Pokémon it hits.


Moveset

Move slot 1

  Laser Focus
とぎすます
Hone
Learned at Lv. 1 or 3
Cooldown: 9 seconds
Upgrades into Flash Cannon or Dragon Pulse
  Buff Description
Reduces the damage the user receives for a short time. After this move is used, the user's next three basic or boosted attacks deal additional damage to opposing Pokémon they hit.
  Flash Cannon
ラスターカノン
Luster Cannon
Learned at Lv. 5
Cooldown: 5 seconds
Upgrades into Flash Cannon+ at Lv. 11
  Buff Description
Has the user rupture the ground in the designated direction, dealing damage to opposing Pokémon in the area of effect and decreasing their movement speed for a short time. For a short time afterward, when the user performs a basic or boosted attack, it will gather all of its light energy and release it all at once as a cannon of light. These cannon attacks have increased range and deal damage to all opposing Pokémon hit by the light. Boosted cannon attacks deal more damage than basic cannon attacks and also decrease the movement speed of opposing Pokémon they hit for a short time.

Upgrade: Opposing Pokémon in the ruptured ground's area of effect are also unable to act for a short time.

  Dragon Pulse
りゅうのはどう
Dragon Pulse
Learned at Lv. 5
Cooldown: 7.5 seconds
Upgrades into Dragon Pulse+ at Lv. 11
  Area Description
Charges power before dealing damage to opposing Pokémon in the area of effect. The user's movement speed is decreased while charging, but the longer the power is charged, the wider the move's area of effect becomes and the more damage it deals. After the user learns this move, a damage marker will be attached to any opposing Pokémon the user damages. When Dragon Pulse hits a marked opposing Pokémon, it deals additional damage to the Pokémon for each damage marker attached to it, then removes all the damage markers. In addition, if this move knocks out an opposing Pokémon, its cooldown is reduced, and the user's next three basic attacks will each deal additional damage and further reduce this move's cooldown when they hit.

Upgrade: Also restores the user's HP if this move knocks out a Pokémon from the opposing team.

Move slot 2

  Metal Claw
メタルクロー
Metal Claw
Learned at Lv. 1 or 3
Cooldown: 8 seconds
Upgrades into Dragon Tail or Stealth Rock
  Hindrance Description
Has the user strike with sharp claws, dealing damage to the opposing Pokémon it hits and decreasing their movement speed for a short time. After this move is used, the user's next basic attack becomes a boosted attack.
  Dragon Tail
ドラゴンテール
Dragon Tail
Learned at Lv. 7
Cooldown: 14 seconds
Upgrades into Dragon Tail+ at Lv. 13
  Hindrance Description
Has the user shove opposing Pokémon and move itself backward a short distance. Afterward, the user's next basic attack becomes a boosted attack. A maximum of two uses can be kept in reserve for this move.

Upgrade: After this move hits, the user's next basic attack or move deals additional damage to opposing Pokémon when it hits.

  Stealth Rock
ステルスロック
Stealth Rock
Learned at Lv. 7
Cooldown: 8 seconds
Upgrades into Stealth Rock+ at Lv. 13
  Hindrance Description
Has the user create a field of levitating stones by hurling a stone at the designated area. The field deals damage over time to opposing Pokémon in the area of effect and decreases their movement speed for a short time. If the hurled stone hits an opposing Pokémon before reaching the designated area, the area of effect will instead be centered on where the stone hit that Pokémon. If an opposing Pokémon takes damage from this move a certain number of times, that Pokémon becomes unable to move for a short time. After this move is used, the user's next basic attack becomes a boosted attack. A maximum of two uses can be kept in reserve for this move.

Upgrade: Increases the maximum number of uses that can be kept in reserve for this move.

Unite Move

  Revolving Ruin
ジュラルディザスター
Dural Disaster
Learned at Lv. 9
  Area Description
Has the user spin, firing a beam of light at the ground in a sweeping circle around it. If this beam hits an opposing Pokémon, it deals damage to it, grants the user a shield, and increases the user's Attack for a short time. Both the shield effect and the Attack increase are strengthened the more opposing Pokémon are hit by the beam of light. Damage dealt to any opposing Pokémon in the area of effect after the beam of light is fired. A burning ring is left where the beam of light touched the ground, and opposing Pokémon that touch this burning ring take damage and have their movement speed decreased for a short time.

Event eligibility

As a Dragon-type Pokémon, Duraludon was eligible for the Full-Burst Battle! Dragon Dustup match type during the Dragon Carnival event that took place from May 15 to June 11, 2024.

Holowear

Name Holowear Release Date Unlock Method Audio/Visual FX
  Purple Unite Style   August 25, 2022   350 Appearance only
  Orange Unite Style   August 25, 2022   350 Appearance only
  Guardian Style   November 10, 2022   550 Appearance only
  Dark Suit Style   January 5, 2023   1,050 Movement
  Red Unite Style   February 27, 2023   350 Appearance only
  Kimono Style   September 7, 2023 Pokebuki Style Blastoise Collection Prize Machine / Champion Style Dragonite Collection Prize Machine Movement
  Bonfire Style   November 1, 2023 UNITE Club Membership reward Appearance only
  Dark Suit Style (Burgundy)   November 23, 2023 Set Shop / Special event missions Movement
  Kimono Style (Coral)   May 16, 2024 Champion Style Dragonite Collection Prize Machine Movement

In other languages

Revolving Ruin

Language Title
  Japanese ジュラルディザスター Juraru Dizasutā (Dural Disaster)
Chinese Cantonese 鋁鋼災難 Lyǔgōng Jōinaahn (Dural Disaster)
Mandarin 鋁鋼災難 / 铝钢灾难 Lǚgāng Zāinàn (Dural Disaster)
  French Rayon Incendiaire (Incendiary Ray)
  German Dura-Laser (Dura-Laser)
  Hindi रिवॉल्विंग रुइन Rivŏlviṅg Ruin (Revolving Ruin)
  Indonesian Laser Malapetaka Dural (Dural Misfortune Laser)
  Italian Duraldisastro (Dural Disaster)
  Korean 두랄디재스터 Dural Dijaeseuteo (Dural Disaster)
  Brazilian Portuguese Ruína Giratória (Rotating Ruin)
  Russian Круг Разрушения Krug Razrušenija (Circle of Destruction)
  Spanish Hecatombe Dural (Dural Hecatomb)
  Thai ดิวรัลดิแซสเตอร์ Dioran Disaettoe (Dural Disaster)
  Turkish Yıkım Çemberi (Circle of Destruction)

See also

For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Duraludon.

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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