Leafeon (UNITE)

Leafeon (Japanese: リーフィア Leafia) is a playable Pokémon in Pokémon UNITE. It became available as a playable character on June 8, 2023.

Leafeon
リーフィア Leafia
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Role Speedster
Attack type Melee
Damage type Atk
Difficulty Intermediate
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Evolves at Lv. 4

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License availability:
Aeos coin 13,000 / Aeos gem 575
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Leafeon is a Speedster that uses its Chlorophyll ability to strengthen its power, giving it more speed and stronger attacks, allowing it to chase down opponents and deal high amounts of burst damage.

Stats

Leafeon
Offense      
Endurance      
Mobility      
Scoring      
Support      

Abilities

Passive Ability

 
As Eevee
Run Away
にげあし Run Away
Description

When the Pokémon with this Ability is not in combat, its movement speed is slightly increased.

 
As Leafeon
Chlorophyll
ようりょくそ Chlorophyll
Description

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

Basic Attack

  Damage category: Physical (as a basic attack)
Damage category: Physical (as a boosted attack)
Description
As Eevee
Becomes a boosted attack with every third attack, dealing increased damage.
As Leafeon
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 Pokémon it hits.


Moveset

Move slot 1

  Swift
スピードスター
Speed Star
Learned at Lv. 1 or 2
Cooldown: 5 seconds
Upgrades into Razor Leaf or Solar Blade
  Ranged Description
Has the user shoot star-shaped rays, dealing damage to opposing Pokémon they hit.
  Razor Leaf
はっぱカッター
Leaf Cutter
Learned at Lv. 4
Cooldown: 6 seconds
Upgrades into Razor Leaf+ at Lv. 10
  Ranged Description
Has the user launch five sharp-edged leaves in the designated direction, dealing damage to opposing Pokémon 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 Pokémon 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 Pokémon, the user is granted a shield.

Upgrade: Strengthens the effect of the shield granted by this move.

  Solar Blade
ソーラーブレード
Solar Blade
Learned at Lv. 4
Cooldown: 8 seconds
Upgrades into Solar Blade+ at Lv. 10
  Ranged Description
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 Pokémon 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

  Quick Attack
でんこうせっか
Lightning Speed
Learned at Lv. 1 or 2
Cooldown: 7.5 seconds
Upgrades into Aerial Ace or Leaf Blade
  Dash Description
Has the user move quickly in the designated direction, dealing damage to opposing Pokémon it makes contact with along the way.
  Aerial Ace
つばめがえし
Swallow Return
Learned at Lv. 6
Cooldown: 4 seconds
Upgrades into Aerial Ace+ at Lv. 12
  Dash Description
Has the user move with speed and slash, dealing damage to opposing Pokémon 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
リーフブレード
Leaf Blade
Learned at Lv. 6
Cooldown: 9 seconds
Upgrades into Leaf Blade+ at Lv. 12
  Dash Description
Has the user dash and then spin while slashing around itself with sharp leaves, dealing damage to opposing Pokémon it hits. If the outer ring of this move's area of effect hits opposing Pokémon, it deals increased damage, decreases the opposing Pokémon'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 Move

  Emerald Two-Step
エメラルドダブルビート
Emerald Double Beat
Learned at Lv. 8
  Sure Hit
  Area
Description
Has the user leap at the designated opposing Pokémon, dealing damage to it and decreasing its movement speed. After that, the user leaps up and lands with force, dealing damage to opposing Pokémon in the area of effect. Those opposing Pokémon take more damage the closer they are to the center of the area of effect.

Holowear

Name Holowear Release Date Unlock Method Audio/Visual FX
  Checkered Style   June 8, 2023   1,050 Movement
  Wanderer Style   March 7, 2024   2,199 Scoring
Returning
KO
Movement

In other languages

Emerald Two-Step

Language Title
  Japanese エメラルドダブルビート Emerarudo Daburu Bīto (Emerald Double Beat)
Chinese Cantonese 翠玉雙響奏 Cheuiyúk Sēung Héungjau (Jade Double Symphony)
Mandarin 翠玉雙響奏 / 翠玉双响奏 Cuìyù Shuāng Xiǎngzòu (Jade Double Symphony)
  French Entrechat Émeraude (Emerald Entrechat)
  German Doppelter Smaragdsprung (Double Emerald Jump)
  Hindi ग्रीनिश डबल रिदम Grīniś Ḍabal Ridam (Greenish Double Rhythm)
  Indonesian Irama Ganda Zamrud (Emerald Double Rhythm)
  Italian Doppiobalzo Smeraldo (Emerald Double Leap)
  Korean 에메랄드더블비트 Emeraldeu Deobeul Biteu (Emerald Double Beat)
  Brazilian Portuguese Compasso Duplo Esmeralda (Emerald Double Measure)
  Russian Двойной Изумрудный Удар Dvojnoj Izumrudnyj Udar (Double Emerald Strike)
  Spanish Rebote Esmeralda (Emerald Bounce)
  Thai ดับเบิลบีตสีมรกต Dapboen Bit si Morakot (Double Emerald Color Beat)
  Turkish Çifte Zümrüt Vuruşu (Double Emerald Strike)

See also

For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Eevee and Leafeon.

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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