Zoroark (UNITE)

Zoroark (Japanese: ゾロアーク Zoroark) is a playable Pokémon in Pokémon UNITE. It became available as a playable character on October 27, 2022.

Zoroark
ゾロアーク Zoroark
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Role Speedster
Attack type Melee
Damage type Attack
Difficulty Expert
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Evolves at Lv. 5

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License availability:
Aeos coin 14,000 Aeos Coins / Aeos gem 575 Aeos Gems
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It is a Speedster who can use its Illusion Ability to move around the map while undetected by opponents. In combat, it can use consecutive attacks, where each attack must hit to continue the combo.

Stats

Zoroark
Offense      
Endurance      
Mobility      
Scoring      
Support      

Abilities

Passive Ability

 
Illusion
イリュージョン Illusion
Description

Zoroark takes the form of a random wild Pokémon or Pokémon from the opposing team. Zoroark returns to their original form when taking damage, using an basic attack or move, when attempting to score, or when recalling to base. Applying the illusion applies Invincible for 20 frames (1/3s).

Basic Attack

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

Becomes a boosted with every third attack, dealing increased damage.


Moveset

Move slot 1

  Slash
きりさく
Slash
Learned at Lv. 1 or 3
Cooldown: 5.5 seconds
Upgrades into Shadow Claw or Cut
  Dash Description
Has the user dash in the designated direction, dealing damage to opposing Pokémon.
  Shadow Claw
シャドークロー
Shadow Claw
Learned at Lv. 7
Cooldown: 4.5 seconds
Upgrades into Shadow Claw+ at Lv. 13
  Dash Description
Has the user dash in the designated direction, dealing damage to opposing Pokémon and leaving them unable to act for a short time. If this move hits an opposing Pokémon near the end of the dash's end point, that Pokémon will be thrown instead of being unable to act.

Upgrade: Increases the length of time opposing Pokémon are thrown.

  Cut
いあいぎり
Iai Cut
Learned at Lv. 7
Cooldown: 4.5 seconds
Upgrades into Cut+ at Lv. 13
  Dash Description
Has the user dash in the designated direction, dealing damage to opposing Pokémon and restoring the user's HP.

Upgrade: Increases the amount of HP this move restores.

Move slot 2

  Fury Swipes
みだれひっかき
Fury Swipes
Learned at Lv. 1 or 3
Cooldown: 7.5 seconds
Upgrades into Night Slash or Feint Attack
  Melee Description
Has the user dash in the designated direction, dealing damage to opposing Pokémon. If this move hits an opposing Pokémon, for a short time, it can be used again.

Effect: The move goes into cooldown after the second use.

  Night Slash
つじぎり
Crossroad Killing
Learned at Lv. 5
Cooldown: 9 seconds
Upgrades into Night Slash+ at Lv. 11
  Dash Description
For a short time, the user's next movement becomes a dash attack. After the user performs a dash attack, its next basic attack becomes a special boosted basic attack. Then, after that special boosted basic attack (or another move) hits an opposing Pokémon, the user's next movement becomes a dash attack again, and so on. This move's effect duration is limited, but after each time the user hits with a special boosted basic attack or another move, the duration resets. If the user moves when unable to do a dash attack, this move's effect duration immediately ends. During this move, if the user hits opposing Pokémon with a combined total of six dash attacks and special boosted basic attacks (or other moves), the user will jump into the air and then land with a slash in a set area of effect, dealing damage to opposing Pokémon. If this slash attack hits opposing Pokémon, the user recovers HP. While jumping, the user is able to use Shadow Claw or Cut to move a set distance.

Upgrade: Reduces this move's cooldown.

  Feint Attack
だましうち
Sneak Attack
Learned at Lv. 5
Cooldown: 6 seconds
Upgrades into Feint Attack+ at Lv. 11
  Dash Description
Has the user dash in the designated direction, dealing damage to opposing Pokémon and reducing all of the user's move cooldowns. if this move hits an opposing Pokémon, the dash's start point is marked for a short time, and the user is able to use this move again. If this move is used again, the new dash's start point is marked, and the user dashes back toward the previous one, dealing damage to opposing Pokémon it hits along the way. As long as a point is marked, if the user users certain moves other than Feint Attack, the point where the move was used becomes the new marked point. If the user hits opposing Pokémon four times with either Feint Attack or certain other moves without interrupting the chain of marking, the next use of Feint Attack changes. If this changed Feint Attack is used, the user leaps at the designated opposing Pokémon and deals damage to it before landing in a designated direction.

Upgrade: Reduces this move's cooldown.

Unite Move

  Nightfall Daze
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Learned at Lv. 9
  Area Description
Release dark shockwaves, dealing damage to enemies hit. Three shockwaves are released, and each one has an increasingly larger area-of-effect. The user is immune to hindrances while releasing shockwaves.

Holowear

Name Holowear Release Date Unlock Method Audio/Visual FX
  Costume Party Style   October 27, 2022   1,050* Movement
  Ghost Style   April 21, 2023 Premium Battle Pass - Season 15* Unite Move
Scoring
Returning
KO
Movement
  Costume Party Style (Green)   September 23, 2023 Dark Suit Style Absol Collection Prize Machine* Movement
  Dancer Style   February 27, 2024 Premium Battle Pass - Season 22* Appearance only

Trivia

See also

For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Zorua and Zoroark.

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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