With season 3 of Pokemon Unite having started, players may be looking for some more updates on the game. Luckily for them, more Pokemon Unite Aegislash Moves leaked the internet. Before, the in-game model, stats, and evolution leveling revealed. This time, Pokemon Aegislash’s full moveset leaked. The all-rounder has two different forms, with each form prioritizing a different play objective. Though this isn’t based off an official Pokemon Unite source, the information seems rock solid. The data miners and leakers responsible for the information have a rather strong track record.
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Increases received damage and dealt damage
Allows the Pokemon to switch between Blade Form and Shield Form. Using a blade move changes the user to blade form, which increases the user’s movement speed, Attack, and basic attack speed. Using a shield move changes the user to shield form, and its Defense and Sp. Defense are increased.
The user slashes at opposing pokemon in front of itself, dealing damage to them. If the boosted count is one or more, the user’s basic attack becomes a boosted attack that changes as follows:
When in Blade Form, the user swiftly pierces through opposing Pokemon, dealing damage.
When in Shield Form, the user rams opposing Pokemon, dealing damage and leaving them unable to act for a short time. Additionally, the attack restores the user’s HP and reduces the cooldwon of Sacred Sword and Shadow Claw when it hits.
Every boosted attack consumes one boost count.
Has the user cast a shadow in the designated direction, dealing damage to opposing Pokemon it hits.
After the shadow hits an opposing Pokemon or travels its maximum distance, the user warps to the shadow’s location and deals damage to nearby opposing Pokemon. This also makes the boost count increase.
Has the user thrust its blade into the ground, creating a triangular zone. The triangular zone erupts with a hidden power, dealing damage to opposing Pokemon in the area of effect and throwing them. Also increases the boost count, and the greater the number of opposing Pokemon that are damaged, the more the boost count increases. When the move deals damage to wild Pokemon, the boost count increases by a maximum of two; when it deals damage to Pokemon from the opposing team, the boost count increases without limit.
At the same time as the eruption, the user slashes forward, dealing damage to opposing Pokemon that it hits. For a short time after this slash hits, damage dealt by the user partially ignores the Defense of all opposing Pokemon.
Upgrade: Increases the user’s Attack for a short time if the triangular zone deals damage to opposing Pokemon.
Has the user slash with its blade twice in the designated direction, dealing damage to any opposing Pokemon it hits.
The user then does a final rising slash that deals damage to opposing Pokemon it hits and throws them.
The boost count increases by one when at least one of the three slashes hits.
Upgrade: Increases the user’s critical-hit rate for the basic attacks, boosted attacks, and all moves except Unite Moves for a short time when the last attack hits.
Envelops the user in a powerful protective force for a short time. The protection disappears after blocking one attack and increases the boost count by one at the same time.
Has the user focus in place for a short time to create a great shield on itself.
When the great shield appears, the boost count increases by one, and the user shoves opposing Pokemon in front of itself and receives a shield effect.
While the great shield is present, if the user is attacked by an opposing Pokemon, the boost count increases by one. If the user is attacked again by a different opponent, the boost counter further increases by one. The boost count can increase by a maximum of two due to attacks from opposing Pokemon.
If all of the HP that is gained from the user’s shield effect is depleted before the great shield disappears, the user performs a shoving motion. This further increases the boost count by one unconditionally.
Upgrade: Reduces this move’s cooldown.
Has the user barrel in the designated direction, dealing damage to any opposing Pokemon it hits.
Also increases the boost count by one, and the user protects itself with a special shield for a short time afterward. This shield doesn’t protect the user from hindrances, but it can nullify damage. When the shield blocks an attack, it disappears and the user’s boost count is increased by one.
Upgrade: Also increases the user’s Attack for a short time when an attack is blocked by the special shield.
Has the user unleash a ground-splitting slash in the designated direction, dealing damage to opposing Pokemon it hits. The lower the opposing Pokemon’s percentage of remaining HP, the more damage the move deals.
If this Unite Move knocks out an opposing Pokemon, the boost count increases.
Keep in mind, these Pokemon Unite Aegislash Moves were leaked and datamined, not officially released. Therefore, though these leaks definitely seem legit, take them with a grain of salt. After all, Pokemon Unite Aegislash Moves haven’t been officially revealed. Not even the Pokemon itself was even officially confirmed by Pokemon Unite themselves. But with an in-game model, data mines, and now a full set found, there’s a lot of strong evidence pointing towards Aegislash’s eventual debut.
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