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Pokemon UNITE Leaked Movesets for Blastoise, Sylveon, Blissey, and Greedent

Featured image of Sylveon Fairy Wind for Pokemon UNITE Leaked movesets piece

Greetings Players, the tides of competition are bringing new players to the field. Or, at least they will bring new players to the fold. Dataminer, Eclipse, has confirmed that Blastoise and Sylveon will be coming to Pokemon UNITE. While this is something that fans already knew, Greedent also seems to be planned for release sometime in the future. This information has been rumored for some time since the game’s release. But, this datamine also revealed the moves that they will learn throughout their matches. Below, this article will list the Pokemon UNITE leaked movesets for these Pokemon.

[Related Link: Mamoswine and Sylveon Announced for Pokemon Unite]

Pokemon With Their Movesets Leaked

The information for these Pokemon has now been expanded with the release of their movesets. Here are the Pokemon with their movesets revealed:


Water Gun, Hydro Pump, Water Spout, Skull Bash, Surf, Rapid Spin


Swift, Psyshock, Hyper Voice, Attract, Draining Kiss, Fairy Wind


Thief, Round, Gyro Ball, Wish, Stuff Cheeks, Belly Drum

This information makes it easier to predict their roles in the game. Sylveon’s moves hint at it being a ranged attacker, while Blastoise’s moves hint at it being an all-rounder. Granted, that’s just speculation, but it’s important to try to predict how these Pokemon could impact the meta and expand the number of options each player specializing in that role have to choose from.


These Pokemon UNITE leaked movesets are one of many leaks and data mines that will be found by dedicated players on the internet. While nothing is confirmed yet, these leaks do seem promising and it will only be a matter of time until we get confirmation on their validity. However, if Blastoise was already confirmed, there’s a good chance that the moves listed here are the moves it will have in the game. This would seem to make the chances of the other sets being true high, but again, the only thing we can do now is wait until the Pokemon Company gives us the ‘yes’ from their mouths.

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