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For players wanting to know how to master Snorlax, this is the place to be. Every team needs a defender and this giant sleepwalker is one of the best out there. This Pokemon UNITE Snorlax guide will show readers how to successfully protect their teams’ chances of winning.

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Overview

Snorlax is a defender class Pokemon with great endurance naturally and good support from its kit. Here is Snorlax’s star rating assortment:

Offense: 1 1/2 stars

Endurance: 5 stars

Mobility: 2 stars

Scoring: 1/2 stars

Support: 2 1/2 stars

With all 5 stars in endurance, this makes Snorlax one of, if not, the most tanky mon in the game. And despite its low rating in offense, this demon had to be patched to make it stoppable at all. Not even Blastoise’s addition to the game devalues Snorlax. And down below, this guide will now go into the best items and moves for Snorlax.

Battle Item

Eject Button. This item is recommended so many times I almost wish that a patch would come out to increase the utility of the other items. The eject button will help compensate for the god-awful mobility its been blessed with. Given its kit, Snorlax rarely sees a need to escape, but in the case it does, the eject button will save players as if it was Arceus’ will.

Held Item

Assault Vest:

This item grants Snorlax a shield when not in combat. The shield nullifies Special Atk Damage equal to 9% of its max health. This allows Snorlax more durability in combat and keeps it protected from non-combat threats.

Focus Band:

The focus band ensures Snorlax will maintain its high endurance by restoring more HP once it drops into the danger zone. This or any other healing item, like shell bell and leftovers, is a must.

Buddy Barrier:

This gives Snorlax a few support options. Buddy barrier gives Snorlax a shield after using its UNITE move. However, it also grants a shield to the ally with the lowest HP. This helps fellow attackers like Ninetales and Pikachu.

Best Moves

Block:

This has the user spread their arms wide to create a wall and grants it a shield. Prevents opposing Pokemon from passing through the wall and shoves them if they run into it. THIS. This is Snorlax’s greatest asset. This move not only allows players to protect their teammates from enemies but allows them to wall off the enemy team from trying at objectives like Zapdos. Even with the patch, Snorlax’s block is still one of its most effective tools and is a must-have for any match.

Heavy Slam:

This has the user slam its heavy body down, dealing damage to opposing Pokemon in the area of effect and throwing them. This is great to stun enemies trying to escape so supporting teammates can ambush them or kill them in a gank.

Conclusion

All in all, this Pokemon UNITE Snorlax guide has no doubt left readers equipped to master one of the best defenders in the game. Playing defenders is not the easiest task in a MOBA, however, it can be one of the most beneficial things to do in the long run. While not normally recommended in classes or in the office, get to sleep players and obstruct the enemy’s path to victory.


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