*Last Updated: November 26, 2022 | Sableye’s details added.

Since Pokémon UNITE released on July 21, 2021, plenty of details have come to light on the game’s available Pokémon and their Unite Moves and in the spirit of Uniting information, here is a detailed list of all known Unite Moves for the Pokémon of Pokémon UNITE:

Plasma Gale (Zeraora)

Its Unite Move, Plasma Gale, sends out a powerful electric blast that creates a field of lightning around the area where the blast hits.

Thunderstorm (Pikachu)

Pikachu’s Unite Move is Thunderstorm, an attack that blasts all surrounding opposing Pokémon with powerful lightning.

Seismic Slam (Charizard)

Charizard’s Unite Move is Seismic Slam, an attack in which Charizard aims for and grabs one opposing Pokémon before bringing it up into the air and slamming it down to the ground.

Power Nap (Snorlax)

Snorlax’s Unite Move is Power Nap, an attack in which Snorlax nods off and can roll around in its sleep to attack its opponents.

Rubble Rouser (Crustle)

By using its Unite Move, Rubble Rouser, Crustle covers itself in a swirl of rocks and keeps its opponents from getting anywhere near it.

Waterburst Shuriken (Greninja)

Its Unite Move is Waterburst Shuriken, an attack in which Greninja deals massive damage to opponents by throwing a huge water shuriken down on them from above.

Cotton Cloud Crash (Eldegoss)

Eldegoss’s Unite Move is Cotton Cloud Crash, an attack that lifts Eldegoss into the air to slam down onto the ground, restoring HP to allies and dealing damage to opposing Pokémon.

Flame Sweep (Talonflame)

Talonflame’s Unite Move is Flame Sweep, an attack in which Talonflame charges forward over a long distance while cloaked in flame, shoving its opponents aside.

Aura Cannon (Lucario)

Its Unite Move is Aura Cannon, a move that sends out an aura blast that deals massive damage to opponents.

Verdant Anger (Venusaur)

Venusaur’s Unite Move is Verdant Anger, an attack that shoots out a powerful seed bomb that scatters and damages Pokémon all around.

Showtime! (Mr. Mime)

Its Unite Move, Showtime!, is a mysterious pantomime that stuns opponents in the area around it.

Slowbeam (Slowbro)

Slowbro’s Unite Move is Slowbeam, which locks opponents in place. However, Slowbro itself also becomes unable to move, so it’s best to have some backup from allies.

Midnight Slash (Absol)

Its Unite Move, Midnight Slash, is an attack in which Absol slashes and throws opposing Pokémon while dealing great damage to them.

Barrage Blow (Machamp)

Its Unite Move, Barrage Blow, is an attack in which Machamp rushes forward and unleashes a combo attack on opponents in front of it.

Starlight Recital (Wigglytuff)

Its Unite Move, Starlight Recital, provides protection to Wigglytuff and its nearby allies.

Snow Globe (Alolan Ninetales)

Alolan Ninetales uses a Unite Move called Snow Globe, an attack in which it creates a blizzard around itself to freeze its opponents.

Gatling Gulp Missile (Gramorant)

Its Unite Move, Gatling Gulp Missile, is another of Cramorant’s specialties. It shoots out a flurry of Gulp Missiles at any opposing Pokémon that approach.

Phantom Ambush (Gengar)

It can sneak up behind its opponents without making a sound. On top of that, its Unite Move, Phantom Ambush, lets it turn invisible. It’s a move truly befitting Gengar, the Shadow Pokémon!

Livid Outrage (Garchomp)

Garchomp’s Unite Move is Livid Outrage, an attack in which Garchomp gives into its furious rage and attacks its opponents.

Blazing Bicycle Kick (Cinderace)

Cinderace’s Unite Move is Blazing Bicycle Kick, an attack in which Cinderace kicks a giant ball of fire at its opponents, dealing massive damage.

Fairy Singularity (Gardevoir)

Warps space in the designated area, drawing in opposing Pokémon. Shoves and deals damage to opposing Pokémon the instant the warped space dissapears.

Bliss Assistance (Blissey)

Blissey’s Unite Move, Bliss Assistance, allows Blissey to dash to an ally’s aid while protecting that ally from attacks!

Hydro Typhoon (Blastoise)

Its Unite Move is Hydro Typhoon. Blastoise spins around and shoots out powerful blasts of water, washing away all opposing Pokémon around it.

Mammoth Mash (Mamoswine)

Mamoswine’s Unite Move is Mammoth Mash, an attack in which Mamoswine stomps the ground, dealing damage to nearby opponents and decreasing their movement speed with each stomp!

Fairy Frolic (Sylveon)

When Sylveon uses its Unite Move, Fairy Frolic, it jumps into the air, dealing damage when it lands to nearby opposing Pokémon and restoring its HP. For a short time afterward, a set percentage of damage dealt by Sylveon is converted into HP!

Berry Belly Flop (Greedent)

Greedent’s Unite Move, Berry Belly Flop, recovers its HP while dealing damage to opposing Pokémon. Greedent then eats a special Berry allowing it to stash an unlimited amount of Berries in its tail for a short time and resetting the cooldown on all its moves!

Nock, Nock (Decidueye)

Decidueye’s Unite Move, Nock Nock, fires quills in the designated direction, dealing damage to opposing Pokémon. It ends by unleashing a particularly large quill that deals damage to all opposing Pokémon it hits.

Queen Ascendent (Tsareena)

Tsareena’s Unite Move, Queen Ascendent sends Tsareena leaping toward an opposing Pokémon and kicking it high into the air before showering it with a flurry of kicks while airborne. When Tsareena lands on the ground at the conclusion of this epic attack, it recovers HP.

Draco Impact (Dragonite)

Have a maximum impact with Dragonite’s Unite Move, Draco Impact, which renders this draconic powerhouse unstoppable. Gain momentum by flying high into the air before crashing down on the opposition accompanied by a rain of comets.

Phantom Forest (Trevenant)

Terrify opponents with Trevenant’s Unite Move, Phantom Forest. Trevenant creates a cursed forest that throws opponents and decreases their movement speed. This spooky strike might just scare adversaries into submission.

Coup de Grace (Aegislash)

Go for the knockout with Aegislash’s Unite Move, the fittingly named Coup de Grace. Aegislash unleashes a ground-splitting slash in a designated direction, dealing damage to opposing Pokémon and dealing even greater damage to opponents with low remaining HP.

Rings Unbound (Hoopa)

Unleashing Hoopa’s full power, Rings Unbound transforms Hoopa into Hoopa Unbound for a short time. Hoopa Unbound increases Hoopa’s max HP and creates a ring at a designated location. Each ally Pokémon can warp to that location once only.

Revolving Ruin (Duraludon)

Spin out opponents with Duraludon’s Unite Move, Revolving Ruin. Duraludon spins while firing a sizzling beam of light, damaging opponents, gaining a temporary shield, and increasing its Attack.

Belly Bash (Azumarill)

Bash the opposition with Azumarill’s Unite Move, Belly Bash. Azumarill pounds its stomach, creating a shield for itself and sacrificing HP for increased attack power before charging enemy Pokémon.

Psychic Solare (Azumarill)

Send your opponents flying with Espeon’s Unite Move, Psychic Solare. This Pokémon uses its psychic power to suspend the opposition in midair before blasting them with an explosion!

Fanciful Fireworks (Delphox)

Put on a show with Delphox’s fiery Unite Move, Fanciful Fireworks. This showstopping attack has Delphox decrease opponents’ movement speed and weaken their HP recovery.

Glacial Stage (Glaceon)

Steal the show with Glaceon’s Unite Move, Glacial Stage. This ice-cold attack creates a diamond-shaped zone that damages and decreases the movement speed of all opponents while increasing Glaceon’s movement speed and ice crystals.

Ultra Swole Slam (Buzzwole)

Muscle up and slam the competition with Buzzwole’s Unite Move, Ultra Swole Slam. Buzzwole flies at high speed and takes to the sky, dealing damage to all opposing Pokémon in the area of effect before targeting the opposing Pokémon with the lowest percentage of HP among those hit and charging down at it to deal additional damage.

Tyrannical Rampage (Tyranitar)

Make your way to the top with Tyranitar’s Unite Move, Tyrannical Rampage. Tyranitar explodes with anger and goes on a rampage, increasing its movement speed and gaining hinderance resistance. While Tyranitar is rampaging, its basic attacks quake and deal more damage—and if a Pokémon on the opposing team attacks when at low HP, it’ll be immediately knocked out!

Mystical Mirage (Mew)

Confuse and elude your opponents with Mew’s Unite Move, Mystical Mirage. Mew floats up and becomes invincible, blanketing all surrounding ally Pokémon with stealth and dealing damage in the area of effect.

Triple Trample (Dodrio)

Start a stampede with Dodrio’s Unite Move, Triple Trample. Dodrio becomes immune to hindrances and runs to a designated location with unstoppable might. If Dodrio runs into an opponent, it deals damage and throws them into the air.

Green Illusion Dive (Scizor)

Dash in and confuse your opponent with a flurry of copies. Whether you deal explosive damage or hinder your opponent will depend on who you battle as—Scyther or Scizor. At the end of Scyther’s Unite Move, Green Illusion Dive, each copy returns to Scyther, dealing bonus damage. At the end of Scizor’s Unite Move, Red Illusion Dive, Scizor can grab an opponent and run through a copy, incapacitating the opponent. Choose wisely!

Wonder Wish (Clefable)

Reach for the stars and moon with Clefable’s Unite Move, Wonder Wish. Clefable waggles its finger, healing nearby allies, before pulling out a powerful move at random that can turn the tide of any battle.

Nightfall Daze (Zoroark)

Launch an all-out area-of-effect attack with Zoroark’s Unite Move, Nightfall Daze. Zoroark becomes immune to hinderances and releases three dark shock waves, dealing damage to opposing Pokémon, with each shock wave being more powerful than the last.

Phantom Ambush (Sableye)

Leave the competition frozen with fear with Sableye’s Unite Move, Phantom Ambush. Sableye glares with a bright light, leaving all Pokémon facing Sableye unable to act and frozen in place. All Pokémon facing away are instead slowed for a short amount of time.

As always, we hope you found this guide helpful. For other Pokémon UNITE guides, we have the following:

[Guide] All Known Unite Moves for Pokémon UNITE

[Guide] Pokémon UNITE’s Complete Roster (Base Game & Additional Pokémon)

By Jack Longman

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