Pokémon Unite is a new free-to-play mobile MOBA game that allows you to become a Pokémon Trainer. You will need to fight other trainers and their Pokémon within a classic MOBA games-like map with three lanes: the Middle Lane, the Bottom Lane, and the Top Lane. But, this game is not that typical for the MOBA genre. This guide will explain to you the most important things about Goals and their Interruption in Pokémon Unite.
Goals in Pokémon Unite
The first thing you need to know is that there are no things like towers or turrets in Pokémon Unite. Instead of that, there are Goal Points. It may look like the thing that should be destroyed, but as it was mentioned before, Pokémon Unite is not a typical MOBA game. You will need to obtain some Aeos Points through farming Neutrals and then bring them into one of these Goal Points. After scoring 100 Points the Goal will be destroyed. The more Points player is trying to score, the longer time it will take to charge up an energy ball that will be thrown to the Goal Point.
How to Block a Goal in Pokémon Unite
There is one important thing. If a player gets hit during scoring, it will be interrupted. So, to block a Goal you just need to deal some damage to an opponent that tries to score. Keep an eye on the enemy player who got a lot of Aeos Points. Eventually, it will try to score them, then you just need to hit this Pokémon. It may look simple, but there are some hints.
Ranged characters or the ones with dash/teleport abilities are fit better for Block. You need to wait until your opponent gets to the Goal and then attack it. But, never try to do this when the enemy is under the effect of Rotom or Zapdos. It will make their scoring instant and you will just allow your opponent to have a free score. That was all the main things you should learn about Goals in Pokémon Unite. Good luck in your further matches.