Mr. Mime is a support type Pokémon in Pokémon Unite who specializes in hindering opponent movements. His ability even allows him to stun opponents in an AoE, create barriers, debuff opponents, buff teammates, and a lot more. Overall, as far as the stats and abilities go, Mr. Mime is one of the best support Pokémon you can have in your team.

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While Pokémon Unite is preparing for its July launch on the Nintendo platform. With a later September launch on Mobile platforms. Let us have a look at everything we know about Mr. Mime, one of the many playable characters’ from Pokémon Unite.

Mr. Mime in Pokemon Unite: Stats, Evolution, Abilities, Unite Move

Here is everything we know about Mr. Mime in Pokémon Unite.

Basic Info on Mr. Mime

  • Role – Support
  • Difficulty – Intermediate
  • Evolution – No evolution.

Mr. Mime Basic Stats

  • Offense – 1.5 Star Rating
  • Endurance – 4 Star Rating
  • Mobility – 1 Star Rating
  • Scoring – 1.5 Star Rating
  • Support – 4 Star Rating

Mr. Mime Basic Attacks and Passive Abilities

Mr. Mime’s basic attacks are of melee type and his passive ability is called Filter. For now, we don’t know what Filter does. We will update the article when we have the information available.

Mr. Mime Moves Throughout His Progression(1 -9)

In Pokémon Unite, the Pokémon get new moves as they progress their level. Generally, at Lvl 5 and Lvl 7, players have to choose a new move for the given Pokémon from a choice of two. At LVL 9 players get the Pokémon Unite move.

Mr. Mime Moves LVL 1 – 3

Here are the two moves that players have in early level.

Fake Out

  • Move Attack Type – Melee
  • Move Description – Makes the user slaps its hands together, shoving opposing Pokemon in front of it
  • Move Cooldown – 7 Second

Light Screen

  • Move Attack Type – Hindrance
  • Move Description – Creates a wall of light in the designated area that prevents opposing Pokemon from passing.
  • Move Cooldown – 8 Second

Mr. Mime Moves LVL 5

Here are the two moves from which players have to choose one when they reach LVL 5.

Confusion

  • Move Attack Type – Ranged
  • Move Description – Attacks straight in front of the user, dealing damage to opposing Pokemon and shoving them.
  • Move Cooldown – 6 Second

Psychic

  • Move Attack Type – Buff
  • Move Description – Centers a telekinetic blast on both the user and any guard-swapped opposing Pokemon, damaging all opposing Pokemon caught in the blasts and lowering their Sp. Def for a short time. If an opposing Pokemon is hit by multiple overlapping blasts, that Pokemon is also left unable to act for a short time.
  • Move Cooldown – 6 Second

Mr. Mime Moves LVL 7

Here are the two moves from which players have to choose one when they reach LVL 7.

Barrier

  • Move Attack Type – Hindrance
  • Move Description – Creates a translucent wall that prevents opposing Pokemon from passing. This move’s cooldown begins after two waltzes have been placed.
  • Move Cooldown – 2 Second

Guard Swap

  • Move Attack Type – Debuff
  • Move Description – Temporarily swaps the user’s Defense and Sp. Def stats with those of another Pokemon when it hits. Swapping with an opposing Pokemon deals damage over time to them and decreases their movement speed while increasing the user’s movement speed for a short time. Swapping with an ally Pokemon increases their movement speed for a short time.
  • Move Cooldown – 4.5 Second

Mr. Mime Moves LVL 9 (Unite Move)

Mr. Mime’s unite move in Pokémon Unite is called Showtime. Here is the basic details on the move.

  • Move Attack Type – Area
  • Move Description – Has the user jump to the designated location and start a pantomime performance, dealing damage over time to opposing Pokemon in the area of effect and leaving them unable to act for a short time.
  • Move Cooldown – 1 Second

Pokémon Unite is a MOBA game set to release on Nintendo Switch and Mobile platforms later this year.

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