Meowscarada officially joined Pokemon Unite last week as a Melee Speedster. The Grass/Dark-type Pokemon is an evolution of Sprigatito and hails from the Paldea region. The Pokemon will start the match as a Sprigatito, eventually evolving into a Floragato at level 4 and then into Meowscarada at level 6. The Pokemon can be currently obtained by completing the Meowscarada’s Flower Petal Challenge event. Here is all you need to know about Meowscarada in Pokemon Unite and how to get it.
Meowscarada Pokemon Unite Release Date
Meowscarada was released as part of the Pokemon Unite roster on 7th December 2023. The Pokemon was originally released as part of Generation 9.
How to get Meowscarada in Pokemon Unite
Players will be able to obtain Meowscarada in Pokemon Unite by completing the Meowscarada’s Flower Petal Challenge event. Completing the missions listed under the challenge will let you unlock Meowscarada’s Unite license. The event went live on 7th December 2023 and will continue till 10th January 2024. After that, you will be able to get the license for 1,200 Aeos gems.
Meowscarada Flower Petal Challenge
Players will need to collect four different color flower petals. You will need to collect 100 each of White, Yellow, Pink and Blue petals to unlock Meowscarada’s Pokemon Unite License. The missions come in sets which unlock every week on the following dates:
First Set – 7th December, 2023
Second Set – 14th December, 2023
Third Set – 21st December, 2023
Fourth Set – 28th December, 2023
Here are all the missions you need to complete to collect the different petals for the Meowscarada Flower Petal Challenge event and their corresponding rewards:
Log in a total of 1 day – 100 x Aeos Tickets, 10 x White Petals
Log in a total of 3 days – 100 x Aeos Tickets, 20 x White Petals
Log in a total of 4 days – 100 x Aeos Tickets, 5 x White Petals
Share Meowscarada’s Flower Petal Challenge 1 time
Win 5 battles with Supporter or Defender Pokemon – 100 x Aeos Tickets, 20 x Yellow Petals
Make a total of 9 assists – 100 x Aeos Tickets, 10 x Yellow Petals
Other missions listed under Yellow Petals include:
Win 5 battles with All-Rounder, Speedster or Attacker Pokemon – 100 x Aeos Tickets, 20 x Pink Petals
Defeat either Rayquaza or Zapdos a total of 3 times – 100 x Aeos Tickets, 10 x Pink Petals
Other missions listed under Pink Petals include:
Win 1 battle with All-Rounder, Speedster or Attacker Pokemon – 50 x Item Enhancer
Win 3 battles with All-Rounder, Speedster or Attacker Pokemon – 1 x Energy Boost Tank
Use Meowscarada in the Practice Area 1 time – 100 x Aeos Tickets, 10 x Blue Petals
Win 3 battles with different Pokemon – 100 x Aeos Tickets, 20 x Blue Petals
You can alternatively use Aeos Gems to purchase the required petals to complete the missions and unlock Meowscarada’s Pokemon Unite License.
After the Pokemon takes damage that reduces it to half its max HP or less, it disappears into leaves for a short time. For a short time after that, the Pokemon’s movement speed and damage dealt increase, and each time the Pokemon deals damage to opposing Pokemon, it recovers HP. This Ability goes on cooldown after it’s triggered.
Whenever a set amount of time passes, the next basic attack becomes a booster attack. Boosted attacks have the user leap at opposing Pokémon and deal additional damage.
Level 1 – Level 3 Moves
Sprigatito shoots out leaves that deal damage to opposing Pokemon they hit and decrease their movement speed.
Sprigatito sharpens its claws while moving, increasing the speed and damage of its next three basic attacks.
Level 6 Moves
Meowscarada attaches a flower bomb to an opposing Pokemon. The flower bomb can be detonated at will if the move is used again, and when it explodes, it deals damage based on the percentage of HP the opposing Pokemon has lost. If the user deals damage to an opposing Pokémon that has a flower bomb attached to it, the explosion’s area of effect is increased and it deals increased damage. If the user knocks out an opposing Pokemon with this move, the move’s cooldown is reset.
Upgrade (Level 11): Increases the explosion’s area of effect and increases Meowscarada’s movement speed after this move is used.
Meowscarada throws slashing waves with its claws, dealing damage and applying a mark to opposing Pokemon the slashing waves hit. Basic attacks have an increased critical-hit rate on marked opposing Pokemon. When Meowscarada deals damage to marked opposing Pokemon with basic attacks, this move’s cooldown is reduced and the user recovers HP.
Upgrade (Level 11): Increases critical-hit rate and HP recovery.
Level 7 Moves
Meowscarada creates an illusory copy of itself while dashing in order to befuddle opposing Pokemon. If this move is used again, the user swaps places with the illusory copy. When this swap happens, or when the illusory copy’s HP drops to 0, flower petals are scattered around, dealing damage to opposing Pokemon and leaving them unable to act for a short time.
Upgrade (Level 13): Increases the time that the illusory copy remains before disappearing, and decreases the damage taken by the illusory copy.
Meowscarada leaps to the designated location, dealing damage to opposing Pokemon it hits and leaving them paralyzed. If Meowscarada hits opposing Pokémon with this move, its basic attack speed and movement speed increase for a short time. When Meowscarada is in tall grass, this move’s range increases. If Meowscarada knocks out an opposing Pokemon or makes an assist, this move’s cooldown is reset. Trailblaze can be upgraded to grant Meowscarada a shield when this move is used.
Unite Move: Floral Flourish
Meowscarada moves instantly to the designated location, creating a whirlwind of flowers around itself that continually deals damage to opposing Pokemon. While using this move, Meowscarada cannot use other attacks, and the move can be canceled if it is used again.