If you need to know how to get and use Pokemon Unite Boost Emblems, you’ve come to the right place. We are going to break down the whole system for you. First, we’ll explain how to obtain the Boost Emblems, and then, we are going to explain how they work, how to upgrade them, what the colors mean, etc.
How to Get Boost Emblems Pokemon Unite
To get the Pokemon Unite Boost Emblems, you have to use the gacha system, aka the Energy Rewards system. Basically, play matches, grind the Energy Tank full, and then roll for Boost Emblems. There’s an 88% chance you’ll get a Bronze, about 15% to get Silver, and 2% to get Gold. This doesn’t seem that egregious at first, but you have to consider that this means you’re technically capped at the amount of Boost Emblems you can earn within a week. That is, unless you purchase consumables from the in-game store which allow you to earn more. All of a sudden, it starts looking more pay-to-win, doesn’t it?
At time of writing, the only other way to get Boost Emblems is the Season Points system, but they’re pretty thin on the ground. Perhaps you’ll be able to purchase them individually in the future, maybe even for Coins or some other in-game currency. However, that’s simply not the case right now.
How to Use Boost Emblems in Pokemon Unite
To use the Boost Emblems in Pokemon Unite, you have to customize your loadout in the same menu where you’ll find your list of friends. However, you also have to know what each color does. So, here’s a list of that, including how many emblems you need to get different effects.
- Green: Special Attack – 1% for 2 Emblems, 2% for 4, 4% for 6
- Yellow: Movement Speed – 4% for 3 Emblems, 6% for 5, 12% for 7
- Blue: Defense – 2% for 2 Emblems, 4% for 4, 8% for 6
- Red: Basic Attack Speed – 2% for 3 Emblems, 4% for 5, 8% for 7
- Pink: Hindrance – -4% for 3 Emblems, -8% for 5, -16% for 7
- Purple: Special Defense – 2% for 2 Emblems, 4% for 4, 8% for 6
- Orange: Attack – 1% for 2 Emblems, 2% for 4, 4% for 6
- Black: Cooldown Reduction – 2% for 3 Emblems, 4% for 5, 8% for 7
- White: HP – 1% for 2 Emblems, 2% for 4, 4% for 6
You can also upgrade your emblems to the next rarity. Specifically, you need three Bronze emblems of the same Pokemon and a hundred Aeos Coins for one Silver, and three Silver and a hundred Aeos Coins for one Gold. And that’s about all there is to it.