Best Pokemon in Pokemon Duel
This list will help players find the Best Pokemon in Pokemon Duel. Sorted by S-Tier
being the Best Pokemon and B-Tier
holding some of the weaker choices
Pokemon Duel Tier List – Runners
The Best Pokemon Figures for Capturing the enemy Goal.
Runner Requirement: at least 3 MP
(Movement Points) & Movement Moves Such as Fly/Fly Away
Pokemon Duel Tier List – Attackers
The Best Pokemon Figures For Fighting the enemy figures.
Attacker Requirement: Attack Move Damage of 60 – 120+
Pokemon Duel Tier List – Defenders
The Best Pokemon Figures For Defending Your Goal.
Defender Requirement: Large Base Wheel Sizes For Blue
Pokemon Duel Tier List – Supporter
The Best Pokemon Figures For Supporting your entire deck of Figures.
Support Requirement: An Ability providing Extra Damage or Movement For Figures within your Deck.
Pokemon Duel Plates
What Are Pokemon Duel Plates?
Duel Plates grant you Special Powers In Game during a duel with an opponent, these can range from Splash power which allows water Pokemon to deal +20 more Damage to Switch places of your Pokemon Figures on the board.
How Do I Get Pokemon Duel Plates?
You can obtain Plates in Pokemon Duel from Boosters, depending on the booster you purchase on shop & you will receive a select amount.
You can also purchase specific plates at the shop in game.
Best Pokemon Duel Plates List
Below is a list of the Best Duel Plates and a short description of what it does for you. We will only be listing highest ranking Duel Plates in Pokemon Duel and other lower tier ones will be left out.
Pokemon Duel Items | Cubes | Ingots | Rare Metal
There are 3 main items in Pokemon Duel you will be using:
Cubes (Green) – Increases a Pokemon’s Chain Level at Fusion Menu.
Quote:When UC, C, R, EX Cubes Fuse with a Pokemon Figure, it will receive Points to Level UP its Chain Level.
(Pokemon can only get up to Chain level 10)
Zero Damage, Blue and Red Attacks are unable to receive a point
Purple attacks can not increase stars
Different rarity of Figures needs to Lvl Max their Chain Lvl:
Common needs 30 Minerals
Uncommon needs 10 Minerals
Rare needs 3 Minerals
EX needs 1 Mineral
The required amount of XP does not change upon leveling up a Pokémon’s chain level.
Rare Metals (Blue) – Used for Leveling Pokemon at Fusion Menu.
Ingots (Gold) – Can be Sold at shops for Coins Exchange.