Charizard

Charizard, The Flame Pokémon. When this Pokémon expels a blast of superhot fire, the red flame at the tip of its tail burns more intensely. Its wings can carry this Pokémon close to an altitude of 4,600 feet. It blows out fire at very high temperatures. Charizard flies around the sky in search of powerful opponents. It breathes fire of such great heat that it melts anything. However, it never turns its fiery breath on any opponent weaker than itself.

Overview

One of the most well known Pokemon, Charizard has been a fan favorite since its release in RBY. As such Charizard has had a long competitive history, being a niche option since GSC with its access to Belly Drum and later adding a Salac Berry to its arsenal. However Stealth Rock in combination with Infernape amd Heatran really put the nail in Charizard's competitive coffin for awhile. With the release of XY however Charizard received not one but two excellent Mega Evolutions which bring it to the forefront of relevance in all areas of competitive play.
Positives
Sweeper - Charizard's role in most teams since its release is that of a sweeper. With the new options that Z Crystals bring, this gives Charizard flexibility on how it does this either through Sunny Day or just boosting and going in.

Negatives
High Maintenance - Fire/Flying gives some nice resistance but the quad weakness to Rock really hinders Charizard with how common Stealth Rock is. While not as hard as prior generations with the new Defog mechanics, Charizard demands you have a way to remove Stealth Rock or it's going to be dead weight. This is especially true of the Solar Power versions as they lose health per turn limiting how long Charizard can function to 4 turns instead of 8.

Abilities

Blaze - Raises Fire attacks power by 1.5x when below 33% health - This was great with the old Belly Drum Salac set as you would get to Ľ health and get a bonus to your Fire-type attacks. Still great on sets that don't revolve around Sunny Day, but it's not always going to be impactful.
Solar Power - Raises Special Attack by 1.5x but loses 1/8th max HP while Sunny Day is in effect - Obviously used on a Sunny Day set, with Z-Sunny Day this set can clean late game quite well as it packs a bit more power than Charizard's other sets.

Movesets

Z-Hold Hands

-Hold Hands
-Fire Blast
-Air Slash / Focus Blast
-Hidden Power Grass / Roost
Item Attached: Normalium Z
Ability: Blaze
EVs and Nature:
4 HP / 252 SpA / 252 Spe
Timid Nature

A bulkier cleaner, Z-Hold Hands is the key here as it gives +1 to all stats, making Charizard quite bulky as well as powerful. Fire Blast is the primary STAB as it can cleave through foes after the +1 boost. Air Slash and Focus Blast fight for slot two, Air Slash beings a more reliable STAB in exchange for power while Focus Blast helps handle Pokemon such as Audino and Guzzlord. Hidden Power Grass and Roost are the final options. Hidden Power Grass gives a more reliable way to hit Rock-types threats as well as Water-types, while Roost gives a way to recover giving Charizard more staying power.

Normalium Z is required for Z-Hold Hands, while a Timid nature is taken to utilize Charizard's Speed tier as effectively as possible. You could drop some of the offense investment to give Charizard a little bit of bulk, but the stat boost is usually enough for its bulk needs.

Sunny Day Sweeper

-Sunny Day
-Fire Blast
-Solar Beam
-Focus Blast
Item Attached: Firium Z
Ability: Solar Power
EVs and Nature:
252 SpA /4 SpD /252 Spe
Timid Nature

The glass cannon, this set is meant to hit hard and fast. Z-Sunny Day both sets up the sun Charizard needs but also grants +1 Speed. With Solar Power this effectively grants +1 Special Attack and Speed on top of boosting Fire Blast damage by 1.5x, allowing Charizard to muscle through very durable threats. Solar Beam takes slot 2 due to using Sunny Day, giving Charizard a powerful option to break through some bulky Waters. Finally Focus Blast helps deal with bulky Normals and Guzzlord which would wall Charizard otherwise.

Life Orb can be run over Firium Z for more of a wallbreaker set as well on Sunny Day teams, though this gives up the Speed boost from Z-Sunny Day so it changes the set's role somewhat. Charizard gets enough of an offense boost with the Solar Power combo so giving it the extra Speed from Timid nature tends to be more useful.

Other Options

Choice Specs - While other Fire-types pack more power such as Typlosion, Solar Power Charizard hits quite hard with a Choice Specs and its Flying typing is a nice addition for lower tier Sunny Day teams.

Possible Partners

Hazard Control - As stated, Charizard really needs hazard control to shine as a cleaner late game. Xatu is a nice option with access to Magic Bounce to block hazards, Roost, and Defog if hazards are set anyway, all wrapped together with U-Turn to help get Charizard in safely. Outside of Xatu, Rapid Spin users are plentiful in the lower tiers and Kabutops is a strong option with its powerful physical attacks and access to priority to pick off weakened targets in a pinch. Finally Rotom and its many forms work well with their access to Defog, Trick to cripple special walls such as Audino, and Volt Switch to get Charizard in safe.

Countering Charizard

Special Walls - Outside the obvious Stealth Rock, Charizard lacks the ability to break through special walls, especially bulky Waters with the Z-Hold Hands set. This makes Slowking an excellent answer to Charizard, especially with an Assault Vest as even with Sunny Day up, Psyshock can deal solid damage. Mega Audino is an overall strong answer as well with solid bulk and recovery, giving it the ability to Toxic stall Charizard hard, especially with its Fairy typing unlike its PU standard form to negate its Fighting weakness.

Mega Corner

Charizard, The Flame Pokémon. The overwhelming power that fills its entire body causes it to turn black and creates intense blue flames.

Overview

The later introduced Mega form that saw lot of screentime through an animated special Pokemon Origins, Mega Charizard X gives Charizard its long overdue Dragon typing in exchange for its Flying typing. While trading up a Ground immunity sounds bad, Fire/Dragon STAB is near unresisted, blocked by very few Pokemon such as Azumarill, Heatran, and Tapu Fini. This gives Mega Charizard X an amazing matchup presence as once it gets in not much can take a hit well with its solid 130 base Attack and Special Attack.
Positives
Sweeper/Wall Breaker - 100 base Speed, 130 base Attack, near perfect coverage with STABs, and access to Dragon Dance, Mega Charizard X is a terrifying sweeper and a strong competitor for best overall user of Dragon Dance. With Earthquake to catch the three Pokemon that resist its STABs, one of which gets destroyed by it, Mega Charizard X can shred through teams with minimal effort. However, Mega Charizard X is the most unpredictable form of Charizard being a potent wall breaker with access to Swords Dance to blow holes in Stall teams as well as slower balanced teams.
Negatives
4 Moveslot Syndrome - Mega Charizard X is a Pokemon that really fits the mold of a Pokemon that suffers from 4 Moveslot Syndrome. Having to choose between 2 great STAB options per type on the physical side and 1 per type on the special side, Earthquake, Thunder Punch, two great boosting moves, Will-O-Wisp, and Roost. This makes Mega Charizard X a bit unpredictable but also means it has a blind spot somewhere, because it can't do everything it wants to and thus can be exploited once the foe learns its set.

Abilities

Tough Claws - Physical contact moves deal 33% more damage - One of the best abilities and works hand in hand with Charizard's best STAB options, it just fuels its power.

Movesets

Dragon Dance

-Dragon Dance
-Flare Blitz / Fire Punch
-Dragon Claw / Outrage
-Earthquake / Thunder Punch / Roost
Item Attached: Charizardite X
Ability: Tough Claws (Blaze on Charizard)
EVs and Nature:
252 Atk / 4 Def / 252 Spe
Jolly Nature

Making use of Tough Claws and Dragon Dance, Mega Charizard X becomes a terrifying sweeper. Fire STAB wise there's options as Tough Claws works on both Flare Blitz and Fire Punch. Flare Blitz is often referred due to being high power with only recoil damage while Fire Punch is less power but no recoil. Dragon STAB is similar as Tough Claws works with Outrage and Dragon Claw. Unlike Fire STABs however the popular moves flipped favoring the weaker Dragon Claw to Outrage due to being locked into a move and the confusion afterwards. The final slot is open to a few options, though Earthquake is often preferred to destroy Heatran. Roost is an option to help Charizard stay around for longer while Thunder Punch is an option to chunk Tapu Fini and Azumarill.
Not much to say about the item or EV spread, though an Adamant nature is valid if you want the extra power over the Speed. However, as a sweeper the Jolly nature will usually be preferred.

Mixed Wallbreaker

-Overheat / Roost
-Flare Blitz
-Dragon Claw / Earthquake
-Swords Dance / Thunder Punch
Item Attached: Charizardite X
Ability: Tough Claws (Blaze on Charizard)
EVs and Nature:
252 Atk /4 SpA /252 Spe
Naive / Jolly /Adamant Nature

Aiming to be a wallbreaker, this set is very flexible. Flare Blitz is the only “set” move but is open to being switched if Dragon Claw or Fire Punch is more fitting for your team. The last slots are really a mix of all the moves listed. Swords Dance is great to break through slower teams as at +2 not much will take a hit and survive, especially a neutral Flare Blitz. Dragon Claw is a nice STAB option as stated in the prior moveset, giving a good option without the recoil of Flare Blitz. Earthquake breaks through Heatran and Tyranitar which could sponge hits otherwise, and Thunder Punch breaks through Tapu Fini, Mega Charizard X's best answer. Roost allows Mega Charizard X to heal off the damage it would take switching in and pairs really well with Swords Dance and a bulky EV spread. Overheat round out the moves as tech options to blast physical tanks, catching them off guard. This is a great option for Landorus Therian who is a common answer for Mega Charizard X due to Intimidate, but also hits the rarer Gliscor, Rocky Helmet Tornadus Therian, and Skarmory without huge recoil.

Other Options

SD Flame Charge - This is an effective set in Battle Spot, Swords Dance in combination with Flame Charge is a deadly set that preys on defensive play, having far higher payoff than a Dragon Dance set but requiring a bit more attention to pull off successfully.
Bulky Dragon Dance - With Dragon Dance, Roost, Will-O-Wisp, and a mono STAB, Mega Charizard X can become an unkillable tank with the right team support, burning physical threats on the switch in such as Landorus Therian and then can set up quite easily. EVs are customizable ranging from 252 HP/4 Atk / 252 Speed to 252 HP/ 4 Atk /252 SpDef, all depends on what you need Mega Charizard X to take hits from.

Partners

Pivots - Pokemon that can scout or pivot in with ease are huge boons for Charizard, especially the wall breaker set as it wants to pop in, KO something, and leave while Dragon Dance can do similar but more wants to come in and set up. Tornadus Therian is a great option with its access to Defog and Regenerator making it a pivot that keeps healthy with little effort. This and its ability to be a bulky sponge with Rocky Helmet helps deal with Azumarill and Heatran as well as check Landorus Therian while is the next solid option. Access to Stealth Rock, Defog, U-Turn, Intimidate, and Explosion all in one package, there's a reason Landorus Therian is considered one of or the best Pokemon in the game. Finally Magearna is great with an Assault Vest allowing it to check all the Tapus as well as Greninja, namely Ash Greninja while bringing Volt Switch to the table that's often going second allowing Charizard to get in safely.

Countering Mega Charizard

Bulky Waters - Tapu Fini is by far one of the best ways to get around Mega Charizard X with Nature's Madness and finishing it with Scald. Tapu Fini can be setup bait for a bulkier Dragon Dance set however, due to its own terrain preventing status moves. Azumarill is another good option due to resisting one and being immune to another STAB and threatening Waterfall or Play Rough in return all while being quite bulky. Mega Gyarados is a final great offensive option as with Intimidate it can negate the initial Dragon Dance, then threaten with Earthquake on the following turn while resisting Flare Blitz.


Mega Corner

Charizard, The Flame Pokémon. Its bond with its Trainer is the source of its power. It boasts speed and maneuverability greater than that of a jet fighter.

Overview

The first of Charizard's Mega Evolutions revealed alongside the Megas for Blastoise and Venusaur. This form amplifies Charizards special side compared to Mega Charizard X leaning to the physical spectrum. Keeping its Flying typing, this mega form gets access to a rare ability in Drought, making Mega Charizard Y a truly terrifying Pokemon with boosted Fire Blasts and ability to use Solar Beam with ease to blow away threats that lack a resistance to it. This is also an interesting thing with Charizard as while Tapu Fini can get around Mega Charizard X, Mega Charizard Y blows it up with Solar Beam, and the same is true in reverse. Dragons that can sponge Mega Charizard Y such as Latios have to be wary of Dragon Claw from Mega Charizard X, giving the Charizard player the ability to play mind games until they Mega Evolve.
Positives
Wallbreaker - While Mega Charizard X can be a wall breaker, it's by far inferior to Mega Charizard Y which is one of the best in general. 159 Special Attack and Drought boosting Fire Blast even bulky Water types will take massive damage, Tapu Fini taking up to 38% from it putting it in the range for Solarbeam. Mega Charizard Y also does not suffer from 4MSS like its X counterpart and has good enough coverage with Fire Blast, Solarbeam, and Focus Blast. This gives Mega Charizard Y the option to run Roost to stay around or lean into its supporting movepool to help its team later.
Negatives
High Maintenance - Like normal Charizard, Mega Charizard Y is a high maintenance Pokemon as Stealth Rock will shave 50% of its health off switching in. This with Mega Charizard Y's very mediocre physical defense can make it easy to get it KOed without doing much if the user isn't careful. That said Mega Charizard Y is a high risk, high reward Pokemon due to its insane power and ability to support its team mid to late game.

Abilities

Drought - Induces Sunny Day upon entering the field - Shared with Groudon, Ninetales, and Torkoal, Mega Charizard Y is the setter that makes the most use out of the ability due to having Fire STAB off a monstrous 159 Special Attack.

Movesets

Drought Wallbreaker

-Fire Blast / Flamethrower
-Solar Beam
-Focus Blast / Earthquake
-Roost / Flame Charge / Hidden Power Ice
Item Attached: Charizardnite Y
Ability: Drought (Blaze on Charizard)
EVs and Nature:
4 Def / 252 SpA / 252 Spe
Timid Nature

With Drought and Fire STAB bonus, Fire Blast is by far the preferred option due to its high power but Flamethrower is a nice secondary option due to more power points and better accuracy. As an example with Latios, Flamethrower does 39-48% while Fire Blast is 48-56% or a guaranteed 2HKO with Stealth Rock. Solar Beam and Focus Blast are coverage options with Solar Beam to blast through Rock and Water Pokemon such as Mega Diance, Tapu Fini, and Mega Gyarados. Solar Beam also gives Mega Charizard a way to threaten Garchomp who would be an excellent answer otherwise. Focus Blast hits Heatran but also breaks Tyranitar and its Mega Evolution. Earthquake is also strong against these foes and doesn't have accuracy problems, making it the preferred choice in Battle Spot despite not being able to OHKO Tyranitar.

Last slot has a plethora of options with Roost being the most common in 6v6 due to Mega Charizard Y being a mid game oriented Pokemon, meaning it will take a lot of chip damage. Defog is nice however to remove hazards if they go up while Mega Charizard Y is in. Flame Charge on the other hand is the most common move for it in Battle Spot allowing it to capitalize on the many switches it forces in order to clean up efficiently. Meanwhile Hidden Power Ice lets Mega Charizard Y muscle through Dragon-types such as Mega Salamence and Dragonite which otherwise reliably switch into it.

Other Options

-Tailwind is a more utility option that can be run to help a slower, powerful Pokemon act as a cleaner, such as Kyurem Black, as well as help Mega Charizard Y act as a cleaner itself. -Defog seems counter-intuitive on Charizard though with its extreme offensive pressure it can definitely find opportunities to clear hazards, and as a Flying-type it is still immune to all other forms of hazards. -Dragon Pulse can be used to hit Dragon Pokemon who are by far the best answers to Mega Charizard Y, doing 65-77% to Latios for an example, though it is usually worse than just using any other coverage move.

Possible Partners

Dragons - With Mega Charizard Y forcing Dragons in as well as its ability to beat most Fairy types due to its Fire typing, Dragon type Pokemon make excellent partners. Latios is a utility option as its ability to control hazards is much appreciated by Mega Charizard Y, while its base 110 Speed can get around Pokemon that Mega Charizard Y can bring in, such Keldeo and the rarer Terrakion, Meanwhile Mega Charizard Y forces Tyranitar in due to its high special bulk and Fire resistance. Sweeper wise Flynium Z Salamence works well as it also needs hazard control which Mega Charizard Y can help with, while Salamence appreciates Mega Charizard Y's ability to beat Latios, Mega Diancie, and Tyranitar while setting up on Heatran which can give Mega Charizard Y some trouble. Finally, Garchomp with Swords Dance can make a strong wall breaking core with few Pokemons being able to handle both threats, often forcing the opponent to give up something or take a lot of chip damage.

VGC & Double Battle Options

Charizard is a familiar face in modern Doubles formats, boasting one of the strongest spread moves in standard play and being very flexible and easy to build. Mega Charizard Y in particular makes a strong impact in Doubles with its Drought-boosted Heat Waves and access to Tailwind. The Fire/Flying typing is a mixed bag though because while it provides some very useful resistances and a Ground-immunity, it also suffers from a heavy Rock weakness which hurts when Rock Slide exists. However, it's a crazy strong special attacker in a format that's plagued with Intimidate everywhere, so dealing with it defensively is often more trouble than it's worth. If dealing with a powerhouse like that under Tailwind isn't scary enough, it's also very possible to see Mega Charizard Y's teammate pull out the Trick Room, making it a very deadly threat to deal with for some teams. In contrast, you should never expect to see Charizard's other forms in Doubles, unless they're bringing a wild team with Mega Charizard X for the variety.

Burning Strike

- Heat Wave
- Solar Beam
- Tailwind / Overheat
- Protect
Item Attached: Charizardite Y
Ability: Drought
EVs and Nature:
4 HP / 252 SpA / 252 Spe
Modest / Timid Nature

As dangerous as Mega Charizard Y can be, the moveset will almost always look like this. Heat Wave is mandatory, despite the slight nerf in XY and the annoying 90 accuracy this move will always burn through foes that don't resist it due to the Drought boost. Solar Beam pairs well with this as well to deal with the likes of Tapu Fini, and even Tyranitar if Sand Stream isn't active. Tailwind allows Mega Charizard Y to support both the team and itself, giving it a big boost to its offensive pressure and letting it work through the likes of Choice Scarf Landorus-Therian. However, if this support isn't necessary then you can opt for Overheat instead to give Mega Charizard Y a single target nuke to remove a single threat that would otherwise live an expected Heat Wave or be protected by Wide Guard. While the offense drop is nasty, the power and slight accuracy it provides over Fire Blast makes it the preferred choice for this role. Protect is eternal.

The choice of nature not only depends on preference, but also team build. Modest is usually preferred to maximized Heat Wave power though, and since it often runs Tailwind or has Trick Room support there's not much lost from dropping the Speed. Running a bulkier Charizard is also perfectly valid especially if paired with Intimidate support, since being able to tank unexpected hits makes Mega Charizard Y even more dangerous.

Other Options

- A well timed Substitute can make Mega Charizard Y a menace to deal with, but making room for it can be difficult and it isn't always fast enough to make good use of it.
- Hidden Power Ice can allow Mega Charizard Y to snipe a Landorus-Therian or Mega Salamence reliably, though this usually means giving up Tailwind or Overheat. This can be worth it if neither move's utility is desired though.
- Landorus-Therian pairs well with everything, but it is also slightly preferred over Incineroar as a teammate here due to avoiding similar type stacking. Not that it's unlikely you'd use both of them anyway though.
- Cresselia appreciates the sun support to make Moonlight more effective for supportive roles and also provides Trick Room support, though keep in mind both of these are walled by Heatran so don't be caught off-guard against it.
- Mega Charizard Y pairs well with Tapu Koko and Tapu Lele, with the former providing great Speed pressure and the former forming a dangerous offensive core that can bust through most of each other's checks.

Countering Mega Charizard

Rocks - Similar to Volcarona, Stealth Rock is a great way to handle Mega Charizard Y if you can keep them up, but aren't always the best answer. Tyranitar is by far one of the best answers next to Latios with its insane special bulk and Sand Stream to negate the damage buff of Drought. However, it must be careful of Focus Blast despite the 70% accuracy. Mega Tyranitar falls in the same area and can beat Mega Charizard Y one on one due to having the slower Mega Evolution, thus canceling the sun which can put an aggressive Charizard player in a tough spot if they go for a Solar Beam for the reliability. Mega Diancie is the next solid answer as with the new Mega mechanics, it will outpace Mega Charizard Y on the Mega Evolution and OHKO it with a Rock STAB while having insane bulk coming before Mega Evolving. However, Mega Diancie does not want to take a Solar Beam so be mindful of switching into it directly.



Locations in Games

Red/Blue/Yellow:
Evolve Charmeleon

Gold/Silver/Crystal:
Trade from Red/Blue/Yellow

Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald:
Trade from FireRed/LeafGreen

FireRed/LeafGreen:
Evolve Charmeleon

Colosseum/XD:
Trade from FireRed/LeafGreen

Diamond/Pearl/Platinum:
Trade from HeartGold/SoulSilver

HeartGold/SoulSilver:
Evolve Charmeleon

Black/White:
Transfer from Generation IV

Black 2/White 2:
Transfer from Generation IV

X/Y:
Evolve Charmeleon

Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire:
Trade from X/Y

Sun/Moon:
Trade from Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon

Ultra Sun/Ultra Moon:
Evolve Charmeleon

Let's Go, Pikachu!/Let's Go, Eevee!:
Route 1, Route 2, Route 3, Route 4, Route 6, Route 7, Route 8, Route 10, Route 11, Route 12, Route 13, Route 14, Route 15, Route 16, Route 17, Route 18, Route 19, Route 21, Route 22, Route 23, Route 24, Route 25

Animé Appearences

Charizard has made a few appearances in the anime. Most notably it has been used by Ash during his Kanto, Johto, Battle Frontier and Unova journeys, and by Kiawe in Alola. Ash's Kalos League opponent Alain also used one.

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25 Primeape Goes Bananas Don't Go Angry Primeape! Pics
46 Attack of the Prehistoric Pokémon Resurrection!? Fossil Pokemon! Pics
56 The Ultimate Test Pokemon League Certification Test!? Pics
58 Riddle Me This Heated Battle in Cinnibar Gym Pics
59 Volcanic Panic Decisive Battle! Cinnabar Gym Pics
64 It's Mr. Mimie Time Mr. Mime and the Pokémon Circus Pics
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P1 Pikachu's Vacation Pikachu's Summer Vacation Pics
81 Friend or Foe Alike Indigo Stadium! VS Richie Pics
83 Pallet Party Panic Pallet Town! Another Departure! Pics
95 Navel Maneuvers Navel Island! Battle on Snow Mountain Pics
100 A Way Off, Day Off It's the Southern Islands! Everyone Gather! Pics
101 The Mandarin Island Miss Match Lorelei of the Elite Four! Ice Duel! Pics
105 Misty Meets Her Match! Trovita Gym Type Battle! 3 vs. 3! Pics
107 Charizard Chills Charizard! I Choose You! Pics
M2 The Power of One Revelation Lugia Pics
110 Pokémon Double Trouble Tag Match! The Last Gym! Pics
113 Hello Pummelo Winner's Cup! 6 vs. 6! Pics
114 Enter The Dragonite Final Battle! Dragonite's Appearance! Pics
119 Dont Touch That 'Dile New Bark Town! Where Winds of New Beginnings Blow! Pics
120 The Double Trouble Header Rookie's Chikorita! Pics
125 Spinarak Attack Spinarak! The Ultimate Detective Job! Pics
128 Chikorita Rescue Stubborn Chikorita!! Pics
132 A Bout With Sprout Pokemon School and Bellsprout's Tower! Pics
133 Fighting Flyer with Fire! Violet Gym! Sky Battle! Pics
135 Tanks Alot Pasture! Sentret & Togepi! Pics
136 Charizard's Burning Ambition Charizard Valley! Until We Meet Again! Pics
M3 The Spell of the Unown The Lord of the Unknown Tower Pics
162 Air Time Radio Tower Battle! Center Crossover!  
171 Beauty and the Breeder Sayonara Vulpix! Beauty Contest! Pics
S2 Mewtwo Returns Mewtwo! I am Here Pics
250 One Trick Phoney! Battle Park! Vs. Blastoise, Charizard and Venusaur! Pics
254 Fangs for Nothin' Blackthorn City Gym's Dragon's Fang! Pics
255 Great Bowls of Fire Dragonite! Invoke the Imperial Wrath! Pics
256 Better Eight Than Never Blackthorn City Gym! The Final Badge! Pics
271 The Ties That Bind Tournament Finals! Full Battle 6 vs 6!! Pics
272 Can't Beat the Heat! Rival Confrontation! Charizard VS Blatoise! Pics
273 Playing with Fire!! Blaziken Returns! Battle with Harrison!! Pics
274 Johto Photo Finish To the End of the Full Battle! Each One's Way!! Pics
279 There's No Place Like Hoenn Petalburg Gym! VS. Vigoroth! Pics
327 Come What May! Vs. Medicham! Contest Battle Pics
338 Disguise Da Limit! Verdanturf Town! Pokémon Contest Pics
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C17 Those Darn Electabuzz! Casey & Charizard! Intensive Fire Training! Pics
405 Shocks and Bonds To The Tournament Finals! Every Day A Heated Battle! Pics
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412 Numero Uno Articuno First Battle! Battle Factory (Part 1) Pics
413 The Symbol Life First Battle! Battle Factory (Part 2)! Pics
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453 Grating Spaces Brock & Ash! Defend Pewter Gym in Tag Battle! Pics
465 Gathering The Gang Of Four! First Pokémon! Last Battle! Pics
466 Pace - The Final Frontier! Deciding Match! VS Regice! Pics
777 Flames of a Red-Hot Reunion! Burn, Charizard! VS Dragonite! Pics
778 Team Plasma's Pokemon Manipulation! Team Plasma's Aspiration! The Manipulated Pokémon!! Pics
780 Meowth, Colress and Team Rivalry! Team Rocket VS Team Plasma! Meowth and Colress!! Pics
782 Team Plasma and the Awakening Ceremony! Team Plasma Strikes! The Ressurection Ritual!! Pics
783 What Lies Beyond Truth and Ideals! Reshiram VS N! Beyond Ideals and Truth!! Pics
785 Danger, Sweet as Honey! Sweet Honeymitsu is Filled with Danger! Pics
790 The Pirates of Decolore! The Pirate King of the Decolore Archipelago! Pics
792 The Path That Leads to Goodbye! Ash and Iris Break It Off!? Highway to Separation!! Pics
M16 Genesect & The Legend Awakened Extremespeed Genesect: Mewtwo Awakens Pics
796 Mystery on a Deserted Island! The Mystery of the Treasure! Adventure on an Uninhabited Island!! Pics
797 A Pokémon of a Different Color! Clair & Iris! The Shiny Druddigon!! Pics
800 Team Rocket's Shocking Recruit! Emolga Joins Team Rocket!? Pics
802 Best Wishes Until We Meet Again! Best Wishes! Until The Day We Meet Again!! Pics
803 Dream Continues! My Dream: Pokémon Master! Pics
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909 A Meeting of Two Journeys The Strongest Mega Battle! Greninja VS Mega Charizard!! Pics
910 An Explosive Operation The Explosive Land's Wrath! Operation: Capture Zygarde!! Pics
919 The Synchronicity Test! Ash and Alain! Greninja VS Mega Charizard Once Again!! Pics
921 Championing a Research Battle! Ash VS Champion Diantha! VS Mega Gardevoir!! Pics
926 A Diamond in the Rough! Find Carbink! Goodra and Dedenne!! Pics
928 A League of His Own! The Kalos League Begins! Mega Charizard Showdown: X VS Y!! Pics
929 Valuable Experience for All! Mega Sceptile VS Raichu! I Received Some EXP!! Pics
M19 Volcanion and the Mechanical Marvel Volcanion & The Ingenious Magearna Pics
930 Analysis Versus Passion! Semifinal Full Battle! Ash VS Sawyer!! Pics
932 Kalos League Passion With a Certain Flare! Fierce Fighting at the Kalos League! Gather, All of My Passion!! Pics
933 Finals Not for the Faint-Hearted! The Finals! Ash VS Alain!! Pics
934 Down to the Fiery Finish Kalos League Victory! Ash's Ultimate Match!! Pics
935 A Towering Takeover! Team Flare Attacks! The Zygarde at the Prism Tower!! Pics
936 Coming Apart at the Dreams! The Shocking Zygarde VS Zygarde! The Breaking World!! Pics
937 The Right Hero for the Right Job! Attack on Lumiose Gym! The Clembot Forever!! Pics
938 Rocking Kalos Defenses! The Megalith Advances! A Fight to Protect Kalos!! Pics
939 Forming a More Perfect Union! Zygarde Fights Back! The Final Battle for Kalos!! Pics
940 Battling With a Clean Slate! We Start at Zero! Clemont's Decision!! Pics
943 Till We Compete Again A Zero With No End! Till the Day We Meet Again!! Pics
944 Alola to New Adventure! Alola! New Islands, New Pokémon!! Pics
950 That's Why Litten is a Scamp! The Marketplace Wanderer, Litten! Pics
951 Lillie's Egg-xhilarating Challenge! Who's in Charge of the Egg? Pics
953 Trial and Tribulation Will the Z-Move Work?! Challenging the Grand Trial!! Pics
954 Young Kiawe Had a Farm Ash Visits Kiawe! Pics
957 Getting to Know You! The Fruit of Courage: Lillie and Vulpix! Pics
961 A Seasoned Search! For Real?! Mallow's Cooking Operation! Pics
963 Partner Promises! The Promise Between Ash and Pikachu!! Pics
965 A Shivering Shovel Search! Beware of Shovels!! Pics
968 A Team-on-Team Tussle! The Fight Over the Crystal! Team Rocket VS Team Skull!! Pics
969 So Long, Sophocles! Farewell, Sophocles! Pics
973 The Ol' Raise and Switch Lillie, Take Good Care of Pikachu Pics
974 The Island Whisperer! Enter Olivia! Cry and Laugh, Island Queen!! Pics
975 Treasure Hunt, Akala Style! We Found a Treasure! Stoutland Search!! Pics
M20 Pokémon I Choose You! Pokémon I Choose You! Pics
980 Rising from the Ruins! Rockruff and the Guardian Diety of the Ruins of Life! Pics
981 Mimikyu Unmasked Mimikyu's Disguise! Pics
985 Alola, Kanto An Alola! in Kanto! Brock & Misty! Pics
988 Now You See Them, Now You Don't! Nebby's Panic! The Teleport Happened Suddenly!! Pics
998 The Professors' New Adventure! Thank You, Solgaleo! You are Our Nebby!! Pics
1003 Getting a Jump on the Competition! Lillie is Soaring Through The Air! The PokéSled Jump Tournament! Pics
1004 A Mission of Ultra Urgency! Set Off! You Are Our Ultra Guardians!! Pics
1012 Rise and Shine, Starship! Shine On, Starship Celesteela! Pics
1013 The Young Flame Strikes Back! Protect the Farm! The Blue Flame Strikes Back!! Pics
1015 Sours for the Sweet! Ta-Dough! Burn with Passion, Mallow's Family! Pics
1021 Twirling with a Bang! Ultra Beast Clash! Operation: Boom Boom Crackle!! Pics
1026 Dummy, You Shrunk the Kids! Ash Becomes Tiny Pics
1028 The Long Vault Home! Leap 'n' Climb: Stakataka! Pics
1029 I Choose Paradise! I Choose Here! The Pokémon Steam Paradise!! Pics
1030 Filling the Light with Darkness! Crisis in Alola! The Darkness that Eats Radiance!! Pics
1031 Full Moon and Many Arms! Lunala VS UB: BLACK! A Battle at Full Moon!! Pics
1032 The Prism Between Light and Darkness! A Prism of Light and Darkness: Its name is Necrozma! Pics
1033 Securing the Future! Connect to the Future! The Legend of the Blinding One!! Pics
1038 Sparking Confusion! Wela Volcano: The Golem, the Graveler and the Hikers! Pics
1042 We Know Where You're Going, Eevee! Where is Eevee Going? To the End of the World for the Sake of a Meeting! Pics
1046 Heart of Fire! Heart of Stone! A Passionate Heart That Smashes Even Rocks! Olivia and Brock!! Pics
1049 Evolving Research! We Have the Sea and We Have Valleys! Pokémon Evolution Training!! Pics
1050 Run Heroes Run! Run, Kiawe! Surpass Yourself!! Pics
1055 Got Meltan? A New Species Has Been Discovered! I Got a Meltan!! Pics
1057 Beauty is Only Crystal Deep! Beauty and the Meowth Pics
1064 A Recipe for Success! Mallow's Valiant Effort! The Forest Pokémon Café!! Pics
1066 A Fiery Training Camp Trick! Master the Z-Move! Kiawe's Fierce Boot Camp!! Pics
1067 Living on the Cutting Edge! Perfect Sharpness! Kartana has Arrived! Pics
1076 TBC A Birdacious Battle! Brave Bird VS Sky Attack!! Pics
1077 TBC Everyone's Fully Powered! The Road to the Semifinals!! Pics
1078 TBC The Semifinals! Kiawe VS Gladion! Pics
1080 TBC Guzma the Undefeated! Pics
1081 TBC The Finals! The Ultimate Rival Showdown!! Pics
1082 TBC He's Born! The Alolan League Winner! Pics
1083 TBC Guzzlord Attacks! Decisive Z-Move Battle!! Pics
1084 TBC Final Battle! Ash VS Kukui!! Pics
1085 TBC Burn with Passion! Get Filled with Intensity! A Full Battle!!! Pics
1086 TBC Conclusion! Incineroar VS Torracat!! Pics
1087 TBC The Greatest Z in Alola! Tapu Koko VS Pikachu! Pics