Bianca's Emboar

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Bianca's Pignite
ベルのチャオブー Bel's Chaoboo
Poké Ball
Bianca Pignite.png
Bianca's Pignite
Debuts in BW013
Caught at Nuvema Town
Evolves in Prior to BW013
Gender Male
Ability Unknown
Current location With Bianca
Tepig Pignite
This Pokémon spent an unknown number of episodes as Tepig.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Tepig Not Shown
As Pignite Akeno Watanabe N/A

Bianca's Pignite (Japanese: ベルのチャオブー Bel's Chaoboo) is the Pokémon Bianca started with in the anime.


Bianca attempted to use Pignite to capture a wild Minccino that had stolen the dirty badge case that she had given to Ash. He attacks with an impressive Flame Charge attack but Minccino manages to escape it. Though he had overwhelming power, he was taken down by Minccino with a combination of Hyper Voice and Tickle.

Bianca later used Pignite to battle Ash's Pikachu. He managed to catch Pikachu off guard by rushing it with Take Down followed by a powerful Heat Crash attack. Despite him having the upper hand at first, the Fire Pig Pokémon was taken down by Pikachu's Volt Tackle.

Bianca used Pignite to help track down an Emolga that she wanted to capture in BW027. Unfortunately, he ended up making a wild Scolipede angry when he attacked it with Flamethrower. She used him again in BW028 where he battled Iris's Emolga who infatuated him with Attract. Later when Emolga brought out Ash's Snivy with Volt Switch he countinued his battle agaist her instead.

Moves used

Using Flamethrower
Move First Used In
Tackle BW013
Flame Charge BW013
Take Down BW013
Heat Crash BW013
Flamethrower BW027
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

Related articles

For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Tepig and Pignite.