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Some notable Fire trainers include [[Blaine]] of [[Cinnabar Island]], [[Flannery]] of [[Lavaridge Town]], and [[Flint (game)|Flint]] of the [[Sinnoh]] [[Elite Four]].
Some notable Fire trainers include [[Blaine]] of [[Cinnabar Island]], [[Flannery]] of [[Lavaridge Town]], and [[Flint (Elite Four)|Flint]] of the [[Sinnoh]] [[Elite Four]].
==Statistical Averages==
==Statistical Averages==

Revision as of 21:46, 5 April 2007

Template:ElementalTypes Template:TypeNotice Some notable Fire trainers include Blaine of Cinnabar Island, Flannery of Lavaridge Town, and Flint of the Sinnoh Elite Four.

Statistical Averages

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
124 - 171 238 - 332
77 - 146 150 - 287
62 - 127 119 - 249
81 - 151 159 - 298
69 - 136 134 - 267
69 - 136 134 - 267
Other Pokémon with this total
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and (if applicable) a hindering nature.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and (if applicable) a helpful nature.

Battle Properties

Fire-type attacks:

Fire-type Pokémon:


Fire is a very poor type defensively. Ground, Rock, and Water attacks are all very common, while most of the Fire type's resistances are of little use. Fire-type Pokémon will not survive very long in battle; they must deal damage quickly in order to earn their slot on a team.

Offensively, Fire is much more useful. The ability to deal super-effective damage to Steel-type Pokémon is very useful for Physical Pokémon, as many Steel-type Pokémon typically have high defense but a low special defense and would have little trouble with any physical moves thrown at them. However, Fire is not a good type to rely on as a primary source of damage.


Pure Fire-type Pokémon

Half Fire-type Pokémon

Primary Fire-type Pokémon

Secondary Fire-type Pokémon


Damage-dealing moves

Non-damaging moves

In other languages

  • Japanese: ほのお honō
  • French: feu
  • German: Feuer
  • Italian: fuoco
  • Spanish: fuego
  • Dutch: vuur
  • Portuguese: fogo
  • Russian: Огненный
  • Hebrew: אש esh
  • Swedish: eld
  • Danish: ild
  • Norwegian: ild
  • Finnish: tuli
  • Polish: ognisty
  • Hungarian: tűz
  • Catalan: foc
  • Arabic: ناري