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Fire Blast (Japanese: だいもんじ Daimonji) is a damage-dealing Template:Type2 move introduced in Generation I. Its Japanese name, Daimonji, refers to Gozan no Okuribi.
Fire Blast inflicts damage and has a 30% chance of burning the target. Fire Blast cannot burn the target if it has a Substitute or already has a major status ailment.
Generation II and on
The effects of Fire Blast are the same as Generation I; however, there is a 10% chance of burning the target instead.
In other games
Charizard uses Fire Blast as part of Pokémon Trainer's Final Smash; Triple Finish.
In the anime
In the manga
| The user fires a powerful blast of fire at the opponent.
|| First Chapter Used In
|| Ninetales raises its tails and a small fire ball appears at the tip of each tail. The fire then spreads and covers its body in flames. Ninetales then fires the fire at the opponent, which surrounds them. When the fire is surrounding the opponent, it is star-shaped. The heat causes the opponent to shoot into the air.
| Blue's Ninetales
|| A Charizard... and a Champion
- In Generation I, Fire Blast was the only Template:Type2 move that could be taught by TM.
In other languages
- Dutch: Vuurschot
- Finnish: Tulirynnäkkö
- French: Déflagration
- German: Feuersturm
- Greek: Πύρινη Λαίλαπα
- Italian: Fuocobomba
- Spanish: Llamarada
- Brazilian Portuguese: Explosão de Fogo
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