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Incineroar was first seen on television at the [[Battle Royal Dome]] in ''[[SM063|Pushing the Fiery Envelope!]]'' alongside the {{an|Professor Kukui|Masked Royal}}. They had successfully won nineteen battles and were aiming to win the twentieth. They won by defeating a {{p|Machamp}}, {{p|Primarina}}, and a {{p|Decidueye}} that belonged to three [[Battle Royal Trainers]]. After the match, the Masked Royal invited people to take part in a battle tomorrow. The next day, the Masked Royal and Incineroar took the stage, where it was approached by [[Ash's Litten]], who'd taken an interest in Incineroar. Ash apologized for interrupting and was invited to take part in a match alongside {{an|Kiawe}} and {{an|Sophocles}}. Incineroar went up against Litten, {{TP|Kiawe|Marowak}}, and {{TP|Sophocles|Charjabug}}. After withstanding several attacks, it attacked all three with {{m|Darkest Lariat}}, defeating Marowak and Charjabug. The battle continued against Litten, but it was eventually defeated.
 
Incineroar was first seen on television at the [[Battle Royal Dome]] in ''[[SM063|Pushing the Fiery Envelope!]]'' alongside the {{an|Professor Kukui|Masked Royal}}. They had successfully won nineteen battles and were aiming to win the twentieth. They won by defeating a {{p|Machamp}}, {{p|Primarina}}, and a {{p|Decidueye}} that belonged to three [[Battle Royal Trainers]]. After the match, the Masked Royal invited people to take part in a battle tomorrow. The next day, the Masked Royal and Incineroar took the stage, where it was approached by [[Ash's Litten]], who'd taken an interest in Incineroar. Ash apologized for interrupting and was invited to take part in a match alongside {{an|Kiawe}} and {{an|Sophocles}}. Incineroar went up against Litten, {{TP|Kiawe|Marowak}}, and {{TP|Sophocles|Charjabug}}. After withstanding several attacks, it attacked all three with {{m|Darkest Lariat}}, defeating Marowak and Charjabug. The battle continued against Litten, but it was eventually defeated.
   
The next day, Professor Kukui, after seeing Ash and Litten training to use {{m|Flame Charge}}, showed up as the Masked Royal with Incineroar. They had a battle where Litten struggled to use Flame Charge, before evolving into {{p|Torracat}}. The battle continued but despite Torracat mastering Flame Charge, Incineroar came out victorious. After the match, the Masked Royal declared Incineroar and Torracat rivals.
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The next day, Professor Kukui, after seeing Ash and Litten training to use {{m|Flame Charge}}, showed up as the Masked Royal with Incineroar. They had a battle where Litten struggled to use Flame Charge, before [[Evolution|evolving]] into {{p|Torracat}}. The battle continued but despite Torracat mastering Flame Charge, Incineroar came out victorious. After the match, the Masked Royal declared Incineroar and Torracat rivals.
   
 
Incineroar reappeared in [[SM081]], where it took part in a battle against [[Mr. Elec]] and his {{p|Electivire}}. Despite Mr. Elec cheating, Incineroar held its own until it was attacked by other members of the [[Revengers]]. The cheating resulted in Mr. Elec being disqualified but the Masked Royal and Incineroar were challenged to another match the following day. The next day they got to the ring just in time, but before the match could begin, Incineroar found itself under attack by the Revengers {{p|Poliwrath}}, {{alo|Muk}}, and {{alo|Golem}}. Annoyed by their cheating, Ash and Torracat teamed up with the Masked Royal and Incineroar but were confronted by [[Viren]], the leader of the Revengers. Viren planned to buy the Battle Royal Dome for it to become a part of the Rainbow Happy Resorts. A tag battle ensued with Ash and Masked Royal going up against Mr. Elec and [[Mad Boober]] and their Electivire and {{p|Magmortar}}. Despite more cheating from the Revengers, they came out on top. Viren, not willing to give up just yet sent out his {{p|Pangoro}} but a combo move from Torracat and Incineroar sent them flying.
 
Incineroar reappeared in [[SM081]], where it took part in a battle against [[Mr. Elec]] and his {{p|Electivire}}. Despite Mr. Elec cheating, Incineroar held its own until it was attacked by other members of the [[Revengers]]. The cheating resulted in Mr. Elec being disqualified but the Masked Royal and Incineroar were challenged to another match the following day. The next day they got to the ring just in time, but before the match could begin, Incineroar found itself under attack by the Revengers {{p|Poliwrath}}, {{alo|Muk}}, and {{alo|Golem}}. Annoyed by their cheating, Ash and Torracat teamed up with the Masked Royal and Incineroar but were confronted by [[Viren]], the leader of the Revengers. Viren planned to buy the Battle Royal Dome for it to become a part of the Rainbow Happy Resorts. A tag battle ensued with Ash and Masked Royal going up against Mr. Elec and [[Mad Boober]] and their Electivire and {{p|Magmortar}}. Despite more cheating from the Revengers, they came out on top. Viren, not willing to give up just yet sent out his {{p|Pangoro}} but a combo move from Torracat and Incineroar sent them flying.
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==In the games==
 
==In the games==
If the {{player}} chose {{p|Rowlet}}, Professor Kukui will use an Incineroar against them during {{al|Pokémon League}} battles in every game he appears in. Incineroar is also included in Kukui's pool of Pokémon for the [[Battle Tree]] in [[Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon]], regardless of the player's {{pkmn2|starter}} choice.
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If the {{player}} chose {{p|Rowlet}}, [[Professor Kukui]] will use an Incineroar against them during {{al|Pokémon League}} battles in every game he appears in. Incineroar is also included in Kukui's pool of Pokémon for the [[Battle Tree]] in [[Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon]], regardless of the player's {{pkmn2|starter}} choice.
   
 
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Professor Kukui's Incineroar
ククイ博士のガオガエン Dr. Kukui's Gaogaen
Poké Ball
Kukui Incineroar.png
Professor Kukui's Incineroar
Debuts in Pushing the Fiery Envelope!
Caught at Alola
Gender Male[1]
Ability Blaze[2]
Current location With Professor Kukui
Incineroar
This Pokémon is fully evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Incineroar Toru Sakurai Unknown

Professor Kukui's Incineroar (Japanese: ククイ博士のガオガエン Dr. Kukui's Gaogaen), commonly known as the Masked Royal's Incineroar (Japanese: ロイヤルマスクのガオガエン Royal Mask's Gaogaen), is a Pokémon owned by Professor Kukui in the anime and the games. In the anime, Professor Kukui uses it under the alias of the Masked Royal.

History

Incineroar and the Masked Royal

Incineroar was first seen on television at the Battle Royal Dome in Pushing the Fiery Envelope! alongside the Masked Royal. They had successfully won nineteen battles and were aiming to win the twentieth. They won by defeating a Machamp, Primarina, and a Decidueye that belonged to three Battle Royal Trainers. After the match, the Masked Royal invited people to take part in a battle tomorrow. The next day, the Masked Royal and Incineroar took the stage, where it was approached by Ash's Litten, who'd taken an interest in Incineroar. Ash apologized for interrupting and was invited to take part in a match alongside Kiawe and Sophocles. Incineroar went up against Litten, Marowak, and Charjabug. After withstanding several attacks, it attacked all three with Darkest Lariat, defeating Marowak and Charjabug. The battle continued against Litten, but it was eventually defeated.

The next day, Professor Kukui, after seeing Ash and Litten training to use Flame Charge, showed up as the Masked Royal with Incineroar. They had a battle where Litten struggled to use Flame Charge, before evolving into Torracat. The battle continued but despite Torracat mastering Flame Charge, Incineroar came out victorious. After the match, the Masked Royal declared Incineroar and Torracat rivals.

Incineroar reappeared in SM081, where it took part in a battle against Mr. Elec and his Electivire. Despite Mr. Elec cheating, Incineroar held its own until it was attacked by other members of the Revengers. The cheating resulted in Mr. Elec being disqualified but the Masked Royal and Incineroar were challenged to another match the following day. The next day they got to the ring just in time, but before the match could begin, Incineroar found itself under attack by the Revengers Poliwrath, Alolan Muk, and Alolan Golem. Annoyed by their cheating, Ash and Torracat teamed up with the Masked Royal and Incineroar but were confronted by Viren, the leader of the Revengers. Viren planned to buy the Battle Royal Dome for it to become a part of the Rainbow Happy Resorts. A tag battle ensued with Ash and Masked Royal going up against Mr. Elec and Mad Boober and their Electivire and Magmortar. Despite more cheating from the Revengers, they came out on top. Viren, not willing to give up just yet sent out his Pangoro but a combo move from Torracat and Incineroar sent them flying.

Incineroar reappeared in SM090, where Kukui sent it out to battle Gozu, where it swiftly defeated his Mega Aggron with Malicious Moonsault. Afterwards, it joined the rest of Alola in showering Necrozma with light so it could return to its true form.

Personality and characteristics

Incineroar is shown to be a tough Pokémon, managing to withstand several attacks at once, and even being able to defeat several Pokémon with a single move. It is charismatic as well, easily winning over a crowd with its powerful and elegant moves. Incineroar's strength was shown once again in SM090, where it was able to defeeat Gozu's Mega Aggron, a Pokémon that had just defeated three other Pokémon with a single move.

Moves used

Kukui Incineroar Throat Chop.png
Using Throat Chop
Move First Used In
Darkest Lariat Pushing the Fiery Envelope!
Bulk Up Pushing the Fiery Envelope!
Throat Chop Pushing the Fiery Envelope!
Cross Chop Pushing the Fiery Envelope!
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

Z-Moves used

Picture Z-Move First Used In Base Move
Kukui Incineroar Malicious Moonsault.png Malicious Moonsault Pushing the Fiery Envelope! Darkest Lariat
Description: Incineroar strikes a series of synchronized poses with its Trainer to build Z-Power. Its body then becomes surrounded in yellow-orange fire and it jumps into the air, landing chest-first onto the opponent and causing a big explosion.

In the games

If the player chose Rowlet, Professor Kukui will use an Incineroar against them during Pokémon League battles in every game he appears in. Incineroar is also included in Kukui's pool of Pokémon for the Battle Tree in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, regardless of the player's starter choice.

Pokémon Sun, Moon,
Ultra Sun, and Ultra Moon
Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon
Pokémon League Battle Tree
727Incineroar.png
Types:
Fire Dark
Ability:
Blaze
Held item:
Bag Firium Z Sprite.png Firium Z
Incineroar Lv.58/65/68
Flare Blitz
Fire Physical
Darkest Lariat
Dark Physical
Outrage
Dragon Physical
Cross Chop
Fighting Physical
727Incineroar.png
Types:
Fire Dark
Ability:
Blaze or Intimidate
Held item:
Bag Firium Z Sprite.png Firium Z
Incineroar/ Lv.50
Darkest Lariat
Dark Physical
Throat Chop
Dark Physical
Earthquake
Ground Physical
Flare Blitz
Fire Physical
727Incineroar.png
Types:
Fire Dark
Ability:
Blaze or Intimidate
Held item:
Bag Quick Claw Sprite.png Quick Claw
Incineroar/ Lv.50
Flare Blitz
Fire Physical
Cross Chop
Fighting Physical
Crunch
Dark Physical
U-turn
Bug Physical

Related articles

  • For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Incineroar.

Notes

  1. In the games only. Randomized in the Battle Tree.
  2. In the games only. Can be Intimidate when fought in the Battle Tree.



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