quilava

n°156

fire

Generation n°

2

Strong Against:

grass
ice
Bug
steel

Weak Against:

water
ground
rock

Base Stats:

64

Atk

58

HP

58

Def

80

SpA

58

SpD

80

Spe

Abilities:

Blaze
Flash-fire

quilava

n°156

fire

Generation n°

2

Strong Against:

grass
ice
Bug
steel

Weak Against:

water
ground
rock

Base Stats:

64

Atk

58

HP

58

Def

80

SpA

58

SpD

80

Spe

Abilities:

Blaze

When this Pokémon has 1/3 or less of its HP remaining, its fire-type moves inflict 1.5× as much regular damage.

Flash-fire

This Pokémon is immune to fire-type moves. Once this Pokémon has been hit by a Fire move, its own Fire moves will inflict 1.5× as much damage until it leaves battle. This ability has no effect while the Pokémon is frozen. The Fire damage bonus is retained even if the Pokémon is frozen and thawed or the ability is lost or disabled. Fire moves will ignore this Pokémon's substitute. This ability takes effect even on non-damaging moves, i.e. will o wisp.

quilava

n°156

fire

Generation n°

2

Strong Against:

grass
ice
Bug
steel

Weak Against:

water
ground
rock

Base Stats:

64

Atk

58

HP

58

Def

80

SpA

58

SpD

80

Spe

Abilities:

Blaze

When this Pokémon has 1/3 or less of its HP remaining, its fire-type moves inflict 1.5× as much regular damage.

Flash-fire

This Pokémon is immune to fire-type moves. Once this Pokémon has been hit by a Fire move, its own Fire moves will inflict 1.5× as much damage until it leaves battle. This ability has no effect while the Pokémon is frozen. The Fire damage bonus is retained even if the Pokémon is frozen and thawed or the ability is lost or disabled. Fire moves will ignore this Pokémon's substitute. This ability takes effect even on non-damaging moves, i.e. will o wisp.

quilava

n°156

fire

Generation n°

2

Strong Against:

grass
ice
Bug
steel

Weak Against:

water
ground
rock

Base Stats:

64

Atk

58

HP

58

Def

80

SpA

58

SpD

80

Spe

Abilities:

Blaze
Flash-fire

Description:

Quilava is a Generation II, Fire-type Pokémon originating from the renowned franchise. Its classification is the "Volcano Pokémon" and it falls under the National Pokedex Number 156. Quilava is the evolved version of Cyndaquil and precedes Typhlosion in its evolution line. Boasting a slender, ferret-like body, Quilava is covered in flames that are often more intense than its predecessor, Cyndaquil. This bluish flame not only symbolizes its fire-based abilities but also depicts its power and battle-readiness. When feeling threatened, Quilava increases the intensity of these flames, making its fur seem as if it's enveloped in a raging inferno. Quilava projects fire from its back in battle, and its fiercest attack maneuvers often involve this flame-throwing ability. The flames are also said to be hotter near this Pokémon's heart. Lastly, Quilava has a high-speed stat, making it a swift, agile, and tactical fighter in Pokémon battles. It evolves from Cyndaquil starting at level 14 and evolves into Typhlosion starting at level 36.

FAQ:

What is quilava weak to?

quilava is weak to water , ground , rock

What is quilava weak to?

quilava is weak to water , ground , rock

What type of Pokemon is quilava ?

quilava is a fire type Pokemon

Whos is Pokemon #156 ?

quilava is the Pokemon

Description:

Quilava is a Generation II, Fire-type Pokémon originating from the renowned franchise. Its classification is the "Volcano Pokémon" and it falls under the National Pokedex Number 156. Quilava is the evolved version of Cyndaquil and precedes Typhlosion in its evolution line. Boasting a slender, ferret-like body, Quilava is covered in flames that are often more intense than its predecessor, Cyndaquil. This bluish flame not only symbolizes its fire-based abilities but also depicts its power and battle-readiness. When feeling threatened, Quilava increases the intensity of these flames, making its fur seem as if it's enveloped in a raging inferno. Quilava projects fire from its back in battle, and its fiercest attack maneuvers often involve this flame-throwing ability. The flames are also said to be hotter near this Pokémon's heart. Lastly, Quilava has a high-speed stat, making it a swift, agile, and tactical fighter in Pokémon battles. It evolves from Cyndaquil starting at level 14 and evolves into Typhlosion starting at level 36.

FAQ:

What is quilava weak to?

quilava is weak to water , ground , rock

What is quilava weak to?

quilava is weak to water , ground , rock

What type of Pokemon is quilava ?

quilava is a fire type Pokemon

Whos is Pokemon #156 ?

quilava is the Pokemon

Description:

Quilava is a Generation II, Fire-type Pokémon originating from the renowned franchise. Its classification is the "Volcano Pokémon" and it falls under the National Pokedex Number 156. Quilava is the evolved version of Cyndaquil and precedes Typhlosion in its evolution line. Boasting a slender, ferret-like body, Quilava is covered in flames that are often more intense than its predecessor, Cyndaquil. This bluish flame not only symbolizes its fire-based abilities but also depicts its power and battle-readiness. When feeling threatened, Quilava increases the intensity of these flames, making its fur seem as if it's enveloped in a raging inferno. Quilava projects fire from its back in battle, and its fiercest attack maneuvers often involve this flame-throwing ability. The flames are also said to be hotter near this Pokémon's heart. Lastly, Quilava has a high-speed stat, making it a swift, agile, and tactical fighter in Pokémon battles. It evolves from Cyndaquil starting at level 14 and evolves into Typhlosion starting at level 36.

FAQ:

What is quilava weak to?

quilava is weak to water , ground , rock

What is quilava weak to?

quilava is weak to water , ground , rock

What type of Pokemon is quilava ?

quilava is a fire type Pokemon

Whos is Pokemon #156 ?

quilava is the Pokemon

Description:

Quilava is a Generation II, Fire-type Pokémon originating from the renowned franchise. Its classification is the "Volcano Pokémon" and it falls under the National Pokedex Number 156. Quilava is the evolved version of Cyndaquil and precedes Typhlosion in its evolution line. Boasting a slender, ferret-like body, Quilava is covered in flames that are often more intense than its predecessor, Cyndaquil. This bluish flame not only symbolizes its fire-based abilities but also depicts its power and battle-readiness. When feeling threatened, Quilava increases the intensity of these flames, making its fur seem as if it's enveloped in a raging inferno. Quilava projects fire from its back in battle, and its fiercest attack maneuvers often involve this flame-throwing ability. The flames are also said to be hotter near this Pokémon's heart. Lastly, Quilava has a high-speed stat, making it a swift, agile, and tactical fighter in Pokémon battles. It evolves from Cyndaquil starting at level 14 and evolves into Typhlosion starting at level 36.

FAQ:

What is quilava weak to?

quilava is weak to water , ground , rock

What is quilava weak to?

quilava is weak to water , ground , rock

What type of Pokemon is quilava ?

quilava is a fire type Pokemon

Whos is Pokemon #156 ?

quilava is the Pokemon