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Latest revision as of 15:45, October 28, 2013

Burn, also known as Burned, abbreviated to BRN is a Status Effect.

Main Series Edit

Generation I Edit

The Pokémon Burned will lose 1/16 of full HP each turn. The Attack of the Pokémon will also be halved. If a Pokémon's Attack is modified somehow, the game will ignore the halved attack.

A skull and crossbones appears over the Pokémon when losing health.

Generation II Edit

The Pokémon now loses 1/8 of the total health. Attack is also halved like before.

A flame appear under the Burned Pokémon.

Generation III Edit

Same as in Generation II.

A flame appears under the Burned Pokémon.

Generation IV Edit

Same as Generation II.

A flame appears under the Burned Pokémon.

Generation V Edit

Same as in Generation II.

A flame appears on the head and torso of the Pokémon. The Pokémon has a red tint in battle.

Causes Edit

Moves Edit

  • Ember - 10% chance of Burning.
  • Scald - 30% chance of Burning.

Abilities Edit

  • Flame Body - Causes a Burn when a physical move makes contact.

Items Edit

  • Flame Orb will burn the Pokémon holding it at the end of the turn.

Cures, Immunity, and Prevention Edit

Items Edit

  • Burn Heal
  • Full Heal
  • Full Restore
  • Old Gateau
  • Casteliastone
  • Heal Powder
  • Sacred Ash
  • Lava Cookie
  • Ice Berry
  • Kuo Berry
  • Rawst Berry
  • Lum Berry
  • Miracle Berry

Moves Edit

Abilities Edit

  • Natural Cure
  • Shed Skin
  • Hydration
  • Healer
  • Leaf Guard
  • Heatproof
  • Water Veil
  • Magic Guard

Types Edit

  • Fire-type Pokémon cannot be burned, unless their type is changed.

Console Series Edit

Pokémon Stadium Edit

The Pokémon Burned will lose 1/16 of full HP each turn. The Attack of the Pokémon will also be halved.

Pokémon Stadium 2 Edit

The Pokémon Burned will lose 1/8 of full HP each turn. The Attack of the Pokémon will also be halved.

Pokémon Battle Revolution Edit

The Pokémon Burned will lose 1/8 of full HP each turn. The Attack of the Pokémon will also be halved.

Side Games Edit

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series Edit

When Burned, the Pokémon will lose 5 HP for the next 20 turns, and its attack will be halved. They can also be Burned by ways other than moves. They can be Burned through a Lava tile, if they are not Fire-Type or have Levitate and do not have All Terrain Walker. Burns can also be healed by stepping on a Water Tile.

Certain Items can also be used to burn opponents.

Pokémon Ranger Edit

Burn is a field move in this game.

My Pokémon Ranch Edit

A toy known as "Bonfire" can burn Pokémon and Mii's. Fire-type Pokémon cannot be burned, though.

Anime Edit

  • In Going, Going, Yawn, Ash's Treecko is burned by Flannery's Slugma's during a gym battle.
  • During Evolving Strategies!, during a battle in which Ash's Pikachu was burned when using a Quick Attack against Paul's Magmortar due to its Flame Body ability.
  • While Barry's Hitmonlee was fighting Paul's Ursaring during their battle at the Lily of the Valley Conference in the episode Casting a Paul on Barry! Hitmonlee managed to hit Ursaring with its Blaze Kick causing a burn; however this also activated Ursaring's ability, Guts causing a swift defeat to Hitmonlee.
  • In Familiarity Breeds Strategy! during the full battle between Ash and Paul at the Lily of the Valley Conference, Ash's Infernape managed to burn Paul's Aggron using Flare Blitz.
  • During the conclusion of the full battle between Ash and Paul at the Lily of the Valley Conference in Battling a Thaw in Relations!, Ash's Gliscor manages to burn Paul's Drapion with its Fire Fang, causing it to faint due to the previous damage it had already sustained.

Manga Edit

Pokémon Adventures Edit

In Chapter 247: VS. Kyogre & Groudon, Brawly's Machoke is Burned by Illusions created by Mack's Slugma.

Ginji's Rescue Team Edit

In Chapter 2: I Want to be Human Again!, Ginji and Mudkip find a Xatu predicting the future. To get his attention, Ginji uses Flamethrower, Burning it.

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