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{{Move Infobox
 
{{Move Infobox
 
|japanese=だいもんじ Daimonji
 
|japanese=だいもんじ Daimonji
|image=Fire Blast.jpg
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|image=Fire Blast.gif
 
|generation=I
 
|generation=I
 
|type=Fire
 
|type=Fire
 
|category=Special
 
|category=Special
|power=120
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|power=110
|accuracy=80%
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|accuracy=85%
 
|pp=5<span class="explain" title="Max. 8">*</span>
 
|pp=5<span class="explain" title="Max. 8">*</span>
 
|affects=Selected target
 
|affects=Selected target
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|contesttype=Beauty
 
|contesttype=Beauty
 
|appeal=4
 
|appeal=4
|secondary = May Cause [[Status effects|Burn]]
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|secondary = May Cause [[Status effects|Burn]]}}
}}'''Fire Blast''' is a {{Type|Fire}}-[[Types|type]] [[move]] that has a 10% chance of causing a burn. It is Charizard's Final Smash in [[Super Smash Bros. Brawl]].
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'''Fire Blast''' is a {{Type|Fire}}-[[Types|type]] [[move]] that has a 10% chance of causing a burn. It is Charizard's Final Smash in [[Super Smash Bros. Brawl]].
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==Elemental Group==
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It was one of nine elemental moves that do the same damage, 120 HP, until Fire Blast's power was changed to 110 in Generation 6. These moves consisted of Fire Blast, [[Blizzard]], [[Hydro Pump]], [[Gunk Shot]], [[Focus Blast]], [[Hurricane]], [[Zap Cannon]], [[Power Whip]] and [[Megahorn]].
   
 
==Stats==
 
==Stats==
 
*Location - [[Silph Co.]] and [[Cinnabar Island]] Gym (After beating [[Blaine]])
 
*Location - [[Silph Co.]] and [[Cinnabar Island]] Gym (After beating [[Blaine]])
 
*Description - A powerful {{Type|Fire}}-type move with a chance of burning the opponent.
 
*Description - A powerful {{Type|Fire}}-type move with a chance of burning the opponent.
*You can obtain this move by buying it at the most of the shops in every region, or by leveling up your pokemon.
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*You can obtain this move by buying it at the most of the shops in every region, or by leveling up your Pokémon.
 
*The shape created when this move is used, as seen in the picture on this page, is based on the Japanese kanji character for "fire" (<span style="font-weight: normal">火).</span>
 
*The shape created when this move is used, as seen in the picture on this page, is based on the Japanese kanji character for "fire" (<span style="font-weight: normal">火).</span>
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==Gallery==
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<gallery>
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Blaine's Magmar Fire Blast.jpg
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Gary Magmar Fire Blast.png
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Virgil Flareon Fire Blast.png
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Chili Pansear Fire Blast.png
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Black_Belt_Zangoose_Fire_Blast.png
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Red Charizard Fire Blast PO.png
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Red Mega Charizard X Fire Blast PO.png
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Entei Fire Blast-1-.png
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Harley Octillery Fire Blast.png
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Moria Talonflame Fire Blast.png
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Aria Braixen Fire Blast.png
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Gary Arcanine Fire Blast.png
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</gallery>

Latest revision as of 18:34, May 22, 2015

Fire Blast
Fire Blast
(だいもんじ Daimonji)
Generation: I
Battle Data
Type: Type Fire
Category Type Special
Power: 110
Accuracy: 85%
PP: 5*
Affects: Selected target
Secondary Effect: May Cause Burn
Priority: 0
Contact: No
Affected by
Magic Coat: No
BrightPowder: Yes
Protect/Detect: Yes
Snatch: No
King's Rock: No
Contest data
Pokémon Contest Spectacular (RSEORAS)
Type: Type Beauty
Appeal: 4 ♥♥♥♥
Jam: 1
Super Contests (DPPt)
Type: Type Beauty
Appeal: 1

Fire Blast is a Fire-type move that has a 10% chance of causing a burn. It is Charizard's Final Smash in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.

Elemental GroupEdit

It was one of nine elemental moves that do the same damage, 120 HP, until Fire Blast's power was changed to 110 in Generation 6. These moves consisted of Fire Blast, Blizzard, Hydro Pump, Gunk Shot, Focus Blast, Hurricane, Zap Cannon, Power Whip and Megahorn.

StatsEdit

  • Location - Silph Co. and Cinnabar Island Gym (After beating Blaine)
  • Description - A powerful Fire-type move with a chance of burning the opponent.
  • You can obtain this move by buying it at the most of the shops in every region, or by leveling up your Pokémon.
  • The shape created when this move is used, as seen in the picture on this page, is based on the Japanese kanji character for "fire" (火).

GalleryEdit

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