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Another appeared under the ownership of Zane.
 
Another appeared under the ownership of Zane.
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*[[Zane's Ninetales]]
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*[[Mansion owner's Ninetales]]
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*[[Pirate's Ninetales]]
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*[[Rudy's Ninetales]]
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*Ninetales is based on the legendary [[wikipedia:Kitsune|Kyuubi no Kitsune]] (<span style="font-weight: normal">九尾の狐 nine-tailed fox) </span>of Japanese folklore. When a Kitsune gains its ninth tail, its fur changes from the dark red of a fox to white or golden, hence the color change for the evolution.
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*Ninetales is based on the legendary [[Pirate's Ninetales]]me Boy Advance games, shiny Ninetales' didn't have blue coloring on the tip of its tails, like its normal coloring.
*Ninetales in the Game Boy Advance games didn't have the orange coloring on the tip of its tails.
 
**Ninetales' box sprite does not have the orange coloring on the tips of its tails.
 
*In the Game Boy Advance games, shiny Ninetales' didn't have blue coloring on the tip of its tails, like its normal coloring.
 
 
*Ninetales is often misspelled as "Ninetails" for the number of tails it possessed. This misspelling is also on the trading cards, and in the Trading Card Game video game adaptation for Game Boy Color.
 
*Ninetales is often misspelled as "Ninetails" for the number of tails it possessed. This misspelling is also on the trading cards, and in the Trading Card Game video game adaptation for Game Boy Color.
 
*In Pokémon Mystery Dungeons Blue and Red, the [[Gengar]] was originally a human that grabbed one of Ninetales' tails and was cursed into the form of a Gengar. Also the Gengar, before it turned into Gengar, had abandoned its [[Gardevoir]], but the Gardevoir had no grudge against him, and it loved its trainer enough to protect it from Ninetales' fury.
 
*In Pokémon Mystery Dungeons Blue and Red, the [[Gengar]] was originally a human that grabbed one of Ninetales' tails and was cursed into the form of a Gengar. Also the Gengar, before it turned into Gengar, had abandoned its [[Gardevoir]], but the Gardevoir had no grudge against him, and it loved its trainer enough to protect it from Ninetales' fury.
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===Origins===
 
===Origins===
 
Ninetales appears to be based on a [[wikipedia:fox|fox]], more speficically the mystical kitsune creature of Japanese folklore. 
 
Ninetales appears to be based on a [[wikipedia:fox|fox]], more speficically the mystical kitsune creature of Japanese folklore. 
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Type(s)
Type Fire  
Species Fox Pokémon
Abilities Flash Fire
Drought (DW)
Pokédex
Vulpix ← 038 → Jigglypuff
Kanto 038 Johto 126/128
Hoenn 154 Sinnoh N/A
Unova 249 Kalos N/A
Evolves From Vulpix
Evolves Into None
Ninetales
038
キュウコン Kyuukon
038Ninetales
Generation I
Evolutionary Line
037038
Gender
25% ♂ / 75 % ♀
Weight Height
43.9 lbs. 19.9 kg 3'07" 1.1 m
Pokédex Color Egg Group
Yellow Field
Body Style Footprint
Body08
F038
Cry

Ninetales (Japanese: キュウコン Kyuukon) is a Fire-type Pokémon introduced in Generation I.

BiologyEdit

PhysiologyEdit

Ninetales

Dream World Ninetales

Ninetales is a fox-like Pokémon that possesses nine tails, hence its name. Resembling the nine-tailed kitsune fox of Japanese folklore, they are mainly covered in sleek, luxurious golden-white fur, while the tips of their nine tails are orange. On top of their head is a large tuft of hair, similar to its pre-evolved form though much more unruly and spiky. It has sinister red eyes which give it the ability to psychically control the minds of people and Pokémon. Its ears are pointed and distinctly fox-like, and it has slender legs with three-toed paws and no visible claws.

Additionally, there are no gender differences between male and female Ninetales. The shiny version of Ninetales has silver-gray fur instead of its usual light cream fur, and its tail is tipped in blue.

Special abilitiesEdit

All Ninetales have the ability Flash Fire, which powers up its Fire-type moves if it is hit by a fire-type attack. It also keeps it from getting damaged by fire attacks. This does not apply to Dream World Ninetails, who instead possess the ability Drought, creating a permanent Sunny effect for the duration of the battle or until another weather-altering move or ability is used.

EvolutionEdit

Ninetales is the evolved form of Vulpix, who evolves into Ninetales by the use of a Fire Stone.

Game infoEdit

Game locationsEdit

Ninetales Locations
Version(s) Location Rarity
Red/Blue Evolve Vulpix (Blue only) None
Yellow Evolve Vulpix None
Gold/Silver Evolve Vulpix (Silver only) None
Crystal Trade None
Ruby/ Sapphire Evolve Vulpix None
Emerald Evolve Vulpix None
FireRed/ LeafGreen Evolve Vulpix (LeafGreen only) None
Diamond/ Pearl Evolve Vulpix None
Platinum Evolve Vulpix None
HeartGold/SoulSilver Evolve Vulpix (SoulSilver only) None
Black/White Abundant Shrine Rare


Side game locationsEdit

Ninetales Locations
Game(s) Location
Pokémon Pinball Ruby & Sapphire Evolve Vulpix
Pokémon Trozei! Endless Level 6, 11, Forever Level 55, Mr. Who's Den
Red Rescue Team & Blue Rescue Team Evolve Vulpix
Explorers of Time & Explorers of Darkness Treeshroud Forest (10-20F)
Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia Almia Castle
Pokémon Rumble Fiery Temple
PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure Lava Zone
Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs Odd Temple


Pokédex entriesEdit

Pokédex Entries
Red
Blue
Very smart and very vengeful. Grabbing one of its many tails could result in a 1000-year curse.
Yellow
According to an enduring legend, 9 noble saints were united and reincarnated as this Pokémon.
Gold
Some legends claim that each of its nine tails has its own unique type of special mystic power.
Silver
Its nine beautiful tails are filled with a wondrous energy that could keep it alive for 1,000 years.
Crystal
It is said to live a thousand years, and each of its tails is loaded with supernatural powers.
Ruby
Ninetales casts a sinister light from its bright red eyes to gain total control over its foe's mind. This Pokémon is said to live for a thousand years.
Sapphire
Legend has it that Ninetales came into being when nine wizards possessing sacred powers merged into one. This Pokémon is highly intelligent - it can understand human speech.
Emerald
It has long been said that each of the nine tails embody an enchanted power. A long-lived Ninetales will have fur that shines like gold.
FireRed
It has nine long tails and fur that gleams gold. It is said to live for 1,000 years.
LeafGreen
Very smart and very vengeful. Grabbing one of its many tails could result in a 1000-year curse.
Diamond
Its nine tails are said to be imbued with a mystic power. It can live for a thousand years.
Pearl
Its nine tails are said to be imbued with a mystic power. It can live for a thousand years.
Platinum
Its nine tails are said to be imbued with a mystic power. It can live for a thousand years.
HeartGold
Some legends claim that each of its nine tails has its own unique type of special mystic power.
SoulSilver
Its nine beautiful tails are filled with a wondrous energy that could keep it alive for 1,000 years.
Black
Its nine tails are said to be imbued with a mystic power. It can live for a thousand years.
White
Its nine tails are said to be imbued with a mystic power. It can live for a thousand years.
Black 2
Each of its nine tails is imbued with a supernatural power, and it can live for a thousand years.
White 2
Each of its nine tails is imbued with a supernatural power, and it can live for a thousand years.
X
It has nine long tails and fur that gleams gold. It is said to live for 1,000 years.
Y
Very smart and very vengeful. Grabbing one of its many tails could result in a 1,000-year curse.

LearnsetEdit

LevelingEdit

Leveling Generation I
Level Move Power Accuracy PP Type
1 Ember 40 100% 25 Fire
1 Tail Whip 100% 30 Normal
1 Quick Attack 40 100% 30 Normal
1 Roar 100% 20 Normal

Bold indicates this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
Italic indicates an evolved or alternate form of this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.

TMs/HMsEdit

TMs/HMs Generation I
# Move Power Accuracy PP Type
TM06 Toxic 85% 10 [[Poison type|Poison ]]
TM08 Body Slam 85 100% 15 [[Normal type|Normal ]]
TM09 Take Down 90 100% 20 [[Normal type|Normal ]]
TM10 Double-Edge 100 100% 15 [[Normal type|Normal ]]
TM15 Hyper Beam 150 90% 5 [[Normal type|Normal ]]
TM20 Rage 20 100% 20 [[Normal type|Normal ]]
TM28 Dig 100 100% 10 [[Ground type|Ground ]]
TM31 Mimic —% 10 [[Normal type|Normal ]]
TM32 Double Team —% 15 [[Normal type|Normal ]]
TM33 Reflect —% 20 [[Psychic type|Psychic ]]
TM34 Bide —% 10 [[Normal type|Normal ]]
TM38 Fire Blast 120 85% 5 [[Fire type|Fire ]]
TM40 Swift 60 —% 20 [[Normal type|Normal ]]
TM44 Rest —% 10 [[Psychic type|Psychic ]]
TM50 Substitute —% 10 [[Normal type|Normal ]]

Bold indicates this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
Italic indicates an evolved or alternate form of this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.

SpritesEdit

Version
Red Blue Yellow Red (JP) Green (JP) Back
Gold Silver Crystal Back
Ruby Sapphire Emerald FireRed LeafGreen Back
Diamond Pearl Platinum HeartGold SoulSilver Back
Black White Black 2 White 2 Back
X Y Omega Ruby Alpha Sapphire Back

AppearancesEdit

In the animeEdit

Blaine Ninetales
Main article: Blaine's Ninetales

Ninetales first appeared in anime under the ownership of Blaine in Riddle Me This who fought Ash's Squirtle and defeated it.

Another appeared under the ownership of Zane.

TriviaEdit

  • Ninetales is based on the legendary Pirate's Ninetalesme Boy Advance games, shiny Ninetales' didn't have blue coloring on the tip of its tails, like its normal coloring.
  • Ninetales is often misspelled as "Ninetails" for the number of tails it possessed. This misspelling is also on the trading cards, and in the Trading Card Game video game adaptation for Game Boy Color.
  • In Pokémon Mystery Dungeons Blue and Red, the Gengar was originally a human that grabbed one of Ninetales' tails and was cursed into the form of a Gengar. Also the Gengar, before it turned into Gengar, had abandoned its Gardevoir, but the Gardevoir had no grudge against him, and it loved its trainer enough to protect it from Ninetales' fury.

OriginsEdit

Ninetales appears to be based on a fox, more speficically the mystical kitsune creature of Japanese folklore. 

GalleryEdit

SourcesEdit


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