We’ve ranked the top 10 Fire Pokemon from worst to best, purely based on how they make us feel.
We’ve compiled a list of the top ten Fire Pokémon, ranked from worst to best, to illustrate which ones earn a spot among the elite. They’re based purely on vibe, because if there’s anything that matters most about Pokemon, it’s how your team makes you feel.
What’s cooler than a fox? Nine foxes, one body. Although he was introduced to the series as early as Generation 1, Ninetales is still beloved by fans around the world. It’s got cool moves, a mean look, and it’ll kick your ass If for some reason you’re not here looking for (kinda weird) Fire Pokemon, you’ll be glad to know there’s a variant Alolan Ice / Fairy.
9. Alola Marowak
Speaking of Alola, here’s a ghost wearing a dinosaur skull: metal. Alolan Marowak is by far the best Alolan remix, if not the best regional variant to date. That’s almost entirely because it’s a Gen 1 Pokémon that was already cool, with better typing and a soft color scheme. Go ahead, little guy.
Cool bird. Well, not so cool, it’s a fire type. Either way, Talonflame is probably the best of all the first route bird types, making Pidgeot look like a fat nerd. Besides just being a cool dude, look at it, Talonflame is super fast, with flying moves gaining priority thanks to the Gale Wings ability. Put some respect on his, uh, wings.
Cool dog alert. Potentially too cold and too sharp to the touch. Houndoom is only surpassed by its own Mega Evolution, which receives a nice hat for its troubles. He’s definitely the dog you’d want to be friends with in a dark alley, and just by looking at him you can tell he’s a sweetheart. A softie that spits fireballs and burns baddies.
You can’t go wrong with a mean monkey. While the latest entry in its evolutionary line, Infernape, takes the crowning glory of a spot in Smash Bros, Chimchar is much cuter, a bit smaller, and less likely to hit you with a clothesline from the top rope. If you can ignore his somewhat terrifying ears, you’ve got a pal here for life.
Blaziken’s strike has been a bit overdone now, but it’s important to note that it was the first of Pokemon’s Fire/Fighting starters. If you love your powerful Pokemon, look no further – this guy has hauled entire sets of X/Ys on his own, reached the top of competitive stages, and his Mega Form makes most Pokemon look alike. to mice. Hide, don’t run, from the ridiculously fast Blaziken.
Scorbunny rules, there’s no two ways about it. Much like our previous entrant, this upgradeable line would easily carry you through a full game of Sword & Shield thanks to the unlimited power of G-Max Cinderace. However, his smaller sibling, the mischievous Scorbunny, replaces pure power with adorable smolness and a penchant for giggles, as seen above.
Top 2 of the most recognizable Pokémon? Charmander is potentially up there, behind only the giga-mascot Pikachu and its chubby little cheeks. The scene above is iconic, its design is instantly recognizable and everyone around the world has chosen it as their starter. Some even claim that he was still the best, despite the presence of Bulbasaur.
You can tell Arcanine was originally designed as a Legendary Pokemon, ALONGSIDE being the absolute boy, he was shown to be rideable in half of the anime episodes he was in. You would live with an Arcanine in real life and that would be the best thing ever, the guy is basically a walking hug.
Cydaquil combines all the best elements of the above – he’s cute, he’s a newbie, he has a big nose and his back is blowing up. His evolution line is cool as he transforms into a badass Typhlosian, and that’s a good start, all things considered. He doesn’t quite have the competitive, game-carrying abilities of Blaziken and Scorbunny, but he makes up for it with his charm and weird hands.
Written by Ben Barrett on behalf of GHLF.