Pokemon Go: Fire Type Pokemon

Pokemon Go: Fire Type Pokemon 1

Fire type Pokemon have been fan favorites from the beginning of the game. There is a list of all the Fire Type Pokemon that can be found in Pokemon Go.

Fire Type Weakness

  • Rock
  • Fire
  • Water
  • Dragon

Fire Type Strong Againts

  • Bug
  • Steel
  • Grass
  • Ice

Fire Type Resistance

  • Bug
  • Steel
  • Fire
  • Grass
  • Ice

Currently, there are 35 Fire-type Pokemon in the Pokemon Go, 21 of them are purely Fire-type.

Charmander

#4Max HP73HPMax CPcp831
Stamina:78Generation:I
Attack:116Genus:Lizard
Defense:96Capture %:10

Charmeleon

#5Max HP104HPMax CPcp1484
Stamina:116Generation:I
Attack:158Genus:Flame
Defense:129Capture %:0

Charizard

Fire   /   Flying

#6Max HP135HPMax CPcp2686
Stamina:156Generation:I
Attack:223Genus:Flame
Defense:176Capture %:0

Vulpix

#37Max HP72HPMax CPcp774
Stamina:76Generation:I
Attack:96Genus:Fox
Defense:122Capture %:20

Ninetales

#38Max HP127HPMax CPcp2157
Stamina:146Generation:I
Attack:169Genus:Fox
Defense:204Capture %:0

Growlithe

#58Max HP99HPMax CPcp1110
Stamina:110Generation:I
Attack:136Genus:Puppy
Defense:96Capture %:20

Arcanine

#59Max HP154HPMax CPcp2839
Stamina:180Generation:I
Attack:227Genus:Legendary
Defense:166Capture %:0

Ponyta

#77Max HP91HPMax CPcp1502
Stamina:100Generation:I
Attack:170Genus:Fire Horse
Defense:132Capture %:30

Rapidash

#78Max HP115HPMax CPcp2252
Stamina:130Generation:I
Attack:207Genus:Fire Horse
Defense:167Capture %:10

Magmar

#126Max HP115HPMax CPcp2254
Stamina:130Generation:I
Attack:206Genus:Spitfire
Defense:169Capture %:20

Flareon

#136Max HP115HPMax CPcp2904
Stamina:130Generation:I
Attack:246Genus:Flame
Defense:204Capture %:10

Moltres

Fire   /   Flying

#146Max HP154HPMax CPcp3272
Stamina:180Generation:I
Attack:251Genus:Flame
Defense:184Capture %:0

Cyndaquil

#155Max HP73HPMax CPcp831
Stamina:78Generation:II
Attack:116Genus:Fire Mouse
Defense:96Capture %:10

Quilava

#156Max HP104HPMax CPcp1484
Stamina:116Generation:II
Attack:158Genus:Volcano
Defense:129Capture %:10

Typhlosion

#157Max HP135HPMax CPcp2686
Stamina:156Generation:II
Attack:223Genus:Volcano
Defense:176Capture %:10

Slugma

#218Max HP75HPMax CPcp750
Stamina:80Generation:II
Attack:118Genus:Lava
Defense:71Capture %:10

Magcargo

Fire   /   Rock

#219Max HP91HPMax CPcp1543
Stamina:100Generation:II
Attack:139Genus:Lava
Defense:209Capture %:10

Houndour

Dark   /   Fire

#228Max HP83HPMax CPcp1110
Stamina:90Generation:II
Attack:152Genus:Dark
Defense:93Capture %:10

Houndoom

Dark   /   Fire

#229Max HP130HPMax CPcp2529
Stamina:150Generation:II
Attack:224Genus:Dark
Defense:159Capture %:10

Magby

#240Max HP83HPMax CPcp1178
Stamina:90Generation:II
Attack:151Genus:Live Coal
Defense:108Capture %:10

Entei

#244Max HP194HPMax CPcp3377
Stamina:230Generation:II
Attack:235Genus:Volcano
Defense:176Capture %:10

Ho-Oh

Fire   /   Flying

#250Max HP179HPMax CPcp4650
Stamina:212Generation:II
Attack:263Genus:Rainbow
Defense:301Capture %:10

Torchic

#255Max HP83HPMax CPcp953
Stamina:90Generation:III
Attack:129Genus:Chick
Defense:92Capture %:0

Combusken

Fire   /   Fighting

#256Max HP107HPMax CPcp1473
Stamina:120Generation:III
Attack:163Genus:Young Fowl
Defense:115Capture %:0

Blaziken

Fire   /   Fighting

#257Max HP138HPMax CPcp2632
Stamina:160Generation:III
Attack:240Genus:Blaze
Defense:141Capture %:0

Numel

Fire   /   Ground

#322Max HP107HPMax CPcp951
Stamina:120Generation:III
Attack:118Genus:Numb
Defense:82Capture %:0

Camerupt

Fire   /   Ground

#323Max HP122HPMax CPcp2010
Stamina:140Generation:III
Attack:194Genus:Eruption
Defense:138Capture %:0

Torkoal

#324Max HP122HPMax CPcp2037
Stamina:140Generation:III
Attack:151Genus:Coal
Defense:234Capture %:0

Chimchar

#390Max HP81HPMax CPcp815
Stamina:88Generation:IV
Attack:113Genus:Chimp
Defense:86Capture %:0

Monferno

Fire   /   Fighting

#391Max HP113HPMax CPcp1415
Stamina:128Generation:IV
Attack:158Genus:Playful
Defense:105Capture %:0

Infernape

Fire   /   Fighting

#392Max HP132HPMax CPcp2465
Stamina:152Generation:IV
Attack:222Genus:Flame
Defense:151Capture %:0

Magmortar

#467Max HP130HPMax CPcp2969
Stamina:150Generation:IV
Attack:246Genus:Blast
Defense:186Capture %:0

Heatran

Fire   /   Steel

#485Max HP156HPMax CPcp3521
Stamina:182Generation:IV
Attack:251Genus:Lava Dome
Defense:213Capture %:0

Bonus Analysis

There’s not actually a lot of “Gen 3” Fire-Type Pokemon, and the ones that are there won’t make much of an impact on the metagame. The most interesting part about these new Pokemon are the two that have unique (at least to Pokemon Go) dual-typings that will at least make things a little more interesting. Here’s a look at the Fire -Type Pokemon coming soon to Pokemon Go:

Torchic, Combusken, and Blaziken

Blaziken

The cute little Torchic will eventually evolve into one of Pokemon Go‘s strongest Fire-Type attackers. Torchic’s final evolution Blaziken has a much higher Attack stat than either Charizard or Typhlosion, making it a better attacker than either of those Pokemon.

More importantly, Blaziken is Pokemon Go‘s first Fire/Fighting dual-type Pokemon, a combination that should allow it to counter some of the game’s more common gym defenders. With powerful legs that can kick through Rock-Type Pokemon like Golem and flames that spring from its wrists and ankles, Blaziken should be a popular Pokemon even if it’s not at the same level of high CP Fire Pokemon like Ho-Oh or Moltres.

Numel and Camerupt

Numel and Camerupt

Numel and Camerupt are the signature Pokemon of Team Magma, one of the villainous teams in Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire. However, neither are impressive Pokemon, even if Camerupt is a unique Fire/Ground dual-type.

Camerupt’s biggest strength is its Attack stats, which is still woefully lacking compared to other Fire-Type Pokemon, and it has mediocre Defense and Stamina stats. Camerupt isn’t even a good Ground-Type Pokemon, even if it doesn’t have a weakness to Grass-Type attacks.

We’re guessing that Numel and Camerupt will become common Pokemon in Pokemon Go with limited uses outside of Stardust farming and filling up Pokedex holes.

Torkoal

Torkoal

Despite its rocky shell, Torkoal is a pure Fire-Type Pokemon. While its CP is almost identical to that of Camerupt, Torkoal has one advantage over Camerupt: it has a great Defense stat. While its Stamina and Attack stats are both mediocre, Torkoal will have the second-highest Defense stat out of all Fire-Type Pokemon, right under Ho-Oh.

Torkoal may have some limited use as a gym defender, but its low Stamina stat will prevent it from being able to survive too many attacks.

Both Torkoal and Camerupt will probably wind up in the same tier as Ninetales: fun to catch and show off, but not very useful in competitive play.

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