The world of Pokémon has been a growing phenomenon since 1996, when the first pair of video games came out in stores. Today, there are almost 900 individual Pokémon identified by the PokéDex and in this article, we are going to tell you everything you need to know about one of them – Typhlosion.
Typhlosion is a Fire-type Pokémon first introduced in Generation II of the core video games. It is the second and final evolution form of Cyndaquil, one of the Generation’s Starters. Cyndaqil first evolves into Quilava, which, in turn, evolves into Typhlosion. In Legends: Arceus, a Hisuian variant was introduced, which is a dual Ghost- and Fire-type. It is weak only to Ground-, Rock- and Water-type moves, and is super effective against Grass-, Steel-, Bug- and Ice-type Pokémon. It is not immune to any moves.
In this article, we are going to tell you all the information you’ll need if you want to breed a Typhlosion in any of the games. You’ll find out about its type, its powers, its strengths and weaknesses, its evolutions, and its moves. We’re going to focus on both the core games, as well as other popular video games based on the Pokémon franchise.
Typhlosion is a Fire-type Pokémon is the final evolution of Generation II’s Fire-type Starter Pokémon, Cyndaquil. It was first introduced in Generation II of the video games and holds #157 in the National PokéDex.
It resembles some kind of Musteloidea. It primarily resembles a weasel or a polecat, although it can also be compared to a wolverine or a badger, especially the honey badger. Unlike its pre-evolutions, it has the holes from which its flames come out on its back, exactly between its shoulders. He is much faster and larger than his past forms, almost as tall as an adult male, and can also stand on his hind legs, allowing him to perform upper limb attacks.
It has the ability to cause explosions in its fur and creates explosive flames with shock waves that burn everything, even ashes. In addition, it can curl up on itself in a kind of ball, which helps it both to defend itself and to attack, being able to learn movements in which it uses this technique, such as rolling or curl defense.
It should also be noted that despite being able to stand without complications, to run long distances the position it adopts is quadrupedal, as its pre-evolutions do, which allows it to reach impressive speeds.
Typhlosion’s Stats, based on the most recent available data, are:
In Pokémon GO, Typhlosion has a Base Stamina of 186, a Base Attack of 223, and a Base Defense of 173.
As for its abilities, they are:
Blaze: Powers up Fire-type moves when the Pokémon’s HP is low.Flash Fire: Powers up the Pokémon’s Fire-type moves if it’s hit by one. (Hidden Ability)
Strengths and Weaknesses
As a pure Fire-type Pokémon, Typhlosion is weak against Ground-, Rock-, and Water-type moves, and is super effective against Grass-, Bug-, Steel- and Ice-type Pokémon. It is not immune to any specific type. It receives normal damage from Normal-, Fighting-, Flying-, Poison-, Ghost-, Electric-, Psychic-, Dragon-, and Dark-type moves.
The Hisuian variant, a dual Ghost- and Fire-type, is – in addition to the above-listed ones – weak to Ghost- and Dark-type moves, and is damaged normally by Flying-, Dragon-, Electric-, and Psychic-type moves. On the other hand, it is fully immune to Normal- and Fighting-type moves and super effective, in addition to the ones above, against Ghost- and Psychic-type moves.
Typhlosion was first introduced in Generation II as the second and final evolution of Cyndaquil. Cyndaquil first evolved into Quilava, starting at Level 14 or 17, and then into Typhlosion starting at Level 36. Typhlosion has one regional variant, Hisuian Typhlosion, which evolves from a regular Quilava in the Hisui region starting at level 36.
In Pokémon GO, Typhlosion is also obtained by first evolving Cydnaquil into Quilava, for which you need 25 Cyndaquil Candy, and after that, Quilava to Typhlosion, for which you need 100 Cyndaquil Candy. Hisuian Typhlosion is not yet available in the game.
As of Generation VIII, the movies that Typhlosion can learn are:
Bold indicates a move that gets STAB when used by Typhlosion Italic indicates a move that gets STAB only when used by an evolution of Typhlosion Click on the generation numbers at the top to see level-up moves from other generations× indicates a move that cannot be used in Generation VIII
By leveling up (Johto Variant)
By leveling up (Hisuian Variant)
By TM (both variants)
In Pokémon GO, Typhlosion can learn Ember, Shadow Claw, and Incinerate as Fast Attacks, and Fire Blast, Overheat, Solar Beam, and Blast Burn as Charged Attacks. Some of these attacks depend on when you caught and evolved your Typhlosion, as they are event-only attacks.