All About Charizard

By Anonymous

What does everybody love about this orange dragon? What’s so special about it? Charizard is one of the most famous starter Pokemon. It is a fire type Pokemon. Charizard’s first evolution is Charmander, Charmander evolves into Charmeleon at level sixteen then into Charizard at level thirty-six. This Pokemon can use flying type abilities as well as dragon ones. It became famous in the anime when Ash evolved his Charmeleon into Charizard in the episode “Attack of the Prehistoric Pokemon”, where Charizard saved Ash from the claws of an Aerodactyl.

Its first ever released TCG card, which as part of the Base Set, was widely regarded at the height of popularity of Pokemon as the best card ever. There are many Charizard TCG cards out and many card collectors try to collect every one. But it’s not easy. There are many famous Charizard cards such as Charizard gold star, and Charizard EX which happens to be one of the most expensive cards out in the TCG world. As Charizard is very famous these kinds of cards may sometimes cost quite a bit.

It loves to battle and spend a great amount of time training or looking for opponents. Its competitive spirit is also noteworthy, since it will never spit flames at a weaker foe unless provoked or commanded. When it gets very angered, the flames on its tail become a blueish-white color. It spits fire that is hot enough to melt boulders. It is known to have unintentionally caused massive forest fires with its tail-flame. Charizard is mercifully rare in the wild; however, there is a valley somewhere in Johto where many Charizard reside. It can also inhabit craggy mountains and active volcanoes. One is also most likely able to find them in Kanto.

Charizard has two abilities but one ability is hidden. The abilities are Blaze which is when a Pokemon with Blaze uses a fire-type move, the power will increase by 1.5× if the user has less than or equal to ⅓ of its maximum HP remaining and Solar Power which is when in sunshine, Solar Power raises the special attack stat 1.5×, but lowers the user’s HP by 1/8 of its maximum HP at the end of each turn.


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