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Charizard (Next Quest 1)

Red
Next Quest
Feraligatr
Charizard
リザードン Lizardon
Fire
CharizardNextQuest1.png
Sculpted by Enoki Tomohide
Figure type Pokémon
Move Points 1
Type Fire
Set Next Quest
Rarity SuperRare
International figure no. 1/42
US figure no. 4/42
Crystal sub-set variant
CharizardNextQuest1Crystal.png
For more information on the Pokémon this figure depicts, see Charizard.

Charizard (Japanese: リザードン Lizardon) is a figure from the Next Quest expansion of the Pokémon Trading Figure Game.

Attacks

Move Power Probability
Fire Spin

Spin until you get a result other than Fire Spin. This attack does 50 damage for each Fire Spin.
50×
 
58.3%
Miss

 
8.3%
Iron Tail

60
 
25%
Miss

 
8.3%
Length: 5'07", Weight: 199.5 lbs. - Evolves from Charmeleon  



Sets

The Charizard figure is included in the Flamethrower one-player starter set and the Battle Starter two-player starter set. It is also one of four Pokémon figures with a chance of being included in the 2008 Spring Collector's Tins.

Trivia

As one of the first figures from Next Quest to be showcased approaching the set's launch, the official Pokémon TFG site added this description on using the Charizard figure: "Charizard might not move around the board too quickly with only 1 MP, but its Fire Spin attack makes it a tough Pokémon to beat! Each time Charizard gets Fire Spin, you keep spinning: 50, 100, 150, 200... there's no limit on how much damage Charizard can do."

Origin

Fire Spin and Iron Tail are both moves in the Pokémon games that Charizard can learn, the latter via TM.

External links


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Last modified on 28 September 2014, at 15:39