Charizard (Get in Battle Free Trial Special Edition)

リザードン Lizardon
Star Pokémon
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Front art
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Back art
Name Charizard
Types Mezastar Fire type.pngMezastar Flying type.png Fire/Flying
Energy 152
Mega Evolution
This Pokémon can Mega Evolve into Mega Venusaur when selected to attack.
Grassium Z
This Pokémon can use its Z-Move when selected to attack.
Rusted Sword
This Pokémon starts the battle in its Crowned Sword form.
This Pokémon can Dynamax when selected to attack.
Miracle Go First Chance!
If the opposing Pokémon would attack first, Go First Chance! will always trigger.
Double Move
Double Move
This Pokémon can use an additional move after using its first.
Chain Attack
Chain Attack
This Pokémon can chain its attack with the player's other usable Pokémon.
This Pokémon can Terastallize into a Dark-type Tera Pokémon when selected to attack.
Pokémon Mezastar tag P

Charizard (Japanese: リザードン Lizardon) is a Special Pokémon Mezastar tag. It is one of the Promotional tags.

Tag data

  Branch Poke
  Bloom Doom
Max Move
  Max Overgrowth
G-Max Move
  G-Max Drum Solo
Tera move
  Tera Blast
Sp. Attack
Sp. Defense
Pokédex entry
The temperature of Charizard's fire increases as it gains experience in battle.
リザードンの ほのおは たたかいの けいけんを つむほど おんどが あがっていく。
Tag partner
This Pokémon can attack together with Pikachu if successful during Tag Attack Chance!

Release information

This tag was available as part of the Get in Battle Free Trial Special Edition ~Dark Terastal Charizard Challenge~ in Yokohama event, which was present at two locations during August 2023. One event was held at Bandai Namco Cross Store Yokohama between August 9 and 14, while another was held at Pacifco Yokohama between August 11 and 13 during the 2023 World Championships.[1] Each venue was planned to accommodate 3,000 people using a numbered ticket system to determine play order. Each participant would play one free session of a custom Get in Battle! game that always had a Dark-type Tera Charizard as the Boss Pokémon. The other two opponent Pokémon were selected from a pool of 37 that featured in previous sets. Participants were required to use a team of rental Pokémon and were not permitted to use any Memory tags. At the end of the session, participants could dispense one tag of any Pokémon caught during the Get Time! or Last!! Get Time! phase. All tags available as part of the event were gold in color.

Participants at the Bandai Namco Cross Store Yokohama event could watch performances by Mezastar Navigators present on each day, while those at the Pacifico Yokohama event could view previous Takara Tomy/Marvelous arcade machines Pokémon Battrio, Pokémon Tretta, and Pokémon Ga-Olé at the Pokémon Amusement Museum. Participants at either venue could also obtain a gift set comprising a promotional Sprigatito tag, a Comprehensive How-to-Play Book, a Trial Memory tag, and a tag-shaped uchiwa (fan) featuring a Charizard design.

This tag could be obtained again by playing the same limited game mode on machines at venues hosting the Autumn Mezastar Festa 2023. The Festa was present at ÆON Mall Sapporo Hassamu, Sapporo on September 17, 2023; at ÆON Mall Fukuoka, Fukuoka on September 24, 2023; at ÆON Mall Ibaraki, Osaka on October 22, 2023; at ÆON Mall Makuhari New City, Chiba on October 29, 2023; and at ÆON Mall Toyokawa, Toyokawa on November 5, 2023.[2] Each venue was planned to accommodate 1,200 people using a numbered ticket system to determine play order. Visitors could watch performances by the Mezastar Navigator(s) present at each venue; children under junior high school age could also participate in autograph sessions and get an item signed by one of them. Each venue planned to offer 200 places for these sessions, which were allocated with numbered wristbands.



This tag features Tera Charizard with a Dark-type Tera Jewel. Crunch and Tera Blast are both moves that Charizard can learn in the games via TM.


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