Flint (Masters)

Flint
オーバ Ōba
Spr Masters Flint.png
Flint's model
No. 35
English voice actor Landon McDonald[1]
Japanese voice actor Tatsuhisa Suzuki[2]
Description This member of the Elite Four is constantly on the verge of overheating. He's a skillful Trainer of Fire-type Pokémon who is always burning for an all-out battle.

Flint (Japanese: オーバ Ōba) is a Pokémon Trainer in Pokémon Masters EX, based on the character of the same name in the core series games. He forms a sync pair with Infernape. The sync pair is obtained during the events of Chapter 12 of the Main Story.

Infernape

  Type   Fire
Move type   Fire
Role Strike (Special)
Base Potential ★★★★
Infernape Weakness   Water
Its crown of fire is indicative of its fiery nature. It is beaten by none in terms of quickness.
Stats HP Attack Defense Sp. Atk Sp. Def Speed
Lv. 140, Base Potential 562 363 134 363 134 276
Lv. 140, Max Potential 642 403 174 403 174 316
Lv. 140, Base Potential
Lv. 140, Max Potential

Moves

Name Type Category Move gauge Base Power Max Power Accuracy Target Description
Fire Punch Fire
 
Physical 2 47 56 100% An opponent Has a very small chance of leaving the target burned.
Dire Hit None Status 0
(2 uses)
Self Raises the user's critical-hit rate.
Fire Blast Fire
 
Special 3 116 139 85% An opponent Has a very small chance of leaving the target burned.
We're On Fire! None Status 0
(2 uses)
Self Sharply raises the user's Attack and Sp. Atk.
Sync moves
Burn-It-All Overheat Fire
 
Special 250 300 An opponent No additional effect.

Skills

Name Description
Passive Skills
Power Reserves 2 Powers up moves in a pinch.
Theme Skills
Fire Strike Raises allies' Attack and Sp. Atk by 15 when using Fire-type attacks.
Sinnoh Strike Raises the Attack and Sp. Atk of all allied sync pairs by 2.
Elite Four Strike Raises the Attack and Sp. Atk of all allied sync pairs by 2.
Sinnoh Bros Strike Raises the Attack and Sp. Atk of all allied sync pairs by 3.
Passionate Spirit Strike Raises the Attack and Sp. Atk of all allied sync pairs by 3.

Sync Grid

Flint and Infernape's sync grid is an expanded grid, made available on January 15, 2020.

Name Effect Energy required Sync orb required Move level required
HP +10 HP +10 0 5 1
HP +10 HP +10 2 24 1
HP +20 HP +20 3 36 1
HP +20 HP +20 5 60 2
Attack +5 Attack +5 0 5 1
Attack +5 Attack +5 2 24 1
Attack +10 Attack +10 3 36 1
Attack +10 Attack +10 5 60 2
Attack +20 Attack +20 5 60 3
Defense +5 Defense +5 0 5 1
Defense +10 Defense +10 3 36 1
Defense +10 Defense +10 5 60 1
Sp. Atk +5 Sp. Atk +5 0 5 1
Sp. Atk +10 Sp. Atk +10 5 60 2
Sp. Atk +10 Sp. Atk +10 5 60 2
Sp. Atk +10 Sp. Atk +10 4 48 3
Sp. Def +5 Sp. Def +5 0 5 1
Sp. Def +10 Sp. Def +10 3 36 1
Sp. Def +10 Sp. Def +10 3 36 1
Speed +5 Speed +5 0 5 1
Speed +5 Speed +5 2 24 1
Speed +5 Speed +5 4 48 1
Speed +5 Speed +5 4 48 1
Speed +10 Speed +10 3 36 1
Speed +20 Speed +20 8 96 2
Fire Punch: Power +4 Fire Punch: Power ↑ +4 2 24 1
Fire Punch: Power +4 Fire Punch: Power ↑ +4 2 24 1
Fire Punch: Power +4 Fire Punch: Power ↑ +4 2 24 1
Fire Punch: Power +4 Fire Punch: Power ↑ +4 3 36 2
Fire Punch: Power +4 Fire Punch: Power ↑ +4 5 60 2
Fire Punch: Power +4 Fire Punch: Power ↑ +4 4 48 3
Fire Punch: Move Gauge Refresh 3 Has a good chance of charging the user's move gauge by one when a move is successful. 6 72 2
Fire Blast: Power +5 Fire Blast: Power ↑ +5 7 84 2
Fire Blast: Power +5 Fire Blast: Power ↑ +5 7 84 3
Fire Blast: Power +5 Fire Blast: Power ↑ +5 7 84 3
Fire Blast: Accuracy +5 Fire Blast: Accuracy ↑ +5 5 60 1
Fire Blast: Accuracy +5 Fire Blast: Accuracy ↑ +5 5 60 2
Fire Blast: Move Gauge Refresh 3 Has a moderately good chance of charging the user's move gauge by one when a move is successful. 7 84 2
Dire Hit: MP Refresh 3 Has a moderately good chance of restoring one MP of the move used if the move is successful. 7 84 1
We're On Fire!: MP Refresh 3 Has a moderately good chance of restoring one MP of the move used if the move is successful. 7 84 1
Speedy Entry 2 Sharply raises the user's Speed when the Pokémon enters a battle. 5 60 1
Endurance If the Pokémon enters battle with full HP, allows it to endure the next hit it takes that would reduce it to 0 HP. 7 84 1
Agile Entry 2 Sharply raises the user's evasiveness when the Pokémon enters a battle. 7 84 2
Power Reserves 2 Powers up moves in a pinch. 7 84 3
Critical Strike 1 Powers up attacks if they become critical hits. 12 144 3
Sharp Entry 1 Raises the user's critical-hit rate when the Pokémon enters a battle. 15 180 3
Burn-It-All Overheat: Power +25 Burn-It-All Overheat: Power ↑ +25 5 60 3
Burn-It-All Overheat: Power +25 Burn-It-All Overheat: Power ↑ +25 5 60 3

Availability

Flint and Infernape can be battled against in:


Flint has also been shown to pair alongside Arcanine and Magmortar, and can be battled against in:

  • Arcanine
    • Champion Stadium: Sinnoh Challenge, Hard Lv. 1 (Rock-type weakness)
    • Solo event: Sinnoh Elite Four Assemble: Flint's Battle Challenge! (May 11 to 27, 2022)
  • Magmortar
    • Champion Stadium: Sinnoh Challenge, Hard Lv. 1 (Water-type weakness)

Sync Pair Stories

  • A Day with Flint

Quotes

Main article: Flint (Elite Four)/Quotes → Pokémon Masters EX

In the anime

Pokémon Masters Animated Trailer

Flint briefly appeared in the Pokémon Masters Animated Trailer, where he, Skyla, and Acerola battled Bettie, Iris, and Barry at a stadium. The outcome of the battle was left unknown.

Pokémon

Infernape
Main article: Flint's Infernape

Infernape is Flint's only known Pokémon. Alongside Swanna and Acerola's Palossand, it battled Bettie's Pikachu, Iris's Haxorus, and Barry's Piplup. The outcome of the battle was left unknown.

None of Infernape's moves are known.

Debut Pokémon Masters Animated Trailer

Gallery

     
VS model from
Pokémon Masters EX
Flint and Infernape on
Pokémon Masters EX Dream Team Maker
Flint's sync move mindscape
(Pokémon League, Flint's room)
       
Trainer emote
Nice!
Trainer emote
Watch out!
Trainer emote
Let's do this!
Trainer emote
Thanks!

Trivia

  • Flint is the only member of the Sinnoh Elite Four that is not a 5-star sync pair and not capable of upgrading to 6★ EX.

Origin

Flint's design is based on his appearance in Pokémon Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum. Infernape is Flint's signature Pokémon in Pokémon Diamond and Pearl. Infernape's Dex entry comes from Pokémon Pearl.

In other languages

We're On Fire!

Language Title
  Japanese もえてきたぜ! Moetekita ze!
Mandarin Chinese 燃燒鬥志吧! Ránshāo Dòuzhì ba!
  French Tout feu, tout flamme !
  German Mein Feuer ist entfacht!
  Italian Fuoco e fiamme!
  Korean 타오른다! Taoreunda!
  Spanish ¡Al rojo vivo!

Burn-It-All Overheat

Language Title
  Japanese 燃えつきる覚悟の オーバーヒート Moetsukiru Kakugo no Ōbāhīto
Mandarin Chinese 做好燃盡覺悟之 過熱 Zuòhǎo Ránjìn Juéwù zhī Guòrè
  French Mets le feu à l'Arène ! Surchauffe !
  German Hitzekoller des lodernden Willens
  Italian Vampata vulcanica
  Korean 타오르는 각오의 오버히트 Taoreuneun Gago-ui Obeohiteu
  Spanish Sofoco de la Determinación


References

  1. Landon McDonald on Facebook
  2. Nintendo DREAM (vol. 329)


Characters appearing in Pokémon Masters EX
Pasio ScottieBettieLearRachelSawyer
Kanto BrockMistyLt. SurgeErikaBlaineLoreleiBrunoAgathaJanineKogaBlueGiovanniLeafLanceProfessor OakRedSabrinaJessieJames
Johto KrisBugsyWhitneyPryceClairWillKarenLyraEthanSilverJasmineMortyFalkner
Hoenn BrendanRoxanneBrawlyFlanneryNormanWinonaTateLizaPhoebeDrakeNolandGlaciaZinniaStevenWallaceWallyLucyLisiaMayMaxieArchieSidney
Sinnoh BarryRoarkGardeniaMayleneCrasher WakeCandiceFlintThortonCherylMarleyCynthiaFantinaDawnCyrusVolknerDarachLucasAaronBerthaLucian
Unova RosaClaySkylaBrycenIrisRoxieMarlonShauntalMarshalCherenHilbertHildaElesaCaitlinGrimsleyBurghAlderNateBiancaNGhetsisIngoEmmet
Kalos GrantKorrinaRamosWulfricSieboldWikstromViolaCalemValerieClemontSerenaLysandreProfessor SycamoreDianthaEvelyn
Alola HauSophoclesMinaOliviaHapuKahiliNanuAcerolaKukuiPlumeriaGuzmaLusamineGladionLillieMolayneMallowSeleneElioLanaKiaweHalaThe Masked Royal
Galar GloriaPiersLeonMarnieRaihanNessaBeaHopAllisterSonia
NPCs PauloProfessor BellisTristaTriciaTrinniaTina
MeowthRyukiCourtneyTabithaMattShellyMarsJupiterSaturnLookerCilanChiliCressTeam Break


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