Leon's Charizard

Leon's Charizard
ダンデのリザードン Dande's Lizardon
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Charizard and Leon in the intro of Pokémon Sword and Shield
Debuts in Pokémon Sword and Shield
Caught at Galar
Evolves in Prior to Pokémon Sword and Shield
Prior to Pokémon Sword and Shield
Gender Male[a]
Ability Blaze[b]
Current location With Leon
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Leon's Charizard (Japanese: ダンデのリザードン Dande's Lizardon) is Leon's main partner Pokémon in the games, anime, and the Pokémon Adventures manga.

In the games

In the core series

Pokémon Sword and Shield

 
Charizard looking after a wild Wooloo in Slumbering Weald

Charizard is Leon's main partner Pokémon in the games. It took part in the Gym Challenge alongside Leon when he was ten years old, and they claimed victory in the Champion Cup on their first attempt. Since that victory, Leon and Charizard remained unbeaten in both League and exhibition matches until they were defeated by the player during the events of Pokémon Sword and Shield. Charizard can be first seen during the game's introductory cutscene with Leon, having an exhibition match against Raihan and his Duraludon. The player first meets Chairzard in person in Wedgehurst with his Trainer. Throughout the game, Charizard is commonly seen alongside Leon outside of battle. Due to Leon's poor sense of direction, he often gets lost, and having to rely on Charizard to lead him to his destination.

During the battle against Eternatus, Charizard is the final Pokémon Leon uses to wear it down before attempting to capture it. Just before Eternatus breaks out of Leon's Poké Ball, Charizard uses the last of its energy to shield the player and Hop from the blast.

Leon's signature pose is called the Charizard pose, named after his Charizard.

In battles with or against the player, Leon will Gigantamax Charizard at the first opportunity. When battling the player in the Battle Tower, Leon will always use Charizard on his team.

Championship Match
 
Types:
Fire Flying
Ability:
Blaze
Held item:
  None  
Charizard Lv.65
Fire Blast
Fire Special
Air Slash
Flying Special
Solar Beam
Grass Special
Ancient Power
Rock Special
Battle Tower
Beginner Tier
 
Types:
Fire Flying
Ability:
Blaze or Solar Power
Held item:
  Charti Berry
Charizard/ Lv.50
Fire Pledge
Fire Special
Dragon Pulse
Dragon Special
Air Slash
Flying Special
Will-O-Wisp
Fire Status
Poké Ball Tier
 
Types:
Fire Flying
Ability:
Blaze or Solar Power
Held item:
  Charti Berry
Charizard/ Lv.50
Heat Wave
Fire Special
Dragon Pulse
Dragon Special
Air Slash
Flying Special
Protect
Normal Status
Great Ball Tier
 
Types:
Fire Flying
Ability:
Blaze or Solar Power
Held item:
  Charti Berry
Charizard/ Lv.50
Fire Pledge
Fire Special
Dragon Pulse
Dragon Special
Air Slash
Flying Special
Protect
Normal Status
Ultra Ball Tier
 
Types:
Fire Flying
Ability:
Blaze or Solar Power
Held item:
  Charti Berry
Charizard/ Lv.50
Heat Wave
Fire Special
Solar Beam
Grass Special
Hurricane
Flying Special
Hyper Beam
Normal Special
Master Ball Tier
 
Types:
Fire Flying
Ability:
Blaze or Solar Power
Held item:
  Charti Berry
Charizard/ Lv.50
Fire Blast
Fire Special
Solar Beam
Grass Special
Hurricane
Flying Special
Weather Ball
Normal Special
Champion tournament
 
Types:
Fire Flying
Ability:
Blaze
Held item:
  None  
Charizard Lv.70/80
Fire Blast
Fire Special
Air Slash
Flying Special
Solar Beam
Grass Special
Ancient Power
Rock Special
Galarian Star Tournament
 
Types:
Fire Flying
Ability:
Blaze
Held item:
  None  
Charizard Lv.80
Fire Blast
Fire Special
Air Slash
Flying Special
Solar Beam
Grass Special
Ancient Power
Rock Special

In the spin-off games

Pokémon Masters EX

 
Event image for the Champion Time event, where Leon and Charizard debuted
Main article: Leon (Masters) → Charizard

Leon forms a sync pair with Charizard in Pokémon Masters EX. The pair were the first Master Sync Pair added to the game, debuting on February 26, 2021. Charizard was given the ability to Gigantamax on Feburary 18, 2023.

Sync Dex Trainer NDex Pokémon Type Weakness Role Base Potential Availability
#118   Leon #0006   Charizard    
Gigantamax
Fire
 
Electric
 
  ★★★★★☆EX Master Fair Sync Pair Scout

Pokémon Mezastar

A promotional tag featuring Charizard was packaged with the Pokémon Dynamax Band, released on February 11, 2021. Charizard later appeared in Pokémon Mezastar as one of Leon's Pokémon. Charizard also appeared as an opponent in an event that recreated the Masters Eight Tournament that ran from October 27 to November 21, 2022. Upon beating Leon, the player can receive a Support Pokémon Ticket based on Charizard.

As an opponent
Charizard
 
  Flamethrower


Disks
Tag No. Name Type Grade
P Charizard   
3-2-022 Charizard     
 



Pokémon UNITE

Charizard appears in Pokémon UNITE alongside Leon as an enemy Trainer to fight during the Legacy Trainer Showdown event between September 9, 2022 and October 6, 2022. His Charizard starts the battle as Charmander and can evolve to Charmeleon and then Charizard during the battle. It has the same moves and Ability as other Charizard in the game.

Charizard also appears alongside Leon in the Solo Challenge event between December 7, 2023 and January 15, 2024. In this event, Charizard never wears Holowear. Additionally, replacing the display of the Unite License on the pre-battle splash screen, Leon and Charizard use a special Unite Snapshot depicting them with two-dimensional artwork.

In the anime

Main series

 
As a Charmander during Leon's childhood

Pre-series

Leon obtained Charizard as a Charmander when he was young, it being his first Pokémon. It accompanied him and Sonia on their journey when they became Trainers. In a flashback in A Flood of Torrential Gains!, it is shown that Charmander was used in Leon's first Pokémon battle against Sonia's Rookidee, where Charmander was defeated.

Sometime after that, Charmander evolved into a Charmeleon, and at some point, it evolved again into a Charizard.

In another flashback shown in Sword and Shield: The Darkest Day!, it was shown that Charizard was with Leon when he became the Champion of the Galar region.

Pokémon Journeys: The Series

Charizard debuted in Flash of the Titans!, where it was used to battle Lance and his Red Gyarados. Despite the type disadvantage, Charizard put up an incredible fight, during which both Pokémon Dynamaxed. In the end, after an intense battle, Charizard defeated Gyarados and emerged victorious, cementing Leon's spot as the Monarch of the World Coronation Series.

 
Charizard and Leon against Lance and Gyarados

In the next episode, Charizard and Leon battled Ash and his Pikachu in an unofficial match. After both Pokémon Gigantamaxed, Charizard won using its G-Max Wildfire after being hit by a super effective G-Max Volt Crash from Pikachu. After the battle, Leon thanked Charizard for the work and told Ash that the next battle they have will be an official one.

In Toughing It Out!, Charizard went up against Raihan and his Duraludon. After a close match, with both Pokémon Gigantamaxing, Charizard ultimately won the battle.

In Sword and Shield: Slumbering Weald!, Charizard saved Ash and his Pokémon by defeating a Centiskorch that had Gigantamaxed unexpectedly and was rampaging in a small town in Galar. After Centiskorch was defeated, Charizard carried Leon across the region to deal with other Pokémon that had unexpectedly Gigantamaxed. The first Pokémon they encountered was a huge Pangoro.

In Sword and Shield: The Darkest Day!, Leon initially used Charizard to battle a Gigantamax Coalossal along with Ash's Pokémon while flying over a coal mine. However, Leon decided to switch to Dragapult so he could end the battle before it did any more damage.

 
Charizard protecting Lucario and Cinderace

In Sword and Shield: From Here to Eternatus!, Charizard took on Eternatus during the Darkest Day crisis. The battle continued in Sword and Shield... The Legends Awaken!, where Charizard finally managed to gain the upper hand and weaken Eternatus enough that Leon could throw an Ultra Ball. However, when Eternatus broke out of the ball, Charizard shielded Ash's Pikachu and Lucario as well as Goh's Cinderace from the blast, causing it to take serious damage. This forced Leon to recall Charizard to its Poké Ball.

In Meeting Up with the Monarch!, Leon used Charizard to battle Flint and his Infernape in a World Coronation Series match that it won without much difficulty. Later, Leon used Charizard in the first stage of his training with Ash, flying and dodging several trees that they found on the way and then climbing a waterfall. Charizard was seen again when Leon and Ash meet up with Sonia and Goh.

 
Charizard battling Alain's Charizard

In Curtain Up! Fight the Fights!, Leon used Charizard as his second Pokémon in his Masters Eight Tournament battle against Alain. It was briefly used to battle Alain's Charizard before battling Malamar, which it defeated. Charizard battled Alain's Charizard once more and, despite Alain Mega Evolving his Charizard, emerged the victor.

In It's Champion Time!, Charizard was one of the three Pokémon Leon used in his Masters Eight Tournament match against Diantha. Charizard battled Mega Gardevoir and despite Gardevoir using its Psychic move to control G-Max Wildfire to its advantage, Charizard was able to win after Leon made Charizard use another G-Max Wildfire to bust through the combination attack and strike Gardevoir. This allowed him to advance to the finals of the tournament.

 
Charizard against Pikachu in the finals

During preparations for the Full Battle between Leon and Ash in A Flood of Torrential Gains!, Charizard and Hop stayed with Leon in the locker room. Leon reminisced about his past as a child and the emotions he felt when battling with Charmander. In Paring Pokémon While Parrying!, Charizard was the sixth Pokémon Leon used in the battle, where it faced Ash's Pikachu. During the battle, Leon immediately Gigantamaxed Charizard, which caused Charizard to start gaining the upper hand in the battle. After Charizard's G-Max Wildfire clashed with Pikachu's 10,000,000 Volt Thunderbolt, cancelling out both moves while Charizard returned to its normal size and form, Eternatus ended up reawakening and appearing at Wyndon Stadium.

In Partners in Time!, Charizard was recalled in favor of Cinderace, which Leon Gigantamaxed; however, Charizard returned to the match after Pikachu defeated Cinderace. Initially gaining the upper hand in battle, Charizard and Pikachu found themselves at their limits when Leon commanded Charizard to merge with its moves, thus gaining a power overload. After a violent exchange of blows between Pikachu and Charizard, it seemed that Charizard had finally managed to defeat his opponent. Still, Pikachu woke up with more force, and both Pokémon decided to define the last blow with all or nothing. With both Pokémon at their limit, Charizard was finally defeated after both collided with each other. After the battle, Charizard joined its Trainer in congratulating Ash and Pikachu on their battle and victory in the Masters Eight Tournament.

Personality and characteristics

 
Charizard and Leon preparing to high five

As in the games, Charizard is Leon's ace, being used in virtually all of Leon's battles in the current World Coronation Series season without a single defeat until facing Ash. Charizard is also a powerful Pokémon, being able to defeat Pokémon belonging to Champions, such as Lance's Gyarados and Diantha's Gardevoir. Charizard is shown using a wide variety of moves, changing up its move set between battles to catch opponents off guard regardless of how much they prepared. After winning a battle, Charizard has a habit of firing a Flamethrower into the sky.

Charizard is very close with Leon, as seen when it gave its Trainer a high five after their victory over Lance. Charizard has been shown to share many of its Trainer's personality traits, as seen in Meeting Up with the Monarch!, where Charizard was having fun during flight training with Leon and Ash. In addition, Leon has a car modeled after Charizard.

As Leon's starter Pokémon, Charizard has been with him since the beginning of his journey and was present at different times in his Trainer's life. Leon often uses Charizard as a means of transport to get around between places. According to Leon in Just a Scone's Throw From Here!, he relies on Charizard to help him with his his poor sense of direction.

Charizard is also protective of other Pokémon, as seen in Sword and Shield... The Legends Awaken!, when it shielded Ash's Lucario and Goh's Cinderace from Eternatus, resulting in it taking damage.

Appearance

See also: Gigantamax
As a Charmander As a Charmeleon As a Charizard As a Gigantamax Charizard
       

Moves used

 
Using Dig
 
Using Ember
as a Charmander
Move First Used In
Flamethrower Flash of the Titans!
Air Slash  Flash of the Titans!
Fire Spin Flash of the Titans!
Thunder Punch Flash of the Titans!
Dragon Claw Toughing It Out!
Dig Toughing It Out!
Brick Break Toughing It Out!
Rock Tomb Sword and Shield: Slumbering Weald!
Flare Blitz Meeting Up with the Monarch!
Fire Blast  Curtain Up! Fight the Fights!
Ancient Power  Curtain Up! Fight the Fights!
Dragon Pulse  Curtain Up! Fight the Fights!
Ember Partners in Time!
Scratch Partners in Time!
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.
Max Moves and G-Max Moves used
 
Using Max Knuckle
 
Using Max Wyrmwind
Move First Used In
Max Lightning Flash of the Titans!*
Max Airstream Flash of the Titans!*
G-Max Wildfire Flash of the Titans!*
Max Knuckle Toughing It Out!*
Max Rockfall Paring Pokémon While Parrying!*
Max Wyrmwind Paring Pokémon While Parrying!*
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.
Moves improvised
Picture First Used In Moves Involved Partnered With
 
 
Partners in Time! Fire Blast None
Description: Similar to Dragonite Meteor, Charizard merges with Fire Blast, causing its body to become cloaked in a gigantic 大-shaped flame before charging at the opponent. When using this attack, Charizard assumes a more reddish-colored form, much like its Gigantamax form. This was used in the final clash between Charizard and Pikachu in the Masters Eight Tournament finals.

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 三宅健太 Kenta Miyake
English Kenta Miyake


Pokémon: Twilight Wings

 
Charizard Gigantamaxed in Pokémon: Twilight Wings

Charizard appeared in Letter, where it and Leon battled Bea and her Machamp in a televised battle in Wyndon Stadium. The Champion and his partner eventually emerged victorious. Charizard later appeared with Leon in a brief flashback Chairman Rose had while meeting John, a fan of Leon's.

In Training, Bea thought she saw Charizard in the Wild Area, only to realize it was actually a Rhydon. In Buddy, Hop watched a recording of one of Leon's battles with Charizard.

In Sky, Charizard was Leon's last Pokémon in his battle against Raihan, going up against his Gigantamaxed Duraludon. Charizard unleashed a G-Max Wildfire; however, Duraludon held back the inferno with Max Guard.

In The Gathering of Stars, Leon used Charizard in a battle against Mustard's Mienshao. The battle was well-balanced, and Mustard called it off before either Pokémon could deal much damage.

Moves used

 
Using Slash
Move First Used In
Flamethrower Letter
Slash Letter
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.
G-Max Moves used
 
Using G-Max Wildfire
Move First Used In
G-Max Wildfire Sky*
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

Pokémon Evolutions

 
Charizard in Pokémon Evolutions

Before the events of The Champion, Leon used Charizard as a last resort to face Eternatus. However, Leon failed to capture the Gigantic Pokémon, and Charizard was taken out of commission protecting Victor and Hop. During preparations for the Championship match against Victor, Charizard tried to lift Leon's spirits, as he was still shaken from the previous battle.

Personality and characteristics

Similar to its counterpart in the main anime, Charizard is protective of others, putting itself at risk to protect Hop and Victor. Charizard is also seen to have a strong bond with his Trainer.

Charizard is kept in an Ultra Ball.

Moves used

 
Using Fire Blast
Move First Used In
Fire Blast The Champion
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

GOTCHA!

 
Charizard alongside Leon and his other Pokémon in GOTCHA!

Charizard briefly appeared in GOTCHA!, battling Victor/Gloria's Cinderace.

Moves used
G-Max Moves used
 
Using G-Max Wildfire
Move First Used In
G-Max Wildfire GOTCHA!
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

In the manga

Pokémon Adventures

 
Charizard in Pokémon Adventures

History

 
As a Gigantamax Charizard in Pokémon Adventures
Pre-series

Prior to the events of the Sword & Shield arc, Leon used Charizard in his battle for the Champion Cup of Galar. This battle had such an impact on Sonia that she decided to pursue a new purpose in her life.

Sword & Shield arc

Charizard first appeared in Crackle!! Practice Battle, where it helped Leon herd a flock of Wooloo.

In Grrr!! Noble Kidnappers, Charizard was seen with Leon as he carried an unconscious Sonia. Shortly thereafter, Raihan borrowed Charizard to transport an injured Cabbie to a hospital in Hammerlocke.

In PASS26, Leon used Charizard to battle Dynamax Pokémon that were rampaging due to the Darkest Day. When Eternatus finally awakened and went out of control, Charizard teamed up with Pokémon from other Galar Trainers to fight it, but was easily defeated.

In PASS38, Charizard was seen being used by Leon to fly him and Marvin across the Isle of Armor.

In PASS41, Charizard battled against Eternatus again, but was easily overwhelmed.

Moves used

Charizard is implied to know a Fire-type attack due to the use of G-Max Wildfire.

G-Max Moves used
Move First Used In
G-Max Wildfire PASS26*
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

Pokémon Journeys: The Series

History

In Flash of the Titans!, Charizard defeated Lance and his Gyarados during the finals of the World Coronation Series.

In The Climb to Be the Very Best!, Leon used Charizard in a battle against Ash and Pikachu.

In Toughing It Out!, it defeated Raihan and his Duraludon in another World Coronation Series match.

In Sword and Shield... The Legends Awaken! (Part 1) and Sword and Shield... The Legends Awaken! (Part 2), Leon used Charizard to help Ash solve the Pokémon cases that were out of control in the Galar region. Later, Leon and Charizard teamed up with Ash and Goh's Pokémon to stop the Darkest Day.

Appearance

See also: Gigantamax
As a Charmander As a Gigantamax Charizard
   

Moves used

 
Using Brick Break
Move First Used In
Flamethrower Flash of the Titans!
Thunder Punch Flash of the Titans!
Dig Toughing It Out!
Brick Break Toughing It Out!
Rock Tomb  Sword and Shield... The Legends Awaken! (Part 1)
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.
Max Moves and G-Max Moves used
 
Using Max Knuckle
Move First Used In
Max Lightning Flash of the Titans!*
Max Airstream Flash of the Titans!
G-Max Wildfire Flash of the Titans!*
Max Knuckle Toughing It Out!*
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

In the TCG

This listing is of cards mentioning or featuring Leon's Charizard in the Pokémon Trading Card Game.

Related cards
Cards listed with a blue background are only legal to use in the current Expanded format.
Cards listed with a silver background are legal to use in both the current Standard and Expanded formats.
Card Type English
Expansion
Rarity # Japanese
Expansion
Rarity #
Charizard   Vivid Voltage   025/185 Amazing Volt Tackle   012/100
SWSH Black Star Promos   SWSH066      
 


Merchandise

Amazing Volt Tackle Pokémon Center & Pokémon Store Set

The Amazing Volt Tackle Pokémon Center & Pokémon Store Set (Japanese: 仰天のボルテッカー ポケモンセンター・ポケモンストアセット Amazing Volteccer Pokémon Center•Pokémon Store Set) was available to purchase from Pokémon Centers, Pokémon Stores, and the Pokémon Center Online upon the official release of Amazing Volt Tackle, the fourth Sword & Shield Era expansion, on September 18, 2020. This product includes two Amazing Volt Tackle booster boxes and accessories with exclusive designs:

The Leon Deck Case (Japanese: デッキシールド ダンデ Deck Case: Dande) and matching set of 64 Leon Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ダンデ Deck Shield: Dande) feature Galar Champion Leon and Charizard in Wyndon Stadium. The deck case can store 180 cards and comes with 2 card dividers.

Product images:

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Leon's Advice Trainer Card Collection

Another of the four Trainer Card Collections available from August 20, 2021 was the Leon's Advice Trainer Card Collection (Japanese: トレーナーカードコレクション ダンデの助言 Trainer Card Collection: Dande's Advice). This collection includes a card file and promotional Supporter card featuring artwork by Naoki Saito of Champion Leon enjoying a moment with his brother Hop. The Supporter card bears Leon's signature. The collection also includes a collector's guide, a Silver Lance booster pack, a Jet-Black Spirit booster pack, an Eevee Heroes booster pack, a Skyscraping Perfection booster pack, and a Blue Sky Stream booster pack.

Product images:

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Collection
Card File
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Vivid Voltage Theme Decks

Two Theme Decks were released alongside the Vivid Voltage expansion on November 13, 2020. The expansion focuses somewhat on Trainers from Pokémon Sword and Shield as they feature on a number of Supporter cards and are depicted in the art of their signature Pokémon. Two of these Pokémon formed the basis of the 60-card Theme Decks available: the Charizard Theme Deck and the Drednaw Theme Deck, which also respectively feature Champion Leon and Gym Leader Nessa. Each deck came with a deck box, damage counters and status markers, a coin, a playmat, a rules booklet, an information sheet, reference cards, and a code card for the Pokémon Trading Card Game Online.

Product images:

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December 2021 accessories

More TCG accessories were made available later in December 2021 from Pokémon Centers and the Pokémon Center Online.

Pokémon Trainers Off Shot! merchandise: The items released as part of this line utilize a detailed illustration by kirisAki that features an ensemble of key characters enjoying a Wyndon street fair "off camera". The TCG accessories were accompanied by other merchandise, such as badges, stickers, stationery, charms, and clothing. They were available first from the Pokémon Center Online on December 9 and were followed by a release in physical Pokémon Centers on December 11.

  • Pokémon Trainers Off Shot! Rubber Playmat (Japanese: ラバープレイマット POKÉMON TRAINERS Off Shot!)
  • Pokémon Trainers Off Shot! Collection File (Japanese: コレクションファイル POKÉMON TRAINERS Off Shot!) plus packs of ten Pokémon Trainers Off Shot! Collection Refill (Japanese: コレクションリフィル POKÉMON TRAINERS Off Shot!) sheets with similarly designed dividers

Product images:

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General merchandising

 
Leon and Charizard in in the Kotobukiya action figure

Charizard has appeared in several piece of merchandise along with his Trainer, ranging from toys, appearal, wallart and stickers. Charizard and Leon have been featured prominently in the Pokémon Trainers merchandise line along with several other characters from among the series.

Charizard appeared alongside Leon in the form of a Kotobukiya figure sold at the Pokémon Center.[1]

Gallery

Artwork

Standard

Merchandise

Raw TCG art

Game assets

Anime artwork

Trivia

Notes

  1. Can be female in the Battle Tower.
  2. Can be Solar Power in the Battle Tower.

References

Related articles

For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Charmander, Charmeleon, and Charizard.



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