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Heatran (Pokémon)

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In the manga
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{{Pokémon Infobox
==In the anime==
===In the main series===
[[File:Marcus Heatran.png|225px250px|thumb|left|Heatran in the {{pkmn|anime}}]]
====Major appearances====
Heatran made its debutdebuted in ''[[M12|Arceus and the Jewel of Life]]'', under the controlownership of [[Marcus]]. It was a powerful opponent, andbut it was eventually freed by {{AP|Pikachu}} after it chose to no longer fight for Marcus's cause.
 
Heatran made its animemain series debut in ''[[DP169|Pokémon Ranger: Heatran Rescue!]]''. It was being followed by {{ra|Ben}}, who was on a mission to capture it and protect it from a collapsing mountain.
 
A Heatran appeared in the Hoopa's Surprise Ring Adventures short ''{{DL|Hoopa's Surprise Ring Adventures|Heated Battle}}'', where it was summoned by {{an|Hoopa}} alongside a {{p|Slugma}}, {{p|Rapidash}}, and {{p|Magmortar}}; and they all used {{type|Fire}} attacks to set {{Ash}} and Pikachu on fire.
 
====Minor appearances====
AnotherA Heatran appeared in ''[[DP182|An Old Family Blend!]]'', makingunder the ownership of a {{pkmn|Trainer}} entering the [[Lily of the Valley Conference]]. This made it the first Legendary Pokémon to be entered by a Trainer in a formal competition.
 
Heatran appears during the introduction scenes of ''[[M13|Zoroark: Master of Illusions]]''.
 
A Heatran appeared in the Hoopa's Surprise Ring Adventures short ''{{DL|Hoopa's Surprise Ring Adventures|Heated Battle}}''.
 
Several images of aA Heatran wereappeared shownduring onthe [[Flamel]]'sopening computersequence inof ''[[M19M13|VolcanionZoroark: andMaster the Mechanicalof MarvelIllusions]]''.
 
====Pokédex entries====
 
===In Pokémon Generations===
[[File:Heatran PG.png|thumb|220px250px|Heatran in [[Pokémon Generations]]]]
A Heatran appeared in ''[[PG12|The Magma Stone]]''. It was awokenawakened by [[Charon]] and subsequently began rampaging inside of [[Stark Mountain]], but was calmed by [[Buck]] and resealed when he returned the [[Magma Stone]] to its original resting place on a stone altar.
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==In the manga==
[[File:Charon Heatran Adventures.png|thumb|230px|Heatran in [[Pokémon Adventures]]]]
===In the Arceusmovie and the Jewel of Life mangaadaptations===
Heatran appears in the Moviemanga 12adaptation mangaof adaption{{ma|Arceus and the Jewel of Life}}. It is one of the Pokémon under [[Marcus]]'s control, along with {{p|Bronzong}}. Marcus uses Heatran toin an attempt to kill {{pOBP|Arceus|M12}}, [[Damos]], {{Ash}}, and {{ashfr}}.
 
===In the Phantom Thief Pokémon 7 manga===
Heatran is one of the Pokémon [[Team Galactic]] used while attacking [[Sun Sun]] in ''[[P7-09|A World Covered In Darkness]]''. It was bested by [[Hiori]]'s {{TP|Hiori|Lucario}}]].
 
===In the Pokémon Adventures manga===
In Pokémon Adventures, Heatran is referred to as the "HeadLord of Stark Mountain." Heatran first appears in the {{chap|Platinum}} after [[Buck]] goes to [[Stark Mountain]] to try to prevent Team Galactic from getting to it first. However, after Buck removes the Magma Stone that sealed Heatran, [[Charon]] captures it and uses it to attack Buck. Charon takes Heatran to [[Eterna City]] to battle {{p|Regigigas}}, who had joined {{adv|Diamond}}'s team as [[Reg]]. The battle is interrupted when Charon decides to follow the rampaging {{p|Giratina}} back to the [[Distortion World]]. There, the battle between Heatran and Reg resumes, with the [[lake guardians]] assisting Reg. At the end of the arc, Buck announces that he would escort Heatran back to Stark Mountain. [[Cheryl]] and [[Mira]] agree to help. It first appeared in ''[[PS421|Clobbering Claydol]]''.
 
A Heatran appeared as a silhouette in a fantasy in ''[[PS430|Unplugging Rotom (Heat, Wash, Mow, Fan, Frost)]]''.
 
===In the Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Adventure! manga===
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{{Dex/Gen/2|gen=VI|reg1=Kalos|reg2=Hoenn}}
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{{Dex/Entry1|v=Y|entry=Boiling blood, like magma, circulates through its body. It makes its dwelling place in volcanic caves.}}
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{{Availability/Entry1|v=Ultra Sun|area=[[Ultra Space Wilds]] ({{DL|Ultra Space Wilds|Cave World}}) ([[List of in-game event Pokémon in Generation VII#Groudon|Only one]])}}
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====In events====
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{{eventAvail|{{gameabbrev7|M}}|Legendary Pokémon Celebration Heatran|American region|Online|60|March 16 to June 28, 2018|link=List of American region serial code event Pokémon distributions in Generation VII#Heatran}}
{{eventAvail|{{gameabbrev7|UM}}|Legendary Pokémon Celebration Heatran|American region|Online|100|March 16 to June 28, 2018|link=List of American region serial code event Pokémon distributions in Generation VII#Heatran}}
{{eventAvail|{{gameabbrev7|M}}|Legendary Pokémon Celebration Heatran|PAL region|Nintendo Network|60|March 1 to 24, 2018|link=List of PAL region Nintendo Network event Pokémon distributions in Generation VII#Heatran}}
{{eventAvail|{{gameabbrev7|UM}}|Legendary Pokémon Celebration Heatran|PAL region|Nintendo Network|100|March 1 to 24, 2018|link=List of PAL region Nintendo Network event Pokémon distributions in Generation VII#Heatran}}
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=====In-game events=====
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{{eventAvail|{{gameabbrev4|DPPtHGSS}}|Oblivia Heatran|Japanese|hide|50|March 18, 2010 onwards|link=List of game-based Pokémon distributions in Generation IV#Japanese Oblivia Heatran}}
{{eventAvail|{{gameabbrev4|DPPtHGSS}}|Oblivia Heatran|English|hide|50|October 14, 2010 onwards|American|link=List of game-based Pokémon distributions in Generation IV#International Oblivia Heatran}}
====By [[Move Tutor|tutoring]]====
{{learnlist/tutorh/7|Heatran|Fire|Steel|4}}
{{learnlist/tutor7nulltutor7|Bug Bite|Bug|Physical|60|100|20|||no|yes}}
{{learnlist/tutor7|Dragon Pulse|Dragon|Special|85|100|10|||no|yes}}
{{learnlist/tutor7|Earth Power|Ground|Special|90|100|10|||no|yes}}
{{learnlist/tutor7|Heat Wave|Fire|Special|95|90|10||'''|no|yes}}
{{learnlist/tutor7|Iron Defense|Steel|Status|—|—|15|||no|yes}}
{{learnlist/tutor7|Iron Head|Steel|Physical|80|100|15||'''|no|yes}}
{{learnlist/tutor7|Snore|Normal|Special|50|100|15|||no|yes}}
{{learnlist/tutor7|Stealth Rock|Rock|Status|—|—|20|||no|yes}}
{{learnlist/tutor7|Stomping Tantrum|Ground|Physical|75|100|10|||no|yes}}
{{learnlist/tutor7|Uproar|Normal|Special|90|100|10|||no|yes}}
{{learnlist/tutorf/7|Heatran|Fire|Steel|4}}
 
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* In the Japanese version of {{g|X and Y}}, two women in [[Lumiose City|Jaune Plaza]] mimic the sounds of Pokémon. One mimics the sound of a Heatran while the other compliments her. However, this is mistranslated in the English version to say that there is a Lava Dome Pokémon here in Jaune Plaza.
* Heatran has the lowest number of [[Egg cycle]]s of all Legendary Pokémon, with 10.
* Currently, Heatran is the only Pokémon not from [[Generation VII]] that cannot obtain its Hidden Ability.
 
===Origin===
Heatran is most likely based on volcanic remains. Its {{t|Steel}} type references how the {{wp|Earth's inner core}} is made of solid metal under immense pressure. It may be also based on a generic volcano monster: in the ancient mythologies of most cultures, the eruptions of volcanoes were explained by the presence of a fire monster living within it, often a {{wp|dragon}}. It may also be based on a turtle, as the {{game|Platinum}} [[Pokédex]] entry states that it is melted in parts because of its own heat. and inIn the artwork, bits of metal, which may possibly be a melted shell, can be seen on its body. Due to the fact that it crawls on the ceiling and learns the move {{m|Bug Bite}}, it may also be based on some larger variants of insects, particularly {{wp|cockroach}}es.
 
====Name origin====
 
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