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User:PKMN Trainer Ryan/Mad Magmar's Magmortar

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Mad Magmar's Magmortar
マッドブーバーのブーバーン Mad Boober's Booburn
Poké Ball
Mad Magmar Magmortar.png
Mad Magmar's Magmortar
Debuts in A Young Royal Flame Ignites!
Caught at Alola
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location With Mad Magmar
This Pokémon is fully evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Magmortar Yūji Ueda H.D. Quinn

Mad Magmar's Magmortar (Japanese: マッドブーバーのブーバーン Mad Boober's Booburn) is Mad Magmar's only known Pokémon.


Magmortar debuted in A Young Royal Flame Ignites!, where it intervened in the match between the Masked Royal and his Incineroar against Mr. Electric and his Electivire. This interference caused Mr. Electric to get disqualified, but Mad Magmar then challenged the Masked Royal to a battle at tomorrow's main event.

The next day, as soon as the battle between Masked Royal and Mad Magmar began, the Revengers immediately resorted to dirty tricks by cutting the power so that their Poliwrath, Alolan Muk, and Alolan Golem could take advatage of the brief blackout to assist Magmortar in ganging up on Incineroar, while the Revengers themselves surrounded the Masked Royal. However, as Magmortar was ready to attack from the corner post, Ash's Torracat barged into the match and knocked Magmortar back, much to the surprise of the Revengers, allowing Incineroar to free itself during the distraction.

After the appearance of Mr. Electric and Viren, the match was reformatted into a tag team battle with the Masked Royal teaming up with Ash as "Ash Royal" to form the Double Royals to go up against Mad Magmar and Mr. Electric. The match began with Incineroar going up against Magmortar. Magmortar used Flamethrower, but Incineroar countered with Cross Chop. Then, Magmortar and Incineroar exchanged Karate Chop and Throat Chop respectively before Incineroar switched out with Torracat. Magmortar used Feint Attack to get Torracat to lower its guard, allowing Magmortar to strike and throw Torracat across the ring. Then, Magmortar tagged out with Electivre, and Torracat did the same with Incineroar not too long after.

Eventually, both sides tagged out again, with Magmortar facing off against Torracat again. Magmortar charged at Torracat for a Fire Punch, but Torracat leapt from the corner post and came down with a Fire Fang that knocked Magmortar back. However, Magmortar used the rope to bounce back towards Torracat and strike with multiple Karate Chop, forcing Torracat into the defensive. But then, Torracat managed to learn Revenge, using it to defeat Magmortar.

In Turning the Other Mask!, Magmortar once again fought Incineroar before being defeated. The next day, Mad Magmar and Magmortar intruded Masked Royal's meet-and-greet and held the audience hostage to force the Masked Royal to come out and battle them. Eventually, Faba confronted them, disguised as the Masked Royal, only to be quickly defeated. Molayne then had his Magneton cause a blackout, allowing Professor Kukui to retrieve his mask and become the Masked Royal. Magmortar tried to attack, but it was quickly defeated by Incineroar's Malicious Moonsault. Afterwards, Mad Magmar and Magmortar quickly fled the scene.

In SM129, Mad Magmar used Magmortar in the Battle Royal round during the Manalo Conference. It was defeated by Kiawe and his Turtonator.

Personality and characteristics

Magmortar is as ruthless as its Trainer, gladly following his orders to cheat in order to win. This can be seen in A Young Royal Flame Ignites!, where it attacked Incineroar while it was battling Mr. Electric's Electivire. This is also seen in Turning the Other Mask!, where it proceeded to hold the audience hostage whilst Mad Magmar demanded the Masked Royal to show himself.

Moves used

Mad Magmar Magmortar Feint Attack.png
Using Feint Attack
Move First Used In
Flamethrower A Young Royal Flame Ignites!
Karate Chop A Young Royal Flame Ignites!
Feint Attack A Young Royal Flame Ignites!
Fire Punch A Young Royal Flame Ignites!
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.


  • As translated by Meowth in the original Japanese version, Magmortar refers to itself with the masculine first-person pronoun "ore" (俺), implying that it is male.

Related articles

For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Magmortar.

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