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Meyer's Blaziken
リモーネのバシャーモ Limone's Bursyamo
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Meyer's Blaziken
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As a Mega Blaziken
Debuts in Kalos, Where Dreams and Adventures Begin!
Caught at Unknown
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location With Blaziken Mask
This Pokémon is fully evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Blaziken Katsuyuki Konishi Carter Cathcart

Meyer's Blaziken (Japanese: リモーネのバシャーモ Limone's Bursyamo) is a Pokémon owned by Meyer under his Blaziken Mask identity.


Blaziken Mask and Blaziken

Blaziken first appeared in Kalos, Where Dreams and Adventures Begin! in its Mega-Evolved form. It stood on a flight control tower sometime after Ash arrived in Kalos with Alexa. It leaped off the tower and onto the ground. Ash took notice of it and then quickly disappeared in a flash.

It reappeared in Lumiose City Pursuit! where it quickly caught Ash and Pikachu midair in its Mega Evolved state as they were about to fall to their deaths off of the Prism Tower, with Ash recognizing the Mega Blaziken from before. It set them both safely on the ground. Blaziken leaped away and then returned to its Trainer on the rooftop of another building, He congratulated it right before they left.

Blaziken made another appearance in Clemont's Got a Secret!, where it stood on the rooftop of Clemont's house alongside Blaziken Mask. Both of them leaped around Lumiose City afterwards.

In Mega-Mega Meowth Madness!, Blaziken arrived with Blaziken Mask to damage Team Rocket's Mega-Mega Meowth Machine since Pikachu and Chespin had trouble handling it on their own. Mega Blaziken went in for Flamethrower to burn the mecha, and Pikachu and Chespin finished them off with Electro Ball and Thunderbolt. Mega Blaziken was then seen standing on a tree branch alongside Blaziken Mask.

In Confronting the Darkness!, Blaziken Mask and Mega Blaziken arrived when Team Rocket captured both Clembot and Dark Clembot. It used Flamethrower out of nowhere on the trio. Mega Blaziken used Flare Blitz to free the captive robots and then Blaze Kick to defeat Team Rocket. Mega Blaziken reverted to its normal form afterwards. Following Belmondo's defeat at the hands of Clemont and arrest, Blaziken ran off with its Trainer with Alexa going after them, wanting to talk to Blaziken Mask. Blaziken stood on the rooftop with Blaziken Mask, apparently losing Alexa.

In Garchomp's Mega Bond!, Blaziken Mask arrived to where Team Rocket's mecha was forcing Garchomp to Mega Evolve and had his Mega Blaziken stop them in which it did by kicking the machine. Mega Blaziken reverted to its normal state when Blaziken Mask gave Professor Sycamore a Key Stone. Afterwards, it worked with Pikachu and Garchomp to blast off Team Rocket.

It appeared again in A Towering Takeover! where it helped in the fight against Team Flare. Blaziken attacked one of the roots that appeared from the ground.

In Coming Apart at the Dreams!, Blaziken fought alongside Clemont's Pokémon against Bryony's Liepard and Aliana's Druddigon.

In The Right Hero for the Right Job!, Blaziken stood alongside Blaziken Mask while he protected Bonnie from a possessed Squishy.

Blaziken reappeared in Rocking Kalos Defenses! alongside Blaziken Mask.

In Forming a More Perfect Union!, Blaziken fought alongside the Kalos Gym Leaders against the Giant Rock in its Zygarde form. It then helped Ash and Alain get to the Giant Rock's core to rescue Chespie.

It appeared again in Till We Compete Again!, during a flashback.

Personality and characteristics

Blaziken was shown to care about people, as seen when it rescued Ash and Pikachu from falling off of Prism Tower. Blaziken also didn't want too much attention, a trait shared with its Trainer, as it leaped away every time in public areas. It was shown to be very strong as it had very little trouble handling Team Rocket.

Blaziken has good jumping skills since it was easily able to jump from one building to another without any trouble.

Moves used

Using Blaze Kick
as a Mega Blaziken
Move First Used In
Flare Blitz Lumiose City Pursuit!
Flamethrower Mega-Mega Meowth Madness!
Blaze Kick Confronting the Darkness!
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

Related articles

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