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Fire Type Pokémon

Fire Type Pokémon are one of the eighteen different Types in Pokémon Go. Fire Pokémon are strong against Bug, Grass, Ice, Steel Types, but are weak against Ground, Rock, Water Types.
There are a total of 12 Different Fire Type Pokémon in Pokémon Go.
There are a total of 10 Pure Single Fire Type Pokémon in Pokémon Go.
There are a total of 2 Dual Fire Type Pokémon in Pokémon Go.
Fire Offensive Type EffectivenessAll Pokemon Types
Fire Type Moves are Super Effective Against:
XFire Type Moves are Not Very Effective Against:
Fire Defensive Type Effectiveness
These Types are Not Very Effective Against Fire Pokémon:
XThese Types are Super Effective Against Fire Pokémon:
Fire Type Pokémon
#PicNameType 1Type 2
#004
CharmanderFire
#005
CharmeleonFire
#006
CharizardFireFlying
#037
VulpixFire
#038
NinetalesFire
#058
GrowlitheFire
#059
ArcanineFire
#077
PonytaFire
#078
RapidashFire
#126
MagmarFire
#136
FlareonFire
#146
MoltresFireFlying

12 comments :

Carson Quinene said...

Were would you find charmanders? Lol, I really need the candy

Jerry Hutchison said...

I have caught one at Walmart as well as a vulpix and ponyta. My friend also evolved eevee into a jolteon there as well, and twice at I evolved mine into a Flareon at home.

Christian Portwood said...

but where do you live like area wise because some people live in really green states where the weather is normaaly cool

Christian Portwood said...

like myself

Jerry Hutchison said...

I live in Arkansas

Jerry Hutchison said...

But I have heard that you could also check by fire related places like fire dept., maybe fire hydrants or something like that too.

Anonymous said...

I live in Florida, and there aren't any more fire types running around like you might expect. Even when it's 90+ degrees outside. I got a Vulpix, but that was randomly.

UtherSRG said...

It's questionable as to where Fire types are found. Supposedly in residential areas, and this is very true for me, but I live in the Sonoran desert in Arizona. So maybe it's mostly in desert areas.

Anonymous said...

I can confirm it has nothing to do with the weather. It broke 100 and I've still never seen any fire types around MD.

Anonymous said...

Yeah I'm looking for Charmanders too. I'm also looking for vulpix growlithes & ponytas. Fire pokemon are my fav & Charmanders/Charmeleon/Charizard is my all time fav even with all the new gens.
I live in Florida so it's rare to find them.
From the ones I've caught they have been in the park so that's where I always go. I also found one near a Hispanic food restaurant downtown St Pete (no joke) idk maybe he loves spicy food hehe so idk maybe try those.
I've also researched and others have said you can look near dry/arid places (hot), gas stations (oil), anywhere there are ground/Rock type (they like some of the same environment) mountains (because they can fly) & beaches (because sand/heat)
The best bet for inland ppl is to go dry/arid mountains or the park and coastal ppl to go to parks and beaches.
Sorry that was long. Good luck everyone.

Anonymous said...

I read in a news paper that fire types can be found at gas stations.

Anonymous said...

i have a charizard now and i can say iv found most of my fire types by the water ironically . i found them mostly around bournemouth and poole more so bournemouth im guessing because its near the beach.

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