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Charmeleon

A Charmeleon.

Charmeleon (Rizaado in the Japanese) is the evolved form of Charmander. It has an enhanced tail flame and stats.

Type

Fire


Name

The name Charmeleon comes from the words Char and Chameleon, though Charmeleon is not a chameleon, it's more of a lizard, it seems Nintendo Europe named it Charmeleon. They could have called it Charguana, a play on the words Char and Iguana... It's an idea!


Video Games

Charmeleon evolves from Charmander at Level 16. The evolution chain for Charmeleon and above goes like this:

Evolution Chain

At Level 36 it evolves into Charizard.


Weaknesses, Resistances and Immunities

Weaknesses do double damage if one type is weak to the attack, and quadruple the damage if both types are. If one type is weak and the other is strong to the attack, then it does normal damage. If one type is strong to the atatck, then it does half the damage, and if both are, then it does a quarter of the damage.

Weaknesses

WATER (x2)

GROUND (x2)

ROCK (x2)

Resistances

FIRE (x0.5)

GRASS (x0.5)

ICE (x0.5)

BUG (x0.5)

STEEL (x0.5)

Immunities

NO IMMUNITIES


Learnable Moves

These are the moves Charmeleon can learn:

Level-Up Attacks

Level 1: Scratch

Level 1: Growl

Level 7: Ember

Level 10: Smokescreen

Level 13: Metal Claw

Level 17: Dragon Rage

Level 20: Rage

Level 21: Scary Face

Level 28: Fire Fang

Level 32: Slash

Level 39: Flamethrower

Level 43: Fire Spin

TM/HM Attacks

TM01 - Focus Punch | TM02 - Dragon Claw | TM06 - Toxic | TM10 - Hidden Power | TM11 - Sunny Day | TM17 - Protect | TM21 - Frustration | TM23 - Iron Tail | TM27 - Return | TM28 - Dig | TM31 - Brick Break | TM32 - Double Team | TM35 - Flamethrower | TM38 - Fire Blast | TM39 - Rock Tomb | TM40 - Aerial Ace | TM42 - Facade | TM43 - Secret Power | TM44 - Rest | TM45 - Attract | TM50 - Overheat | TM56 - Fling | TM58 - Endure | TM61 - Will-o-Wisp | TM65 - Shadow Claw | TM75 - Swords Dance | TM78 - Captivate | TM80 - Rock Slide | TM82 - Sleep Talk | TM83 - Natural Gift | TM87 - Swagger | TM90 - Substitute | HM01 - Cut | HM04 - Strength | HM06 - Rock Smash

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