Incineroar

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Super Smash Bros. character
Incineroar
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Game appearances
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (unlockable)
Special moves
Standard:  Darkest Lariat
Side:  Alolan Whip
Up:  Cross Chop
Down:  Revenge
Final Smash:  Max Malicious Moonsault

Incineroar is a Fire/Dark-type Pokémon that debuted in Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon. It is the final evolution of Litten, evolving from Torracat at level 34. In the English version of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Incineroar is voiced by H.D. Quinn, who has done voiceovers for the Pokémon Sun and Moon anime.

History[edit]

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate[edit]

SmashWiki article: Incineroar (SSBU)

Incineroar appears as an unlockable playable fighter in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Its debut trailer was paired with Ken Masters' trailer, where the two briefly fight on the Boxing Ring stage. Prior to openly revealing itself, it also briefly wore a white hoodie when attacking Ken. Incineroar is unique in that it poses after performing a special move, though this pose can be canceled at any point and thus does not affect the fight.

Classic Mode route[edit]

Burning Pro Wrestling Spirit!
Round Opponent(s) Rule Stage Song
1 Bowser Boxing Ring The Grand Finale
2 Ganondorf Molgera
3 Morton, Ludwig Team Battle
(Ally: Greninja)
Boxing Ring (Battlefield) Fortress Boss - Super Mario World
4 King K. Rool Gang-Plank Galleon
5 Donkey Kong Boxing Ring (Ω) Boss 2 - DK: Jungle Climber
6 Incineroar Battle! (Lorekeeper Zinnia)
Final Master Hand, Crazy Hand Team Battle
(Ally: Greninja)
Final Destination Master Hand / Crazy Hand

Names in other languages[edit]

Incineroar's page on other NIWA wikis:
Language Name Meaning
Japanese ガオガエン
Gaogaen
From 「ガオー」 (gaō), an onomatopoeia for roaring, and 「火炎」 (kaen), meaning "flame"
French Félinferno From félin (feline) and inferno
German Fuegro From fuego ("fire" in Spanish) and growl
Russian Инсинероар
Insineroar
Incineroar
Korean 어흥염
Eoheungyeom
From 어흥 eoheung (growl) and 염 (炎) yeom (flame)
Chinese 熾焰咆哮虎 (Traditional)
炽焰咆哮虎 (Simplified)
Chìyànpáoxiāohǔ
Literally "Blazing-Flame Roaring Tiger"