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What is a good moveset for Blaziken?

6 votes

Fire punch-stab getting stronger with sunny day

sunny day-boost

solarbeam-charged with sunny day (coverge)

shadow claw\night slash-high critical hit ratio (coverge)

it seems good but im not sure it will be the right moves
so is this moveset good ?

Blaziken Learnset

asked Dec 17, 2010 by charizard
edited Jul 1, 2011 by DarkTyphlosion
Blaziken (M) @ Leftovers
Trait: Speed Boost
EVs: 4 HP / 252 Atk / 252 Spd
Adamant Nature (+Atk, -SAtk)
- Protect
- Baton Pass
- Blaze Kick
- Hi Jump Kick
flame charge for dw blaziken?
Blaziken @Life Orb
Trait: Blaze
EV: 4SAtk/252Atk/252Spe
Jolly Nature (+Spe, -SAtk)
-Flare Blitz
-Hi Jump Kick
-Stone Edge
-Brave Bird
What's your opinion?
OK, but Blaziken should be used for speed boost, and if it has speed boost replace stone edge for protect. If you can't get speed boost, than that moveset is pretty good.
What about Mega Blaziken?

27 Answers

10 votes

Blaziken has nearly equal attacking stats, so why not use Flamethrower or Heat Wave over Fire Punch? The difference will be incredibly Minuscule. If your Blaziken has a nature that supports the use of Physical moves, though, then give it Blaze Kick, since it's a little stronger, and has a high Critical Hit rate.

I also agree that Sunny Day shouldn't be there, seeing as Blaziken has no Defense and cannot set up. Replace it with Stone Edge or Thunderpunch for coverage against Flying-types.

Since you can't set up Sunny Day for Solarbeam, don't keep it. Instead, take advantage of that Fighting-subtype and give Blaziken Sky Uppercut for reliable STAB that can hit cheap Flying-types who try to take to the sky.

Finally, Night Slash or Shadow Claw cover the same weakness, Psychic, so get one of them. Overall, this was a fair moveset!

For an item, give Blaziken either a Wide Lens or Zoom lens. Wide Lens will give Uppercut, Stone Edge, and Blaze Kick 10% more Accuracy. A Zoom Lens will up the Critical Hit Rate of Stone Edge, Blaze Kick, and Night Slash / Shadow Claw to about 38%; over 1/3 of the time!

answered Dec 18, 2010 by ~-~WILL~-~
edited Dec 19, 2010 by trachy
For Night Slash and SHadow Claw, you have to decide whether Fighting reisting it or Normal being immune is worse.
6 votes

Blaziken really doesn't have the speed to set things up. So I don't think he should have sunny day, he just doesn't have the defenses for it. He is strong in both offensive stats, so hidden power (grass) could be a replacement. If you want to use him in gen V when he has the speed boost ability, this might work a bit better, you could even use protect to stall for a few turns to boost up his speed.

answered Dec 17, 2010 by DarkTyphlosion
6 votes

Blaziken:@Air Balloon or Focus Sash or Leftovers
Nature: Adamant
Ev's 252 Atk 252 Spd 4 Hp

Ability: Speed Boost

Moveset:

Hone Claws - Stats, and goes amazingly with this set

Blaze Kick - Not perfect accuracy, but has good power and a chance to flinch

Hi Jump Kick - Awesome power, but lacks accuracy, that is fixed by hone claws

Stone Edge or Earthquake - More Hone Claws abuse, or good coverage

Role: Physical Sweeper

answered Jun 7, 2011 by Josh
This is my set :)
3 votes

Why no one mentioned the counter Blaziken?

Blaziken@Focus sash

Trait:Speed boost

Nature:Adamant/Jolly

Evs:252Atk, 252 Speed

  • Blaze kick
  • Counter
  • Protect
  • Shadow claw/Night Slash

Strategy: Well, due to Blaziken's small defenses he'll survive the first hit hanging on his focus sash. Generaly with 80 spedd it attacks 2nd so it will unleash a powerfull counter. Speed boost raises his speed so at the next turn he'l be faster than the opponent pokemon and re-use conter and faint it. Protect is here if the opponent throws out a pokemon which has really higher speed than Blaziken, like Deoxys etc. It will survive this turn, raise its speed and at the next turn where he is speeder he will attack. Blaze kick is here for another STAB and shadow claw/night slash for coverage.

answered Jun 7, 2011 by GAMEBEATER
You do realize Counter has negative priority right? (Yes, I know I'm commenting on a 2 year old post)
3 votes


Item: Evolite
Abilty: Speed-Boost
Nature: Adamant/Jolly
Role: Bulky Sweeper


Bulk-up: Boost your Attack and Defense
Brick-break: STAB
Flare-blitz: STAB and all out power
Shadow-Claw/Rock-slide: Coverage over Psychic Types/ Coverage over Flying Types


I have found this guy surprisingly effective(I got my old computer to work long enough to test him on PO) he even held his own against a couple of OU Pokemon(not saying he should be used in OU obviously). He is a nice and Bulky sweeper.

answered Oct 18, 2011 by Speed freak
edited Mar 1, 2012 by Speed freak
Evolite? Blaziken can't evolve again.
3 votes

Blaziken @ Lefties

Trait: Speed Boost

EVs: 252 Atk / 4 Def / 252 Spd

Jolly Nature (+Spd, -SAtk)

  • Protect
  • Swords Dance
  • High Jump Kick / Baton Pass
  • Stone Edge / Brave Bird / Shadow Claw

Protect is a speed boost. Swords Dance brings up Atk to insane levels if your opponent can't take him down fast enough. High Jump Kick / Baton Pass will give STAB, or a +6 Spd / Atk ExtremeKiller. Shudders Stone Edge / Brave Bird / Shadow Claw all provide coverage, go BB if you use Baton Pass.

answered Dec 6, 2012 by Nindzya
This answer....is epic!
inb4gothitelle :P
Baton Pass can't be used with Speed Boost, I believe.
Not that it's banned, it's an Egg Move that only Aipom and Ambipom can give you, and you can't have it with Blaziken's DW Ability. Or is that just for Combusken..?
It can.
Oh, it can? Ah well. Curse you, Combusken. ><
Actually it can't.
2 votes

Stone Edge: Deals with Flying types.

HP Ice: Type coverage against Ground, Flying, and Dragon type foes.

Fire Blast: With mixed stats, Blaziken needs its most powerful non-Overheat/Blast Burn STAB.

Superpower: Same as with Fire Blast, but Physical.

You can also use HP Electric to deal with Water and Flying types, but you don't get that Dragon coverage. Vacuum Wave is powerful priority under Blaziken. You also might feel tempted to use Focus Blast, but it isn't the best idea.

answered Dec 18, 2010 by trachy
2 votes

Blaze kick
braze bird
thunder punch
ki jump kick

answered Mar 16, 2011 by blaziken
2 votes

Gen V

Blaziken (M) @ Air Balloon
Trait: Speed Boost
EVs: 4 HP / 252 Atk / 252 Spd
Adamant Nature (+Atk, -SAtk)
- Protect
- Baton Pass
- Blaze Kick
- Hi Jump Kick

answered Apr 28, 2011 by trachy
is it possible to have that move set trachy?
No, it's not possible to have a Blaziken with Speed Boost and an egg move, which would be Baton Pass in this case. It's banned in OU, in any case.
2 votes

DW Blazekin

EVs: 252 Speed, 252 Attack, 6 hp

Nature: Jolly/Adamant

Item: Focus Sash


Hone Claws/S-dance: The talons of a Chicken (O.O)

Blazekick/Fire punch: STAB

Hi-Jump-Kick/brick break: STAB

Baton-pass: Great with speed boost enables it to sweep or pass great attack and speed


answered Jul 13, 2011 by Speed freak
2 votes

Combusken (M) @ Focus Sash

Trait: Speed Boost

EVs: 252 Atk / 252 SAtk / 4 Spd

Naive Nature (+Spd, -SDef)

  • Protect
  • Overheat
  • Brick Break
  • Shadow Claw

Standard set for NU - RU, not MC.

Protect gets this guy's speed up a notch, and he still has his Focus Sash to fall back on, although I would consider him to be a better lead-killer.
Overheat knocks out a lot of opponents for the OHKO there, not a lot in the lower tiers that can take it neutral. Brick Break takes down dual screeners and such, with some nice Physical Fighting type STAB might I add. And Shadow Claw makes for some neat coverage, mostly for taking out Psychics, and Ghosts after 1 Overheat.

answered Oct 13, 2011 by Josh
2 votes

my blaziken:
nature: hasty (due to defense still being good enough)
ability: blaze (no torchic in dream world yet)
moves:
hi-jump kick (stab)
blaze kick (stab+critical or i might go for flare blitz)
bulk-up (covers hasty defense loss)
brave bird (against other fighting types)
what should i get to bench brave bird? earthquake or stone edge?
role: quick powerful physical beast

answered Oct 23, 2011 by GliscorPWNS!
What's the item it's holding?
i personally don't rely on items that much. but maybe either a flame plate to boost blaze kick (i might replace it with flare blitz) or a life orb. if i can get my bleedin' hands on one. :L
Items can be the difference between victory and loss.
hmm...good point. i might give it the berry that raises speed in a pinch (idk the name) cuz i dont have a speed boost blaziken.
2 votes


Blaziken (F) @ Life Orb

Trait: Speed Boost

EVs: 4 HP / 252 Atk / 252 Spe

Adamant Nature (+Atk, -SpA)

  • Protect
  • Swords Dance
  • Hi Jump Kick
  • Flare Blitz/Shadow Claw

Protect is used to get the Speed Boost, reliably.
Swords Dance can be used to set up, but it needs a pretty good chance to do it.
Hi Jump Kick is good STAB move.
Flare Blitz can be paired with Groudon for very good power and is STAB. Shadow Claw is used to get perfect neutral coverage alongside Hi Jump Kick while also hidding Giratina, Flare Blitz is usually the better option though.

answered Mar 1, 2012 by Hex
2 votes

Blaziken moveset for 4th gen (pokemon diamond pearl platinum heartgold and soulsilver)

Blaziken is a attack killer so he needs to be adamant nature (+attack)
A very good moveset for this amazing pokemon is

-Blaze kick,because it's a physical attack and adamant nature have more power in physical attacks plus this move has a good critical hit ratio and if blaziken have low hp and blaze kick will boost by 50%

-ThunderPunch, yes thunderpunch is an amazing move for this pokemon for a lot of reasons. 1st reason its obvious, its supereffective for flying and water type pokemons. secont is a physical attack with a good ratio.

-superpower/sky uppercut, superpower its a very powerfull fight attack bud if you are woried becouse it lowers attack and defence then sky uppercut is a very good fighting move too.

-stone edge/earthquake/shadow claw/night slash/vacuum wave.
i know there are four moves.all of them are good for blaziken for some reasons
-stone edge can be good for flying and fire type pokemon bud its accuracy its very low.
-earthquake is very helpfull for blaziken its powerfull that can K.O many pokemon's.
-shadow claw or night slash are in my opinion the best choise.it can beat psyhic types and ghost types.pick up whatever you like better shadow claw is ghost type and night slash dark type.
-vacuum wave is a fighting move that always hit first.you can switch it with superpower or skyuppercut bud its not so powerfull so if you want this move better putt it like the 4th move and not the fight move.

thats a good moveset for blaziken and my blazikens moveset is

-blaze kick
-thunderpunch
-superpower
-shadow slash
adamant nature
:)

answered Aug 24, 2012 by blaze kicker
1 vote

Blaziken @ Razor Claw/Scope Lens

  • Blaze Kick
  • Night Slash/Shadow Claw
  • Stone Edge
  • Slash/Focus Energy/Brick Break

OR

Blaziken @ Shell Bell

  • Flare Blitz
  • Brave Bird
  • Brick Brreak/ Hi-Jump Kick
  • Giga Impact/ Bulk Up

(These movesets were made with gen4 in mind)

answered Oct 24, 2011 by TheMyrMan
1 vote

I like to teach mine Blaze Kick due to STAB and the high-critical hit ratio, Sky Uppercut for STAB and due to the fact it can hit a foe using Fly or Bounce, Shadow Claw to combat it's weakness to Psychic and it's high-critical hit ratio, and last but not least ThunderPunch to combat it's Flying and Water weakness.
Also have it hold a Wide Lens to upgrade accuracy 10% to make Blaze Kick and Sky Uppercut hit about 99% of the time instead of the normal 90%. Or you could have it hold a Razor Claw or Scope Lens to raise it's critical hit ratio one level.

answered Jul 19, 2012 by magicjfan
1 vote

Physical Sweeper

|Shiny Blaziken|

Blaziken (M) @Leftovers/Expert Belt
Trait: Speed Boost
Nature: Adamant (+Atk. -Sp. Atk.)
EV's: 252 Spd. 252 Atk. 6 Hp.

  • Thunder Punch
  • Fire Punch
  • Brick Break
  • Bulk Up/Swords Dance
answered Aug 7, 2012 by Hyper Flares
edited Aug 7, 2012 by Pokemaster
Thanks Poke'master ;)
0 votes

Nobody mentioned a Special Baziken?

Well, then, I'll put that fact to rest.

I'mTheMan (Blaziken) (M) @ Focus Sash
Trait: Blaze
EVs: 4 HP / 252 SAtk / 252 Spd
Modest Nature (+SAtk, -Atk)
- Agility
- Heat Wave/Flamethrower/Fire Blast
- Focus Blast
- Hidden Power [Grass]

Agility deals with that low base 80 Speed. At the end of the first turn, He's got +3 Speed. Heat Wave is for Power STAB, Flamethrower is for accuracy STAB, Fire and Focus Blast is Xtra-Power STAB. I prefer Heat Wave of the three fire moves. Use Focus Blast only in times of Dire need. Hidden Power covers Water and Ground and Rock sometimes better than Focus Blast.

P.S. Replace Blaze for Speed Boost and Agility with Solar Beam and HP Grass for HP Rock for this set in Sun.

answered Dec 6, 2012 by [MEGA]StellarLucario
edited Dec 7, 2012 by [MEGA]StellarLucario
You have Speed Boost to deal with low Speed........................
lol why Agility...?
Well...It had a kinda shallow special movepool....I thought something else would help. Maybe Blaze could be better??
0 votes

Blaziken (M) Focus Sash/Lum Berry
Trait: Speed boost
Evs: 4 HP/ 252 Atk/ 252 Speed
Jolly Nature (+Spd, -SAtk)

-- Hone Claws
-- Hi Jump Kick
-- Blaze Kick
-- Dual Chop

Pretty simple. Hone Claws ups the Accuracy of your moves while also boosting your Attack. Hi Jump Kick and Blaze kick are STAB moves. Dual Chop covers Dragons.

answered Feb 6, 2013 by Soundwave
0 votes

This is a sweeper Blaziken

Ability:Speed boost
Nature:Naive(+Spd, -SDef)
Item:Muscle band/Leftovers
Hone claws- Higher attack and accuracy
High jump kick- Makes greater damage and has a better chance to hit with Hone claws
Blaze kick- Makes greater damage and has a better chance to hit with Hone claws
Vacuum wave- Priority move
Every attacking move also have STAB damage

answered Feb 21, 2013 by Nr755
edited Mar 2, 2013 by Pokemaster