Incineroar (JP) is the Fire/Dark type Pokémon from the Alola region, introduced in the seventh generation games, Pokémon Sun and Moon. It is the final evolution of Litten. He also appears as a playable character in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

Physiology and Behavior

Incineroar is a muscular bipedal feline creature that behaves like a wrestler. It has red fur with black strips with its chest being gray. Large tufts of red hair extend from the side of its head. Its eyes are green with a yellow sclerae. Around its waist is a flaming organ resembling a championship belt. Called the Heel Pokémon, it has a showman-like behavior.


Main Pokémon games

Super Smash Bros. series

Incineroar makes his debut in the Super Smash Bros. series as a newcomer in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. He plays like a heavy grappler with his moves being slow but powerful. Its specials include

In the anime

In-game Information

Pokédex Entries

Title Entry
Seventh Pokémon generation
Pokémon Sun This Pokémon has a violent, selfish disposition. If it's not in the mood to listen, it will ignore its Trainer's orders with complete nonchalance.
Pokémon Moon After hurling ferocious punches and flinging furious kicks, it finishes opponents off by spewing fire from around its navel.
Pokémon Ultra Sun Although it's rough mannered and egotistical, it finds beating down unworthy opponents boring. It gets motivated for stronger opponents.
Pokémon Ultra Moon When its fighting spirit is set alight, the flames around its waist become especially intense.

Game Locations

Title Location(s)
Seventh Pokémon generation
Pokémon Sun
Evolve Torracat
Pokémon Moon
Evolve Torracat


Reach Level 17
Reach Level 34
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Base Stats

Base Stats
HP 95
Attack 115
Defense 90
Sp. Attack 80
Sp. Defense 90
Speed 60
Total 530


Main article: Incineroar/moveset


  • Unshō Ishizuka provided the Japanese voice for Incineroar in Ultimate before his unexpected passing on August 13, 2018. Ishizuka recorded all of his voice clips for the game before his death.[1]
    • Inexplicably, Incineroar's Japanese voice clips are much more muffled and lower in quality than other languages, especially given how they appear to be in a much higher quality in the Japanese version of its reveal trailer. This is likely because Ishizuka was not able to return for ADR before his passing, resulting in them having to use the voice clips in the way they originally were.
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