Burned

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Burn, also known as Burned, abbreviated to BRN is a Status Effect.

Main Series[edit | edit source]

Generation I[edit | edit source]

The Pokémon Burned will lose 1/16 of full HP each turn. The Attack of the Pokémon will also be halved. If a Pokémon's Attack is modified somehow, the game will ignore the halved attack.

A skull and crossbones appears over the Pokémon when losing health.

Generation II[edit | edit source]

The Pokémon now loses 1/8 of the total health. Attack is also halved like before.

A flame appear under the Burned Pokémon.

Generation III[edit | edit source]

Same as in Generation II.

A flame appears under the Burned Pokémon.

Generation IV[edit | edit source]

Same as Generation II.

A flame appears under the Burned Pokémon.

Generation V[edit | edit source]

Same as in Generation II.

A flame appears on the head and torso of the Pokémon. The Pokémon glows red in battle.

Causes[edit | edit source]

Moves[edit | edit source]

  • Ember - 10% chance of Burning.
  • Scald - 30% chance of Burning.

Abilities[edit | edit source]

  • Flame Body - Causes a Burn when a physical move makes contact.

Items[edit | edit source]

  • Flame Orb will burn the Pokémon holding it at the end of the turn.

Cures, Immunity, and Prevention[edit | edit source]

Items[edit | edit source]

  • Burn Heal
  • Full Heal
  • Full Restore
  • Old Gateau
  • Casteliastone
  • Heal Powder
  • Sacred Ash
  • Lava Cookie
  • Ice Berry
  • Kuo Berry
  • Rawst Berry
  • Lum Berry
  • Miracle Berry

Moves[edit | edit source]

Abilities[edit | edit source]

  • Natural Cure
  • Shed Skin
  • Hydration
  • Healer
  • Leaf Guard
  • Heatproof
  • Water Veil
  • Magic Guard

Types[edit | edit source]

  • Fire-type Pokémon cannot be burned, unless their type is changed.

Console Series[edit | edit source]

Pokémon Stadium[edit | edit source]

The Pokémon Burned will lose 1/16 of full HP each turn. The Attack of the Pokémon will also be halved.

Pokémon Stadium 2[edit | edit source]

The Pokémon Burned will lose 1/8 of full HP each turn. The Attack of the Pokémon will also be halved.

Pokémon Battle Revolution[edit | edit source]

The Pokémon Burned will lose 1/8 of full HP each turn. The Attack of the Pokémon will also be halved.

Side Games[edit | edit source]

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series[edit | edit source]

When Burned, the Pokémon will lose 5 HP for the next 20 turns, and its attack will be halved. They can also be Burned by ways other than moves. They can be Burned through a Lava tile, if they are not Fire-Type or have Levitate and do not have All Terrain Walker. Burns can also be healed by stepping on a Water Tile.

Certain Items can also be used to burn opponents.

Pokémon Ranger[edit | edit source]

Burn is a field move in this game.

My Pokémon Ranch[edit | edit source]

A toy known as "Bonfire" can burn Pokémon and Mii's. Fire-type Pokémon cannot be burned, though.

Anime[edit | edit source]

  • In Going, Going, Yawn, Ash's Treecko is burned by Flannery's Slugma's during a gym battle.
  • During Evolving Strategies!, during a battle in which Ash's Pikachu was burned when using a Quick Attack against Paul's Magmortar due to its Flame Body ability.
  • While Barry's Hitmonlee was fighting Paul's Ursaring during their battle at the Lily of the Valley Conference in the episode Casting a Paul on Barry! Hitmonlee managed to hit Ursaring with its Blaze Kick causing a burn; however this also activated Ursaring's ability, Guts causing a swift defeat to Hitmonlee.
  • In Familiarity Breeds Strategy! during the full battle between Ash and Paul at the Lily of the Valley Conference, Ash's Infernape managed to burn Paul's Aggron using Flare Blitz.
  • During the conclusion of the full battle between Ash and Paul at the Lily of the Valley Conference in Battling a Thaw in Relations!, Ash's Gliscor manages to burn Paul's Drapion with its Fire Fang, causing it to faint due to the previous damage it had already sustained.

Manga[edit | edit source]

Pokémon Adventures[edit | edit source]

In Chapter 247: VS. Kyogre & Groudon, Brawly's Machoke is Burned by Illusions created by Mack's Slugma.

Ginji's Rescue Team[edit | edit source]

In Chapter 2: I Want to be Human Again!, Ginji and Mudkip find a Xatu predicting the future. To get his attention, Ginji uses Flamethrower, Burning it.

Gallery[edit | edit source]