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'''Flamethrower''' is [[Charizard (SSBB)|Charizard]]'s [[Neutral B]] attack. It appears visually similar to [[Bowser]]'s [[Fire Breath]], though with smaller flames and with longer range. It would appear that they have more priority over Bowser's, as they defeat Bowser's Fire Breath when faced upon one another. The stream of flames can be directed up or down by tilting the thumbstick in a particular direction. The flame dies down the longer the attack is used, however, it will never stop despite the flames becoming extremely small as long as the player keeps holding the B button. This move is fitting to Charizard (unlike [[Rock Smash]]), and can be said to be his signature move.
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'''Flamethrower''' is [[Charizard (SSBB)|Charizard]]'s and [[Bowser (SSBB)|Bowser]]'s [[Neutral B]] attack.The stream of flames can be directed up or down by tilting the thumbstick in a particular direction. The flame dies down the longer the attack is used, however, it will never stop despite the flames becoming extremely small as long as the player keeps holding the B button. This move is fitting to Charizard (unlike [[Rock Smash]]), and can be said to be his signature move.
   
 
==Origins==
 
==Origins==

Revision as of 18:18, December 7, 2008

Flamethrower

Flamethrower is Charizard's and Bowser's Neutral B attack.The stream of flames can be directed up or down by tilting the thumbstick in a particular direction. The flame dies down the longer the attack is used, however, it will never stop despite the flames becoming extremely small as long as the player keeps holding the B button. This move is fitting to Charizard (unlike Rock Smash), and can be said to be his signature move.

Origins

Flamethrower is a very common Fire attack in the Pokémon games and is used frequently due to its above average power and near-perfect accuracy. It is also Charizard's attack as a Poké Ball summon in the previous two Super Smash Bros. games.

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Charizard's Special Moves
Brawl SSBWU/3DS Ultimate
Standard Special Flamethrower
Side Special Rock Smash Flare Blitz
Up Special Fly
Down Special (Pokémon Change) Rock Smash (Pokémon Change)
Final Smash Fire Blast (of Triple Finish) Mega Evolution Fire Blast (of Triple Finish)
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