Quilava: Moveset, Location, Evolution, Weakness and more


Quilava is a Fire-type Pokémon. It is also known as ‘Volcano‘ Pokémon. A Quilava Evolution happens from Cyndaquil. The name, Quilava is originated from the fusion of two words, ‘Quill’ meaning sharp needle, and ‘lava’ meaning magma. This Pokémon is blue in colour from the top and cream colour from the bottom. This Pokémon has a beaver-like figure and is capable of standing on its rear legs. It has 3 digits on its limbs.

It has fire on the rear part of its head, drawn-out till its forehead and on the bottom part of its body. It has small triangular shaped ears with red-coloured inner part and has small snout and a pair of red eyes. A Quilava turns its back towards its opponents to manifest its vigorous fire burning on its back. In spite of having such vigorous fire, it’s not a weakness for Quilava as this Pokémon doesn’t hurt itself as it has fireproofed fur, as a result, Quilava can withstand any fire stack against it. It is introduced in Generation 2. You must be eager to know more about Moveset and weakness of Quilava, so here we go:

About Quilava

  • National No.: 156
  • Japanese Name: Magmarashi
  • Height and weight: 0.9 m or 2’011” and 19.0 kg or 41.9 lbs
  • Ability:
    • Blaze
    • Flash Fire (hidden ability)
  • Local No.:
    • 005 (Gold/ Silver/ Crystal)
    • 005 (Heart Gold/ Soul Silver)
  • Catch Rate: 45 (5.9% with Poke Ball)
  • Base Friendship: 70
  • Base Experience: 142
  • Growth Rate: Medium Slow
  • Egg Group: Field
  • Gender: 87.5% male, 12.5% female
  • Egg Cycles: 5140 to 4884 steps


  • HP: 58
  • Attack: 64
  • Defence: 58
  • Special Attack: 80
  • Special Defence: 65
  • Speed: 80
  • Total: 405

Quilava: Status, Location, Evolving Method, Uses and moreMoves Learned by Quilava

Quilava Moveset makes it possible to make the Pokemon to be capable of withstanding fire attack against and dodging while blazing its opponent in the fire.

Moves learned by level up

Here’s the Moveset for Quilava after levelling up through different stages:

1 Leer NORMAL Status 100
1 Smokescreen NORMAL Status 100
1 Tackle NORMAL Physical 40 100
6 Smokescreen NORMAL Status 100
10 Ember FIRE Special 40 100
13 Quick Attack NORMAL Physical 40 100
20 Flame Wheel FIRE Physical 60 100
24 Defense Curl NORMAL Status
31 Swift NORMAL Special 60
35 Flame Charge FIRE Physical 50 100
42 Lava Plume FIRE Special 80 100
46 Flamethrower FIRE Special 90 100
53 Inferno FIRE Special 100 50
57 Rollout ROCK Physical 30 90
64 Double-Edge NORMAL Physical 120 100
68 Burn Up FIRE Special 130 100
75 Eruption FIRE Special 150 100

Moves learned by TM

TM Move Type Category Power Accuracy
01 Work Up NORMAL  Status
05 Roar NORMAL  Status
06 Toxic POISON  Status 90
10 Hidden Power NORMAL  Special 60 100
11 Sunny Day FIRE  Status
17 Protect NORMAL  Status
21 Frustration NORMAL Physical 100
27 Return NORMAL Physical 100
31 Brick Break FIGHTING Physical 75 100
32 Double Team NORMAL  Status
35 Flamethrower FIRE Special 90 100
38 Fire Blast FIRE Special 110 85
40 Aerial Ace FLYING Physical 60
42 Facade NORMAL Physical 70 100
43 Flame Charge FIRE Physical 50 100
44 Rest PSYCHIC Status
45 Attract NORMAL Status 100
48 Round NORMAL Special 60 100
50 Overheat FIRE Special 130 90
61 Will-O-Wisp FIRE  Status 85
87 Swagger NORMAL  Status 85
88 Sleep Talk NORMAL  Status
90 Substitute NORMAL  Status
93 Wild Charge ELECTRIC Physical 90 100
96 Nature Power NORMAL  Status
100 Confide NORMAL Status

How to Find Quilava?Quilava: Status, Location, Evolving Method, Uses and more

Pokémon Locations
Gold/ Silver/ Crystal Evolve Cyndaquil
Ruby/ Sapphire/ FireRed/ LeafGreen Trade
Emerald Evolve Cyndaquil
Diamond/ Pearl/ Platinum Trade
HeartGold/ SoulSilver Evolve Cyndaquil
Black/ White/ Black 2/ White 2 Trade
X/ Y Trade
Omega Ruby/ Alpha Sapphire Evolve Cyndaquil
Sun/ Moon Evolve Cyndaquil
Ultra Sun/ Ultra Moon/ Let’s Go Pikachu/ Let’s Go Eevee Trade
Sword/ Shield Location not yet Available

How to Evolve?

Cyndaquil’s fire family consists of 3 Pokémon.

A Quilava evolves from Cyndaquil at Level 14. It further evolves to Typhlosion at Level 36.

How Useful is My Quilava?

Quilava is a fire-type Pokémon. Quilava Weakness are towards Ground-type, Rock-type, and water-type Pokémon but has resistance to Bug-type, Steel-type, Fire-type, Grass-type, Ice-type, and Fairy-type Pokémon.

During Pokémon Gym battles, Quilava’s Ember and Flamethrower are powerful.

For more details visit the official Pokemon page for Quilava Evolution.

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