Heatmor is part of a one-member family.
- Heatmor was released at the start of A Unova Unveiling on September 16th, 2019.
- It is available only in Europe, Asia and Australia.
- Shiny form of Heatmor was released at the start of Pokémon GO Fest 2020 on July 25th, 2020.
|In wild since 2019 Sep 16Increased spawns in:
Ultra Unlock Part 2: Space: 2021 Aug 6 – 17 (worldwide)
Pokémon GO Fest 2020: Jul 25 – 26 (ticket only)
|1,368||Increased chance/Previously in:
7-km – Ultra Unlock Part 2: Space: 2021 Aug 6 – 17 (worldwide)
Native 5-km – 2019 Sep 26 – 2020 Oct 19
Best moveset for Heatmor
The green moves benefit from the Same Type Attack Bonus and deliver 20% more damage.
Heatmor is an anteater-like bipedal Pokémon. It has a brown face and red fur with yellow lines, giving it the look of molten lava. Raised, beige-colored bars that resemble pipes lead to its tail on its lower abdomen, back, and underside. Heatmor’s claws are a dull yellow on both its feet and hands, and its wrists have elevated, dented bands; both its wrists and feet are beige. Its tail is dented forward and has a hole in it, like a muffler. It also seems to serve the same function as a muffler, being able to evacuate gases while still taking in air.
Heatmor’s favourite target is Durant. Heatmor extrudes flames from its mouth and utilizes them as a tongue, letting it to burn through Durant’s steel bodies before devouring their insides. It absorbs air via the opening in its tail to keep its fire blazing. Heatmor will grow unwell if the hole becomes clogged. The hallmark move of Generation VII was Fire Lash.