Ninetales is a Fire-type of Pokemon and was originally found in the Kanto region. It was introduced in the I Generation. Ninetales is weak against Ground, Rock, and Water-type Pokemon and strong against Bug, Fire, Fairy, Grass, Ice, and steel-type Pokemon.

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Ninetales is a fox-like Pokemon that possesses nine tails, hence its name. Resembling the nine-tailed kitsune fox of Japanese folklore, they are mainly covered in sleek, luxurious golden-white fur, while the tips of their nine tails are orange. On top of their head is a large tuft of hair, similar to its pre-evolved form though much more unruly and spiky. It has sinister red eyes which give it the ability to psychically control the minds of people and Pokémon. Its ears are pointed and distinctly fox-like, and it has slender legs with three-toed paws and no visible flaws. The shiny version of Ninetales has silver-gray fur instead of its usual light cream fur, and its tails are tipped in blue.

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Ninetales has a max Combat Power (CP) of 2577 and evolves from Vulpix which costs 50 candy. The best moves of Ninetales are Fire Spin and Weather Ball.

Ninetales quick stats:

Base stats

Max CP: 2577

Attack: 169

Defense: 190

HP: 177

Strength:

Ninetales is boosted by Sunny weather. It is a strong Fire-type Pokemon.

Weakness:

Ninetales are vulnerable to Ground, Rock, and Water-type moves.

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Evolution:

Ninetales evolves from Vulpix.

Moves:

Ninetales best moves are Fire Spin and Weather Ball.