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Pyroar (Japanese: カエンジシ Kaenjishi) is a dual-type Fire/Normal Pokémon introduced in Generation VI.
It evolves from Litleo starting at level 35.
Pyroar is a quadrupedal, leonine Pokémon. It is mostly dark brown with light brown legs, tail tip, chest, and face. It has a rounded muzzle with a dark brown nose, round ears with dark brown interiors, bright blue eyes, and a dark brown stripe behind each eye. The fur around its thighs is longer and each paw has three toes. There is a tuft of longer fur on the tip of its tail. A male Pyroar has a large, predominantly red mane with gold streaks forming pattern resembling the Daimonji symbol (大) and the symbol for fire (火). In contrast, a female has a long, gold and red crest-like mane extending from its forehead. The female's mane is as long as its whole body, and the light brown on its front legs extends all the way to its shoulders. The light brown fur on the male's front legs only extends up to its elbows.
Pyroar lives in prides, which are led by the male with the largest mane. The pride's females protect the cubs. A male Pyroar is usually lazy, but will protect its friends at the risk of its own well-being. Pyroar viciously threatens any challenger with a fiery breath exceeding 10,000 degrees Fahrenheit (6,000 degrees Celsius). However, it prefers its meat raw and does not use its breath on its prey. In the past, Noble Roar was its signature move.
A male Pyroar debuted in Mega Evolution Special II, under the ownership of Lysandre. He made further appearances in the rest of the Mega Evolution Specials, and later in the main series episodes From A to Z! and Coming Apart at the Dreams!, with the former marking the species' main series debut. He was mostly seen outside of its Poké Ball.
Four Pyroar appeared in A Fiery Rite of Passage!, with three of them being female and one being male; this marked the debut of Pyroar's female form. The male Pyroar forced one of Litleo to leave their pride to become more independent, but kept an eye on it. It eventually allowed Litleo to find its independence and live outside the pride.
A female Pyroar appeared in Battling With a Clean Slate!, under the ownership of Alvin. She battled against Clembot, who used Magneton, and lost.
A male Pyroar debuted in Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction, under the ownership of Astrid. He was the first Pokémon she used in her battle against Ash, and he lost to Pikachu's Electro Ball.
Lysandre's Pyroar appeared in The Beauty Eternal. He was seen accompanying Lysandre during his announcement of the Holo Caster, using Flamethrower on him to showcase its hologram functionality. He often appeared outside of his Poké Ball.
Manabu used a male Pyroar in Let's Play the Pokémon Card Game XY!.
Team Flare scientist Aliana owns a female Pyroar in PS550. This Pyroar is later revealed to be Malva's after she resumed to her active duty.
Team Flare's Boss Lysandre owns a male Pyroar, which first appeared in PS559.
A male Pyroar appears in the background of the Kalos Pokémon League stage. Pyroar appears in the Blazing Chamber along with other Fire-type Pokémon, namely Tepig, Blaziken, and Infernape.
NA: The cute Litleo with a red tuft of fur evolves into the majestic-looking Pyroar. Male Pyroar have huge, fiery manes. In the wild, the male with the largest mane of fire becomes the leader. Female Pyroar have long manes and will fiercely protect the pride's cubs.
PAL: Litleo, that adorable little Pokémon with a red tuft of fur, evolves into the majestic Pyroar. Males have huge fiery manes, and the one has the biggest mane is the leader of the pride. Females, on the other hand, have long, flowing manes and play the vital role of protecting the pride's cubs.
Pyroar is based on a lion. The style of its fur, in particular the spiked areas on its limbs and tail, is more than likely a reference to stylized lions in heraldry and coat of arms while the male's mane resembles escutcheons which would bear heraldic lions. The yellow pattern on the mane of a male Pyroar is similar in shape to the Daimonji, a bonfire lit during the Japanese festival Gozan no Okuribi in the shape of the symbol 大 (meaning great or large). The shape also resembles the kanji for fire (火), as written in certain (often calligraphic) styles. Its gender ratio also resembles lion prides, which consist of one primary male lion, several females, and one or two lesser males.
Pyroar may be a combination of pyr- and roar.
Kaenjishi is a combination of 火炎 kaen (flame) and 獅子 shishi (lion).