Pokédex Entries.

In this section, you can find all of Cyndaquil's entries in the Pokédex. Cyndaquil was part of the second generation of the series, so there are quite a few entries featuring it. These will be sorted by generation, and then by game title. Please see below, starting with the second generation of games.

Generation II.

Gold

It is timid, and always curls itself up in a ball. If attacked, it flares up its back for protection.
Silver

It usually stays hunched over. If it is angry or surprised, it shoots flames out of its back.
Crystal

The fire that spouts from its back burns hottest when it is angry. The flaring flames intimidate foes.


Generation III.

Ruby/Sapphire


Cyndaquil protects itself by flaring up the flames on its back. The flames are vigorous if the Pokémon is angry. However, if it is tired, the flames sputter fitfully with incomplete combustion.
Emerald


It flares flames from its back to protect itself. The fire burns vigorously if the Pokémon is angry. When it is tired, it sputters with incomplete combustion.
FireRed

It usually stays hunched over. If it is angry or surprised, it shoots flames out of its back.
LeafGreen

It is timid, and always curls itself up in a ball. If attacked, it flares up its back for protection.


Generation IV.

Diamond/Pearl
Platinum
It has a timid nature. If it is startled, the flames on its back burn more vigorously.
HeartGold

It is timid, and always curls itself up in a ball. If attacked, it flares up its back for protection.
SoulSilver

It usually stays hunched over. If it is angry or surprised, it shoots flames out of its back.


Generation V.

Black/White
Black 2/White 2
It has a timid nature. If it is startled, the flames on its back burn more vigorously.


Generation VI.

X

It is timid and always curls itself up in a ball. If attacked, it flares up its back for protection.
Y

It has a timid nature. If it is startled, the flames on its back burn more vigorously.
Omega Ruby
Alpha Sapphire

Cyndaquil protects itself by flaring up the flames on its back. The flames are vigorous if the Pokémon is angry. However, if it is tired, the flames sputter fitfully with incomplete combustion.