Ninetales is a Fox Pokémon that is known better as a Fire-type Pokémon. It resembles a fox and is how it gets its name. It was introduced in Generation 1 and evolves from Vulpix. This quadruped creature has a shiny golden-white coat of fur which is thick and soft as well. It also has a total of nine tails, each of which ends in an orange tip. Around the Ninetales neck, there is a thick mane and on its head sits a fluffy crest made from soft fur. Its eyes are red and gleaming which help in mind controlling abilities. The creature has pointy, long ears and its legs are slender and long. It is one of the few Pokémon that understands the human language and is capable of living for 1000 years thanks to the magical powers in its tails.
The abilities of Ninetales includes Flash Fire with a hidden Snow Cloak ability.
Fire Spin and Feint Attack are the best Ninetales movesets. Overheat, Heat Wave and Solar Beam are some of Ninetales best sets and Ninetales best tactics.
Ninetales moves in Pokemon Quest
|Move name||Type||Attack||Cooldown, sec||Stone Slots||Description|
|Flamethrower||Fire||94||5||Wait Less Stone, Whack-Whack Stone, Broadburst Stone, Scattershot Stone, Stay Strong Stone||The user continuously breathes out long flames for a while. Deals damage to enemies as long as they remain in the flames. Sometimes burns enemies.|
|Charm||Fairy||0||3||Wait Less Stone, Whack-Whack Stone, Stay Strong Stone||The user makes surrounding enemies less wary with its cute behavior, often reducing the amount of damage they deal.|
|Flame Charge||Fire||0||5||Wait Less Stone, Whack-Whack Stone, Sharing Stone, Stay Strong Stone||The user stores up the power of flames, raising the damage it deals for a while.|
|Ember||Fire||109||7||Wait Less Stone, Whack-Whack Stone, Scattershot Stone, Stay Strong Stone||The user fires sparks in front of itself that split and run in three directions when they hit the ground. Deals damage to enemies they hit. Sometimes burns enemies.|
|Roar||Normal||0||2||Wait Less Stone, Whack-Whack Stone, Scattershot Stone||The user roars intensely, blowing away surrounding enemies.|
|Heat Wave||Fire||123||7||Wait Less Stone, Broadburst Stone, Scattershot Stone, Stay Strong Stone||The user exhales hot breath in front of itself, damaging enemies hit by it and sometimes burning them.|
|Will-O-Wisp||Fire||19||3||Wait Less Stone, Whack-Whack Stone, Broadburst Stone, Stay Strong Stone||The user drapes itself with sinister flames and attacks enemies directly in front of it. Often burns enemies.|
|Fire Blast||Fire||179||5||Wait Less Stone, Whack-Whack Stone, Scattershot Stone, Stay Strong Stone||The user sprays an all consuming fire on the ground, damaging enemies hit by it and sometimes burning them.|
|Solar Beam||Grass||227||7||Wait Less Stone, Whack-Whack Stone, Broadburst Stone, Scattershot Stone||The user gathers light and unleashes it in front of itself, dealing damage to enemies hit by it.|
|Confuse Ray||Ghost||0||3||Wait Less Stone, Whack-Whack Stone, Broadburst Stone, Scattershot Stone, Stay Strong Stone||The user exposes surrounding enemies to a sinister ray, often confusing them.|
How to get Ninetales in Pokemon Quest
Looking for a fire-type Pokemon and curious to know how to get Ninetales? It’s as simple as getting together a quick Ninetales recipe that includes ingredients like 3 Balm Mushroom and 2 Big Root. This recipe is known as Hot Pot a la Cube and can also be described as a lot of mushrooms and a little red.
How to evolve Ninetales in Pokemon Quest
While there are no further Ninetales evolution levels after exposing a Vulpix to a Fire Stone, this Pokémon does evolve further in Alola. By exposing the Alolan Vulpix to an Ice Stone, an Ice/Fairy version of Ninetales is created.