Did you get your Cinderace yet in Pokémon Scarlet & Violet? Here’s some stats

Azumarill to the rescue again

The first Cinderace weekend is upon us in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet, and it brings its huge stats and fighting Tera type along with it. Here’s a quick breakdown of its stats, and the loot you can gain from defeating it. For reference, my first takedown was with an Azumarill, with a team of three Slowbros.

Pokemon Scarlet & Violet Cinderace loot list

After taking down the 7-star Cinderace raid, I saw another gigantic loot explosion: similar to the one with Charizard. 7-star raids drop quite a few items, and here’s a preview of what you could earn.

Here’s what I got on my first clear (you can find the first-drop list directly above: note that this is not a set drop list):

  • Ability Capsule x 1
  • EXP Candy L x 39 (!)
  • EXP Candy XL x 4
  • Protein x10
  • Fighting Tera Shard x15
  • TM 064 x1
  • Ability Patch x1

And here is what I got on my second clear (directly above).

Pokemon Scarlet & Violet Cinderace moves and stats

As promised ahead of launch, this Cinderace is a fighting Tera type (which can be changed), and is a fire type normally. Clocking in at level 100, the 7-star Cinderace came with the following moves (and the Libero ability):

  • High Jump Kick (10/10)
  • Pyro Ball (5/5)
  • Acrobatics (15/15)
  • Iron Head (15/15)

And the following stats:

  • HP – 301
  • Sp. Atk – 149
  • Sp. Def – 186
  • Speed – 274
  • Defense – 186
  • Attack – 294

Does the Pokemon Scarlet & Violet Cinderace count as a Paldean Pokedex entry?

Just like Charizard, the answer seems to be no. After catching one (and hatching the family tree), my Pokedex remained the same.

If you want to keep track of the Cinderace events yourself, we have a full schedule here.

Chris Carter
EIC, Reviews Director - Chris has been enjoying Destructoid avidly since 2008. He finally decided to take the next step in January of 2009 blogging on the site. Now, he's staff!