Blaziken is voiced by Katsuyuki Konishi and Carter Cathcart in the Japanese and English versions, respectively. Konishi and Cathcart previously provided the voice of May's Blaziken from the Pokémon anime series.
Blaziken will kick once at an upwards angle. Pressing the button again will cause Blaziken to kick again; the second kick not travelling as far but dealing more damage.
Blaziken only kicks once. Though not travelling a far distance, Blaziken's kick deals much more damage to foes.
Blaziken's first kick travels further, though neither kick deals any damage or knockback to foes.
Blaziken only kicks once, though travels slightly further. Blaziken's kick drags foes along with it, knocking them away at the end of the attack.
Down Special Move
Hi Jump Kick
Blaziken travels forwards at an incredibly speed, dragging fighters along with it until it explodes at the end of the attack. The explosion deals massive damage and knockback, but Blaziken takes recoil damage.
Blaziken does not travel as far and the attack deals less damage, but Blaziken explodes after making contact with a fighter.
Blaziken travels further, but deals less damage and knockback at the end of the attack. The amount of damage dealt is lessened so much that Blaziken no longer takes recoil damage.
Blaziken travels a very short distance at a downwards angle. The attack traps foes along with it, knocking them away with the explosion at the end of the attack. The explosion deals much more damage (and recoil damage), but very little knockback.
Blaziken temporarily transforms into Mega Blaziken, increasing its speed and damage output, while also disabling its ability to flinch. Mega Blaziken can only attack with standard attacks.
The victory fanfare used by characters of the Pokémon series in Super Smash Bros. Brawl and Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U is reused for Super Smash Bros. Strife. The fanfare is a cover of an excerpt of the Pokémon Red, Blue, Yellow, and Green Versions title screen theme.