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Reshiram ( Japanese: ???? Reshiram) is a dual-type Dragon/ Fire Legendary Pokémon introduced in Generation V.
It is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon.
Reshiram is the game mascot of Pokémon Black, appearing on the boxart.
Along with Zekrom and Kyurem, it is a member of the Tao trio, which exists in the legends of the Unova region.
Kyurem will become White Kyurem upon using the DNA Splicers to fuse with Reshiram.
Reshiram is a white-colored, bipedal Pokémon with draconic, avian and mammalian traits. A long, voluminous wispy mane streams out from the upper side of the snout and outwards from its head. The top of this mane is adorned with two protrusions which resemble ears. Reshiram’s face is fringed with spiky features, and it has a small, pointed extension below the chin. Its eyes have blue irises and black pupils. There are two pairs of pointed teeth visible when its mouth is open, one in the upper jaw and one in the lower.
Reshiram has a long and slender neck, with a fluffy, collar-like protrusion jutting out of two grey, glass-like neck-bands. Its arms begin slender and arm-like, but then flare out into a more wing-like appearance, sporting four claws which resemble hands on the leading edge. There are plates at the back of Reshiram’s “hands”, that sport a similar color to its neck rings. Reshiram has a feathered or furry feature on its chest, with the lower portion protruding outwards to a point. Long feather-like protrusions jut out of its thighs. On its feet are large gray claws, three at the front and one positioned at the back, resembling high heels. Reshiram’s tail is a mass of plume and ribbon-like extensions, surrounded by two large bands, similar to the ones around its neck.
Reshiram has a jet engine-like tail, which it uses to accelerate itself when flying at high speeds. It can send flames from its tail into the air to incinerate everything around it. By flaring its tail, Reshiram is capable of moving the world’s atmosphere and changing the weather. This tail generator is also activated when influenced by either Fusion Bolt or Bolt Strike, which in turn powers up Reshiram’s own Fusion Flare or Blue Flare. In Unova mythology, Reshiram sided with the older brother who sought the truth. As a result, it firmly believes in truth.
In the anime
In the main series
Reshiram appears with a major role in the Best Wishes! Season 2: Episode N arc. It was first seen in N’s flashback in . N had a flashback of his youth, a moment when he had been at his castle, which, along with its surroundings, had been on fire at the moment. He saw Reshiram appearing before him, and kept looking at it as it flew away. It was later seen in another flashback in Secrets From Out of the Fog!, rebelling against Ghetsis and Team Plasma by burning down N’s Castle during a ceremony involving N, Ghetsis and the Seven Sages.
Reshiram appeared in White-Victini and Zekrom and Black-Victini and Reshiram. In the former, it is controlled by Damon, while in the latter, it is controlled by Ash. Along with Zekrom, Reshiram can speak through telepathy.
A Reshiram appears in the second XY series movie, Hoopa and the Clash of Ages. One hundred years prior to the events of the movie, it was summoned by Hoopa alongside a Zekrom and Regigigas. The three fought Hoopa in Dahara City but were easily defeated and sent back through portals to their original homes.
Reshiram made its debut in a brief cameo in the opening of In The Shadow of Zekrom!.
A Reshiram appeared in a fantasy in New Places…Familiar Faces!
A Reshiram appeared in a dream in Farewell, Unova! Setting Sail for New Adventures!.
In Pokémon Generations
N was seen with a Reshiram in The King Returns. He used it to try and stop Ghetsis and Kyurem from freezing Unova, but Ghetsis fused the two Pokémon to breed White Kyurem before N could act.
In the manga
In the movie adaptations
Reshiram is a major character in White-Victini and Zekrom. Likewise, it appears in the manga adaptation of the film by Momota Inoue.
In the Be the Best! Pokémon B+W manga
A Reshiram appears under the ownership of Monta.
In the Pokémon Adventures manga
Black owns a Reshiram after awakening it from the Light Stone.
In the Pokémon BW: The Heroes of Fire and Thunder manga
In order to stop N’s rule over Unova, Shin seeks out, is recognized as a hero by, and befriended by Reshiram.
In the Pocket Monsters B2 W2 ~ A New Legend ~ manga
Hiro owns a Reshiram in which it was responsible for the defeat of Team Plasma.
In the Pokémon RéBURST manga
Fraud, a leader of Great Gavel has a Reshiram in which he can use as a Burst form.
Reshiram appears on the Unova Pokémon League stage. When it appears, it starts a fire on the stage, damaging fighters.
By setting its torch-like tail ablaze, this Pokémon can heat the atmosphere and change the weather. In fact, legend has it that Reshiram’s flames are capable of incinerating the world itself, so perhaps the world’s continued safety is a sign of its goodwill. Reshiram is said to help those who seek to build a world of truth.
In side games
Side game data
Reshiram and its counterpart Zekrom are based on the concept of yin and yang in Taoism, directly referenced by Reshiram’s Japanese species: the White Yang Pokémon. According to Ken Sugimori, Reshiram has a light, airy, feminine design to contrast to Zekrom’s tough and masculine design. While the white design matches Reshiram’s yang species names (yang being characterized by light), its feminine design contrasts with yang (yang being characterized as masculine). In both versions of the 14th movie, however, Reshiram speaks with a distinctly male voice. Reshiram’s tail, the center point of its design, is based on an electric turbine. Appearance-wise, it resembles a mix of animals, including a bird, a pterosaur, and a wyvern. The crest on its head and its feathers resemble smoke trails, as well as white fire, which can burn up to temperatures of 1,500 °C (2,730 °F). The mythology about how Zekrom and Reshiram came about, regarding two brothers infighting, also bears some similarities to Romulus and Remus or Cain and Abel.
Reshiram is derived from ? shiro (white). Ken Sugimori has also stated that Re was used because it was a softer sound than Zekrom’s Ze, as Reshiram is a less physically powerful character.
In other languages
Language Title Meaning
Contains ? shiro
Transliteration of Japanese name
Transliteration of Japanese name
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