Raican

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Raican
Raican.png
Normal Luma
General Details
No. 059
Type fire
Evolves from Raize
Technical details
Gender Ratio

85% male, 15% female
Catch Rate 90
Traits Prideful
Motivator
FreeTem! Reward Pansuns
TV Yields
HP STA SPD ATK DEF SPATK SPDEF
2 2
Physical details
Height
195cm / 76.77"
Weight
125kg / 275.63lbs
Cry Raican Audio
Catching details
Locations Evolution

Raican (#059) is a fireFire Type Temtem.
It evolves from Raize after 25 levels and is the final evolution of Raiber.

Appearance & Personality[edit | edit source]

Raican is the final evolution of Raiber, and evolves from Raize, as such, it is heavily inspired by lions. It has a thick, orange-red mane around a stern, intense, lion-like face. It has large, powerful paws, each ending in three short claws. Its ears poke free from its mane, and it has long fierce yellow eyebrows. Its snout and muzzle are thick, and its mane extends below the muzzle like a beard. Its mane is much thicker than that of its previous evolution, Raize, seemingly to imply increased authority and power.

As the Tucmani legend goes, at the beginning of time, Tucma and Kisiwa were one single fire plain where huge herds of Raican ran wild and free, flame and Temtem being one until the Archipelago cooled and these noble creatures emigrated underground.

Base Stats[edit | edit source]

Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP:
77
137 - 239 260 - 465
STA:
49
38 - 79 57 - 140
SPD:
60
55 - 136 101 - 262
ATK:
77
68 - 149 126 - 290
DEF:
77
68 - 149 126 - 290
SPATK:
51
48 - 128 87 - 246
SPDEF:
50
48 - 127 86 - 245
Total:
441
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 TVs and SVs of 1.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 500 TVs and SVs of 50.

Type Matchup[edit | edit source]

neutral
fire
water
nature
electric
earth
mental
wind
digital
melee
crystal
toxic
-
1/2
2
1/2
-
2
-
-
-
-
1/2
-
* This table indicates how much damage Raican takes from each type.


Evolution[edit | edit source]

Raican is the final form of a three stage evolutionary line. It evolves from Raize after leveling up 25 times which evolved from Raiber after leveling up 15 times.

Raiber.png
Raiber
HP57
STA35
SPD42
ATK40
DEF61
SPATK59
SPDEF38
3_High


+15 Levels

Raize.png
Raize
HP66
STA46
SPD40
ATK46
DEF74
SPATK69
SPDEF43
3_High


+25 Levels

Raican.png
Raican
HP77
STA49
SPD60
ATK77
DEF77
SPATK51
SPDEF50


Techniques[edit | edit source]

List of Techniques Raican Learns by Leveling
Lvl Name Type Class Damage Stamina Hold Priority
1 Scratch neutral Physical 20 4 0 2_Normal
4 Sand Splatter earth Physical 35 7 0 2_Normal
7 Fire Flame fire Special 45 7 0 2_Normal
10 Roar neutral Status - 10 2 2_Normal
15 Fierce Claw neutral Physical 71 13 0 2_Normal
19 Embers fire Physical 63 15 0 2_Normal
25 Fire Tornado fire Special 145 22 2 2_Normal
37 King's Roar neutral Status - 24 3 2_Normal
48 Meteor Swarm fire(+fire) Physical 75 25 1 1_Low

  • Italic indicates a technique that gets STAB when used by Raican
  • (+ unknown) indicates the technique has Synergy with the type shown in parentheses


List of Techniques Raican Learns through Technique Courses
TC# Name Type Class Damage Stamina Hold Priority
16 Held Anger neutral Physical 130 12 3 1_Low

  • Italic indicates a technique that gets STAB when used by Raican
  • (+ unknown) indicates the technique has Synergy with the type shown in parentheses

List of Techniques Raican Learns through Breeding
Name Type Class Damage Stamina Hold Priority
Rampage neutral(+melee) Physical 65 26 1 1_Low

  • Italic indicates a technique that gets STAB when used by Raican
  • (+ unknown) indicates the technique has Synergy with the type shown in parentheses

Location[edit | edit source]

Raican is currently unavailable in the wild. The only way to obtain one is by evolving a Raize.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Raican's name comes from the combination of the words raion (Lion in Japanese) + volcan.
  • Raican was first revealed via Twitter.[1]
  • Raican was the first Temtem to be revealed on social media that was directly stated to be a third stage evolution.[2]

Gallery[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]