Blitziboom is a large Pokémon based off of fireworks. It has a long white tail with a light yellow cartoon-y explosion at the tip, four large bolt-shaped appendages; the two larger ones are orange and the two smaller ones are cyan, and a large cartoon-y explosion-shaped head that's white on the inside with two cyan eyes and black pupils and a small w-shaped mouth. The outer part of its head has multiple colors, with the colors being red, light yellow, green and pink; the back of its head also has a white six pointed star in the middle.
Battles between Blitziboom illuminates the whole might sky. Even if it's raining a Blitziboom at full power would simply blow away the rain clouds with ease.
Every battle between two Blitziboom completely illuminates the night sky. Even if it's raining outside, a fully powered Bliztboom will easily blow the rain clouds away.
Wild Blitziboom are found in the grass at the Victory Isle.
Shiny Coloration Differences
For Shiny Blitziboom, the light yellow turns light cyan, the orange turns blue, the bright cyan turns pinkish-purple, the red turns blue, albeit in a lighter shade than the orange, the green turns a paler yellowish-green, and the pink turns green.
Battles between Blitziboom illuminates the whole night sky. Even if it is raining, a Blitziboom at full power would simply blow away the rainclouds with ease.
Prior to Version 1.0.1, Blitziboom uses Geodude's cry.
Blitziboom and its Evolutionary line have a unique type combination, not counting alternate forms.
If alternate forms are counted, however, Heat Rotom is the only official Electric/Fire-type Pokémon.
Blitziboom was called Blitzawork in the Demo.
In its old design, Blitziboom didn't have a tail, its face was yellow with white eyes that had cyan irises and white pupils, its smile was a simple curved shape, all four of its bolt-shaped appendages were yellow, and the rest of its cartoon-y explosion-shaped head was red, white, cyan and light green.
Blitziboom is based off of a firework.
Blitziboom's name comes from a combination of the words Blitz and boom. Meanwhile, its old name, Blitzawork, comes from a combination of the words Blitz and firework.