Magmar

Flame Body
Enemies' contact moves have a 30% chance to burn them. Halves the amount of steps required to hatch Eggs.
Type Tier
Fire UU
Level 100 Statistics (see level 5, 50, 100)
Min- Min Max Max+
HP
65
- 271 334 -
Atk
95
203 226 289 317
Def
57
135 150 213 234
SpA
100
212 236 299 328
SpD
85
185 206 269 295
Spe
93
199 222 285 313

Overview

Magmar is inferior to Typhlosion in almost every way; its only advantages are some fairly useless moves in Barrier, Cross Chop, and Confuse Ray. While it is a good option for a UU team, don't expect it to achieve much of anything in OU.

Name Item Nature

Mixed Sweeper

Leftovers Mild
Moveset EVs
~ Flamethrower / Fire Blast
~ Cross Chop / Focus Punch
~ ThunderPunch
~ Hidden Power Grass / Hidden Power Ice
64 Atk / 252 SpA / 192 Spe

Cross Chop will only 2HKO Blissey and Snorlax if it lands a critical hit or is backed up with lots of Spikes support, but it can at least negate Curse boosts and finish off weakened ones.

The recommended spread beats out Adamant Heracross, but if running Hidden Power Ice, use 204 Speed EVs and a Hasty nature to outspeed Salamence. Good Speed numbers to hit are 270 and 300. Aside from this, maximize Special Attack, then put the rest into Attack to power up Cross Chop or Focus Punch.

Other Options

Thief and Toxic can slow down Water-types. Sunny Day also helps Magmar against the aforementioned Water-types, but is not really worth a moveslot as most Water-types still beat it without SolarBeam. The combination of Barrier + Counter can be used to surprise and KO Pokemon with Earthquake; such variants should invest heavily in HP.

Checks and Counters

Water-type Pokemon, such as Suicune, Starmie, and Milotic, are its main counters. Swampert is problematic if Magmar lacks Hidden Power Grass, Gyarados if it forgoes ThunderPunch, and Salamence and Flygon if it does not go with Hidden Power Ice.