This Blaziken is heavily based on the Blaziken that appears in Pokémon Type: Wild, using the same sprites and a similar, Ryu-inspired moveset; it also has a helper select at the beginning of each round that allows the player to select from three different helpers, or add 1000 Power to the meter. Blaziken's attacks are a little bit slow, however.
Much like the rest of Ðshiznetz's Pokémon characters, Blaziken is a six-button character that primarily functions as a four-button character, with (C) only being used in conjunction with (A) to charge Power, and (Z) being used for grabbing (which (Y) also does) and Meele hyper lvl3. Also like Ðshiznetz's Pokémon characters, Blaziken has a helper select at the beginning of each round that determines which helper will assist it during that round, or an option that adds 1000 Power to the meter.
In terms of actual gameplay, Blaziken is a pretty good all-round character with plenty of combos under its belt that can rack up large amounts of damage; that said, Blaziken's attacks are quite slow, meaning it may struggle to hit faster characters, let alone pull off a combo on them.
Blaziken does not have a custom A.I., so it uses the default provided by the M.U.G.E.N engine. As Blaziken needs to combo to emerge victorious, something the default A.I. doesn't do, it makes for an easy opponent.
Hovering the mouse cursor over the Command Input icons will display text that refers to the inputs set in M.U.G.E.N's Key Config.
Icons encased in square brackets [ ] require the respective button(s) to be held down. Hovering the mouse cursor over the gap displays the hold duration if applicable.