The original Pokémon marbles. They are made of glass, and there were various colours of each of the first 251 Pokémon that were available. I’m trying to collect one of each colour of Moltres!
Again, trying to collect every colour available of these. These are called “Power Rollers”. They have a little metal ball inside them which allows them to slide across a flat surface.
A mini Moltres skateboard! I was lucky to get this one mint in packet.
This is an awesome playset of Fire Island. It includes a little model of the Fire Island shrine from Pokémon 2000. The Moltres figure that this comes with is really cute!
This was apart of a Burger King promotion where several Pokémon were turned into a plastic 3D card- when the card was pushed down on its base, it had an action such as lighting up or squirting water. The Moltres one makes a cry when pushed down.
Another Burger King promotion, this watch was released in a set with a few other Pokémon. Moltres makes a cry when the button on the side of the watch is pressed.
A Moltres PokéRom! It features Moltres puzzles and learning games.
A CD rom featuring the same mini-games and puzzles as the PokéRom.
A VHS video featuring the episode with Moltres in it.
A Moltres dice and box. On the right is a clear variant of the dice.
Another Moltres dice.
A dice box with Molres on it and Moltres artwork in the instructions. There wasn’t a Moltres dice inside though!
A set of smaller Moltres dice. It’s hard to tell, but each one is slightly different!
A small, plastic Pokédex case with Moltres on it and a Moltres sticker inside. Interestingly, the case opens backwards like Japanese books!
This is a Moltres 151 stamp made by Banpresto. As the name suggests, each of the first 151 Pokémon were given a stamp with a yellow base. The same models were used for the Mystery Pack Figures (see figures page).
A chibi Moltres stamp by Kyodo. There were a lot of Pokémon available form this set (possibly all of the first 251), and each had a red, green and blue base variant.
A Moltres stamp from the 8th Retsuden set.
A Moltres roller stamp by Tomy. It came in a set with the other legendary birds and Lugia. They make really nice patterns =3
This is a tiny rubber Moltres stamp. Each of the first 151 Pokémon had a stamp like this. They are made by RoseArt.
A Moltres eraser made by Tomy.
A Moltres Pokédex pencil. I think all the first 151 Pokémon got a pencil like this. It has a sprite of the Pokémon on it, and Pokédex information.
This is a Moltres paper-craft figure. Each part of Moltres was popped out of a paper sheet and stuck together.
Another unassembled Moltres papercraft.
Another Moltres model. Similar to the paper-craft, but made of foam.
A tiny put-together model made out of plastic. The models could be found in Frito-Lay potato chip packets for a short period of time.
A metal Moltres bottle-cap.
Another plastic bottle-cap. It has a hologram of Moltres flying on the top.
Moltres cookie! The cookie has since been eaten, but I kept the photo for the memory. It tasted like coconut! 8D
Two pieces of Moltres bubble-gum. I believe there was also a blue and green wrapping available.
A tiny, glass Moltres chopstick rest.
A Moltres deck box and divider. This came out around about the same time as FireRed and LeafGreen. It’s made by UltraPro.
Moltres Action Flipz. It changes pose depending on the angle you view it.
This is a Moltres Stacks card which is also a magnet, and a multi-language variant.
A French version of the Stacks card.
A metal Moltres tag. A lot of third generation Pokémon were also released in this series.
A metal stamp of Moltres. This is based off a real Moltres postage stamp.
A plastic Moltres pog that forms a sphere when connected with lots of other Pokémon pogs!
A very awesome official Moltres t-shirt.
An official Pokémon manga focusing on a story involving Blaine, Team Rocket and Moltres.
A film frame of Moltres from a Pokémon 2000 movie trailer.