Pokemon Weakness Chart: Resistance And Strength!
Similar to earlier Pokémon games, Pokémon Go features a large range of Pokémon, each with its own unique set of strengths and weaknesses. In this Pokémon Go post, we’ll go over how Pokémon variations function as well as a table to assist you in deciding what’s good vs. what.
Recognizing Pokémon’s benefits and drawbacks is necessary for both plundering and combat. Try to make sure your Pokémon’s move sets are efficient against the opposition if you want to cause as much destruction as possible. Let’s look at the Pokémon weakness chart.
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|The kind of pokemon||Avoid from||Shortcomings|
|Bug||Grass, Dark, Psychic||Fire, Flying, Rock|
|Dark||Ghost, Psychic||Bug, Fairy, Fighting|
|Dragon||Dragon||Dragon, Fairy Ice|
|Fairy||Fighting, Dark, Dragon||Poison, Steel|
|Fighting||Dark, Ice, Normal, Rock, Steel||Fairy, Flying, Psychic|
|Fire||Bug, Grass, Ice, Steel||Ground, Rock, Water|
|Flying||Bug, Fighting, Grass||Electric, Ice, Rock|
Resilience and weaknesses are not invariably mutually exclusive. Despite water-type moves destroying fire-type Pokémon twice as much as fire-type techniques destroy water-type Pokémon less, this isn’t always the case.
For instance, fighting-type talents are effective against normal types, but normal types only cause normal damage to fighting types rather than lessening them.
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