Besides Normal and Electric, each Pokémon kind has multiple weak point. A mixture of resistances and immunities can generally cancel out these weaknesses in dual-type species, nevertheless, resulting in a choose few dual-type Pokémon with just one weak point.
There is at present just one Pokémon household with no weak point, because of a mix of kind and skill; the Electric-type Eelektross household has the Levitate capacity, canceling out Electric’s lone Ground-type weak point. Every different Pokémon within the sequence has no less than one weak spot, and even Eelektross might be broken by super-effective Ground assaults with the assistance of sure strikes or talents.
A Pokémon’s weaknesses do not completely outline its usefulness on the battlefield, although. High stats, an awesome capacity, or a wide array of strikes can overcome a Pokémon’s different points. This means the dual-type Pokémon with solely one weak point aren’t routinely game-breaking or overpowered, as there are numerous elements to think about when making a viable Pokémon group. Still, many of those twin sorts are certainly stable selections.
Poison/Dark-Type Pokémon Are Only Weak To Ground
Poison/Dark-type Pokémon are solely weak to Ground-type strikes. On high of that, they take half injury from Dark, Grass, Ghost, and Poison-type strikes and are completely resistant to Psychic-type strikes. When Pokémon Legends: Arceus was launched, it added two extra Poison/Dark Pokémon, within the type of Hisuian Qwilfish, and its new evolution, Overqwil. These new Hisuian Pokémon additionally share the Ground-type weak point of the others of their group. There are solely 4 evolutionary traces with this sort mixture to this point, consisting of seven whole Pokémon:
- Alolan Grimer
- Alolan Muk
- Hisuian Qwilfish
Water/Ground-Type Pokémon Are Only Weak To Grass
Water/Ground-type Pokémon are solely weak to Grass-type strikes, however since each Water and Ground are weak to Grass, they take a boosted 4x injury. They take half injury from Poison, Rock, Steel, and Fire-type strikes and are resistant to Electric-type strikes. There are 5 evolutionary traces with this combo, totaling 9 Pokémon:
- Swampert (and Mega Swampert)
Bug/Steel-Type Pokémon Are Only Weak To Fire
Bug/Steel-type Pokémon have a 4x weak point to Fire-type strikes, however that is their solely weak point. They additionally take half injury from Normal, Bug, Steel, Psychic, Ice, Dragon, and Fairy, and so they take solely quarter injury from Grass-type strikes and are resistant to Poison-type strikes. There are solely six whole Pokémon with this sort mixture to this point:
- Scizor (and Mega Scizor)
- Wormadam (Trash Cloak kind)
Ghost/Dark-Type Pokémon Are Only Weak To Fairy
Ghost/Dark-type Pokémon as soon as had no weaknesses in any respect. This modified in Pokémon X and Y, which added Fairy-type Pokémon to the sequence, giving Ghost/Dark sorts their solely weak point. They take half injury from Poison and are resistant to Normal, Fighting, and Psychic-type strikes. There are solely two solely Pokémon with this sort mixture:
- Sableye (and Mega Sableye)
Normal/Ghost-Type Pokémon Are Only Weak To Dark
Pokémon Legends: Arceus launched the primary Normal/Ghost-type Pokémon to the sequence, with Hisuian Zorua and Hisuian Zoruark making their debut. these Pokémon are solely weak to Dark-type strikes, which is a reasonably good trade-off, as they’re resistant to Normal, Fighting, and Ghost-type strikes, in addition to taking half injury from Poison and Bug-type strikes.
- Hisuian Zorua
- Hisuian Zoruark
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