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Ghost type pokemon.
# Ghost Type Pokémon
# Single Type Pokémon
# Dual Type Pokémon
# Ghost-Type Moves
Ghost type pokemon is notable for having a few pokemon with low HP and moves. In battles, Ghost type pokemons are useful because it's the only type that has two immunities: Normal and Fighting, both of which are common move types.
Ghost Type Pokémon stat averages
66.4 HP Ranked #16
80.6 Attack Ranked #10
79.3 Defense Ranked #6
84.4 Sp. Attack Ranked #5
78.6 Sp. Defense Ranked #5
67.0 Speed Ranked #11
Starting from the VI generation, the types of ghosts are also immune to the movements and abilities that prevent escape from flight, such as blocking signs and ghost signs. Pokémon of this type are generally related to fear, darkness and life after death. They usually live in abandoned houses, cemeteries, funerals and dark and uninhabited places, such as caves. Also, phantom-type Pokémon tend to be extremely bad and make jokes about humans just to see their faces and their reactions. Interestingly, the more a human being is afraid, the more Pokémon Pokémon will have the power to tease. In the worst case scenario, some phantom-type Pokémon can behave relatively deadly, such as attaching Jellicent to ships and their crews or the evolving family of Litwick, draining the vital energy of lost people.
Some of Ghost's famous Pokémon coaches include Agatha, third member of Kanto Elite Four; Morty, the fourth animator of Johto; Phoebe, second member of the Hoenn Elite Four; Fantina, fifth gym manager in the Sinnoh region; Shauntal, a member of Unova Elite Four; and Acerola, a test captain from Ulaula Island, Alola, as well as her third Elite Four member.
Ghost TYPE STRENGTH
- FirGhost type pokemon attack are super effective against Ghost, Psychic type pokemon
Ghost TYPE Weakness
- Ghost type pokemon attacks are not effective against the Dark type pokemon.
- Ghost type pokemon attack are weak against Ghost, Dark type pokemon.
- Ghost type pokemon are immune to Normal type pokemon.
GHOST TYPE POKÉMON NOTABLE TRAINERS
Agatha Elite Four Gen 1, 3, 7
Morty Ecruteak City Gym Leader Gen 2, 4
Phoebe Elite Four Gen 3, 6
Fantina Hearthome City Gym Leader Gen 4, 8
Shauntal Elite Four Gen 5
Acerola Elite Four Gen 7
Acerola Trial Captain Gen 7
Allister Stow-on-Side Gym Leader Gen 8
- Ghost Type Super Effective Against : Grass, Ice, Bug, Steel
- Ghost Type Not very Effective Against: Fire, water, Rock, Dragon
- Not effective against Ghost Type: Fire, Grass, Ice, Bug, Steel, Fairy.
- Super Effective on Ghost Type: Water, Ground, Rock.
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The Ghost type (Japanese: ゴーストタイプ Ghost type ) is one of the eighteen types . Ghost-type moves are super effective against Ghost- and Psychic-type Pokémon , while Ghost-type Pokémon are weak to Dark - and Ghost-type moves.
- 1.1 Overall
- 1.2 Fully evolved
- 2.1 Generation I
- 2.2 Generations II to V
- 2.3 Generation VI onwards
- 2.4 Additional effects
- 3.1 Pure Ghost-type Pokémon
- 3.2.1 Primary Ghost-type Pokémon
- 3.2.2 Secondary Ghost-type Pokémon
- 3.3 Changed types
- 4 Pokéstar Studios opponents
- 5.1 Changed types
- 6.1 Interacting with the Ghost type
- 6.2 Exclusive Abilities
- 7.1 Cram-o-matic
- 8 Notable Ghost-type Trainers
- 9.1 Core series
- 9.2 Side series
- 9.3 Spin-off games
- 10 In the TCG
- 12 In other languages
Fully evolved, battle properties.
Note: Type effectiveness multipliers may vary in other games outside the core series .
Generations ii to v, generation vi onwards, additional effects.
If the user has the Ability Scrappy or Mind's Eye , or the target is under the effect of the moves Foresight or Odor Sleuth , Normal - and Fighting-type moves will deal ×1 damage to Ghost-type Pokémon .
In Generation I only, Ghost-type Pokémon cannot be paralyzed by Lick , and are affected by Bide , Counter , Seismic Toss , SonicBoom , and Super Fang , despite these moves being Normal-type, which the Ghost type is normally immune to.
The move Curse , introduced in Generation II , functions differently when used by a Ghost-type Pokémon.
In Generations II and III only, Ghost-type Pokémon are immune to Glare .
From Generation VI onwards, Ghost-type Pokémon are immune to effects that prevent recall or escape (such as Mean Look and Shadow Tag ), and they are also guaranteed to flee from any wild battle regardless of Speed .
The move Trick-or-Treat , introduced in Generation VI, adds the Ghost type to the target's types .
As of Generation IX , 72 Pokémon or 7.05% of all Pokémon are Ghost-type (counting those that are Ghost-type in at least one of their forms , including regional forms ), making it the third rarest type among Pokémon after Fairy and before Dragon and Electric .
The Pokémon below are listed by their current types. Some Pokémon have had their types changed.
Pure Ghost-type Pokémon
Half ghost-type pokémon, primary ghost-type pokémon, secondary ghost-type pokémon, changed types.
These Ghost-type Pokémon have had their types changed.
Pokéstar Studios opponents
As of Generation IX , 34 moves or 3.72% of all moves are Ghost-type (excluding those that are Ghost-type only under certain circumstances), causing it to tie with Bug as the 5th rarest type among moves after Ice and Fairy and before Poison . Prior to changes in Generation IV , all damaging Ghost-type moves were physical , but they may now also be special depending on the attack.
Some moves have had their types changed.
The following Ghost-type moves have had their types changed.
Interacting with the Ghost type
A Pokémon with Protean or Libero will become a Ghost-type Pokémon if it uses a Ghost-type move. A Pokémon with Color Change , Imposter , RKS System , or Multitype will become a Ghost-type Pokémon if (respectively) it is hit with a Ghost-type move, is sent out against a Ghost-type opponent, is holding a Ghost Memory , or is holding a Spooky Plate or Ghostium Z .
Since Generation VI, Ghost-type Pokémon are also immune to Magnet Pull , Arena Trap , and Shadow Tag .
Only Ghost-type Pokémon have these Abilities. This does not include signature Abilities .
Notable ghost-type trainers, core series, side series, spin-off games.
Due to the decreased amount of types in the TCG compared to the game series, Ghost-type Pokémon fall under the Psychic-type .
Psychic-type Pokémon in the TCG are generally weak to Darkness and other Psychic Pokémon, with resistances to Colorless and Fighting . Psychic-type Pokémon are strong against Grass (until Diamond & Pearl ), Fighting and Psychic Pokémon, whilst Colorless , Darkness , and Metal Pokémon can resist this type.
- Despite being introduced in Generation I , there were no pure Ghost-type Pokémon until Generation II introduced Misdreavus.
- Generation VII introduced the most Ghost-type moves of any generation, with eight. Generation V introduced the fewest Ghost-type moves, with only one, Hex .
- In Generation I , Ghost-type moves have no effect on Psychic-type Pokémon, though an abundance of evidence suggests that this may have been an error. Multiple sources mention that Ghost-type moves are super-effective on Psychic-type Pokémon: official strategy guides published by Nintendo , two episodes of the anime ( The Tower of Terror and Haunter versus Kadabra ), and even the games themselves, where a Pokémon Trainer in the Saffron Gym mentions that Psychic-type Pokémon "only fear Bugs and Ghosts" (though the reference to Ghost-type Pokémon was removed in Pokémon Yellow ). This was corrected in Generation II to make Ghost-type moves actually be super effective against Psychic-type Pokémon.
- It is also the only type to have ever been ineffective against two types: Normal and Psychic in Generation I.
- Ghost and Normal are the only two types to be ineffective against each other.
- As of Generation VI , Ghost is tied with Dragon for being the least resisted type.
- While the Ghost-type has an immunity to Normal-type moves, several damaging moves that display as Normal-type can affect them, including Hidden Power (whose actual type varies) and Struggle (which inflicts typeless damage from Generation II onward).
- Despite not being Ghost-type, Darkrai is also able to walk through walls.
- The only Pokémon to have ever possessed a double resistance to the Ghost-type naturally were Pawniard and Bisharp , both of which are dual-type Dark / Steel .
- Kalos is the only region without a notable Ghost-type specialist .
- In Pokémon Conquest , Ghost-type Pokémon which are not part- Flying-type or have Levitate are shown with an animation of physically passing through enemies, referencing the common belief that real-life ghosts can pass through solid objects. They cannot, however, pass through any other obstacle on the field in-game.
- Ghost- and Dark-type moves are super effective against the same types. As of Generation VI, the only difference between them is that Dark-type moves are not very effective on Fighting - or Fairy-type Pokémon while Ghost-type moves do not affect Normal-type Pokémon.
- As shown in Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon , some Ghost-type Pokémon, despite their name, can still die . This was first mentioned in Why Not Give Me a Z-Ring Sometime? , where Acerola revealed that her Shiny Mimikyu , Mimikins, is in fact the ghost of a deceased Mimikyu. Later, in A Timeless Encounter! , it is revealed that Professor Kukui had once befriended a Totem Trevenant that he nicknamed Elder. It is later revealed that Elder has since died, its body now a regular tree, though the circumstances of its death weren't revealed. Giratina is another Ghost-type whose life has been in danger, in Giratina and the Sky Warrior . However, despite this, it still appears that many Ghost-type Pokémon, particularly ones who are more similar to traditional ghosts, are indeed immune to the ravages of time and can live on indefinitely; for instance, a Yamask shown in A Night in the Nacrene City Museum! was told to be millennia old.
- All Ghost-type moves are eligible to be used in Sky Battles .
- The Ghost type was the last type to have at least one Pokémon officially owned by Ash in the anime, following his capture of a Gengar in A Chilling Curse! .
- Rock is the only type that has yet to be paired with Ghost.
- originally had three Pokémon in Generation I, then gained only one more in Generation II.
- are the only types that are weak to themselves.
- have one type immune to them and one type resistant to them.
- Until The Isle of Armor and the introduction of Poltergeist , every Ghost-type move had 100% accuracy or could not miss.
- In Japanese, the Ghost type shares its name with Haunter , whose Japanese name is ゴースト Ghost .
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The Ghost-type was introduced in Pokémon Red & Green in 1996. At present, there are 88 different Pokémon, including unique forms and Mega Evolutions, that share this type and 33 different moves with it.
Attack Count: 33
Ghost-type in the Pokémon Trading Card Game
Ghost Type Pokemon Strengths and Weaknesses
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Ghost-type Pokemon are rare, with only 73 total Pokémon of this kind. It has changed quite a bit from its introduction, where in Generation 1, Ghost-type moves did not affect Psychic-type Pokémon; all Ghost-type attacks were considered physical until generation 3. Ghost-type Pokémon are often related to fear and the afterlife, with many Ghost types being scary or spooky.
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The Drifloon Pokédex entry is quite popular, which states that it tries to take children away that grab onto it. The newest addition in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, Greavard is another Ghost-type that is an extremely friendly Pokémon that follows you if you play with it but slowly also drains the life force out of you, so don’t play with it too long. These Pokémon are fairly interesting to observe and interact with, which is how they fare in the Pokémon world.
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Ghost Pokémon Strengths
Ghost-type moves are super effective against:
· Psychic-type Pokémon
· Ghost-type Pokémon
Ghost-type Pokémon are immune to:
· Normal type moves
· Fighting type moves
Ghost-type Pokémon are resistant to:
· Poison type moves
· Bug type moves
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Ghost Pokémon Average Stats and Moves
Ghost-type Pokémon have an average Special Attack of 84.4 , Special Defense of 78.6 , and Defense of 79.3 . These Pokémon end up as great Special Attackers who might end up lasting in battles if used correctly; it also helps that they’re immune to two typing, and since Generation 6, Steel-type Pokémon don’t resist Ghost-type moves.
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This makes the Ghost type a fascinating one to play with since they also have special moves which are type-specific, like Curse or Trick or Treat. Ghost-type Pokémon can’t be trapped by trapping moves and abilities like mean look or be bound. They learn status condition moves that can be effective in long-term and competitive battles.
Ghost Pokémon Weaknesses
Ghost-type Pokémon are weak against:
· Ghost type moves
· Dark type moves
Ghost-type moves do not affect:
· Normal type Pokémon
Ghost-type moves are not very effective against:
· Dark type Pokémon
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Ghost-type Pokémon have a low average HP stat of 66.4 and speed stat of 67 ; this ensures that they usually don’t go first in battle and might be at a considerable risk of getting one hit KO’d. They might survive because of their defense stats, but you have to be very technical while using them. This rare type of Pokémon doesn’t have a lot of choices or moves in their arsenal like other types.
Even though their existence is a bit chequered in the Pokémon world , the interesting and mysterious behavior displayed by Ghost-type Pokémon is one to behold. They indeed have a firm place in the Pokémon world and give us unforgettable and creepy Pokédex entries to witness.
Pokemon Type Effectiveness Strength & Weakness
3 ghost type pokemon available.
- Effective Against
- Grass Fairy
- Weak Against
- Poison Ground Rock Ghost
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Scattered throughout the lands of Pokémon are hundreds of ‘mon with different abilities, attributes, and properties that determine how they interact with their world. Many of these properties and attributes boil down to a Pokémon’s type.
Pokémon can have one or two types that determine everything about them, from the moves they can use to the Pokémon they’re strong and weak against. Trainers who want to thrive in the competitive world of Pokémon need to understand how these types influence every battle they participate in.
There are 18 unique types, each with various strengths and weaknesses.
One of the most exciting types in the game is Ghost, which has a complex web of advantages and disadvantages. Whether you’re looking to protect your Ghost-types or decimate someone else’s, we’ve outlined everything you need to know about Ghost-type weaknesses.
Here are all of the Ghost-type weaknesses.
All Ghost Type Pokémon weaknesses
All ghost type pokémon resistances, best counters for ghost type pokémon.
- Dark; dark type moves deal double damage against ghost-type Pokémon.
- Ghost; ghost type moves deal double damage against ghost-type Pokémon.
The Psychic-Dark-Ghost triangle of strengths and weaknesses has always been tricky to keep straight. Ghost-types have a standard disadvantage against Dark-types : Ghost-type moves only do half damage to Dark-types, and Dark-type moves are super effective on Ghost-types.
In addition to actual Dark-type Pokémon, plenty of non-Dark-types can learn common Dark-type moves like Bite, Crunch, and Knock Off. This is an excellent way for Normal-type and Fighting-type Pokémon to gain an edge over pesky Ghost-types.
Believe it or not, Ghost is weak to itself . This is different from most other same-type matchups: most types have a resistance to themselves, with the notable exception of Dragon-types. This means that Ghost-types will crumble when faced by other Ghost-types that know moves like Shadow Ball.
Just be careful when fielding a Ghost-type against another Ghost-type: they’re both weak to each other, which could end poorly if your enemy lands a lucky critical hit or high-powered Ghost move. If you’re looking to counter a Ghost-type with Ghost-type moves, it’s best to teach those moves to a non-Ghost-type Pokémon that isn’t weak to Ghost.
- Poison; poison-type moves are only half as effective when used against ghost-type Pokémon
- Bug; bug-type moves are only half as effective when used against ghost-type Pokémon
- Fighting; fighting-type moves will have no effect on ghost-type Pokémon
- Normal; normal-type moves will have no effect on ghost-type Pokémon
Ghost-type Pokémon are resistant to two types: Bug and Poison. Many Ghost-types are also part Poison, as with the Gastly line, giving them quadruple resistance to Poison-type moves. Avoid using Bug-type or Poison-type moves against any Ghost-types you encounter.
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To make up for its relatively short list of strengths and weaknesse s, Ghost-types have total immunity to two types: Normal and Fighting. Normal-type and Fighting-type moves will have no effect when used against Ghost-type Pokémon. Ghost-type moves do not affect Normal-type Pokémon, either, so keep that in mind.
There is one way to ensure that Normal-type and Fighting-type moves can hit a Ghost-type. Using the move Odor Sleuth, which many early-game Normal-type Pokémon know, will allow a Ghost-type to be hit by Normal-type and Fighting-type moves. The move Foresight will also do the same thing, which can help players who don’t have Ghost-type or Dark-type moves to take even the best Ghost-type Pokémon.
The best Pokémon to bet on when attempting to counter Ghost-type Pokémon are pure dark types that can also learn Ghost-type moves.
Every Pokemon Type And What It's Weak To
Knowing the strengths and weaknesses of each Pokemon type is crucial for crafting a balanced team. What is each type weak against?
There are 18 types in the Pokemon world, and they all related to one another differently. As a result, it can be difficult to remember all the matchups and combinations. Throw in the fact that many Pokemon are dual-types, and it gets even more complicated.
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Every Pokemon type has its strengths and weaknesses, as well as immunities and resistances. If you need to refresh your memory on how the Pokemon types gel together, or are looking for how a specific type fairs against others, you can use this handy chart as a reference.
Updated on April 2023 by Rebecca Phillips: No matter where you're adventuring in the Pokemon world, type matchups are important for Pokemon battles. We've updated this guide for clarity so you can view each Pokemon type's strengths and weaknesses with ease.
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Super effective against means attacks of that type will do two times damage to the listed types .
Weak to means Pokemon of that type will receive two times damage to the listed types .
Resists means Pokemon of that type will take half damage from attacks of the listed types .
Weak against means attacks of that Pokemon type will inflict half as much damage to Pokemon of the listed types .
Multipliers are used when a Pokemon has two types that are weak to the same type . For example, Swampert, a Ground and Water-type Pokemon, would receive four times damage from Grass-type moves .
If a Pokemon's type means it is completely immune to moves of another type (for example, Normal-type Pokemon are immune to Ghost-type moves), an additional typing doesn't negate this immunity . E.g. A Normal and Electric-type Pokemon will still be immune to Ghost-type moves, despite also being an Electric type.
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The Ghost -type is one of eighteen different Types in Pokemon Sun and Moon.
These are the strengths and weaknesses when using a Ghost-type attack on another Pokemon.
These are the strengths and weaknesses when using a Ghost-type Pokemon.
Ghost -type Pokemon are completely immune to both Fighting - and Normal -type Attacks.
Ghost -type Attacks cannot affect Normal -type Pokemon.
The following is a list of Ghost-type Pokemon. They will be further listed in alphabetical order.
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Just like other Pokémon games, Pokémon Violet and Scarlet uses a type system, giving each Pokémon one or two elemental types, with their own strengths and weaknesses. Our Pokémon Violet and Scarlet type guide will table out the type advantages so you don’t have to memorize how things flow.
Pokémon Scarlet and Violet type chart — strengths and weaknesses, explained
Each Pokémon has its own set of strengths and weaknesses. Attacks that are “ super effective ” (i.e. strong) against a certain type will deal double damage, while attacks that are “ not very effective ” (i.e. weak) against a type will deal half the damage.
Memorizing type advantages can be simple. Water-type moves are strong against the fire-type Charmander, for example. Rock- and ground-type moves are also strong against Charmander. This is fairly easy to remember, as you can use water, rocks, or dirt to put out a fire. However, some of the types get more confusing. Steel- and poison-type moves are strong against fairy-type Pokémon, as knights in armor and poisoned fruit are powerful in fairy tales. Sheesh.
Things get even more complex when a Pokémon has two types. Charizard, which is both fire- and flying-type, has different weaknesses than Charmander. Not only is it weak to water- and rock-type moves, but it’s also weak to electric-type moves. However, its fire-typing prevents it from taking extra damage from ice-type moves (as flying-types usually do). It’s flying-typing also gives it complete immunity against ground-type moves. Nice.
Strengths and weaknesses also aren’t necessarily just opposites of each other. Though fire-type move deal less damage to water-type Pokémon and water-type moves do doubled damage against fire-type Pokémon, this isn’t the case with every type. For example, fighting-type moves are strong against normal-types, but normal-types just do regular damage against fighting-types, rather than reduced damage.
Notably, in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet , you can change a Pokémon’s type in battle by Terastilizing . All Pokémon can Terastilize into one type, changing its typing completely. For example, if a Charizard (typically fire/flying) Terastilizes into a fire-type, it will lose its flying-typing, making it also lose its vulnerability to electric-type moves. You can even have Pokémon that Terastilize into completely different types — a Charizard, for instance, that Terastilizes into a dragon- or water-type. It’s a radical change to the Pokémon type chart for Scarlet and Violet .
However, there are a few things to keep in mind when battling Pokémon in Tera Raids. You should remember to bring a Pokémon who’s strong against the opponent’s tera type, but isn’t weak against its usual typing. Raid Pokémon still retain their original movesets, so you’ll need to look out for moves that counter your Pokémon’s type. For example, if you face off against a dragon Tera Type Charizard, don’t bring any ice-type Pokémon. Yes, ice-type moves are super effective against the dragon Tera Type, but the Charizard will still know plenty of fire-type moves, which will melt down your ice-type Pokémon in an instant.
Knowing what a Pokémon’s strengths and weaknesses are is an important aspect of battling. To do the most damage you can, you should make sure that your Pokémon’s moves are strong against what it’s battling.
Memorizing all of it can get confusing. Here’s a chart to help you out.
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Full Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Type Chart to help with strengths and weaknesses
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The Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Type Chart will help you work our strengths, weaknesses and resistances for all the Pokemon types you encounter in the world of Paldea. Terastallization can throw a spanner in the works, admittedly, but that won't stop these principles applying, as long as you can still know what types you're up against. With that in mind, our full Scarlet and Violet Pokemon Type Chart will help you learn strengths and weaknesses to take you through the whole game.
Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Type Chart
Every Pokemon Type has strengths and weaknesses. Super effective attacks will cause double the damage, while not very effective attacks will only deal half the damage. Sometimes a type is completely immune to the attacks of another type, so that's also worth bearing in mind too. For example, Ground Type attacks are completely ineffective against Flying Type Pokemon.
If a Pokemon has dual types - like Charizard with its combo Fire / Flying Type - then it gets much more complicated. It doesn't quite take on the strengths and weaknesses of both types if they would cancel each other out.
You can find the full Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Type Chart below, and then individual breakdowns of each Type further down the page.
- 2 = Super Effective
- 0.5 = Not very effective
- 0 = Immune to
Bug type weakness and strength
Super effective against: Grass, Dark, Psychic Not very effective against: Fairy, Fighting, Flying, Ghost, Poison, Steel Weak against: Fire, Flying, Rock Immune to : --
Dark type weakness and strength
Super effective against: Ghost, Psychic Not very effective against: Dark, Fairy, Steel Weak against : Bug, Fairy, Fighting Immune to: Psychic
Dragon Type weakness and strength
Super effective against: Dragon Not very effective against: Dragon, Electric, Grass Weak against: Dragon, Fairy, Ice Immune to : --
Electric type weakness and strength
Super effective against: Flying, Water Not very effective against: Dragon, Electric, Grass Weak against: Ground Immune to: --
Fairy type weakness and strength
Super effective against : Dark, Dragon, Fighting Not very effective against: Fire, Poison, Steel Weak against: Poison, Steel Immune to: Dragon
Fighting type weakness and strength
Super effective against: Dark, Ice, Normal, Rock, Steel Not very effective against: Bug, Fairy, Flying, Poison, Psychic Weak against: Fairy, Flying, Psychic Immune to: --
Fire type weakness and strength
Super effective against: Bug, Grass, Ice, Steel Not very effective against: Dragon, Fire, Rock, Water Weak against: Ground, Rock, Water Immune to: --
Flying type weakness and strength
Super effective against: Bug, Fighting, Grass Not very effective against: Electric, Rock, Steel Weak against: Electric, Ice, Rock Immune to: Ground
Ghost type weakness and strength
Super effective against : Ghost, Psychic Not very effective against: Dark Weak against: Dark, Ghost Immune: Fighting, Normal
Grass type weakness and strength
Super effective against: Ground, Rock, Water Not very effective against: Bug, Dragon, Fire, Flying, Grass, Poison, Steel Weak against: Bug, Fire, Flying, Ice, Poison Immune to: --
Ground type weakness and strength
Super effective against: Electric, Fire, Poison, Rock, Steel Not very effective against: Bug, Grass Weak against: Grass, Ice, Water Immune to: Electric
Ice type weakness and strength
Super effective against: Dragon, Flying, Grass, Ground Not very effective against : Fire, Ice, Steel, Water Weak against : Fighting, Fire, Rock, Steel Immune to : --
Normal type weakness and strength
Super effective against: None Not very effective: Rock, Steel Weak against: Fighting Immune: Ghost
Poison type weakness and strength
Super effective against: Fairy, Grass Not very effective against: Poison, Ghost, Ground, Rock Weak against: Ground, Psychic Immune to : --
Psychic type weakness and strength
Super effective against: Fighting, Poison Not very effective against: Steel, Psychic Weak against: Bug, Dark, Ghost Immune to: --
Rock type weakness and strength
Super effective against: Bug, Fire, Flying, Ice Not very effective against: Fighting, Ground, Steel Weak against: Fighting, Grass, Ground, Steel, Water Immune to: --
Steel type weakness and strength
Super effective against: Fairy, Ice, Rock Not very effective against: Electric, Fire, Steel, Water Weak against: Fighting, Fire, Ground I mmune to: Poison
Water type weakness and strength
Super effective against: Fire, Ground, Rock Not very effective against: Dragon, Grass, Water Weak against: Electric, Grass Immune to: --
If you're wondering about the weaknesses, resistances and strengths of dual-types, it's a little tricky. Generally though, weaknesses and resistances cancel each other out, whereas two same weaknesses will stack. For example, a Ground/Fire type will take 4x the damage from Water attacks. Meanwhile, a Normal/Flying type will take a standard amount of damage from Fighting attacks, as it's both weak AND resistant to them. And of course, there's (currently) no such thing as Dual-type attacks, so you don't need to worry about that.
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Ghost Type Pokemon Weakness and Strengths Guide
By: Author Dawn Lim
Posted on June 18, 2023
Ghost Pokemon are one of the harder ones to remember what types stack up well against it.
With currently only 70 Ghost Pokemon among the more than 1,000 in existence , they’re the third-rarest type.
To learn more about this relatively rare and troublesome Pokemon type, here’s a quick guide to taking advantage of Ghost Pokemon’s weaknesses, resistances, immunity, and strengths.
What Are Ghost Pokemon Weak Against?
What are ghost pokemon strong against, what are ghost pokemon resistant to, best counters for ghost pokemon.
Ghost type Pokemon are weak against the following types
This means any Dark or Ghost type attacks used against a Ghost Pokemon will be super-effective.
So, watch out for Dark and Ghost moves like Crunch, Dark Pulse, Shadow Ball, Shadow Claw, and Curse, to name a few.
In addition to Dark moves being strong on Ghost Pokemon, Dark Pokemon can also resist Ghost moves.
It’s the only type that resists Ghost moves, making Ghost the least resisted type, tied with Dragon.
Interestingly, Ghost type Pokemon are also weak to their own type.
Most notably, the Ghost type move Curse will have a different effect on Ghost Pokemon.
Curse will alter a Non-Ghost Pokemon’s stats, while Ghost Pokemon will lose half of its max HP when hit by it instead!
Furthermore, Normal types may not be one of its weaknesses, but Ghost moves do not affect Normal Pokemon.
The good news is that Ghost Pokemon can easily run away from battles against wild Pokemon, no matter the Speed.
So if your Ghost Pokemon is faced by a Dark or Ghost Pokemon in the wild, running away is a viable option.
Ghost type moves are strong against (or deal super effective hits) to:
Psychic Pokemon usually have a high Special Defense, so it’s best to use physical Ghost moves that can target their low Defense or utilize moves that can lower their Special Defense.
As for its fellow Ghost Pokemon, the average stats for its Defense and Special Defense aren’t that different, so special or physical moves are both okay.
Just keep in mind that Ghost moves like Curse affect Ghost types differently.
Overall, Ghost moves are known for their status-inducing effects!
Some of the best Ghost type moves to use are Shadow Ball, which is a special move that can lower an opponent’s Special Defense; Shadow Claw, a physical move that can land a crit; Hex, a special move that can deal quite the damage if the opponent already has a status condition; and of course, Curse.
Status condition-wise, Trick-or-Treat adds Ghost type to the target’s typing, Spite cuts 4 PP from the opponent’s recent move, and Destiny Bond brings its opponent down when the user faints. Those are some scary moves!
Ghost Pokemon can resist Bug and Poison moves.
So Bug moves like Megahorn and X-Scissor, as well as Poison moves like Gunk Shot and Sludge Bomb, pose no threat to this type.
Immunity-wise, Ghost Pokemon is immune to Normal and Fighting. It’s the only type that is immune to more than one type!
Some of the best Pokemon to use against Ghost Pokemon are Darkrai, Sableye, Houndoom, and Mabosstiff.
Mega Gengar is excellent in Pokemon GO, too. Take a peek at our suggested strategy below and see what works for you!
Since Ghost Pokemon are weak to Dark and fellow Ghost Pokemon, it’s best to use a pure Dark Pokemon or a combination of the two.
Darkrai is a pure Dark type Mythical Pokemon with a very high Special Attack. In Pokemon GO, a Snarl and Shadow Ball combo is good to use.
Sableye has both Dark/Ghost in its typing, and has a boosted Defense and Special Defense in its Mega form.
Meanwhile, dog Pokemon Houndoom (Dark/Fire) and Mabosstiff (Dark) are also good options.
In Pokemon GO, Mega Gengar (Ghost/Poison) is a must-have Mega Pokemon. It might be a double-edged sword since it’s also weak against Ghost moves, but its Shadow Claw-Shadow Ball move set is a beast.
Some of Dark moves to consider using are Crunch, Dark Pulse, and Knock Off. For Ghost moves, Shadow Ball, Shadow Claw, Hex, and Curse are great to use.
Dark-Type Pokémon's Weaknesses, Explained
The Dark typing has emerged as one of the most popular of the 18 Pokémon types in recent generations - but it does still have its major weaknesses.
Pokémon is one of the most popular franchises of all time, spanning video games, anime and beyond as it continues to reach a global audience. To achieve these once-unfathomable levels of success, Pokémon has had to continually deliver on fresh additions for over twenty years now, and the franchise now sits at nine generations and over 1000 species on its roster. Every species is different in some way, from stats and design, to personality and types.
What started as 15 types to cover the first 151 Pokémon now stands at 18 across the 1000+ species, as Steel, Dark and Fairy have since joined the franchise to help in maintaining a balanced order within the roster. Dark joined in Gen II alongside Steel, as a necessary counter to some formidable types, but despite it still being very prominent in Pokémon today, it does have some weaknesses that players and trainers alike have to be wary of.
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The Dark Typing
The Dark typing was introduced in Gen II as a much-needed counter for Psychic-type Pokémon. The Psychic type was left unchecked and free to run riot over the landscape of Gen I Pokémon , with limited rosters and offensive moves available for its two supposed counters, Ghost and Bug. The Dark typing arrived as a remedy for this, as Bite and Crunch would become popular Dark-type moves that were accessible to a whole host of species across all types.
Suddenly, counters for Psychic Pokémon could lie anywhere and everywhere, ending its era of dominance. But the Dark typing's super-effective strengths don't stop there, as they are also great in matchups against Ghost-type Pokémon. From a defensive perspective, Dark types are completely immune to Psychic-type moves, while they resist Dark and Ghost moves. Dark has proven itself to be a perfectly capable of type in the years and generations since its introduction, but there are still some glaring Dark type weaknesses .
There are three types that have a super-effective advantage over Dark Pokémon – Fighting, Bug, and Fairy. None of these are especially formidable types by themselves, but as a secondary typing, these moves always have Dark-type Pokémon countered to some degree.
Most physical attackers will have access to at least some kind of Fighting-type offensive, while the same can often be said about special attackers and Fairy. Dark types are formidable but need to be wary of moves from these types at all times.
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The Fighting typing's super-effective advantage over Dark types is easy enough to explain and justify . A martial arts-inspired typing having an advantage in a face-off against the forces of evil makes sense in transitioning over from logic to lore within the world of Pokémon .
Fighting is a common secondary typing, found in most physically-imposing Pokémon, either by actual typing or represented in the movepool. As such, it is one of the biggest threats as a Dark type weakness.
Best Fighting-Type Moves
Dark types have to be wary of all Fighting-type offensive moves, but there are some that stand out above the rest. These moves tend to be all about all-out offense, so can often come with drawbacks in loss of HP or other stats.
Despite the obvious and ultimately necessary downsides to many of these powerful Fighting-type moves , which keep them fair and balanced, their power output is still impressive. When faced with situations that pit them against these moves, Dark-type Pokémon with even the slightest bit of defensive fragility need to be withdrawn or encouraged to work on evasion as quickly as possible.
Notable Strong Fighting Types
For all of their impressive physical offense, Fighting types do generally have glaring weaknesses that can put many players and trainers off from having them on their team. Psychic, Flying, and Fairy Pokémon can reduce them down to size, but some of these Fighting types continue to be formidable and feared, even when faced with adversity and serious disadvantage.
The Fighting type roster was thin back in Gen I, but Machamp, Hitmonchan, Hitmonlee, Poliwrath, and Primeape held down the fort until others could join in later generations. Machamp represented the typing at its core with a physical and muscular build, while Lucario, Infernape, and Annihilape are representatives of the Fighting type's evolution over the years.
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Bug-type Pokémon are easily dismissed due to their small size and limited movepool, but as a typing, it has some impressive matchups and advantages. Bug-type moves are super-effective against not only Grass and Psychic Pokémon, but Dark types as well.
Trying to figure out logic and justification for type interactions isn't always easy in the world of Pokémon , and Bug's advantage over Dark is a prime example of this lack of clarity. Whether it has something to do with bugs having night vision, them coming out at night, or even playing into the idea of fear and psychological weakness – Bug Pokémon hold that advantage as a major Dark type weakness, no matter the ambiguity and confusion.
Best Bug-Type Moves
Despite Bug types being a rare counter to Psychic Pokémon back in Gen I, they never really had the respect that they now have. Bug-type moves aren't always preferred for those versatile species that like to have coverage across multiple types, but there are Bug-type moves that offer significant power output or strategic usefulness.
Pin Missile, X-Scissor and Megahorn are the most notable in terms of pure power. However, with U-Turn allowing trainers to switch out strategically in the heat of tough battles, and with Pollen Puff doubling up as a healing move, there is a great deal of versatility to the Bug typing. These moves are ultimately able to exploit the Dark type weakness.
Notable Strong Bug Types
Bug-type moves may not always be up there among Pokémon fans' absolute favorites, but there are some powerful species across all generations that represent the typing. Caterpie, Weedle and Paras are Gen I examples of smaller Bug types that bring the overall world of Pokémon to life, but the typing has since been showcased through legendaries, Ultra Beasts and other strong Pokémon.
- Mega Beedrill
- Slither Wing
Beedrill, Pinsir, Scizor and Heracross have received Mega Evolutions, while Volcarona, Genesect, Buzzwole, Pheromosa and Slither Wing are all very different examples of Bug types with gravitas, presence and general significance in lore. Bug types deserve to be seen as a fascinating type, as the fact that they hold an advantage over dangerous Dark types, should automatically grant them respect as formidable Pokémon.
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While the Steel and Dark types were introduced to Pokémon as early as Gen II, fans were left waiting for an additional typing until Gen VI. The Unova region introduced the Fairy typing to fans and players, as a much-needed counter for Dragon types, and a super-effective advantage for Poison Pokémon.
Fairy's other advantages over Fighting and Dark types has made it a prominent typing on the competitive scene , even if a secondary typing is often preferred to a sole Fairy type. The reasoning behind Fairy being a Dark type weakness is easy to figure out, as Fairy's magical properties are deemed too pure for the general evil of Dark types.
Best Fairy-Type Moves
Fairy Pokémon may be fortunate to have defensive immunity to the formidable Dragon typing, but when the roles are reversed, Fairy types do have some considerable firepower of their own. Fairy-type moves often honor the typing's magical influences by specializing in Special Attack, but this doesn't necessarily apply to every powerful Fairy-type move.
Disarming Voice and Draining Kiss may not be too impressive in terms of raw power, but their respective quirks of never missing and regaining health cannot be overlooked. There are still powerful Fairy-type moves however, as Dazzling Gleam, Play Rough and Moonblast can all be found on movesets in some of the toughest teams on the competitive scene.
Notable Strong Fairy Types
Fairy-type Pokémon may come across as these magical and pure creatures, but they should never be underestimated. In fact, in the short time since its Gen VI introduction, the Fairy typing has quickly made its way to Legendary, Mythical and now Paradox Pokémon . The Fairy typing adds a magical aura to these magnificent magical Pokémon, and automatically adds some extra presence and lore to their character.
- Flutter Mane
Sylveon will always be remembered as one of the very first Fairy-type Pokémon, and it still remains a standard-bearer for the type. Legendary Fairy types Zacian and Xerneas have recently been joined by Fezandipiti in Scarlet & Violet's Teal Mask DLC, but non-Legendary species from Grimmsnarl to Togekiss, deserve to be recognized among the best that this mysterious type has to offer.
Dark types, including Grimmsnarl itself who happens to also be part Dark type, have to be wary of these powerful Fairy Pokémon and their moves, as Fairy remains a major Dark type weakness.
Pokemon Go: How To Defeat Cliff (October 2023)
Posted: October 13, 2023 | Last updated: October 13, 2023
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While the lineup hasn't changed for this month, players will need a good idea about the strengths and weaknesses of the various members to be able to take them down successfully. Here are the counters and weaknesses for Cliff's Pokemon for the month of September to make your task significantly easier.
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Cliff's lineup is the same.
For the month of October, Cliff's lineup is going to be the same in Pokemon Go. If you are looking for the best counters and weaknesses for his team, you can find them below.
Weaknesses - Electric, Ice, Rock, Steel, Water
- Kyogre - Waterfall, Origin Pulse
- Xurkitree - Thundershock, Discharge
- Metagross - Bullet Punch, Meteor Mash
- Zekrom - Charge Beam, Fusion Bolt
- Thundurus - Waterfall, Origin Pulse
Weaknesses - Bug, Dark, Electric, Ghost, Grass
- Pheromosa - Bug Bite, Bug Buzz
- Xurkitree - Spark, Discharge
- Kartana - Razor Leaf, Leaf Blade
- Gengar - Shadow Claw, Shadow Ball
- Attack Deoxys - Poison Zab, Zap Cannon
Weaknesses - Fairy, Flying, Ghost
- Origin Giratina - Shadow Claw, Shadow Force
- Rayquaza - Air Slash, Hurricane
- Moltres - Wing Attack, Sky Attack
- Staraptor - Gust, Brave Bird
Weakness - Bug, Fighting, Ice, Steel
- Terrakion - Double Kick, Sacred Sword
- Keldeo - Low Kick, Sacred Sword
- Lucario - Counter, Aura Sphere
- Darmanitan - Ice Fang, Avalanche
Weaknesses - Dark, Ghost
- Deoxys - Zen Headbutt, Dark Pulse
- Chandelure - Hex, Shadowball
- Gengar - Lick, Shadow Ball
- Darkrai - Snarl, Dark Pulse
- Hydreigon - Bite, Brutal Swing
Weaknesses - Fighting, Fire, Grass, Steel, Water
- Reshiram - Fire Fang, Fusion Flare
- Metagross - Bullet punch, Meteor Mash
Weakness : Fighting, Bug, Fairy, Grass, Ground, Steel, and Water.
- Kyogre : Waterfall, Surf, Blizzard
- Gyrados : Dragon Breath, Aqua Tail, Crunch
- Swampert : Mud Shot, Earthquake, Hydro Cannon
- Machamp : Counter, Cross Chop, Rock Slide
- Melmetal : Thundershock, Superpower, Rock Slide
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