A Pokemon type chart that is much easier to read

A Pokemon type chart that is much easier to read

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Spoiler! A new type has been revealed for Pokemon X and Y, Fairy types! And they're super effective against dragons. ;___;

Spoiler! A new type has been revealed for Pokemon X and Y, Fairy types! And they're super effective against dragons. ;___;

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They forgot steel lmao excuse you Steel: Ice, Rock, Fairy Also that's great and all, but steel types are a great defensive type with tons of resistances. Fire, Fighting, and ground are the only moves super effective against it. Also it's immune to poison so stall tactics with toxic ardent going to work. Spikes is the only entry hazard that's all that effective against it, and it's rarely used compared to the other two.  Conclusion: get a steel type

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They forgot steel lmao excuse you Steel: Ice, Rock, Fairy Also that's great and all, but steel types are a great defensive type with tons of resistances. Fire, Fighting, and ground are the only moves super effective against it. Also it's immune to poison so stall tactics with toxic ardent going to work. Spikes is the only entry hazard that's all that effective against it, and it's rarely used compared to the other two. Conclusion: get a steel type

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