Pokemon Type Chart

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TYPE
Good Against (2X)
Bad Against (1/2X)
No Effect Against (0X)
Normal None Rock, Steel Ghost
Fire Grass, Ice, Bug, Steel Fire, Water, Rock, Dragon None
Water Fire, Ground, Rock Water, Grass, Dragon None
Electric Water, Flying Electric, Grass, Dragon Ground
Grass Water, Ground, Rock Fire, Grass, Poison, Flying, Bug, Dragon, Steel None
Ice Grass, Ground, Flying, Dragon Fire, Water, Ice, Steel None
Fighting Normal, Ice, Rock, Dark, Steel Poison, Flying, Psychic, Bug Ghost
Poison Grass Poison, Ground, Rock, Ghost Steel
Ground Fire, Electric, Poison, Rock, Steel Grass, Bug Flying
Flying Grass, Fighting, Bug Electric, Rock, Steel None
Psychic Fighting, Poison Psychic, Steel Dark
Bug Grass, Psychic, Dark Fire, Fighting, Poison, Flying, Ghost, Steel None
Rock Fire, Ice, Flying, Bug Fighting, Ground, Steel None
Ghost Psychic, Ghost Dark, Steel Normal
Dragon Dragon Steel None
Dark Psychic, Ghost Fighting, Dark, Steel None
Steel Ice, Rock Fire, Water, Electric, Steel None

Second Type Chart Table

Pokemon Name

Type

 

Stronger against

 

Weaker against

 

Candy for evolution

 

Max. CP

 

Evolves into

 

Bulbasaur

Grass/Poison

 

Ground, Water, Rock 

 

Fire, 

Steel, Poison, Grass, Flying, Bug, Dragon

 

25

1071

Ivysaur

Ivysaur

 

 

 

100

1632

Venusaur

Venusaur

 

 

 

2580

Charmander

Fire

 

Steel, Grass, Bug, Ice 

Fire, Water, Rock, Dragon 

25

955

Charmeleon

Charmeleon

 

 

 

100

1557

Charizard

Charizard

 

 

 

2602

Squirtle

Water

Ground, Fire, Rock

Grass, Water, Dragon, Electric 

25

1008

 

Wartortle

Wartortle

 

 

 

100

1582

Blastoise

Blastoise

 

 

 

2542

Caterpie

Bug

 

Grass, Dark, Psychic

Fire, Poison, Fighting, Ghost, Steel, Flying

12

443

Metapod

Metapod

 

 

 

50

477

Butterfree

Butterfree

Bug/Flying

 

 

1454

Weedle

 

Bug/Poison 

 

 

 

12

449

Kakuna

Kakuna

 

 

 

50

449

Beedrill

Beedrill

 

 

 

1439

Pidgey

Normal/Flying

 

Bug, Grass

Electric, Rock, Steel, Ghost

12

680

Pidgeotto

Pidgeotto

 

 

 

50

1223

Pidgeot

Pidgeot

 

 

 

2091

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rattata

Normal

 

None

 

Fighting, Ghost, Rock, Steel

25

581

Raticate

Raticate

 

 

 

1444

Spearow

Normal/Flying

Bug Grass

Ghost, Steel, Rock, 

50

686

Fearow

Fearow

 

 

 

1746

Ekans

Poison

Grass

Poison, Rock, Ground, Steel, Ghost

50

824

Arbok

Arbok

 

 

 

1746

Pikachu

Electric

 

Flying, Water

Grass, Electric, Ground, Dragon

50

887

Raichu

Raichu

 

 

 

2028

Sandshrew

Ground

 

Fire, Poison, Electric, Rock, Steel

 

Grass, Bug, Flying 

 

50

798

Sandslash

Sandslash

 

 

 

1810

Nidoran

Poison

 

Grass

Rock, Ghost, Poison, Steel, Ground 

25

876

Nidorina

Nidorina

 

 

 

100

1404

Nidoqueen

Nidoqueen

Poison/Ground

Fire, Electric

Poison, Ground, Rock, Ghost, Steel

2485

 

It is always interesting to know about a Pokemon that was caught and hatched in Pokemon GO! As you begin the game, there are 151 first-generation characters available to you. There are also 720 pocket monsters in the game. Pokemon GO has the same rules as in other Pokemon games released for Nintendo consoles. Each creature has a type (fire, water, flying, and so on), thanks to which the character is effective against some Pokemon and vulnerable to others. Remember that the Pokemon type only matters for the creature that is being attacked. Below you will find a type chart with all types of Pokemon in Pokemon GO. A handy Pokemon Type Chart contains a list of types against which it is stronger/weaker, how many Candies are required for evolution, and the maximum CP (Combat Power) for each Pokemon.

Stronger/Weaker

In the case when a Pokemon attacks, the type of attack is more important than the kind of Pokemon. There are creatures in the game, which, for example, are of the flying type, but have ice, fire, or electric attack – these attacks will determine what damage the enemy will receive. It is important to know the strengths and weaknesses of your Pokemon when you start fighting in Gyms. You can deftly defeat a Pokemon with a higher CP if you take advantage of its weakness against a certain type of creature.

• It is worth noting that the maximum CP or Combat Power indicates the limit of strength increase available to a level 40 trainer, so do not worry if you never see a Bulbasaur with a CP equal to 1000 in the wilderness.

These numbers will come in handy when you have enough candy for evolution and you will decide which Pokemon to develop, or wait until you catch a Pokemon with a higher CP value. This is usually the best strategy to wait for a Pokemon with a higher CP, instead of developing a Pokemon with a low CP and then spending extra candy and stardust to increase strength.

Pokemon Type Chart: Pokemon Types and Their Characteristics

Here is the carefully prepared type chart for you. Once have picked a random Pokemon with our generator, you can see its characteristics here.