A Pokemon type chart that is much easier to read

A Pokemon type chart that is much easier to read

The easiest way to understand Pokemon type effectiveness. I don’t know about you, but Pokemon Type Effectiveness of the past always look like multiplication tables.

read it nooooooooooooowwwwwwwwwwwwwwww!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Oh how I reminisce.

pokemon haha if u ever played Pokemon first red version or leaf green this is hilarious

Pokémon Used FEELINGS! It's Super Effective!

Pokémon Used FEELINGS! It's Super Effective!

Pokémon Used FEELS. This happened with the my tenticool. I had feels for like an hour

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

You're welcome.

Did anyone else realize that the Diglett's level is 69?

Super effective!

Airalin doesn't want to admit she's getting to big to ride around on Noir like he's her private ferry. Hope you like it! ^^ See the newest Airalin comics a week early before they're uploaded to Dev...

Airalin doesnt want to admit shes getting to big to ride around on Noir like hes her private ferry. ^^ See the newest Airalin comics a week early before theyre uploaded to Dev.

I feel like I could find a way for Dan to use this, just don't know how yet, but he's messy enough for me to find something :-D

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