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This chart details the effectiveness of specific type attacks against dual type Pokémon. Each cell is color-coded to relate to a specific effectiveness, as detailed below.
|Black cells designate completely ineffective attacks.|
One or both of the types the dual type Pokémon has is unaffected by the element. Even if just one type is unaffected, it will nullify the attack and be rendered useless.
- EX. Ground vs. Fire/Flying
|Dark-blue cells designate Not Very Effective attacks.|
Dark-blue cells designate 1 Neutral and 1 Not Very Effective. These do 0.5x damage.
- EX. Fighting vs. Flying/Dragon
|Blue cells designate doubly Not Very Effective attacks.|
Blue cells designate 2 Not Very Effective. These do 0.25x damage.
- EX. Fighting vs. Flying/Bug
|White cells designate neutral attacks.|
This can either be 1 Super Effective, and 1 Not Very Effective...
- EX. Fire vs. Water/Grass
Or 2 Normally Effective.
- EX: Normal VS Water/Flying
Both do Normal Damage.
|Dark-red cells designate Super Effective attacks.|
This shows 1 Super Effective type, and 1 Normal Effective type. One is weak to that particular element, whereas the other takes normal damage. This does 2x damage.
- EX: Fire vs. Grass/Poison
|Red cells designate doubly Super Effective attacks.|
Here there are 2 Super Effectives occurring in one attack. Both types are weak to that particular element. This does 4x damage.
- EX: Electric vs. Water/Flying
Dual type attack chart
Generation VI onward (current)