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What traits does a Pokemon need in order to be Fairy-type?

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2 years ago#1
Think of things like Gardevoir and Marill and why they became part Fairy-type, then think of why would they be assigned such a thing. Also think of the Fairy-type as a whole.
2 years ago#2
Idk...cute, elegant, whimsical, magical? (not in all cases.)

It's not as easy to define than fire or water. More like dark.
2 years ago#3
girly, cute and pink just seals the deal.
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2 years ago#4
Given how Altaria is Dragon-type, I'd imagine the boundaries for Fairy-type are VERY wide.
2 years ago#5
jakovu posted...
Given how Altaria is Dragon-type, I'd imagine the boundaries for Fairy-type are VERY wide.



Altaria is based on a legendary Chinese bird with Dragon traits. Its typing makes sense.
2 years ago#6
Amorphous pink blobs and magical creatures.
2 years ago#7
Xtremepieman posted...
Amorphous pink blobs and magical creatures.


When was Ditto confirmed?
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2 years ago#8
I think anything cute can be a fairy.
2 years ago#9
Would be interesting to see what a Dark/Fairy type would look like.
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2 years ago#10
Brave_Vesperia posted...
Would be interesting to see what a Dark/Fairy type would look like.


I'm picturing something like the Gremlins (1980s movie).
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