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#1QlJGamerPosted 9/20/2013 4:32:55 PM
●Fire-type Pokémon cannot be afflicted with the
Burned condition.
●Grass-type Pokémon are immune to Leech Seed and
powder and spore moves.
●Electric-type Pokémon cannot be afflicted with the
Paralyzed condition.
●Ice-type Pokémon are immune to the Frozen condition
and take no damage from hail.
●Poison-type Pokémon are immune to the Poison and Badly
Poisoned conditions, even when switching in with Toxic
Spikes in play. Poison-type Pokémon nullify Toxic Spikes
(unless these Pokémon are also Flying type or have the
Levitate Ability).
● Ground-type Pokémon are immune to Thunder Wave and
take no damage from a sandstorm.
●Flying-type Pokémon cannot be damaged by Spikes when
switching in, nor become afflicted with a Poison or Badly
Poisoned conditions due to switching in with Toxic Spikes
in play.
● Rock-type Pokémon take no damage from a sandstorm.
Their Sp. Def also goes up in a sandstorm.
● Ghost-type Pokémon are not affected by moves that
prevent Pokémon from fleeing from battle.
● Steel-type Pokémon take no damage from a sandstorm.
They are also immune to the Poison and Badly Poisoned
conditions. Even if switched in with Toxic Spikes in play,
they will not be afflicted with the Poison or Badly
Poisoned conditions.

I thought Steel was weak to water? what is going on?

http://www.pokemonxy.com/_ui/img/_en/art/Type-Matchup_chart_EN.pdf
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#2SlimeStackPosted 9/20/2013 4:33:52 PM
Steel was never weak to water... O.o
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#3Duskull24Posted 9/20/2013 4:34:00 PM
Old news is old.

Steel is weak against water, but water is not strong against steel
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#4jeffdogworthyPosted 9/20/2013 4:34:09 PM
Steel has never been weak to water.


If you used surf on a steelix, it's because its part ground.
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#5QlJGamer(Topic Creator)Posted 9/20/2013 4:34:50 PM
what about the fire pokemon not being burned?
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#6LusterPaladinPosted 9/20/2013 4:35:10 PM
Duskull24 posted...
Old news is old.

Steel is weak against water, but water is not strong against steel


Nope. That's completely wrong.
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#7Tigo73Posted 9/20/2013 4:35:54 PM
QlJGamer posted...
●Fire-type Pokémon cannot be afflicted with the
Burned condition.
Not new
●Grass-type Pokémon are immune to Leech Seed and
powder and spore moves.
New
●Electric-type Pokémon cannot be afflicted with the
Paralyzed condition.
New
●Ice-type Pokémon are immune to the Frozen condition
and take no damage from hail.
Not new
●Poison-type Pokémon are immune to the Poison and Badly
Poisoned conditions, even when switching in with Toxic
Spikes in play. Poison-type Pokémon nullify Toxic Spikes
(unless these Pokémon are also Flying type or have the
Levitate Ability).
Not new
● Ground-type Pokémon are immune to Thunder Wave and
take no damage from a sandstorm.
Not new
●Flying-type Pokémon cannot be damaged by Spikes when
switching in, nor become afflicted with a Poison or Badly
Poisoned conditions due to switching in with Toxic Spikes
in play.
Not new
● Rock-type Pokémon take no damage from a sandstorm.
Their Sp. Def also goes up in a sandstorm.
Not new
● Ghost-type Pokémon are not affected by moves that
prevent Pokémon from fleeing from battle.
New
● Steel-type Pokémon take no damage from a sandstorm.
They are also immune to the Poison and Badly Poisoned
conditions. Even if switched in with Toxic Spikes in play,
they will not be afflicted with the Poison or Badly
Poisoned conditions.
Not new

I thought Steel was weak to water? what is going on?
That was never the case
http://www.pokemonxy.com/_ui/img/_en/art/Type-Matchup_chart_EN.pdf


Comments in bold.
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#8QlJGamer(Topic Creator)Posted 9/20/2013 4:36:48 PM
Tigo73 posted...
QlJGamer posted...
●Fire-type Pokémon cannot be afflicted with the
Burned condition.
Not new
●Grass-type Pokémon are immune to Leech Seed and
powder and spore moves.
New
●Electric-type Pokémon cannot be afflicted with the
Paralyzed condition.
New
●Ice-type Pokémon are immune to the Frozen condition
and take no damage from hail.
Not new
●Poison-type Pokémon are immune to the Poison and Badly
Poisoned conditions, even when switching in with Toxic
Spikes in play. Poison-type Pokémon nullify Toxic Spikes
(unless these Pokémon are also Flying type or have the
Levitate Ability).
Not new
● Ground-type Pokémon are immune to Thunder Wave and
take no damage from a sandstorm.
Not new
●Flying-type Pokémon cannot be damaged by Spikes when
switching in, nor become afflicted with a Poison or Badly
Poisoned conditions due to switching in with Toxic Spikes
in play.
Not new
● Rock-type Pokémon take no damage from a sandstorm.
Their Sp. Def also goes up in a sandstorm.
Not new
● Ghost-type Pokémon are not affected by moves that
prevent Pokémon from fleeing from battle.
New
● Steel-type Pokémon take no damage from a sandstorm.
They are also immune to the Poison and Badly Poisoned
conditions. Even if switched in with Toxic Spikes in play,
they will not be afflicted with the Poison or Badly
Poisoned conditions.
Not new

I thought Steel was weak to water? what is going on?
That was never the case
http://www.pokemonxy.com/_ui/img/_en/art/Type-Matchup_chart_EN.pdf


Comments in bold.



when did this stuff changed I havent played since redfire.
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#9SlimeStackPosted 9/20/2013 4:36:49 PM
LusterPaladin posted...
Duskull24 posted...
Old news is old.

Steel is weak against water, but water is not strong against steel


Nope. That's completely wrong.


Pretty sure he meant steel does weak damage to water, but water does not do strong damage to steel.
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#10SlimeStackPosted 9/20/2013 4:37:49 PM
QlJGamer posted...

when did this stuff changed I havent played since redfire.


It changed now for X and Y. <.<
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