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Should water type moves make flying type pokemon susceptible to ground attacks?

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User Info: Brandon042487

Brandon042487
4 years ago#11
Water should be Super Effective against Steel because a lot of steel templates are cut by useing high pressure water.
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User Info: im_bored

im_bored
4 years ago#12
Light type should be super effective against everything but everything should also be super effective against it.
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User Info: StealthRock

StealthRock
4 years ago#13
Not to mention that many flying types don't have feathers like The genies, Dragons, and some others
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User Info: pokemonfreak97

pokemonfreak97
4 years ago#14
Should Fire-type moves make Steel-type Pokémon weak to the Normal-type moves Cut, Scratch, and Slash, but only those moves?

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User Info: mustardpi314

mustardpi314
4 years ago#15
where's that one copypasta of flying types being weak to everything when you need it
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