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You can tell what most pokemon's typing is by their appearance alone.
I call BS on that.
Water types tend to be blue, and aquatic animals. Fire types, red. Poison, purple. Grass, green. Plus, they have plants popping out somewhere. Dark types tend to look sinister. Or have a dark blue or black coloring. Bug types. Nuff said.
Come on. To deny that you can tell the types of most of the pokemon by their appearance is to be disingenuous.
Tell me you could tell on first sight the types of these Pokemon (and that means both tpes where it applies):
Grass absorbs ligth, thus it would hit ligth for supereffective.
Ligth could hit water for supereffective, it vaporizes water.
Poison could hit ligth for supereffective, just cause it needs to be could against something.
Any other ideas?"
This is what I said back mid February.
People laughed and scoffed at me, but who's laughing now eh?
How about, "Poison gas can clog the skies and eliminate sunlight?" Better than nothing. Light and Dark could be weak to each other. Bugs could be ineffective against light because they just stare at lights. Ground could resist light because light doesn't reach through thick sand.
Wait, ligth? What's ligth? Something like Gigalith?