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If a Pokemon contained all types at once, would it have a weakness?

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User Info: gamezrochard

gamezrochard
3 years ago#1
I got this idea watching that Arceus movie, since he just absorbed all the types in the intro.

Now, for example, lets say a fire move hit this Pokemon.

Now this Pokemon is weak to Fire because of Ice, Grass, Bug, Ground, and Steel. But it also resists it because of Water, Fire, Rock, and Dragon, and isn't touched by ground because its Flying.

So by those standards, is it weak to anything? Is it 4x weak to anything? Gimme some ideas, PokePros.
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User Info: LotrMorgoth

LotrMorgoth
3 years ago#2
it could change types so it just changed to something resistant against the attack
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User Info: SoIldSnlvy

SoIldSnlvy
3 years ago#3
It's 2x weak to ice. Ice, water, and steel resist it but it's SE versus Grass, flying, ground and dragon.

Electric, ground, normal, fighting and ghost are out of the equation if we're not using fairy.
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R0cks0l1dd
3 years ago#4
It's only weak to Rock IIRC, I think all the other weaknesses cancel each other out. This doesn't include Fairy though.
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gamezrochard
3 years ago#5
I am not including Fairy, because it's effectiveness hasn't been fully confirmed.
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gamezrochard
3 years ago#6
SoIldSnlvy posted...
It's 2x weak to ice. Ice, water, and steel resist it but it's SE versus Grass, flying, ground and dragon.

Electric, ground, normal, fighting and ghost are out of the equation if we're not using fairy.


Fire resists Ice moves, IIRC.
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Bountyan
3 years ago#7
It would only be weak to Rock.
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Aysander
3 years ago#8
gamezrochard posted...
SoIldSnlvy posted...
It's 2x weak to ice. Ice, water, and steel resist it but it's SE versus Grass, flying, ground and dragon.

Electric, ground, normal, fighting and ghost are out of the equation if we're not using fairy.


Fire resists Ice moves, IIRC.


Yup. Another slight flaw in Fire-Flyings, lol. 1x from Icicle Crash and Avalanche.

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gamezrochard
3 years ago#9
Yup, Rock x2. Interesting. There are no others though?! Thats actually... surprisingly balanced.
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reaverz
3 years ago#10
I really love that such a Pokemon would only be weak to Rock, Fairy type notwithstanding. Maybe it says something of the validity of Stealth Rock complaints...
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