The world of Pokémon is made up of 900 creatures with magical powers that are quite difficult to understand in a strategic match. In fact, there are over 18 different types of Pokémon, with different attacks that have a major impact on the effectiveness of a Pokémon's attacks and defenses.
In this article, we will focus on the Fire-type Pokémon, notably its weaknesses. Let's also discover its characteristics and strengths in battle.
Weaknesses of Fire-type Pokemon
All Pokémon attacks affect certain types. And each type has its own strengths and weaknesses in attack and defense. You need to know these points to determine which attacks you can use in battle. What's more, an attack that is more advantageous to another opponent will always cause more damage than normal.
Fire-type Pokémon are weak against :
Hence the reason why no fire-type Pokémon takes on a defensive role.
As for attacks, the fire type is not very effective against :
These fire-type Pokémon are highly represented in battle, and they make a excellent choice of attacks to battle other Pokémon. In fact, the most famous fire-type Pokémon in battle is the flamboyant Salamèche. A popular Pokémon in Pokémon Go, it is a classic Pokémon that has been around since the first generation and has been emulated around the world.
In fact, here's a table illustrating the weaknesses as well as the strengths of a Pokémon of any type, including fire type:
Here's a guide to help you read the chart:
- The green 2 means effective attack
- 1/2 red means no effective attack
- Black 0 means totally ineffective
Characteristics of fire-type Pokémon
For a fire-type Pokémon to produce a fire-type attack, it must generate and store a flammable substance such as methane, alcohol, oil or venom. These substances can be capped by special glands or produced naturally and stored in a special pocket.
As its name suggests, a fire-type Pokémon uses a group of fire in its attacks. These attacks are special. In fact, this type of Pokémon has its own specialities. four weaknesses and as much strength and of resistance.
What are the strengths of fire-type Pokémon?
Fire-type Pokémon have several strengths. What are they?
In terms of defense, the fire type has more than 6 resistances against the Pokémon of :
What's more, Fire-type Pokémon are also super efficient against the ice type
- The fire-type Pokémon's attacks are also when exposed to the sun. Indeed, the latter reinforces their attack by multiplying the damage caused by 1.5. The latter is captivated by the zenith, drought and climate abilities, which cancel out the advantage of water over fire.
- Other fire-type Pokémon also have other talents. Both Brazier and Torch can increase the power of fire attacks. Conversely rain reduces power attacks from a fire-type Pokémon.
In short, these are the weaknesses of fire-type Pokémon. Anything that covers their skin and prevents them from breathing causes them intense stress, making them vulnerable to water, rock and soil attacks, as well as dragon attacks.
See also our articles on other types of Pokémon:
- Normal-type Pokémon
- Fire-type Pokémon
- Electrik-type Pokémon
- Poison-type Pokémon
- Battle-type Pokémon
- Pokémon of the flight type
- Psy-type Pokémon
- Spectrum-type Pokémon
- Darkness-type Pokémon
- Fairy-type Pokémon