Five Easy to Follow Pokemon Type Charts


According to Bulbapedia, a type chart shows which modifiers are applied to move types when attacking Pokémon of each type. Please note that this only covers single types, not pairs. To get a dual-type Pokémon’s matchup against a specific move type, go across the table’s columns to each of the types, see what the effectiveness of the move is against both, and multiply the effectiveness together: in this way a Flying-type move would hit for 4× damage on a Bug/Grass Pokémon, while a Ground-type move used against the same would do only a quarter of its normal damage. The type chart differs depending on the generation of games it is from.

We decided to scour the internets looking for the right kind of Pokemon charts that big fans would have an easy time following.  Check them out after the jump

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Pokemon Gen 6 Type Matchups


Need Help With Confusing Pokemon X and Y Attack Types? This Chart makes it simple.

Defending Type


Cosmic: Seems like Fairy/Psychic/Normal have taken the “Light type” monikers, so Cosmic could still fit and take on “solar” moves.

First Type Generation Chart

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Another Generation VI Type Chart


More like Heartgold Pokemon.

Easy to read Firered Chart


The user who created this “Was getting frustrated finding an easy-to-read type matchup chart, so I made my own. Hopefully this quick-reference guide comes in handy for you too.”

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One Comment

  1. I really like these type charts, but one thing is really beginning to annoy me. In the first image, why do 12 Pokémon have X’s over them? Why those 12? What do they have in common? I’ve been looking at it for a while now and I can’t figure it out. Why are Charizard, Blastoise, Caterpie, Jigglypuff, Vileplume, Venonat, Diglett, Tentacool, Gastly, Drowzee, Exeggcute and Ditto crossed out?

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