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These types are generally weak to Fightning Pokémon:
 
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These types are generally resistant to Fighting Pokémon:
 
These types are generally resistant to Fighting Pokémon:
* [[Normal (TCG)|Normal]] (if the Pokémon was a {{t|Flying}} type in the Game Boy game)
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==Pokémon==
 
==Pokémon==

Revision as of 07:47, 10 July 2005

The Fighting type is one of the nine TCG elemental types.

The Fighting type contains all Fighting , Rock and Ground Pokémon found in the Game Boy games. For example, Machamp, Onix and dugtrio are all Fighting types in the TCG.


Battle Properties

Generally Fighting Pokémon has a weakness to:

Generally Fighting Pokémon has a resistance to:

These types are generally weak to Fightning Pokémon:

  • Dark
  • Normal (if the type of the resistant Pokémon was a Normal type in the Game Boy games)

These types are generally resistant to Fighting Pokémon:

  • Normal (if the type of the resistant Pokémon was a Flying type in the Game Boy game)

Pokémon

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