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* Psychic (if the Pokémon is a {{t|Psychic}}- or {{type|Poison}} in the video games)
* {{TCG|Darkness}} (if the Pokémon is a {{t|Psychic}}- or {{type|Ghost}} type in the video games)
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Generally, Psychic Pokémon have a resistance to:
 
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These types are generally weak to Psychic Pokémon:
 
These types are generally weak to Psychic Pokémon:
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* {{TCG|Grass}} (if the Pokémon is a {{type|Poison}}{{tt|*|prior to the Diamond & Pearl set}} in the video games)
 
* {{TCG|Fighting}} (if the Pokémon is a {{type|Fighting}} in the video games)
 
* {{TCG|Fighting}} (if the Pokémon is a {{type|Fighting}} in the video games)
 
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* {{TCG|Colorless}} (if the Pokémon is a {{t|Normal}}-{{tt|*|prior to the EX Ruby & Sapphire set}} or {{type|Dragon}}{{tt|*|prior to the EX Ruby & Sapphire set}} in the video games)
 
* {{TCG|Colorless}} (if the Pokémon is a {{t|Normal}}-{{tt|*|prior to the EX Ruby & Sapphire set}} or {{type|Dragon}}{{tt|*|prior to the EX Ruby & Sapphire set}} in the video games)
 
* {{TCG|Darkness}}
 
* {{TCG|Darkness}}
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==Psychic Pokémon in the TCG==
 
==Psychic Pokémon in the TCG==

Revision as of 23:32, 25 March 2014

TCG types
Grass
Grass
Fire
Fire
Water
Water
Lightning
Lightning
Psychic
Psychic
Fighting
Fighting
Darkness
Darkness
Metal
Metal
Dragon
Dragon
Fairy
Fairy
Colorless
Colorless

The Psychic type is one of the eleven TCG types. It is represented by the color purple, and symbolized by an open eye.

The Psychic type contains all Psychic-, Ghost- and Poison-type Pokémon found in the main series video games. For example, Alakazam, Gengar and Garbodor are all Psychic types in the TCG.

Prior to the Diamond & Pearl set, the Psychic type did not contain any Poison-type Pokémon found in the main series video games. Rather, Poison-type were Grass type cards.

Battle properties

Generally, Psychic Pokémon have a weakness to:

Generally, Psychic Pokémon have a resistance to:

These types are generally weak to Psychic Pokémon:

These types are generally resistant to Psychic Pokémon:

Psychic Pokémon in the TCG

See Category:Psychic-type Pokémon cards for all Pokémon cards that have this type.


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