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The '''Grass type''' is one of the ten {{TCG|Elemental types|TCG elemental types}}. It is represented by the color green.
 
The '''Grass type''' is one of the ten {{TCG|Elemental types|TCG elemental types}}. It is represented by the color green.
   
The Grass type contains all {{t|Poison}}, {{t|Bug}}, and {{t|Grass}} Pokémon found in the Game Boy games. For example, {{p|Muk}}, {{p|Beedrill}}, and {{p|Sceptile}} are all Grass types in the TCG. However, if the Pokémon is a {{type2|Poison}} in the games, starting with {{TCG|Diamond & Pearl}}, they are depicted as {{ct|Psychic}}.
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The Grass type contains all {{t|Grass}}- and {{type2|Bug}} Pokémon found in the main series video games. For example, {{p|Sceptile}} and {{p|Beedrill}} are all Grass types in the TCG.
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Prior to the {{TCG|Diamond & Pearl}} set, the Grass type also contained all {{type2|Poison}} Pokémon found in the main series video games. For example, {{p|Muk}} and {{p|Weezing}} were Grass types in the TCG. However, {{type2|Poison}} Pokémon are now {{TCG|Psychic}} type cards.
   
 
==Battle properties==
 
==Battle properties==
Generally Grass Pokémon have a weakness to:
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Generally, Grass Pokémon have a weakness to:
* {{TCG|Fire}} (if the Pokémon was a {{t|Grass}}- or {{type2|Bug}} in the video games)
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* {{TCG|Fire}} (if the Pokémon is a {{t|Grass}}- or {{type2|Bug}} in the video games)
* {{TCG|Psychic}} (if the Pokémon was a {{type2|Poison}} in the video games)
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* {{TCG|Psychic}} (if the Pokémon is a {{type2|Poison}} in the video games)
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Generally, Grass Pokémon have a resistance to:
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* {{TCG|Fighting}} (if the Pokémon is a {{type2|Bug}} in the video games)
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* {{TCG|Water}} (if the Pokémon is a {{type2|Grass}}{{tt|*|beginning with the e-Card sets}} in the video games)
   
 
These types are generally weak to Grass Pokémon:
 
These types are generally weak to Grass Pokémon:
* {{TCG|Water}}
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* {{TCG|Water}}
* {{TCG|Fighting}} (if the Pokémon was a {{t|Ground}}- or {{type2|Rock}} in the video games)
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* {{TCG|Fighting}} (if the Pokémon is a {{t|Ground}}- or {{type2|Rock}} in the video games)
* {{TCG|Darkness}} (if the Pokémon was {{t|Dark}} and {{2t|Water|Grass}}-type in the video games)
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* {{TCG|Darkness}} (if the Pokémon is {{t|Dark}} and {{2t|Water|Grass}}-type in the video games)
   
 
These types are generally resistant to Grass Pokémon:
 
These types are generally resistant to Grass Pokémon:
* {{TCG|Metal}} (only before {{TCG|EX Ruby & Sapphire}})
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* {{TCG|Metal}} (if the Pokémon is a {{type2|Steel}}{{tt|*|up until the EX sets}} in the video games)
   
 
==Grass Pokémon in the TCG==
 
==Grass Pokémon in the TCG==

Revision as of 13:14, 6 January 2012

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 Grass type is one of the ten TCG elemental types. It is represented by the color green.

The Grass type contains all Grass- and Template:Type2 Pokémon found in the main series video games. For example, Sceptile and Beedrill are all Grass types in the TCG.

Prior to the Diamond & Pearl set, the Grass type also contained all Template:Type2 Pokémon found in the main series video games. For example, Muk and Weezing were Grass types in the TCG. However, Template:Type2 Pokémon are now Psychic type cards.

Battle properties

Generally, Grass Pokémon have a weakness to:

Generally, Grass Pokémon have a resistance to:

These types are generally weak to Grass Pokémon:

These types are generally resistant to Grass Pokémon:

Grass Pokémon in the TCG

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