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* [[Water (TCG)|Water]]
 
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* [[Fighting (TCG)|Fighting]] (if the Pokémon was a {{t|Ground}} or {{t|Rock}} type in the Game Boy games)
 
* [[Fighting (TCG)|Fighting]] (if the Pokémon was a {{t|Ground}} or {{t|Rock}} type in the Game Boy games)
* [[Dark (TCG)|Dark]] (if the Pokémon was {{t|Dark}} and {{t|Water}}/{{t|Grass}} type in the game boy games.)
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* [[Darkness (TCG)|Darkness]] (if the Pokémon was {{t|Dark}} and {{t|Water}}/{{t|Grass}} type in the game boy games.)
   
   

Revision as of 23:27, 11 July 2005

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

The Grass type contains all Poison, Bug, and Grass Pokémon found in the Game Boy games. For example, Muk, Beedrill and Sceptile are all Grass types in the TCG.


Battle Properties

Generally Grass Pokémon has a weakness too:

  • Fire (if the Pokémon was a Grass or Bug type in the Game Boy game)
  • Psychic (if the Pokémon was a Poison type in the Game Boy game)


These types are generally weak to Grass Pokémon:


These types are generally resistant to Grass Pokémon:

Popular Grass Pokémon in the TCG

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