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The Psychic type contains most {{t|Psychic}}-, {{t|Ghost}}- and {{type|Poison}} Pokémon found in the main series video games. For example, {{p|Alakazam}}, {{p|Gengar}} and {{p|Garbodor}} are all Psychic types in the TCG.
 
The Psychic type contains most {{t|Psychic}}-, {{t|Ghost}}- and {{type|Poison}} Pokémon found in the main series video games. For example, {{p|Alakazam}}, {{p|Gengar}} and {{p|Garbodor}} are all Psychic types in the TCG.
   
Prior to the {{TCG|Diamond & Pearl}} set, the Psychic type did not contain any {{type|Poison}} Pokémon found in the main series video games. Rather, {{type|Poison}} were {{tcg|Grass}} type cards. Starting with {{TCG|Sword & Shield}}, {{type|Poison}} Pokémon are now grouped in with {{tcg|Darkness}}.
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Prior to the {{TCG|Diamond & Pearl}} set, the Psychic type did not contain any {{type|Poison}} Pokémon found in the main series video games. Rather, {{type|Poison}} were {{tcg|Grass}} type cards.
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Starting with {{TCG|Sword & Shield}}, Pokémon that are {{type|Fairy}} in the video games will be Psychic type and {{type|Poison}} Pokémon are now grouped in with {{tcg|Darkness}}.
   
 
The corresponding {{DL|Energy card (TCG)|Basic Energy}} card is {{TCG|Psychic Energy}}.
 
The corresponding {{DL|Energy card (TCG)|Basic Energy}} card is {{TCG|Psychic Energy}}.

Revision as of 19:08, 9 January 2020

TCG types
Grass
Grass
Fire
Fire
Water
Water
Lightning
Lightning
Psychic
Psychic
Fighting
Fighting
Darkness
Darkness
Metal
Metal
Dragon
Dragon
Fairy
Fairy
Colorless
Colorless
This article is about the TCG type. For the Trainer class that appeared in the TCG, see Seer (Aquapolis 133).

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

The Psychic type contains most 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.

Starting with Sword & Shield, Pokémon that are Fairy-type in the video games will be Psychic type and Poison-type Pokémon are now grouped in with Darkness.

The corresponding Basic Energy card is Psychic Energy.

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.

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese Chīu
Mandarin Chāo
The Netherlands Flag.png Dutch Paranormaal
France Flag.png French Psy
Germany Flag.png German Psycho
Indonesia Flag.png Indonesian Psychic
Italy Flag.png Italian Psico*
Psiche*
South Korea Flag.png Korean Cho
Brazil Flag.png Brazilian Portuguese Psíquica
Russia Flag.png Russian Психо Psikho
Spain Flag.png Spanish Psíquico
Thailand Flag.png Thai พลังจิต Phlangchit


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