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This is a list of Pokémon with unique type combinations across the generations. A Pokémon qualifies as having a unique type combination if no other Pokémon aside from any evolutionary relatives has that type combination. Since the game rarely makes a distinction between a Pokémon's first and second types when calculating damage, this list does not consider every permutation of types, but instead considers only combinations. In other words, Pokémon such as Spiritomb (a Ghost/Dark-type Pokémon) and Sableye (a Dark/Ghost-type Pokémon) are treated as having the same type combination.
List of Pokémon with unique type combinations
List of Pokémon with formerly unique type combinations
- Over 40% of all (140) used type combinations are unique to a single Pokémon (29 combinations) or evolutionary family (32 combinations).
- Several single-type Pokémon—Tangela, Dratini, Dragonair, Sudowoodo, Umbreon, Misdreavus, and Tornadus—were unique in their single typing when introduced, but later generations introduced more Pokémon with those types.
- Generation V introduced the most Pokémon with unique type combinations, with 33.
- Generation VIII introduced the fewest Pokémon with unique type combinations, with 12.
- While not evolutionary relatives, Lunatone and Solrock are the only Rock/Psychic-type Pokémon and Carbink and Diancie are the only Rock/Fairy-type Pokémon.
- Several Pokémon had a unique type combination until part-way through a generation.