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In Pokémon GO
===In Pokémon GO===
In [[Pokémon GO]], type effectiveness multipliers differ from that of the core series games, but using the same type effectiveness chart. AdditionallyMost significantly, an attacking type that would be ineffective against a defending type in the core series areis consideredinstead todoubly be double not very effective insteadresisted.
Instead of usingThe multipliers of base 2,in Pokémon GO uses multipliers are ofbased baseon 1.6 (1.4 prior to December 12, 2018 and 1.25 prior to June 21, 2017). LikeIf ina themove coreis seriessuper effective, ifits thedamage defendingis Pokémonmultiplied by 1.6; if it is dual-typedresisted, theits modifierdamage is calculateddivided asby 1.6 (multiplied by 0.625); if it is doubly resisted (i.e. corresponds to an immunity in the productcore series), its damage is divided by 1.6² (multiplied by 0.390625). If multiple of the modifiersPokémon's fortypes bothare weak to or resist the move's type, the product of itsthe typesmultipliers is used.
TypeThe possible effective multipliers are as follows:.
*!rowspan=2|Type '''×2.56''' for double super effective attackseffectiveness
*!colspan=2|Effective '''×1.6''' for super effective attacksmultiplier
* '''×0.625''' for not very effective attacks|-
* '''×0.390625''' for double not very effective attacks!Formula
* '''×0.244140625''' for triple not very effective attacks (e.g. a {{type|Fighting}} attack against {{p|Gengar}})!Value
|Doubly super effective
|Super effective
|Doubly resisted
|Triply resisted{{tt|*|Can only occur if the attack is doubled resisted by one type and resisted by the other}}
==In the TCG==

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