Electric-types the type of Pokémon where our all-time favorite Pikachu came from. That is why why are one of the top choice for Trainers and have always electrified the Pokémon community. These type of Pokémon are a top pick for Trainers which they always keep one of two in their pocket. In this guide we will help you understand the strengths and weaknesses of Electric-type Pokémon.
Electric-type Pokémon symbolize modernity and advancement. They embody the sheer force of nature and its untamed energy. Icons like Pikachu, Raichu, and Jolteon are often reminiscent of creatures that channel electricity. Others, like Magneton and Electivire, draw inspiration from technological progress. And then there are those, like Zapdos and Luxray, that mirror mythical beings infused with electric might.
Electric Type Pokémon Are Strong Against
Electric-type Pokémon are very strong against Water and Flying-type Pokémon. They deal double the damage to these types, making them highly effective when facing these opponents. Additionally, they are resistant to attacks from Electric, Flying, and Steel-types, taking reduced damage. Electric-types also have a natural resistance to their own kind, ensuring they take only half the damage from fellow Electric-type moves.
Electric Type Pokémon Weakness
All Pokémon has weakness and that includes Electric Types. Electric Pokémon are very weak against Ground-type Pokémon skills, which can completely negate their electric attacks just like in real world where electricity can’t do much if they are grounded. So, the next time you encounter these type of Pokémon make sure to have a ground type on your pocket.
Electric Type Pokémon Can Deal Normal Damage
All Pokémon Type Strength and Weakness Chart
Here’s a detailed list of all types of Pokémon with their Strength and Weakness.
|Ghost||Ghost, Psychic||Dark, Ghost|
|Grass||Ground, Rock, Water||Bug, Fire, Flying, Ice, Poison|
|Steel||Fairy, Ice, Rock||Fighting, Fire, Ground|
|Dark||Ghost, Psychic||Bug, Fairy, Fighting|
|Dragon||Dragon||Dragon, Fairy, Ice|
|Fire||Bug, Grass, Ice, Steel||Ground, Rock, Water|
|Water||Fire, Ground, Rock||Electric, Grass|
|Ground||Electric, Fire, Poison, Rock, Steel||Grass, Ice, Water|
|Psychic||Fighting, Poison||Bug, Dark, Ghost|
|Rock||Bug, Fire, Flying, Ice||Fighting, Grass, Ground, Steel, Water|
|Bug||Grass, Dark, Psychic||Fire, Flying, Rock|
|Fairy||Fighting, Dark, Dragon||Poison, Steel|
|Flying||Bug, Fighting, Grass||Electric, Ice, Rock|
|Fighting||Dark, Ice, Normal, Rock, Steel||Fairy, Flying, Psychic|
|Ice||Dragon, Flying, Grass, Ground||Fighting, Fire, Rock, Steel|
|Poison||Fairy, Grass||Ground, Psychic|
The Dual Electric Type Pokémon
Some Pokémon have dual type capability, making them extra strong with an added layer of strategy to Pokémon battles. Take Rotom, for instance, which can have various forms like Electric and Water-type in its Wash Rotom form. This dual nature means that the strengths and weaknesses of both types are in play, often leading to unexpected battle outcomes.
For Dual Electric-types, the battle dynamics can vary. For example, a Dual Type Pokémon like Lanturn, which is both Electric and Water-type, is most vulnerable to Ground-type moves but also has a unique advantage against Water and Flying-types due to its Electric typing. This combination can lead to interesting battle strategies, keeping opponents on their toes.