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How do dual types work??

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What im asking is like when a pokemon is grass and fire and its opponent uses a water move super effective against the fire but not very effective on the grass what does it make ??? super effective plus normal??

asked Dec 16, 2010 by Ike,Lloyd Irving
edited Dec 16, 2010 by Speed freak
I was wondering the same thing.

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Best answer

As Speedy said, but if you want details:
Without effect: x0
Not very effective: x0.5
Regulary effective: x1
Super effective: x2

So, Water attack on Fire/Grass should have NOT VERY - SUPER EFFECTIVITY (1x0.5x2=1) which is same as regular effectivity

answered Dec 16, 2010 by DarthDestiny
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No it makes neutral damage, like rock/ground adds the water and grass weakness to make 4x weakness. Posion and flying makes 4x fighting resistance so they cancel or strengthen weaknesses and resistances. also immunities stay immunities

answered Dec 16, 2010 by Speed freak
edited Dec 16, 2010 by Pokemaster