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The Iron Ball makes Flying & Levitating Pokemon susceptible to Ground-type moves, right? Does it reduce/remove the holder's weakness to moves that are super effective to Flying?

asked Feb 16, 2011 by ShroomTV
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The Pokemon still keeps its Flying type, it just loses immunity to Ground. So (for example) a Staraptor with Iron Ball will still be hit super-effectively by (for another example) Thunderbolt.

answered Feb 16, 2011 by trachy
Alright, I wasn't totally clear on that. Thanks man!