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If a Shedinja is in the rain, Fire attacks are no longer super effective. Will it hit it, or no?

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Increases the power of Water-type moves by 50%.
Decreases the power of Fire-type moves by 50%.


So the super effectiveness of Fire does not go away, it just hits like normal effectiveness.

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It will still hit because in the rain, fire attacks are still fire attacks. They just lose power.

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Fire is still super-effective even in Rain so it will hit

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