'Pokémon GO's Biggest Secret? Type Is Way More Important Than CP
Everyone can probably guess the Charmander (fire) beats Bulbasaur (grass) beats Squirtle (water) who beats Charmander loop that’s the rock-paper-scissors of the game. But there are way more types than that, and this is where you need to bust out a chart from the old Red and Blue days. If you can’t read it below, click for a full size version here.
Why do I need to know what type of water weeds I have? Isn’t it better to know your enemy so you can attack its weakness? Knowing the type of weed will give you an advantage when deciding the course of action to take. Weeds are all different, they can propagate by seeds, fragmentation, and by nodes. Changes in temperature and PH of the water can effect some weeds. Time of the year is another parameter that needs to be discussed.
Bulu Monsters and the skills they use come in a range of types. Each type can have a weakness or resistance to one or more other types (except Common). Advantage over a type increases damage by x% while a disadvantage (except Common) decreases damage by x%. These relationships are presented further in the article in the form of a table and gallery. The currently available types are: Common, Earth, Fire, Water, Ice, Lightning, Wind, Spirit, Evil, Dragon, and Mythic.
Ladies and Gentlemen~ I proudly present the Water Fruit :3 -- There was a gigantic discussion about my fan-made DF so I came up with a kind of bio for it - though there are mainly the strengths and weaknesses. Sorry for the following massive text block m_m Saa, hajimeiyou :3 Commonly used name: Water Water Fruit "Original" name: Shapu Shapu no Mi (lit. Drip Drip Fruit, sound of dripping water) Type: Logia Eaten by: Monkey D. Light Color/shape: Electric blue apple with the typical swirl…