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Glitch 1

A battle against Chiisai-u

Glitch 3

A Pikachu battling Chiisai-u.

Chiisai-u (ゥ) is a Types refer to different elemental properties associated with both Pokémon and their moves. There are 18 total official types of Pokémon:

Normal Fire
Water Grass
Electric Ice
Fighting Poison
Ground Flying
Psychic Bug
Rock Ghost
Dark Dragon
Steel Fairy

These 18 types apply to both Pokémon and their moves. Prior to Generation V, there existed the ??? type which was only applied to the move Curse before having its typing changed, and the Shadow type, which was only present in Pokemon Colosseum and Pokemon XD: Gale of Darkness.

Each type has its own strengths and weaknesses, most of which are logical setups. Fire-type Pokémon are weak to Water-type Pokémon, Ice-type Pokémon are weak to Fire-type Pokémon, Water-type Pokémon are weak to Electric-type Pokémon, etc. These matchups also apply to the types of moves as well. A Fire-type move such as Ember will be strong against a Grass-type Pokémon such as Bulbasaur. Some types of Pokémon are also immune to a certain type of moves, regardless of its attack power, such as using an offensive Ghost-type move on a Normal-type Pokémon.

Pokémon themselves can have up to two types, making them Dual-Type Pokémon, but moves can only be one type (with the exception of the move Flying Press which is a Fighting/Flying-type move). Most if not all dual-type Pokémon's types correspond with one another such as a Grass/Poison-type Pokémon such as Bulbasaur, or a Rock/Ground-type Pokémon such as Onix. However, not all dual-type Pokémon's types relate to each other like this. Some Pokémon may be dual-type between two types that don't normally go together such as Water/Electric-types (such as Lanturn) or Grass/Water types (such as Ludicolo) or Grass/Flying-types (such as Jumpluff), or Fighting/Psychic (such as Medicham). Some dual-type Pokémon lose one of their types and gain a different type upon Evolution such as Scyther (a Bug/Flying type) which evolves into Scizor (a Bug/Steel type). Some singular type Pokémon will change completely to a different type or types upon evolution, such as Azurill (a Normal/Fairy Type) which evolves into Marill (a Water/Fairy Type) or Eevee (a Normal Type) which can evolve into Flareon (a Fire Type), Jolteon (an Electric Type), Vaporeon (a Water Type), Espeon (a Psychic Type), Umbreon (a Dark Type), Glaceon (an Ice Type), Leafeon (a Grass Type) or Sylveon (a Fairy Type).


  • The only exceptopn to the max dual typing is the manga-exclusive "Zapmolcuno"
  • Both Generation II and VI added to the list of types, Gen II adding Dark and Steel, and Gen VI adding Fairy.
    • Due to this, several Pokémon have been retyped to take advantage of the addition of new types, with the entire Magnemite line retyped to Electric/Steel and many others becoming Fairy-typed following the introduction of the Fairy type.

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/Ground glitch-type Pokémon in the Generation I games.

It occupies slot 205 in the game and evolves into the Pokémon Spearow at Level 9 and then into Fearow at Level 20. The game crashes when the Pokémon is encountered or sent into battle. It can only be obtained in the wild through method #3 of the Mew Glitch with a Special of 193. It can be found on Pokémon Red and Blue, Pokémon Green, and Pokémon Yellow.


  • This Pokémon shares its most of its data with pT, PC4SH, and PkMnaPKnfPknk. That means if pT, PC4SH, and PkMnaPKnfPknk counted, it means as of Gen V, Ground has paired with every type except for Fighting. Same thing with Flying type.
  • Chiisai-u (ゥ) has the highest base stats of all Pokémon.
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