Unique type combinations

Shouldn't there be a category for pokemon that have unique type combinations? I can list:

  • Giratina (dragon/ghost)
  • Froslass (ghost/ice)
  • Kyurem (dragon/ice)
  • Torterra (grass/ground)
  • Stunfish (ground/electric)
  • Terrakion (fighting/rock)
  • Dialga (dragon/steel)
  • Tyranitar/Mega Tyranitar (rock/dark)
  • Magcargo (fire/rock)
  • Shedinja (ghost/bug)
  • Rotom (normal form, ghost/electric)
  • Rotom (Mow Forme, electric/grass)
  • Rotom (Frost Forme, electric/ice)
  • Rotom (heat form, fire/electric)
  • Biberal (water/normal)
  • Dedenne (electric/fairy)
  • Diggersby (normal/ground)
  • Dragalge (poison/dragon)
  • Heracross/Mega Heracross (fighting/bug)
  • Hawlucha (fighting/flying)

Is this enough pokemon to warrant a category for pokemon with unique type combinations? Sam (BAZINGA) 18:41, July 19, 2013 (UTC)

Depends on what the unique type combination is. It would need a strict rule, as it should be only one Pokémon or few more that count as having the exceptional type combination. Energy X 19:19, July 19, 2013 (UTC)

The pokemon I listed are the only pokemon with those combinations after checking all the pokemon types pages so I know that they are the only ones with those combinations. Sam (BAZINGA) 19:27, July 19, 2013 (UTC)

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