( Normal type ノーマルタイプ Nōmaru taipu in Japanese) is one of the eighteen Pokémon elemental types.
The Normal type covers most of the Pokémon moves than the rest of the types. Most of them are harmless, or don't do it directly, they affect the Pokémon's characteristics instead. However, the damaging moves are based on standard attacks, like
Tackle and Scratch.
Normal-type Pokémon are more varied, with various statistics, growths and evolution methods. They also differ in habitats, they can be found in forests, caves, mountains, cities, etc.
This type is the one with less weaknesses, along with the
Electric type. But this type is also the only one that isn't very effective against another one.
Famous Normal-type Pokémon Trainers include
Whitney, the third Gym Leader of the Johto region; Norman, the fifth Gym Leader of Hoenn; Lenora, the second Gym Leader of Unova; and Cheren, replacing Lenora as Gym Leader in Pokémon Black 2 and White 2.
There are 170 Normal-type moves.
In battles: Other moves stand out.
64 moves are of the type.
19 moves are of the type.
87 moves are of the type.
In contests: Cute moves stand out.
39 moves are of the type.
33 moves are of the type.
31 moves are of the type.
26 moves are of the type.
19 moves are of the type.
22 moves don't have this categorization.
List of Normal-type moves
Effectiveness of Normal-type moves Not very effective against Pokémon of the types:
Ineffective against Pokémon of the types:
Weaknesses and resistances of the Normal type
A type chart displaying the weaknesses and resistances of a Pokémon when damaged by a move. Empty fields are moves that do normal damage.
Doubly super effective
Known Normal-type Pokémon Trainers
98 Pokémon are Normal type. (15.02% of all Pokémon)
Pure Normal-type Pokémon
60 Pokémon are pure Normal type. (67.33% of the Normal-type Pokémon)
Primary Normal-type Pokémon
34 Pokémon are primary Normal type. (31.68% of the Normal-type Pokémon)
Secondary Normal-type Pokémon
4 Pokémon are secondary Normal type. (1.98% of the Normal-type Pokémon)
Former Normal-type Pokémon
8 Pokémon were Normal type, but they no longer are.
Relations with other types
They're weak against the type because a normal person doesn't stand a chance against a professional fighter.
Fighting The and Rock types resist them because a normal person's hit against those elements is not very effective, as they are both hard.
Steel They're immune to the type and vice versa because a mortal and a ghost can't hurt each other.
^ 4 moves were changed from the Normal type to other types in
^ 3 moves were changed from the Normal type to the
Fairy type in Generation VI.
^ 60 until
^ 35 until
^ 50 until
Generation IV. ^
a b c d This Pokémon was a pure
-type Pokémon until Generation VI.
^ Only in its Aria Forme.
^ Only in its Pirouette Forme.
a b c d e f In
Generation VI this Pokémon changed to be a -type Pokémon. ^ a b In
Generation VI this Pokémon changed to be a / -type Pokémon.