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'''Resistance''' is when an Attack Type of an attacking Pokémon's battle points has weakened due to the different type of the opposing Pokémon when not affected. For example, a [[Charmander]] has used [[Ember]] on a [[Squirtle]]. The attack type of Ember was [[Fire]], and Squirtle's Type was Water. Water Types are not affected by Fire type attacks, therefore the attack points of Ember has weakened. When a Pokemon is attacked by an attack that was Super Effective for that opposing Pokémon, in this case, there is no resistance.
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'''Resistance''' is when an Attack Type of an attacking Pokémon's battle points has weakened due to the different type of the opposing Pokémon when not affected. For example, a [[Charmander]] has used [[Ember]] on a [[Squirtle]]. The attack type of Ember was [[Fire]], and Squirtle's Type was Water. Water Types are not affected by Fire type attacks, therefore the attack points of Ember has weakened. When a Pokémon is attacked by an attack that was Super Effective for that opposing Pokémon, in this case, there is no resistance.
 
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Latest revision as of 20:01, October 17, 2013

Resistance is when an Attack Type of an attacking Pokémon's battle points has weakened due to the different type of the opposing Pokémon when not affected. For example, a Charmander has used Ember on a Squirtle. The attack type of Ember was Fire, and Squirtle's Type was Water. Water Types are not affected by Fire type attacks, therefore the attack points of Ember has weakened. When a Pokémon is attacked by an attack that was Super Effective for that opposing Pokémon, in this case, there is no resistance.

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