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{{Type|Steel}}-[[Types|type]] [[Pokémon (species)|Pokémon]] are made of, or coated with, steel. They, along with {{type|Rock}}-type Pokémon and {{type|Ground}}-type Pokémon, are the three types that represent earth's minerals (all three are immune to the [[Sandstorm]] weather condition) with steel representing metal. Steel Pokémon are known for their resilience and strength.
 
{{Type|Steel}}-[[Types|type]] [[Pokémon (species)|Pokémon]] are made of, or coated with, steel. They, along with {{type|Rock}}-type Pokémon and {{type|Ground}}-type Pokémon, are the three types that represent earth's minerals (all three are immune to the [[Sandstorm]] weather condition) with steel representing metal. Steel Pokémon are known for their resilience and strength.
   
[[Magnemite]] and [[Magneton]] were the first Pokémon to be reclassified from a single-type ({{type|Electric}}-types) to a {{type|Steel}}/{{type|Electric}} dual-type. This was because, like the {{type|Dark}}-type, {{type|Steel}} Pokemon were not introduced until [[Generation II]], and the Magnemite family were first introduced in [[Generation I]].
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[[Magnemite]] and [[Magneton]] were the first Pokémon to be reclassified from a single-type ({{type|Electric}}-types) to a {{type|Steel}}/{{type|Electric}} dual-type. This was because, like the {{type|Dark}}-type, {{type|Steel}} Pokémon were not introduced until [[Generation II]], and the Magnemite family were first introduced in [[Generation I]].
   
 
To date, there are 6 single-steel-type Pokémon, including [[Arceus]] with the iron [[Plate]].
 
To date, there are 6 single-steel-type Pokémon, including [[Arceus]] with the iron [[Plate]].

Revision as of 11:30, January 13, 2013

Type Steel

Steel-type Pokémon are made of, or coated with, steel. They, along with Rock-type Pokémon and Ground-type Pokémon, are the three types that represent earth's minerals (all three are immune to the Sandstorm weather condition) with steel representing metal. Steel Pokémon are known for their resilience and strength.

Magnemite and Magneton were the first Pokémon to be reclassified from a single-type (Electric-types) to a Steel/Electric dual-type. This was because, like the Dark-type, Steel Pokémon were not introduced until Generation II, and the Magnemite family were first introduced in Generation I.

To date, there are 6 single-steel-type Pokémon, including Arceus with the iron Plate.

Steel-type Pokémon possess 11 resistances, higher than any other single Pokémon type. They also have a full immunity to Poison attacks. They are highly effective against Ice and Rock-types but have weaknesses to Fire, Ground and Fighting-type attacks.

Steel types are renowned for having the largest amount of resistances defensively, but have a large amount of resistances offensively, too.

Abilities of Steel Pokémon

Natural

Dream World

Steel Pokémon families

Unevolved First evolution Second evolution Other type
081 Magnemite 082 Magneton 462 Magnezone Electric
Pineco 205 Forretress - Bug; Only Forretress is Steel
Onix 208 Steelix - Ground; Only Steelix is Steel
Scyther 212 Scizor - Bug; Only Scizor is Steel
227 Skarmory - - Flying
303 Mawile - -
304 Aron 305 Lairon 306 Aggron Rock
374 Beldum 375 Metang 376 Metagross Psychic
379 Registeel - -
385 Jirachi - - Psychic
Piplup Prinplup 395 Empoleon Water; Only Empoleon is Steel
410 Shieldon 411 Bastiodon - Rock
Burmy 413C Wormadam - Bug (Trash Cloak)
436 Bronzor 437 Bronzong - Psychic
Riolu 448 Lucario - Fighting; Only Lucario is Steel
Nosepass 476 Probopass - Rock; Only Probopass is Steel
483 Dialga - - Dragon
485 Heatran - - Fire
Drilbur 530 Excadrill - Ground; Only Excadrill is Steel
Karrablast 589 Escavalier - Bug; Only Escavalier is Steel
597 Ferroseed 598 Ferrothorn - Grass
599 Klink 600 Klang 601 Klinklang
624 Pawniard 625 Bisharp - Dark
632 Durant - - Bug
638 Cobalion - - Fighting
649 Genesect Bug

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