I think there's a confusion on how to say the types, so I hope this blog helps you out with that. I found the sayings in Pokémon X and Pokémon Y, so they're officially correct.
- If you want to say only the type without referring to Pokémon,
moves or others, just say "(type) type".
- For example, here's the in-game description of Curse: A move that works differently for the Ghost type than for all other types. Another example is the description of Electrify: If the target is electrified before it uses a move during that turn, the target's move becomes Electric type.
- Now, if you want to refer about a Pokémon, for example, add a
-, like this "(type)-type Pokémon".
- For example, the in-game description of Flower Shield is: The user raises the Defense stat of …
- If you want to say only the type without referring to Pokémon, moves or others, just say "(type) type".
Hi Pokémon Wiki, this is my first blog in this Wiki, and I want to start by talking about something that really doesn’t fit here.
As you’ve probably noticed, I’ve just finished adding the categories “Small Pokémon”, “Medium-Sized Pokémon”, “Large Pokémon”, “Light Pokémon”, “Medium-Weighed Pokémon” and “Heavy Pokémon” to the corresponding Pokémon. But in the meantime I started thinking, “Mmm, ‘Light Pokémon’ sounds like if the category refers to the Light-type”, a type that was rumored to be added before Pokémon X and Y were released along with the Sound-type. It was rumored that Xerneas would be a Light-type Legendary Pokémon and Yveltal a Sound-type Legendary Pokémon, however, the Fairy-type was added instead. But still I think it’s pretty…Read more >