I do not understand why Bug-Types are effective against Dark-Types..
Though, I have heard of the saying "Bugs ain't afraid of the dark"
I'd imagine most people think of birds because flying's most well-known offensive type advantage is against bug, which is derived from birds eating insects. Likely people think of that, then think of the rest of them as referring to how a bird would fare against other things. Though I'd agree that that doesn't necessarily have to be the main basis.
That and the flying type was pretty much every bird pokémon in gen 1 except the iffy psyduck line.
All fear the vampiric ghost skeletal uber mr. mime caterpie!
Thank you Megadio for the awesome banner.
Why is Flying super effective against Grass?
Last edited by Poliwhirl'sMittens; 10th October 2012 at 4:27 AM.
Last edited by Poliwhirl'sMittens; 10th October 2012 at 5:46 AM.
My problem is how steel good against ice? I mean ice can become pretty hard, plus shouldn't steel also be weak against water since steel is basically metal and metal can rust from water.
FC Pokemon Flare♥ / 2681-0317-2090
Spoiler:- My Saying to all who are Bullies:
My Favorite Type of Pokemon!
I Do Not Own The Above Picture! All Credit To The Original Artist.
Water putting out fire is supposed to be a "universal" thing.
Dragon should be nerfed if you think water is op. And after your "changes", water becomes weak to three types, and only super effective to 2 types.
Also, ice melts in water if you may, so is ice weak to water now?
I'm pretty sure water douse fire, if not, why would they do that in a fire situation then?
I've never been able to figure out why Dragons are almost universally weak to Ice. Perhaps it's because of their cold blood?
Either way, Pokemon's types make more sense than virtually any of the type match-ups in Final Fantasy. Some examples include Fire being weak to Ice.
Creating sentience is simple. Accepting it, however, is harder than it looks.