The Ghost type is one of the eighteen types. Prior to changes in Generation IV, all damaging Ghost-type moves were physical, but they may now also be special depending on the attack.
Ghost is the only type with more than one immunity. However, these immunities can be removed by Foresight, Odor Sleuth, or Scrappy. As of Generation VI, Ghost-type Pokémon are immune to being trapped by all trapping moves and Abilities, including the binding effect of moves such as Infestation. Ghost types are also guaranteed to run from wild battles regardless of Speed. Most Ghost-type Pokémon can learn Will-O-Wisp and other status condition-inducing moves.
Ghost types are also unique in the fact that they have a type-specific attack: Curse, which works differently for Ghost-type Pokémon than it does for other Pokémon. The move Trick-or-Treat adds the Ghost type to the target's types.
Since Steel-type Pokémon no longer resist Ghost-type attacks in Generation VI, Ghost is tied with Dragon for the least resisted type, being resisted by Dark and ineffective against Normal. Consequently, no Pokémon currently resists a combination of Fighting and Ghost-type attacks, as the only type combination capable of this (Normal/Ghost) has never materialized (except when Trick-or-Treat is considered).
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Pure Ghost-type Pokemon
Part Ghost-type Pokemon