The Normal type is one of the eighteen types. Prior to changes in Generation IV, all damaging Normal-type moves were physical, but they may now also be special, depending on the move.
The Normal type is tied with the Electric type for the fewest defensive weaknesses, but with no resistances and one immunity, it is also tied with Ice as the least resistant type. Many Normal-type Pokémon with a secondary type mitigate their weakness with the secondary type (as with Flying, the type most commonly paired with Normal), leaving them with only the weaknesses of their secondary type.
Normal-type Pokémon, on average, have the lowest Defense and Special Defense of all Pokémon and of fully evolved Pokémon.
The Normal type is the only type that is not super effective against any other type.
The combination of Normal and Ground-type moves provides good neutral coverage, with only five type combinations resisting both, because Ground covers both of the types that resist Normal. Their inability to hit Ghost-type Pokémon can be nullified by using Foresight, Odor Sleuth, or by Pokémon with the Ability Scrappy. In these cases, it will provide unresisted coverage when paired with Fighting-type moves (excluding Pokémon with Wonder Guard).
On average, fully evolved Pokémon with the Normal type have the lowest base Special Attack of all types.
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Pure Normal-type Pokemon
Part Normal-type Pokemon