Steel type (Pokémon)

Steel type (Pokémon) is a anime/manga concept
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Strong Against Ice, Fairy and Rock-types. Weak against Fighting, Fire and Ground-types.

Overview

Steel Types were introduced in generation II with Magnemite and its family until Magnemite's type was changed to Steel and Electric. Steel-type moves were all physical until generation 4's changes. Steel type moves can be special or physical depending on the attacks.

Battle Properties

Offensive

Steel Types are immune to poison conditions. In generation II, they can be poisoned by Twinneedle. Steel Type are super-effective against Rock and Ice type Pokemon. In generation VI, Fairy Type Pokemon are introduced which are susceptible to Steel Type attacks. In all generations, Steel Type are ineffective against fire, steel, electric, and water Type Pokemon.

Defensive

In all generation, Steel Type are weak against Fire, Fighting, and Ground Type attacks. Steel Type Pokemon are resistant to Bug, Dark, Dragon, Flying, Ghost, Grass, Ice, Normal, Psychic, Rock, and Steel moves in generation II-V. With Generation VI, Steel Type lost resistance to Dark and Ghost Type Pokemon, but gain resistance against Fairy Type Pokemon.

Contest Properties

All steel type moves are Cool moves.

Trainers

  • Jasmine - a gym leader of Olivine City
  • Steven Stone - a former Champion of Hoenn
  • Byron - a gym leader of Canalave City
  • Wikstrom - a member of the Kalos Elite Four

Abilities

Magnet PullPrevents steel-type Pokemon from escaping
Sand ForceStrengthens Rock.Ground and Steel moves to 1.3 their power during a sandstorm

These abilities are exclusive for steel type Pokemon

Heavy MetalDoubles the Pokemon weight
Light MetalHalves the Pokemon weight

Pokemon

Pure

  • Klink, Klang, Klinklang
  • Registeel

Primary Dual Type

  • Steelix
  • Skarmory
  • Mawaile
  • Aron, Lairon, Aggron
  • Beldum, Metang, Metagross
  • Jirachi
  • Bronzor
  • Bronzong
  • Diagla
  • Cobalion
  • Honedge, Doublade, Aegislash
  • Klefki

Secondary Dual Type

  • Magnemite, Magneton, Magnezone
  • Forretress
  • Scizor
  • Empoleon
  • Shieldon
  • Bastiodon
  • Wormadam
  • Lucario
  • Probopass
  • Heatran
  • Excadrill
  • Escavalier
  • Ferroseed, Ferrothorn
  • Pawniard, Bisharp
  • Durant
  • Genesect

Techniques

Status

  • Autotomize - Increases speed by 2 stages
  • Iron Defense - Increases defense by 2 stages
  • King's Shield - User Protects against attacks. If attacked by techniques that make direct contact, the opponent's attack goes down by 2 stages
  • Metal Sound - Lower opponent's special defense by 2 stages
  • Shift Gear - Increases User's attack by one stage and speed by two stages

Physical

  • Bullet Punch - Attack goes first and can be in 2-5 consecutive punches
  • Gear Grind
  • Gyro Ball - The slower the user, the stronger the attack
  • Heavy Slam - The heaver the user is over the opponent, the stronger the attack
  • Iron Head - Can occasionally make opponent flinch
  • Iron Tail - can occasionally lower opponent's defense by one stage
  • Magnet Bomb - Does not miss
  • Metal Burst - If opponent attacks user, user can inflict more damage against opponent
  • Metal Claw - Can occasionally up user's attack by one stage
  • Meteor Mash - Same as Metal Claw
  • Steel Wing - Can occasionally increase user's defense by one stage

Special

  • Flash Cannon - Can occasionally lower opponent's special defense by one stage
  • Mirror Shot = Can lower opponent's accuracy
General Information Edit
Concept Name Steel type (Pokémon)
Japanese Name: はがね
Romaji Name:
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1st anime movie: Pokémon 4Ever
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