Fairy-type Pokémon Known Weaknesses and Resistance

The Pokémon phenomenon comes with 18 Pokémon types. Out of all of them, there is one with the most limited species, and that’s Fairy. It was added in generation six, and it is the newest one to the series. However, this does not mean that there aren’t powerful Fairy-type Pokémon.

When it comes to Pokémon Go, all of the types come with some strengths and weaknesses, and this will show their evolution in battles. Fairy-type Pokémon can beat Dragon, Dark, and Fighting-type Pokémon, but they cannot handle Poison and Steel types. They are vulnerable to two different types of moves, and you need to be prepared for your next battle.

In this article, we will tell you more about the best Pokémon you can use in order to defeat Fairy types.

Poison-types

Poison is the perfect choice for you. We think that a combination between Grass and Poison will do you good, so choose Roserade. If you also get Poison Jab and Sludge Bomb, you will defeat the Fairy type in no time.

Other options would be Scolipede, Vileplume, Toxicroak or Victreebel.

All of these will give you the resistance you need to Fairy-type attacks.

Steel-types

This represents a great weakness for the Fairy-type Pokémon, and you will get a sure win with the steek-types. It would help if you had a high damage output, and this is a great type for that. Metagross is what you need, with the Bullet Punch and Meteor Crash moves, which will help you win in no time.

If the battle allows it, you might want to choose the Legendary Pok̩mon Dialga, which has high powerful damage output and a lot of moves just perfect for the battle РMetal Claw and Iron Head are lit.

Genesect is also a good choice since it can use Metal Claw and Magnet Bomb no matter the form it has.

Before starting, keep in mind that you need to choose one that’s suitable for the kind of battle you’re about to have.

Tonia Nissen
Based out of Detroit, Tonia Nissen has been writing for Optic Flux since 2017 and is presently our Managing Editor. An experienced freelance health writer, Tonia obtained an English BA from the University of Detroit, then spent over 7 years working in various markets as a television reporter, producer and news videographer. Tonia is particularly interested in scientific innovation, climate technology, and the marine environment.