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Pokemon Quest Type Advantage

by Bryan Dawson

Pokemon Quest Type Advantage

We’ve all been there. You’re sitting at your desk and you can’t focus on anything but the thought of catching that one elusive pokemon that has eluded you for days, weeks, maybe even months. To fuel this flame, a new Pokemon game called Pokemon Quest is now out available on your mobile devices. It has some interesting innovations that set it apart from other games in the series. In this article we break down it’s advantages and disadvantages so you can decide if it’s a game you want to take on!

There are a lot of things about Pokemon Quest that aren’t found in traditional Pokemon games. However, there are also a lot of similarities between Pokemon Quest and other games in the franchise. One aspect that carries over is that type advantage some Pokemon have over others.

In this article we’ll cover the Pokemon Quest type advantage so you can build a gain the upper hand when fighting on expeditions. The Pokemon Quest type advantage is the same as any other Pokemon game, but it’s still good to know.

Why Choose Pokemon Quest?

Pokemon Quest features the first generation of Pokemon. Within these Pokemon are a wide variety of types. Each type has strengths and weaknesses against other types. Knowing these strengths and weaknesses will help you determine which Pokemon you should use against certain other Pokemon to ensure you have an advantage during the battle.

Take a look at the table below for all of the Pokemon Quest type advantages and disadvantages. If a Pokemon is strong against a certain type, they have moderate resistance. 

For more strategies and advice, including how to make certain dishes, check out our Pokemon Quest game hub!

Moderate Advantage/Disadvantage

Type Strong Against Weak Against
Bug Dark, Grass, Psychic Fairy, Fighting, Fire, Flying, Ghost, Poison, Steel
Dark Ghost, Psychic Dark, Fairy, Fighting
Dragon Dragon Fairy, Steel
Electric Flying, Water Electric, Dragon, Grass, Ground
Fairy Dark, Dragon, Fighting Fire, Poison, Steel
Fighting Dark, Ice, Normal, Rock, Steel Bug, Ghost, Fairy, Flying, Poison, Psychic
Fire Bug, Grass, Ice, Steel Dragon, Fire, Rock, Water
Flying Bug, Fighting, Grass Electric, Rock, Steel
Ghost Ghost, Psychic Dark, Normal
Grass Ground, Rock, Water Bug, Dragon, Fire, Flying, Grass, Poison, Steel
Ground Electric, Fire, Poison, Rock, Steel Bug, Flying, Grass
Ice Dragon, Flying, Grass, Ground Fire, Ice, Steel, Water
Normal None Ghost, Rock, Steel
Poison Fairy, Grass Ghost, Ground, Poison, Rock, Steel
Psychic Fighting, Poison Dark, Psychic, Steel
Rock Bug, Fire, Flying, Ice Fighting, Ground, Steel
Steel Fairy, Ice, Rock Electric, Fire, Steel, Water
Water Fire, Ground, Rock Dragon, Grass, Water

Strong Advantage/Disadvantage

Type Resistant Weakness
Bug Fighting, Grass, Ground Fire, Flying, Rock
Dark Dark, Ghost, Psychic Bug, Fairy, Fighting
Dragon Electric, Fire, Grass, Water Dragon, Fairy, Ice
Electric Electric, Flying, Steel Ground
Fairy Bug, Dark, Dragon, Fighting Poison, Steel
Fighting Bug, Dark, Rock Fairy, Flying, Psychic
Fire Bug, Fire, Grass, Ice, Steel Ground, Rock, Water
Flying Bug, Fighting, Grass, Ground Electric, Ice, Rock
Ghost Bug, Fighting, Normal, Poison Dark, Ghost
Grass Electric, Grass, Ground, Water Bug, Fire, Flying, Ice, Poison
Ground Electric, Poison, Rock Grass, Ice, Water
Ice Ice Fighting, Fire, Rock, Steel
Normal Ghost Fighting
Poison Fairy, Fighting, Grass, Poison Ground, Psychic
Psychic Fighting, Psychic Bug, Dark, Ghost
Rock Fire, Flying, Normal, Poison Fighting, Grass, Ground, Steel, Water
Steel Bug, Dragon, Ice, Fairy, Flying, Grass, Normal, Poison, Psychic, Rock, Steel Fighting, Fire, Ground
Water Fire, Ice, Steel, Water Electric, Grass

That’s everything you need to know about type advantages in Pokemon Quest. For more tips, tricks, and guides be sure to check out the official Prima Games Twitter and Facebook pages.