The Fire Type is one of the eighteen Pokémon types and is mostly known for special attacks and the burn status effect. One notable trainer in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet who specializes in Fire types is Mela of Team Star’s Schedar Squad.
In this guide, we will be talking about Fire type weaknesses and resistances and how players can take advantage of it with the current Pokémon roster of Pokémon Scarlet and Violet.
Fire Type Weaknesses
Fire types are weak against:
Look out for these Pokémon who can deal super effective attacks:
Iron Bundle (Ice/Water) *Ice moves are not very effective
Great Tusk (Ground/Fighting)
Iron Treads (Ground/Steel) *Steel moves are not very effective
Toedscool (Ground/Grass) *Grass moves are not very effective
Toadscruel (Ground/Grass) *Grass moves are not very effective
Sandy Shocks (Electric/Ground)
Iron Thorns (Rock/Electric)
Fire Type Resistances
Fire types are not immune to any type,but they are immune to being inflicted by the Burn status effect.They are slightly resistant to the following types:
Look out for these Pokémon who Fire types can be relatively safe fighting against:
Iron Moth (Fire/Poison)
Brute Bonnet (Grass/Dark)
Toedscool (Ground/Grass) *Ground moves are super effective
Toedscruel (Ground/Grass) *Ground moves are super effective
Iron Bundle (Ice/Water) *Water moves are super effective
Slither Wing (Bug/Fighting)
Flutter Mane (Ghost/Fairy)
Scream Tail (Fairy/Psychic)
Keep in mind that Pokémon types are just rough guides with regards to weaknesses and resistances and that these Pokémon can still learn moves that are outside their type.