List of Fairy-Type Pokémon facts:
Fairy-Type Pokémon were introduced in the sixth generation of Pokémon games.
They are represented by a pink-colored hexagon in the Pokémon type chart.
Fairy-Type Pokémon are known for their cuteness, gracefulness, and magical powers.
They are also known for their resistance to Dragon-Type moves, making them strong against Dragon-Type Pokémon.
Fairy-Type moves were introduced along with the Fairy-Type Pokémon in the sixth generation.
Fairy-Type moves are generally known for their ability to lower the opponent’s Attack or Special Attack stats.
The first Fairy-Type Pokémon introduced was Sylveon.
Sylveon is known for its ribbon-like feelers and ability to learn Fairy-Type moves such as Moonblast and Draining Kiss.
Other popular Fairy-Type Pokémon include Gardevoir, Togekiss, and Clefable.
Fairy-Type Pokémon are often depicted in media as being benevolent, gentle, and caring creatures.
The Fairy-Type is one of the most recent Pokémon types to be added to the game.
The Fairy-Type was added to the game to balance out the Dragon-Type, which was previously considered overpowered.
The Fairy-Type is weak against Steel-Type moves, which makes Steel-Type Pokémon their natural enemy.
The Fairy-Type is resistant to Bug-Type moves, which makes them strong against Bug-Type Pokémon.
The Fairy-Type is also resistant to Fighting-Type moves, which makes them strong against Fighting-Type Pokémon.
In the Pokémon anime, the Fairy-Type is often associated with magic and wonder.
Fairy-Type moves can also heal the user, such as the move Draining Kiss.
Fairy-Type moves can also inflict status conditions on the opponent, such as the move Charm.
The move Dazzling Gleam is a popular Fairy-Type move, known for its high power and ability to hit multiple opponents.
The move Moonblast is another popular Fairy-Type move, known for its high power and ability to lower the opponent’s Special Attack stat.
The move Play Rough is a physical Fairy-Type move known for its high power and ability to lower the opponent’s Attack stat.
The move Fairy Wind is a weaker Fairy-Type move that is commonly used as a filler move.
The Fairy-Type gym leader in the Pokémon games is Valerie, who uses Fairy-Type Pokémon such as Sylveon and Mawile.
Fairy-Type Pokémon are often depicted as having a connection to the moon, such as the Pokémon Clefairy and Lunatone.
The Fairy-Type Pokémon Xerneas is known for its ability to give life to the world around it.
The Fairy-Type Pokémon Florges is known for its ability to control the environment around it.
The Fairy-Type Pokémon Azumarill is known for its ability to swim fast and navigate through water.
The Fairy-Type Pokémon Dedenne is known for its ability to communicate with other Pokémon through electricity.
The Fairy-Type Pokémon Whimsicott is known for its ability to manipulate the wind and float in the air.
Fairy-Type Pokémon are often used in competitive battles for their high Special Defense and ability to check powerful Dragon-Type Pokémon.
Fairy-Type Pokémon have a very diverse range of abilities, from boosting their own stats to inflicting damage on the opponent.
Fairy-Type Pokémon are known for having a variety of different appearances, from cute and fluffy to elegant and regal.
The Fairy-Type is the only type that is immune to Dragon-Type moves.
Fairy-Type Pokémon are known for having a weakness to Poison-Type moves.
Fairy-Type Pokémon are often associated with nature and the environment, such as the Pokémon Florges and Whimsicott.
The Fairy-Type is also weak against Steel-Type Pokémon, which makes them vulnerable to Pokémon like Steelix and Aggron.
The move Misty Terrain is a Fairy-Type move that creates a field that protects Pokémon from status conditions and lowers the power of Dragon-Type moves.
The move Aromatherapy is a Fairy-Type move that cures all status conditions of the user’s party Pokémon.
The move Light Screen is a Fairy-Type move that reduces the damage taken from Special moves for five turns.
The move Reflect is a Fairy-Type move that reduces the damage taken from Physical moves for five turns.
The move Sweet Kiss is a Fairy-Type move that can confuse the opponent.
The move Baby-Doll Eyes is a Fairy-Type move that lowers the opponent’s Attack stat.
The move Fairy Lock is a Fairy-Type move that prevents all Pokémon on the field from fleeing or switching out for three turns.
The move Fairy Aura is a Fairy-Type ability that boosts the power of Fairy-Type moves for all Pokémon on the field.
The move Pixilate is a Fairy-Type ability that turns Normal-Type moves into Fairy-Type moves and boosts their power.
The move Competitive is a Fairy-Type ability that boosts the user’s Special Attack when any of its stats are lowered.
The move Cute Charm is a Fairy-Type ability that has a 30% chance of infatuating an opponent of the opposite gender.
The move Magic Guard is a Fairy-Type ability that prevents all indirect damage, such as from poison or weather conditions.
The move Pixie Plate is a held item that boosts the power of Fairy-Type moves.
The move Eviolite is a held item that boosts the Defense and Special Defense of a Pokémon that is not fully evolved.
The move Leftovers is a held item that slowly restores a Pokémon’s HP each turn.
The move Light Clay is a held item that extends the duration of Reflect and Light Screen to eight turns.
The move Choice Scarf is a held item that boosts the Speed of a Pokémon but locks it into using only one move.
The move Life Orb is a held item that boosts the power of moves at the cost of some of the user’s HP each turn.
The move Terrain Extender is a held item that extends the duration of Misty, Grassy, or Electric Terrain to eight turns.
The move Fairy Seed is a held item that boosts the Defense and Special Defense of the holder in Misty Terrain.
The move Throat Spray is a held item that boosts the Special Attack of the holder after it uses a sound-based move.
The move Quick Claw is a held item that gives the holder a chance to move first in battle.
The move Safety Goggles is a held item that protects the holder from damage from weather conditions and powder-based moves.
The move Assault Vest is a held item that boosts the holder’s Special Defense but only allows it to use damaging moves.
Here’s a table that summarizes the Fairy-type Pokémon’s strengths and weaknesses against other types:
|Attack Type||No Effect||Not Very Effective||Normal Effect||Super Effective|
Note: “No Effect” means that the attack has no effect on the Fairy-type Pokémon. “Not Very Effective” means the attack does half the usual damage. “Normal Effect” means the attack does normal damage. “Super Effective” means the attack does double the usual damage.