Should I do a monotype run?

Should I do a monotype run?

By doing a monotype run you will be exposing yourself to a huge potential weakness, so it may be wise to consider using some cross-types to combat this. It is especially useful if you are doing a Water-type run to incorporate a Water/Ground Pokémon to avoid a weakness against Electric-types.

What is the best Monotype Pokemon?

Best Monotype Runs for Pokemon Let’s Go

  • Ground.
  • Ice.
  • Normal.
  • Poison.
  • Psychic.
  • Rock. Ideal Team: Graveler, Rhydon, Onix, Aerodactyl, Omastar/Kabutops, Alolan Graveler.
  • Steel. Ideal Team: Magneton, Alolan Sandlash (LGP), Alolan Dugtrio.
  • Water. Ideal Team: Blastoise, Slowbro, Poliwrath, Lapras, Tentacruel, Vaporeon.

What is Monotype Smogon?

Monotype is a format where all Pokémon on your team must share a common type. Both single- and dual-type Pokémon are allowed. In the case of a Pokémon that can Mega Evolve, both it and its Mega Evolution must share a type with the rest of the team.

What Monotype run should I do?

TLDR: Pokemon SWSH are the best games in the series for a Monotype Run. You can catch every type before the first gym. Water, Flying, Steel, Psychic, and Bug are probably the best whereas Fire and Dragon are the worst.

How many single type Pokemon are there?

18 single types
There are 324 possible ways to assign types to Pokémon (18 single types and 18 * 17 dual types).

What is a mono type team?

Monotype teams are what the competitive battle community refers to a team composed of Pokemon that share a single type. This is reminiscent of the teams Gym Leaders in-game use, as well the Elite Four of past generations.

What is a Monolocke?

In the Monolocke variant of the Nuzlocke challenge, only Pokemon that have a specific type are allowed to be caught and used by the player. This is sometimes also referred to as the “Gym Leader challenge”. Dual-typing is allowed in order to encourage variety.

Are Ubers allowed in Monotype?

Monotype Ubers has one more Pokémon banned than regular Ubers, Marshadow. Its ability to completely negate slower setup sweepers, particularly physically based ones such as Swords Dance Arceus-*, when combined with the defensive Pokémon backbone of Ghost proved to be too overwhelming for the metagame to handle.

Does darkness resist dark?

Dark-type attacks are resisted by Fighting, Dark, and Fairy, so using them along with Fairy attacks will optimize neutral coverage.