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* The Rock type is tied with the {{type2|Grass}} for the largest number of weaknesses when unpaired, with five: {{t|Grass}}, {{t|Water}}, {{t|Ground}}, {{t|Fighting}}, and {{t|Steel}}.
 
* The Rock type is tied with the {{type2|Grass}} for the largest number of weaknesses when unpaired, with five: {{t|Grass}}, {{t|Water}}, {{t|Ground}}, {{t|Fighting}}, and {{t|Steel}}.
 
** Coincidentally, Rock moves are super effective against four of the five types {{t|Grass}} is weak to, with {{t|Poison}} being the exception. Interestingly though, the Rock type resists the {{t|Poison}} type, being a good matchup for all of the {{t|Grass}} type's weaknesses.
 
** Coincidentally, Rock moves are super effective against four of the five types {{t|Grass}} is weak to, with {{t|Poison}} being the exception. Interestingly though, the Rock type resists the {{t|Poison}} type, being a good matchup for all of the {{t|Grass}} type's weaknesses.
** Because of this, Rock-type moves is super-effective against all of {{p|Torterra}}'s weaknesses,since the {{t|Ground}}-type resists {{t|Poison}}.
   
* Seven of the fifteen Rock-type moves (just under half) have the word 'rock' in their names.  
 
* Seven of the fifteen Rock-type moves (just under half) have the word 'rock' in their names.  
 
* Every known [[fossil]] Pokémon is part or solely Rock-type. This is most likely due to the placement of real fossils in rock formations, as well as the process by which fossils are created.
 
* Every known [[fossil]] Pokémon is part or solely Rock-type. This is most likely due to the placement of real fossils in rock formations, as well as the process by which fossils are created.