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====Types and moves====
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A Pokémon's type is indicated by the symbol to the left of the puck name on the upper segment. Its type determines what move types it will be weak against or resistant to in battle. The 17 elemental types featured in Pokémon Battrio are the same as those found in the main series Pokémon games, as well as their individual strengths and weaknesses. Notable type additions include the Full-Plate and Eleven-Plate, both of which are used exclusively on {{p|Arceus}} pucks, in relation to the [[plate]]s that can be attached to it in the main series.<br>
Each Pokémon has only one move, as opposed to four in the main series. From the ''{{Battrio|Darkrai Invasion}}'' expansion onwards, the move is displayed to the right of the puck name on the upper segment. Prior to Battrio 0, moves were always of the same type as the Pokémon, but from the upgrade onwards, moves could be of types other than the Pokémon's type, allowing for more interesting battle tactics. The ''{{Battrio|Great Gathering of Legendary & Mirage Pokémon! Explosive Double Moves}}'' expansion enhanced this further by introducing Pokémon that could be one of up to two types with two different moves.<br>
Some pucks may also have a '''Bonus''', which has a move or [[ability]] attributed to it. These are not displayed on pucks like the normal move and have a small effect on stats (either on the Pokémon using it or the target Pokémon) during damage calculation. Bonus was no longer included with pucks from the Battrio V upgrade.
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