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A Pokémon may have either one or two types. For instance, {{p|Charmander}} is a {{t|Fire}} type, while {{p|Bulbasaur}} is both a {{t|Grass}} type and a {{t|Poison}} type. With the current 17-type system, there are a possible 289 different type combinations; however, since order is unimportant, there are 153 effective type combinations. Currently there are 108 different type combinations. A move may have only one type.
 
A Pokémon may have either one or two types. For instance, {{p|Charmander}} is a {{t|Fire}} type, while {{p|Bulbasaur}} is both a {{t|Grass}} type and a {{t|Poison}} type. With the current 17-type system, there are a possible 289 different type combinations; however, since order is unimportant, there are 153 effective type combinations. Currently there are 108 different type combinations. A move may have only one type.
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Within the {{pkmn|anime}} and the games, most [[Gym Leader]]s and members of the [[Elite Four]] are designed to have a [[Type specialist|type-specific theme]]. (Also, [[Iris]] is a [[Champion]] who specializes in [[Type|Dragon-type Pokemon.]] )
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Within the {{pkmn|anime}} and the games, most [[Gym Leader]]s and members of the [[Elite Four]] are designed to have a [[Type specialist|type-specific theme]]. (Also, [[Iris]] is a [[Champion]] who specializes in [[Dragon (type)|Dragon-type Pokemon.]] )
    
==Type effectiveness==
 
==Type effectiveness==
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