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Poison (type)

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==Pokémon==
As of [[Generation VIII]], there are 69 Poison-type Pokémon or 7.78% of all Pokémon, making it the 8th most common type, tying with {{t|Ground}}.
 
===Pure Poison-type Pokémon===
 
==In the TCG==
:''See also: [[Grass (TCG)]], [[Psychic (TCG)]] or [[PsychicDarkness (TCG)]]''
 
Due to the decreased amount of types in the TCG, Poison-type Pokémon were generally listed as {{TCG|Grass}} Pokémon until the {{TCG|Diamond & Pearl}} set, butand they{{TCG|Psychic}} havePokémon sincefrom beenDiamond moved& Pearl to being{{TCG|Cosmic aEclipse}}. partNow, ofstarting with {{TCG|Sword & Shield}}, they are grouped with the {{TCG|PsychicDarkness}}- type.
 
Poison-type Pokémon in the TCG arewere generally weak to {{TCG|Psychic}} Pokémon prior to Sword & Shield and theyare now weak to {{TCG|Fighting}}. They have no resistances. They were strong against {{TCG|Fighting}} and {{TCG|Water}} Pokémon prior to Diamond & Pearl, now however they are strong against the {{TCG|Grass}}, {{TCG|Fighting}} and {{TCG|Psychic}} types. They can be resisted by {{TCG|Colorless}} and {{TCG|Darkness}}, as well as {{TCG|Metal}} Pokémon since the Diamond and Pearl expansion set.
 
==Trivia==
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