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Colorless (TCG)

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Battle properties
* {{TCG|Lightning}} (if the Pokémon is a {{type|Flying}} in the video games)
* {{TCG|Fighting}} (if the Pokémon is a {{type|Normal}} in the video games)
* Colorless (if the Pokémon is a {{type|Dragon}}{{tt|*|upprior untilto Dragonsthe ExaltedBlack & White set}} in the video games)
 
Generally, Colorless Pokémon have a resistance to:
* {{TCG|Psychic}} (if the Pokémon is a {{type|Normal}}{{tt|*|up until the e-Card sets}} or a {{type|Dragon}}{{tt|*|up until the EX sets}}<!---(Dratini, Dragonair, Latias)---> in the video games)
* {{TCG|Fighting}} (if the Pokémon is a {{type|Flying}} or a {{type|Dragon}}{{tt|*|prior into the videoBlack games<!---(Dratini,& Dragonair,White Bagon,set}} Shelgon,in Vibrava,the Flygon,video Latias, Latios)--->)games
* {{TCG|Fire}} (if the Pokémon is a {{type|Dragon}}{{tt|*|only during the EX sets}} in the video games<!---(Bagon, Shelgon, Salamence)--->)
* {{TCG|Grass}} (if the Pokémon is a {{type|Dragon}}{{tt|*|only during the EX sets}} in the video games<!---(Dratini, Dragonair, Dragonite, Altaria and Latios)--->)
 
These types are generally weak to Colorless Pokémon:
* Colorless (if the Pokémon is a {{type|Dragon}}{{tt|*|prior to the Black & White set}} in the video games)
 
These types are generally resistant to Colorless Pokémon:
* {{TCG|Psychic}} (if the Pokémon is a {{type|Ghost}}{{tt|*|between Diamond & Pearl and Call of Legends}} in the video games)
 
==Colorless Pokémon in the TCG==
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