10 Electric Dual-Type Pokémon to Try
Electric is one of the best types of Pokémon in the game, but which Dual-Electric Pokes should any Pokémon try?
One of the most interesting types in the entire Pokémon series is the Electric-type. It shares the distinction of possessing the fewest weaknesses with Normal. As such, if a pure electric type could float above the ground, for example, by Levitate’s ability, they would essentially have no weaknesses.
The Electric-type is extremely powerful against both Water and Flying since it cannot be paralyzed. Dragon, Grass, and Electric are all resistant to it, but it has little effect on Ground. A Gym Leader, or Trial Captain in Alola’s case, is an Electric-type specialist in six of the eight regions. Although a second type can be used against an Electric-type since it adds additional weaknesses, it can also provide the Pokémon with new and special combat abilities.
Lanturn is one of those Pokémon that almost everyone wishes they could use in a game but almost never do. Lanturn, a dual Water/Electric-type mon, debuted in Generation II. It and its pre-evolution Chinchou can be used in a variety of games, and its unusual typing allows it to avoid five different forms while possessing only two weaknesses.
In terms of statistics, Lanturn, on the other hand, is a letdown. It has a lot of HP but a lot of flaws in other areas, rendering it an unbalanced Pokémon. Lanturn can be a powerful water type in any Johto player if used correctly. However, it is unlikely to make a splash in the professional scene anytime soon.
This dual-type Electric/Steel porcupine, introduced in Generation VII, is a strange Pokémon. It has three vulnerabilities as a result of its typing, plus a quad vulnerability to Ground. It makes up for it, though, with an insane eleven resistances and immunity to Poison.
However, Togedemaru is not flawless. It has mediocre stats, a particularly poor Special Attack, and is unable to master any Steel-type moves by leveling up. Togedemaru is a classic example of a Pokémon in desperate need of an evolution. Unfortunately, it does not seem that this will happen anytime soon.
Without a doubt, the Galar fossils are among the most fascinating Pokémon ever created. They can be unpleasant to look at due to the fact that they are made up of two pieces from different Pokémon, but their sheer strength more than compensates for their contentious appearances.
Arctozolt has overall balanced stats, but for its mediocre Speed, which has a Base Stat Total of 505. It does, however, inherit three disadvantages from its secondary type due to its dual Electric/Ice type. Even if it is not exactly a star Pokémon, it is always exciting enough to earn a spot on the roster.
Emolga, one of the more well-known Pikachu clones, maybe a real pain to fight. Because of its dual Electric/Flying type, it loses its vulnerability to both Ground and Electric (in particular, it becomes immune to both). It does, however, have two Flying-type vulnerabilities: Rock and Ice, despite having resistances to five other types.
The Base Stats of Emolga are nothing out of the ordinary. It has low HP but high speed, giving it the best chance of OHKOing in the first turn. However, if it is struck by an Ice Beam, things are likely to be over. Still, Emolga is an intriguing albeit gimmicky Pokémon, and as Gym Leader Elesa proved in Unova, if used correctly, it can be a very strong ally.