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Answered Mettalic Type+resistance/weakness

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I always wonder what happens if a pokemon is both resistant/weak to a type and is metallic.Metallic_Charmander.png

For example if an metallic charmander(is resistant to bug) is damaged by an bug atack what (%) of the damage is mitigated. I am assuming that if it's resistant it already reduces 50%.And the metallic ads another 25%. Does both stack and goes to 75%? Does 1 apply first then the other ending at 37,5%? Or One goes over the other and only that one stays being (25%) or (50%)? Does the same apply to weakeness?

If anyone can help me i wood appreciated, thank you for you time guys!

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If a Pokémon is resisted, there's a 0.5x multiplier.
If a Pokémon is Metallic, there's a 0.75x multiplier.
Together they are a 0.375x multipler.

A weakness is a 2x multiplier.
Together with the Metallic multiplier, that makes a Metallic but weak Pokémon take 1.5x damage from a standard super effective hit.

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1 hour ago, Auke1993 said:

If a Pokémon is resisted, there's a 0.5x multiplier.
If a Pokémon is Metallic, there's a 0.75x multiplier.
Together they are a 0.375x multipler.

A weakness is a 2x multiplier.
Together with the Metallic multiplier, that makes a Metallic but weak Pokémon take 1.5x damage from a standard super effective hit.

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