I see useful knowledge in your future. Our psychic Pokémon weakness guide is here to tell you all you need to know about those other-worldly ‘mon on your team, though they likely already know the outcome of the battle before it begins, let’s pretend they don’t. These Pokémon can play on the fears of your opponents, but that does little good should their ‘mon be of the spooky variety themselves. Yes, ghosts are just one of the psychic-type weaknesses.
Wait, before we go any further, you should probably find out who the best psychic Pokémon are with our guide. Or, maybe check out our steel Pokémon, dragon Pokémon, fire Pokémon, ice Pokémon, grass Pokémon, water Pokémon, and normal Pokémon guides to see who else should be on your team.
Anyway, onto what you need to know about psychic Pokémon weaknesses.
What are psychic Pokémon weaknesses?
Psychic Pokémon can play on the fears of your opponents, but that does little good should their ‘mon be of the spooky variety themselves. Ghost, dark, and bug-types are super effective against your little mind readers, so bear that in mind. Of course, this is something you should also think about if you face someone that’s fond of psychic ‘mon.
What are psychic Pokémon resistances?
- Psychic Pokémon
- Fighting Pokémon
Psychic Pokémon are resistant to their own type as well as fighting Pokémon, the latter of which they tend to obliterate in battle.
What are psychic Pokémon strengths?
- Fighting Pokémon
- Poison Pokémon
Not only are psychic Pokémon strong against fighting Pokémon, but they can also squash poison Pokémon such as Arbok, Drapion, and Weezing. Just something to bear in mind when you come up against them.
Well, there you have it, everything you need to know about psychic Pokémon weaknesses. If you want to learn how to beat those that live under the sea, it’s our water Pokémon weakness guide you should read, or to deal with those that lurk in the shadows, take a look at our dark Pokémon weakness, flying Pokémon weakness, normal Pokémon weakness, and ghost Pokémon weakness guides (and maybe our Pokédex article). We also have a Honkai Star Rail tier list if you want to take a break from the ‘mons.