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List of Normal-type Pokemon

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This page lists all Normal-Type Pokemon found in Pokemon Sword and Shield. In addition, information regarding Normal-type Pokemon's strengths and weaknesses is listed. Use this page for building your team and filling out your Pokedex!

List of Normal-type Pokemon

Pokemon in Galarian Pokedex

Nat. No. Galar No. Pokemon Type
163 19 Normal Type Flying Type
164 20 Normal Type Flying Type
819 24 Normal Type
820 25 Normal Type
519 26 Normal Type Flying Type
520 27 Normal Type Flying Type
521 28 Normal Type Flying Type
263.2 31 Dark Type Normal Type
264.2 32 Dark Type Normal Type
862 33 Dark Type Normal Type
831 34 Normal Type
832 35 Normal Type
659 48 Normal Type
660 49 Normal Type Ground Type
572 50 Normal Type
573 51 Normal Type
759 94 Normal Type Fighting Type
760 95 Normal Type Fighting Type
52.1 182-1 Normal Type
53.1 184 Normal Type
133 196 Normal Type
446 260 Normal Type
143 261 Normal Type
627 281 Normal Type Flying Type
628 282 Normal Type Flying Type
694 318 Electric Type Normal Type
695 319 Electric Type Normal Type
876 337 Psychic Type Normal Type
876 337 Psychic Type Normal Type
765 342 Normal Type Psychic Type
780 346 Dragon Type Normal Type
132 373 Normal Type
772 381 Normal Type
773 382 Normal Type

Pokemon not in Galarian Pokedex

Pokemon HOME

With the release of Pokemon HOME on February 12th, 2020, Pokemon from previous games which were previously inaccessible in Pokemon Sword and Shield become obtainable by trading from previous games in the series.

Nat. No. Pokemon Type
83.2 Normal Type Flying Type
263.1 Normal Type
264.1 Normal Type

New Pokemon, Abilities, and Moves Available through Pokemon HOME

The Isle of Armor DLC

Many of the Pokemon not included in the Pokemon Sword and Shield base game will be available in The Isle of Armor, the first half of the Expansion Pass DLC, available June 17th. Look forward to catching your old favorites again, including some with new Galarian and Gigantamax forms!

Nat. No. IoA No. Pokemon Type
39 12 JigglypuffJigglypuff Normal Type Fairy Type
40 13 WigglytuffWigglytuff Normal Type Fairy Type
108 54 LickitungLickitung Normal Type
113 7 ChanseyChansey Normal Type
115 172 KangaskhanKangaskhan Normal Type
128 116 TaurosTauros Normal Type
137 208 PorygonPorygon Normal Type
174 11 IgglybuffIgglybuff Normal Type Fairy Type
206 52 DunsparceDunsparce Normal Type
233 209 Porygon2Porygon2 Normal Type
241 117 MiltankMiltank Normal Type
242 8 BlisseyBlissey Normal Type
293 148 WhismurWhismur Normal Type
294 149 LoudredLoudred Normal Type
295 150 ExploudExploud Normal Type
298 139 AzurillAzurill Normal Type Fairy Type
427 4 BunearyBuneary Normal Type
428 5 LopunnyLopunny Normal Type
440 6 HappinyHappiny Normal Type
463 55 LickilickyLickilicky Normal Type
474 210 Porygon-ZPorygon-Z Normal Type
506 113 LillipupLillipup Normal Type
507 114 HerdierHerdier Normal Type
508 115 StoutlandStoutland Normal Type
626 53 BouffalantBouffalant Normal Type
661 22 FletchlingFletchling Normal Type Flying Type

The Crown Tundra DLC

The Crown Tundra, the second half of the Expansion Pass DLC, promises the return of Legendary Pokemon from previous generations and other old favorites.

Nat. No. CT No. Pokemon Type
333 35 SwabluSwablu Normal Type Flying Type
486 - RegigigasRegigigas Normal Type
531 21 AudinoAudino Normal Type

List of Pokemon Appearing in Expansion Pass DLC

Affinity of Normal-type Pokemon With Other Types

Normal-type moves are super effective on zero other types, and Normal-type Pokemon are resistant to zero other types. Normal-type Pokemon have one weakness, and Normal-type moves are not very effective on two other types. Normal-type Pokemon are immune to Ghost-type moves, while Ghost-type Pokemon are immune to Normal-type moves.


None Rock Type Ghost Type
Steel Type


None Fighting Type Ghost Type

Pokemon Sword and Shield Related Links

Crown Tundra Pokemon Guides

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