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This is a guide to the Pokemon Type: Null, including its Learnset and where it can be found in Pokemon Sword and Shield. Read on for information on its evolutions, abilities, type advantages, and more.

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Type: Null - Type and Abilities

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Type Defenses

Type
Takes 4x damage
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Takes 2x damage
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Takes 0.5x damage
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Takes 1/4x damage
-
Takes 0x damage
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Abilities

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Battle Armor The Pokemon is protected against critical hits.

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Undiscovered Image Undiscovered

Effort Values (EV) Earned

Effort Values (EV) Earned
HP+2

Base Stats of Type: Null

HP
95 95 (#46)
Atk
95 95 (#96)
Def
95 95 (#80)
Sp. Atk
95 95 (#69)
Sp. Def
95 95 (#67)
Speed
59 59 (#225)
Total Base Stats
534 (#24)

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Evolution Chart of Type: Null

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SilvallySilvally Evolves from Type: Null by leveling up with high Friendship

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Locations Where Type: Null Appears

Receive in Battle Tower after Completing the Game

Type Null

After Completing the Game, the building formerly known as the Rose Tower will have become the Battle Tower. Inside the Battle Tower, on the left side, there is a woman who will give Type: Null to the player.

On talking to the woman, you will receive Type: Null automatically, so it's a good idea to save before talking to her. This is the only location to receive Type: Null in the game, so if you receive a Type: Null with low IVs or an unfavorable Nature, this will be your only chance to reset and try for a better Pokemon.

Like all Pokemon in the Undiscovered Egg Group, Type: Null automatically has at least 3 out of 6 IVs at the maximum value, so it should not take so many tries to get a Type: Null with high IVs and a good Nature.

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Learnset of Type: Null

Learnset by Leveling Up

Lv. Move Type Power Acc. PP
Base Tackle Pokemon Normal Image 40 100 35
Base Imprison Pokemon Psychic Image - - 10
5 Aerial Ace Pokemon Flying Image 60 - 20
10 Scary Face Pokemon Normal Image - 100 10
15 Double Hit Pokemon Normal Image 35 90 10
20 Metal Sound Pokemon Steel Image 85 40
25 Crush Claw Pokemon Normal Image 75 95 10
30 Air Slash Pokemon Flying Image 75 95 20
35 Tri Attack Pokemon Normal Image 80 100 10
40 X-Scissor Pokemon Bug Image 80 100 15
45 Iron Head Pokemon Steel Image 80 100 15
50 Take Down Pokemon Normal Image 90 85 20
55 Double-Edge Pokemon Normal Image 120 100 15

Learnset by TM

No. Move Type Power Acc. PP
TM08 Hyper Beam Pokemon Normal Image 150 90 5
TM09 Giga Impact Pokemon Normal Image 150 90 5
TM14 Thunder Wave Pokemon Electric Image - 90 20
TM21 Rest Pokemon Psychic Image - - 10
TM22 Rock Slide Pokemon Rock Image 75 90 10
TM24 Snore Pokemon Normal Image 50 100 15
TM25 Protect Pokemon Normal Image - - 10
TM26 Scary Face Pokemon Normal Image - 100 10
TM27 Icy Wind Pokemon Ice Image 55 95 15
TM32 Sandstorm Pokemon Rock Image - - 10
TM33 Rain Dance Pokemon Water Image - - 5
TM34 Sunny Day Pokemon Fire Image - - 5
TM35 Hail Pokemon Ice Image - - 10
TM39 Facade Pokemon Normal Image 70 100 20
TM40 Swift Pokemon Normal Image 60 - 20
TM44 Imprison Pokemon Psychic Image - - 10
TM56 U-turn Pokemon Bug Image 70 100 20
TM57 Payback Pokemon Dark Image 50 100 10
TM65 Shadow Claw Pokemon Ghost Image 70 100 15
TM76 Round Pokemon Normal Image 60 100 15
TM95 Air Slash Pokemon Flying Image 75 95 20

Learnset by TR

No. Move Type Power Acc. PP
TR00 Swords Dance Pokemon Normal Image - - 20
TR19 Tri Attack Pokemon Normal Image 80 100 10
TR20 Substitute Pokemon Normal Image - - 10
TR26 Endure Pokemon Normal Image - - 10
TR27 Sleep Talk Pokemon Normal Image - - 10
TR46 Iron Defense Pokemon Steel Image - - 15
TR47 Dragon Claw Pokemon Dragon Image 80 100 15
TR60 X-Scissor Pokemon Bug Image 80 100 15
TR74 Iron Head Pokemon Steel Image 80 100 15
TR85 Work Up Pokemon Normal Image - - 30

Learnset through a Move Tutor

Move Type Power Acc. PP
Terrain Pulse Pokemon Normal Image 50 100 10

Learnset via Egg Moves

This Pokemon currently has no moves learned in this way.

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