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The Solar-Type is one of the introduced Fanon types that appear in various Fanon Pokémon games. The Solar-Type is a less than common type and draws a parallel to its opposite, the Lunar-Type. Of the starter Pokémon, only Chikorita's Line gains the Solar-Type through evolution. Solar-Types gain several aspects from the Fire-Type and Grass-Type making them a good special offensive group. The type has several weaknesses albeit not as severe as the Grass-Type. Solar-Type is weak to; Lunar, Dark, Ice & Ground Types and is strong against the; Lunar, Bug, Grass & Ghost Types. Solar-Type has a few resistances to common types as well, being resistant to: Fire, Fighting & Steel. Solar-Type Pokemon gain a 10% boost to their Special Attack in Sunny Weather however suffer a 10% decrease to their Speed in Rainy Weather.

Listed Pokemon

Of the first 6 Generations there are 54 Solar-Type Pokemon in existence. Most Pokemon that became Solar-Type were previously or are now partly Grass-Type as well as several from the Normal and Bug Types with a few extras scattered around. The list of Solar-Type Pokemon is listed below.

Bellsprout - Solar/Poison Weepinbell - Solar/Poison Victreebel - Solar Poison
Doduo - Solar/Flying Dodrio - Solar/Flying Chansey - Solar
Kangaskhan - Solar/Normal Pinsir - Bug/Solar Dratini - Dragon/Solar
Dragonair - Dragon/Solar Dragonite - Dragon/Solar Bayleef - Grass/Solar
Meganium - Grass/Solar Furret - Normal/Solar Ledyba - Bug/Solar
Ledian - Bug/Solar Natu - Psychic/Solar Xatu - Psychic/Solar
Bellossom - Grass/Solar Skiploom - Grass/Solar Jumpluff - Grass/Solar
Sunkern - Grass/Solar Sunflora - Grass/Solar Yanma - Bug/Solar
Espeon - Psychic/Solar Blissey - Normal/Solar Ho-Oh - Solar/Flying
Beautifly - Bug/Solar Swellow - Solar/Flying Masquerin - Bug/Solar
Ninjask - Bug/Solar Solrock - Rock/Solar Tropius - Grass/Solar
Kricketot - Bug/Solar Kricketune - Bug/Solar Budew - Grass/Solar
Cherubi - Grass/Solar Cherrim (Sunny Forme) - Grass/Solar Happiny - Normal/Solar
Shaymin (Land Forme) - Grass/Solar Victini - Solar/Fire Petilil - Grass/Solar
Liligant - Grass/Solar Darumaka - Fire/Solar Darmanitan (Regular Forme) - Fire/Solar
Deerling - Solar/Grass Sawsbuck - Solar/Grass Mienshao - Fighting/Solar
Braviary - Solar/Flying Volcarona - Bug/Solar Floette - Fairy/Solar
Florges - Fairy/Solar Skiddo - Grass/Solar Gogoat - Grass/Solar

General Aesthetics

Solar-Type Pokemon are generally either based off of the concept of the Morning or off of the reliance ot the sun, hence why many Grass-Types gain this type. Only a handful of Flying-Types gain this type while a vast multitude of Bug-Types do as well. Common factors of these Pokemon are the colours Green and Orange, known for being encountered during the morning or day and flowers. Due to many being of the Normal, Bug and Grass Types the Pokemon are usually members of the Grass, Bug, Field and Monster Egg Group. Two outliers from this description are Chansey's Line and Kangaskhan this is due to both Pokemon being known for nuturing and caring and are associated with the willingness to protect their young.

Interestingly Venusaur, despite being a Grass-Type Pokemon with a Flower and being known for the move Solarbeam, is not a Solar-Type.

Type matchups

Official

Offensive
Solar
Defensive
Power Types   Power Types
Lunar
Bug
Grass
Ghost
½×
Fire
Fighting
Steel
½×
Dark
Ground
Flying
Lunar
Dark
Ice
Ground
None None

Pokémon Types
Official Types Fanon Types
Normal
Fighting
Flying
Poison
Ground
Sound
Wind
Gas
Light
Rock
Bug
Ghost
Steel
Fire
Cosmic
Myth
Hunter
Cyber
Water
Grass
Electric
Psychic
Ice
Solar
Lunar
Demon
Dragon
Dark
Fairy
???

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