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What type has the highest ratio of forgettable shitmon?
I'm thinking Water type.
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>>45923973
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>>45923973
I thought that at first but I don't think it's actually true. People tend to remember the generational rattata-clones and generational pidgey clones, which is a large chunk of normal types. Plus, there's a pretty big chunk of iconic non-evolving normal types.
By contrast, what does water have? A whole lot of forgettable fish that many players will never even encounter since you need to go out of your way and fish to even see them in the first place.

So in conclusion, generational water-type filler are more forgettable than generational normal-type filler.
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>>45923969
Water because they have the most pokemon total I believe. Not many people remember Fish #149.
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>>45923969
He is a cute fish. I would pet him and keep him in my sink.
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>>45924021
i have to agree with this. alolamola, finneon/lumineon, the gen 5 metal piranha things, gorebyss, bruxish all come to mind
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>>45923969
nah i'm thinking rock or bug
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>>45923969
Fairy
Keeps forgetting which Pokemon is that type



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