Breeding type null is a very confusing process. It involves breeding two specific Pokémon together, which can be difficult to find and even more difficult to catch.
If you’re not interested in the steps involved in breeding type null, then this article may not be for you. However, if you are looking for some advice on how to make it easier or want an explanation of what’s going on behind the scenes when these two Pokémon breed with each other, then please continue reading! –
Step One: First, you need to find a Pokémon that is the opposite gender of your desired type null.
For example, if you want a male type null, then look for a female one instead. You can check at serebii.net or bulbapedia’s list of Pokémon by their types to see which ones qualify as “opposite” genders and what they are called in English–or in any language other than Japanese (in some cases). Keep in mind that not all species have males and females! There may be more things about them on bulbapedia so it might help explain how breeding works with those Pokémon too. When checking these lists remember that many second stage evolutions already listed will also count as