Not Very Effective alludes to a Move that arrangements not as much as expected harm to a Pokemon.
At the point when a Move utilized on a Pokémon as a part of fight, it might bargain typical harm, less harm (Not Very Effective) or expanded harm (Super Effective). This controlled by the Type of Move utilized and the Type of Pokémon the Move utilized on, otherwise called Type Effectiveness.
Certain Pokémon Types are impervious to specific Types of harm. For example, Charmander is in fight against a Squirtle. It chooses to utilize the Move Ember, which happens to be a Fire Type Move. Being that Squirtle is a Water Type Pokémon it is solid against Fire and along the lines it will take decreased harm from the assault.
On the off chance that a Pokémon Type is impervious to a Move, "Not Very Effective" will show up on the screen after the assault lands.