All Ghost, Normal-type Pokémon - Upcomer
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There have been Ghost and Normal-type Pokémon since the very start of the franchise, but you might be surprised to learn that these two types barely ever cross over.

Despite dual-type Pokémon becoming popular over the years, it seems that the devs have chosen to keep Ghost and Normal mostly separate, but the good news is that there are a few options if you want to provide coverage to your party.

Dual-type Pokémon are great as they have access to more moves and in some cases many fewer weaknesses than single-type creatures. To help you out when putting together your next team for battle, here are all of the Ghost and Normal-type Pokémon in the franchise.

Every Ghost and Normal-type Pokémon 

Right now there are only two Ghost and Normal-type Pokémon and they both appear in the same evolution chain.

Hisuian Zorua

Hisuian Zorua art
Image via The Pokémon Company

Hisuian Zorua isn’t just one of the cutest Pokémon in Legends: Arceus, but it was also the very first to have both Normal and Ghost types. This provides great coverage and is a big switch up from the regular form of Zorua that has a Dark type.

Hisuian Zoroark

Hisuian Zoroark
Image via The Pokémon Company

The only other Pokémon with both Ghost and Normal types is Hisuain Zoroark, the evolution of Zorua, also introduced in Pokémon Legends: Arceus. Since then these two Pokémon have gone on to appear in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet and provide a unique type pairing to bring into competitive matches.

While there are only two of these Pokémon for now,  perhaps in future Pokémon games more Ghost and Normal-type Pokémon will make their debut. Should that happen this list will be updated to reflect the developments.

Ryan is a Senior Staff Writer for Upcomer and has been working at GAMURS since 2020. He covers a wide variety of titles from across the gaming and entertainment space, and can also be found on Dot Esports and We Got This Covered. He boasts a degree in Journalism from Murdoch University.