No Normal, No Fighting, But... Flying?
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April 9th, 2013 (9:56 AM).
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Perhaps it's meant to represent how ghosts are immune to the ways in which Normal- and Fighting-type moves work, rather than "what they're made of." Like, perhaps there is some sense that ghosts have that let them anticipate and deflect the effects which they can't do for other types. If I had to make up some excuse, I'd say it could be that ghosts, being sort of like dead spirits, with Normal- and Fighting-type being the closest things to regular animals and people in the Pokemon world, have an natural understanding of how living creatures work because they are, in some sense, byproducts of those same creatures.
Or something like what XanderO said, in that Ghosts are too otherworldly.
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