The title here is a reference to a famous phrase from Pokémon, referring to the additional effectiveness of certain Pokémon "types" when used against other certain types. This not only suggests we are interested in Pokémon types, but the "super effective" interactions between them - examination of the diamonds at the intersections of the three present "starter" types (Fire, Grass, and Water) quickly suggests that an arrow pointing from type A to type B means "A is super effective against B".
In fact, we can use the information provided by the arrows in the pyramid to fill in all fifteen original Pokémon types along the bottom row. This can quickly be done using an existing type-effectiveness chart from Google Images, through simple examination of the arrows. For example, other than Grass, the only type super effective against Water is Electric, and so can be identified as being the fifth type from the right. Filling in the type row completely gives us the following order:
Using each number to retrieve a letter from the appropriate type spells out the message "ONEHUNDREDEIGHT". Pokémon #108 is, of course, Lickitung, who is super effective against no one at all.
|The answer is: lickitung|