Match These Pokemon To Their Type Or Go Back To Pallet Town

Pokémon is a media franchise that has been around since the late 1990s. Pokémon started with a video game and has since expanded to even more video games, toys, trading cards, and even an anime series. The entire Pokémon franchise is centered around small, fictional creatures known as Pokémon. These creatures come in all different shapes, sizes, and forms and while some of them are totally strange looking, some of them actually just look like cooler versions of the animals we have in the real world! Pretty cool, right?

Any Pokémon fan will know that there are seven generations of Pokémon that add up to a grand total of over 800 Pokémon! Within those seven generations of Pokémon, there are a total of 18 different types that Pokémon can have, including types like Ground, Fairy, Psychic, Steel, and Ice, among others. The type that a Pokémon is can have a great impact on their appearance, where they're found, and the moves they can learn which give them different advantages or disadvantages in battles against other Pokémon of different types. Each Pokémon has at least one type while there are also Pokémon that are dual-type with two different types.

How many Pokémon fans think they're a real Pokémon master and can match all these Pokémon to their types? Get over 90% on this quiz to prove it!

Question 1

What type is Charizard?

Charizard is a Pokémon that was introduced in Generation I of the Pokémon franchise and is the final form of one of the Kanto region's starter Pokémon, Charmander. Even though this Pokémon is technically the final form of that Pokémon and it doesn't evolve up into a different Pokémon, it can Mega Evolve into one of two different Mega Pokémon, depending on the Mega Stone that it's given. This Pokémon is similar to Charmander because of the fact that it has an orange body with a flame on the end of its also orange tail but it is significantly larger and has two teal wings.

Question 2

What type is Eevee?

Eevee is a Generation I Pokémon that is known for the fact that it can evolve up into one of several different Pokémon, each with a different type, depending on the circumstances of its evolution. Eevee is also the subject of the Pokémon game that was recently released for the Nintendo Switch, Pokémon Let's Go Eevee! Eevee walks on four legs and has brown fur all over its body with a fluffy tail and large ears. It has lighter brown fur around its neck and at the tip of its tail. Who thinks they know this Generation I Pokémon's type?

Question 3

What type is Squirtle?

Any Pokémon trainer who is familiar with the Pokémon games will know that, no matter which game you're playing or which region of the Pokémon world you're going to be exploring, it's impossible to set foot out into the Pokémon world without having a starter Pokémon at your side. Although most of the Pokémon that a trainer gets will be caught while exploring the world, every Pokémon trainer has to start with a single Pokémon. In each generation, there are three starter Pokémon that a trainer can choose from and Squirtle is one of the three that are available in Generation I.

Question 4

What type is Ponyta?

Ponyta is another Pokémon that looks a lot like an animal that we have in the real world. Ponyta, as its name would suggest, really resembles a pony. But instead of having hair for a mane and tail the way most horses and ponies that we're familiar with outside of the Pokémon world would, this Pokémon actually has fire there instead! Ponyta has a yellow body with bright orange flames making up its mane, tail, and on the backs of its legs. Ponyta and the Pokémon it evolves up into, Rapidash, are both Pokémon that were introduced in Generation I.

Question 5

What is Goldeen's type?

There are many Pokémon in the Pokémon franchise that resemble actual animals that we have in the real world! The only difference is that these Pokémon are so much cooler. Goldeen is a Pokémon that was introduced in Generation I of the Pokémon franchise and definitely looks like a goldfish that we would see in the real world with its round body, orange and white scales, and flowing fins. This Pokémon evolves up once into Seaking when it reaches level 33. Fans of the Pokémon anime series will remember that Cerulean Gym leader Misty has a Goldeen in her party.

Question 6

What type is Ekans?

Any fans of the Pokémon anime series will definitely be able to recognize this Pokémon. Anyone who watched the original anime series or has ever encountered Team Rocket in one of the Pokémon games will know that Jessie and James may not be great at their job but they do have a pretty impressive party of Pokémon that go with them that starts with their talking Meowth and ends with Pokémon like this one. Ekans is a snake-like Pokémonthat has a purple body with gold accents all over it. This Pokémon evolves up into Arbok after reaching a certain level.

Question 7

What type is Jigglypuff?

Jigglypuff is a Pokémon that was introduced in Generation I as a Normal type Pokémon but, with Generation VI, this Pokémon had a type change. Many Pokémon had their types changed from Normal to something else in this generation and this Pokémon was definitely one of them because it became a dual-type Pokémon! Jigglypuff is a small, round Pokémon with a pink body and large ears. This Pokémon loves to sing and takes a deep breath of air before it begins to sing a lullaby that puts everyone around it to sleep. This Pokémon is one that is even featured in other games like Super Smash Bros.

Question 8

What type is Psyduck?

Psyduck is a Pokémon that was introduced in Generation I, meaning that any fan of the Pokémon series that has been following the franchise since the beginning will definitely recognize this Pokémon. As its name suggests, this Pokémon resembles a duck with its webbed feet, round body, and long, flat bill. This Pokémon isn't exactly the most useful Pokémon because of the fact that it often has a headache and this headache leaves it unable to move or attack its opponent in battle. In the anime series, this Pokémon is shown to get out of its Pokéball at really inconvenient times!

Question 9

What type is Growlithe?

Growlithe is a Pokémon that was introduced in Generation I of Pokémon and looks a lot like a dog with its four legs, furry body, and large ears. It has orange fur all over its body with black stripes on its back and legs and fluffy, cream-colored fur on the top of its head, chest, and its tail. This Pokémon evolves up into Arcanine, which is a Fire type Pokémon, when it comes in contact with a Fire Stone. A Fire Stone is an Evolutionary Stone and one of the ways a Pokémon can evolve. Does this Pokémon change its type when it evolves or is it a Fire type all along?

Question 10

What type is Dragonair?

Even though this Pokémon may look like it's a snake with its long body and lack of limbs coming out of its sides, any fan of the Pokémon series will know that "snake" isn't a type, so this Pokémon has to be something else! Dragonair was introduced in Generation I of the Pokémon franchise. Serious fans of the Pokémon series that played Pokémon Gold and Silver will remember that, when they traveled to Blackthorn City and tried to earn a badge at the Blackthorn Gym, they had to battle against Gym Leader Clair who had one of these Pokémon in her party.

Question 11

What type is Snorlax?

Snorlax is a Pokémon that was introduced in Generation I of Pokémon and has been causing trouble for Pokémon fans ever since its introduction! Anyone who played the original Pokémon games will know that this Pokémon is huge and can often get in the way. It tends to fall asleep in the middle of a path that a Pokémon trainer is trying to take and it can be quite a task to wake it up in order to get past it because of the fact that it's too large to move or simply walk around. How many Pokémon fans know this Pokémon's type?

Question 12

What is Vaporeon's type?

There are many Pokémon in the Pokémon franchise that evolve up once or twice, but most of them keep the same type or become dual-type Pokémon as they evolve up. For instance, Charmander is a Fire type Pokémon that eventually evolves up into Charizard, a Pokémon that is still partially a Fire type because it's a Flying/Fire type Pokémon. But Eevee is a Pokémon that is totally different. Depending on the circumstances of Eevee's evolution, that Normal type Pokémon might evolve up into one of several different types. Vaporeon is just one of these Pokémon that it evolves up into when in contact with a certain Evolutionary Stone.

Question 13

What type is Mewtwo?

In the Pokémon world, there are some Pokémon that are way more common than others. Then, there are some Pokémon that are so rare, it's not even possible to catch them under normal circumstances and there are stories about them that get passed from Pokémon trainer to Pokémon trainer. These are called Legendary Pokémon. Mewtwo is one example of a Legendary Pokémon that was introduced in Generation I of the Pokémon franchise and is one-half of the legendary Mew Duo with the Pokémon Mew. Mewtwo is unlike other Pokémon because of the fact that it was actually created by scientists. What is its type?

Question 14

What type is Ditto?

Ditto may not be the flashiest Pokémon around but this Generation I Pokémon is one that any trainer would be lucky to have in their party with them for a number of reasons. One of the main reasons that Pokémon trainers who play the Pokémon games love to have Ditto in their Pokémon collection is because of the fact that it can breed with almost any other Pokémon, regardless of type or gender. This Pokémon is also really useful in battles because of the fact that it can copy the moves of so many other Pokémon, making it really difficult to beat!

Question 15

What is Meowth's type?

Meowth is an unforgettable Pokémon for fans of the Pokémon franchise because of the fact that the franchise has one very unique Meowth in it. Team Rocket, the main villains of the Pokémon franchise, have a Meowth in their party that isn't just any Pokémon, it actually talks! Meowth was introduced in Generation I of Pokémon, meaning that anyone who has been a fan of the franchise for a while will definitely be familiar with this Pokémon. It evolves up into Persian when it reaches level 28. In the Alola region, this Pokémon has a special variant that is a Dark type Pokémon.

Question 16

What type is Tangela?

Tangela is a Pokémon from Generation I of the franchise that definitely has a fitting name. It's hard to tell what this Pokémon looks like because of the fact that its entire body and face are totally covered in tangled up vines that only reveal its two feet and two large eyes. But, those vines definitely aren't in the way for this Pokémon, it uses them in order to pull its prey in close. Tangrowth was introduced in Generation IV and Tangela evolves up into that Pokémon when it levels up while knowing the move Ancient Power. What type is this Pokémon?

Question 17

What type is Smoochum?

This Pokémon is one that only the most serious of Pokémon fans are going to recognize! This Pokémon is a special type of Pokémon called a Baby Pokémon that was introduced in Generation II. A Baby Pokémon is a Pokémon that evolves up into another Pokémon that was introduced before they were added to the Pokédex. This Pokémon evolves up into the Pokémon Jynx, a Pokémon that was introduced in Generation I with nothing else in its evolutionary line, when it reaches level 30. This Pokémon is typically found in urban areas like cities and is very particular about its appearance!

Question 18

What type is Koffing?

Koffing is a Pokémon that was introduced in Generation I of the Pokémon franchise and evolves up once, into another Generation I Pokémon known as Weezing when it reaches level 35. This Pokémon is probably familiar to many major Pokémon fans that have watched the anime series because of the fact that Team Rocket member and major villain of the Pokémon series, James, has a Koffing in his party. Koffing is a round, purple Pokémon with bumps all over its body and it's constantly surrounded by greenish gases. On its body, a skull and crossbones symbol appears in white. What type of Koffing?

Question 19

What type is Gyarados?

Any fans of the Pokémon series will know that Magikarp isn't exactly the most useful of Pokémon in the Pokédex. Magikarp is a Pokémon that doesn't have a lot of different moves that are particularly powerful, meaning that having it in a Pokémon trainer's party for a battle isn't going to do them much good. Still, a lot of Pokémon trainers like to keep that Water type Pokémon in their party because of the fact that it will evolve up into the very powerful Gyarados when it reaches level 20. If Gyarados is given a Gyaradosite, it will evolve up again into Mega Gyarados.

Question 20

What is Sudowoodo's type?

Even though this Pokémon may look like a tree with its brown body and limbs that have green fingers like leaves on them, any Pokémon fan will know that "wood" isn't actually a Pokémon type. But, there are other nature-related types like Grass, Rock, and Ground as well as types like Bug that relate to things found in nature. This Pokémon was introduced in Generation II and is quite an inconvenient Pokémon in games like Pokémon Emerald because of the fact that it often blocks paths that Pokémon trainers need to be taking. How many Pokémon trainers know this Pokémon's type?

Question 21

What type is Haunter?

Some Pokémon are totally adorable while others tend to be pretty spooky. When it comes to this Generation I Pokémon, it's definitely one that falls more into the "super spooky" category than anything. Considering this Pokémon's type, this isn't a surprise! Haunter is a Pokémon that evolves up from Gastly when Gastly reaches level 25 and then evolves up one more time into Gengar when it's traded. This Pokémon is made up of a head and two hands that are not connected and it floats around. Haunter is a Pokémon that Gym Leader Sabrina has in her party and lives in dark places like caves.

Question 22

What is Togepi's type?

This Pokémon was introduced in Generation II as a Normal type Pokémon but it underwent some changes in Generation VI, along with many other Normal type Pokémon. Togepi is a Baby Pokémon that evolves up into Togetic when it levels up with a high friendship level with its trainer and then one more time into Togekiss when it comes in contact with a Shiny Stone. Togepi is a small, pale yellow Pokémon that is partially inside of an eggshell that has triangular shapes all over it. Only its head, legs, and arms are poking out from the egg. What is this Pokémon's type?

Question 23

What type is Aerodactyl?

Aerodactyl is a very special kind of Pokémon known as a Fossil Pokémon. Any fans of the Pokémon franchise who have played the Pokémon games before will know that a Fossil Pokémon is a Pokémon that can be resurrected from any of the different fossils laying around in the Pokémon world. Fossil Pokémon tend to be pretty rare but they can be found and kept in a Pokémon trainer's party. Aerodactyl is a Fossil Pokémon that was introduced in Generation I and has a large, purple body with darker purple wings and has a very solid body. What type of Pokémon is this?

Question 24

What type is Abra?

Abra is a Pokémon that was introduced in Generation I of the Pokémon franchise and is the first Pokémon in its evolutionary chain. This Pokémon evolves up into Kadabra when it reaches level 16 and then, Kadabra evolves up into Alakazam when it is traded to another Pokémon trainer. Major fans of the series will probably recognize this Pokémon because of the fact that Gym Leader Sabrina from the Saffron City Gym has an Abra in her party! Pokémon fans will know that Abra can be a tough Pokémon to catch because of its ability to teleport itself away when it senses trouble.

Question 25

What type is Mr. Mime?

Mr. Mime is a super unique Pokémon in the franchise because of the fact that it looks so much like a human whereas most other Pokémon in the franchise look a lot like animals. Mr. Mime has a round, white body that has large pink spheres all over it, particularly at its hips and shoulders. It also has the same pink spheres on the tips of its fingers and on its cheeks. Mr. Mime is a Pokémon that was introduced in Generation I and had a Baby Pokémon added to its evolutionary line in the form of Mime Jr. in Generation IV.

Question 26

What type is Lapras?

Lapras is a rather large Pokémon that was introduced in the very first Generation of the Pokémon franchise. This Pokémon has a blue body with flat limbs like fins that come out from its body. On the back of its body, Lapras has a hard grey shell. This Pokémon is shown in the games and in the anime series to be a really gentle and helpful Pokémon that loves to help trainers when they need to be transported across surfaces like oceans where this Pokémon lives. Lapras is a dual-type Pokémon that does not evolve to or from any other Pokémon.

Question 27

What type is Onix?

This Pokémon was introduced in Generation I and is best-known among many Pokémon trainers for the fact that Brock, the leader of the gym in Pewter City, has one of these huge Pokémon in his party! Onix is a large, snake-like Pokémon that is made up entirely of boulders of varying sizes. At the end of its tail, Onix has smaller boulders that get larger and larger until it reaches the one that makes up its head. This boulder has a spike at the top of it and a large mouth. When traded while holding a Metal Coat, this Pokémon evolves up into Steelix.

Question 28

What type is Lickitung?

Lickitung is definitely an unforgettable Pokémon because of how different it looks from any other Pokémon in the franchise. This Pokémon was introduced in Generation I and has a very rounded, pink body with a long tail. Its body has yellow accents on its knees in the form of circles and on its stomach in the form of lines. This Pokémon is best-known for its super long tongue which it uses for a variety of purposes like capturing prey and learning about the environment that it finds itself in. Fans of the anime series will likely remember that Team Rocket's Jessie caught one of these!

Question 29

What is Raichu's type?

Even though Pikachu is definitely among the most popular Pokémon that even casual fans of the Pokémon series can recognize, only the biggest Pokémon fans will remember what type the Pokémon it evolves up to is. Raichu is a Pokémon that looks a lot like its predecessor, Pikachu, but with a darker colored body and a much longer tail. This Pokémon is the final form of the Baby Pokémon Pichu and evolves up from Pikachu when Pikachu comes into contact with a Thunder Stone, an evolutionary stone that helps a certain type of Pokémon evolve. Who can remember what Raichu's type is?

Question 30

What type is Venonat?

Venonat is a Pokémon that was introduced in Generation I of the Pokémon franchise and is the first Pokémon in its evolutionary chain. Venonat evolves up once into a Pokémon known as Venomoth when it reaches level 31. This Pokémon is a small, round Pokémon that is covered in purple fur and has poison that oozes out of its body onto anyone that touches it. This Pokémon has large, pink eyes and long, white antennae that stick out of the top of its head. This Pokémon is often found in forests and, like Venomoth, is attracted to bright lights and will often go to them.

Question 31

What type is Slowpoke?

Slowpoke is a Pokémon that was introduced in Generation I of the Pokémon franchise. This Pokémon evolves up into Slowbro when it reaches level 37 and then Slowbro evolves up into Slowking when it's traded while holding a King's Rock. As shown in the anime series, this Pokémon can also change into Slowbro or Slowking all on its own in the wild if it fuses together by the tail or the head with a Shellder. This Pokémon is known for moving really slowly and being pretty slow to react to its environment. It can often be found near the water.

Question 32

What is Drowzee's type?

Drowzee is a Pokémon that was introduced in Generation I of the Pokémon franchise. It walks on two legs and has a body that has brown on the bottom half with yellow on the top half of its body and a long, curved nose. This Pokémon evolves up into another Generation I Pokémon, Hypno, when it reaches level 26. Fans of the Pokémon anime series will know that this Pokémon is an interesting one because it can put people to sleep with its special powers and then, once people are asleep near it, it feeds on their dreams. What type is Drowzee?

Question 33

What type is Bruxish?

This colorful fish is a Pokémon that was introduced in Generation VII of the Pokémon franchise. Generation VII introduced Pokémon fans to the Alola region, a region of the Pokémon that is known for its tropical weather and warm temperatures. Considering the fact that this region is located right on the beach, it's no surprise that there are so many Pokémon that can be found on the beach or in the ocean and this Pokémon is definitely no exception. This Pokémon has a fish-like body with different colors all over it and very sharp teeth. It uses the growth on its head to detect its prey.

Question 34

What is Skitty's type?

Skitty is a Pokémon that was introduced in Generation III and its name is definitely pretty fitting for this Pokémon. This Pokémon is almost cat-like in its appearance with its rounded body, four legs, and huge ears. It has a pink and yellow body with a long tail that has pink fur at the end and three round tips that stick out of the very end of its tail. This Pokémon evolves up once when it comes into contact with a Moon Stone into a Pokémon known as Delcatty. Like cats that we have in the real world, this Pokémon loves to chase things around.

Question 35

What type is Porygon?

Porygon is a really interesting Pokémon because of the fact that it's not actually an animal like most other Pokémon in the franchise. Instead, this Pokémon is made up entirely of computer code! Pretty crazy, right? This super unique Pokémon was introduced in Generation I, so most fans of the Pokémon series that have been around since the very beginning will definitely remember this Pokémon's type. According to Bulbapedia, this Pokémon was created on Cinnabar Island quite some time ago meaning that technology has advanced since then and evolutions of this Pokémon including Porygon2 and Porygon-Z have been introduced in later generations.

Question 36

What is Magmar's type?

This interesting looking Pokémon was introduced in Generation I of the Pokémon franchise. It walks on wo legs and has orange feet that have two large, silver claws that poke out of its. Those same claws appear on its hands and it has yellow and orange all over its body in flame-like patterns. This matches the actual flames that this Pokémon has that come off the top of its head and on the tip of its tail. Magmar is in the middle of its evolutionary chain, evolving up from the Baby Pokémon Magby at level 30 and then up to Magmortar when it is traded up holding a certain item.

Question 37

What type is Primeape?

Primeape is a small Pokémon that was introduced in Generation I that many fans of the anime series are probably familiar with and maybe even slightly afraid of. This Pokémon can be pretty aggressive, as shown in the Pokémon anime series, and will attack people for seemingly no reason. Uh oh! Primeape is the second Pokémon in the evolutionary chain of Mankey, another Pokémon that was introduced in Generation I of the Pokémon franchise. Primeape is a round Pokémon with lots of thick, white fur all over its body and brown arms and legs. What type is this monkey-like Pokémon?

Question 38

What type is Alolan Vulpix?

Generation VII introduced all of us Pokémon fans to the Alola region. While we really wish the Pokémon world was real so we could have our favorite Pokémon for ourselves, Generation VII gave us a whole new reason to be envious of Pokémon trainers in the series. Alola is a tropical region that is right on the beach with warm temperatures all the time. The unique region also means that some Pokémon we're familiar with have totally different types! For instance, Vulpix is typically a Fire type Pokémon but in the Alola region, this orange Pokémon turned white and has a different type!

Question 39

What is Sylveon's type?

Each new generation of the Pokémon franchise introduces us to a brand new game that's set in a whole new region! And with the new region, we're introduced to new Pokémon that we just can't wait to get our hands on and add to our Pokédex. Sylveon is a Pokémon that was introduced in Generatio VI and is one of the many evolutionary forms of the Generation I Pokémon Eevee. Generation VI also introduced us to a brand new type of Pokémon and this Pokémon is one example of that brand new type. How many Pokémon trainers know Sylveon's type?

Question 40

What type is Rockruff?

Rockruff is a small, dog-like Pokémon that was introduced in Generation VII of the Pokémon franchise. Rockruff is one of the newer Pokémon that has been featured heavily in the Sun & Moon series of the Pokémon anime, a series that is set in Generation VII's Alola region. This Pokémon has brown fur with fluffy, lighter fur on its tail and around its neck where several rocks can be seen attacked to its skin, similarly to a collar. This Pokémon evolves up into Lycanroc when it reaches level 25 but the type of Lycanroc it evolves up into depends entirely on the time of day when it evolves.

Question 41

What type is Palossand?

Many Pokémon found in the franchise look similar to animals but that doesn't mean they all do! There are quite a few Pokémon, especially in some of the later generations of the Pokémon franchise, that look totally different and look more like something inanimate than an animal. Palossand was a Pokémon that was introduced in Generation VII, which is pretty fitting considering the Alola region's tropical location, and looks like a huge sandcastle instead of an animal. This Pokémon may look amusing but fans of the Pokémon franchise will know that it's actually pretty spooky! This Pokémon sucks its victims in with the vortex it creates.

Question 42

What type is Mudkip?

Mudkip is a small, blue and orange Pokémon that was introduced in Generation III of the Pokémon franchise. Mudkip is best-known among many Pokémon fans for the fact that this Pokémon is one of the three starters, alongside Treecko and Torchic, that a Pokémon trainer can choose when they start their journey in the Hoenn region of the games Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald, Omega Ruby, and Alpha Sapphire. This Pokémon has a blue body with a lighter blue color on its stomach and the bottom of its face as well as its tail. It has orange fins that come out of the sides of its face.

Question 43

What type is Teddiursa?

Teddiursa is a Pokémon that was introduced in Generation II of the Pokémon franchise. This small, orange Pokémon resembles a bear or even a stuffed animal like a teddy bear because of its round body, large ears, and four limbs. This Pokémon has a yellow mouth and a slightly off-white moon on the top of its face. Teddiursa evolves up once into Ursaring when it reaches level 30. Teddiursa is typically found living in mountains and it feeds on honey that Beedrill, a Pokémon that was introduced in Generation I, creates. How many Pokémon trainers think they remember Teddiursa's type?

Question 44

What type is Mimikyu?

No, this isn't Pikachu! But don't be surprised if you thought this was that Generation I Pokémon. Mimikyu is a Pokémon that was introduced in Generation VII that looks a lot like Pikachu on purpose. Mimikyu is a Pokémon that looks like it's wearing a Pokémon costume that was crudely made and no one actually knows what this Pokémon looks like underneath the costume that it's wearing. Mimikyu doesn't evolve to or from any other Pokémon but its costume will flop over slightly like it's been damaged when this Pokémon is in battle and has been injured. Who knows this spooky Pokémon's type?

Question 45

What type is Weepinbell?

Weepinbell is a Pokémon that was introduced in Generation I of the Pokémon franchise. It has a large, somewhat oval-shaped body with a mouth at the very end and a stem at the other end. It has two green leaves on either side like arms. This Pokémon is in the very middle of its evolutionary line, evolving up from Bellsprout when it reaches level 21 and then once more up into Victreebel when it comes into contact with a Leaf Stone. Weepinbell is typically found in forests and it is said to hang from trees and wait for its prey to walk under them.

Question 46

What type is Gothita?

This small Pokémon was introduced in Generation V and is the first Pokémon in its evolutionary line. It evolves up once into Gothorita when it reaches level 32 and then again into Gothitelle, its final form, when it reaches level 41. Gothita is a Pokémon that walks on two legs and has two arms that stick out of the sides of its body. It has a mostly black body with white triangles going around the center and three large white bows, one just below its head and one on either side of its head which is purple with black hair on the top.

Question 47

What type is Hitmonchan?

Hitmonchan is a Pokémon that was introduced in Generation I. A baby Pokémon form of this Pokémon, Tyrogue, was introduced in Generation II. Hitmonchan is one of the three final forms of Tyrogue and which of its final forms Tyrogue evolves up into depends entirely on the statistics that it levels up with, meaning Pokémon trainers have to be careful when they're training their Pokémon. Hitmonchan is the final form that Tyrogue evolves up into when its Defense stat is higher than its Attack stat. Hitmonchan is a humanoid Pokémon that has a brownish body and boxing gloves on each of its hands.

Question 48

What is Litten's type?

Each generation of the Pokémon franchise has three starters, each of which have a different type. A player that picks up any of the core games has a choice between these three Pokémon and their rival will then pick a Pokémon whose type is the opposite and is therefor a challenge for the player. Litten is one of the three Pokémon that appear as an option for a trainer playing Pokémon Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun, or Ultra Moon, the games that make up Generation VII of the Pokémon franchise. Litten is a small black and red Pokémon that resembles a cat.

Question 49

What type is Articuno?

Articuno is a Legendary Pokémon that was introduced in Generation I of the Pokémon franchise. This Pokémon is one of the three Legendary Birds of the Kanto region, with the others being Moltres and Zapdos. These Pokémon are Legendary Pokémon that are each different types but they all have one thing in common: they share one type among all three of them. So, even though Moltres and Zapdos are partially Fire and Electric types, respectively, they are dual-type and have their other type in common and also share it with Articuno. Articuno is a blue bird with a long tail and a lighter patch of blue on its chest.

Question 50

What type is Charjabug?

Charjabug is a Pokémon that was introduced in Generation VII of the Pokémon franchise and is right in the middle of its evolutionary line. Charjabug evolves up from Grubbin when it reaches level 20 and then evolves up one more time to Vikavolt when this Pokémon levels up in a particular location in the Pokémon world. This Pokémon has a rectangular, green body with two yellow spikes that protrude out of the front of its body and blue eyes just above them. Fans of the Pokémon anime series will probably recognize this Pokémon because of the fact that Sophocles caught one!

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