Only A Master Trainer Can Guess These Pokémon From Only 3 Hints!

The Pokémon franchise has successfully created a world in which they can easily introduce hundreds of characters every few years and everyone gets excited about it (which is more than what other franchises can say). Since its inception in the 90s, Pokémon has gained over 800 characters and is still growing. There might be some creatures that share some traits, but no two are the same, and it appears as if Game Freak won't be slowing down their creative train any time soon.

With just three random hints, are you capable of naming the various Pokémon of the first three generations in the franchise? Will you even be able to tell which creatures belong to the Kanto Region and which belong to the Hoenn Region? It's through these separate generations that we have even a little bit of hope in remembering all of the Pokémon created for the series.

These questions will test your knowledge and remembrance of the creatures through the first three generations. Considering they're older Pokémon, you'll have to search through the deep memories of your childhood in order to ensure that you get them all correct. Real Pokémon fans will be able to answer these questions with ease. If you struggle, then you might not be a true fan of the series.

1Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Yellow. Electric. Mouse.

Not even casual fans could possibly get this question wrong. Breaking down the three hints, we have yellow. Often times, yellow in the Pokémon franchise is used to color a Pokémon who can use electric-type attacks. Appropriately enough, the second clue is electric, which tells you everything you need to know about how it performs in battle. The last clue is mouse. Most Pokémon are based on animals that appear in real life, and this yellow and electric creature happens to be a mouse.

2Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Grass. Flower. Second.

Are these clues striking anything in your memory? Let's break them down for a simpler time. The first clue is Grass, which alludes to the Pokémon's type. Most grass types have access to moves that deal out status effects as well as heal their own stamina. The second clue is flower. This could hint at the fact that the Pokémon is either a flower or has one on its body. The final clue is second. Considering that most Pokémon exist in a line of evolution, perhaps this refers to that?

3Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Bird. Mega. Ash.

Have any of these clues triggered some memory within your mind? Let's break down the clues. The first is bird. There are a lot of bird Pokémon in the franchise, so that clue doesn't break it down a whole lot. The second is mega. In Gen VI, Mega Evolutions were brought into the series and only select Pokémon were given one. The last clue is Ash. Ash is the main character of the anime and had several bird Pokémon over the years.

4Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Magnet. Single. Steel.

Are any of these clues meaning anything to you? Breaking them down past the surface level, you should be able to find the answer. The first clue is Magnet. While most Pokémon are based on animals, this one actually has more traits in line with a magnet. The second clue is single, which is fairly self-explanatory. The final clue is steel. Steel was a type introduced in the second generation and was applied to pre-existing Pokémon that Game Freak felt deserved it.

5Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Purple. Rat. Normal.

These clues are practically giving the answer, so if you haven't figured it out already, then we'll break them down. The first clue is purple. The color of this Pokémon is purple, so there aren't a whole lot of options in that department. The second clue is rat. This Pokémon is based on a rat. Even though rats are fairly undesirable critters, Game Freak looked to them for inspiration. The final clue is normal. Normal is another Pokémon type that is more of a filler when Game Freak didn't know how to classify them.

6Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Salamander. Fire. Orange.

If these clues haven't given you a clear picture of who this Pokémon is, we'll break them down. The first clue is Salamander. This Pokémon (as you can tell by the picture) is based on a salamander. The second clue is Fire. Being one of the most popular Pokémon types, it's not hard to imagine what it does in battle. The final clue is orange. While most fire-type Pokémon are red, this one happens to be orange, which is fairly uncommon.

7Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Water. Turtle. Cannon.

Can you guess who this Pokémon just by looking at these three clues? The first clue is water. Being one of the Pokémon types, those who have it are known for having powerful attacks that can affects the entire arena and everyone in it. The second clue is turtle. As you might've guessed, this Pokémon is based on a turtle. The final clue is cannon. Now where would a cannon fit in with a water Pokémon who just so happens to be a turtle?

8Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Butterfly. Bug. Confusion.

Have you guessed who this Pokémon is just based on these three clues? The first clue, butterfly, is in reference to the type of creature that this Pokémon is based on. Bug, the second clue, refers to the type of Pokémon that it is. Bug types are strong against psychic Pokémon and have some very unique stat boosting attacks. The final is confusion. This refers to a psychic-type attack in the franchise that has a chance of confusing its victim.

9Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Snake. Poison. Backward.

This Pokémon isn't hard to guess with these three clues. If you're still stuck, we'll break them down. The first clue is snake. This refers to the animal that this Pokémon was inspired by. The second clue is poison. Poison is another Pokémon type, and one that often results in severe poison damage. The final clue is backward. This one isn't in reference to a Pokémon's type, inspiration, or any sort of move, so it's up to you to figure out how it fits in.

10Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Mole. Ground. Dig.

Cane you name this Pokémon with just these three clues. The first clue is mole. Moles, for those of you that don't know, are small creatures that make their home by digging through the earth. The second clue is ground. Ground is a Pokémon type where arena-affecting attacks like Earthquake and Magnitude exist. The final clue is dig. Dig is also another Pokémon move in which the user disappears beneath the earth for one turn before re-emerging with a powerful strike.

11Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Fire. Fox. Brock.

Are any of these clues giving the Pokémon away. The first clue is fire. This Pokémon is another fire type that can learn a few useful attacks for dealing with grass, bug, and steel types. The second clue is fox. As you might've guessed from the photo, this Pokémon is based on a fox. The final clue is Brock. Brock is one of the supporting characters in the Pokémon anime and he had a lot of unique Pokémon over the years, including this one.

12Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Starfish. Orange. Five.

Are these clues giving away the identity of this Pokémon to you? The first clue is starfish. This Pokémon is based on a starfish, so it's easy to see where the inspiration comes from. The second clue is orange. Much like a normal starfish, this Pokémon is orange, which is slightly uncommon for its type. The final clue is five. Most starfish only have five limbs, so it makes sense that the number five would be crucial to this Pokémon.

13Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Flytrap. Chomp. James.

Are these clues striking any memories within your mind? The first clue is flytrap. The venus flytrap is a plant that is famous for eating any unsuspecting bugs that walk onto its face, and that's what this Pokémon is inspired by. The second clue is chomp. Being based on a flytrap, it makes sense that this Pokémon would do a lot of chomping. The final clue is James. James is one of the members of Team Rocket in the anime and had a lot of interesting Pokémon.

14Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Bird. Angry. Flying.

Can you name this Pokémon based on these three clues? The first clue is bird. There are tons of bird Pokémon in the franchise, so this one still leaves quite a bit of options to choose from. The second clue is angry. This Pokémon is known to have a temper and has been seen terrorizing anyone that comes to close to its home. The final clue is flying. Flying is another Pokémon that is given to most creatures that have wings.

15Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Squid. Poison. 80.

This Pokémon is quite unique, so you may have already guessed it based on these three clues. The first clue is squid. There are numerous water Pokémon and Game Freak took inspiration from various creatures as a result. This one happens to be inspired by a squid. The second clue is poison. Despite being based on a squid, this Pokémon was also given the poison type to help deal more damage. The final clue is 80. You'll have to do some thinking to guess how this one fits.

16Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Horn. King. Ground.

Can you guess this Pokémon just by using these three clues. The first clue is horn. With Game Freak taking inspiration from dinosaurs, rhinos, and beetles, it makes sense that plenty of Pokémon would be given their own horns. The second clue is king. We know that kings, in nature, are fearsome warriors who protect their own and fight any invaders. The final clue is ground. Despite what the picture may tell you, this Pokémon also manages to be a ground type.

17Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Bull. Safari. Three.

Have you guessed this Pokémon just by looking at the clues? The first clue is bull. Being inspired by a bull, this Pokémon has an appropriate temper and a physical build that makes it extremely powerful. The second clue is safari. This Pokémon was found in the anime in an interesting location known as the Safari Zone. The final clue is three. Could this refer to the number of limbs it has? Could it maybe be the third of its kind?

18Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Mantis. Scythe. Bug.

Have you guessed this Pokémon based on the three clues? The first clue is mantis. This Pokémon is based on a praying mantis- one of the most interesting bugs in the world. The second clue is scythe. A scythe was commonly a gardening tool that would later be used by the grim reaper in fiction. The final clue is bug. Being based on a praying mantis, it makes sense that this Pokémon would be a bug type and have appropriate attacks.

19Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Normal. Evolve. Fox.

This Pokémon should be extremely easy to guess based on these three clues. The first clue is normal. As you already know, normal is a type that Game Freak uses when a Pokémon doesn't have any other type that fits it well. The second clue is evolve. Most Pokémon evolve into stronger ones under the right conditions, and that's what this creature is known for. The final clue is fox. This is another Pokémon based on a fox and is extremely cute.

20Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Sludge. Poison. Gross.

Can you decipher these three nasty clues to figure out who the Pokémon is? The first clue is sludge. This basic Pokémon is based on a pile of sludge with eyes and a mouth. The second clue is poison. Being based on garbage, it makes sense that this Pokémon would be a poison type. The final clue is gross. As you might expect, a Pokémon that has more in common with your trash can is bound to be quite the gross phenomenon.

21Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Fighting. Monkey. First.

Can you guess this Pokémon just by glancing at these three clues? The first clue is fighting. Fighting is another type that typically involves high-intensity physical attacks that can break through normal, rock, and steel types with ease. The second clue is monkey. This Pokémon is based on a monkey and is equally as mischievous. The final clue is first. This Pokémon is the first evolution of its line. That should be enough. Can you guess who this Pokemon is?

22Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Ground. Skull. Mother.

These three clues have made this Pokémon fairly obvious to guess. The first clue is ground. This Pokémon is a ground type and has all of the attacks you'd expect from it. The second clue is skull. This Pokémon is known for wearing the skull of another Pokémon around it in some fashion. The final clue is mother. This Pokémon is often identified in relation to its mother. It usually grows up an orphan and keeps a memento of its parent.

23Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Horseshoe. Fossil. Water.

Have you guessed this Pokémon's identity by looking at these three clues? The first clue is horseshoe. This Pokémon is based on a horseshoe crab and has a very simplistic design as a result. The second clue is fossil. This Pokémon lived during ancient times and was only able to be brought back as a result of its fossil being taken to some ambitious scientists in the modern day. The final clue is water. This Pokémon is one of the first water-types to have ever lived.

24Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Pterodactyl. Dinosaur. Rock.

Can you guess this Pokémon solely based on these three clues? The first clue is pterodactyl. Pterodactyls were prehistoric dinosaurs that were theorized to take to the skies and hunt fish. That's what this Pokémon is based on. The second clue is dinosaur. This Pokémon more resembles a carnivorous dinosaur than most other fossils. The final clue is rock. Being an ancient creature, this Pokémon was given the rock typing in addition to also being able to fly. That said, it's not all that impressive.

25Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Serpent. Water. Scary.

Have you guessed this Pokémon entirely based on these three clues? The first clue is serpent. Serpents are often used in folklore to describe massive water beasts who haunt the stories of sailors throughout the ages. Those stories are what inspired this Pokémon. The second clue is water. Being based on a sea monster, it makes sense that this creature would also be a water-type. The final clue is scary. In the games, this Pokémon is known for being frightening. Smart trainers do not engage it.

26Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Worm. Horn. Kanto.

Have these clues struck any memories of your past? The first clue is worm. Worms are common critters that dig through the ground. They were used several times for foundations of Pokémon designs. The second clue is horn. While most worms are harmless, this Pokémon actually has a horn that can poison anyone that touches it. The final clue is Kanto. The Kanto Region was the first region ever introduced in the franchise, and this Pokémon is native to it.

27Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Poison. Female. Hyrax.

Have you guessed this Pokémon with the three clues? The first clue is poison. This Pokémon only has one type, which is poison. This means that most of its attacks will be focused on poisoning its opponent. The second clue is female. Where most Pokémon can be either male or female, this one is specifically female. The final clue is hyrax. This is a small rodent with stocky features that was used as inspiration for the design of this Pokémon.

28Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Sleep. Hungry. Normal.

These clues are fairly obvious. Have you figured out who it is? The first clue is sleep. This Pokémon is widely known for taking naps at extremely inconvenient times and locations. The second clue is hungry. Because it sleeps so long, it wakes up with a massive appetite and devour just about anything in sight. The third clue is normal. This the filler Pokémon type that isn't strong against anything. That said, it allows the Pokémon to learn a wide variety of attacks.

29Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Fighting. Kick. Stretch.

Have you figured out the name of this Pokémon based on these three clues? The first clue is fighting. This Pokémon is a fighting type, which means that it will have high-damaging physical attacks apart from elemental ones. The second clue is kick. While this Pokémon is a fighting type, it likes to use its legs for its attacks as opposed to its fists. The final clue is stretch. It has the ability to stretch a part of its body as necessary.

30Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Fire. Bird. Legendary.

Have you discovered the name of this Pokémon based on the three clues given? The first clue is fire. This Pokémon, as you might've guessed from the image, is a fire type and has a lot of devastating attacks to burn its foes. The second clue is bird, meaning that this Pokémon is based on that animal. The final clue is legendary. As opposed to a common creature that trainers would find on Route 1, this Pokémon is a rare legendary found in the Kanto Region.

31Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Coral. Water. Misty.

Have you guessed the identity of this Pokémon solely based on this small clues? The first clue is coral. Coral refers to the underwater organisms that take the appearance of colorful rocks. The second clue is water. Water is a Pokémon type. Those who have it are often known to live under the sea as well. The final clue is Misty. Misty was one of the original companions of Ash in the anime, and she had a deep love of water-type Pokémon.

32Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Axolotl. Water. Johto.

Can you name this Pokémon just by looking at these three clues? The first clue is axolotl. This refers to an amphibious creature with tendrils on its face that help it stand out from other salamanders. The second clue is water. Spending most of its time around bodies of water, it makes sense that this Pokémon would have that type. The final clue is Johto. This Pokémon is often found in the waters of the Johto Region and is a popular choice.

33Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Spider. Cute. Poison.

These three clues give this Pokémon's name away. Have you figured it out? The first clue is spider. Spiders are some of the most feared critters in the entire world, and it wasn't long before Game Freak decided to take inspiration from them. The second clue is cute. Despite being a spider, this Pokémon is actually one of the cuter ones in the franchise. The final clue is poison, which refers to the type of the Pokémon in question. It is a spider after all.

34Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Normal. Yawn. Wings.

Can you name the Pokémon just by reading those three clues? The first clue is normal, which refers to the type that it has. Unlike more useful normal types, though, this Pokémon has a very limited move pool. The second clue is yawn. Yawn refers to an attack that this creature can learn. It causes a target to become drowsy and fall asleep in its next turn. The final clue is wings. This Pokémon has a set of wings despite it not having the flying type.

35Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Bear. Ring. Grizzly.

Have you guessed this Pokémon's name with just these three clues? The first clue is bear. This creature is based on a massive bear, and has the impressive build to back it up. The second clue is ring. This could refer to a fur pattern or a type of item that the Pokémon would normally carry. The final clue is grizzly. When all bear species are put side to side, it's clear that this one was based off of a massive grizzly.

36Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Ghost. Necklace. Dusk.

Have you guessed the identity of this Pokémon based on the three clues? The first clue is ghost. While that normally points to a spirit, it is also a type in the Pokémon world that is held by this creature. The second clue is necklace. This Pokémon appears to be wearing a necklace at all times that is quite stylish. The final clue is dusk. While it does refer to a time of day, there is also a Dusk Stone that has some effect on this Pokémon.

37Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Cotton. Grass. Flying.

Have these clues given away the identity of this Pokémon to you? The first clue is cotton. At first glance, it's clear that this Pokémon was inspired partially by the real-world plant of cotton. The second clue is grass. This refers to the Pokémon's type, which is appropriate considering that it's based off of a plant. The final clue is flying. This is the Pokémon's second type, which is interesting when you remember that these types normally oppose each other.

38Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Dance. Sun. Grass.

Do you have any guesses as to who this Pokémon could be just by looking at these three clues? The first clue is dance. This Pokémon loves to dance and is known for putting on ornate performances with others of its kind. The second clue is sun. This Pokémon thrives in the sun and also has an interesting relationship with Sun Stones. The final clue is grass. This is obviously in reference to its type, playing along with its love of the sun.

39Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Letters. Hidden. Psychic.

This one should be obvious given these three clues. The first clue is letters. Some Pokémon are based on abstract concepts, and this one is based on the alphabet. The second clue is hidden. While these Pokémon are fairly difficult to find, they are also known for the Hidden Power attack. The final clue is psychic. These Pokémon are psychic types. Unfortunately, their move pool never capitalizes on their type and they're not all that useful in battle as a result.

40Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Echidna. Fire. Johto.

Have you cracked the code of these three clues? The first clue is echidna. Not many Pokémon are based on rare animals like the echidna, so it's nice to see a fairly unknown animal get some representation. The second clue is fire, which is a clear reference to the type of the creature. The final clue is Johto. This refers to the second Pokémon in the franchise, which is a neighbor of the Kanto Region. This Pokémon is native there.

41Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Flower. Grass. Happy.

Have you guessed this Pokémon just with these three clues alone? The first clue is flower. This Pokémon is based on a flower and has a fairly adorable appearance to go along with it. The second clue is grass. Because this creature is based on a flower, it makes a lot of sense that it would have the grass type. The final clue is happy. Being a cute little flower, it's even more fitting that this Pokémon would often be depicted as a happy creature.

42Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Pouch. Normal. Baby.

Have you figured out the name of this Pokémon looking at these clues? The first clue is pouch. The defining trait of this creature is that it has a pouch for carrying young similar to that of an actual kangaroo. The second clue is normal, which tells you what type it holds and the types of moves it will have. The final clue is baby. Going hand in hand with the pouch is a baby that almost always lives inside.

43Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Cactus. Dark. Scarecrow.

Can you name the Pokémon with these three clues only? The first clue is cactus. There are plenty of Pokémon based on planets and it was only a matter of time before Game Freak decided to use a cactus as inspiration. The second clue is dark. Believe it or not, this Pokémon has Dark as one of its two types. The final clue is scarecrow. This creature has the appearance of a terrifying scarecrow and can be vicious in battle.

44Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Psychic. Moon. Mossdeep.

Can you guess the identity of this Pokémon with only these three clues? The first clue is psychic. Like a lot of more mysterious Pokémon, this one has the psychic type to give it some interesting and useful attacks. The second clue is moon. This Pokémon has a unique connection to the moon and has an unique appearance as a result. The final clue is Mossdeep. Mossdeep City in the Hoenn Region was home to the gym leaders Liza and Tate, who used this Pokémon.

45Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Chameleon. Tongue. Normal.

Can you name this Pokémon only by looking at these three clues? The first clue is chameleon. This Pokémon is based on a chameleon that can camouflage when it senses danger. The second clue is tongue. Being based on a quirky lizard, this creature can also use its long tongue in battle. The final clue is normal. This Pokémon is a normal type, but what makes it more interesting is that it can change its type on certain occasions thanks to it being a chameleon.

46Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Large. Whale. Water.

There aren't many Pokémon who fit these clues, so it shouldn't be too difficult for you to figure it out. The first clue is large. This Pokémon happens to be one of the largest in the entire series (if not the largest). The second clue is whale. Considering the blue whale is the largest known creature, it makes sense that a Pokémon based on it would be just as big. The final clue is water. Obviously, being a whale, this Pokémon would be a water type.

47Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Ghost. Jewel. Smile.

Have you guessed the identity of this Pokémon based on these clues? The first clue is ghost, which refers to the type of this creature. It also makes it a bit scarier than most Pokémon. The second clue is jewel. This Pokémon has a love for jewels and ends up carrying one around all the time. The final clue is smile. Being a creepy ghost type, this Pokémon has a smile that can easily pierce through your soul and give you nightmares.

48Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Bug. Exoskeleton. Guard.

Have these clues given away this Pokémon's name to you? The first clue is bug. This Pokémon is a bug type, so it has weak but fast attacks and is extremely vulnerable to fire attacks. The second clue is exoskeleton. Where most bug Pokémon are based on actual insects, this one is based on an exoskeleton. The final clue is guard. This Pokémon happens to wonderful at guarding itself from many attacks. It's not easy to deal damage to it.

49Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Pelican. Flying. Juan.

Have these clues made this Pokémon's name obvious to you? The first clue is pelican. This creature is clearly based on a pelican, complete with a massive beak and the tendency to be found near the water. The second clue is flying. Being a bird, this Pokémon is a flying type with the appropriate attacks to go along with it. The final clue is Juan. Juan was the Sootopolis Gym Leader in the Hoenn Region and he had one of these Pokémon.

50Can you name the Pokémon with these clues? Steel. Defense. Hoenn.

Have these clues told you this Pokémon's name? The first clue is steel. A type introduced in the second generation, only the toughest Pokémon are awarded with this typing. The second clue is defense. This Pokémon has one of the highest defense stats in the entire game, allowing it to take even the toughest attacks. The final clue is Hoenn. Hoenn is the third region introduced in the series, and it's where this Pokémon lives. That said, it's difficult to train.

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