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Who's That Pokemon?
"Can you name all the Pokemon? Well here are 10 different Pokemon, and I will give you hints, so you can have an idea of which Pokemon it is. See how well you know about the Pokemon. Good luck! "
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
This Pokemon has a flame on its tail, and if it goes out, it won't survive. It is orange and is known as a lizard Pokemon. It is a fire type. Who's that Pokemon?
This Pokemon is a dark and ice type. It is red, black and is at the second (final) stage of evolution. It has long sharp claws and is seen in the movie "Lucario and the Mystery of Mew". Who's that Pokemon?
This Pokemon is a water type. It is the biggest Pokemon in the Pokemon world. It is at its final stage of evolution. Who's that Pokemon?
This was Ash's first Pokemon, and it always sits on his shoulder. It is an electric type, and known as an electric mouse Pokemon. Who's that Pokemon?
This Pokemon is a water type. It is at its first stage of evolution, and it comes from the Sinnoh region. It resembles a tiny penguin. Who's that Pokemon?
This Pokemon controls time, and has an enemy it should never meet. It was in a couple of "Pokemon" movies, but was first seen in "The Rise of Darkrai". It is a legendary Pokemon.
This Pokemon is found in the Johto region. It is black and at its first stage of evolution. It is a dark, flying type and it is a bird. Who's that Pokemon?
This Pokemon is a ghost and electric type. If you have played the games Diamond, Pearl or Platinum, you can find this Pokemon in the old mansion, at night hiding in the TV screen. It can change its form into five different things. Who's that Pokemon?
This Pokemon is a grass and poison type. It is a starter Pokemon in the Kanto region. Who's that Pokemon?
This Pokemon is an electric and flying type. It is legendary, and one of the keys to awaken Lugia. It was seen in the movie "Pokemon 2000".
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