How much do you know about Pokemon?

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10 Questions - Developed by: Jose Lopez - Developed on: - 39.070 taken - User Rating: 3.29 of 5.0 - 14 Votes

If you are like me, you are a big Pokemon fan and you will do a lot a research to know it all. This test will show how much do you know.

  • 1
    What is the rarest Pokemon?
  • 2
    Who is the biggest Pokemon fan?
    Nomoko Mirayama
    Tamashii Hiroka
  • 3
    Who is Ash's partner?
  • 4
    What was the first Pokemon game?
    Pokemon Gold/Silver version
    Pokemon yellow version
    Pokemon Red/Blue version
  • 5
    What is the hardest non-legendary Pokemon to get?
  • 6
    Where is team Rocket from?
    Kanto region
    Unova Region
    Kalos Region
  • 7
    What is the name of the first professor?
  • 8
    How many Pokemon types are there?
  • 9
    How many copies of Pokemon Red, Blue, and Green version were sold?
    25.67 billion
    13.87 trillion
    23.94 million
    10 (I would feel sorry for whoever chose this one): P
    900 thousand
  • 10
    How many gym badges do you need to face the Elite Four?

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aayush ( 1.150 )
Posted 30 days ago
i got 10/10 i am the true pokemon master
Bobbytron300 ( 26.44 )
Posted 90 days ago
I really like the concept of pokemon and it's a well developed quiz!!!!
pkmn lover ( 46.37 )
Posted 169 days ago
ok I am a huge pok'emon fan because I took 4 quizzes one of them sayed 3/10 another one sayed 10/10 number 3 sayed 6/10 last but not leased this quiz 8/10 SO I AM A HUGE POKEMON FAN SO :D :D (one of my friends says I'm adickted to pokemon)
Pokemon fan ( 173.5 )
Posted 203 days ago
WUT!!!!!????!!!!???? MY ANSWER WAS CORRECT IM THE BIGGEST POKEMON FAN!!!!! No offense tho.....
Shadow ( 133.5 )
Posted 219 days ago
Actually the original Pokemon games were Red and Green, blue was the third of the three to be made, while in american and everywhere else outside Japan got red and blue.
Jennifer ( 5.230 )
Posted 223 days ago
I got all of them correct
Fwuffy ( 6.238 )
Posted 241 days ago
1, 2, and 5 are opinionated. Personally, I had more pain getting Pelipper than Miloltic.
Grace ( 5.133 )
Posted 261 days ago
*cough cough satoshi tajiri was the biggest pokemon fan,he created it you noob cough cough* also i know some people have already said it but No# 9 is broken and rarest pokemon? pokemon red and blue,chansey
Hex Maniac Zorusara ( 58.16 )
Posted 303 days ago
Most of those questions were opinionated, for m the hardest pokemon to get was purrugly, and it's kind of hard to judge how much a fan of pokemon is.
BlazeTheGallade ( 3.171 )
Posted 310 days ago
The ninth wasn't fair. I chose the right answer then it said it was wrong and showed the exact one I picked!
♡Jirachi♡ ( 86.46 )
Posted 316 days ago
With the first question, it changes overtime.
Magyk ( 4.245 )
Posted 318 days ago
I think I'm a bigger fan than TamshiiHiroka. Also, any of the event pokemon are the rarest, and Spiritomb is the hardest non-legendary Pokemon to get
Youngster Aidan ( 36.74 )
Posted 329 days ago
Ok the second one isn't fair, I am a huge fan of Pokemon, so are others, they and I all believe we are the biggest Pokemon fan, and we are all right. I rather lose both legs than stop playing Pokemon.
Pokemon Anon. ( 1.135 )
Posted 329 days ago
OMG, Pokémon Red and Blue weren't the first games! Red and Green were, they were made in Japan, then Blue and Red came to America >=(< br />Also the question of what is the rarest pokemon was unclear, if you mean the games you are wrong! Mew, Arceus, Jirachi, and Darkrai are all Mythical Pokémon that don't occur naturally in ANY of the RPG games!!!!
TGVoid ( 3.249 )
Posted 338 days ago
The first games were NOT FireRed and LeafGreen, and they weren't sold in 1996. They were sold after 2003. Red and Green were the first in Japan, but the rest of the world got Red and Blue.
Renzo Ramirez ( 24.98 )
Posted 342 days ago
Actually, the first pokemon games were FireRed and LeafGreen sold in Japan in 1996