This silhouette of a Bug type Pokemon has popped up, and it's your job to guess its name.
Taking a meta angle for a second, this also proved to be one of the moments in which the anime was wholly aware of the original in-game battle mechanics. Except this time, the tide has pulled us in rather deep, and it looks like getting back to shore will be a bit of a hassle.
So, with that in mind, what's this Pokemon's name? Of course, if face with a strong Fire, Psychic, Ice or Flying type, things will be over quickly.
At any rate, real Pokemon trainers will get this one right without breaking a leg. If you happen to disagree judging only by the silhouette, then do yourself a favor and Google this Pokemon after the quiz is done. It's time to get crazy - squid style - with this giant delicacy from the sea.
After this long Pokemon journey, you've finally made it here - the last challenge of our Elite Four, of sorts. Despite this Pokemon only being the middle part of a fighting type evolutionary chain in the original games, he possesses an insane amount of power in his own right, enough to demolish foes that don't resist its moves.
Venustoise Ivysaur Bulbasaur Chikorita. Well, can you? In any case, since you've made it this far, let's keep up the good momentum - name this Safari Zone classic from Pokemon Red, and we'll soldier on.
We give a lot of praise to the Pokemon anime base solely on the attention it gave to the finer details. Harden isn't the only move it learns - it also has access to Tackle!
Here is another Pokemon that's related to one of the three offered to you by Professor Oak as starters. Now that you have that in mind, let's see if you can pick this Pokemon's name without fully seeing it. Machoke Machamp Machop Tyrogue. Pidgeotto Pidgey Pidgeot Spearow.
Flareon Jolteon Vaporeon Electrode.