20 Questions: Pokemon Style
Is it evolved?
Can it evolve further?
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What do you mean by non-neutral matchup?
Is it evolved?
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Non-neutral matchup: presumably, if the types that the mon has were pitted against each other, one would super-effect, not affect, or be not very effective against the other. Examples: Fight/Dark, Dark/Psychic, Steel/Poison.
This often catches me out, too, but Xander the Crocoal is female.
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1. It is a Pokemon
2. It was introduced in an odd-numbered generation.
3. It is dual-typed.
4. The types have a non-neutral matchup with each other.
5. It is evolved.
6. It can evolve further.
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Was it introduced in Generation I?
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1. It is a Pokemon
2. It was introduced in an odd-numbered generation.
3. It is dual-typed.
4. The types have a non-neutral matchup with each other.
5. It is evolved.
6. It can evolve further.
7. It was not introduced in Generation I.
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Does its name have exactly six letters in it?
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1. It is a Pokemon
2. It was introduced in an odd-numbered generation.
3. It is dual-typed.
4. The types have a non-neutral matchup with each other.
5. It is evolved.
6. It can evolve further.
7. It was not introduced in Generation I.
8. It's name doesn't have exactly 6 letters.
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Is one of its types Poison?
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1. It is a Pokemon
2. It was introduced in an odd-numbered generation.
3. It is dual-typed.
4. The types have a non-neutral matchup with each other.
5. It is evolved.
6. It can evolve further.
7. It was not introduced in Generation I.
8. It's name doesn't have exactly 6 letters.
9. One of its types is Poison.
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Is it Whirlipede?
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1. It is a Pokemon
2. It was introduced in an odd-numbered generation.
3. It is dual-typed.
4. The types have a non-neutral matchup with each other.
5. It is evolved.
6. It can evolve further.
7. It was not introduced in Generation I.
8. It's name doesn't have exactly 6 letters.
9. One of its types is Poison.
10. It is not Whirlipede.
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Then it must be Roselia?
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Yup. Go ahead
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OK, I've got something in mind. Fire away.
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Rebooting this. I've got a Pokémon in mind.

Go!
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Is it a normal type?
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Is it a quadruped?
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Is it a single-stage pokemon?
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1. Is it a normal type? Nope!
2. Is it a quadruped? Nope!
3. Is it a single-stage pokemon? Nope!
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