Pokémon Cards Trivia Quiz – 10 Questions And Answers

Calling all Pokémon trainers and collectors! Get ready to put your knowledge of the Pokémon Trading Card Game to the ultimate test with our Pokémon Cards Trivia Quiz! Whether you’ve been battling with cards since the early days or you’re a newer fan of the Pokémon franchise, this quiz will challenge your expertise and take you on a nostalgic journey through the world of Pokémon cards.

In this quiz, we’ll present you with 10 exciting questions about Pokémon cards, covering a wide range of topics. From the iconic original base set to the latest expansions, we’ll explore the different generations, rare cards, powerful Pokémon, and even some lesser-known facts that will put your knowledge to the test.

So, dust off your deck, prepare your favorite Pokémon for battle, and let the Pokémon Cards Trivia Quiz transport you to a world filled with excitement, strategy, and the timeless charm of Pokémon. Will you prove yourself to be a true Pokémon master, or will you encounter a few surprises along the way?

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  1. What was the first Pokémon card ever printed?
    • Squirtle
    • Bulbasaur
    • Pikachu
    • Charmander
    The correct answer is Bulbasaur.
    Although Pikachu is the mascot of the Pokémon franchise, Bulbasaur was the first Pokémon card ever printed due to its National Pokédex number being #001.
  2. What is the rarest Pokémon card in existence?
    • Shadowless Venusaur
    • Tropical Mega Battle
    • Pikachu Illustrator
    • Charizard 1st Edition
    The correct answer is Pikachu Illustrator.
    The Pikachu Illustrator card was a prize for a Pokémon art contest held in Japan in 1998. Only 39 copies were ever made, making it the rarest Pokémon card in existence.
  3. How many cards are in a standard Pokémon booster pack?
    • 15
    • 10
    • 8
    • 12
    The correct answer is 10.
    A standard Pokémon booster pack contains 10 cards, including a guaranteed reverse holo card and a rare card.
  4. Which of these Pokémon cards has the highest HP?
    • Wailord V
    • Eternatus VMAX
    • Charizard VMAX
    • Snorlax VMAX
    The correct answer is Wailord V.
    Wailord V has the highest HP among these cards with 280 HP, while Snorlax VMAX and Charizard VMAX both have 340 HP, and Eternatus VMAX has 340 HP.

  1. What is the purpose of Trainer cards in the Pokémon TCG?
    • To heal Pokémon
    • To evolve Pokémon
    • To attack opponent’s Pokémon
    • To support Pokémon and affect gameplay
    The correct answer is to support Pokémon and affect gameplay.
    Trainer cards can provide various effects, such as drawing cards, searching for specific cards, or affecting the gameplay in some way.
  2. What type of card is used to evolve a Pokémon in the Pokémon TCG?
    • Basic
    • Energy
    • Stage 1 or Stage 2
    • Trainer
    The correct answer is Stage 1 or Stage 2.
    To evolve a Pokémon, you need to play a Stage 1 or Stage 2 card on top of the corresponding Basic Pokémon card.
  3. What is the maximum number of cards allowed in a Pokémon TCG deck?
    • 40
    • 70
    • 60
    • 50
    The correct answer is 60.
    A Pokémon TCG deck must contain exactly 60 cards, including Pokémon, Trainer, and Energy cards.
  4. Which Pokémon card set introduced the Pokémon-GX mechanic?
    • XY Evolutions
    • Sword & Shield
    • XY BREAKpoint
    • Sun & Moon
    The correct answer is Sun & Moon.
    The Sun & Moon set introduced the Pokémon-GX mechanic, which features powerful Pokémon with high HP and strong attacks but awards the opponent more Prize cards when defeated.
  5. What is the purpose of Energy cards in the Pokémon TCG?
    • To evolve Pokémon
    • To draw more cards
    • To heal Pokémon
    • To power Pokémon’s attacks
    The correct answer is to power Pokémon’s attacks.
    Energy cards are attached to Pokémon to provide the necessary resources to use their attacks.
  6. Which of these cards is not a type of Trainer card in the Pokémon TCG?
    • Item
    • Ability
    • Supporter
    • Stadium
    The correct answer is Ability.
    Ability is not a type of Trainer card. It is a special effect that some Pokémon cards have. The three main types of Trainer cards are Item, Supporter, and Stadium.
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