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I had no idea how much information to give for this puzzle, so I decided to start with none! I'll add hints if enough time passes / people are looking for direction.

grid of Pokemon

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  • $\begingroup$ This gives me "Connect Wall" vibes $\endgroup$ Sep 30, 2021 at 17:58
  • $\begingroup$ @Taco タコス might wanna update the interactive grid you made, a few of the images are broken $\endgroup$ Dec 18, 2021 at 7:58
  • $\begingroup$ @Quark-epoch unfortunately, those have been broken for a while; it's an issue with the API they're loaded from. $\endgroup$ Dec 18, 2021 at 21:53
  • $\begingroup$ @Tacoタコス oh, that's a pity, its great nevertheless. :) $\endgroup$ Dec 19, 2021 at 5:02

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Currently identifying every pokemon in the grid for all our puzzling friends who haven't memorized all the names, because there are a bunch listed here:

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Blipbug Azumarill Dracozolt Noctowl Pineco Abra Doublade Mudsdale Diggersby Espurr Shroomish Vulpix
Chimecho Vibrava Centiskorch Ferrothorn Machop Obstagoon Galarian Meowth Alcremie Qwilfish Shedinja Heatran Torkoal
Gardevoir Exeggutor Cresselia Decidueye Herdier Regirock Lairon Bibarel Gogoat Eevee Stantler Sentret
Natu Hoppip Bulbasaur Porygon Joltik Trash Wormadam Galarian Rapidash Morgrem Spring Deerling Amoonguss Dialga Milotic
Galarian Stunfisk Volcarona Zweilous Octillery Cherrim Combusken Comfey Shuckle Blacephalon Alolan Muk Simisear Haxorus
Mienfoo Dracovish Decidueye Dwebble Roggenrola Oddish Tyrantrum Audino Quagsire Chingling Yanma Sylveon
Volbeat Klinklang Pyroar Cubone Nosepass Graveler Staravia Shiftry Registeel Crawdaunt Mareep Wartortle
Spearow Poochyena Timburr Mankey Glameow Zoroark Snorunt Donphan Pupitar Slurpuff Woobat Flaaffy
Drilbur Farfetch'd Marshadow Relicanth Floatzel Weedle Skarmory Armaldo Pidgeot Nihilego Raichu Mimikyu
Escavalier Dugtrio Durant Golisopod Dodrio Silvally Misdreavus Stakataka Kubfu Teddiursa Thievul Whirlipede
Trevenant Magearna Meltan Arcanine Galarian Weezing Carbink Togedemaru Kabutops Pumpkaboo Sandygast Rhyperior Dragalge
Yungoos Volcanion Hitmonchan Raboot Tauros Buneary Mamoswine Hariyama Staryu Tranquill Binacle Infernape

Potentially useful information about these pokemon could be:

  • What type(s) they are
  • Whether they are legendary/mythical
  • Whether they have a Galarian form
  • Whether they have an Alolan form
  • What region they originate in
  • What game they were introduced in
  • What their Pokedex number is
  • What their name starts with
  • Whether they are a first, second, or third evolution (or something more complicated than that)
  • Whether they can Mega Evolve
  • Whether they have a special Dynamax form
  • Catch rarity
  • Egg group

Interactive Puzzle

@Taco タコス has built an interactive version of the puzzle containing the following information:

  • Sprites
  • Names (As Given)
  • Types
  • Pokédex Number
  • First letter of the Pokémon's name.

Type Legend

Screenshot of the type legend.

Tile

Screenshot of a tile.

Here is a current screenshot with all of this information presented visually (clicking it will open it full size in a new tab or window for improved readability):

Screenshot of the puzzle grid with updated sprites, type information, first letter of the Pokémon's name, and their Pokédex number.

Additionally, hovering over a tile will provide a tool tip with the Pokemon's puzzle name:

Screenshot of the grid.

Upcoming Features

Along with additional information that's being added in the form of a modal, there are a few features in development currently, feel free to join us in Taco's StackExchange chat room to provide feedback or collaborate. The current list of upcoming features is:

  • Type Matching (Highlight tiles with matching types on hover)

This interactive puzzle is still in active development and as such, this post will be updated as new features are added. You can view the source code for the interactive puzzle on Taco's GitHub.

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  • $\begingroup$ Thanks for the big table! Also, you forgot to mention the arguably most important thing about Pokemon: "What type(s) they are" $\endgroup$
    – justhalf
    Sep 30, 2021 at 9:02
  • $\begingroup$ D'oh! Thank you so much! $\endgroup$
    – Avi
    Sep 30, 2021 at 9:04
  • $\begingroup$ No worries. Granted, I only played up to Gen 3 or 4 I think, where the types are the unique thing. Most of the other categorizations you mention I am not familiar with, haha $\endgroup$
    – justhalf
    Sep 30, 2021 at 9:06

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