# Who's this Pokemon? The last one

Based on Who's this Pokemon? who's this Pokemon, that:

1. Is one of the first b^e Pokemon, where b is something related to a concept that distinguishes people, and e is something related to what every Pokemon Trainer tries to get. If you have watched the Pokemon cartoons, you will know that e didn't make sense for Gary's show-off.
2. Is the same type as of the best Pokemon of a Gym Leader (also in the first b^e Pokemon as above), that tend to make lives of Trainers, like me and you, hard.
3. Is somehow related to Euler!
4. Reminds us of the protagonist in a cartoon movie, where the voice of the sausage dog playing in that movie, reminds us of the voice of the creatures that are always grouped/narrated/talked-about together (x in number), in Shrek's movie. x is equal to the number of evolutions some Pokemon have.

I can give tips for 3, upon request. First answer to solve all 3 clues will be accepted.

• This one was better :) keep going... – ABcDexter Sep 2 '16 at 8:41
• Thanks @ABcDexter! However, I think it received some downvotes as well. The linked question of mine also received some downvotes, so I think I will stop here. :) – gsamaras Sep 2 '16 at 16:28

This is honestly a flimsy guess, but I'm going with

Ursaring, Dex #217

Clue 1

b: "There are two types of people"...
and
e: Our goal in each region is to win 8 badges
So our Pokémon is in the first $2^8 = 256$.

Interestingly, Gary Oak collected 10 gym badges in Kanto.

Clue 2

Anyone who's talked with people about the games will probably have heard many of them complain about Whitney's Miltank. We're dealing with a Normal type.

Clue 3

Euler popularized $\pi$; Ursaring is known by its circle.

Clue 4

Mr. Weenie in Open Season (in which the main protagonist is Boog, a bear) and the 3 pigs in Shrek were voiced by the same actor. Many evolutionary chains have three Pokémon.

• Damn you Will! :) – gsamaras Sep 2 '16 at 0:43
• Wait... how does e == 8 – Avik Mohan Sep 2 '16 at 1:27
• @AvikMohan there are typically 8 gyms in a region, therefore 8 badges and e = 8 – Areeb Sep 2 '16 at 1:31
• Oh e is just a variable. I thought in my brief look at the problem that it was supposed to be like e = 5(th letter of the alphabet) or 2.714.. (Euler's number) haha – Avik Mohan Sep 2 '16 at 1:32
• Also Whitneys Miltank was a piece of ****. It took me forever to beat it – Areeb Sep 2 '16 at 1:38