Who's That Pokémon? (Gen 1)

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Can you name the Generation I Pokémon, given a trivia question about each one?

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Despite it appearing to be light blue or blue-gray, its FireRed Pokédex entry claims it has black skin.
This Pokémon's name ends in four consonants. (Remember, 'y' can be a vowel!)
This Pokémon is the smallest Eeveelution in both height and weight.
This Pokémon is one of the two Pokémon to be necessary for another Pokémon's evolution in the anime.
Its German, French, and Korean names are Entoron, Akwakwak, and Goldeok, respectively.
This Pokémon contains 'EOD' somewhere in its name.
This Pokémon is the last Pokémon to start with N in the first generation (in the National Dex).
In Pokémon Ranger, this Pokémon has the 'Flash' field move.
This Pokémon was originally the first Pokémon in alphabetical order.
This is the first Pokémon in the National Dex to be able to evolve into more than one other Pokémon.
This Pokémon is the first Pokémon in the National Dex to start with the letter L, is known as 'Excelangue' in French, and is arguably the most forgotten of the Gen I Pokémon.
This Pokémon and its pre-evolution can learn Crabhammer by level-up.
The main subject of a lawsuit to Nintendo from magician Uri Geller was this Pokémon, and its Japanese name, 'Yungerer'.
Other than Diglett, this Pokémon is the only one that can be captured in Diglett's Cave.
This Pokémon contains 'OKI' somewhere in its name.
This Pokémon appears in the title of the only episode of the anime to take place in HopHopHop Town.
This Pokémon's catch rate was changed. (once 90, now 127)
This Pokemon is the first in National Dex order to evolve by trading with a held item.
This is the first Pokémon in the National Dex to have a non-alphabetical character in its name.
This Pokémon is the only Fighting-Type starter in the Mystery Dungeon series.
This male-only species is displayed as genderless in battles because of its unique name. If nicknamed, its gender will be displayed normally.
This remains the only Rock/Flying type Pokémon in any game so far.
This Pokémon is the last to be introduced in the original Pokérap.
This Pokémon is closely associated with Nurse Joy.
Misty captured this Pokémon in 'Tentacool and Tentacruel'.
This Pokémon and its evolution (not its third stage) were the only Pokémon to change their type combination.
This Pokémon evolves into the only Generation 2 Dragon-Type Pokémon.
This prehistoric Pokémon is the only one which has been given an adequate reason for extinction.
This Pokémon contains 'INB' in its name.
This Pokémon is the first Poison-type in the National Dex
This Pokémon is the first Dragon-type in National Dex order.
This Pokémon is the most commonly used Pokémon by in-game trainers.
This Pokémon was originally going to be named 'Orphon' (and be related to Kangaskhan).
This Pokémon is famous for its explosions.
Ash was attacked by a large group of this Pokémon in 'Pokémon, I Choose You!'.
This Pokémon is known as the Poison Pin Pokémon, and ends with the letter O.
This legendary Pokémon appears in four different locations (in the video game series).
This Pokémon shares its name with a Powerpuff Girls villain.
This Pokémon is the first in the anime to be shown to be capable of speaking a human language.
This Pokémon is the largest Eeveelution in both height and weight.
This is the first Ground-type Pokémon in the National Dex.
This Pokémon is the most frequent Pokémon to appear in media outside video games.
This Pokémon is known as the 'Humanshape Pokémon' in the Pokédex
This Pokémon was going to be named 'La', representing the pollution around Los Angeles. Its pre-evolution was going to be named 'Ny' (New York City).
This Pokémon is known as the 'Genetic Pokémon' in the Pokédex.
This Pokémon has an attack in the Trading Card Game called 'Do The Wave'
This Pokémon is named after a type of short story and a musical indicator of octaves and pitches.
This Pokémon is the largest non-Ice-type to gain the Ice-type when it evolves.
This Pokémon is described by the following Red/Blue Pokédex entry: 'A bird that makes up for its poor flying with its fast foot speed. Leaves giant footprints.'
Giovanni may have the shiny version of this Pokémon, judging by the pink color of its insides of its ears.
This Pokémon is Grass/Poison type, has evolved once, can evolve again, and does not require an evolution stone to evolve.
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This Pokémon is the lightest that may have been inspired by Whac-a-Mole's artificial moles.
This Pokémon's original name was 'Flame'.
This was Lt. Surge's only Pokémon in Pokémon Yellow.
This Pokémon is said twice in Weird Al Yankovic's Polkamon.
This Pokémon was the only one to be used in Pokémon Red/Blue by a Gym Leader who did not include either of its types in his or her gym specialty.
This legendary Pokémon can be captured with only three Gym Badges.
This Pokémon was originally planned to have the name 'Skullkraken'.
This Pokémon is the first to appear live in the anime (excluding the theme): all that had appeared before it were on TV screens or in dreams.
This Pokémon contains 'EAP' in its name.
Because Pokémon names are limited to ten characters, this Pokémon ends with a single L (instead of two, as planned).
This Pokémon can learn Twineedle.
This Pokémon bears a strong resemblance to Scyther, especially in its bright green shiny form.
If this Pokémon kept its prototype name, it would be the only Pokémon to share its name with a move.
This Pokémon is tied with Porygon-Z for the highest Special Attack stat of any non-legendary Pokémon.
This Pokémon was named after a Mongol leader.
This Pokémon has been playable in every Super Smash Bros. game so far, and is not Pikachu.
When revisiting Gyms in SoulSilver and HeartGold, this Pokémon is the highest leveled party member of both Blue and Falkner.
This Pokémon is the fastest Water-type Pokémon.
This Pokémon has 'WG' somewhere in its name.
This Pokémon is the only Pokémon to have no eyes which also gains a pair of eyes when it evolves.
This Pokémon is the only Pokémon in Gen I that is a palindrome (e.g. Ho-oh or Girafarig).
This Pokémon and one of its evolutions are the lightest Pokémon in existence.
The glitch Pokémon LM4 evolves into this Pokémon and then Nidoking.
This Pokémon is man-made, and loses weight upon evolving.
This Pokémon is the only Bug-type Pokémon in a middle evolutionary stage to have a second type.
This Pokémon is also known as the 'Gangster of the Sea'.
This Pokémon's original name was 'Kung-Foo', evolving from Kara-Tee and evolving into Ju-Doh.
When Heracross was revealed, many suspected that it was related by evolution to this Pokémon.
This Pokémon is #151 in the National Dex.
This is the first Pokémon in the National Dex to share a species name with Infernape.
This Pokémon is number 123 in the National Dex.
This Pokémon, along with Mew, has the shortest name.
This Pokémon is the largest Pokémon that can legally hatch from an Egg.
The Pokémon episode 'Fly Me To The Moon' featured one of these Pokémon, named Orville.
This Pokémon may be considered a counterpart to Electabuzz (because of how evolutions are triggered and also because of their closeness in the Pokédex).
Ash and Misty have both owned this Pokémon in the anime.
This Pokémon is a female-only species, and only shares its type combination with its male counterpart.
This Pokémon's name means 'helmet' in Japanese.
This Pokémon ends with B.
This Pokémon has the highest Scrabble value of any Gen I Pokémon.
This Pokémon's prototype name was 'Specter'.
In the manga 'The Electric Tale Of Pikachu', this was the first Pokémon Ash captured (excluding Pikachu).
This Pokémon has the highest base stat total of all non-legendary Flying-types.
This Pokémon is supposedly composed of three of its pre-evolution, despite the fact that it is 10 times heavier.
Until Generation 3, this was the heaviest Pokémon.
This Pokémon contains 'INA' somewhere in its name.
This Pokémon, along with Exeggcute, is mentioned to have the capability of de-evolving in the games. De-evolution is not mentioned elsewhere.
Tied with Breloom, this Pokémon has the highest attack of all Fighting-Types.
This Pokémon has the same height and weight as Tropius, and shares a type with Tropius as well.
This Pokémon can be traded for Tangela at Cinnabar Island in Pokémon Red/Blue
This Pokémon is the first Pokémon in the National Dex to start with M.
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This Pokémon is the first to begin with the letter T.
This Pokémon is the first Pokémon to appear in an unusual color in the anime (e.g. shiny).
This Pokémon had stolen Ash's hat in the episode 'Primeape Goes Bananas'.
Despite the fact that Shellder triggers its evolution, its in-game evolution has nothing to do with Shellder.
This Pokémon evolves at the highest level required for any evolution.
This is the first Pokémon in the National Dex to be named after a person.
Along with Gastly, this Pokémon does not change weight when it evolves.
This Pokémon is known as the 'Legendary Pokémon' by the Pokédex.
This Pokémon was originally only capturable by trading, but in Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum it can be captured using the dual-slot method.
This is the first Pokémon in the National Dex to have the species name 'Shellfish Pokémon'
This Pokémon, when translated to Japanese, shares its name with a famous mathematician.
This Pokémon is the first Pokémon to appear in the Super Smash Bros. Melee stage 'Poké Floats'.
This Pokémon is the first in the National Dex to gain a new evolution in a later generation.
After capturing this Pokémon, Ash realized only six Pokémon could be used in one party.
Originally, this Pokémon had the same cry as Charizard.
A tower in Violet City is dedicated to this Pokémon.
This Pokémon has the highest base Defense stat of any Generation 1 Pokémon.
Many computers would spell-check this Pokémon's name, then suggest it be changed to 'Nonchalant'.
This Pokémon was featured in the Pokémon Stadium minigame 'Snore War'.
This Pokémon runs a training dojo in the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series.
This Pokémon is the first Pokémon in the National dex to be able to have a 5x weakness (due to its ability)
This Pokémon is Water/Fighting type.
This Pokémon requires the most loops to be captured in Pokémon Ranger.
This Pokémon is not legendary, Fire-type, and has a weakness to Electric-type attacks.
This Pokémon has a number in the National Dex equal to the square root of the number of Kadabra in the National Dex.
This Pokémon has all but the first and last letter in its name in common with a pure Poison-type from Hoenn.
This Pokémon stars in the e-Reader application 'Sweet Scent'.
This Pokémon contains 'AVE' somewhere in its name.
This is the only Pokémon as of HeartGold and SoulSilver to have a scientific name.
This Pokémon is #47 in the National Dex.
This Pokémon can be directly revived from the Helix Fossil.
Ash Ketchum has captured more of this Pokémon species than any other Pokémon.
This is the first single-type Pokémon in the National Dex.
In Pokémon Red and Blue, this Pokémon was the only one that couldn't even be seen without trading.
This Pokémon is the highest leveled non-glitch Pokémon to appear in any game.
This is the only Generation 1 Pokémon which did not appear in the anime during the first season (including movies and banned episodes).
This is the starter Pokémon in Pokémon Rumble.
This Pokémon shares its species name with Chansey.
This Pokémon is the first Pokémon in the National Dex to be able to have foreign Pokédex entries in Diamond or Pearl.
Many glitch Pokémon will change to this Pokémon when caught for the first time. It may have been the first Pokémon created.
This Pokémon has the highest Special Attack of all Grass-types.
Various Pokédex entries for this Pokémon state that it is able to jump over Ayers Rock and the Eiffel Tower.
This Pokémon is referred to by the following Pokédex entry: 'It flies over its wide territory in search of prey, downing it with its highly developed claws.'
This Pokémon evolves when it levels up while it knows AncientPower.
Even though this Pokémon is known as the 'Hairy Bug' Pokémon, none of its sprites show any hair on it at all.
This Pokémon was the first Pokémon that evolved in the anime.
In Super Smash Bros., this Pokémon infamously does nothing to affect the battle when released from a Poké Ball.
This is the only fully evolved Fire-type Pokémon which cannot learn Solarbeam.
This is the favorite Pokémon of the Kanto Pokémon Fan Club President (Fire Red/LeafGreen).

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