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Pokémon Pop Quiz 3: Brain Busters

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Pokémon Pop Quiz 3: Brain Busters
ISBN: 0439429927
Published: 2002
Publisher: Scholastic
Author: Tracey West
Preceded By: Pokémon Pop Quiz 2: The Johto Journeys
Succeeded By: N/A

Pokémon Pop Quiz 3: Brain Busters by Tracey West is the final book in the Pokémon Pop Quiz series. It was published by Scholastic.


Are you Game?

Then let the fun begin! It's time to show off your Pokémon smarts -- and have loads of fun doing it. Inside this book you'll find all the coolest Pokémon games and activities.

You can
Unravel secret codes...
Solve riddles...
Find your way through mazes...
And test your memory skills.

All these awesome challenges and much more can be found in this jam-packed, gotta-have book.

Play 'em all!



  • On page 21, question 3 erroneously states that since Smoochum is an Ice type Pokémon that it has an advantage over Azumarill, a Water type despite neither type being super effective against each other. Question 6 on the next page also erroneously states that Hoothoot, a Flying type can defeat Phanpy, a Ground type despite neither being super effective against the other.
  • On page 38-39, and 71; while Ash was correct in stating Igglybuff is not a Fire type, it can learn several fire type moves meaning Team Rocket may have been telling the truth in saying Igglybuff used Flamethrower against them.
  • On page 41, it is erroneously stated that Onix, a Rock type can beat Grimer, a Poison type with rock type moves. This should state that Onix can use ground type moves to beat Grimer.

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