In this quiz, we will deal with psychics, including Mew, Abra, Grumpig,. Psychic-type Pokémon can be quite powerful, they can help you achieve everything you want in the game, but it's not easy to choose the right one. So why not use your MBTI to find the ideal partner? Your MBTI is a deeper exploration of yourself. It tells you more than just your personality like typical tests, it can explore your strengths, weaknesses and even your relationship with others.
That's why it's an ideal way to find the perfect psychic Pokémon. The main feature that allows Mewtwo to be the perfect match is the jack of all trades. Being such a powerful Pokémon, this couple can do anything they set their mind to the way they feel. With Mewtwo by your side, you have to keep an open mind as usual, which will allow both INTJ and Mewtwo to seamlessly analyze each situation and usually come out winning.
This adorable Pokémon is just what ENTJs are looking for. Because ENTJs are so efficient, they are often considered cold and intolerant, so having a partner like Reuniclus can easily balance that negative outlook. With this Pokémon by your side, it can bring out your energetic and purposeful personality, making you and Reuniclus a force to be reckoned with. Both Hatterene and ENTP take pride in combat knowledge.
Whether they want to catch them all or win every battle, they will use their brains instead of strength every time. That's why Hatterene is so perfect. Hatterene is a wonderful Pokémon that can easily adapt to any quick idea you might have and, at the same time, be able to take a good punch. This beautiful and elegant Pokémon is an ideal companion to INFJs for more reasons than its power.
INFJs are passionate and determined, so much so that they often inspire others around them to achieve, yet because they are the inspiration, no one leads INFJs. This is where Cresselia comes in to help you pick you up when you're depressed. let it be the inspiring and passionate Pokémon you need it to be. Easily the most loved psychic Pokémon and possibly the leader too, Mew can work extremely well with any ENFJ.
ENFPs are curious, curious and incredibly observant. That's why a Pokémon like Medicham is so perfect. That's why you need a Pokémon like Wobbuffet to show people that you're not obsessed with doing things by the rules, but that you're having a little fun. With Wobbuffet by your side, we guarantee you'll enjoy.
That's why it's so important to have a Pokémon as cold as Meditite to make sure no one tries to change you. Instead, they try to push you forward. Espeon is a much-loved Pokémon that is the evolution of one of the most popular Pokémon in the game. However, unlike Eevee, Espeon is a little calmer and more dedicated, but just as excitable and honest.
Having a Pokémon that has the same personality as you makes working with it easier, but with Espeon by your side, you can also use that dedication and push each other to be better. It is a friendly and warm Pokémon that easily fits into the ESFJ category. Mostly by having a sincere sense of duty to protect and save anyone who needs help. This powerful Pokémon can take you back to earth when you get too excited, while conserving that energy and storing it for the toughest battles.
When it comes to difficult challenges, Lugia is an easy solution. One of the main characteristics of being an ISFP is unpredictability and independence. Now nothing screams more unpredictability than a Pokémon that won't be easily caught. This intimidating Pokémon can't be handled by just anyone.
You need someone who can control it and who works well. That's why it's the perfect companion for any ESTP. ESFPs are bold, observant, and have excellent people skills. However, they can get bored relatively easily and are quite out of focus.
Therefore, they need a Pokémon that will keep them alert and that they are as observant as they are. This is where Kirlia comes in. This Pokémon is kind, attentive and observant, but it can take a big blow on the battlefield, which means that no battle is boring. In any case, regardless of what kind of coach you say you are, we're here to find out for sure.
There is a harsh Pokémon science behind this quiz, you can be sure of that. If you manage to pass it, you're one step closer to being a real pokemaniac. If not, then you have some homework to do, and you may need to find a psychic-type Pokémon to help you with that. With his Psychic and Dragon writing, not to mention his levitating ability that allows him to dodge ground attacks, this legendary 'mon' is one of the most tank-like offensive threats in the game.
The Psychic Pokémon may not be very strong, but his determination gives him a strong endurance, which matches the statistics of a Sagittarius. This Psychic and Water type Pokémon may be relatively small in size, but make no mistake: what it lacks in stature, it more than makes up for with its telekinetic and aquatic powers. As we mentioned, a balanced team formation is the most reliable thing in competitive play, and this Psychic and Ground type Pokémon has been a key defensive pivot for several generations. Psychic Pokémon are just one of those types, and with each new generation, like the new generation that comes with Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, comes even more Pokémon of each type.
This Psychic and Fighting-type Pokémon is shown here in a pseudo crane stance, undoubtedly preparing for a devastating attack on any Pokémon that has the misfortune of facing it. This type of Psychic is one of the most powerful Pokémon of all, not to mention one of the most iconic. It was often seen in one of the two Pokémon, Spectrier or Glastrier, and it is one of the best psychic dual-type Pokémon. This psychic-type giant may not seem like a threat due to its negligible speed stat, but don't let that put you off.
He is undoubtedly ready to launch a psychic attack, boosted to a tremendous power in the Psychic Terrain that he summons as he enters combat. Derived from Mew, Mewtwo shared his psychic abilities and was even able to communicate telepathically with humans. In addition to the fiery fury made available by its Fire typing, this Pokémon has the secondary benefit of being a Psychic type, allowing it to take advantage of a variety of new tricks in battle. Any Psychic or Dragon-type attack that comes out of their tremendous special stat will surely leave a mark, especially if the attack is a Draco Meteor.