If Pokémon: Scarlet & Violet players would rather get the easy Exp. Candies than study, they can use this cheat sheet for the Art midterms and finals.
Pokémon Scarlet and Violet have added a wide range of new mechanics to the franchise’s ninth main title. One of those mechanics includes enrollment in a Pokémon Academy where players can learn about the game’s world in a variety of classes. One of these classes, surprisingly, includes Art. If players would rather get the easy Exp. Candies than study, they can use this cheat sheet for the Art midterms and finals.
Mr. Hassel’s Art classes involve discussions on the beauty of the world and the aesthetics of Pokémon. Some of his topics include the Tera Types of Pokémon Scarlet and Violet and snowflakes. The Art midterm unlocks after beating three gyms and attending three classes, rewarding five Exp. Candies S. The final unlocks after six gyms and six classes, giving successful students five Exp. Candies M. The more important questions revolve around Tera Types.
Pokémon Scarlet & Violet Art Midterm Answers
In order for players to pass the midterm, they must answer three questions correctly out of five. Three of the questions on the midterm involve Tera Types and require some Pokémon knowledge, while the other two can be guessed based on common sense. Each question is multiple choice and discusses content from the first three classes; The Essential Nonessential, The Beauty of a Crystalline Bouquet, and Crystals of Snow.
“What is the name of the gemstone that glows over a Pokémon’s head when it Terastallizes?”
“When the answer to question 1 is in the shape of flowers, what type does it represent?”
“What shape are most snowflakes classified as?”
“Where is the eatery that allows you to change a Tera Type?”
“What makes something beautiful?”
There is no correct answer
Art Final in Pokémon Scarlet & Violet
Like other finals, Mr. Hassel’s Art final requires four out of five correct at least in order to pass. This test focuses on the last three classes; The Verdant Virtuoso, The Ten Sights of Paldea, and Ribbons & Marks. Two of the five questions involve material only discussed in class, while others can be discovered as players explore one of the three storylines in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet.
“What is the name of the restaurant where you can change a Pokémon’s Tera Type?”
The Treasure Eatery
“What is the name of Brassius’s signature art installation that we discussed in class?”
“How many waterfalls are counted among the Ten Sights of Paldea?”
“Where can you find the Million Volt Skyline?”
“The marks a Pokémon has are present when you first meet and none can be added later.”
Academy classes can seem like a waste of time to experienced Pokémon players, but for those who know nothing about Tera Types, Art can be surprisingly useful. Players can even earn fifty Dragon Tera Shards by completing all of Mr. Hassel’s lessons and conversations, thereby increasing their friendship in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet. Still, if players just want to check Art off their list of classes, all they have to do is use this cheat sheet of every midterm and final answer in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet.
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Pokémon: Scarlet & Violet
Pokémon Scarlet and Violet
- Original Release Date:
- Game Freak
- RPG, Adventure, Action
- Nintendo Switch
- Nintendo, The Pokemon Company
- Pokemon returns in its next installment series: Pokemon Scarlet and Violet. Now set in a fictional locale based around Mediterranean Spain, players will traverse the land of Paldea as they continue catching the series’ classic and new Pokemon. New to this entry are unique Pokemon that can transform into vehicles, allowing players to traverse the world through new means- which helps with Scarlet and Violet’s new open-world approach. Players can tackle gym battles in any order they wish, with foes scaling to their level as they progress. Scarlet and Violet also introduce co-op exploration online and a new battle feature known as Terastallize.
- Online Co-Op, Online Multiplayer
- Pokémon Sword and Shield
- Single Player, Multiplayer