We’re slowly making our way through the Academy curriculum, with today’s focus on Art. Ran by Mr. Hassel, these classes only become available after you defeat five Gym Leaders – make sure to learn how to beat Larry to get the ball rolling!
You might be wondering what Art has to do with Pokemon, well, it turns out actually a lot.
These Art lessons are incredibly useful for those looking to learn more about Tera Type, and where to find the 10 Sights of Paldea. You won’t be told all 10 sites, but Mr. Hassel will help you get started, while my guide can help you finish that fun little task.
Have you got your pens and pencils at the ready, because Art is about to begin!
Art Class Answers In Pokemon Scarlet & Violet
Answering class questions correctly isn’t exactly beneficial, however, what you learn is. This is why I advocate for getting these questions right the first time around.
Art Class Question 1:
“What makes something beautiful?”
- Answer: Any answer
Art Class Question 2:
“What type do these lovely, glistening flowers above Professor Gible’s head represent?”
- Answer: The Grass type
Art Class Question 3:
“What Tera type do you imagine this jewel might represent?”
- Answer: The Ice type
Art Class Question 4:
“Can anyone here tell what my mood was when I crafted its detached expression?”
- Answer: Any answer (it’ll always be wrong)
Art Class Question 5:
“What is the name of the three pronged cliff on Glaseado Mountain?”
- Answer: Glaseado’s Grasp
Art Class Question 6:
“Does anyone know what special thing you can do with a Pokemon that have Ribbons or Marks?”
- Answer: You can change their title!
As you can see, some of these questions don’t have a set answer, which is especially frustrating when you retake a lesson to get it right (I did this several times, and no, I’m not okay).
Still, you completed the classes, so now it’s time to pass your Midterm exam!
Midterm Art Exam Questions & Answers
Midterm Exam Question 1:
“What is the name of the gemstone that glows over a Pokemon’s head when it Terastallizes?”
- Answer A: Tera Jewel
Midterm Exam Question 2:
“When the answer to question 1 is in the shape of flowers, what type does it represent?”
- Answer A: The Grass type
Midterm Exam Question 3:
“What shapes are most snowflakes classified as?”
- Answer B: Hexagon
Midterm Exam Question 4:
“Where is the eatery that allows you to change a Tera Type?”
- Answer C: Medali
Midterm Exam Question 5:
“What makes something beautiful?”
- Answer D: There’s no correct answer
Once your Midterm is over, head to the Entrance reception desk to get your results; you need three answers correct to pass. Doing so will entitle you to 5 Exp. Candies S.
Grab yourself a quick breather because we need to pass this Art Final next. Let’s go!
Final Art Exam Questions & Answers
Final Exam Question 1:
“What is the name of the restaurant where you can change a Pokemon’s Tera Type?”
- Answer B: The Treasure Eatery
Final Exam Question 2:
“What is the name of Brassius’ signature art installation that we discussed in class?”
- Answer C: Surrendering Sunflora
Final Exam Question 3:
“How many waterfalls are counted among the 10 Sights of Paldea?”
- Answer A: Two
Final Exam Question 4:
“Where can you find the Million Volt Skyline?”
- Answer B: Levincia
Final Exam Question 5:
“The Marks a Pokemon has are present when you first meet and none can be added later.”
- Answer B: False
As far as exams go, I quite enjoyed this one.
How do you think you did? Remember: you need four out of five answers correct to pass. If you achieve this, you’ll be given 5 Exp. Candies M as a reward.
Should you now have the study bug, you can take a class with Mr. Jacq’s to discover all the Biology answers.
Or you could go and visit your teachers outside of class; they have some interesting things to say, and sometimes reward you with rare items. Of course, you could just search the current Pokemon Scarlet & Violet mystery gift codes to get exclusive items too.
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Emma has loved video games ever since she first saw Alex Kidd platforming across her TV screen. Since then, the 32 year old has dedicated an obscene number of hours to playing as many games as possible. When she isn’t obsessing over games, she spends her time honing her vinyl collection.