In our Pokemon Sleep Type Quiz, All Pokemon Sleep Styles guide, we are going to explain everything you need to know about it. We will talk about what the Sleep Type quiz is (as in, does it have any importance whatsoever). Then, we’ll give you all the possible results. Let’s begin, shall we?
What is Pokemon Sleep Type Quiz?
The Pokemon Sleep Type quiz is basically just a gimmick to get you sold on the Pokemon Sleep app. Which I’m decidedly not sold on, but I digress. Now, there’s nothing deep to the quiz itself; it’s pretty much on the level of finding out what your patronus is or which house you belong in on Pottermore. Or any “personality” quiz on Buzzfeed. The result does not affect anything in Pokemon Sleep or Pokemon GO or anything like that.
The quiz first asks you whether you sleep through the night without waking up, what time you go to bed and wake up, what time of day you feel most energized, etc. Based on that, it gives you one of nine Pokemon whose sleep pattern matches your own. That’s all there is to it. If you’re curious about all possible results, keep reading.
All Pokemon Sleep Style Options
There are nine possible Pokemon Sleep Style options in the quiz. Which one you get depends on what type of person you are (morning like Espeon, daytime with Charmander, or nighttime like Umbreon) and your sleep style (dozing like Vigoroth, snoozing like Meowth, or slumbering like Swablu). Obviously, we aren’t going to walk you through the whole quiz, because that kinda ruins the gimmick. You’re supposed to answer honestly to get the “correct” result. With that said, here’s a list of every possible Pokemon you could be.
- Morning person, Dozing type – Vigoroth
- Morning person, Snoozing type – Espeon
- Morning person, Slumbering type – Swablu
- Daytime person, Dozing type – Bulbasaur
- Daytime person, Snoozing type – Charmander
- Daytime person, Slumbering type – Squirtle
- Nighttime person, Dozing type – Umbreon
- Nighttime person, Snoozing type – Meowth
- Nighttime person, Slumbering type – Diglett