Pokemon Sword and Shield Fairy Gym Quiz - All Correct Answers for Opal's Ballonlea Gym

Pokemon Sword and Shield Fairy Gym Quiz - All Correct Answers for Opal's Ballonlea Gym

This is our guide on answering all the Fairy Gym quiz questions correctly in Pokemon Sword and Shield, for Opal in the Ballonlea Gym.

The Fairy Gym in Pokemon Sword and Shield can be found in Ballonlea, and the leader of the gym will ask you a series of questions as you're fighting her underlings. In this Pokemon Sword and Shield Fairy Gym quiz guide, we'll be providing you with all the correct answers for the quiz questions in the Ballonlea Gym run by Opal.

Ballonlea Quiz Answers

When you first step into the Fairy Gym in Ballonea, you'll be told that the Gym Leader, Opal, will be asking you questions throughout your entire time in the gym. Your Pokemon will get stat boosts to their speed and defense if you get the questions right, but the same attributes will be penalized if you get them wrong. Below, you can find a list of all the questions you can possibly be asked by Opal, and all the correct answers.

Quiz QuestionAnswer
Do you know about Fairy-type weakness?Poison-type
What was the previous trainer's name?Annette
What do I eat for breakfast every morning?Omelets
Do you know my nickname?The Wizard
What is my favorite color?Purple
Hold old am I?16 years old

Fairy Gym Questions

As we said previously, these are all the questions you can possibly be asked by Opal in the Fairy Gym. Opal will periodically ask you the questions we've listed out above, one per Pokemon you encounter.

There are three trainers you have to face in the Fairy Gym before you can square off against Opal in the stadium. So Opal will ask the first three questions we've listed out in the table above, one per trainer, and then she'll ask the final three when you're facing off against her.

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