Have you ever found yourself stumped by a question in the yellow category of Trivial Pursuit? If so, you’re not alone! The yellow category in Trivial Pursuit corresponds to the “History” bucket, which means it includes questions about historical events, people, and places from around the world.
So what can you expect from the “History” category in Trivial Pursuit? These questions can cover a wide range of time periods, from ancient history to more recent events. They may ask about famous historical figures, important battles or wars, or significant events in world history.
For example, a question in the “History” category might be: “Who was the first president of the United States?” (Answer: George Washington).
In Trivial Pursuit, there are six categories represented by different colors: blue (Geography), pink (Entertainment), purple (Arts and Literature), orange (Science and Nature), green (Things), and yellow (History). Each category has its own deck of cards with questions, and players must correctly answer a question from each category to win the game.
So if you’re a history buff or just enjoy learning about the world around you, the yellow category in Trivial Pursuit is sure to be right up your alley. So gather your friends, roll the dice, and get ready to test your knowledge of the past!
Do you remember which categories the other colors represent in the original Trivial Pursuit game? How about the colors in other editions of Trivial Pursuit?
And which categories are the toughest for you? How about the ones you score with on a regular basis?
We’ll run through them all — and then some — in our other posts about Trivial Pursuit categories. Get started on those right here …
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