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Erstwhile home of the legendary bird Pokémon Ho-oh, in Pokémon Gold, Silver, and Crystal.
A dark opening in a solid mass, like rock.
A major city of Kanto in the Pokemon franchise, this city contains a huge department store and the gym leader, Erika
Cave of Cerulean City. Hosts Mewtwo presence.
A city of Kanto, in the Pokemon franchise, Cerulean houses the water gym leader Misty. It is the location of Cerulean Cave and the final confrontation with Mewtwo.
A city of Kanto, in the Pokemon franchise, Fuchsia houses the poison gym leader, Koga.
Goldenrod city is a large city in the Johto region of pokemon games. The 3rd Johto badge can be obtained here.
An area, such as a prairie or meadow, of grass or grasslike vegetation. Common in fantasy RPGs.
The location of the Elite 4 (the final bosses) in Pokemon Blue, Red, Yellow, Silver, Gold, Crystal, Fire Red, Leaf Green, HeartGold and SoulSilver versions.
The Setting for the second generation of Pokemon (Gold, Silver, Crystal). This region is home to 100 new and exclusive Pokemon that did not appear in the original Versions. This is also the setting of Pokemon anime seasons 3-5.
The region explored in the first generation of Pokémon adventures.
A small town in Northeast Kanto, in the Pokemon Franchise. The city is home to the Pokemon Tower and later the Kanto Radio Tower.
Starting location of Pokémon/Gold/Silver/Crystal/HeartGold/SoulSilver. A town in the Johto region, home to the Pokémon Lab of Professor Elm.
The starting area of the Pokemon adventure in Red, Blue, Yellow, Leaf Green, Fire Red, and anime versions.
The town containing the first Gym battle in the Red, Blue, Yellow, Fire Red, and Leaf Green Pokemon games.
"Hope to see you again!"
A Pokemon Gym is an area to challenge trainers and the Gym Leader for a type of badge called the Gym Badge. This Badge is handed over when the Leader is defeated, as well as a TM. 8 Gym Badges are required to enter the Championship.
The Route that connects Pallet Town and Viridian City. Its layout and music are considered classic by Pokémon fans.
Pokemon found here are from different regions. Limited Pokemon catching ability in the zone.
A city of Kanto, in the Pokemon franchise, Saffron houses the psychic gym leader Sabrina and is the heart of region.
A place where you can buy, and sometimes sell things.
The Sun is the most important star in the human history of the Milky Way Galaxy, as it is the closest star to Earth. It radiates light. This light, along with Earth rotation, causes day and night as it is known on Earth. Don't stare at it too long.
A major city of Kanto in the Pokemon Franchise, this city is home to the Gym Leader, Lt. Surge.
The final push for Pokémon Trainers as they strive to beat the Elite Four and then finally the Champion.
A city in the Johto region. Home to the Violet Gym.
The first city players travel to in Pokémon Red/Blue and Yellow. Home of the final gym and the route to Victory Road.
A forest between Viridian City and Pewter City. Wild Pikachu can be found here.
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