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(Trivia: Already mentioned in the article.)
(Yes, ふれあい means "contact" or "connectedness" but the name obviously refers to friendly relations, friendly CONTACT (= amity). The English name is a perfectly fine translation and/or localization.)
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[[File:Amity Square DP.png|thumb|290px|Amity Square in Diamond and Pearl]]
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[[File:Amity Square DP.png|thumb|right|Amity Square in {{game|Diamond and Pearl|s}}]]
'''Amity Square''' (Japanese: '''ふれあいひろば''' ''Contact Plaza'') is a park in [[Sinnoh]] where {{pkmn|Trainer}}s can [[walking Pokémon|walk]] around with their {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} and talk to them to check their moods.
 
   
Amity Square is located north of [[Hearthome City]]. The setup in Amity Square is identical to the {{p|Pikachu}} interaction system that was in {{game|Yellow}}. Only certain small Pokémon can be taken for walks in Amity Square, usually of a "cute" appearance. Pokémon will fetch [[Accessory|Accessories]] or [[Berry|Berries]] for their owners every 200 steps.
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'''Amity Square''' (Japanese: '''ふれあいひろば''' ''Amity Square'') is a park in [[Sinnoh]] where {{pkmn|Trainer}}s can [[walking Pokémon|walk]] around with their {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} and talk to them to check their moods.
   
In {{game|Platinum}}, more Pokémon are allowed in than before, and the area has been expanded and redesigned. It now includes a rather large pool of water on the west side, with a model of the [[Sinnoh]] region within. Rather than being able to cross the entire square as in {{2v2|Diamond|Pearl}}, it has been separated into exclusive East and West sides, each only accessible by their respective gate. Of special note, Platinum allows all three of the [[Sinnoh]] {{pkmn2|starter}}s and their entire [[List of Pokémon by evolution family|evolution families]].
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Amity Square is located north of [[Hearthome City]]. The setup in Amity Square is identical to the {{p|Pikachu}} interaction system that was in {{game|Yellow}}. Only certain {{DL|List of Pokémon by height|small}} Pokémon can be taken for walks in Amity Square, usually of a "cute" appearance. Pokémon will fetch [[Accessory|Accessories]] or [[Berry#In Generation IV|Berries]] for their owners every 200 steps.
   
The rock huts serve no purpose in {{2v2|Diamond|Pearl}}; however, in {{v2|Platinum}}, they contain warp points that send the {{player}} to another hut in the park. Each hut contains three warp points, accessed by walking to the front, left, or right while inside the hut.
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In {{game|Platinum}}, more Pokémon are allowed in than before, and the area has been expanded and redesigned. It now includes a rather large pool of water on the west side, with a model of the [[Sinnoh]] region within. Rather than being able to cross the entire square as in {{game|Diamond and Pearl|s}}, it has been separated into exclusive east and west sides, each only accessible via their respective [[gate]]. Of special note, Pokémon Platinum allows all three of the [[Sinnoh]] {{pkmn2|starter}} Pokémon and their entire [[List of Pokémon by evolution family|evolution families]].
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The rock huts serve no purpose in Pokémon Diamond and Pearl; however, in Pokémon Platinum, they contain warp points that send the {{player}} to another hut in the park. Each hut contains three warp points, accessed by walking to the front, left, or right while inside the hut.
   
 
After taking an allowable Pokémon for a walk, players will find that their party has been fully healed.
 
After taking an allowable Pokémon for a walk, players will find that their party has been fully healed.
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==Items==
 
==Items==
[[File:Amity Square entrance Pt.png|thumb|The entrance in Platinum]]
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{{itlisth|land}}
 
{{itlisth|land}}
{{itemlist|TM Normal|Lower west side of the grass field, near the west entrance that is south of the man with Pikachu|D=yes|P=yes|display={{TM|43|Secret Power}}}}
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{{itemlist|TM Normal|Lower west side of the grass field, near the west entrance that is south of the man with {{p|Pikachu}}|D=yes|P=yes|display={{TM|43|Secret Power}}}}
 
{{itemlist|TM Normal|On the rock in the middle of the island|Pt=yes|display={{TM|43|Secret Power}}}}
 
{{itemlist|TM Normal|On the rock in the middle of the island|Pt=yes|display={{TM|43|Secret Power}}}}
{{itemlist|TM Normal|Upper east side of the grass field near the boy with Drifloon|D=yes|P=yes|display={{TM|45|Attract}}}}
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{{itemlist|TM Normal|Upper-east side of the grass field near the boy with {{p|Drifloon}}|D=yes|P=yes|display={{TM|45|Attract}}}}
{{itemlist|TM Normal|Near the warp in the middle center north of the lake|Pt=yes|display={{TM|45|Attract}}}}
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{{itemlist|TM Normal|Near the warp in the middle-center north of the lake|Pt=yes|display={{TM|45|Attract}}}}
{{itemlist|Spooky Plate|Next to the house on the right that is above the boy with Drifloon|D=yes|P=yes|display={{DL|Plate|Spooky Plate}}}}
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{{itemlist|Spooky Plate|Next to the second rock hut that is near the east-side entrance, to the right of the boy with {{p|Drifloon}}|D=yes|P=yes|display={{DL|Plate|Spooky Plate}}}}
{{itemlist|Spooky Plate|On a ledge reachable by going in the first hut from the East entrance, and warping in the east warp three times|Pt=yes|display={{DL|Plate|Spooky Plate}}}}
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{{itemlist|Spooky Plate|On a ledge reachable by warping in the east warp of the first rock hut in the east entrance|Pt=yes|display={{DL|Plate|Spooky Plate}}}}
{{itemlist|Amulet Coin|Hidden in a hut to the left of the boy with the Drifloon|D=yes|P=yes|display={{DL|In-battle effect item|Amulet Coin}}}}
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{{itemlist|Amulet Coin|Hidden in a rock hut to the left of the boy with {{p|Drifloon}}|D=yes|P=yes|display={{DL|In-battle effect item|Amulet Coin}}}}
{{itemlist|Amulet Coin|Behind the bench, all the way north from the East entrance|Pt=yes|display={{DL|In-battle effect item|Amulet Coin}}}}
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{{itemlist|Amulet Coin|Behind the bench, all the way north from the east entrance|Pt=yes|display={{DL|In-battle effect item|Amulet Coin}}}}
 
{{itlistfoot|land}}
 
{{itlistfoot|land}}
   
 
In {{game|Platinum}}, a man goes around Amity Square every day. To reach him, players must go through the east gate and use the teleporters. When found, he will give the player five [[Berry|Berries]] or one [[Accessory]].
 
In {{game|Platinum}}, a man goes around Amity Square every day. To reach him, players must go through the east gate and use the teleporters. When found, he will give the player five [[Berry|Berries]] or one [[Accessory]].
   
===Found by the Player's Pokémon===
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===Found by the player's Pokémon===
 
{| class="roundy" style="background: #{{Locationcolor/med|land}}; border: 5px solid #{{Locationcolor/light|land}}"
 
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==In the anime==
 
==In the anime==
In ''[[DP040|Top-Down Training!]]'', [[Paul]] {{pkmn|battle}}d [[Cynthia]] in a location called 自然公園 ''Natural Park'', which was called Amity Square in the [[dub]].
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In ''[[DP040|Top-Down Training!]]'', [[Paul]] {{pkmn|battle}}d [[Cynthia]] in a location called {{tt|自然公園|しぜんこうえん}} ''Nature Park'', which was called '''Amity Square''' in the [[dub]].
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
* Amity Square seems to show how [[Game Freak]] developed the system of [[walking Pokémon]], building up more sprites and animations from {{2v2|Diamond|Pearl}} to {{v2|Platinum}}. The system would later come to fruition in {{2v2|HeartGold|SoulSilver}}, when all [[list of Pokémon by index number (Generation IV)|Pokémon and Pokémon forms up to Generation IV]] were implemented.
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* Amity Square seems to be [[Game Freak]]'s testing ground for the [[walking Pokémon]] system, as the company increased the number of sprites and animations from {{game|Diamond and Pearl|s}} to {{game|Platinum}}, effectively granting access to more {{OBP|Pokémon|species}}. The system would later come to fruition in {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}} in a more expanded state and with all [[List of Pokémon by index number (Generation IV)|Pokémon and Pokémon forms up to Generation IV]] supported.
* One of the few Pokémon allowed out from the [[Poké Ball]] is Pikachu, which did the same throughout the game {{game|Yellow}}.
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* The northern section of Amity Square draws inspiration from {{wp|Cappadocia}}, where houses have been carved from {{wp|Hoodoo (geology)|hoodoo}}s.
* No {{cat|Generation II Pokémon}} are allowed in Amity Square.
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* It is revealed by a citizen of [[Hearthome City]] that [[Mr. Backlot]], owner of the {{si|Pokémon Mansion}}, owns Amity Square. The women at the [[gate]]s of his mansion say that the owner can be found in somewhere on the grounds, but this is false as he is always inside the mansion.
* [[Ash Ketchum]] and most of {{ashfr}} have a Pokémon that can be used in Amity Square: Ash has {{AP|Pikachu}}, {{AP|Torterra}}, and {{AP|Infernape}}, {{an|Misty}} has {{TP|Misty|Psyduck}}, {{an|Brock}} has {{TP|Brock|Happiny}}, {{an|May}} has {{TP|May|Skitty}} and had {{TP|May|Torchic|Blaziken}} before it evolved, and {{an|Dawn}} has {{TP|Dawn|Buneary}}, {{TP|Dawn|Pachirisu}}, and {{TP|Dawn|Piplup}}.
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* If the "walk through walls" cheat code is used, the game will pre-select the first Pokémon in the [[party]], which will be taken into the garden with the {{player}}; however, it will not be able to be seen or be able to {{a|Pickup|pick up}} [[item]]s. The player only notices the Pokémon's presence when speaking to the receptionists of either entrance.
** The only ones prior to [[Generation V]] who do not have an Amity Square Pokémon are {{Tracey}} and [[Max]], and the latter because he doesn't have any Pokémon.
 
** [[Paul]], Ash's rival, also has a Pokémon that can be used at Amity Square: {{TP|Paul|Torterra}}.
 
*** In addition, he also, at one point before releasing it, owned {{TP|Ash|Chimchar}}.
 
* There is also a small location in [[Fall City]], [[Fiore]] called Amity Square.
 
* It is revealed by a citizen of [[Hearthome City]] that [[Mr. Backlot]], owner of the {{si|Pokémon Mansion}}, owns Amity Square.
 
** The women at the gates say that [[Mr. Backlot|the owner]] can be found in somewhere on the grounds, but this is false as he is always at his {{si|Pokémon Mansion|mansion}}.
 
* If the [[Cheating|walk through walls]] cheat is used, the first Pokémon in the party will be taken into the garden with the {{player}}; it will not, however, be able to be seen or be able to pick up items. The Pokémon can only be noticed when speaking to one of the women near the gates.
 
*The north part of the park draws inspiration from {{wp|Cappadocia}} where houses have been carved from the {{wp|fairy chimney|fairy chimneys}}.
 
   
 
==In other languages==
 
==In other languages==
 
{{Langtable|color={{sinnoh color}}|bordercolor={{sinnoh color dark}}
 
{{Langtable|color={{sinnoh color}}|bordercolor={{sinnoh color dark}}
|zh_cmn=溝通廣場 ''Gōutōng Guǎngchǎng''
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|zh_cmn=溝通廣場 ''Communication Square''
 
|fr_eu=Square Paisible
 
|fr_eu=Square Paisible
 
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|es_eu=Plaza Amistad}}
 
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{{Sinnoh}}<br>
 
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Revision as of 23:32, 8 March 2013

Amity Square redirects here. For the Amity Square in Fall City, Fiore, see Fall City.

Amity Square ふれあいひろば
Amity Square
"Wild Missingno. appeared!"
Amity Square Pt.png
Map description: {{{mapdesc}}}
Location: North of Hearthome City
Region: Sinnoh
Generations: IV
Sinnoh Hearthome City Map.png
Location of Amity Square in Sinnoh.
Pokémon world locations

Amity Square (Japanese: ふれあいひろば Amity Square) is a park in Sinnoh where Trainers can walk around with their Pokémon and talk to them to check their moods.

Amity Square is located north of Hearthome City. The setup in Amity Square is identical to the Pikachu interaction system that was in Pokémon Yellow. Only certain small Pokémon can be taken for walks in Amity Square, usually of a "cute" appearance. Pokémon will fetch Accessories or Berries for their owners every 200 steps.

In Pokémon Platinum, more Pokémon are allowed in than before, and the area has been expanded and redesigned. It now includes a rather large pool of water on the west side, with a model of the Sinnoh region within. Rather than being able to cross the entire square as in Pokémon Diamond and Pearl, it has been separated into exclusive east and west sides, each only accessible via their respective gate. Of special note, Pokémon Platinum allows all three of the Sinnoh starter Pokémon and their entire evolution families.

The rock huts serve no purpose in Pokémon Diamond and Pearl; however, in Pokémon Platinum, they contain warp points that send the player to another hut in the park. Each hut contains three warp points, accessed by walking to the front, left, or right while inside the hut.

After taking an allowable Pokémon for a walk, players will find that their party has been fully healed.

Pokémon permitted

Before National Pokédex After National Pokédex
025OD DP.png Pikachu 035OD DP.png Clefairy 025OD DP.png Pikachu 035OD DP.png Clefairy
054OD DP.png Psyduck 387OD Pt.png TurtwigPt 039OD DP.png Jigglypuff 054OD DP.png Psyduck
388OD Pt.png GrotlePt 389OD Pt.png TorterraPt 255OD DP.png Torchic 285OD DP.png Shroomish
390OD Pt.png ChimcharPt 391OD Pt.png MonfernoPt 300OD DP.png Skitty 387OD Pt.png TurtwigPt
392OD Pt.png InfernapePt 393OD Pt.png PiplupPt 388OD Pt.png GrotlePt 389OD Pt.png TorterraPt
394OD Pt.png PrinplupPt 395OD Pt.png EmpoleonPt 390OD Pt.png ChimcharPt 391OD Pt.png MonfernoPt
417OD DP.png Pachirisu 425OD DP.png Drifloon 392OD Pt.png InfernapePt 393OD Pt.png PiplupPt
427OD DP.png Buneary 440OD DP.png Happiny 394OD Pt.png PrinplupPt 395OD Pt.png EmpoleonPt
417OD DP.png Pachirisu 425OD DP.png Drifloon
427OD DP.png Buneary 440OD DP.png Happiny


Items

050Diglett.png This section is incomplete.
Please feel free to edit this section to add missing information and complete it.
Reason: Items found by Sinnoh starter Pokémon in Platinum; complete list of items given by the man in Platinum (does it on your walking Pokémon?).


Item Location Games
Bag TM Normal Sprite.png TM43 (Secret Power) Lower west side of the grass field, near the west entrance that is south of the man with Pikachu  D  P 
Bag TM Normal Sprite.png TM43 (Secret Power) On the rock in the middle of the island  Pt 
Bag TM Normal Sprite.png TM45 (Attract) Upper-east side of the grass field near the boy with Drifloon  D  P 
Bag TM Normal Sprite.png TM45 (Attract) Near the warp in the middle-center north of the lake  Pt 
Bag Spooky Plate Sprite.png Spooky Plate Next to the second rock hut that is near the east-side entrance, to the right of the boy with Drifloon  D  P 
Bag Spooky Plate Sprite.png Spooky Plate On a ledge reachable by warping in the east warp of the first rock hut in the east entrance  Pt 
Bag Amulet Coin Sprite.png Amulet Coin Hidden in a rock hut to the left of the boy with Drifloon  D  P 
Bag Amulet Coin Sprite.png Amulet Coin Behind the bench, all the way north from the east entrance  Pt 

In Pokémon Platinum, a man goes around Amity Square every day. To reach him, players must go through the east gate and use the teleporters. When found, he will give the player five Berries or one Accessory.

Found by the player's Pokémon

Pokémon partner Available items
Pikachu or Shroomish
025OD DP.png or 285OD DP.png

Common

Accessory Yellow Fluff Sprite.png Yellow Fluff
Accessory Brown Fluff Sprite.png Brown Fluff
Accessory Orange Fluff Sprite.png Orange Fluff
Accessory Small Leaf Sprite.png Small Leaf
Accessory Red Feather Sprite.png Red Feather
Accessory Yellow Feather Sprite.png Yellow Feather

Rare

Accessory Black Moustache Sprite.png Black Moustache
Bag Spelon Berry Sprite.png Spelon Berry
Accessory Big Scale Sprite.png Big Scale
Accessory Glitter Boulder Sprite.png Glitter Boulder
Bag Cornn Berry Sprite.png Cornn Berry

Very Rare

Accessory Purple Scale Sprite.png Purple Scale
Bag Belue Berry Sprite.png Belue Berry
Clefairy or Skitty
035OD DP.png or 300OD DP.png

Common

Accessory White Fluff Sprite.png White Fluff
Accessory Orange Fluff Sprite.png Orange Fluff
Accessory White Feather Sprite.png White Feather
Accessory Small Leaf Sprite.png Small Leaf
Accessory Round Pebble Sprite.png Round Pebble
Accessory Blue Scale Sprite.png Blue Scale
Accessory Mini Pebble Sprite.png Mini Pebble

Rare

Accessory White Beard Sprite.png White Beard
Accessory Big Scale Sprite.png Big Scale
Accessory Thin Mushroom Sprite.png Thin Mushroom
Bag Durin Berry Sprite.png Durin Berry
Bag Cornn Berry Sprite.png Cornn Berry
Bag Magost Berry Sprite.png Magost Berry
Bag Rabuta Berry Sprite.png Rabuta Berry
Bag Nomel Berry Sprite.png Nomel Berry

Very Rare

Accessory Stump Sprite.png Stump
Psyduck or Pachirisu
054OD DP.png or 417OD DP.png

Common

Accessory Narrow Scale Sprite.png Narrow Scale
Accessory Mini Pebble Sprite.png Mini Pebble
Accessory Green Scale Sprite.png Green Scale
Accessory Small Leaf Sprite.png Small Leaf
Accessory Jagged Boulder Sprite.png Jagged Boulder
Accessory Snaggy Pebble Sprite.png Snaggy Pebble
Accessory Brown Fluff Sprite.png Brown Fluff
Accessory Round Pebble Sprite.png Round Pebble
Accessory Glitter Boulder Sprite.png Glitter Boulder
Accessory Black Moustache Sprite.png Black Moustache
Accessory Shed Horn Sprite.png Shed Horn

Rare

Bag Cornn Berry Sprite.png Cornn Berry
Bag Rabuta Berry Sprite.png Rabuta Berry
Bag Spelon Berry Sprite.png Spelon Berry
Bag Belue Berry Sprite.png Belue Berry
Bag Pamtre Berry Sprite.png Pamtre Berry
Bag Durin Berry Sprite.png Durin Berry
Bag Watmel Berry Sprite.png Watmel Berry
Bag Magost Berry Sprite.png Magost Berry
Bag Nomel Berry Sprite.png Nomel Berry

Very Rare

Accessory Thick Mushroom Sprite.png Thick Mushroom
Torchic or Drifloon
255OD DP.png or 425OD DP.png

Common

Accessory Pink Fluff Sprite.png Pink Fluff
Accessory Red Feather Sprite.png Red Feather
Accessory Yellow Feather Sprite.png Yellow Feather
Accessory Black Beard Sprite.png Black Beard
Accessory Narrow Scale Sprite.png Narrow Scale
Accessory White Fluff Sprite.png White Fluff

Rare

Accessory White Moustache Sprite.png White Moustache
Accessory Shed Claw Sprite.png Shed Claw
Accessory Narrow Leaf Sprite.png Narrow Leaf
Bag Cornn Berry Sprite.png Cornn Berry

Very Rare

Accessory Purple Scale Sprite.png Purple Scale
Buneary or Happiny
427OD DP.png or 440OD DP.png

Common

Accessory Pink Scale Sprite.png Pink Scale
Accessory Snaggy Pebble Sprite.png Snaggy Pebble
Accessory Shed Horn Sprite.png Shed Horn
Accessory Yellow Feather Sprite.png Yellow Feather
Accessory Shed Claw Sprite.png Shed Claw
Accessory Black Fluff Sprite.png Black Fluff
Accessory Pink Fluff Sprite.png Pink Fluff

Rare

Accessory Jagged Boulder Sprite.png Jagged Boulder
Accessory Big Leaf Sprite.png Big Leaf
Accessory Green Scale Sprite.png Green Scale
Bag Cornn Berry Sprite.png Cornn Berry
Bag Nomel Berry Sprite.png Nomel Berry
Bag Watmel Berry Sprite.png Watmel Berry
Bag Magost Berry Sprite.png Magost Berry
Bag Rabuta Berry Sprite.png Rabuta Berry

Very Rare

Accessory Black Pebble Sprite.png Black Pebble
Bag Pamtre Berry Sprite.png Pamtre Berry
Bag Belue Berry Sprite.png Belue Berry
Jigglypuff
039OD DP.png

Common

Accessory Pink Scale Sprite.png Pink Scale
Accessory White Feather Sprite.png White Feather
Accessory Thin Mushroom Sprite.png Thin Mushroom
Accessory Blue Scale Sprite.png Blue Scale
Accessory Blue Feather Sprite.png Blue Feather
Accessory Jagged Boulder Sprite.png Jagged Boulder

Rare

Accessory Round Pebble Sprite.png Round Pebble
Accessory Big Leaf Sprite.png Big Leaf
Accessory White Beard Sprite.png White Beard

Very Rare

Accessory Black Beard Sprite.png Black Beard

In the anime

In Top-Down Training!, Paul battled Cynthia in a location called 自然公園 Nature Park, which was called Amity Square in the dub.

Trivia

In other languages

Language Title
Mandarin Chinese 溝通廣場 Communication Square
France Flag.png European French Square Paisible
Germany Flag.png German Platz der Treue
Italy Flag.png Italian Parco Concordia
Spain Flag.png European Spanish Plaza Amistad



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