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The '''Kanto region''' (Japanese: '''カントー''' ''Kantō'') is a large area located east of [[Johto]]. Named after the real [[wp:Kanto|Kanto region]] in Japan, is the first region explored by the [[Generation I]] games [[Pokémon Green]], [[Pokémon Red]], [[Pokémon Blue]] and [[Pokémon Yellow]] and in the [[Generation III]] games [[Pokémon FireRed]] and [[Pokémon LeafGreen]]. Kanto is also accessible in the [[Generation II]] games [[Pokémon Gold]], [[Pokémon Silver]] and [[Pokémon Crystal]]. [[Professor Oak]] is the resident [[Pokémon professor]] and gives the trainers a choice between Bulbasaur, Charmander and Squirtle as their choice for a [[starter Pokémon]]. You start in [[Pallet Town]] and work your way through the [[Indigo Plateau]] to become the [[League Champion]].
 
The '''Kanto region''' (Japanese: '''カントー''' ''Kantō'') is a large area located east of [[Johto]]. Named after the real [[wp:Kanto|Kanto region]] in Japan, is the first region explored by the [[Generation I]] games [[Pokémon Green]], [[Pokémon Red]], [[Pokémon Blue]] and [[Pokémon Yellow]] and in the [[Generation III]] games [[Pokémon FireRed]] and [[Pokémon LeafGreen]]. Kanto is also accessible in the [[Generation II]] games [[Pokémon Gold]], [[Pokémon Silver]] and [[Pokémon Crystal]]. [[Professor Oak]] is the resident [[Pokémon professor]] and gives the trainers a choice between Bulbasaur, Charmander and Squirtle as their choice for a [[starter Pokémon]]. You start in [[Pallet Town]] and work your way through the [[Indigo Plateau]] to become the [[League Champion]].
   
=Locations=
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==Locations==
== Cities/Towns ==
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=== Cities/Towns ===
   
 
* [[Pallet Town]]
 
* [[Pallet Town]]
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* [[Saffron City]]
 
* [[Saffron City]]
   
== Areas of Interest ==
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=== Areas of Interest ===
   
 
* [[Mt. Moon]]
 
* [[Mt. Moon]]
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* [[Sevii Islands]]
 
* [[Sevii Islands]]
   
= Indigo League =
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==Indigo League ==
== Gym Leaders ==
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=== Gym Leaders ===
   
 
# [[Brock]]
 
# [[Brock]]
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# [[Giovanni]]/[[Blue]]
 
# [[Giovanni]]/[[Blue]]
   
== Elite Four ==
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=== Elite Four ===
   
 
'''In Generation I''':
 
'''In Generation I''':
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* [[Lance]]
 
* [[Lance]]
   
=In Generation II=
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==In Generation II==
   
In the Second Generation games, trainers may travel from Johto to Kanto and notice these changes have occured in the region.
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In the Second Generation games, trainers may travel from Johto to Kanto and notice these changes have occurred in the region.
   
 
* No Safari Zone.
 
* No Safari Zone.
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* [[Lavender Tower]] has became a radio tower.
 
* [[Lavender Tower]] has became a radio tower.
   
=In Generation III=
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==In Generation III==
   
 
In Pokémon FireRed and Pokémon LeafGreen, you are able to visit the first three in a chain of islands known as the [[Sevii Islands]]. They are unlocked once you beat Blaine on Cinnabar Island. After you beat the [[Elite Four]], you can then visit the other islands which make up this archipelago.
 
In Pokémon FireRed and Pokémon LeafGreen, you are able to visit the first three in a chain of islands known as the [[Sevii Islands]]. They are unlocked once you beat Blaine on Cinnabar Island. After you beat the [[Elite Four]], you can then visit the other islands which make up this archipelago.

Revision as of 21:03, 6 March 2005

The Kanto region (Japanese: カントー Kantō) is a large area located east of Johto. Named after the real Kanto region in Japan, is the first region explored by the Generation I games Pokémon Green, Pokémon Red, Pokémon Blue and Pokémon Yellow and in the Generation III games Pokémon FireRed and Pokémon LeafGreen. Kanto is also accessible in the Generation II games Pokémon Gold, Pokémon Silver and Pokémon Crystal. Professor Oak is the resident Pokémon professor and gives the trainers a choice between Bulbasaur, Charmander and Squirtle as their choice for a starter Pokémon. You start in Pallet Town and work your way through the Indigo Plateau to become the League Champion.

Locations

Cities/Towns

Areas of Interest

Indigo League

Gym Leaders

  1. Brock
  2. Misty
  3. Lt. Surge
  4. Erika
  5. Koga/Janine
  6. Sabrina
  7. Blaine
  8. Giovanni/Blue

Elite Four

In Generation I:

  1. Lorelei
  2. Bruno
  3. Agatha
  4. Lance

In Generation II:

  1. Will
  2. Karen
  3. Koga
  4. Bruno

In Generation II

In the Second Generation games, trainers may travel from Johto to Kanto and notice these changes have occurred in the region.

  • No Safari Zone.
  • Unknown Dungeon has been blocked off.
  • Cinnabar Island destroyed and gym relocated to the Seafoam Islands.
  • Viridian Forest and Mt. Moon changed in size.
  • Power Plant becomes functional.
  • Lavender Tower has became a radio tower.

In Generation III

In Pokémon FireRed and Pokémon LeafGreen, you are able to visit the first three in a chain of islands known as the Sevii Islands. They are unlocked once you beat Blaine on Cinnabar Island. After you beat the Elite Four, you can then visit the other islands which make up this archipelago.