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* {{ga|Red}}, the player character of the first games, is found training in [[Mt. Silver]] and can be battled.
 
* {{ga|Red}}, the player character of the first games, is found training in [[Mt. Silver]] and can be battled.
 
* {{ga|Blue}}, the rival character of the first games, has become the [[Gym Leader]] of [[Viridian City]]. His team is based on the Pokémon he used in the final battle in {{game|Red and Blue|s}}.
 
* {{ga|Blue}}, the rival character of the first games, has become the [[Gym Leader]] of [[Viridian City]]. His team is based on the Pokémon he used in the final battle in {{game|Red and Blue|s}}.
* A man in the [[Violet City]] Pokémon Center states that the former Team Rocket was broken up by a "{{ga|Red|young kid}}."
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* A man in the [[Violet City]] Pokémon Center states that the former [[Team Rocket]] was broken up by a "{{ga|Red|young kid}}."
 
* The parents of the Copycat in [[Saffron City]] mention that her Clefairy Doll was given to her by {{ga|Red|a boy}} three years before.
 
* The parents of the Copycat in [[Saffron City]] mention that her Clefairy Doll was given to her by {{ga|Red|a boy}} three years before.
 
* The {{DL|In-battle effect item|Berserk Gene}}, a held item, is found near the former entrance of the now-collapsed [[Cerulean Cave]], where {{p|Mewtwo}} once hid.
 
* The {{DL|In-battle effect item|Berserk Gene}}, a held item, is found near the former entrance of the now-collapsed [[Cerulean Cave]], where {{p|Mewtwo}} once hid.

Revision as of 13:35, 10 August 2009

The four generations of Pokémon games, taking place in the same universe, have had multiple references to each other. Not only do the games reference their same-generation counterparts (with the player's default name being the version played and the rival's being the counterpart version in the first two generations), but games released later in the series typically will feature references to events of past generations.

Please note, of course, that this does not include Pokémon. While Pokémon released in previous generations will always appear, they are not a reference to the generation itself.

List of references

Generation II

To Generation I

Generation III

To Generation I

To Generation II

Generation IV

To Generation I

Wallpaper

To Generation II

To Generation III

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