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* [[Professor Rowan]] is said to have developed the [[Sinnoh Dex]] with help from [[Professor Oak|a Pokémon professor from Kanto]].
 
* [[Professor Rowan]] is said to have developed the [[Sinnoh Dex]] with help from [[Professor Oak|a Pokémon professor from Kanto]].
* Professor Oak himself comes to Sinnoh to give the player the [[National Dex]], and can always be found in a house in [[Eterna City]] thereafter. He gives the player an [[Evolution-inducing held item#Up-Grade|Up-Grade]], which was sent to Oak by his acquaintance from [[Kanto]].
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* Professor Oak himself comes to [[Sinnoh]] to give the player the [[National Dex]], and can always be found in a house in [[Eterna City]] thereafter. He gives the player an [[Evolution-inducing held item#Up-Grade|Up-Grade]], which was sent to Oak by his acquaintance from [[Kanto]].
* In the gatehouse east of [[Canalave City]] is a guard who complains that he is thirsty, like the guards in [[Kanto]] who will allow the [[player character|player]] to enter [[Saffron City]] if they are brought a drink. Unlike those guards, however, this one does not do anything if brought a drink.
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* In the gatehouse east of [[Canalave City]] is a guard who complains that he is thirsty, like the guards in Kanto who will allow the [[player character|player]] to enter [[Saffron City]] if they are brought a drink. Unlike those guards, however, this one does not do anything if brought a drink.
 
* A [[Ninja Boy]] on [[Route 210]] near [[Celestic Town]] says he wants to train with a [[Koga|ninja]] [[Gym Leader]] in a faraway land.
 
* A [[Ninja Boy]] on [[Route 210]] near [[Celestic Town]] says he wants to train with a [[Koga|ninja]] [[Gym Leader]] in a faraway land.
 
* One of the [[Elite Four]], [[Bertha]], shares a similar name (in Japanese and English) and design to [[Agatha]]. It is possible they are related, or that Bertha was at least modeled after Agatha.
 
* One of the [[Elite Four]], [[Bertha]], shares a similar name (in Japanese and English) and design to [[Agatha]]. It is possible they are related, or that Bertha was at least modeled after Agatha.

Revision as of 13:43, 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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