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The '''Pokémon League Reception Gate''' (Japanese: '''{{tt|ポケモンリーグうけつけゲート|Pokémon Rīgu Uketsuke Gēto}}''' ''Pokémon League Reception Gate'') is a large [[gate]] in [[Generation II]] and {{2v2|HeartGold|SoulSilver}} located in [[Kanto]] to the west of {{rt|22|Kanto}}. The building serves as the [[Badge|Gym Badge]] checkpoint for both [[Kanto]] and [[Johto]] {{pkmn|Trainer|Trainer}}s in these games.
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The '''Pokémon League Reception Gate''' (Japanese: '''ポケモンリーグうけつけゲート''' ''Pokémon League Reception Gate'') is a large [[gate]] located in [[Kanto]] to the west of {{rt|22|Kanto}}. The building serves as a [[Badge|Gym Badge]] checkpoint for both [[Kanto]] and [[Johto]] {{pkmn|Trainer}}s in these games.
   
This gate is named the '''Pokémon League Front Gate''' (Japanese: '''{{tt|ポケモンリーグしょうめんゲート|Pokémon Rīgu Shōmen Gēto}}''' ''Pokémon League Front Gate'') in [[Generation I]] and {{2v2|FireRed|LeafGreen}}, where it simply contains the {{badge|Boulder}} checkpoint and connects {{rt|22|Kanto|Routes 22}} and {{rt|23|Kanto|23}}.
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This gate is named the '''Pokémon League Front Gate''' (Japanese: '''ポケモンリーグしょうめんゲート''' ''Pokémon League Front Gate'') in [[Generation]] {{gen|I}} and {{gen|III}}, where it simply contains the {{badge|Boulder}} checkpoint and connects [[Route]]s {{rtn|22|Kanto}} and {{rtn|23|Kanto}}.
   
 
==Description==
 
==Description==
{{pkmn|Trainer|Trainer}}s entering [[Kanto]] from [[Johto]] via {{rt|26|Kanto|Routes 26}} and {{rt|27|Kanto|27}} are forced to enter this building from the south. Here, they are stopped by a [[Pokémon League]] official and must present the eight [[Badge#Johto League|Johto Gym Badge]]s before they can advance. Ahead of the guardpost is a four-way intersection of hallways; however, only the north hallway leading to {{ka|Victory Road}} and [[Indigo Plateau]] is initially open. The east hallway, leading to {{rt|22|Kanto}} and [[Viridian City]], opens up once the Pokémon League Reception Gate is entered from the Route 22 side. When the gate is opened from the {{rt|22|Kanto}} side, the {{player}} can travel between Johto and Kanto on foot, without taking the [[S.S. Aqua]] or the [[Magnet Train]]. The west hallway, leading to {{rt|28|Kanto}} and [[Mt. Silver]], is opened by [[Professor Oak]] once {{ga|Ethan}}, {{ga|Kris}}{{sup/2|C}} or {{ga|Lyra}}{{sup/4|HGSS}} collect all eight [[Badge#Indigo League|Kanto Gym Badge]]s.
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===In Generation I and III===
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In Generation I and III, the Pokémon League Front Gate serves as the {{badge|Boulder}} checkpoint, as the Badges are each checked individually by eight guards distributed throughout Route 23. It also serves as the connector between Routes 22 and 23. It is not a four-way intersection, unlike its [[Generation II]] and HeartGold and SoulSilver incarnations.
   
In {{2v2|HeartGold|SoulSilver}}, [[Janine]] will appear here every evening between 4 PM and 6 PM after being defeated and will give Ethan or Lyra her [[Pokégear#Phone|phone number]] in order to call her for a [[rematch]].
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===In Generation II and IV===
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In Generation II and IV, the Pokémon League Reception Gate replaces Generation I and III {{rt|23|Kanto}} in multiple ways: the Gym Badge checkpoints are consolidated into a single checkpoint inside the Pokémon League Reception Gate, and the Pokémon League Reception Gate now connects directly to {{ka|Victory Road}}. This is why Route 23 is an extremely short road in Generation II, and is just considered a part of [[Indigo Plateau]] itself in Generation IV, causing Route 23 to no longer exist.
   
In [[Generation I]] and {{2v2|FireRed|LeafGreen}}, the Pokémon League Front Gate serves as the {{badge|Boulder}} checkpoint and the connector between Routes 22 and 23. It is not a four-way intersection, unlike its [[Generation II]] and HeartGold and SoulSilver incarnations.
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{{pkmn|Trainer}}s entering [[Kanto]] from [[Johto]] via Routes {{rtn|26|Kanto}} and {{rtn|27|Kanto}} are forced to enter this building from the south. Here, they are stopped by a [[Pokémon League]] official and must present the eight [[Badge#Johto League|Johto Gym Badge]]s before they can advance. Past the guard is a four-way intersection of hallways; however, only the north hallway leading to {{ka|Victory Road}} and therefore [[Indigo Plateau]] is initially open. The east hallway, leading to [[Viridian City]] via {{rt|22|Kanto}}, is blocked by a guard until the player enters the Pokémon League Reception Gate from the Route 22 side; once the guard has stepped aside, the player can travel between Johto and the main part of Kanto without {{m|fly}}ing, {{m|teleport}}ing, or taking the [[S.S. Aqua]] or the [[Magnet Train]]. The west hallway, leading to {{rt|28|Kanto}} and [[Mt. Silver]], is opened by [[Professor Oak]] once the player has collected all eight [[Badge#Indigo League|Kanto Gym Badge]]s.
   
==Significance==
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In {{2v2|HeartGold|SoulSilver}}, [[Janine]] will appear here every evening between 4 PM and 6 PM after being defeated and will give the player her [[Pokégear#Phone|phone number]] so that she can be called for a [[rematch]].
The Pokémon League Reception Gate replaced {{rt|23|Kanto}} in many ways in [[Generation II]] and {{2v2|HeartGold|SoulSilver}}.
 
 
In [[Generation I]] and {{2v2|FireRed|LeafGreen}}, {{rt|22|Kanto}} led to Route 23 to the north through the Pokémon League Front Gate and the [[Badge|Gym Badge]] checkpoints were scattered throughout Route 23, with the exception of the {{badge|Boulder}} checkpoint, which is located in the Pokémon League Front Gate. The guards analyzed the {{player}} to check how many Gym Badges he/she had got, and if the player had the required Gym Badge in his/her possession, he would be allowed to go through until the next checkpoint, until all checkpoints are cleared.
 
 
This changed in Generation II and HeartGold and SoulSilver as the Gym Badge checkpoints were consolidated into a single checkpoint located inside the Pokémon League Reception Gate, at the hallway straight from {{rt|26|Kanto}}. This may explain why Route 23 shrunk into an extremely short road in Generation II, which then became part of [[Indigo Plateau]] itself in HeartGold and SoulSilver, causing Route 23 to no longer exist (although unused data for it still exists in the programming code).
 
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==Trivia==
 
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* This is the only four-way intersection in the [[Version|main series]] games that is not located in a populated area.
 
* This is the only four-way intersection in the [[Version|main series]] games that is not located in a populated area.
 
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Revision as of 05:57, 3 December 2012

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Pokémon League Reception Gate
Pokémon League Front Gate
ポケモンリーグうけつけゲート
Pokémon League Reception Gate
"Wild Missingno. appeared!"
Pokémon League Reception Gate HGSS.png
Map description: {{{mapdesc}}}
Location: South of Victory Road,
West of Route 22,
East of Route 28,
North of Route 26GSCHGSS

Between Route 22 and Route 23RBYFRLG
Region: Kanto
Generations: I, II, III, IV
Kanto Victory Road Map.png
Location of Pokémon League Reception Gate in Kanto.
Pokémon world locations

The Pokémon League Reception Gate (Japanese: ポケモンリーグうけつけゲート Pokémon League Reception Gate) is a large gate located in Kanto to the west of Route 22. The building serves as a Gym Badge checkpoint for both Kanto and Johto Trainers in these games.

This gate is named the Pokémon League Front Gate (Japanese: ポケモンリーグしょうめんゲート Pokémon League Front Gate) in Generation I and III, where it simply contains the Boulder Badge checkpoint and connects Routes 22 and 23.

Description

In Generation I and III

In Generation I and III, the Pokémon League Front Gate serves as the Boulder Badge checkpoint, as the Badges are each checked individually by eight guards distributed throughout Route 23. It also serves as the connector between Routes 22 and 23. It is not a four-way intersection, unlike its Generation II and HeartGold and SoulSilver incarnations.

In Generation II and IV

In Generation II and IV, the Pokémon League Reception Gate replaces Generation I and III Route 23 in multiple ways: the Gym Badge checkpoints are consolidated into a single checkpoint inside the Pokémon League Reception Gate, and the Pokémon League Reception Gate now connects directly to Victory Road. This is why Route 23 is an extremely short road in Generation II, and is just considered a part of Indigo Plateau itself in Generation IV, causing Route 23 to no longer exist.

Trainers entering Kanto from Johto via Routes 26 and 27 are forced to enter this building from the south. Here, they are stopped by a Pokémon League official and must present the eight Johto Gym Badges before they can advance. Past the guard is a four-way intersection of hallways; however, only the north hallway leading to Victory Road and therefore Indigo Plateau is initially open. The east hallway, leading to Viridian City via Route 22, is blocked by a guard until the player enters the Pokémon League Reception Gate from the Route 22 side; once the guard has stepped aside, the player can travel between Johto and the main part of Kanto without flying, teleporting, or taking the S.S. Aqua or the Magnet Train. The west hallway, leading to Route 28 and Mt. Silver, is opened by Professor Oak once the player has collected all eight Kanto Gym Badges.

In HeartGold and SoulSilver, Janine will appear here every evening between 4 PM and 6 PM after being defeated and will give the player her phone number so that she can be called for a rematch.

Layout

Pokémon League Reception Gate RBY.png Pokémon League Reception Gate GSC.png Pokemon League Front Gate FRLG.png Pokémon League Reception Gate HGSS.png
Generation I Generation II Generation III Generation IV

Trivia

  • This is the only four-way intersection in the main series games that is not located in a populated area.


Kanto and Johto
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