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[[File:Viridian Pokémon Center.png|thumb|right|Viridian City's Pokémon Center.]]
 
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Viridian City was first visited in ''[[EP002|Pokémon Emergency!]]'', when [[Ash Ketchum]] took his injured {{AP|Pikachu}} to the [[Pokémon Center]] here. When entering the town, Ash was stopped by Viridian City's [[Officer Jenny]], who found him suspicious, due to the fact he was carrying Pikachu in his arms and not a [[Poké Ball]]. While staying overnight at the Pokémon Center, Ash had his first encounter with the [[Team Rocket trio]]: [[Jessie]], [[James]], and {{MTR}}. Ash and Pikachu foiled their plot to steal all the {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} in the Pokémon Center, thus beginning Team Rocket's obsession with capturing Ash's Pikachu.
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Viridian City was first seen at the end of ''[[EP001|Pokémon - I Choose You!]]'', and is later visited in ''[[EP002|Pokémon Emergency!]]'', when [[Ash Ketchum]] took his injured {{AP|Pikachu}} to the [[Pokémon Center]] here. When entering the town, Ash was stopped by Viridian City's [[Officer Jenny]], who found him suspicious, due to the fact he was carrying Pikachu in his arms and not a [[Poké Ball]]. While staying overnight at the Pokémon Center, Ash had his first encounter with the [[Team Rocket trio]]: [[Jessie]], [[James]], and {{MTR}}. Ash and Pikachu foiled their plot to steal all the {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} in the Pokémon Center, thus beginning Team Rocket's obsession with capturing Ash's Pikachu.
 
[[File:Viridian City anime.png|thumb|left|165px|The outskirts of Viridian City.]]
 
[[File:Viridian City anime.png|thumb|left|165px|The outskirts of Viridian City.]]
   

Revision as of 03:36, 24 June 2013

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Viridian City トキワシティ
Tokiwa City
"The City of Evergreen"
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Map description
A beautiful city that is enveloped in green year-round.
Viridian City Gym - Kanto Gym #8RGBYFRLG
Giovanni
Giovanni
Ground-type
specialist Gym
Earth Badge
Earth Badge
Viridian City Gym - Kanto Gym #8GSCHGSS
Blue
Blue
No specialty type Earth Badge
Earth Badge
Viridian City Gym - Kanto Gym #8RGBYFRLG
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Ground-type
specialist Gym
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Earth Badge
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Route 2
 
Route 22
Viridian City
 
Route 1
 
Location
Kanto Viridian City Map.png
Location of Viridian City in Kanto.
Viridian City RBY.png Viridian City GSC.png Viridian City FRLG.png
Gen I Gen II Gen III

Viridian City (Japanese: トキワシティ Tokiwa City) is a small city located in western Kanto. In the Generation I and Generation III games, Team Rocket leader Giovanni serves as Leader of the Ground-specialist Viridian Gym, but the Gym is locked until the player can gain all seven other League Badges. Blue becomes the Gym Leader in the Generation II and Generation IV games and trains a variety of Pokémon.

Three paths, all major, lead from the city center. To the north is Route 2, as well as Viridian Forest, which lies in the middle of the route, leading to Pewter City. To the south is Route 1, which leads to Pallet Town. To the west is Route 22, leading to Indigo Plateau and the Pokémon League.

Places of interest

Pokémon academy

Main article: Pokémon academy

A Pokémon academy is a school where students and Trainers can learn more about Pokémon. Most beginning Trainers visit at least one of them, and common Trainers who study extensively at these locations are Lasses, School Kids, and Scientists. Much like the Pokémon academy in Violet City, this building, located in the center of Viridian in Generation III only, is dedicated to teaching the basics of Pokémon to inexperienced Trainers. Many Trainers that pass through Viridian fall under this category, making the city an ideal location. In Generations II and IV this school was rebuilt as the Trainer House.

Old man

Main article: Old man (Kanto)
The old man lying down in the middle of the road

There is a grumpy old man that lives in central Viridian City that will not let Trainers pass through to Route 2, until he has had his coffee for the day. In the original Japanese games, the old man is not grumpy from lack of coffee, but is rather drunk and has passed out in the middle of the road much to the dismay of his grandchild. This is just a barrier in the game, so players will not wander past Viridian City until the player goes to the Viridian Poké Mart and delivers a Oak's Parcel to Professor Oak.

After that, he starts to lighten up and help the player by teaching them how to catch a Pokémon using a Poké Ball. This is a guide for novice players in Pokémon Red, Blue, and Yellow, and Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen. He will also give the player a Teachy TV in Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen, which teaches the player a variety of things about battling and catching Pokémon.

He appears again in Pokémon Gold, Silver, and Crystal, and Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver saying that he had his cup of coffee and also tells the player he was once an expert at catching Pokémon. This is a reference to the events that happened three years earlier.

Trainer House

Main article: Trainer House
File:Trainerhouse.png
The Trainer House in Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver

In Generation II and HeartGold and SoulSilver, the Trainer House replaces the Pokémon academy. On entry, the first floor has a few people and a small desk. The basement is mostly comprised of a large open area with only a desk located at the top of the room and an open battlefield on the lower portion. After the battle, the player cannot re-challenge the Trainers in the basement until the next day.

In Generation II, the Trainer will be the last player he or she has used Mystery Gift with, or in the case the player has never used Mystery Gift with anyone, Cal. If this Trainer is another player that he or she has used Mystery Gift with, their team will consist of whatever Pokémon were in their party at the time of using Mystery Gift, including held items, moves, levels, and stats. Regardless of which Trainer it is, the opposing Trainer's sprite will be of Ethan.

In HeartGold and SoulSilver, the player will initially encounter only Ace Trainer Cal. When the player meets someone in the Pokéwalker and re-syncs it back to the player's game, the Trainer and their Pokémon will appear in the basement. Up to 10 additional Trainers may be encountered in this way. Like Generation II, these Trainers' teams will consist of whatever Pokémon were in their parties at the time of re-syncing with the Pokéwalker, including held items, moves, levels, and stats. Unlike Generation II, if a Pokémon's level is above 50, its level is reduced to 50 like a battle under the Flat Battle rules. Players will earn no EXP or money, but will receive 1 BP for each battle.

Generation II

TRAINER HOUSE
The Club for Top
Trainer Battles

Generation IV

Trainer House
The Club for Top Trainer Battles

Viridian Gym

Main article: Viridian Gym
Viridian Gym in FireRed and LeafGreen

The Viridian Gym is the official Gym of Viridian City. It is based on Ground-type Pokémon. The Leader is Giovanni, the head of Team Rocket. Trainers who defeat him receive the Earth Badge. Viridian Gym appears in all games set in the Kanto region. In Generation I and III, when the player makes their first encounter with the Gym, it is locked because of the absence of the Gym Leader. With this acknowledged, the player journeys off onto other Gyms to challenge them. Once this has been accomplished and the player has collected the other seven Gym Badges, the Viridian Gym reopens.

Inside the Gym, the floor uses the same transporting tiles as in the Rocket Hideout. The player must use these tiles to navigate through the Gym to reach Giovanni. In Generation II and IV, Blue takes over the Gym. In Generation II, the Gym is completely remodeled and the tiles are now gone. In Generation IV, the tiles are put back up. The maze of tiles is roughly the same shape of the original Generation II Gym. The colors of the Gym's exterior are based on the colors most associated with the type that the Gym specializes in. Viridian Gym, however, is both green and blue, likely referring to its Gym Leader's name.

In Generation I, a Revive can be found, while a Macho Brace replaces it in Generation III, making it the only Gym with items in it. This is the only Gym to be based on 3 different types throughout the games and anime and the only one to not have a type for a generation. In all generations aside from Generation III, at least one Trainer in the Viridian Gym owned a Rhydon, while in Generation III, all of Giovanni's Pokémon knew Earthquake.

Welcome sign

In Generation II and HeartGold and SoulSilver, there's a sign welcoming the player to the city, claiming to be the gateway to Indigo Plateau.

Generation II

Welcome to
VIRIDIAN CITY,
the Gateway to
INDIGO PLATEAU

Generation IV

Welcome to Viridian City,
the Gateway to Indigo Plateau!

Demographics

Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen

In Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen, the population of Viridian City is 30.

Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver

In Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver, the population of Viridian City is 34. This shows that Viridian City has grown in size from FireRed and LeafGreen to HeartGold and SoulSilver.

Poké Mart

The Poké Mart is located below the Viridian Gym. In Generation II and IV, it is to the right of the Trainer House.

Generation I
Poké Ball Poké Ball
Pokémon Dollar200
Antidote Antidote
Pokémon Dollar100
Burn Heal Burn Heal
Pokémon Dollar250
Parlyz Heal Parlyz Heal
Pokémon Dollar200
Potion Potion*
Pokémon Dollar300
Generation II
Poké Ball Poké Ball
Pokémon Dollar200
Antidote Antidote
Pokémon Dollar100
Awakening Awakening
Pokémon Dollar250
Burn Heal Burn Heal
Pokémon Dollar250
Full Heal Full Heal
Pokémon Dollar600
Hyper Potion Hyper Potion
Pokémon Dollar1,200
Parlyz Heal Parlyz Heal
Pokémon Dollar200
Revive Revive
Pokémon Dollar1,500
unknown Flower Mail
Pokémon Dollar50
Generation III
Poké Ball Poké Ball
Pokémon Dollar200
Antidote Antidote
Pokémon Dollar100
Parlyz Heal Parlyz Heal
Pokémon Dollar200
Potion Potion
Pokémon Dollar300

Generation IV - Bottom
Poké Ball Poké Ball
Pokémon Dollar200
Great Ball Great Ball
Pokémon Dollar600
Ultra Ball Ultra Ball
Pokémon Dollar1200
Potion Potion
Pokémon Dollar200
Super Potion Super Potion
Pokémon Dollar700
Hyper Potion Hyper Potion
Pokémon Dollar1200
Max Potion Max Potion
Pokémon Dollar2500
Full Restore Full Restore
Pokémon Dollar3000
Revive Revive
Pokémon Dollar1500
Antidote Antidote
Pokémon Dollar100
Parlyz Heal Parlyz Heal
Pokémon Dollar200
Awakening Awakening
Pokémon Dollar250
Burn Heal Burn Heal
Pokémon Dollar250
Ice Heal Ice Heal
Pokémon Dollar250
Full Heal Full Heal
Pokémon Dollar600
Escape Rope Escape Rope
Pokémon Dollar550
Repel Repel
Pokémon Dollar350
Super Repel Super Repel
Pokémon Dollar500
Max Repel Max Repel
Pokémon Dollar700
Generation IV - Top
Steel Mail Steel Mail
Pokémon Dollar50
Net Ball Net Ball
Pokémon Dollar1000
Heal Ball Heal Ball
Pokémon Dollar300

Items

Item Location Games
Bag Teachy TV Sprite.png Teachy TV Obtained from the old man who teaches the player how to catch a Pokémon  FR  LG 
Bag Oak's Parcel Sprite.png Oak's Parcel From the shopkeeper at the Poké Mart  R  B  Y  FR  LG 
Bag Potion Sprite.png Potion In the cuttable tree in the northwestern part of the city (hidden)  R  B  Y 
Bag Potion Sprite.png Potion Next to the cuttable tree in the northwestern part of the city  FR  LG 
Bag TM Psychic Sprite.png TM42 (Dream Eater) Received from the sleeping male in the southwestern part of the city (requires Cut or Surf)  R  B  Y  G  S  C 
Bag Nugget Sprite.png Nugget Near the trees northeast of the Poké Mart (hidden)  HG  SS 
Bag TM Psychic Sprite.png TM85 (Dream Eater) Received from the sleeping male in the soutwestern part of the city (requires Cut or Surf)  HG  SS 

Pokémon

Generation I

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
Fishing
129 Magikarp
R B Y
Old Rod Fishing
Old Rod
5 100%
060 Poliwag
R B Y
Good Rod Fishing
Good Rod
10 50%
118 Goldeen
R B Y
Good Rod Fishing
Good Rod
10 50%
060 Poliwag
R B Y
Super Rod Fishing
Super Rod
15 50%
060 Poliwag
R B Y
Super Rod Fishing
Super Rod
5-15 100%
072 Tentacool
R B Y
Super Rod Fishing
Super Rod
15 50%
A colored background means that the Pokémon can be found in this location in the specified game. A white background with a colored letter means that the Pokémon cannot be found here.

Generation II

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
Surfing
060 Poliwag
G S C
Surfing Surfing
5-14 90%
061 Poliwhirl
G S C
Surfing Surfing
10-14 10%
Fishing
129 Magikarp
G S C
Old Rod Fishing
Old Rod
10 85%
060 Poliwag
G S C
Old Rod Fishing
Old Rod
10 15%
060 Poliwag
G S C
Good Rod Fishing
Good Rod
20 65%
129 Magikarp
G S C
Good Rod Fishing
Good Rod
20 35%
060 Poliwag
G S C
Super Rod Fishing
Super Rod
40 70%
129 Magikarp
G S C
Super Rod Fishing
Super Rod
40 20%
061 Poliwhirl
G S C
Super Rod Fishing
Super Rod
40 10%
A colored background means that the Pokémon can be found in this location in the specified game. A white background with a colored letter means that the Pokémon cannot be found here.

Generation III

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
Surfing
054 Psyduck
FR LG
Surfing Surfing
20-40 100%
079 Slowpoke
FR LG
Surfing Surfing
20-40 100%
Fishing
129 Magikarp
FR LG
Old Rod Fishing
Old Rod
5 100%
060 Poliwag
FR LG
Good Rod Fishing
Good Rod
5-15 60%
118 Goldeen
FR LG
Good Rod Fishing
Good Rod
5-15 20%
129 Magikarp
FR LG
Good Rod Fishing
Good Rod
5-15 20%
060 Poliwag
FR LG
Super Rod Fishing
Super Rod
15-25 40%
061 Poliwhirl
FR LG
Super Rod Fishing
Super Rod
20-30 40%
130 Gyarados
FR LG
Super Rod Fishing
Super Rod
15-25 15%
054 Psyduck
FR LG
Super Rod Fishing
Super Rod
15-35 5%
079 Slowpoke
FR LG
Super Rod Fishing
Super Rod
15-35 5%
A colored background means that the Pokémon can be found in this location in the specified game. A white background with a colored letter means that the Pokémon cannot be found here.

Generation IV

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
Surfing
060 Poliwag
HG SS
Surfing Surfing
5-10 90%
061 Poliwhirl
HG SS
Surfing Surfing
10 10%
Fishing
129 Magikarp
HG SS
Old Rod Fishing
Old Rod
10 95%
060 Poliwag
HG SS
Old Rod Fishing
Old Rod
10 5%
060 Poliwag
HG SS
Good Rod Fishing
Good Rod
20 60%
129 Magikarp
HG SS
Good Rod Fishing
Good Rod
20 40%
060 Poliwag
HG SS
Super Rod Fishing
Super Rod
40 93%
129 Magikarp
HG SS
Super Rod Fishing
Super Rod
40 7%
Headbutt
163 Hoothoot
HG SS
Headbutt Headbutt
3-7 50%
167 Spinarak
HG SS
Headbutt Headbutt
5-7 30%
165 Ledyba
HG SS
Headbutt Headbutt
5-7 30%
204 Pineco
HG SS
Headbutt Headbutt
3-4 30%
265 Wurmple
HG SS
Headbutt Headbutt
3-7 20%
A colored background means that the Pokémon can be found in this location in the specified game. A white background with a colored letter means that the Pokémon cannot be found here.

Differences between generations

Generation I and III

Viridian City is very consistent in the way of layout throughout each generation. There are no notable differences between the Generation I and Generation III games, except for houses being slightly bigger and some buildings repositioned. Trees have become bigger, flowers are more visible, and most other sprites have been upgraded to Generation III standards. Most of the towns residence remain the same, and will tell Trainers the same message. Items that are given out, however, are different from generation to generation. In Generation III the potion behind the cut tree is no longer hidden.

Generation II and IV

The differences between the Generation II and IV and Generation I and III games are more noticeable. The Pokémon academy seen in Generation III has been replaced with the giant Trainer House, and other buildings were added as well. Within the Trainer House in Generation II, Trainers will battle either Cal, if the player has never used Mystery Gift with anyone, or the last player he or she has used Mystery Gift with. In Generation IV, the player may either battle Cal and up to 10 Trainers who they met on their Pokéwalker.

Trainer Tips

Generation I

TRAINER TIPS
The battle moves
of POKéMON are
limited by their
POWER POINTs, PP.
To replenish PP,
rest your tired
POKéMON at a
POKéMON CENTER!

TRAINER TIPS
Catch POKéMON
and expand your
collection!
The more you have,
the easier it is
to fight!

Generation III

TRAINER TIPS
The battle moves of POKéMON are
limited by their POWER POINTS, PP.
To replenish PP, rest your tired
POKéMON at a POKéMON CENTER.

TRAINER TIPS
Catch POKéMON and expand your
collection.
The more you have, the easier it
is to battle.

In the spin-off games

In Pokémon Pinball

In Pokémon Pinball, Viridian City appears on the Blue table; catchable Pokémon include Bulbasaur, Squirtle, Nidoran♀, Nidoran♂, Poliwag and Tentacool.

In the anime

Viridian City's Pokémon Center.

Viridian City was first seen at the end of Pokémon - I Choose You!, and is later visited in Pokémon Emergency!, when Ash Ketchum took his injured Pikachu to the Pokémon Center here. When entering the town, Ash was stopped by Viridian City's Officer Jenny, who found him suspicious, due to the fact he was carrying Pikachu in his arms and not a Poké Ball. While staying overnight at the Pokémon Center, Ash had his first encounter with the Team Rocket trio: Jessie, James, and Meowth. Ash and Pikachu foiled their plot to steal all the Pokémon in the Pokémon Center, thus beginning Team Rocket's obsession with capturing Ash's Pikachu.

The outskirts of Viridian City.

Sometime later, in The Battle of the Badge, Ash and his friends revisited Viridian City. They found the Viridian Gym, and Ash decided to fight the Gym Leader, but Gary ended up fighting him first (forcing Ash to wait outside due to the one-Trainer-at-a-time policy that Viridian Gym apparently has). After Togepi was carried off by a Fearow, Ash and friends went looking for it, only to find it in the Gym. They then noticed that Gary and his girlfriends were badly injured due to Mewtwo's attacks. After Ash fought and won a difficult and dangerous battle with Team Rocket, the Gym collapsed due to Togepi blowing up the stands. Ash picked up the Earth Badge Team Rocket lost. Afterwards, Ash and his friends left.

After the Silver Conference, Viridian was once again revisited, in Gotta Catch Ya Later!, only some things had changed. Most notably, the Nurse Joy who worked at the Viridian Center in Pokémon Emergency! had retired and Misty's bike had been fixed. After a battle with Team Rocket, as well as a trio of hired thugs, they left Viridian City.

Ash later passed through Viridian on the way home in The Scheme Team, after the Ever Grande Conference. Visiting the site of the rebuilt Viridian Gym, circumstances ended up bringing him to the battlefield for a friendly one-on-one challenge with the temporary Gym Leader, Kanto Elite Four member Agatha. It is also here that Ash met up with Scott, the owner of the Battle Frontier and decided to take the Battle Frontier challenge.

In the manga

In the Pokémon Adventures manga

Viridian City is first visited in the Bulbasaur, Come Home! round of the Red, Green & Blue chapter when Red and Professor Oak chase the Pokémon that escaped from his laboratory. They enter the abandoned Viridian City Gym and fight with the only current resident of that building, an angry Machoke.

Viridian City made a brief appearance at the end of A Hollow Victreebel and at the beginning of Make Way For Magmar! in the Red, Green & Blue chapter where citizens where asking about where Giovanni had gone.

Trivia

  • Its Japanese motto is トキワは みどり えいえんのいろ "Tokiwa is the color of green eternity."
  • An anime song of the same name is centered on its status as the location of the final Gym in Kanto.
  • It is the only town that is the first visited in the game that has a Gym after the starting location, though the Gym is closed until the other seven Badges have been obtained.
  • Its English motto before Generation IV was "The Eternally Green Paradise"

Name origin

Language Name Origin
Japanese トキワシティ Tokiwa City 常磐色 (tokiwa iro) refers to the green color of evergreen trees.
English Viridian City From viridian, a blue-green color. May also come from Latin Viridi, meaning green.
French Jadielle From jade.
Czech Chromové město Chrom means chromium (possibly a reference to chrome green) and město means city (or town).
German Vertania City From French vert, green.
Italian Smeraldopoli From smeraldo, emerald, and the suffix -poli, meaning city.
Polish Wertania From German Vertania.
Russian (ORT) Вертания Possibly from German Vertania.
Spanish Ciudad Verde
Ciudad Viridian
Means green city.
Same as English name.
Portuguese - Brazil Cidade de Veridiana Portuguese adaptation of Viridian City
Korean 상록시티 Sangrok City 상록 (常綠) sangrok means evergreen.
Chinese (Mandarin) 常磐市 Chángpán Shì From the Japanese name.
Chinese (Cantonese) 常青市 Soengceng Si 常青 (soengceng) means evergreen.




Kanto
Boulder Badge.png Cascade Badge.png Thunder Badge.png Rainbow Badge.png Soul Badge.png Marsh Badge.png Volcano Badge.png Earth Badge.png
Settlements
Pallet TownViridian CityPewter CityCerulean CityVermilion CityLavender Town
Celadon CitySaffron CityFuchsia CityCinnabar IslandIndigo Plateau
Routes
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Landmarks
Professor Oak's LaboratoryViridian ForestDiglett's CavePewter Museum of ScienceMt. Moon (Square) • Cerulean Cave
Underground Path (Kanto Routes 5-6)Underground Path (Kanto Routes 7-8)S.S. AnneS.S. AquaSea CottageRock Tunnel
Power PlantCycling RoadRocket HideoutSilph Co.Magnet TrainPokémon TowerSafari Zone/Pal Park
Seafoam IslandsPokémon MansionPokémon LabPokémon League Reception GateVictory RoadTohjo Falls
Access to
Sevii IslandsJohto

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