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Pokémon Journal

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The Pokémon Journal is a gossip magazine that has appeared in many of the main series games. However, the articles themselves have only been seen so far in Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen. It is a source for Fame Checker entries, usually including facts possessing rumor-like characteristics. Most are found in the bookshelf in the back of a Pokémon Center, though they can be found in other buildings like a school in Viridian City and Celadon Mansion. Journal entries that mention Gym Leaders or Elite Four members do not appear until after the player has defeated everyone mentioned in them, and the Journal entry on Mr. Fuji in the Cinnabar Island Pokémon Center does not appear until after defeating the Elite Four. Although Pokémon Journals can be found on the Sevii Islands, according to a Gentleman, the newest copy is missing from Four Island during the events of Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen.

Subject Location Text
Professor Oak and Daisy Oak Viridian City School Prof. Oak reportedly lives with his grandchildren, Daisy and <Rival>.
Daisy Oak Four Island Pokémon Center The Spring Pokémon Contest's Grand Champion is Daisy Oak of Pallet Town!
Mr. Fuji Cinnabar Island Pokémon Center Editor: The shy Mr. Fuji turned down our interview requests. He is a kindly man who is adored and respected in Lavender Town.
Brock Pewter Museum of Science (Back Room) Brock rarely laughs, but is said to be unable to stop if he starts.
Misty Cerulean City Pokémon Center Misty is said to worship Lorelei of the Elite Four.
Lt. Surge Vermilion City Pokémon Center Lt. Surge is rumored to have been a pilot while home in America. He used the electricity generated by Pokémon to power his plane.
Erika Celadon Mansion Rumor has it that if you peek into Celadon Gym, you can often see Erika snoozing.
Koga Warden Slowpoke's House Koga is said to have a thorough knowledge of medicine. He even concocts medicine to nurse his Pokémon to health.
Sabrina Saffron City Pokémon Center People say that Sabrina can communicate with her Pokémon during battle without speaking.
Blaine Resort Gorgeous Blaine is said only to remove his shades when he is thinking up new riddles.
Lorelei Five Island Pokémon Center Known for her logical, calculated, and cool battling style, Lorelei has a surprising secret!
Bruno Pokémon Trainer Fan Club Bruno apparently joined the Elite Four out of his burning ambition to battle the best Trainers.
Agatha Seven Island Pokémon Center In her youth, Agatha and Prof. Oak were rivals.
Lance Indigo Plateau Lance's grandfather is thought to be the elder of a famous clan of dragon masters.

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