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Pokémon Trainer Fan Club

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Not to be confused with Pokémon Fan Club.

The Pokémon Trainer Fan Club is a club dedicated to famous Trainers. The Pokémon Trainer Fan Club has branches in Kanto and Hoenn. In both regions, the Pokémon Trainer Fan Club has a signpost that reads:

POKéMON TRAINER FAN CLUB
Many TRAINERS have scribbled their
names on this sign.

Kanto

Saffron City's Trainer Fan Club

In Kanto, the Fan Club is located in Saffron City, to the right of the Pokémon Mart. It only exists in Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen. Before completing the Pokémon League, the fan club members will be fans of non-player characters. After completing the Pokémon League, some members will still be fans of these characters, and will move to the rear of the building, whilst those to the front of the building will become the player's fans. The non-player characters include Gym Leaders such as Koga and Sabrina, Elite Four members and the player's Rival. Any other people that have taken part in Link Battles with the player will also be supported.

Hoenn

In Hoenn, the Fan Club is located to the right of the Pokémon Center situated in Lilycove City. Once the player has defeated the Pokémon League, several members of the fan club announce themselves as fans of the player. In addition to this, and before the completion of the Pokémon League, there will be other members who are fans of some non-player characters. These include Gym Leaders such as Norman, Elite Four members such as Glacia, the Champion Steven, and also the most recent person to have mixed records with the player's game cartridge. Winning or losing in Link Battles respectively increases or decreases the number of members who are supporting the player.

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