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Revision as of 16:49, 10 November 2007

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Lavender Town (Japanese: シオンタウン Shion Town) is a small town located in northeast Kanto, just south of the Rock Tunnel. Though the Lavender Town of Generation I and Generation III is known mainly for ghost sightings in the Pokémon Tower and as the main gravesite of Pokémon, it is noticably modernized in Generation II with the inclusion of a broadcasting station.

North of Lavender is Route 10 and the Rock Tunnel. West of the town is Route 8, while to the south is Route 12 and the Silence Bridge.

Places of Interest

Pokémon Tower

Main article: Pokémon Tower

In Generation I, Pokémon Tower is a seven-floor graveyard that holds the grave of departed Pokémon. Populated by channelers, it was notable for numerous ghost sightings (Pokémon killed by Team Rocket), as well as the location of Team Rocket's kidnapping of Mr. Fuji. By Generation II, however, the tower was converted to the Kanto Radio Tower, with all graves being moved to either the south end of town or underground.

Lavender Volunteer Pokémon House

The Lavender Volunteer Pokémon House, located in central Lavender Town, was founded by Mr. Fuji. The organization exists to care for abandoned and orphaned Pokémon.

Name Rater

The Name Rater is located in the south end of town, and allows the player to change, or grant a nickname to, any of their Pokémon.

Poké Mart

Generations I and III

Item Price (PokémonDollar.png)
Balls
Great Ball 600
Recovery items
Antidote 100
Burn Heal 250
Ice Heal 250
Paralyze Heal 200
Revive 1500
Super Potion 700
Other items
Escape Rope 550
Super Repel 500

Generation II

Item Price (PokémonDollar.png)
Balls
Great Ball 600
Recovery items
Antidote 100
Burn Heal 250
Paralyze Heal 200
Potion 200
Super Potion 700
Other items
Max Repel 700

Trainer Tips

Generations I and III

In the anime

In the anime, Ash travels to Lavender Town to catch a Template:Type2 Pokémon to fight Sabrina, and ends up befriending a Haunter. Later, it appears as the site of the Kanto Battle Dome.

Name origin

Lavender is a light violet color that is distinctive to the Lavender flower. Shion iro (紫苑色) refers to the purple color of Tatarian Aster flowers.

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