Eindoak Town

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Eindoak Town
アイントオーク Eindoak
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Eindoak Town
Region Unova
Debut White—Victini and Zekrom
Black—Victini and Reshiram

Eindoak Town (Japanese: アイントオーク Eindoak) is the setting for the fourteenth movie. It is the relocated home of the "People of the Vale." Long ago, the Kingdom of the Vale engaged in a war which caused a disturbance in the force that kept the land alive and flourishing, the Dragon Force. Left with no other option, the King of the People of the Vale lifted the Sword of the Vale from the ground, and placed it atop a mountain to ease the Dragon Force's fury. The People of the Vale then began anew, and over time erected a village along the mountain ridge where many have come to live. The town boasts bountiful orchards that supply the town with food.

In the anime

Ash, Iris, and Cilan venture to Eindoak Town and take place in their Harvest Festival battle tournament. On their way, Ash saves a pair of Deerling from falling off a cliff with the help of Victini. Ash manages to get back to his friends through a cavern located near the bottom of the castle where he finds the Dark Stone*/Light Stone*. As soon as the trio reunite, they continue to the battle tournament with a little help from Damon. Victini secretly follows close behind them where it secretly powers up Tepig and Scraggy, allowing Ash to win some of his battles. Carlita realizes this source of power, and the group are properly introduced to Victini.

Later, the Mayor of the town, Mannes, tells Ash, Iris, and Cilan the history of Eindoak Town and how it came to be. That evening, Damon announces his plan to relocate the Sword of the Vale back to its original location with the help of Victini and Reshiram*/Zekrom*. The descendants of the People of the Vale agree to this plan, and they allow Damon to move the Sword of the Vale against Victini's will. This causes the dormant Dragon Force beneath Eindoak to erupt and split the earth into fractions.

When the Sword of the Vale is relocated to its new location next to the ocean, Eindoak still remains unharmed, however now without the Sword of the Vale.

In the games

Inside the Pokémon Movie home

The home Pokémon Movie was made available to players for a specific duration. Inside are Pokémon present in the movie, as well as a Victini Doll. Players may view a trailer in the movie in the area they arrive in, or go to the Sword of the Vale. By tucking in Reshiram or Zekrom from a Pokémon event, players can access a new area in the Island of Dreams and play a game with a Victini waiting there. Completing the game once allows them to unlock a promotion that allows them to obtain a C-Gear skin featuring one of the two Pokémon - the one they tucked in, specifically.


Eindoak Town is based on a village in France. The Sword of the Vale was based on Mont Saint Michel.

In other languages

Language Name Origin
Chinese (Taiwan) 艾茵多奧克 Àiyīnduō'àokè Transliteration of its Japanese name

Anime-exclusive locations in Unova
Absentia Natural ParkAmbiga TownAntimony Research LabArea 28Astilbe TownBattle ClubClock towerDeserted IslandEindoak TownFerroseed Research Institute
Full CourtHero's RuinInakano TownKingdom of the ValeLitwick MansionLuxuria TownMilos IslandMistralton TowerN's hideoutNew Tork CityNimbasa Town
Pokémon HillsRainbow ValleyRoshan CityStonesthrow TownSword of the ValeUnnamed forestVertress CityVillage of DragonsWhite RuinsWindy Station
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