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==Items==
 
==Items==
* [[Poké Ball]] (5) - From [[Oak]] upon reciept of [[Oak's Parcel|his parcel]]
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* [[Poké Ball]] (5) - From [[Oak]] after he recieves [[Oak's Parcel|his parcel]]
* [[Town Map]] - From [[Daisy Oak|Daisy]] after the player has his/her [[starter Pokémon]]
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* [[Town Map]] - From [[Daisy Oak|Daisy]] after the player obtains his/her [[starter Pokémon]]
   
 
==Pokémon==
 
==Pokémon==
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==In the Pokémon Special manga==
 
==In the Pokémon Special manga==
In the [[Red, Green & Blue chapter (Special)|Red, Green & Blue chapter]] Pallet Town is visited in the rounds ''[[PS001|Glimpse of the Glow]]'', ''[[PS002|Bulbasaur, Come Home!]]'' and ''[[PS003|The Secret of Kangaskhan]]'' for being the hometown of the main character [[Red (Special)|Red]] and the place where is located [[Professor Oak's Laboratory]]. The town also has a forest where Red and [[Green (Special)|Green]] sees a {{p|Mew}}.
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In the [[Red, Green & Blue chapter (Special)|Red, Green & Blue chapter]] Pallet Town is visited in the rounds ''[[PS001|Glimpse of the Glow]]'', ''[[PS002|Bulbasaur, Come Home!]]'' and ''[[PS003|The Secret of Kangaskhan]]'' for being the hometown of the main character [[Red (Special)|Red]] and the place where [[Professor Oak's Laboratory]] is located. The town also has a forest where Red and [[Green (Special)|Green]] sees a {{p|Mew}}. Later, the entire townspeople are kidnapped and held hostage in [[Silph Co.]] Near the end of the series, it is revealed that [[Blue (Special)|Blue]] also was born in Pallet Town.
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In the FRLG chapter of Special, Red and Green are attacked by a [[Deoxys (Pokémon)|Deoxys]] here.
   
 
==Notes==
 
==Notes==

Revision as of 00:33, 23 July 2007

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Pallet Town (Japanese: マサラタウン Masara Town) is where players of Generation I games, as well as several other notable trainers, start their Pokémon journeys in Kanto. It is based on Machida, Tokyo, Satoshi Tajiri's hometown; but its location on the map better corresponds to somewhere in the Shizuoka Prefecture.

The town in the video games is located in western Kanto, nestled between Route 1 to the north and Route 21, a water route, to the south.

Places of interest

Professor Oak's Lab

Main article: Professor Oak's Laboratory

In the southeast corner of town is Professor Oak's Lab. Here, Pokémon trainers just beginning their quest can receive either a Bulbasaur, Charmander, or Squirtle from Professor Oak. The exception to this was for Ash Ketchum, who got Pikachu from Oak because he woke up late the day he was supposed to get his Trainer's License.

Items

Pokémon

Generation I

Name Games Location Levels Rate
Bulbasaur R B Professor Oak's Lab 5 Starter Pokémon
Charmander R B Professor Oak's Lab 5 Starter Pokémon
Squirtle R B Professor Oak's Lab 5 Starter Pokémon
Pikachu Y Professor Oak's Lab 5 Starter Pokémon
Poliwag R B Fishing 50%
Tentacool R B Fishing 50%
Y Fishing 40%
Staryu Y Fishing 60%

Generation II

Name Games Location Levels Rate
All Times
Tentacool G S C Fishing (Old/Good) 10, 20
G S C Surfing 30-39 90%
Tentacruel G S C Fishing (Super) 40 100%
G S C Surfing 35-39 10%
Magikarp G S C Fishing (Old/Good) 10, 20

Generation III

Name Games Location Levels Rate
Bulbasaur FR LG Professor Oak's Lab 5 Starter Pokémon
Charmander FR LG Professor Oak's Lab 5 Starter Pokémon
Squirtle FR LG Professor Oak's Lab 5 Starter Pokémon
Psyduck FR Fishing (Super) 1%
Tentacool FR LG Surfing 100%
Slowpoke LG Fishing (Super) 1%
Shellder FR Fishing (Super) 40%
Krabby FR Fishing (Good) 20%
LG Fishing (Good) 60%
LG Fishing (Super) 40%
Kingler LG Fishing (Super) 4%
Horsea FR Fishing (Good) 60%
FR Fishing (Super) 40%
LG Fishing (Good) 20%
Seadra FR Fishing (Super) 4%
Staryu LG Fishing (Super) 40%
Magikarp FR LG Fishing
(Old)
100%
FR LG Fishing (Good) 20%
Gyarados FR LG Fishing (Super) 15%

Trainer Tips

Fire Red/Leaf Green

・Press start to open the menu!

In the Pokémon Special manga

In the Red, Green & Blue chapter Pallet Town is visited in the rounds Glimpse of the Glow, Bulbasaur, Come Home! and The Secret of Kangaskhan for being the hometown of the main character Red and the place where Professor Oak's Laboratory is located. The town also has a forest where Red and Green sees a Mew. Later, the entire townspeople are kidnapped and held hostage in Silph Co. Near the end of the series, it is revealed that Blue also was born in Pallet Town.

In the FRLG chapter of Special, Red and Green are attacked by a Deoxys here.

Notes

  • Aside from Ash Ketchum, other notable trainers who have left Pallet Town include Gary Oak, Gilbert, Red and Green. In the Pokémon Special manga, Pallet Town is famous for being the hometown of many great trainers, including Professor Oak.
  • The town's motto is a reference to the color-named cities of Kanto.

References

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