|Map description:||The square is a place where Trainers can stroll peacefully with Pokémon.|
Location of Amity Square in Sinnoh.
|Pokémon world locations|
The setup in Amity Square is identical to the Pikachu interaction system that was in Pokémon Yellow. Only certain small Pokémon can be taken for walks in Amity Square, usually of a "cute" appearance. Pokémon will fetch Accessories or Berries for their owners every 200 steps.
In Pokémon Platinum, more Pokémon are allowed in than before, and the area has been expanded and redesigned. It now includes a rather large pool of water on the west side, with a model of the Sinnoh region within. Rather than being able to cross the entire square as in Pokémon Diamond and Pearl, it has been separated into exclusive east and west sides, each only accessible via their respective gate. Of special note, Pokémon Platinum allows all three of the Sinnoh starter Pokémon and their entire evolution families.
The rock huts serve no purpose in Pokémon Diamond and Pearl; however, in Pokémon Platinum, they contain warp points that send the player to another rock hut in the park. Each hut contains three warp points, accessed by walking to the front, left, or right while inside the hut.
After taking an allowable Pokémon for a walk, players will find that their party has been fully healed.
|Only after National Pokédex|
|TM43 (Secret Power)||Lower west side of the grass field, near the west entrance that is south of the man with Pikachu||D P|
|TM43 (Secret Power)||On the rock in the middle of the island||Pt|
|TM45 (Attract)||Upper-east side of the grass field near the boy with Drifloon||D P|
|TM45 (Attract)||Near the warp in the middle-center north of the lake||Pt|
|Spooky Plate||Next to the second rock hut that is near the east-side entrance, to the right of the boy with Drifloon||D P|
|Spooky Plate||On a ledge reachable by warping from the first rock hut in the east entrance: left, left, right||Pt|
|Amulet Coin||Hidden in a rock hut to the left of the boy with Drifloon||D P|
|Amulet Coin||Behind the bench, all the way north from the east entrance||Pt|
Berry and Accessories man
In Pokémon Platinum, a man who, once a day, will give the player five Berries or one Accessory appears in the eastern side of the park. When the player enters the Square, the man will be in one of the isolated locations only accessible through the teleporters in the huts (the teleporter on the north side of a hut will always lead to one of the huts connected to the park's entrance/exit).
So long as the player stays within the park, the man will always offer the same item, but if the player has not accepted an item from the man, he may change the item he offers (as well as his position) if the player exits and reenters the park (such that the scene changes).
|Cornn Berry||Glitter Boulder|
|Magost Berry||Black Pebble|
|Rabuta Berry||Mini Pebble|
|Nomel Berry||Big Scale|
|Spelon Berry||Big Leaf|
|Pamtre Berry||Thick Mushroom|
Found by the player's Pokémon
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Every 200 steps, the player's Pokémon will pick up an Accessory or a Berry. The Accessories the Pokémon may pick up differ depending on the Pokémon. The player can have up to nine of each Accessory; if they already have the maximum amount for an Accessory, their Pokémon will not pick up more of that Accessory (eventually leading to a situation where the Pokémon picks up only Berries if all Accessories are at full capacity).
|Sometimes found||Cornn Berry|
|Occasionally found||Spelon Berry|
In Pokémon Diamond and Pearl
|Pokémon partner||Rarity||Available items|
||Sometimes found||White Fluff|
|Occasionally found||White Beard|
||Sometimes found||Pink Fluff|
|Occasionally found||White Moustache|
|Rarely found||Purple Scale|
|Sometimes found||Jagged Boulder|
|Occasionally found||Narrow Scale|
|Rarely found||Thick Mushroom|
||Sometimes found||Orange Fluff|
|Occasionally found||Glitter Boulder|
|Rarely found||Purple Scale|
|Sometimes found||Pink Scale|
|Occasionally found||Mini Pebble|
|Rarely found||Black Pebble|
In Pokémon Platinum
In the anime
In the manga
Amity Square was mentioned by Cynthia in Suffering Psyduck. She told Diamond and Pearl of an incident where a person had been walking with their Psyduck in Amity Square when it suddenly disappeared. She also remarked how a large group of Psyduck had soon after appeared on Route 210, blocking the path to Celestic Town, and suspected that these two incidents were connected. She also revealed that Mr. Backlot is the owner of Amity Square.
- Amity Square seems to be Game Freak's testing ground for the walking Pokémon system, as the company increased the number of sprites and animations from Pokémon Diamond and Pearl to Pokémon Platinum, effectively granting access to more Pokémon. The system would later come to fruition in Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver in a more expanded state and with all Pokémon and Pokémon forms up to Generation IV supported.
- The northern section of Amity Square draws inspiration from Cappadocia, where houses have been carved from hoodoos.
- It is revealed by a citizen of Hearthome City that Mr. Backlot, owner of the Pokémon Mansion, owns Amity Square. The women at the gates of his mansion say that the owner can be found somewhere on the grounds, but this is false as he is always inside the mansion.
- If the "walk through walls" cheat code is used, the game will pre-select the first Pokémon in the party, which will be taken into the garden with the player; however, it will not be able to be seen or be able to pick up items. The player only notices the Pokémon's presence when speaking to the receptionists of either entrance.
- In Pokémon Diamond and Pearl, if a Shiny Pokémon is taken into Amity Square, its overworld sprite will display the Pokémon's regular color palette rather than the Shiny color palette.
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