Talk:Celadon City

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The citizens take pride in the city's beauty and think the casino is bad for their image. Wasn't that last one just one or two? Because no one complained in GSC...--BJG

Due to the nature of the games, what a couple of people say is probably what most people feel, unless people say positive things about it as well. The lack of Team Rocket and time to get used to it may have also helped their tolerance. FabuVinny 15:29, 22 January 2006 (CST)


How come you cannot go to the second floor of the hotel in the bottom right corner of the city? I want to know..........

What Hotel? OptimatumTalk|03:32 8 Mar 2008
its a hotel thats exactly like a Pokemon center. you cant go to the secnod floor because theres no reason to. also, please sign your comments. MAGNEDETH 03:37, 8 March 2008 (UTC)

Scissor Street

When was it ever confirmed that Scissor Street was part of Celadon? In fact they visit Scissor Street two episodes after Ash wins his Rainbow Badge, and the city featured in the episode in between these two episodes (the episode Hypno's Naptime) is labeled as a different city.

----HoennMaster 15:17, 5 July 2008 (UTC)

Celadon university

Shouldn't there be a seperate page for celadon university? As far as I know, the only mention of it on this entire wiki is on this page. There are seperate pages for Rustboro, Jubilife, Snowpoint, and Violet city schools, so why not this one?--Bonslywizard10 00:51, 29 June 2010 (UTC)

There is one major difference though. The ammount of information we have. The Rustboro, Jubilife and Violet City schools are all in the games, so they are notable. Snowpoint school is the location for an episode in the anime, so it gets an anime location article. Celadon university was mentioned in one episode. What is there that an article could say that isn't already in this article? Werdnae (talk) 01:20, 29 June 2010 (UTC)
Actually, it was mentioned (perhaps indirectly, I'm not sure) in two of the anime, "Chikorita's big upset" and "Fossil fools". In addition to that, it is featured in a chapter of the Pokemon Adventures manga. And if that is not enough, we could add a section on the known teachers and their classes (Erika, Nurse Joy, Oak) and it can also be mentioned that Bill was a student there. And even if there is not enough information to create a seperate page, there is definately enough to create at least a "Places of interest" section on this page, as apposed to it only being mentioned in the manga/anime sections.--Bonslywizard10 15:57, 29 June 2010 (UTC)
Since when I brought it to the attention of some admins they decided to kill the Snowpoint School article, I'd say it probably wouldn't be enough for its own article. Just expand the section here. Werdnae (talk) 20:04, 29 June 2010 (UTC)

Eighth Largest City

I couldn't help but notice that both Veilstone and Celadon are stated on their pages to be the eighth largest city in the Pokemon World. It might just be me but they do not look the same size. Perhaps a list of cities by size could be compiled to avoid confusion like this? Sormeki 14:26, 19 May 2012 (UTC)

Wild Pokemon...

Is the listing incomplete, or is it really impossible to encounter Pokemon by Surfing in Generation I and by fishing in Generation II and IV? RiverShock (talk) 13:38, 2 December 2012 (UTC)

Gym missing

Is it just me or is the infobox missing info about the gym?--Cobalt174 (talk) 18:38, 5 January 2013 (UTC)

Fixed. ☆The Solar Dragon☆ 18:56, 5 January 2013 (UTC)

Spanish Name

"Azul" doesn't mean "Azure" in spanish, it means "blue", while "Azulón" can be translated to "Azure" since it's the spanish name of that color, it's not very used though, since it's a term used mainly in heraldry, in everyday speech we you'd usually use "celeste" or "azul cielo". I will edit the page to reflect this, so I hope somebody from the Project Cities and Towns can validate the change. Godshawk (talk) 03:51, 19 July 2014 (UTC)