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}}'''Pallet Town''' (Japanese: '''マサラタウン''' ''Masara Town'') is where [[Ash Ketchum]] from the anime was born and his rival in the games. It is his hometown throughout his adventures and his mom stays in it all throughout. This Town's Pokémon lab is also where [[Professor Oak]] lives and studies Pokémon. Pallet Town appears in [[Pokemon Red/Blue]] and [[Pokémon Yellow]] with 2 houses, one [[Red (game)|Red]]'s and one [[Blue (pokemon trainer)|Blue]]'s, and the Laboratory where [[Professor Oak]] is located. The Japanese motto is "''Masara is the colour of pure white beginnings''". It is the smallest town in the game.
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'''Pallet Town''' (Japanese: '''マサラタウン''' ''Masara Town'') is where [[Ash Ketchum]] from the anime was born and his rival in the games. It is his hometown throughout his adventures and his mom stays in it all throughout. This Town's Pokémon lab is also where [[Professor Oak]] lives and studies Pokémon. Pallet Town appears in [[Pokémon Red & Blue Version|Pokémon Red/Blue]] and [[Pokémon Yellow]] with 2 houses, one [[Red (game)|Red]]'s and one [[Blue (game)|Blue]]'s, and the Laboratory where [[Professor Oak]] is located. The Japanese motto is "''Masara is the colour of pure white beginnings''". It is the smallest town in the game.
   
 
==History==
 
==History==
Many famous people come from Pallet Town, such as [[Ash Ketchum]], [[Gary Oak]], [[Red]], [[Blue]], [[Leaf]], and [[Professor Oak|Samuel Oak]]. There are only two routes linking Pallet town to other places, which means that it doesn't have much commerce. One of the routes (Route 21 south) is a water route so they get almost nothing coming in from there and the other is the only place where they actually travel on, Route 1 (North). The main trading city is [[Viridian City]], where they get their supplies as there is no [[Pokémart]] or [[Pokemon Center]] in the town (though in the game, your mom heals you). This is where all Pokémon trainers start out, as it is where professor Oak gives out the [[Starter Pokémon]].
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Many famous people come from Pallet Town, such as Ash Ketchum, Gary Oak, Red, Blue, [[Leaf (game)|Leaf]], and Samuel Oak. There are only two routes linking Pallet Town to other places, which means that it doesn't have much commerce. One of the routes (Route 21 south) is a water route so they get almost nothing coming in from there and the other is the only place where they actually travel on, Route 1 (North). The main trading city is [[Viridian City]], where they get their supplies as there is no [[Pokémart]] or [[Pokémon Center]] in the town (though in the game, your mom heals you). This is where all Pokémon trainers start out, as it is where Professor Oak gives out the [[Starter Pokémon]].
   
 
==Notable Places==
 
==Notable Places==
 
===Player's House===
 
===Player's House===
 
[[File:Player House Yellow.png|thumb|The player in his house in ''[[Pokémon Yellow: Special Pikachu Edition|Pokémon Yellow]]''.]]
 
[[File:Player House Yellow.png|thumb|The player in his house in ''[[Pokémon Yellow: Special Pikachu Edition|Pokémon Yellow]]''.]]
This house is where you begin your journey, it has two floors. In your room (the upper floor), there is a PC, which the player can store and deposit items on and a NES. When the player first starts the game, there is a [[Potion]] which can he/she can withdraw. After he/she obtains the [[Pokédex]] and his/her [[Starter Pokémon]] from [[Professor Oak]], the player's mom starts to heal the player's [[Pokémon (species)|Pokémon]].
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This house is where you begin your journey, it has two floors. In your room (the upper floor), there is a PC, which the player can store and deposit items on and a SNES. When the player first starts the game, there is a [[Potion]] which can he/she can withdraw. After he/she obtains the [[Pokédex]] and his/her [[Starter Pokémon]] from Professor Oak, the player's mom starts to heal the player's [[Pokémon (species)|Pokémon]].
   
 
===Rival's House===
 
===Rival's House===
Your Rival's house, has only one floor. Once, Professor Oak has given you the Pokédex, Daisy (your rival's sister) will give you the Town Map and also grooms one of your Pokémon
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Your Rival's house, has only one floor. Once, Professor Oak has given you the Pokédex, [[Daisy Oak|Daisy]] (your rival's sister) will give you the Town Map and also grooms one of your Pokémon.
   
 
===Professor Oak's Lab===
 
===Professor Oak's Lab===
[[Professor Oak]] lives and studies Pokémon in his lab. This is where Professor Oak, will give you your first Pokémon - [[Bulbasaur]], [[Charmander]] or [[Squirtle]].
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Professor Oak lives and studies Pokémon in his lab. This is where Professor Oak, will give you your first Pokémon - [[Bulbasaur]], [[Charmander]] or [[Squirtle]].
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==Pokémon==
 
==Pokémon==
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===Generation I/First Generation===
 
===Generation I/First Generation===
====Starters====
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===Generation III/Third Generation===
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===='''Starters'''====
 
* [[Bulbasaur]]-Lv.5-Initial Pokémon-Red,Blue.
 
* [[Bulbasaur]]-Lv.5-Initial Pokémon-Red,Blue.
 
* [[Charmander]]-Lv.5-Initial Pokémon-Red,Blue.
 
* [[Charmander]]-Lv.5-Initial Pokémon-Red,Blue.
 
* [[Squirtle]]-Lv.5-Initial Pokémon-Red,Blue.
 
* [[Squirtle]]-Lv.5-Initial Pokémon-Red,Blue.
 
* [[Pikachu]]-Lv.5-Initial Pokémon-Yellow.
 
* [[Pikachu]]-Lv.5-Initial Pokémon-Yellow.
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===='''Starters'''====
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* [[Bulbasaur]]-Lv.5-Initial Pokémon-FireRed,LeafGreen.
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* [[Charmander]]-Lv.5-Initial Pokémon-FireRed,LeafGreen.
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* [[Squirtle]]-Lv.5-Initial Pokémon-FireRed,LeafGreen.
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==== Wild====
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==== '''Wild'''====
 
* [[Magikarp]]-Lv.5-Go Fishing-Red,Blue and Yellow.
 
* [[Magikarp]]-Lv.5-Go Fishing-Red,Blue and Yellow.
 
* [[Poliwag]]-Lv.10-Go Fishing-Red,Blue and Yellow.
 
* [[Poliwag]]-Lv.10-Go Fishing-Red,Blue and Yellow.
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* [[Tentacool]]-Lv.10-20-Go Fishing-Yellow
 
* [[Tentacool]]-Lv.10-20-Go Fishing-Yellow
 
* [[Staryu]]- Lv.5-10-Go Fishing-Yellow.
 
* [[Staryu]]- Lv.5-10-Go Fishing-Yellow.
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===Generation II/Second Generation===
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===='''Wild'''====
====Wild====
 
 
* [[Tentacool]]-Lv.30-39-Surfing-Gold,Silver,Crystal.
 
* [[Tentacool]]-Lv.30-39-Surfing-Gold,Silver,Crystal.
 
* [[Tentacruel]]-Lv.35-39-Surfing-Gold,Silver,Crystal.
 
* [[Tentacruel]]-Lv.35-39-Surfing-Gold,Silver,Crystal.
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* [[Chinchou]]-Lv.40-Go Fishing-Gold,Silver,Crystal.
 
* [[Chinchou]]-Lv.40-Go Fishing-Gold,Silver,Crystal.
 
* [[Lanturn]]-Lv.40-Go Fishing-Gold,Silver,Crystal.
 
* [[Lanturn]]-Lv.40-Go Fishing-Gold,Silver,Crystal.
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===Generation III/Third Generation===
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==== '''Wild'''====
====Starters====
 
* [[Bulbasaur]]-Lv.5-Initial Pokémon-FireRed,LeafGreen.
 
* [[Charmander]]-Lv.5-Initial Pokémon-FireRed,LeafGreen.
 
* [[Squirtle]]-Lv.5-Initial Pokémon-FireRed,LeafGreen.
 
 
==== Wild====
 
 
* [[Tentacool]]-Lv.5-40-Surfing-FireRed,LeafGreen.
 
* [[Tentacool]]-Lv.5-40-Surfing-FireRed,LeafGreen.
 
* [[Magikarp]]-Lv.5-Go Fishing-FireRed,LeafGreen.
 
* [[Magikarp]]-Lv.5-Go Fishing-FireRed,LeafGreen.
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* [[Staryu]]-Lv.15-25-Go Fishing-LeafGreen.
 
* [[Staryu]]-Lv.15-25-Go Fishing-LeafGreen.
 
* [[Gyarados]]-Lv.15-25-Go Fishing-FireRed,LeafGreen.
 
* [[Gyarados]]-Lv.15-25-Go Fishing-FireRed,LeafGreen.
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==Trainer Tips==
 
==Trainer Tips==
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==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
<gallery captionalign="left">
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Map of Pallet Town.PNG|Pallet Town in Generation I
 
Map of Pallet Town.PNG|Pallet Town in Generation I
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Pallet Town.PNG|Pallet Town in "The Dream Continues!"
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*If the player presses A on the TV in the player's house in the living room, the message log will say "Four boys are walking on a railroad track." This is a reference to the movie ''[[wikipedia:Stand_By_Me_(film)|Stand By Me]]'', based off the book by [[wikipedia:Stephen King|Stephen King]].
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*If the player presses A on the TV in the player's house in the living room, the message log will say "Four boys are walking on a railroad track." This is a reference to the movie ''[[wikipedia:Stand By Me (film)|Stand By Me]]'', based off the book by [[wikipedia:Stephen King|Stephen King]].
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*Pallet Town has no gym unlike other settlements in Kanto.
   
 
{{Kanto}}
 
{{Kanto}}

Latest revision as of 05:47, August 30, 2014

Pallet Town
マサラタウン Masara Town
"Shades of your journey await!"
Pallet Town
Location info
Region: Kanto
Connecting routes: ↑North - Route 1
↓South - Route 21
Pallet Town Kanto Map
Location of Pallet Town in Kanto.
Settlements

Pallet Town (Japanese: マサラタウン Masara Town) is where Ash Ketchum from the anime was born and his rival in the games. It is his hometown throughout his adventures and his mom stays in it all throughout. This Town's Pokémon lab is also where Professor Oak lives and studies Pokémon. Pallet Town appears in Pokémon Red/Blue and Pokémon Yellow with 2 houses, one Red's and one Blue's, and the Laboratory where Professor Oak is located. The Japanese motto is "Masara is the colour of pure white beginnings". It is the smallest town in the game.

HistoryEdit

Many famous people come from Pallet Town, such as Ash Ketchum, Gary Oak, Red, Blue, Leaf, and Samuel Oak. There are only two routes linking Pallet Town to other places, which means that it doesn't have much commerce. One of the routes (Route 21 south) is a water route so they get almost nothing coming in from there and the other is the only place where they actually travel on, Route 1 (North). The main trading city is Viridian City, where they get their supplies as there is no Pokémart or Pokémon Center in the town (though in the game, your mom heals you). This is where all Pokémon trainers start out, as it is where Professor Oak gives out the Starter Pokémon.

Notable PlacesEdit

Player's HouseEdit

Player House Yellow

The player in his house in Pokémon Yellow.

This house is where you begin your journey, it has two floors. In your room (the upper floor), there is a PC, which the player can store and deposit items on and a SNES. When the player first starts the game, there is a Potion which can he/she can withdraw. After he/she obtains the Pokédex and his/her Starter Pokémon from Professor Oak, the player's mom starts to heal the player's Pokémon.

Rival's HouseEdit

Your Rival's house, has only one floor. Once, Professor Oak has given you the Pokédex, Daisy (your rival's sister) will give you the Town Map and also grooms one of your Pokémon.

Professor Oak's LabEdit

Professor Oak lives and studies Pokémon in his lab. This is where Professor Oak, will give you your first Pokémon - Bulbasaur, Charmander or Squirtle.


PokémonEdit

Generation I/First GenerationEdit

 Generation II/Second GenerationEdit

Generation III/Third GenerationEdit

StartersEdit

StartersEdit

  • Bulbasaur-Lv.5-Initial Pokémon-FireRed,LeafGreen.
  • Charmander-Lv.5-Initial Pokémon-FireRed,LeafGreen.
  • Squirtle-Lv.5-Initial Pokémon-FireRed,LeafGreen.

WildEdit

  • Magikarp-Lv.5-Go Fishing-Red,Blue and Yellow.
  • Poliwag-Lv.10-Go Fishing-Red,Blue and Yellow.
  • Goldeen-Lv.10-Go Fishing-Red,Blue and Yellow.
  • Poliwag-Lv.15-Go Fishing-Red,Blue.
  • Tentacool-Lv.15-Go Fishing-Red,Blue.
  • Tentacool-Lv.10-20-Go Fishing-Yellow
  • Staryu- Lv.5-10-Go Fishing-Yellow.

WildEdit

  • Tentacool-Lv.30-39-Surfing-Gold,Silver,Crystal.
  • Tentacruel-Lv.35-39-Surfing-Gold,Silver,Crystal.
  • Tentacool-Lv.10-Go Fishing-Gold,Silver,Crystal.
  • Magikarp-Lv.10-Go Fishing-Gold,Silver,Crystal.
  • Tentacool-Lv.20-Go Fishing-Gold,Silver,Crystal.
  • Shellder-Lv.20-Go Fishing-Gold,Silver,Crystal.
  • Magikarp-Lv.20-Go Fishing-Gold,Silver,Crystal.
  • Chinchou-Lv.20-Go Fishing-Gold,Silver,Crystal.
  • Tentacruel-Lv.40-Go Fishing-Gold,Silver,Crystal.
  • Shellder-Lv.40-Go Fishing-Gold,Silver,Crystal.
  • Chinchou-Lv.40-Go Fishing-Gold,Silver,Crystal.
  • Lanturn-Lv.40-Go Fishing-Gold,Silver,Crystal.

WildEdit

  • Tentacool-Lv.5-40-Surfing-FireRed,LeafGreen.
  • Magikarp-Lv.5-Go Fishing-FireRed,LeafGreen.
  • Krabby-Lv.5-15-Go Fishing-FireRed,LeafGreen.
  • Horsea-Lv.5-15-Go Fishing-FireRed,LeafGreen.
  • Psyduck-Lv.25-35-Go Fishing-FireRed.
  • Slowpoke-Lv.25-35-Go Fishing-LeafGreen.
  • Shellder-Lv.15-25-Go Fishing-FireRed.
  • Kingler-Lv.25-35-Go Fishing-LeafGreen.
  • Seadra-Lv.25-35-Go Fishing-LeafGreen.
  • Staryu-Lv.15-25-Go Fishing-LeafGreen.
  • Gyarados-Lv.15-25-Go Fishing-FireRed,LeafGreen.

Trainer TipsEdit

3rd GenerationEdit

"Press START to open the MENU."

GalleryEdit

TriviaEdit

  • If the player presses A on the TV in the player's house in the living room, the message log will say "Four boys are walking on a railroad track." This is a reference to the movie Stand By Me, based off the book by Stephen King.
  • Pallet Town has no gym unlike other settlements in Kanto.

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