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'''Pokémon Labs''' are the places where [[Professor|Pokémon Professors]] ([[Professor Oak|Oak]], [[Professor Elm|Elm]], [[Professor Birch|Birch]], [[Professor Rowan|Rowan]], or [[Professor Juniper|Juniper]]) give the Trainer a [[Starter Pokémon]] in the beginning of the story. The Labs are the places where the Professors do their research, the research area varies between the Professor in question's area of interest.
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'''Pokémon Labs''' are the places where [[Professor|Pokémon Professors]] ([[Professor Oak|Oak]], [[Professor Elm|Elm]], [[Professor Birch|Birch]], [[Professor Rowan|Rowan]], [[Professor Juniper|Juniper]], or [[Professor Sycamore|Sycamore]]) give the Trainer a [[Starter Pokémon]] in the beginning of the story. The Labs are the places where the Professors do their research, the research area varies between the Professor in question's area of interest.
   
Professor Oak is featured in [[Pokémon Red and Blue|''Pokémon Red'', ''Blue'']] and their remakes, [[Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen|''FireRed'' and ''LeafGreen'']]. In these games, Oak either gives the Trainer a [[Bulbasaur]], a [[Charmander]] or a [[Squirtle]], but in ''[[Pokémon Yellow]]'' he gives the Trainer a [[Pikachu]].
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Professor Oak is featured in [[Pokémon Red & Blue Version|''Pokémon Red'', ''Blue'']] and their remakes, [[Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen Version|''FireRed'' and ''LeafGreen'']]. In these games, Oak either gives the Trainer a [[Bulbasaur]], a [[Charmander]] or a [[Squirtle]], but in ''[[Pokémon Yellow Version: Special Pikachu Edition|Pokémon Yellow]]'' he gives the Trainer a [[Pikachu]].
   
Professor Elm is featured in [[Pokemon Gold and Silver Versions|''Pokémon Gold'', ''Silver'']], [[Pokémon Crystal|''Crystal'']] and their remakes, [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver|''HeartGold'' and ''SoulSilver'']]. In these games, Elm either gives a [[Chikorita]], a [[Cyndaquill]] or a [[Totodile]] to the Trainer. This Pokémon lab is in New Bark Town.
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Professor Elm is featured in [[Pokémon Gold & Silver Version|''Pokémon Gold'', ''Silver'']], [[Pokémon Crystal|''Crystal'']] and their remakes, [[Pokémon HeartGold & SoulSilver Version|''HeartGold'' and ''SoulSilver'']]. In these games, Elm either gives a [[Chikorita]], a [[Cyndaquill]] or a [[Totodile]] to the Trainer. This Pokémon lab is in New Bark Town.
   
Professor Birch is featured in [[Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire|''Pokémon Ruby'', ''Sapphire'']] and [[Pokémon Emerald|''Emerald'']]. In these games, Birch either gives the Trainer a [[Treecko]], a [[Torchic]] or a [[Mudkip]].
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Professor Birch is featured in [[Pokémon Ruby & Sapphire Version|''Pokémon Ruby'', ''Sapphire'']] and [[Pokémon Emerald|''Emerald'']]. In these games, Birch either gives the Trainer a [[Treecko]], a [[Torchic]] or a [[Mudkip]].
   
Professor Rowan is featured in [[Pokémon Diamond and Pearl|''Pokémon Diamond'', ''Pearl'']] and [[Pokémon Platinum|''Platinum'']]. In these games, Rowan either gives the Trainer a [[Turtwig]], a [[Chimchar]], or a [[Piplup]].
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Professor Rowan is featured in [[Pokémon Diamond & Pearl Version|''Pokémon Diamond'', ''Pearl'']] and [[Pokémon Platinum|''Platinum'']]. In these games, Rowan either gives the Trainer a [[Turtwig]], a [[Chimchar]], or a [[Piplup]].
   
Professor Juniper is featured in ''[[Pokémon Black and White]], Black 2 and White 2''. In these games, Juniper either gives the Trainer a [[Snivy]], a [[Tepig]] or an [[Oshawott]].
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Professor Juniper is featured in ''[[Pokémon Black & White Version|Pokémon Black and White]], Black 2 and White 2''. In these games, Juniper either gives the Trainer a [[Snivy]], a [[Tepig]] or an [[Oshawott]].
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Professor Sycamore is featured in "[[Pokémon X & Y|Pokémon X and Y]]". In these games, Sycamore either gives the player a [[Chespin]], a [[Fennekin]] or a [[Froakie]]. He later gives the player a Bulbasaur, a Charmander or a Squirtle.
   
 
Each Generation has three different starter [[Pokémon]], most of whom are Grass, Fire or Water-type Pokémon.
 
Each Generation has three different starter [[Pokémon]], most of whom are Grass, Fire or Water-type Pokémon.
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[[Category:Hoenn locations]]
 
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Latest revision as of 04:59, August 19, 2014

Pokémon Labs are the places where Pokémon Professors (Oak, Elm, Birch, Rowan, Juniper, or Sycamore) give the Trainer a Starter Pokémon in the beginning of the story. The Labs are the places where the Professors do their research, the research area varies between the Professor in question's area of interest.

Professor Oak is featured in Pokémon Red, Blue and their remakes, FireRed and LeafGreen. In these games, Oak either gives the Trainer a Bulbasaur, a Charmander or a Squirtle, but in Pokémon Yellow he gives the Trainer a Pikachu.

Professor Elm is featured in Pokémon Gold, Silver, Crystal and their remakes, HeartGold and SoulSilver. In these games, Elm either gives a Chikorita, a Cyndaquill or a Totodile to the Trainer. This Pokémon lab is in New Bark Town.

Professor Birch is featured in Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire and Emerald. In these games, Birch either gives the Trainer a Treecko, a Torchic or a Mudkip.

Professor Rowan is featured in Pokémon Diamond, Pearl and Platinum. In these games, Rowan either gives the Trainer a Turtwig, a Chimchar, or a Piplup.

Professor Juniper is featured in Pokémon Black and White, Black 2 and White 2. In these games, Juniper either gives the Trainer a Snivy, a Tepig or an Oshawott.

Professor Sycamore is featured in "Pokémon X and Y". In these games, Sycamore either gives the player a Chespin, a Fennekin or a Froakie. He later gives the player a Bulbasaur, a Charmander or a Squirtle.

Each Generation has three different starter Pokémon, most of whom are Grass, Fire or Water-type Pokémon.

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