Littleroot Town is a small township located in the southern region of Hoenn, surrounded on all sides by thick forest. This is the town where players begin in the game Pokémon Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald.
Welcome to your new home in Littleroot Town. This is where your journey begins. You have just moved to this town after riding the uncomfortable truck. Your father, Norman, is already at work in Petalburg City, so your mother is taking care of getting everything put away. Thankfully, a moving company's Pokémon are doing the most work, which are the Machokes (Vigoroth for Pokémon Emerald).
Next, you go upstairs to check out your room. Refer the diary on the table as well, it will be useful for your journey. Then click on the clock to reset it.
After you reset it, go downstairs and your Mom will tell you to watch TV about your Dad. But it is over once you see it. Then your mother tell you to visit Prof. Birch. But first, you will have to visit your neighbours first.
Which house you live in depending on whether you decides to choose a boy or a girl. If you choose to be a girl, you live at the house on the right. If you choose to be a boy, you live at the house on the left. When it comes to visit your neighbor, which is soon, visit the house just opposite yours.
Blocked Route 101
Route 101 is blocked by a little boy because you don't have your Pokémon yet! Visit your neighbors first then come back here.
It's time to meet your neighbour. Visit the houses next to yours and you will be greeted by a woman. Then head upstairs to meet your new friend (or rival). If you choose a boy, she will be a girl and called "May". If you choose a girl, he will be a boy and called "Brendan". After chatting, your rival will go downstairs and went off.
Rescue Prof. Birch
After meeting the Birch's family, head north of the town to Route 101. You will see a boy standing in front of the Route, telling something about someone is shouting. This sounds trouble. As you head out, you heard a scream. It turns out to be Prof. Birch chase by a Poochyena (Zigzagoon for Pokémon Emerald). He will ask you to reach for his bag and take out a Pokémon.
To rescue him, you have to take out a Pokémon to battle with the wild Pokémon. Take note that the Pokémon you choose will be your first Pokémon you will use for the entire game, so choose the Pokémon you like the most. You can choose either Grass-type Treecko, Fire-type Torchic or Water-type Mudkip. Battle with it and save Prof. Birch.
Prof. Birch is grateful for your assistance. As a reward, he let you keep the Pokémon you selected earlier. With your first Pokémon, you can now head out of town and start battling.
After Rival Battle #1
After you battle your rival at Route 103, Prof. Birch is impressed with you and gives you a Pokédex so you can catalog your finds. Your rival will gives you 5 Poké Balls so you can start catching Pokémon.
Before you leave Littleroot Town, your mother will tell you to wait. She will give you a Running Shoes. These sneakers will help you to run faster by pressing the 'B' button on the Gameboy while moving. You cannot run inside most buildings. But outside of battles? Run free!
After Battling Norman
After you receive the Balance Badge from your father at Petalburg Gym, return to your home. Your mother will give you an Amulet Coin, which you double the amount of money won from battles.
After Defeating The Elite Four
After the credits rolled, you will end up at your house. Head downstairs and your Dad will give you a ticket for the S.S. Tidal, Capt. Stern's new ferry. The ferry is found in the port in either Lilycove City or Slateport City.
Route 101 is located at the north of Littleroot Town, where you save Prof. Birch from the Poochyena (Zigzagoon for Emerald). This is the first place where you can meet the wild Pokémon, as well as catch them. However, until you receive the five Poké Balls from Prof. Birch's child, you can only battle the wild Pokémon you encounter. Return to this route once you get those Poké Balls to fill up your Pokédex.
There are many ledges all over Hoenn. You can jump over the ledges so that you can reach to one place easily. But you can only jump over the ledges at higher ground.
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