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'''Professor Oak's Lab''' is a laboratory in [[Pallet Town]], where [[Professor Oak]] lives and studies pokémon. He gives away all Kanto starter pokémon here.
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'''Professor Oak's Lab''' is a laboratory in [[Pallet Town]], where [[Professor Oak]] lives and studies pokémon. He gives away the Kanto starter Pokémon here.
   
 
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==In the Anime==
 
==In the Anime==
The laboratory debuted in the first episode, [[Pokémon - I Choose You!]], when [[Ash]] received his [[Pikachu]]. Since then, it has been seen in many episodes, mostly in the start and ending of a region adventure, but also in Pokémon Chronicles and in the movies. The building stands out in[[ Pallet Town]] for its wind turbine, the three windows of the inner balcony, and for the four windows of the second floor. Every time Ash captures a Pokémon when he has six already with him, the new Pokémon is automatically transported here. [[Ash]] also has a habit of leaving all of his Pokémon besides [[Pikachu]] here each time he leaves for a new region, starting with [[Hoenn]].
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The laboratory debuted in the first episode, [[Pokémon - I Choose You!]], when [[Ash]] received his [[Pikachu]]. Since then, it has been seen in many episodes, mostly in the start and ending of a region adventure, but also in Pokémon Chronicles and in the movies. The building stands out in [[Pallet Town]] because of its wind turbine, the three windows of the inner balcony, and the four windows of the second floor. Every time Ash captures a Pokémon when he has six already with him, the new Pokémon is automatically transported here. Ash also has a habit of leaving all of his Pokémon besides [[Pikachu]] here each time he leaves for a new region, starting with [[Hoenn]].
   
 
==In the Games==
 
==In the Games==
In the Games, the Lab is where Professor Oak is if you ever want to speak to him at all for any reason. He studies Pokémon all day in his lab and has two or three aides helping him at all times. There are many machines in the lab that look very high-tech, but you can not touch them. One of the Machines is a [[Pokédex]], professor Oak gives that and 5 [[Poké balls]] to the trainers that come and get one of the [[Starter Pokémon]] from him. The Pokémon are kept on a table in the top-right corner and you're allowed to choose any. After you beat the game, you can come here to get the [[National Pokédex]] from him.
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In the Games, the Lab is where Professor Oak is if the player needs speak to him for help or advice. He studies Pokémon all day in his lab and has two or three aides helping him at all times. There are many machines in the lab that look very high-tech, but you can not touch them. One of the Machines is a [[Pokédex]], which Professor Oak gives to the player along with 5 [[Poké balls]] when they get a [[Starter Pokémon]] from him. The Pokémon are kept on a table in the top-right corner and the player is allowed to choose any of them. After beating the game, the player can return here to get the [[National Pokédex]] from Oak.
 
[[Category:Buildings]]
 
[[Category:Buildings]]
 
[[Category:Kanto locations]]
 
[[Category:Kanto locations]]

Revision as of 03:35, August 12, 2012

Professor Oak's Lab
Professor Oak's lab.
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Professor Oak's Lab is a laboratory in Pallet Town, where Professor Oak lives and studies pokémon. He gives away the Kanto starter Pokémon here.

In the Anime

The laboratory debuted in the first episode, Pokémon - I Choose You!, when Ash received his Pikachu. Since then, it has been seen in many episodes, mostly in the start and ending of a region adventure, but also in Pokémon Chronicles and in the movies. The building stands out in Pallet Town because of its wind turbine, the three windows of the inner balcony, and the four windows of the second floor. Every time Ash captures a Pokémon when he has six already with him, the new Pokémon is automatically transported here. Ash also has a habit of leaving all of his Pokémon besides Pikachu here each time he leaves for a new region, starting with Hoenn.

In the Games

In the Games, the Lab is where Professor Oak is if the player needs speak to him for help or advice. He studies Pokémon all day in his lab and has two or three aides helping him at all times. There are many machines in the lab that look very high-tech, but you can not touch them. One of the Machines is a Pokédex, which Professor Oak gives to the player along with 5 Poké balls when they get a Starter Pokémon from him. The Pokémon are kept on a table in the top-right corner and the player is allowed to choose any of them. After beating the game, the player can return here to get the National Pokédex from Oak.

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