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The Kanto region is a region created by Gamefreak for the Generation I games, Red, Green and Blue. It was later expanded slightly in Yellow, with the addition of mini-game location, and further modified in the Generation II games (and their Gen IV remakes). It was also expanded to include the Sevii Islands in the Generation III remakes of Red and Green.
Hacks set in this regionEdit
The following hacks currently use Kanto as a primary setting:
The following hacks currently use Kanto as a secondary setting:
In the official games, the towns in Johto are:
- Pallet Town
- Viridian City
- Pewter City
- Cerulean City
- Vermilion City
- Lavender Town
- Celadon City
- Saffron City
- Fuchsia City
- Cinnabar Island
- Indigo Plateau
Other areas of interest in the official games include:
- Viridian Forest
- Trainer House - First appeared in Gold and Silver
- Pewter Museum of Science
- Mt. Moon
- Sea Cottage
- S.S. Anne - Replaced by S.S. Aqua in Gold and Silver
- Diglett's Cave
- Rock Tunnel
- Pokémon Tower
- Lav Radio Tower - Replaced the Pokémon Tower in Gold and Silver
- Rocket Hideout
- Silph Co.
- Fighting Dojo
- Safari Zone - Replaced with a Pal Park in Generation IV, as well as the Johto Legacy series
- Seafoam Islands
- Victory Road
- Kanto is based on a region in real-life Japan.
- In the international releases, the region was not given a name in Generation I.
- In Japan, the region's name was only mentioned in passing during Generation I.
- Many places that were removed from Kanto during Generation II were restored during the Generation IV remakes. Mateo believes this is at least partially due to fan outcry over their removal in Generation II.