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    Hoenn

    The Hoenn region, the region southwest of Johto, is the setting of the Generation III games Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire and Pokémon Emerald. The names of most of the cities in Hoenn are made of two words put together (Little Root, Fort Tree, Slate Port, etc.). This region is one of the largest and boasts many dramatic environments from rainforest to desert to mountains. Professor Birch of Littleroot Town offers the Pokémon known as Treecko, Torchic or Mudkip to trainers beginning their journey of this vast land.

    Locations

    Cities/Towns

    Littleroot Town

    Petalburg City

    Oldale Town

    Rustboro City

    Dewford Town

    Slateport City

    Mauville City

    Verdanturf Town

    Fallarbor Town

    Lavaridge Town

    Fortree City

    Lilycove City

    Mossdeep City

    Pacifidlog Town

    Sootopolis City

    Ever Grande City

    Hoenn is also the place where trainers can compete in what is known as Pokémon Contests. Contest halls can be found in Verdanturf, Fallarbor, Slateport, and Lilycove in Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire. However, the first three have been replaced by Battle Tents in Pokémon Emerald.

    Areas of interest

    Petalburg Woods

    Rusturf Tunnel

    Granite Cave

    New Mauville

    Mt. Chimney

    Cave of Origin

    Scorched Slab

    Safari Zone

    Seafloor Cavern

    Sealed Chamber

    Southern Island

    Abandoned Ship

    Meteor Falls

    Shoal Cave

    Mt. Pyre

    Jagged Pass

    Sky Pillar

    Island Cave

    Desert Ruins

    Ancient Tomb

    Emerald-exclusive areas

    These areas can only be found in Pokémon Emerald:

    Trainer Hill

    Battle Frontier

    Desert Tunnel

    Altering Cave

    Illusion Tower

    Marine Cave

    Terra Cave

    Routes

    Routes in Hoenn number 101-134, breaking the former pattern set up by Kanto and Johto. This is presumably to discourage the idea of being able to travel back to either region after completion of the game, as was done in Generation II. Some of the routes had differing weather conditions depending on the day they were traveled on.

    League

    Gym Leaders

    # Leader Type

    1 Roxanne Rock

    2 Brawly Fighting

    3 Wattson Electric

    4 Flannery Fire

    5 Norman Normal

    6 Winona Flying

    7 Liza and Tate Psychic

    8 Wallace* Water

    Juan*

    Elite Four

    # Elite Four Type

    1 Sidney Dark

    2 Phoebe Ghost

    3 Glacia Ice

    4 Drake Dragon

    C Steven* Steel

    Wallace* Water

    Trivia

    Hoenn designer Jun'ichi Masuda has explicitly confirmed that Hoenn is modelled after Kyushu, the fourth of the main islands of Japan, in the 15th article in his Director's column.

    Masuda's parents were both born in Kurate District, Fukuoka Prefecture, and so he has many relatives in Kyushu. When he was young, he went to Kyushu for his summer vacations. The happy memories he had of Kyushu eventually led him to choose Kyushu as the stage for Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire and Emerald.

    As with Kyushu, Hoenn is a place where the relations between Pokémon and people, between person and person, are abundant.

    When the main character is moving to Hoenn in Ruby, Sapphire, or Emerald, they are driving in a moving van. It is later revealed that their family is originally from Johto. It is unknown how they took a moving van, since Hoenn is an island separate from Johto. However, Johto is not mentioned in Emerald. It is replaced by someone mentioning that the family had moved from somewhere far away.

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    The Hoenn region, the region southwest of Johto, is the setting of the Generation III games Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire and Pokémon Emerald. The names of most of the cities in Hoenn are made of two words put together (Little Root, Fort Tree, Slate Port, etc.). This region is one of the largest and boasts many dramatic environments from rainforest to desert to mountains. Professor Birch of Littleroot Town offers the Pokémon known as Treecko, Torchic or Mudkip to trainers beginning their journey of this vast land.

    Hoenn is also the place where trainers can compete in what is known as Pokémon Contests. Contest halls can be found in Verdanturf, Fallarbor, Slateport, and Lilycove in Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire. However, the first three have been replaced by Battle Tents in Pokémon Emerald.

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