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- This article is about the main region of Sinnoh. For the sub-region located on the southern half of the former Japanese now Russian island of Sakhalin (Karafuto), see Battle Zone.
|Sinnoh as seen in Pokémon Platinum|
|Regional villains:||Team Galactic|
|Starter Pokémon:||Turtwig, Chimchar, Piplup|
Sinnoh, like Pokémon regions in previous games, features a broad range of environments for the player to explore. The region is mountainous and temperate, and features, for the first time in a Pokémon RPG, snowy routes. While this region's location with relation to other regions portrayed in the franchise is unknown, Ash Ketchum refers to Sinnoh as an island during the English dub of the last episode of season 9 of the animé, while Professor Oak mentions that it's located to the north of the Kanto/Johto landmass. The in-game map shows that the region consists of about 70% land and 30% water. There are thirty routes in Sinnoh numbered 201 to 230 and, like the Hoenn region before it, do not follow sequentially from the previous region's routes: routes in Hoenn, the previous region, were numbered 101 to 134. Sinnoh has four lakes, each of which houses a legendary Pokémon: Lake Acuity houses Uxie, Lake Valor houses Azelf, Lake Verity houses Mesprit, and the secret Sendoff Spring houses Giratina inside Turnback Cave. Sinnoh is based on the geography of the Japanese island of Hokkaidō and the disputed island of Kunashir (Kunashiri).
Sinnoh features an extensive underground area called The Underground. In this area a player can dig for stones, items, and spheres which can be exchanged for items with underground barterers.
This is also the place that you can find fossils instead of obtaining one and not being able to collect the other such as in Pokémon Emerald Version. The player can also use DS Wireless Communication to compete with players within the area to a game of 'Capture the Flag'.
The Diamond and Pearl series of the animé is set in Sinnoh.
- 1 Cities and Towns
- 1.1 Twinleaf Town
- 1.2 Sandgem Town
- 1.3 Jubilife City
- 1.4 Oreburgh City
- 1.5 Floaroma Town
- 1.6 Eterna City
- 1.7 Veilstone City
- 1.8 Celestic Town
- 1.9 Pastoria City
- 1.10 Hearthome City
- 1.11 Solaceon Town
- 1.12 Canalave City
- 1.13 Snowpoint City
- 1.14 Sunyshore City
- 1.15 Pokémon League
- 1.16 Fight Area, Survival Area, and Resort Area
- 2 Places of Interest
- 3 The Pokémon League
- 4 Special Areas in Anime
- 5 References
Cities and Towns
- Main article: Twinleaf TownTwinleaf Town (フタバタウン Futaba Taun?, Futaba Town) is the town in which the protagonists of Diamond and Pearl, the player and their rival, reside and from which they begin their journey across the region of Sinnoh, located south of Route 201, southwest of Sandgem Town, southeast of Lake Verity, and north of a small pond.
- Main article: Sandgem TownSandgem Town (マサゴタウン Masago Taun?, Masago Town) houses the laboratory of Professor Rowan, an accomplished professor whose expertise concerns Pokémon, and features the game's first Pokémon Center and Pokémart. It is also home to Professor Rowan's assistant Dawn/Lucas, and is where the player gets the National Pokédex after seeing 150 Pokémon of the Sinnoh region.
- Main article: Jubilife CityJubilife City (コトブキシティ Kotobuki Shiti?, Kotobuki City) houses a television station, the Trainer's School, "Pokétch Company", the company which makes the Pokétch, and the Global Trade Station or GTS, which allows for trading over the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection.
- Main article: Oreburgh CityOreburgh City (クロガネシティ Kurogane Shiti?, Kurogane City) is a coal-mining city, home to the first Sinnoh region Gym Leader - Roark. It also houses a museum which revives the fossils of ancient Pokémon.
- Main article: Floaroma TownFloaroma Town (ソノオタウン Sonō Taun?, Sonō Town) is a flower-loving city, where many of the fields have endless amounts of flowers in them — of all colors. Many trainers are attracted to the city because of the fragrant smell. The Pokémon Contests have relevance in this town because of the Pick a Peck of Flowers Shop, where one can purchase Pokémon accessories. There is also a man that sells honey in the flower fields.
- Main article: Eterna CityEterna City (ハクタイシティ Hakutai Shiti?, Hakutai City) is home to the second Gym Leader, Gardenia, as well as a Bicycle Shop and a Team Galactic building. The Underground Man also lives in Eterna, he will give the player the Exploration Kit, allowing the player to enter the Underground and he will continue to tutor the player on the underground.
- Main article: Veilstone CityVeilstone City (トバリシティ Tobari Shiti?, Tobari City) is home to the third Gym Leader, Maylene, as well as a Department Store, Game Corner (which it is very famous for), and Team Galactic's official Regional Headquarters and Warehouse. To the east of Veilstone are boulders which can change the form of the player's Deoxys. In the anime, it is the hometown of Paul.
- Main article: Celestic TownCelestic Town (カンナギタウン Kannagi Taun?, Kannagi Town) is a small town just right next to Eterna City. It is home to an ancient temple honoring the legendary Pokémon Uxie, Mesprit, Azelf, Dialga, and Palkia. It, like Eterna city, is very traditional and houses many legends.
- Main article: Pastoria CityPastoria City (ノモセシティ Nomose Shiti?, Nomose City) is home to the fourth Gym Leader, Wake, as well as the Great Marsh, Diamond and Pearl's equivalent of the Safari Zone.
Lake Valor is in between Pastoria. Team Galactic uses the Great Marsh here to test the Galactic Bomb
- Main article: Hearthome CityHearthome City (ヨスガシティ Yosuga Shiti?, Yosuga City) is home to the fifth Gym Leader(Third in Platinum), Fantina, as well as the Pokémon Super Contest Hall it was also voted the most desirable place in Sinnoh. It also has Amity Square, in which one can take walks with "cute" Pokémon. (According to the game, the only permitted Pokémon are Pikachu, Clefairy, Jigglypuff, Psyduck, Torchic, Shroomish, Skitty, Pachirisu, Drifloon, Buneary, Happiny, and the Sinnoh Starters) Accessories for Pokémon Super Contests can be collected every 200 steps.
Hearthome City is where Bebe is, she will give you a Eevee.
- Main article: Solaceon TownSolaceon Town (ズイタウン Zui Taun?, Zui Town) is home to a Day-care Center. Nearby is the Solaceon Ruins, which contain the Unown.
- Main article: Canalave CityCanalave City' (ミオシティ Mio Shiti?, Mio City) is home to the sixth Gym Leader, Byron. Canalave City also has a port in which the player can board a ship to Iron Island, an island off Sinnoh. The city also houses the Harbor Inn, which the player must access to capture Darkrai via an event.
- Main article: Snowpoint CitySnowpoint City (キッサキシティ Kissaki Shiti?, Kissaki City) is home to the seventh Gym Leader, Candice, and a temple containing the Legendary Pokémon Regigigas. On certain predetermined days, a weather effect called diamond dust occurs. In Pokémon Platinum for the Nintendo DS, this occurs on the users birthday,which is set in the control panel.
- Main article: Sunyshore CitySunyshore City (ナギサシティ Nagisa Shiti?, Nagisa City) is home to the eighth Gym Leader, Volkner, a market for buying seals that can be placed on Poké Balls and a lighthouse that overlooks the Pokémon League. Much of the city is powered by solar cells. Also, the Olivine City Gym Leader, Jasmine, is present by the route to the Pokémon League. The city experiences a crippling blackout until the player engages Team Galactic and Dialga or Palkia at Spear Pillar.
The Pokémon League (ポケモンリーグ Pokemon Rīgu?) Headquarters is portrayed as a magnificent castle at the top of a large waterfall in Diamond and Pearl.
Fight Area, Survival Area, and Resort Area
The Battle Zone is home to three major settlements, the Fight Area, the Survival Area and the Resort Area. Sinnoh's Battle Tower (DP)/Battle Frontier (Pt) is also located in the Fight Area. In the Battle Zone, there is a facility called the Fight Area which serves as the entrance to the Battle Tower in Pokémon Diamond and Pearl. In the Survival Area, the player can rematch Sinnoh Gym Leaders in Pokémon Platinum.
Places of Interest
- Main article: Old ChateauThe Old Chateau (もりのようかん Mori no Youkan?, Forest Manor) is a crumbling haunted mansion in Eterna Forest. The player can acquire Rotom here. There are several ghosts which appear on occasion, although they can not be interacted with.
You need to go to the Old Chateau during the night to get Rotom.
- Main article: Mt. CoronetThe tallest mountain in Sinnoh. It divides Sinnoh in half. Notable features include the Spear Pillar, where the climax of the story occurs. The player battles Team Galactic Admins and then their Leader. You can catch Palkia or Dialga here. If you have the Azure flute, you can also catch Arceus.
- Main article: Solaceon RuinsA cave in Solaceon Town that is home to the Unown in Sinnoh. It is also is home to three evolution stones using dowsing app. The player can also find HM Defog.
If enough different forms of Unown are caught, the Ruin Maniac on Route 214 will extend his tunnel further. After catching all of them, the tunnel is finished and the player can enter a cave above Solaceon Ruins which holds the ! and ? Unown varieties. Exiting the cave reveals it is above the main part of the ruins' entrance.
- Main article: Great MarshThe Great Marsh (だいしつげん Dai Shitsugen?, Great Marsh) is where the Safari Game is held. The Great Marsh is a large area divided into six smaller areas labelled from one to six. Instead of normal grass, Pokémon in the Great Marsh are found in grassy mud. After the National Dex is obtained several new Pokémon can be found; these include Tropius, Carvanha, Yanma etc.
- Main article: Pokémon MansionIs a large mansion with a trophy garden at the back. After the National Dex is obtained several new species of Pokémon can be found in the garden, in order to find them the player must talk to the owner who will then send out his butler to investigate. you can also fight 5 maids after you defeat them all you can fight a rich boy. On the east side of the mansion a maid is in the way and says "I'm very sorry but you can't go through here".
- Main article: Iron IslandIron Island (こうてつじま Kōtetsu-jima?, Steel Island) is the training place of the people of Canalave City's Gym and Riley, a trainer who gives the player a Riolu egg. There is a cabin where Byron lives, and a cave.
- Main article: Fullmoon IslandFullmoon Island (まんげつじま Mangetsu-jima?) is home to the Legendary Pokémon Cresselia. It runs away after the player sees it long enough for it to be entered into the Pokédex.
- Main article: Turnback Cave
Turnback Cave (もどりのどうくつ Modori no Doukutsu?, Recovery Cave) is at the center of Sendoff Spring, the fourth lake of Sinnoh that was hidden long ago. It leads into an alternate dimension, where Giratina is housed.
- Main article: Newmoon IslandNewmoon Island (しんげつじま Shingetsu-jima?) is home to the Legendary Pokémon Darkrai, but can only be reached with a "Member's Card", or a cheat device.
- Main article: Flower ParadiseThe Flower Paradise (はなのらくえん Hana no Rakuen?) is accessed with a special item called "Oak's Letter," which must be obtained through a Nintendo event. Shaymin is available here.
Hall of Origin
- Main article: Hall of OriginThe Hall of Origin (はじまりのま Hajimari no Ma?) is accessed with a special item called "Azure Flute," which must be obtained through a Nintendo event. The Hall of Origin is located high above Spear Pillar on Mt. Coronet, where the player battles Dialga or Palkia. Arceus resides in the Hall of Origin.The hall of origin is the highest reachable point in sinnoh.
- Main article: Distortion WorldThe main area in the Sinnoh region of Pokémon Platinum. The main story is about this place. It's ubicated in the peak of Mt. Coronet.
Battle Park / Battle Frontier
Battle Park in Diamond and Pearl or Battle Frontier in Platinum is located northeast of Fight Area. Similarly to Pokémon Emerald, Battle Points are won from battles and can be exchanged for goods and move tutoring services.
- Main article: Stark Mountain
Nearby the Survival Area lies the Stark Mountain an active volcano.
In the Resort Area, the player can buy unique ribbons at the Ribbon Syndicate and massages for their Pokémon.
The Pokémon League
|Snowpoint City||/ /|
Elite Four and the Champion
Special Areas in Anime
- Combee Waterfall
- The Thousand-Year-Old Tree
- Valley Path
- Bewlider Forest
- Alamos Town
- Chocovine Town
- Daybreak Town
- Amber Castle
- Beach Rose Town
- Brussel Town
- Camellia Town
- Celestic Town Historical Research Center
- Crown City
- Dandelion Island
- Diablo's Ocean
- Dustox Flower Field
- Emeragrove Town
- Eterna Museum
- Gerbera Town
- Greenstation Town
- Lake Psyduck
- Lilypad Town
- Majolica Town
- Metagross Mountain
- Michina Town
- Mt. Shady
- Pokémon Summer Academy
- Sage Town
- Sandalstraw Town
- Shelter Town
- Space-Time Tower
- Summit Ruins
- Sunyshore Tower
- Xatu's Forest
|Sinnoh Pokémon League|
|Aaron · Bertha · Flint · Lucian · Cynthia|
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