Alola

Image A region bursting with potential and life and vibrancy, Alola welcomes everyone. The region is made of up four natural islands and one artificial island. It is a popular resort destination and attracts a lot of tourists from other regions. In Alola, humans and Pokémon coexist in a very close relationship, and a culture has developed that is different from other regions.
  • Iki Town
    Iki Town for many Island Challenge goers is the place to start, and is often where people come to get their Alolan starter Pokémon. This small mainly residential town, is a classic traditional Alolan living area, with a large stage in the center of the town for Pokémon battles, performances, and other events. Many important figures in the town live in one of many houses that circle the town center. North of the town is the Mahalo Trail, which leads up the mountainous center of the island to the Ruins of Conflict.
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    September 17th, 2018, 3:35 am
  • Hau'oli City
    Hau'oli City is a large commercial based city of Melemele Island. Here many resources can be found for quality of life and entertainment. Many stores sell various fashions of clothing, stores for tourists, and even a large mall stationed at the top left section of the city. The city also serves as the Island's travel hub, providing a large pier and transportation to the other islands as well as other regions. At the same time, city ordinance maintains many areas that are hospitable to wild Pokémon in order to help preserve what nature and habitats they have destroyed with zoning.
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    September 17th, 2018, 7:21 am
  • Heahea City
    The story has it that Heahea City was founded by trainers from the Kanto, and Johto Regions of Japan. This city is considered as the "front door" to Akala Island, and many travelers are met with a warm welcome from locals. This City stretches towards the center of the island, and connect to Route 4 and Route 6 to the north, the Hano Grand Resort to the east, and finially Digglett's Tunnel to the south. The city itself contains many of Alola's signature stores and restaurants, as well as working as a marina in the western side of the city.
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    September 18th, 2018, 2:25 am
  • Paniola Town
    Paniola Town is a small ranch town, which provides residential areas for workers and houses shops and stores for groceries and to sell produce. The northern section of Paniola Town has a large Tauros and Miltank ranch, which is by far the largest and most successful on the island.
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    September 18th, 2018, 6:55 am
  • Royal Avenue
    Royal Avenue used to simply be a route similar to Straight Street, however it was seen as an ideal location to build the now enormously popular Battle Royal Dome. After the dome's creation, it attracted many businesses to set up shop along the road, and soon the road was bustling with life, like it's own small town, and has a little of everything, especially tourist traps and Battle Royal related merchandise.
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    September 19th, 2018, 8:12 am
  • Konikoni City
    A city at the southern end of Akala Island. This City became home to many merchants seeking a place to sell their goods away from the high competitive markets in the other areas of the island. This city has become rather remote, due to the separation from the rest of the island due to Diglett's Tunnel north from the city.
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    September 20th, 2018, 2:25 am
  • Malie City
    Malie City is a large city that has taken on Johto's style of traditional architecture. It is the largest town on Ula'ula Island and operates as its central hub. A huge park in the town serves as its most major attraction, and Pokémon battles are disallowed within it. Styled like a Japanese garden, the small rivers and hills are meant to remind one of Johto, where the city's founder was from.
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    September 21st, 2018, 7:59 am
  • Tapu Village
    Tapu Village is no longer as much of a village as it is the ruins of one. The village was called the Tapu Village because long ago the Tapu guardians came to protect the village, which was located at the base of the island's mountain, long ago before the village came to ruin, leaving nothing but the name behind... and some ruins of course. Now, a Poké Center and a few trailers and small houses reside in the area, however it is believed the area may spark in popularity due to the new Alola Conference built at the summit of the Island's mountain.
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    September 24th, 2018, 3:51 am
  • Po Town
    Po Town had recently undergone complete takeover from the previously criminal gang, Team Skull. However after the disbandment of the team, a large scale reworking of the town has undergone, as residents, workers, and the local police have returned to rebuild and clean up the city. While some parts of the city are still undergoing work, and graffiti and marks are still left behind in some spots, the town has now been reopened for people to live, and start businesses.
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    September 24th, 2018, 4:05 am
  • Mount Lanakila
    Mount Lanakila is the tallest mountain in Alola, located on Ula'ula Island. It is located north of Tapu Village and its summit is the site of Alola's newly-established Pokémon League.
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    September 24th, 2018, 4:17 am
  • Seafolk Village
    Seafolk Village is a large docking area where many people who take residence in their ship come to sell wares, socialize, and stock up on supplies and food. The island is one of the most remote, thus making a good island to set up in for the hermit like residents.
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    September 27th, 2018, 3:52 am
  • Battle Tree
    The Battle Tree is a competitive Pokémon battling competition area, on the northern end of Poni Island. This area of the island is often barred access from rookie trainers, and if not, then it surely would be a struggle to reach this area with all the capable trainers populating the areas. It's been known that famous trainers from the world around come to the Battle Tree on occasion to participate in competition. This area in itself is very remote, with only a Poké Center stationed here, and the staff of the Battle Tree itself.
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    October 2nd, 2018, 8:06 am
  • Aether Paradise
    Aether Paradise is a very large floating structure that serves as an artificial island located in the middle of the Alola region, near Akala Island. It was created by the Aether Foundation to serve as a base for their research. To protect the wild Pokémon being treated in the facility, a jamming signal prevents the use of empty Poké Balls throughout the island. Recently, they have begin redefining their image in a good faith effort to make up for their wrongs.
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  • Poké Pelago
    Poké Pelago is a group of uninhabited islands reserved for the pleasure of Pokémon. It consists of five islands that have been developed, each having its own function and draw. Trainers can opt into the venture and connect to the Pelago Database from their PCs. Pokémon from the PC can visit most of the islands of Poké Pelago freely to relax and play. Poké Pelago is overseen by Mohn from his Raft Hut.
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  • Territorial Waters
    The warm, crystal blue waters of Alola hold many wonders under their depths, from Pokémon to hidden underwater grottos. Spaning for miles around the islands, one can also find small uninhabited islands scattered about, some of which have become more well known than others, like the Poké Pelago islands. Of recent times, the waters have become somewhat more treacherous in the appearance of Darkspawn.
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