Decolore Archipelago

Image The Decolore Archipelago are a large chain of islands in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean south of the American regions of Unova and Orre and smattered in and around what is known as the Carribean. A popular tourist location, it is home to a vivid array of Pokémon and a unique native culture.
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  • Honey Island
    The first of the Decolore Islands and also the largest. Decolore, and Honey Island therein, boasts a vibrant and lively tourism culture. It is the largest entrypoint hub and the one of the most populated of the islands in the Decolore chain. Honey Island itself is home to a number of farms and forests.
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    September 4th, 2018, 1:01 pm
  • Scalchop Island
    Scalchop Island is the second island in the Decolore chain. Home to a small settlement and an extinct volcano, the island hosts a traditional competition called the Scalchop King Competition, concerning Oshawott and its evolved form. There is a competition for female Oshawott and Dewott and a competition for male Oshawott and Dewott. The prize is a golden scalchop crafted by an artist from the island.
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    September 4th, 2018, 12:59 pm
  • Grand Spectrala Island
    Another island in the Decolore chain, Grand Spectrala is relatively small and remote, known mostly for is Pinap Berry plantations. The island has one street, six houses and a dock. When the tide is sufficiently low, a path to a small islet, known as Grand Spectrala Islet, is formed, where giant Pokémon are said to live.
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    September 4th, 2018, 1:50 pm
  • Torom Island
    Torom Island is known as the Friendly Isle. It is home to a radio tower which is home to a number of Rotom and is prided for welcoming tourists to its many island retreats.
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    September 4th, 2018, 10:43 pm
  • Avast Island
    An island previously with no name, it is home to a large port town and it neighbors another recently named island, Hearty Island. The islands were named in honor of a gang of pirate Pokémon who dwelled on Heart Island and used to steal food from Avast Island. Like much of Decolore, Avast Island is a bustling gem of activity.
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    September 4th, 2018, 10:43 pm
  • Hearty Island
    Recently named Hearty Island, the island is home to a gang of pirate Pokémon. Other than that and a small settlement on the island's north end, it is mostly uninhabited by people. It has been known to be a popular place for unkind Trainers to abandon their Pokémon, which lead to the pirate populace of wild Pokémon in the first place.
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    September 4th, 2018, 10:46 pm
  • Wayfarer Island
    Wayfarer Island is known as the Garden Isle. This island is known for swarms of Caterpie which, in order to migrate, evolve into Metapod and then Butterfree. The forests of the island are a nature preserve and there are no major settlements on it.
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  • Capacia Island
    The second largest island in Decolore. It is known for being one busiest islands in the chain, as well as being the most populated. It is home to a number of tourist attractions, bringing in quite a bit of people from around the world each year.
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  • Harvest Island
    Harvest Island, or the Valley Isle, is smack dab in the middle of the chain. The island is known for a Harvest Festival which includes a Pokémon Sumo Tournament. It is the second most populated island in the region.
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  • Frond Island
    An unsettled island, Frond Island is known for its white sand beaches and is a popular stop for cruise ships. It is protected by the Decolore government and, as such, cruises are limited to very short stays... and only in particular areas of the island to preserve nature.
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  • Deserted Island
    A rocky plateau that juts from the ocean, Deserted Island was never settled and is little more than a collection of high rise cliffs and a spattering of trees. It is, however, home to a diverse group of wild Pokémon, which all violently protect their home from intruders.
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    September 4th, 2018, 10:49 pm
  • Cave Island
    An island renown for being where pirates of old hid their treasures, Cave Island is a remote location in the chain. It is, as its name suggests, home to a messy network of caves, both above and below water.
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    September 4th, 2018, 10:49 pm
  • Comet Island
    Though previously unnamed, Comet Island finally settled on their name due to their native beliefs. A very remote island in the chain, the native myths of the island suggest that a comet will pass over the island and signify the return of a hero to defend the world. It is home to an inactive volcano and a small settlement at its base.
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  • Whitebeam Island
    Whitebeam recently took its name from the species of tree they export across the world. Cherishing the wood of the tree, natives of Whitebeam are very careful about its care and cultivation, never over exporting. The tree blankets the island in a thick forest and natives plant it in the city found on the island as well.
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    September 4th, 2018, 10:51 pm
  • Forbidden Island
    Having no given common name, this island is known as the Forbidden Island. A large nature preserve home to a number of endangered and endemic species, the island is generally off-limits to all but relatives of the island's owners, select Navy personnel, government officials, and invited guests.
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  • Paladin Island
    Paladin Island is the seventeenth and last island in the Decolore chain. The island is famous for its lighthouse where the strongest Trainer of the Unova region and the strongest Trainer of the Sinnoh region battled each other long ago. It is also known as Ganryu island, testament to the fact that strong dragons live on its shores.
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  • Territorial Waters
    Decolore's waters stretch far and wide, encomapssing the scattered island chain. A pleathora of Pokémon live under the waves, with strange beasts living in the depths. Regular patrols keep the islands safe and protect travelers from pods of unruly Pokémon.
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    September 5th, 2018, 3:31 pm