Pokemon world all regions map

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  79. Pokémon Go is all about getting up and going, both walking and traveling. Pokémon usually lay one Egg at a time, sometimes, in unusual occasions, lay various Eggs at a time. And when you really pay attention to the world of Pokemon, the things that jump out the most are the things that are missing.
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  81. Additionally, 's appeared in one episode,. Off these regions are islands that are grouped together to create smaller regions like the and the.
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  83. pokemon all regions map pixelmon compatiable - If that's Nice, it's nice.
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  85. I would type on about how I came to this conclusion, but that would take a lot of unecessary time when I have already made a video on youtube explaining the subject. If you want to see how I made this map, watch the youtube video I made covering it. I am going to find out where every single pokemon evolved from using natural selection and traits of each pokemon. Feel free to use this map as you please, just please give me credit for coming up with it. Hope everyone can find it useful! EDIT-1: Added Orre and Oblivia to the map. EDIT-2: Added the Sevii Islands, including Navel Rock and Birth Island. Note: Faraway Island has no confirmed or hinted position on the map. Added Names to oceans, some are made up, some are confirmed relative to locations. Since some of these areas where the regions are labeled, don't look that similar to how they're supposed to, I don't recall Johto being covered in mountains. The play area in Johto may not be very mountainous, but if you look at the hgss map you can see that pretty much everything around the play area is covered in mountain ;D Ransei is shaped like an Arceus. Hoenn looks like Hawaii then anything else. Not to be rude, but still. It might look like Hawaii, but it is NOT Hawaii. Hoenn is it's own place in the pokemon universe. Just because Hoenn looks like Hawaii doesn't mean it's identical in placement. I tried to get the closest to solving the map as possible, that was my goal, I never thought I would get it flawless. Everything looks really good, but you missed Oblivia and Orre! Other than that though this seems like it could be pretty accurate. World map is now updated including the placement of both Oblivia and Orre. Oblivia wasn't the easiest region to place, so I had to go with the best possible option. Something that's pretty close to Sinnoh because of the Manaphy event, and on it's own island. Well, some of this does seem like speculation, but for example, if Almia is so close to Kalos, why are there no Kalos Pokemon there? Since there are Pokemon of other regions in Unova, it wouldn't be so hard for Kalos Pokemon to get to Almia, not to mention the same about Orre and Unova. If you're also placing Oblivia where it is because of the Manaphy event... I'm not sure that's the greatest strategy, since on your map, Kanto and Johto would be closer than Sinnoh, not to mention we don't exactly know how these Manaphy eggs are moved about. Also, worthy of mention, is that Almia also has some events like this, according to your placement, Kalos would be the closest. Also, Kanto, Johto, Hoenn and Sinnoh are usually said to be in the same general area as each other, with Unova and Kalos being very far away. Heck, in the anime, Ash had to take a plane to Unova and Kalos, while he took a boat to Hoenn and Sinnoh. When he took a boat back from Unova, it took him ages to get back to Kanto! Also, in the manga, Looker used a jet-pack to fly across the sea to get to Unova from Sinnoh, he's seen approaching Castelia City and leaves Sinnoh from Sunnyshore City, so it wouldn't make sense for him to travel around the world, he probably would have arrived at the Pokemon League if your map indeed held true. Also in the same manga, he was told to give a Manaphy egg from Fiore to a trainer in Sinnoh. I don't really think distance is what makes them decide where to send it. They probably send it to Sinnoh because that's the region that has the most connection to Manaphy. Well, some of this does seem like speculation, but for example, if Almia is so close to Kalos, why are there no Kalos Pokemon there? Since there are Pokemon of other regions in Unova, it wouldn't be so hard for Kalos Pokemon to get to Almia, not to mention the same about Orre and Unova. If you're also placing Oblivia where it is because of the Manaphy event... I'm not sure that's the greatest strategy, since on your map, Kanto and Johto would be closer than Sinnoh, not to mention we don't exactly know how these Manaphy eggs are moved about. Also, worthy of mention, is that Almia also has some events like this, according to your placement, Kalos would be the closest. Also, Kanto, Johto, Hoenn and Sinnoh are usually said to be in the same general area as each other, with Unova and Kalos being very far away. Heck, in the anime, Ash had to take a plane to Unova and Kalos, while he took a boat to Hoenn and Sinnoh. When he took a boat back from Unova, it took him ages to get back to Kanto! Also, in the manga, Looker used a jet-pack to fly across the sea to get to Unova from Sinnoh, he's seen approaching Castelia City and leaves Sinnoh from Sunnyshore City, so it wouldn't make sense for him to travel around the world, he probably would have arrived at the Pokemon League if your map indeed held true. Also in the same manga, he was told to give a Manaphy egg from Fiore to a trainer in Sinnoh. I don't really think distance is what makes them decide where to send it. They probably send it to Sinnoh because that's the region that has the most connection to Manaphy. And the Anime, Manga and Games are all sepperate universes, and this speculation is mainly for evidence found in the games. It would be impossible to make i flawless, but I could make something at least close. The argument of kalos pokemon not being in unova is pretty much irrelevant because of them not being released. Much like we suddenly got unova and sinnoh pokemon in hoenn when they got remakes. There are problems with it, but what kind of map wouldn't have its share of problems or conflicts? Well, some of this does seem like speculation, but for example, if Almia is so close to Kalos, why are there no Kalos Pokemon there? Since there are Pokemon of other regions in Unova, it wouldn't be so hard for Kalos Pokemon to get to Almia, not to mention the same about Orre and Unova. If you're also placing Oblivia where it is because of the Manaphy event... I'm not sure that's the greatest strategy, since on your map, Kanto and Johto would be closer than Sinnoh, not to mention we don't exactly know how these Manaphy eggs are moved about. Also, worthy of mention, is that Almia also has some events like this, according to your placement, Kalos would be the closest. Also, Kanto, Johto, Hoenn and Sinnoh are usually said to be in the same general area as each other, with Unova and Kalos being very far away. Heck, in the anime, Ash had to take a plane to Unova and Kalos, while he took a boat to Hoenn and Sinnoh. When he took a boat back from Unova, it took him ages to get back to Kanto! Also, in the manga, Looker used a jet-pack to fly across the sea to get to Unova from Sinnoh, he's seen approaching Castelia City and leaves Sinnoh from Sunnyshore City, so it wouldn't make sense for him to travel around the world, he probably would have arrived at the Pokemon League if your map indeed held true. Also in the same manga, he was told to give a Manaphy egg from Fiore to a trainer in Sinnoh. I don't really think distance is what makes them decide where to send it. They probably send it to Sinnoh because that's the region that has the most connection to Manaphy. And the Anime, Manga and Games are all sepperate universes, and this speculation is mainly for evidence found in the games. It would be impossible to make i flawless, but I could make something at least close. The argument of kalos pokemon not being in unova is pretty much irrelevant because of them not being released. Much like we suddenly got unova and sinnoh pokemon in hoenn when they got remakes. There are problems with it, but what kind of map wouldn't have its share of problems or conflicts? Yes, I know that's true, but placing Fiore right about Sinnoh because of the Manaphy event doesn't really seem like a solid connection. The manga, anime and games are all separate, but there's nothing saying they don't all follow the same general map layout... And I was referring to Kalos Pokemon in Almia, not Unova. Certainly there would be a reason in the games universe itself as to why these Pokemon suddenly appeared. I never accused you of saying it was flawless, just saying that some of the map placements seem like a bit of stretch to me. Yes, I know that's true, but placing Fiore right about Sinnoh because of the Manaphy event doesn't really seem like a solid connection. The manga, anime and games are all separate, but there's nothing saying they don't all follow the same general map layout... And I was referring to Kalos Pokemon in Almia, not Unova. Certainly there would be a reason in the games universe itself as to why these Pokemon suddenly appeared. I never accused you of saying it was flawless, just saying that some of the map placements seem like a bit of stretch to me. The manga isn't official, that's important too. I just did a typo when saying Unova, sorry about that. Well, Kalos and Almia have a sea in between them. And if that's so unexplainable, why aren't there Johto pokemon in Kanto in Firered and Leafgreen?
  86. Fiore is described as being far civil from Hoenn and Kanto. Regions in relation to The geography of the regions is strikingly tobut in a much larger scale, as seen in the only time when the entire planet is clearly shown. The Red and Blue Orbs were left at for safekeeping. The manga isn't prime, that's important too. Along with that, the leaders of Teams and reawaken and and they continue their great battle, only to be stopped again by. Some Pokémon such as and can affect and shape nature causing unexplainable droughts, storms and earthquakes that can affect the continental plates. Humans may too there too; there is at least one suburban area. What I like about WhereisPokemon. Something that's pretty close to Sinnoh because of the Manaphy event, and on it's own island. The Pokémon whose evolution is closest to the real-world definition of evolution iswho takes on a civil appearance depending on the environment.
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