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Kanto Anime Road Map

Discussion in 'Pokémon Animé Discussion' started by ccaccus, Nov 19, 2009.

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  1. ccaccus

    ccaccus New Member

    Hi everyone!

    For my Pokémon Role-Playing Game, I decided it was better to create a map based upon the anime, rather than the game maps, because, let's be honest, traveling through Kanto via the game maps doesn't leave much room for variation.

    This is what I have so far, followed by some explanation of why/where some things are:

    Kanto Road Map

    Here are some of the major changes and details:

    Cerulean City -
    Ash and Co. travel directly from Cerulean to Bill's Lighthouse to Vermilion.
    Later, after Cinnabar Island, Ash and Co. travel from Squirtle Island via rowboat to Cerulean City. After which, they travel through an unnamed city (Clefairies & their UFO) and then directly to Vermilion.

    AJ's Gym, Pokémon Tech, Bulbasaur's Hidden Village, and the town with the Squirtle Squad are all along Route 24.

    Route 25 contains Bill's Lighthouse, as it is in-game.

    Route 9 leads from Celadon City to "Scissor Lane City".

    Route 10 contains the P1 Grand Prix and leads to Gringey City.

    Route 11 contains the Diglett Fields, Koga's Gym, Laramie Ranch, and the Safari Zone, leading to Fuchsia.

    Fuchsia City-
    With its location in the games, it would be impossible for the gang to travel to all of the remaining locations, unless they decided to backtrack severely.

    Route 12 has become Cycling Road and leads to Sunny Town, as in the Anime.

    Route 13 holds Duplica Mansion and leads to Matcha City - home to the Porygon episode.

    From here, Kanto begins to get relatively underdeveloped. Small routes lead to Stone Town and Dark City. Mossgreen Village can be found as well.

    From here, the gang gets lost in a small desert-like area, eventually finding Neon Town, from which they head to Grandpa Canyon. After which, they find a small city with a hospital.

    This unnamed city connects to Route 14, holding James' Mansion, a Pokemon Center, and Bulbasaur's Mysterious Garden. The route leads to Fiorello City (name of the actor the girls would have a chance to meet at the Princess Festival).

    Route 15 contains a small town with a preschool and leads to a town with the Pokemon League Administrative building. In the anime, the gang leaves this town on foot, but in the next episode, they are on a ship sailing to Cinnabar. Rather than putting in another unnamed town, I simply made it so that the town with the Admin. building holds the port that the gang left on.

    Routes 19, 20, and 21 are sea routes, and as such, don't need explicit boundaries.

    Cinnabar/Seafoam Islands Swap
    In the anime, Pallet Town residents have easy access to the Seafoam Islands, though not much is said regarding Cinnabar.

    Routes 16, 17, and 18 remain a connecting point between Celadon and Fuchsia; however, these routes were never explored in the anime, so there are artistic liberties taken with these routes.

    Whew. Any comments, questions, or suggestions for improvement?
     
  2. Juputoru

    Juputoru M-m-m-m-onobear?!

    This would probably be a better fit in the RPG Cafe, if you meant a forum RPG you were going to do here at SPPf. If you meant some other kind of RPG, SPPf really isn't the place to be asking about this.
     
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