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Pallet Town - Kanto

Overview

Pallet Town.png

Location

Pallet Town.gif

A positional vantage point of Pallet Town in Kanto.

Water Pokémon

Average levels
17
Members-only
0
0

Resources

Battleable NPCs
1
Ground-lootable items
2
Berry trees
0

Contiguous areas


Route 1
Pallet Town
Route 21


Pallet Town is a Kanto town and the protagonistic hometown of the region in PRO (Pokémon Revolution Online).

Its northern terminus leads to Route 1—the antecedently first route in your journey—and its southern terminus leads to Route 21; the latter requires the out-of-battle usage of the move Surf in order to be navigably reachable.

By regional linearity of PRO's storyline, this is the very first town all players will visit after they complete the starting-area walkthrough. You will select your starter Pokémon herein and encounter your first rival battle with Jackson before embarking on your journey.


Points of Interest

Players House

Thereupon arriving in Pallet Town, you will be auto-situated in your bedroom in your own house. You will find two item capsules behind the cushions on the floor, which contain Pokémon-trainer apparatus in 5 Pokéballs and 5 Potions; they will be claimable after you speak with your mother, who will also purvey PokémonDollar.png10,000 to you.

After a mawkish talk with your mother, you will be allowed to leave the house to Professor Oak's lab. Once you have Pokémon in your on-hand lineup, your mother will heal them for you whenever you interact with her—a surrogacy for the Pokémon-healing functions of Pokémon Centers that Pallet Town is bereft of, otherwise.

Professor Oak's Lab

When embarking on your journey, Professor Oak will furnish all the instruments needed for your journey—including your starter Pokémon and Pokédex. Once you have acquired the Pokédex, you can use it to immediately register the seen-data entries of all overworld Pokémon you interact with—including all those that are roaming around Pallet Town as well as the starter-Pokémon Pokéballs on the lab table.

The PC in his lab can be used to restore lost Pokédex data lost of any Legendary Pokémon; this is especially resourceful if you have battled a Legendary Pokémon yet lost its seen-data entry due to a server rollback.

Starter Pokémon

Kanto's starter-Pokémon subset comprises the same ensemble used in the handheld games, with the augmentation of Pikachu as a quaternary option.

In order to select Pikachu, you must first interact with and decline each starter-Pokémon option on the table; thereafter, you can select the lightning-bolt Pokéball on the ground, which contains Pikachu. Starting with Pikachu will unlock your tuteeship to the Surf move to teach to any Pikachu that you originatively obtain, as well as a litany of Team Rocket Trio encounters throughout Kanto.

Kanto's Starter Pokémon
Type
GrassPoison
Held Item
Oran Berry
Type
Fire
Held Item
Oran Berry
Type
Water
Held Item
Oran Berry
Type
Electric
Held Item
Oran Berry


Mew

Mew is one of the few Legendary pokemons that is catchable. In order to meet Mew, the following requirements must be met:

Once all the conditions have been fulfilled and the Old Sea Map has been obtained from an old man in Celadon, the Lapras south of Pallet Town will bring the player to Faraway Island, the island where Mew can be caught. However, accessing the island requires a strict timing as it is only possible to go there between 12:00 and 13:00 in-game time.

Wild Pokémon

Water

Surfing

Times HP Atk Def SpAtk SpDef Speed
Morning Day Night 0 0 0 0 1.33 0
  Values denote the estimated average EV points gained per fight.


PikachuSurf.png
PokémonLevel rangeTimesHeld ItemRodRarity Tier
72Icon.png Tentacool 30-34 Morning Day Night Old Rod 1
73Icon.png Tentacruel 30-34 Morning Day Night Super Rod 2

Pink-colored names denote that this Pokémon is exclusively encounterable for members in this area.

Fishing



Old Rod.png
PokémonLevel rangeTimesHeld ItemRodRarity Tier
129Icon.png Magikarp 5-9 Morning Day Night Old Rod 2
118Icon.png Goldeen 10-14 Morning Day Good Rod 1
170Icon.png Chinchou 10-14 Morning Day Night Good Rod 2
60Icon.png Poliwag 10-14 Morning Night Super Rod 1
90Icon.png Shellder 15-19 Morning Super Rod 6
120Icon.png Staryu 10-14 Night Super Rod 5
171Icon.png Lanturn 15-19 Morning Day Night Super Rod 4
  • Pink-colored names denote that this Pokémon is exclusively encounterable for members in this area.
  • All Pokémon tabulated here can only be encountered via fishing; they are not Surf-encounterable.

Headbuttable Trees

Headbuttable Tree.png
Pokémon LevelsRarity Tier
266Icon.png Silcoon 3-7 Common
10Icon.png Caterpie 3-7 Common
19Icon.png Rattata 3-7 Common
48Icon.png Venonat 3-7 Common
102Icon.png Exeggcute 3-7 Intermediate
1Icon.png Bulbasaur 3-7 Rare
4Icon.png Charmander 3-7 Rare
7Icon.png Squirtle 3-7 Rare
  Pink-colored names denote that only members can encounter the Pokémon in this area.


Items

ItemQuantityCooldownLocation
Potion.png Potion 5 Not respawnable. Bedroom of Player House Pallet (after speaking to the mother)..
Pokéball.png Pokeball 5 Not respawnable. Bedroom of Player House Pallet (after speaking to the mother)..
Leppa Berry.png Leppa Berry 1-3 1 day. A randomized eventuality of all Headbuttable trees..
Lum Berry.png Lum Berry 1-3 1 day. A randomized eventuality of all Headbuttable trees..
Sitrus Berry.png Sitrus Berry 1-3 1 day. A randomized eventuality of all Headbuttable trees..
Pomeg Berry.png Pomeg Berry 1-3 1 day. A randomized eventuality of all Headbuttable trees..
Kelpsy Berry.png Kelpsy Berry 1-3 1 day. A randomized eventuality of all Headbuttable trees..
Qualot Berry.png Qualot Berry 1-3 1 day. A randomized eventuality of all Headbuttable trees..
Hondew Berry.png Hondew Berry 1-3 1 day. A randomized eventuality of all Headbuttable trees..
Grepa Berry.png Grepa Berry 1-3 1 day. A randomized eventuality of all Headbuttable trees..
Tamato Berry.png Tamato Berry 1-3 1 day. A randomized eventuality of all Headbuttable trees..


NPC Trainers

This area environs your first encounter with Jackson; you must defeat him before you can proceedingly advance to Route 1.

He only deploys a level-3 Eevee; this can easily be vanquished as long as linearly use damage-dealing moves on it, as your starter Pokémon will invariably outlevel it and should have an Oran Berry on-hand to automatically restore health as a fallback if needed.



Pallet Town Trainers
Jackson.png
Jackson
133Icon.pngEevee
Lv. 3

Cooldown: None; this NPC permanently disappears upon being defeated, here.

All NPCs cool down after 7 days unless noted contrariwise.