Celadon Department Store
|Celadon Department Store - Kanto|
A positional vantage point of Celadon Department Store in Kanto.
Celadon Department Store is a six-story compartmental emporium located in Celadon City, being the largest building therein.
It is the only department store available in Kanto; by extension, it is the largest store in the region, carrying the most all-encompassing inventory of items—inclusive of some item categories that are not ubiquitously retailed in Pokémarts, such as TMs and evolutionary stones.
- 1 Notable miscellanies
- 2 Floors
- 2.1 1F: Receptionistic Counter
- 2.2 2F: Pokémon and Trainer Supplements
- 2.3 Miscellaneous
- 2.4 3F: TMs
- 2.5 Counter Move Tutor
- 2.6 Snore Move Tutor
- 2.7 4F: Evolutionary Stones & Ticket Seller
- 2.8 PVE Coin Master
- 2.9 5F: Vitamins & Herbs
- 2.10 Rooftop
Max Revive Trader
Fashion Girl Emily
Emily is located on the first floor. After a certain update, Goth Clothes and Autumn Clothes were switched to other color or the other type of cloth. Fashion Girl Emily trades any of these clothes to any color of both types.
- Main article: Thief (quest)
The department store is the central domain of the Thief quest—a quest that rewards the eponymous TM. The quest entails purloining items in the store.
The quest can be started by speaking to a man in burglarious apparel on the rooftop.
Pinkan Island quest
- Main article: Pinkan Island (quest)
After speaking to the Biker in Saffron City, the next person to speak to is the Department Store Owner on the first floor. He will say that they have been robbed, but won't give any information about who did it or where they may be. The next destination will then be Route 7.
There is a stack of cardboard boxes that can be used for Rotom forms on the 2nd floor. If the player has a Rotom in his or her party, it will be able to freely change between the multiple forms with no cost or delay.
PvE Coin Master
- Main article: PvE Coins
The PvE Coin Master is located on the 4th floor. He will sell various rare Pokemon and items using PvE Coins as a currency. He will sell up to 5 different kind of Pokemon, which are randomized each week from a list of Pokemon. The items he sell varie from a large variety of categories, including Cosmetics, Mounts, Evolution items, Battle items and Usable items.
On the rooftop, Pokémon Novice Loise can be found. For a one-off exchange, you can trade her Fresh Water, Lemonade, and Soda Pop for TM75 (Swords Dance), TM44 (Rest), and TM138 (Sleep Talk), respectively.
1F: Receptionistic Counter
This is the service-counter floor where shoppers are greeted by the receptionist. There are also a few miscellaneous NPCs that will trade certain items.
The Item Buyer will buy many items from the player. Most specifically, he will rebuy Pokéballs and Potions for half of their regular price, and regular berries for 25, as noted by the table below. Furthermore, he will rebuy any PvE Shop item at half their original price.
2F: Pokémon and Trainer Supplements
This floor subsumes only curative items that are sold throughout Pokémarts.
Additionally, a Pokéball-vendor can be found on the floor. He will sell you 50 Pokéballs for the price of 9,000; this effectively saves you 1,000, since 50 Pokéballs would cost 10,000 at the standardly retailed price.
TMs are sold on this floor, making it the vastest TM store available in the region.
Counter Move Tutor
Snore Move Tutor
4F: Evolutionary Stones & Ticket Seller
PVE Coin Master
Link to the PvE coins Page: PvE Coins
5F: Vitamins & Herbs