Orange Islands

This is where all the action happens. Come here to start or continue your adventure in the Orange Islands!

  1. Tangelo Island

    It is here that you start your adventure in the Orange Islands!
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  2. Route 201

    A short route that winds through the shallows separating Tangelo and Valencia Islands. Its calm waters and laid-back wildlife serve as a first test for new trainers in the region.
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  3. Valencia Island

    A small research island, home to the laboratory of Professor Ivy and the triplets.
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  4. Route 202

    A calm sector of ocean between Valencia and Tarroco. The small, cliff-laden islands and patches of kelp forest provide shelter for a variety of more docile Pokémon, ideal for beginning trainers.
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  5. Tarroco Island

    A small but densely populated island. This island is also home to Dimitri, who runs a gym with his dark type Pokemon.
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  6. Grapefruit Islands

    A cluster of seven islands in the northeastern part of the region. They have become a popular tourist destination in recent years due to their open beaches and grapefruit farms, but there are still places to explore and Pokémon to find in the islands' untouched groves and sands.
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  7. Mikan Island

    A busy city island, home to many shops and beaches. This island is also home to the gym leader Cissy and her water Pokemon.
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  8. Route 212

    A section of mostly calm ocean with low-lying, grassy islands of various sizes and the occasional grove of trees providing shade and nests for birds. The tall fields provide excellent cover for Roda and other small Pokémon.
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  9. Pinkan Island

    A solitary, partially forested, sparsely inhabited island used by the locals for farming and ranching. The isle's indigenous fruits are famous for being able to alter the coloration of Pokémon who eat them.

    This area is optional.
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  10. Route 213

    A long sea route between Pinkan and Millsweet Islands. A volcanic ridge runs along the western portion of most of the route, creating a sort of barrier between the archipelago routes and the open ocean, but its jagged rocks jutting out of the sea and the shallower waters around it were the cause of many shipwrecks in the past. Several large buoy platforms are stationed throughout the route, as well, and trainers enjoy using these to rest or to seek out battles.
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  11. Millsweet Island

    A quiet island that many Sonnest and Psibian call home. This island is also home to the grass type gym leader Alyssa.
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  12. Route 203

    A route housing several small, sparsely vegetated islands in close proximity to Navel. The "Beast of the Sea", an unusually cold current for the tropical seas, winds through this route, bringing with it abnormally cool temperatures for the region. Thus, several Pokémon more accustomed to cooler weather are able to make their home here.
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  13. Navel Island

    A medium sized island with a huge mountain in the center. Danny and his gym are located in a crater atop the mountain.
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  14. The Underground Pass

    An ancient network of caverns and catacombs, the Pass serves as a pathway beneath the waves that connects Navel and Ascorbia. Cave-dwelling and ghost Pokémon alike dwell in the depths...and legends say that strange things await those brave or foolish enough to venture too far into the darkness.
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  15. Ascorbia Island

    Ascorbia Island is a fairly large island that is well known for its fighting dojo. The island is also home to Jason, who runs a gym with his powerful flying types.
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  16. Route 204

    A path that skirts the cliff-laden coastline of South Mandarin Island, combining elements of the surrounding tropical routes with those of the mainland. A web of rivers and streams crisscross the mountainous landscape, some etching into the earth and creating deep canyons. The caves that dot the area give shelter to some unique wildlife...as well as holding their fair share of secrets from long ago.
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  17. Trovita Island

    A forested island that is surrounded by large rocks. Rudy's gym is on this island, atop a tall plateau.
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  18. Route 205

    This chain of small islands traverses a section of the sea in between Murcott and the east side of South Mandarin. A forest of mangrove trees has overgrown their shores and the waters between them, creating a pathway of swampland that links the isles together. Their existence provides a haven for indigenous Pokémon...but not one without its share of dangers lurking in the brackish depths.
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  19. Murcott Island

    An island famous for its bug Pokemon. For that reason, this island is nicknamed "The Orange Island Safari Zone".
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  20. Route 217

    A collection of islands that, like those of Route 212, feature grassy fields and rolling hills. Unlike its counterpart, though, it is radically affected by the volcanic activity that goes on well beneath its surface. Rocky, uneven cliffs join the trees and grass, and the heat from below escapes in clusters of thermal vents and hot springs that allow a significant number of Fire types to thrive.
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  21. Sunburst Island

    An island scorched by constant heat and warm winds. This is also the island that General Lex and his electric Pokemon call home.
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  22. Route 218

    A route filled with many islands containing steep cliffs. Hardy Ground-type Pokemon make their homes among the jagged rocks.
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  23. Kumquat Island

    A large island with a huge hotel, run by Luana. Luana also runs the gym on the island, which is conveniently located inside the hotel.
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  24. Victory Road

    A harsh path of rough currents, steep cliffs, frozen wastelands, and dense forests. Any trainer that makes it through this route has shown his strength, and is allowed to challenge the Pokemon League.
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  25. Pummelo Island

    The final stop for all trainers taking on the Orange Crew challenge. The huge arena on the island is where the few trainers that make it this far challenge the Elite Four, and their champion Drake.
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  26. Route 220

    One of the calmest routes in the Orange Islands, due to lack of winds. Because of this, many Doramizu have made this area their home. Beware, however, of the reports of strange pokemon here. . .
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  27. Mandarin Island North

    This island is home to one of the largest cities in the entire archipelago, and is often referred to as "The Big Orange". Also located on this island is the port that runs the ferry system between the Orange Islands and Zeralis.
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  28. Shamouti Island

    At the heart of the region lies Shamouti Island, a mythical mountain with a large shrine at the top.
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