Morph Legends 3.0 Discussion
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The Haoj Region Cities, Towns, and Landmarks
1. Amethyst Town: This town is known for its harvesting of the jewel, Amethyst. The people here are very elegant and try to forget that The Collectors began in this formal town.
2. Warhol City: A city commemorated to a popular artist. Many people flock to this town for its lively and colorful vibes.
3. Galilee Sea: An ocean pass that only the strongest can endure. It is known for its large wakes and boat crashes. It is as if the sea is constantly at storm.
4. Venus City: Home of the title of “The Birth of The First Morpher” this city takes great pride in the fact that they were the first city to see a Morpher born years ago. They say the first Morpher was the most beautiful, unknown Pokemon to man.
5. Guernica Town: This town has a sad atmosphere to it. The majority of the Morphers were taken away from this town by The Collectors. The West side of this town has been completely recovered after a bombing in search for Legendaries who had been hiding out. The East side of this town has not yet been restored and is in complete ruins.
6. Primavera Forest: Some say this forest is the most beautiful part of the Haoj region. Deep inside this green and blossoming forest are hidden shrines for each and every Legendary Pokemon and Morpher who suffered from The Collectors. On the Northern most side of this deep forest is the Grass Type Gym.
7. Dali Village: Time seems to almost pass quicker than usual in this village. Many people who come through here with a dream, experience their travels going by faster than ever. It is very desert like.
8. Hickory City: This simple city is covered in beautiful flowers. People often come here to paint close up photos of the various flowers.
9. Olympia City: This city is covered in beautiful sculptures depicting humans from the past days of Gods and bible stories. Although the majority of the statues show humans, there are many Pokemon statues as well. In Olympia City, you will find the seventh gym leader. Another noticeable landmark is the art school for trainers who would like to become sculptors.
10. Louvre Museum: This museum is home to some of the greatest artwork in the Pokemon world. The museum is so big that it takes up the entire city only leaving room for trains going in and out, and a tiny airport. To many people’s surprise, this museum is home to the 8th gym leader whose tricky gym is an all time favorite of many trainers who have come through.
11. Victory Road: This long and seemingly endless road leads you straight to the Pokemon League. Despite this difficult journey, trainers love this path because it seems to magically project the beginning of your journey, and up until this point on your journey. Strong Pokemon can be fought and caught on Victory Road that some trainers even end up using in their battles against the Pokemon League.
12. Pokemon League: The amazing Pokemon League is a Trainer’s most difficult challenge as Pokemon Trainer. The Pokemon League strongly resembles Athens, Greece. The building that conceals/contains the current Champion looks very much alike to that of the Parthenon. However, it is much more restored than that of the original real world version and is much larger.
13. Blanca Lienzo Island: This manmade island is covered in plain white flowers. Many trainers after they complete their dream come here to think to themselves; “What is my next dream?” If a trainer thinks of their next dream, they are given a colored seed to represent their ambition. As they continue their next journey, the flower grows and its petals reflect the color of what their dreams mean. Elders are precise when determining who to give a seed to. Often times, someone of bad spirit will only reflect a wilted and dry seed.
14. Gogh City: This lovely quaint city is very densely populated. Buildings are found very close together. This city is well known for its very star filled night skies and cafes. Sometimes, people in this city can be judgmental of people who are different from others. However, after a while they grow to accept and love them.
15. Keane Islands: This tropical archipelago was originally inhabited by native people long ago but was discovered by explorers only to find out natives were already living there. Many of the islanders still keep up the old traditions of their native people and speak their native language as well. The island is named after a woman who was known for her art depicting people will large eyes.
16. Tenoch City: This city is very vibrant and colorful and known for its friendly and inviting atmosphere. It is split into two districts named: Kahlo and Rivera.