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Genesect's home

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Genesect's home
Region Unknown
Debut Genesect and the Legend Awakened

Genesect's home is an anime-exclusive location in the Pokémon world. It is the place where the Genesect Army lived three hundred million years ago.

In the ancient past, it was a verdant place with many mountains and a large lake, where many Oltus flowers bloomed. However, when the Genesect returned to the area after being resurrected by and escaping from Team Plasma, they found it had changed dramatically, now a snowy wasteland devoid of life. The Red Genesect was swept up by an avalanche but the others were saved by Mewtwo, who learned of their plight. Despite Mewtwo's conciliatory tone, though, it was attacked when the Red Genesect returned. After a brief conflict, the Genesect Army left and eventually arrived in New Talk City, which they mistook for their home because the city's tall buildings resembled the mountains that once stood there.


Other anime-exclusive locations
Mystery Dungeon world: Sinister Cave
Region unknown: Brindille TownFula CityGanga TownGenesect's homeInua TownLapidarian HighlandsMocha Town
Mount TenseiNorth PolePokémon Nurse SchoolRaizen MountainsSamiyaSento Cherry TownTokyo City
Extraterrestrial locations: Millennium Comet
Inter-dimensional locations: Deoxys's unnamed worldGhost WorldMirror WorldPoipole's worldReverse WorldUnown Dimension
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