Amity Square

Amity Square redirects here. For the homonymous location in Fiore, see Fall City.

Amity Square ふれあい広場
Petting Square
"Wild Missingno. appeared!"
Amity Square BDSP.png
Map description: The square is a place where Trainers can stroll peacefully with Pokémon.
Location: Hearthome City
Region: Sinnoh
Generations: IV, VIII
Sinnoh Hearthome City Map.png
Location of Amity Square in Sinnoh.
Pokémon world locations

Amity Square (Japanese: ふれあい広場 Petting Square) is a park in Sinnoh where Trainers can walk around with their Pokémon and talk to them to check their moods. It is located north of Hearthome City.

The setup in Amity Square is identical to the Pikachu interaction system that was in Pokémon Yellow. Only certain small Pokémon can be taken for walks in Amity Square, usually of a "cute" appearance. Pokémon will fetch Berries, AccessoriesDPPt or StickersBDSP for their owners after a certain number of steps.

In Pokémon Platinum, more Pokémon are allowed in than before, and the area has been expanded and redesigned. It now includes a rather large pool of water on the west side, with a model of the Sinnoh region within. Rather than being able to cross the entire square as in Pokémon Diamond and Pearl, it has been separated into exclusive east and west sides, each only accessible via their respective gate. Of special note, Pokémon Platinum allows all three of the Sinnoh starter Pokémon and their entire evolution families.

In Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl, the allowed Pokémon pool is expanded further to include Eevee and its evolutions. Also, all eligible Pokémon in the player's party will be taken out to Amity Square at the one time. A Poffin making machine is situated in the northern section of the square, where Poffins can be made alongside the player's Pokémon. The camera's angle inside Amity Square can be tilted or zoomed to provide additional views of the player and Pokémon. After accessing Amity Square for the first time, the player will be given the ability to walk with one Pokémon outside of Amity Square.

The rock huts serve no purpose in Pokémon Diamond, Pearl, Brilliant Diamond or Shining Pearl; however, in Pokémon Platinum, they contain warp points that send the player to another rock hut in the park. Each hut contains three warp points, accessed by walking to the front, left, or right while inside the hut.

After taking an allowable Pokémon for a walk, players will find that their party has been fully healed.

Amity Square West Gate
Stroll with Your Pokémon!

Amity Square East Gate
Stroll with Your Pokémon!

Pokémon permitted

Pokémon permitted in the Amity Square vary per game.

  • In Diamond and Pearl, only 11 Pokémon were allowed: Psyduck, Pachirisu, Drifloon, Buneary, Happiny, Clefairy, Pikachu, Jigglypuff, Torchic, Shroomish and Skitty. The last four are only allowed after receiving the National Pokédex.
  • In Platinum, the Sinnoh starter Pokémon and their evolutions are permitted as well.
  • In Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl, Eevee and its evolutions are permitted as well.
Added in  D  P  Added in  Pt  Added in  BD  SP 


Items

Item Location Games
  TM43 (Secret Power) Lower west side of the grass field, near the west entrance  D  P 
  TM43 (Secret Power) On the rock in the middle of the island  Pt 
  TM43 (Volt Switch) Lower west side of the grass field, near the west entrance  BD  SP 
  TM45 (Attract) Upper-east side of the grass field, near the boy with DrifloonDP/woman in front of the poffin machineBDSP  D  P  BD  SP 
  TM45 (Attract) Near the warp in the middle-center north of the lake  Pt 
  Spooky Plate Next to the second rock hut that is near the east-side entrance, to the right of the boy with Drifloon  D  P  BD  SP 
  Spooky Plate On a ledge reachable by warping from the first rock hut in the east entrance: left, left, right  Pt 
  Amulet Coin Hidden in a rock hut to the left of the boy with Drifloon  D  P  BD  SP 
  Amulet Coin Behind the bench, all the way north from the east entrance  Pt 

Berry and Accessories man

In Pokémon Platinum, a man who, once a day, will give the player five Berries or one Accessory appears in the eastern side of the park. When the player enters the Square, the man will be in one of the isolated locations only accessible through the teleporters in the huts (the teleporter on the north side of a hut will always lead to one of the huts connected to the park's entrance/exit).

So long as the player stays within the park, the man will always offer the same item, but if the player has not accepted an item from the man, he may change the item he offers (as well as his position) if the player exits and reenters the park (such that the scene changes).

Berries Accessories
  Cornn Berry   Glitter Boulder
  Magost Berry   Black Pebble
  Rabuta Berry   Mini Pebble
  Nomel Berry   Big Scale
  Spelon Berry   Big Leaf
  Pamtre Berry   Thick Mushroom
  Watmel Berry   Stump
  Durin Berry
  Belue Berry

Found by the player's Pokémon

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Reason: Jigglypuff's Accessories for DP, Accessory rarities for Platinum, complete Sticker list for BDSP

Pokémon Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum

For every 200 steps that the player takes, their walking Pokémon will pick up either an Accessory or a Berry. The Accessories that the Pokémon may pick up differ depending on the Pokémon's species, while the Berries do not. The player can have up to nine of each Accessory and 999 of each Berry; if they already have the maximum amount of an item, their Pokémon will not pick up any more of that specific item and will only ever pick up other items. If the player has the maximum amount of all possible items, their Pokémon will never pick up any items.

Accessories
Pokémon Diamond and Pearl
Pokémon Accessories
Common Uncommon Rare
 
Psyduck
 
Pachirisu
  Jagged Boulder   Narrow Scale   Thick Mushroom
  Snaggy Pebble
  Brown Fluff   Mini Pebble
  Round Pebble
  Black Moustache   Green Scale
  Shed Horn
 
Drifloon
 
Torchic
  Pink Fluff   White Moustache   Purple Scale
  Red Feather
  Yellow Feather   Shed Claw
  Black Beard
  Narrow Scale   Narrow Leaf
  White Fluff
 
Buneary
 
Happiny
  Pink Scale   Snaggy Pebble   Black Pebble
  Shed Horn
  Pink Fluff   Big Leaf
  Yellow Feather
  Shed Claw   Green Scale
  Black Fluff
 
Clefairy
 
Skitty
  White Fluff   White Beard   Stump
  Orange Fluff
  White Feather   Thin Mushroom
  Mini Pebble
  Small Leaf   Big Scale
  Blue Scale
 
Pikachu
 
Shroomish
  Orange Fluff   Glitter Boulder   Purple Scale
  Brown Fluff
  Small Leaf   Big Scale
  Red Feather
  Yellow Feather   Black Moustache
  Yellow Fluff
 
Jigglypuff
  Blue Feather   Round Pebble ???
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Pokémon Platinum
Pokémon Accessories
 
Turtwig
 
Grotle
 
Torterra
  Brown Fluff
  Round Pebble
  Glitter Boulder
  Snaggy Pebble
  Jagged Boulder
  Green Scale
  Narrow Scale
  Black Moustache
  Shed Horn
  Thick Mushroom
 
Chimchar
 
Monferno
 
Infernape
  White Fluff
  Orange Fluff
  Round Pebble
  Blue Scale
  Big Scale
  White Feather
  White Beard
  Small Leaf
  Thin Mushroom
  Stump
 
Piplup
 
Prinplup
 
Empoleon
  White Fluff
  Pink Fluff
  Purple Scale
  Narrow Scale
  Red Feather
  Yellow Feather
  White Moustache
  Black Beard
  Narrow Leaf
  Shed Claw
 
Psyduck
 
Drifloon
 
Buneary
  Glitter Boulder
  Snaggy Pebble
  Pink Fluff
  Blue Scale
  Blue Feather
  White Feather
  Black Beard
  White Beard
  Big Leaf
  Thin Mushroom
 
Pachirisu
 
Happiny
 
Clefairy
 
Pikachu
  Yellow Fluff
  Brown Fluff
  Orange Fluff
  Mini Pebble
  Purple Scale
  Big Scale
  Red Feather
  Yellow Feather
  Black Moustache
  Small Leaf
 
Jigglypuff
 
Torchic
 
Shroomish
 
Skitty
  Pink Fluff
  Black Fluff
  Jagged Boulder
  Black Pebble
  Pink Scale
  Green Scale
  Yellow Feather
  Big Leaf
  Shed Claw
  Shed Horn
Berries
Common Uncommon
  Cornn Berry   Spelon Berry
  Pamtre Berry
  Magost Berry
  Watmel Berry
  Rabuta Berry
  Durin Berry
  Nomel Berry
  Belue Berry

Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl

Pokémon will pick up items after a set number of steps that the Pokémon takes. Accessories are no longer present in the game, and are replaced by the ability to pick up Stickers instead.

Stickers
Common Uncommon
  Heart Sticker A   Ethereal Sticker A
  Heart Sticker B   Cool Sticker C
  Heart Sticker D   Sky Sticker A
  Star Sticker A   Spark Sticker A
  Star Sticker B   Cuteness Sticker A
  Star Sticker C   Cuteness Sticker B
  Electricity Sticker A   Cuteness Sticker C
  Electricity Sticker B
  Electricity Sticker C
  Bubble Sticker A
  Bubble Sticker D
  Party Sticker C
  Flora Sticker A
  Flora Sticker B
  Flora Sticker D
  Flora Sticker E
  Song Sticker E
Other items
Common Uncommon
  Poké Ball   Luxury Ball
  Cornn Berry   Spelon Berry
  Magost Berry   Pamtre Berry
  Rabuta Berry   Watmel Berry
  Nomel Berry   Durin Berry
  Belue Berry

Layout

Diamond Pearl Platinum Brilliant Diamond Shining Pearl
     
 

In the anime

 
Amity Square in the anime

In Top-Down Training!, Paul battled Cynthia in a location called 自然公園 Nature Park, which was referred to as Amity Square in the dub. The parkland features an old ruin dedicated to the Legendary Pokémon Dialga and Palkia.

In the manga

 
Amity Square in Pokémon Adventures

Pokémon Adventures

Diamond & Pearl chapter

Amity Square was mentioned by Cynthia in Suffering Psyduck. She told Diamond and Pearl of an incident where a person had been walking with their Psyduck in Amity Square when it suddenly disappeared. She also remarked how a large group of Psyduck had soon after appeared on Route 210, blocking the path to Celestic Town, and suspected that these two incidents were connected. She also revealed that Mr. Backlot is the owner of Amity Square.

Trivia

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 互動廣場 Wuhduhng Gwóngchèuhng *
溝通廣場 Kāutūng Gwóngchèuhng *
Mandarin 互動廣場 / 互动广场 hùdòng Guǎngchǎng *
溝通廣場 / 沟通广场 Gōutōng Guǎngchǎng *
  Finnish Ystävyystori
  European French Square Paisible
  German Platz der Treue
  Italian Parco Concordia
  Korean 상호교류광장 Sangho Gyoryu Gwangjang
  Polish Plac Zgody
  European Spanish Plaza Amistad
  Vietnamese Quảng trường giao lưu




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Settlements
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Access to
Distortion World
See also
Hisui


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