Medali チャンプルタウン
Chanpuru Town
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Medali Gym - Paldea Gym #5
specialist Gym
Normal Badge
Normal Badge
Medali Gym - Paldea Gym #5
specialist Gym
Normal Badge
Normal Badge
Medali Gym - Paldea Gym #5
specialist Gym
Normal Badge
Normal Badge
[[| League]]
Elite Four
Elite Four
Elite Four
Elite Four
Champion [[{{{champion}}}|{{{champion}}}]]
[[| League]]
Elite Four
Elite Four
Elite Four
Elite Four
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West Province (Area Three)
West Province (Area Three)
Dalizapa Passage
West Province (Area Three)
Paldea Medali Map.png
Location of Medali in Paldea.

Medali (Japanese: チャンプルタウン Chanpuru Town) is a town in the Paldea region, located at the base of Glaseado Mountain's Dalizapa Passage and West Province (Area Three), as well as being located not far from the Zero Gate, the entrance to the Great Crater of Paldea and, by extension, Area Zero.

Because of the Gym's specialized type, the people of this town tend to walk around accompanied by Normal-type Pokémon.

Places of interest

Medali Gym

Main article: Medali Gym

The Medali Gym is the official Gym of Medali. The Gym Leader is Larry, who specializes in Normal-type Pokémon.

Treasure Eatery

The Treasure Eatery is a restaurant located in Medali. The Gym battle against Larry is held here. The player can also come here to change their Pokémon's Tera Types by speaking to the cook and giving her 50 Tera Shards of the desired type.


  • Due to the Battle Court being placed in the Treasure Eatery instead of outside, if Nemona challenges the player character in Medali, the battle will take place in front of the Gym building instead.
  • A poster containing silhouettes of the Pokémon Okidogi, Munkidori, and Fezandipiti can be seen outside of the Treasure Eatery, hinting at The Teal Mask expansion of Pokémon Scarlet and Violet.
  • A man in Medali will hold onto any extra Gimmighoul Coins if the player total amount of coins reaches 999 and they can be received once the players amount of Gimmighoul coins goes below 999.


Name origin

Language Name Origin
Japanese チャンプルタウン Chanpuru Town From チャンプルー chanpurū (Okinawan stir fry dish; Okinawan for jumble)
English Medali From medley[1]
German Mesclarra From mescla (Portuguese for mixture) or mezcla (Spanish for mixture)
Spanish Pueblo Mestura From mestura (Galician for mixture)
French Mezclamora From mezcla (Spanish for mixture) and possibly Zamora
Italian Mesturia From mestura (Galician for mixture) and possibly Asturias
Korean 참푸르마을 Champureu Maeul Transcription of Japanese name
Chinese (Mandarin) 錦匯鎮 / 锦汇镇 Jǐnhuì Zhèn From 什錦 / 什锦 shíjǐn / sahpgám (assorted) and 匯 / 汇 huì / wuih (to gather together)
Chinese (Cantonese) 錦匯鎮 Gámwuih Jan


  1. NPC: "This is Medali! Kind of sounds like “medley,” right? A fitting name for a town with such a mix of people and things!" (Pokémon Scarlet and Violet)

South: Cabo PocoMesagoza (Naranja Academy/Uva Academy)
Los PlatosCortondoAlfornadaPokémon League
East: ArtazonLevinciaZapapico
West: CascarrafaPorto MarinadaMedali
North: Montenevera
South Province
Area OneArea TwoArea Three
Area FourArea FiveArea Six (Alfornada Cavern)
Poco PathInlet GrottoSouth Paldean Sea
East Province
Area One (Schedar Squad's Base) • Area TwoArea Three
Tagtree Thicket (Navi Squad's Base) • East Paldean Sea
West Province
Area One (Segin Squad's Base) • Area TwoArea Three
Asado DesertWest Paldean Sea
North Province
Area OneArea Two (Caph Squad's Base) • Area Three (Ruchbah Squad's Base)
Casseroya Lake (Socarrat Trail) • Glaseado Mountain (Dalizapa Passage)
North Paldean Sea
Great Crater of Paldea
Area ZeroZero GateZero Lab
Ten Sights of Paldea (Colonnade Hollow)
Grasswither ShrineIcerend Shrine
Groundblight ShrineFirescourge Shrine
Access to
KitakamiBlueberry Academy

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