Pokémon Land

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Pokémon Land
ポケモンランド Pokémon Land
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Pokémon Land
Region Kanto
Debut Island of the Giant Pokémon

Pokémon Land (Japanese: ポケモンランド Pokémon Land) is an attraction located on the Island of the Giant Pokémon. It appeared in Island of the Giant Pokémon.

In the anime

The park's biggest attraction is its many different robotic Pokémon. When Ash, his friends, and Team Rocket ended up in Pokémon Land, they didn't realize that the Pokémon were robots, and believed them to be giants. They learned they were robots when they were trying to escape them. A roller coaster car they were riding in crashed through a robotic Zapdos, sending metal flying everywhere. Sadly, the amusement park was destroyed.

Giovanni spent billions of units of currency on building Pokémon Land, and wasn't happy to learn that everything had been destroyed.

For unexplained reasons, the robotic Pokémon seemed to try to kill the Trainers and the lost Pokémon, as evidenced by Zapdos and Moltres discharging electricity and flames at a fleeing Ash, Misty and Brock and Jessie and James, respectively, Charizard trying to vaporize Ash and friends with a Flamethrower, Blastoise spraying the group's Pokémon with a water blast that would be a lethal dose, Kabutops chasing Jessie and James, Charizard, Blastoise, and Venusaur chasing down the lost Pokémon, and Rhydon apparently trying to attack the lost Pokémon.

In the dub for Attack of the Prehistoric Pokémon, James indicated that the payoff they'll get from selling Fossils will be such that the Dinosaur theme park they'll open will rival that of the theme park (called "PokéWorld" here).

Pokémon seen at Pokémon Land

 
Krabby
 
Slowpoke → Slowbro

Giant robots

 
Venusaur
 
Charizard
 
Blastoise
 
Pikachu
 
Rhydon
 
Kabutops
 
Zapdos
 
Moltres

In the manga

Pokémon Pocket Monsters

In the Pokémon Pocket Monsters manga, a similar attraction to Pokémon Land known as the Amusement Park was built by Giovanni. Red, Clefairy and Pikachu visited the Amusement Park. Giovanni was not happy to see them in the place he built. He sent out Machamp and Poliwhirl, which evolved into Poliwrath, to take care of them. Like most places that Clefairy visits, this one ends up being destroyed in the end by Clefairy himself.

In other languages

Language Title
  Finnish Pokémon-maa
  German Pokémon-Land
  Italian Pokémon Land
  Polish Wyspa Pokémonów
  Brazilian Portuguese Terra dos Pokémons



Anime-exclusive locations in Kanto
A.J.'s GymAcapulcoBill's LighthouseCameran PalaceCamomile IslandCamp PokéhearstCeladon UniversityCerise Laboratory
Chrysanthemum IslandCommerce CityCremini TownCrimson CityDark CityDragonite IslandEevee Evolution LabEvolution Mountain
Fennel ValleyFighting Spirit GymFrodomar CityGaiva DamGardenia TownGrampa CanyonGringey CityHidden VillageHollywood
HopHopHop TownHouse of ImiteHutber PortIsland of the Giant PokémonKaz GymLeaf ForestMaiden's PeakMatcha CityMetallica Island
Mirage MansionMossgreen VillageMt. HideawayMulberry CityNeon TownNew IslandO-Hina TownOld Shore WharfPokélantis
Pokémon LandPokémon Ninja SchoolPokémon TechPokémon Theme ParkPokémopolisPotpourri IslandRifure VillageRotaSable City
Safari LandSayda IslandSayda LabScissor StreetSeafoam IslandSilver TownStone TownSunnytownTeam Rocket AcademyTeam Rocket HQ
Terracotta TownTree of BeginningUnnamed island (EP060)Vermilion City schoolVermilion ForestWisteria TownXanadu NurseryYas Gym
Anime-location templates
KantoOrange ArchipelagoJohtoHoennSinnohUnovaDecolore IslandsKalosAlolaOther



Manga-exclusive locations
Magical Pokémon Journey: Walnut Tree
Phantom Thief Pokémon 7: Sun Sun
Pokémon Adventures: Cerise IslandCeladon UniversityMeteor VillagePoni Altar
Pokémon Gotta Catch 'Em All: Celadon UniversityKigan Island
Pokémon Pocket Monsters: Amusement Park
Pokémon Try Adventure: Meragura Volcano
The Electric Tale of Pikachu: Dream IslandHidden VillageMt. SpiritStone Town


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