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Pokémon Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!
{{main|Player's house#Kanto|Player's house → Kanto}}
[[File:Red House HGSS.png|thumb|Inside {{ga|Red}}'s house in Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver]]
====Generations I, III, and VII====
In [[Generation]]s {{Gen|I}}, {{Gen|III}}, and {{Gen|VII}}, this house is where the {{player}} lives before beginning their journey. The player's {{ka|Mom}} lives here, and after the player has left town for the first time, going home and talking to her will fully rest/restore all of the player's Pokémon, just like a [[Pokémon Center]]. In Generation I, the player's bedroom has a PC, a bed, and a TV with an [[Super Nintendo Entertainment System|SNES]] hooked up to it. It serves no other purpose, although the PC can be used to access the player's item storage, where a single [[Potion]] can be found and withdrawn from at the start of the game. In Generation III, the player's house features an enhanced version of the bedroom from Generation I. The only difference is the SNES being replaced with an {{wp|Nintendo Entertainment System|NES}}. In Generation VII, with the removal of the item storage function, the player's PC displays an email from their {{ga|Trace|friend and rival}}. In addition, the SNES from Generation I is replaced with a docked [[Nintendo Switch]], with a single left Joy-Con next to it.
 
In Generations I and III, after the [[Pokédex]] has been given to the player by Professor Oak, the [[Daisy Oak|rival's sister]] will give the player a [[Town Map]]. In [[Generation III]] Daisy will check the lead Pokémon's [[friendship]] and offer to groom a Pokémon in the player's party. She can only groom one Pokémon for every 512 steps the player takes. In [[Generation VII]], Daisy is replaced by the nameless sister of their childhood friend. While she does not groom Pokémon, she can still evaluate the [[friendship]] between the player and any {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} in their [[party]].
 
In [[Generation]]s {{gen|II}} and IV, Daisy will help the player comb their Pokémon, causing its [[friendship]] to be raised. In [[Generation IV]], she'll give the player Blue's [[Pokégear]] phone number so the player can call and arrange a rematch with him at the [[Fighting Dojo]]. Also returning from previous generations, Daisy will [[Pokémon groomer|groom]] one of the player's Pokémon for free once daily between 3:00 and 4:00 PM. As in Generation II, it will raise a Pokémon's friendship greatly; however, it will also raise the Pokémon's {{OBP|Beauty|condition}} stat. This is not displayed anywhere in-game, and the Pokémon must be seen from the point of view ofin Diamond, Pearl, or Platinum to notice. Despite this, {{p|Feebas}} whose Beauty is maxed out this way can [[Evolution|evolve]] into {{p|Milotic}}, unlike in FireRed and LeafGreen, where the Beauty stat did not exist in any shape or form. As a reference to Daisy's enjoyment of tea in Generation III, a large mug of tea sits on her table. In Generation IV only, the rival's house has a second story that mirrors the player's house, much like their Hoenn and Sinnoh counterparts.
 
==Demographics==
 
===Pokémon Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!===
Just like in all the aforementioned games, Pallet Town's population is 8 (not including the {{player}} and {{ga|Trace|rival}},) once again making it the smallest town in Kanto.
 
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