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Pallet Town

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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.
===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 rival,) once again making it the smallest town in Kanto.