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Tumblecube Island カクコロ島
Kakukoro Island
Tumblecube Island.png
Introduction Pokémon Quest
Professor None
Starter Pokémon Bulbasaur, Charmander, Squirtle, Pikachu, and Eevee
Regional Villains None
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Games
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Games Pokémon Quest
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Tumblecube Island (Japanese: カクコロ島 Kakukoro Island) is the setting of the game Pokémon Quest.

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Geography

As its name suggests, Tumblecube Island is an island made of cubes. It is said that it possesses traces of an old civilization that no longer exists and that precious loot is hidden around the island. Tumblecube Island is home to 12 small areas of varying terrain.

Locations

Each location has a certain amount of subareas to explore, plus a Type bonus which allows the player's Pokéxel to inflict more damage if it possesses that Typing. Not all locations, however, offer a Type bonus to the player.

Culture

Tumblecube Island appears to be uninhabited by any humans, only being home to cube-shaped wild Pokémon known as Pokéxels. They are attracted by the smell of food at Base Camp and are willing to befriend humans. It is stated that, even if Pokéxels are the same species, their Pokémon Charms and Abilities can be slightly different from each other. Pokéxels can be given Power Stones to help them become stronger, and an Everstone button can be given to them to keep them from evolving.

Statues of Pokéxels seem to hold a symbolic importance for Tumblecube Island. After defeating the boss at First Steppe, the player is given the Prolific Statue, which is carved in the shape of three Rattata and is most revered in the Chamber of Legends. The dialogue suggests that the statue is meant to symbolize prosperity, given how Rattata are capable of surviving no matter where they live. Similarly, the Flourishing Statue received after defeating the boss at Backforth Brook is carved in the shape of a Doduo, and it is said that the creator believed Doduo's physical strength would help Tumblecube Island to succeed.

In other languages

Language Name Origin
Japanese カクコロ島 Kakukoro Island From 角 kaku (cube) and コロコロ korokoro (onomatopoeia for rolling)
English Tumblecube Island From tumble and cube
French Île Trois-Dés From trois dés (three dice) and 3D
German Kubo-Eiland From kubo (Esperanto for cube)
Italian Isola Cubetti From cubetti (small cubes)
Spanish Isla Rodacubo From rodar (to roll) and cubo (cube)
Korean 네모루루섬 Nemoruru Seom From 네모 nemo (cube) and 대구루루 daegururu (onomatopoeia for rolling)
Chinese (Mandarin) 方可樂島 / 方可乐岛 Fāngkělè Dǎo From 方塊 / 方块 fāngkuài (cube) and 可樂 / 可乐 kělè (happy)
Chinese (Cantonese) 方可樂島 Fōnghólohk Dóu From 方塊 fōngfaai (cube) and 可樂 hólohk (happy)
Russian Кубико-остров Kubiko-ostrov
Остров Тамблкьюб Ostrov Tamblk'yub
From кубик kubik (cube)
From English name


Regions in the Pokémon world
Core series Kanto (Sevii Islands) • JohtoHoenn
SinnohUnovaKalosAlolaGalar
Side series Orre
Anime Orange ArchipelagoDecolore Islands
Spin-off games FioreAlmiaObliviaPokémon Island
Mintale TownRyme CityRanseiFerrum
Mystery Dungeon worldPokéParkTCG Islands
Carmonte IslandTumblecube Island
TCG Southern IslandsHolon
Sovereign states in
the Pokémon world
Pokémon nationRanger UnionGuyana
Lucario KingdomMirage KingdomRota

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