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    Rocky Road ~ Home of Sword, Shield, Cynthian, and Skara

    Far in the back was a modest home that actually had normal proportions from the perspective of anyone from a human world. It was here where Shield and Sword had taken up a residency, along with Cynthian and Skara. Like all of the houses in Rocky Road, it came with four basic rooms. There was a...
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    Rocky Road ~ House of Diyem, Eien, Mellow, and Toast

    The front of Rocky Road had one of the largest houses, meant for truly gargantuan Pokemon. Diyem took this home for Eien, confident that they would save her. This was a little awkward for some of the residents, particularly Mellow, but there seemed to be accommodations for normal-sized Pokemon...
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    Rocky Road ~ House of Starr and Nate

    Near the middle of the street of houses was a large home suited for accommodating Pokemon that were reasonably large, perhaps even larger-than-life. This was a little awkward for some of the residents, particularly Nate, but there seemed to be accommodations for smaller Pokemon to go out and...
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    Rocky Road ~ House of Dill, Saltriv, Shiron, and Vix

    On the far end of the street meant for Team Spectrum was a modestly sized home suited for medium-sized Pokemon, mostly for those that were more akin to five feet or so in height. Like all of the other homes, it had three basic rooms, being the foyer and living room equipped with a kitchen and...
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    Rocky Road ~ House of Kate, Cabot, and Nip

    Near the beginning of the street of houses meant for Team Spectrum was a large home suited for Pokemon meant for open air or otherwise bulky frames. And while not appropriate for their legal owners, it was at least something accommodating for the ultra Shades that accompanied them, such as...
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    Destiny Village ~ Hot Cocoa Therapy Offices

    The southwestern corner of Destiny Village was mostly dedicated to administrative, working, or office jobs, and had a much more sterile, calm feel compared to the Colosseum on the opposite side of the city. The buildings were more uniform and the streets were quieter. But despite this, each one...
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    Rocky Road ~ House of Brisa, Dave, Koa, and Owen
    Threadmarks: R11 - Moving In

    Near the middle of the street of houses was a medium-sized home suited for accommodating Pokemon that were reasonably large, but nothing larger-than-life. This made things mildly cramped for Wishkeeper, but otherwise more than suitable for the residences who ultimately decided to settle there...
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    Destiny Village ~ The Hero

    Many streets down from X-Eye Cauldron was a district of Destiny Village that had a bit more of a quiet, proper tone. X-Eye had the casual and friendly atmosphere, and Pasta Plaza had some shadier dealings, at least at a relative scale, but just down the roads and closer to the library was a...
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    Destiny Village ~ Rocky Road
    Threadmarks: R11 - True Form

    Adjacent to Parfait Way was another, smaller street that had several vacant houses soon to be occupied by Team spectrum. The lawns were all uniformly square in their little lots, and the homes were incredibly basic, with white walls, a snow-proof roof, and simple glass windows. Some were bigger...
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    Destiny Village ~ Sundae Park

    Near the center of Destiny Village, to the southwest of the central crossroads, was a large, flat park of green grass and small trees. While the vast majority of Destiny Village, built into the cold stone of the Mystery Continent, was more modern and urbanized, this section of the village had...
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    Poppin' Arms ~ Training Facility

    Deep underground, a hi-tech elevator beneath the Destiny Village guild led to a heavily fortified underground training facility. It was a known secret, and had in fact been designed as a secret bunker in case something catastrophic happened (unfortunately, Joule's attack was too strong even for...
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    Destiny Colosseum ~ Stands
    Threadmarks: R9 - Spectrum Showcase

    Considered to be one of the most energetic places in the world, Destiny Colosseum's stands were constantly buzzing with excitement. Monumental fights seemed to happen every other day, and with Team Spectrum now paying regular visits, it seemed like the Colosseum was becoming even more popular...
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    Poppin' Arms ~ Holding Cells
    Threadmarks: R8 ~ Karats are Good for Your Eyes

    While rare, there are occasions where Poppin' Arms required the use of its personal jail. They were usually meant for unruly Pokemon of great power that needed to be under careful watch by the strongest fighters, Poppin' Arms being the focal point for just that need. The basement held three...
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    Destiny Village ~ Pasta Plaza

    The entertainment district, between all the food and the fighting, the plays and seedy bars, was all connected by various small roads that eventually led to a central crossroads known as Pasta Plaza. Hopefully the name was not as strange to Cibus natives. Even Destiny Village, with all its...
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    Poppin' Arms ~ Cafeteria
    Threadmarks: R7 - Translation Errors

    The heartiest, healthiest foods were the main staple of the Poppin' Arms Guild. Fresh ingredients, the latest advancements of conjured meats and foodstuffs, and of course the usual, vibrant foods that you'd normally expect from a fancy restaurant. It seemed that along with having some of the...
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    Destiny Village ~ X-Eye Cauldron

    Down the road between the commercial and entertainments districts of town was a string of restaurants, bars, and other eateries that flooded the senses with all kinds of scents. Street vendors happily shared their foods to passerby tourists and residents alike, while the fancier restaurants down...
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    Poppin' Arms ~ Large Dorms

    Architecture in Destiny Village was often accommodating for Pokemon large and small. As such, some of the dorm rooms, particularly the ones further in the back, had wider doors and larger spaces inside to accommodate the larger Pokemon that occupied them. Everything was supersized and generally...
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    Destiny Colosseum ~ Training Rooms

    While the main arena was the attraction everyone paid attention to, there were side rooms that could be rented out for use by Pokemon that were preparing to fight, or simply those training in an enclosed setting. The Colosseum in particular had highly reinforced walls and floors, making it very...
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    Mystery Continent ~ Southern Beach

    Unlike the beach south of Treasure Town, the beach at the Mystery Continent was anything but pleasant. Harsh, cold winds kicked up chilling ocean mist and choppy waves of a dark ocean. The sand was gray from the stone that it was made of, rather than the traditional beige, and made for a gloomy...
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    Poppin' Arms ~ Study
    Threadmarks: R5 - Cosmog's Memories

    On the far end of the hall of the dorms, as far from the lounge was possible, was the study room. There were no board games here, no darts, no Sky Jukebox, and perhaps to some, no fun. But it was here that the quiet, insulated walls allowed for deep concentration, meditation, and learning. The...
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