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3 years ago#31
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3 years ago#32
UK and Ireland or Australia
3 years ago#33
A flying magic carpet pokemon
A sphinx pokemon

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3 years ago#34
Scandinavia holds my vote. Mythology is plentiful, probably get a ton of good ice/water/dragon types (what with vikings and such), and Iceland supplies the requisite volcano for all the fire types.
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3 years ago#35
PrettyTonyTiger posted...
Europe would be boring. Europeans literally hunted all their native large predators to the point of extinction (lions, wolves etc)

Of course Europe is a little dull.

But it's universal. Outside of China which won't happen because GF is Japanese, there are only a couple half dozen or so locations left that would fit.


Those last three are incredibly generous. Germany and Spain only carry relative interest because of location. Greece and Italy aren't amazing choices right now because of politics.

I could see a return to Kanto, but the United Kingdom may be the last viable vestige of a major area short of ALL of Africa (or at least Some of and south of the Sahra)
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3 years ago#36
Australia for drop bears, cassowaries, white-winged choughs or Koel, storks or cranes, and these guys:
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