The History Of Pokemon City

The world is a dangerous place. Since 2076, the world has been consumed in war. The Unification in 2046 proved to be the single most catastrophic event in the history of the Pokemon World. When the regions came in contact with one another, war was inevitable. Their cultures were too different, and each had resources the others wanted.

Now, much of the young Hoenn is ablaze from the flames of Unovan weaponry, Johto and Kanto fight furiously to halt the Sinnohan war machine, and numerous small nations have arisen since The Unification. It is quite literally a World War, but with the presence of Pokemon, far worse than any war the humans of Old Earth could have imagined.

Fortunately, Tim Damsah, and executive in Silph Co. had a vision. A vision of a city disengaged from this war. A city where the old practices of Pokemon Battling and Gyms can exist not for training, not for war, but for pleasure. Amassing his fortune, Tim Damsah took a boat with 297 settlers, later to be known as the Visionaries, and set forth on the ocean to find a land where they may settle and create a new city.

And so, Pokemon City was created. The name, while unoriginal, is fitting. The city is removed from the politics of the world; in fact, it is one of the few laws of the city that the politics of the outside world may neither be discussed nor intervened in. Damsah's vision of a capitalistic city has come to fruition. Corporations are able to create what they wish, not what the war machine of their respective nation has.

There are many benefits of Pokemon City. No war. An economy where even the poor have enough to survive. Technology decades, if not centuries, ahead of much of the rest of the world. It truly is an isolated bubble of growth in a world of blood and tyranny. Even better, education of a kind not present in other parts of the world exists. This not only makes training Pokemon easy, but safer than anywhere else in the world.

Come to seek refuge in Pokemon City, the only beacon of light in a sea of darkness.

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