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 About Western Great Forest, Pokemon & More
Naze
 Posted: Sep 11 2016, 12:30 AM
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Only scarcely explored, this is the Western Great Forest. A mix of deciduous trees and rainforest atmosphere, this area is wild; rife with Pokemon and you'll often get an overcast from a tightly knitted canopy. Most tree limbs are even out of human height unless you have a little help or an expert tree climber, even during Winter you'll find this area stays strong with plants that aren't too phased by the change of seasons.

Be careful of slippery moss, this area experiences plenty of rainfall and the result is of course a wet, slippery environment. If you'd rather play it safe, there's a decently trekked and marked path that'll lead you straight to Crater City. There's usually not too much blocking that path as Ashfield and Crater do trade and trips are made enough to keep the ground well trampled, but for the more adventurous soul, the forest awaits...


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Common
Pokemon commonly found in rainy, well covered forest terrain are Bug, Dark, Ghost, Flying, Grass and Poison types.

Uncommon
Uncommon encounters generally consist of those who don't care for wet feet which are usually Ground and Normal types.

Rare
A rare encounter would classify as meeting a Electric, Fire, Fighting, Fairy, Psychic, Water or Rock type Pokemon. However, Dragon, Steel and Ice Pokemon have never been found here.
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