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Pokémon Radio: Johto Attractions (Gen IV)
Can you name the Top 3 attractions from Johto towns according to the 'That Town, These People' radio show?
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An attraction can be a building, person, object, event, or just any unique aspect of the town. Script obtained from the Pokégear radio show "That Town, These People" from HGSS.
Pokémon Radio: Kanto Attractions (Gen IV)
New Bark Town (3rd)
There's a wind that will suddenly blast through the town, as residents know.
New Bark Town (2nd)
[These] allow us to be proactive in predicting when the wind will blow through the town.
New Bark Town (1st)
Professor Elm's doing great research on Pokémon as companions!
Cherrygrove City (3rd)
The roar of the waves from the beach to the west just makes everyone feel good, doesn't it?
Cherrygrove City (2nd)
This town has many little flower beds scattered around, making the town that much more beautiful.
Cherrygrove City (1st)
The first time travelers visit the town, the Guide Gent comes to show them around and help them out.
Violet City (3rd)
This bridge extends over the river running through the town, and is so round it reminds the residents of a drum.
Violet City (2nd)
This Pokémon Center is painted in natural colors so as to blend in with the beautiful scenery around it.
Violet City (1st)
Sprout Tower is always slowing swaying back and forth, and it's the place where trainers practice if they're aiming for the top.
Azalea Town (3rd)
This town is famous for the charcoal that the FARFETCH'D make with materials they gather themselves.
Azalea Town (2nd)
Also known as Rainmaker Well, Slowpoke Well is a popular sightseeing spot.
Azalea Town (1st)
Kurt is quite the talented Poké Ball Creator, using old-fashioned techniques.
Goldenrod City (3rd)
The gentleman running the Dress-Up Shop in the tunnel is manly on the outside, but at heart, he's kind of like a little girl.
Goldenrod City (2nd)
In the Global Terminal, you can trade Pokémon with people all around the world.
Goldenrod City (1st)
Transmitting information all over Johto, the Radio Tower is the number one magnificent sparkling attraction.
Ecruteak City (3rd)
The large hole burned into this tower stands as a reminder of its long, yet sad legacy.
Ecruteak City (2nd)
You can always hear strains of elegant music coming from this dance theater, which is very popular with tourists.
Ecruteak City (1st)
The trail to the Bell Tower is always decorated in shades of autumn for some reason, and is quite the magnificent sight!
Olivine City (3rd)
This café on the beach is very famous around the city for having great food.
Olivine City (2nd)
The S.S. Aqua moves using a jet of water and is a great resource to travelers going between Johto and Kanto!
Olivine City (1st)
The Lighthouse is a shining symbol of Olivine and lights the way for ships on the sea.
Cianwood City (3rd)
This Pharmacy has been in business for 500 years, can you believe it?
Cianwood City (2nd)
When you break rocks on the beach, sometimes KRABBY will gather.
Cianwood City (1st)
This lady will guide you to the path leading to the Safari Zone with her rhythmical way of speaking.
Mahogany Town (3rd)
They learned their lesson from the fire that happened in nearby Ecruteak City, and constructed fire lookout points.
Mahogany Town (2nd)
We don't know if these are delicious or not, but for some reason we bought one anyway! That's the power of a RageCandyBar!
Mahogany Town (1st)
They're not selling anything special, so what's with these customers in black clothes entering and leaving all day long?
Blackthorn City (3rd)
It's a place that is off-limits to most, you've got to have a special invitation to enter...
Blackthorn City (2nd)
Near the town is an entrance to the Ice Path, from which a cool wind always blows.
Blackthorn City (1st)
[This] is a great place for Trainers who like to teach their Pokémon new moves and have them forget old ones,
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