Platinum Town Map

Random Gaming or Video Games Quiz

Can you name the Pokémon Platinum Locations?

Quiz not verified by Sporcle

How to Play
Challenge
Share
Tweet
Embed
In-Game DescriptionLocationSecond In-Game Description
A sandy beach extends from the road. The beach is busy with avid Fishermen happily casting at the water's edge. N/A
A winding path that twists through grassy fields. Young Traniers like to test their battle skills here. N/A
A small path through a lush, green, wooded area. The densely grown trees give off a thick aroma. N/A
A speck of an island far from any civilization. It is covered in an abundance of flowers. N/A
This area is always inundated by heavy rainfall. Only hardy Trainers that can take the rain gather here. N/A
This narrow route is lined with deep, tall grass that tickles the noses of people straying off the path. A canyon covered in untamed nature. It is always shrouded by a dense fog.
A town where hot-blooded Trainers gather to work out and hone their battling skills. N/A
A marine route that requires travelers to navigate around jutting rocks and sandbars. N/A
The sea is perfect for swimming, with gentle winds and tides. There are sandbars for resting, too. N/A
A lush field of grass spreads from Mt. Coronet's sheer rock face, creating a vista of contrasts. N/A
The path makes its way up and down among rocky outcroppings. It is physically challenging. N/A
The sprawling ironworks is located with the forest at its back. N/A
One of the lakes that is symbolic of the water—rich Sinnoh region. There is an odd legend associated with it. N/A
This friendly city started as a place where people and Pokémon gathered, then grew into a center of commerce. N/A
A tiny town that preserves the history of Sinnoh and the old ways of life. N/A
A sandy town that is located right next to a beach. It is redolent with the salty scent of the sea. N/A
A tiny port city where Trainers who love battling more than eathing gather. N/A
The most modernized city in the Sinnoh region. It is bustling with people on the go. N/A
A charmingly natural path that wanders past many ponds and groves of trees. N/A
A town that attracts Trainers who know there are other ways of enjoying Pokémon than battling. N/A
One of the lakes that is symbolic of the water—rich Sinnoh region. There is an odd legend associated with it. N/A
In-Game DescriptionLocationSecond In-Game Description
Trainers seeking to become the best arrive here after enduring a long and grueling journey. N/A
A path that winds precariously along sheer cliffs that go right to the edge of the sea's pounding waves. N/A
A beautiful white-sand beach only five seconds on foot from Sandgem Town. A pleasant breeze blows from the sea. N/A
A small, round pond that lies inside a closed-off forest. N/A
The temperate climate makes this town a relaxed and casual place for people and Pokémon to live in. N/A
This rough path is harshly raked by a horizontally blowing sandstorm driven by strong winds off the sea. N/A
The ______ ________—where the best of the best Trainers gather to test their skill—is located here. N/A
Despite its shortness, this road is revered by fishing enthusiasts as a great, yet little known, fishing spot. N/A
Offshore boulders form a jetty that becalms waves reaching the beach. A resort hotel overlooks the water. N/A
Despite being so close to a big town, this path retains its relaxed, natural atmosphere. N/A
A small, ore-rich island that is off the coast of Eterna City. N/A
A town of flower lovers, ________ ____ is always perfumed with the sweet scent of flowers. N/A
A mountain path that tunnels through Mt. Coronet, one of the tallest mountains in Sinnoh. N/A
An old city that shows fading and almost-forgotten vestiges of ancient history. N/A
A forest enveloped in chilly air. Thick stands of trees turn the forest into a natural maze. N/A
A vibrant and energetic city mining town that is blessed with a precious natural resource. N/A
Located at the foot of Mt. Coronet, this road is carved ino the rugged, rocky terrain. N/A
Smoothly paved in asphalt, the Cycling Road is heavenly for bicycle lovers. N/A
The road joining Veilstone City and a lake is described as either 'wildly natural' or simply 'a mess'. N/A
With grass fields, rocky outcroppings, the sea, and sandbars, this area is like a miniature of the Sinnoh region. N/A
A straight path hemmed by green grass and sparse strands of trees. N/A
In-Game DescriptionLocationSecond In-Game Description
Numerous wind turbines stand in the vicinity of the ______ _________. N/A
A small town with the fresh scent of new leaves in the air. It feels like a place where adventures start. N/A
A straight path bounded by the sea on both sides. It leads to Flower Paradise. N/A
This city was originally founded to protect the Great Marsh. It has grown naturally over the years. N/A
One of the lakes that is symbolic of the water—rich Sinnoh region. There is an odd legend associated with it. N/A
The streams forded by this path wind past copses and grassy patched in a serene and soothing manner. N/A
The fourth lake of Sinnoh that was kept a secret. N/A
A rugged and steep mountain path where vision is limited by steadily falling volcanic ash. N/A
A port city that is bisected by a canal. It has a distinctly exotic air of foreign culture. N/A
A small, crescent-shaped pond that lies inside a closed-off forest. N/A
A rugged, seemingly indestructible rock mountain that is thickly blanketed by the volcanic ash it spews. N/A
A sea route that stretches from west to east. There is an island that is rich with plant life along the way. N/A
A quietly flowing stream and hilly terrain with one-way ledges make this a fun area for adventure. A wide, wooden walkway spans a large pond. Fishermen idle their time away dangling lines from the walkway.
A sacred mountain that is capped the year-round with snow. A gigantic maze sprawls inside it. N/A
This path weaves among deep puddles made by the unending rainfall. It is wet and miserable for trainers. A tall, sturdy wall surrounds an expansive estate that takes up nearly half of the road space.
This city was made by carving out steep, rocky mountains. Its isolation limits its contact with other cities. N/A
A port city that was built around the bay portion of the cape. It is criss-crossed by elevated walkways. N/A
A seaside path that makes its way through wildly growing trees and plants. N/A
A winter wonderland of a city where stout trees and buildings are blanketed in thick snow. N/A

You're not logged in!

Compare scores with friends on all Sporcle quizzes.
Sign Up with Email
OR
Log In

You Might Also Like...

Show Comments

Extras


Your Account Isn't Verified!

In order to create a playlist on Sporcle, you need to verify the email address you used during registration. Go to your Sporcle Settings to finish the process.