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'''Special Area''' is a map register of hexadecimal identifier C4 (196), which only exists within the third generation of handheld Pokémon games. This map register does not appear within the original Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire, but does exist within Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen, as well as Pokémon Emerald.
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'''Special Area''' is an unseen map name with a hexadecimal [[index number]] of C4 (dec:196) in {{Emerald}}. This map name does not appear within the original {{RS}}.{{fact}} Special Area shares its index number with a "Celadon Dept." name which is used internally in {{FRLG}} for Pokémon Center 2F floors.
 
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The [[identifier]] C4 (196) denotes a location just after the last Sevii Island location; Ember Spa. This may suggest Special Area as a placeholder for a possible removed map location; perhaps based in the Sevii Islands. Alternatively, 'Special Area' may be used as a function, similar to how the map register '[[SPECIAL (Gold/Silver/Crystal)|SPECIAL]]' sets the player's map location to the last area that he or she visited on Pokémon Gold and Silver.
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==See also==
 
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#[[Mystery Zone]]
 
#[[Mystery Zone]]
#[[SPECIAL (Gold/Silver/Crystal)|SPECIAL]]
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Latest revision as of 15:15, 17 June 2016

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Special Area is an unseen map name with a hexadecimal index number of C4 (dec:196) in Pokémon Emerald. This map name does not appear within the original Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire.[citation needed] Special Area shares its index number with a "Celadon Dept." name which is used internally in Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen for Pokémon Center 2F floors.

See also

  1. Mystery Zone
  2. Special (location)
  3. N/A