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Sports Pitch

An oval grass field ringed in a running track. It's used for several athletic and sporting events. Bleachers line either side.
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Training Fields

Six dirt fields lined up side by side and outlined in chalk. Students can train their Pokémon here against rows of dummies and scarecrows, against rock spires, run alongside them through obstacle courses, or try themselves against the rock wall. Plain old sparring and practice fights are common.
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Boneyard

An old ravine that dips outside the school walls that has since become a junkyard and landfill. The school's garbage is dropped here before being tossed into the incinerator, but some of the scrap here looks like it's been around for decades. One man's trash is a Pokémon's treasure.
11Thu Jan 05, 2017 11:58 am
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Lawicke Woods

Thick forest that envelops the school. Brimming with wild Pokémon.
Dusk Hangout, Old Mato's Den, Lake, The Pit, Swamp, Memorial Tower, Ruins
66Thu Jan 05, 2017 5:03 pm
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Mt. Eris

A gentle mountain that rises out from the treetops, pressed near the school itself. A few of the most daring have attempted to scale its slopes. Legend says mythical Pokémon reside at the summit, and scaling the mountain will impart wisdom and insight on the climber.
Hot Springs, Salvation Cave, Snowy Slopes
33Thu Jan 05, 2017 3:30 pm
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Lawicke Fields

The school's orchards and crops. Where all your fresh and organic food is grown!
Barn
22Thu Jan 05, 2017 3:49 pm
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Lover's Cape

Sheer cliffs drop off into the sea and beach below from the promontory upon which the academy rests. Pokémon roost and nest among the crags below, and the reputation for pretty sunsets has earned this spot its name.
Duelist Heights
11Thu Jan 05, 2017 12:44 pm
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Shore

Far below the school, at the foot of the cliffs, golden sands stretch along the edge of the sea. A haven for Pokémon, and lost items often drift up from the water. The ocean goes on endless into the horizon.
Fortune Isle, Shattered Stones
33Thu Jan 05, 2017 2:49 pm
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Cycling Road

The winding trail leading from the academy's high promontory to the train station far below. Students often make their way up here in carriages, on the backs of Pokémon, or even on foot. Going back down is another matter! There's a traditional bike race every year starting from the school gates.
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Brooke Station

Most students arrive at the academy by train before hiking up Cycling Road to complete their journey. Come back down again and you'll find Brooke Station. Because of the academy's remoteness, the train won't always be around.
119Sat Jan 14, 2017 7:32 pm
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