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The Erinite Gym is set further away from the homes and markets of the village, made out of the same wood as the buildings around it. The only real indication that it's anything special is the wooden sign posted outside with ERINITE GYM cut into its face. The Pokémon League Committee have volunteered to send people to update the Gym, Contest Hall, and Pokémon Center several times in the past, but the village has always refused. The inside of the Gym is spacious and looks more like a greenhouse than a place to battle Pokémon. The walls are lined with potted plants, hanging plants, and free-growing plants of very shape, color, and variety. It isn't uncommon to see Gym trainers tending to these plants with their Bug-type companions. The floor had been made out of wood a long time ago, but a particularly intense fight with a Fire-type Pokémon made the Gym leader remove the floor altogether. The floor is all tall grass and weeds and hard-packed soil now. There's enough room inside the gym to have a battle, though the Gym leader prefers to host battles outside in a nearby clearing when the weather is nice. The trainers in this Gym specialize in Bug-type Pokémon.
|2||1||May 30 2018, 03:02 AM
In: First Badge Battle
Beside the Gym is the Contest Hall, a wooden building that looks too old to still be standing. The architecture is more elaborate than it is on its neighbor, but there is still evidence of the village's inability to maintain the building's upkeep. There are small spots in the paneling where the paint has chipped and the door squeals when it opens (a good thing, the contest hall staff say, because how else would they know a challenger arrived?), but the inside is much more welcoming. There's no real waiting room in the contest hall, just the large contest room with big windows to let the natural light in. There's a raised, wooden platform at the far wall where coordinators can perform in front of pull-out bleachers and the wooden judges table. There are stage curtains, but they're usually pinned back and mostly for decoration. There's a door next to the stage that leads into the back rooms where the Hall Master lives and where coordinators can change or otherwise prepare for their performance. In the evenings when there are no challengers, the hall master puts on free shows for the villagers to watch. This Contest Hall specializes in Smart moves.
|1||0||May 14 2016, 02:32 AM
In: hall information
Pokémon Centers can be found in every town and city in Jinoa. The red-roofed Center stands out against the other buildings huddled around it despite its small size and chipping paint. The Pokémon League Committee have volunteered to send people to update the Center, but Erinite Village insists on keeping doing it themselves. There are a bunch of chairs in the main room where trainers can take a break while their Pokémon are healing up. The desk opposite of the front door is where a nurse and their Ledian take the poké balls of injured Pokémon from their trainers and place them in archaic-looking, health-restoring machines. Pokémon without poké balls, or Pokémon who are critically injured, are whisked into the one of the back rooms to be treated. Instead of having a Pokémart section of the Center, the nurse at the front desk deals with the buying and selling of items. There are two rooms that trainers can bunk in free of charge, but they're encouraged to check into one of the hostels in the village so staff can clear up the rooms for other trainers in need.
|1||0||Apr 30 2018, 01:52 PM
In: Rest and Relaxation
By: zane zangari
There are a few hostels in Erinite Village, but the most popular one is the one across the road from the Pokémon Center. They're all made of the same wood as the surrounding buildings, with large signs above the door with the name of the hostel painted on it. The cost to stay here is low, even for longterm residents. In exchange for a cheap price tag, the hostels offer less privacy than the standard hotel. Travelers live together in dormitory-style rooms with bunk beds pushed up against the walls. The bathrooms, main lounge area, and the kitchen are all shared between occupants, even ones that don't room together. For a steeper price, someone could get a private room to themselves, but there are only two rooms and they get snapped up quickly.