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Campus Yards

A large, open area in front of the main building. In the center of the area is a beautiful garden, with red and white flowers in Pokéball patterns and a grand marble fountain in the middle of it all. Tiny water Pokémon such as Horsea or Finneon are often put in these fountains. Paths surround this garden, and trees and neatly trimmed hedges surround these paths. On the outskirts of the yards are tall hills, topped with dandelions and wildgrass. From these hills is a great view of the waters and Azula's skyline on Lua Island.
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Pierce Building

The main building of Pokémon Battle Academy. Most classrooms and indoor battle rooms are in this building.
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Wataru Recreational Building

A building located on the northernmost part of the island. Larger than the Pierce building, it is used for recreational and artistic purposes. The Wataru building includes a swimming pool, an auditorium, some spare classrooms for art and music, and a few empty conventional rooms. Outside there is a track and a large field for various sports.
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Dormitory Building

A large, hollowed, square building. The students of the academy stay here, in dorms that resemble fancy apartments. These are shared by three roommates. All rooms surround a massive aquarium, connected to the ocean, in which a person can view through a window in their dorm. This window will always have a curtain, of course.
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East Dock

A plain dock, made of wooden boards. People often come here to swing their feet and watch the Wingulls fly. It is also where students enter, via ferry.
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Poké Center

Heal your Pokémon here. Poké centers are an interesting lounge, especially if you are far from home. They include Poké marts, a healing center, a common room with televisions and couches, and rooms to stay in for the night. If you are out of town and it is dark, you should head here.
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Thu Aug 21, 2014 9:04 pm
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Beaches

The beaches along the east and west shores are white sanded and beautiful. Not many people visit this island that are not students, so you tend to get your privacy. The waters are a sparkling, seafoam green.
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Tue Aug 19, 2014 12:01 am
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Crustle Cove

Located at the southern tip of the island. Crustle Cove is a dangerous area, a cliff looking over a small, secluded beach. Its name comes from the cubular, massive rocks that sit out in the waters, resembling Crustle. If you happen to make it down to the beach, which the academy does not condone, you will find a peculiar cave with many interesting Pokémon...
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Battle Facility

Located and taking up most of the island's southern half. The biggest Pokémon battle facility in the Kanapa region, and one of the top ten in the world. Created a year before the academy and still the main focus of the island to outsiders, the facility is host to many important tournaments and battles. It has strengthened Kanapa's fame in the world. In the facility are three small fields, creating a triangle around one large field. These fields are used for simultaneous tourney battles, with the most important being in the middle. They are capable of terrain changes, and are technologically extraordinary. The Academy often has free use to the complex, for it was created by the same people who built the complex. Outside of the complex are pathways, often populated with venders and merchants. The fields themselves are surrounded by stadium seats, because they are stadiums after all.
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