Hoenn is a region in the Pokémon franchise and is the setting for the third generation of Pokémon games, including Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald. Hoenn is a region inspired by the islands of the Pacific, with its diverse geography that includes lush forests, rolling hills, and rugged mountains.
In Hoenn, players take on the role of a young trainer who sets out on a journey to collect Gym Badges, battle the Champion of the Pokémon League, and eventually become the Champion themselves. Along the way, players encounter new species of Pokémon and new trainers to battle, as well as new towns and cities to explore.
Hoenn is also home to several notable locations, including the city of Littleroot Town, the birthplace of the player character, and the Pokémon League, where players battle the Champion to become the Champion of Hoenn. The region is also known for its diverse and challenging geography, which includes forests, deserts, and oceans, and the player must traverse these various environments in order to complete their journey.
One of the notable features of Hoenn is the introduction of new gameplay mechanics, including the concept of “Double Battles,” which allows players to battle with two Pokémon at once, and the introduction of “Contests,” which are special events where players can showcase their Pokémon’s abilities and compete for awards.