Pokemorph Island Yellow Pages

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Here you can find a list of all of the businesses open and operating on the island as well as their owner and location. On the MUSH the command +housing will giving you a list of housing and +map might help you find your way throughout the city.

Businesses which are no longer open and operating on the island can be found here.

Here's a detailed map for all you visual sorts. (Updated continuously as new locations are added!)


Sorted by Service

Housing
Department Stores
Food
Specialty
Arts and Entertainment

Health and Fitness
Private Businesses
Public Services
Temples


Sorted by Location
South Main Street
Cool Kicks Ice Cream
Kajin's Flower Shop
World Tastes Restaurant
Main and Seaview
Boarding House
Gojolta's Weapons Shop
East Seaview Drive
Seaview
West Seaview Drive
Art Supplies Emporium
Mom and Pop's Shop
Mew and Seaview
Deli Rettile
Dragon's Keep
Water Treatment Plant
Bug/Grass District
Beedrill Hive Apartments
The Greenhouse
Mew Street(1)
Pokemorph Island School
Mew and Powers
Javamon Coffee Shop
Pokemorph Community College
Water/Ice District
Iceberg Heights
Hydro Hut
Residentials(1)
ABsolute NORMALity
Evolutions Dormitory
Twilight Towers
Residentials(2)
Poison Inn
Scarecrow Towers
Tarot Terrace
West Powers
Book Barn
Cinna-Mart
Pokemorph Island Court
Main and Powers
Library
Pharmacy
East Powers
Laser Dome
Muscle's Gym
Powers Apartment Complex
Pride's Fencing Salle
Elm and Powers
Body Modification by Nails
KPMI Radio Station
Tesla Repair Services
Elm and Oak
Peace of Mind
Pokemorph Technology Center
East Oak Street
Friends of Nature Facility
Prism Bowl
Main and Oak
Bar
Pokemon Tower
West Oak Street
Broken Arrow Club
Pokemorph Intelligence Agency Headquarters
GREFS District
Towering Inferno
Pikaden Apartments
Mew and Lance
Pokemorph Apartments
West Lance Drive
Razzle's Clothing Store
Main and Lance
Pokemorph Hospital
East Lance Drive
Baator Inc.
Sapphire Skies
North Elm(1)
Cleo's Garage
Last Refuge Records
North Elm(2)
Pokemorph Stadium
Elm Street(2)
Diner
South Elm
Extreme Sports
North Main
Copper Kettle Tea Room
Main Street(1)
Speedy Repair
Main Street(2)
Pokemorph Islandic Bank
Sky-High Pizzeria
Mew Street(2)
Morph Ilse Orphanage
South Mew Street
Aunt Bessie's Diner
Butcher Shop
Boardwalk
Amber Horizons Hotel
Amusement Park
Callista's Market
Storm Front Studio
The Robin's Inn
Beach Near the Power Plant
Lighthouse
Power Plant
Toward the Mountain
Dojo
Forested Area
Campground
Dirt Road
Carrion's Forge
Slightly Inland
Whirlwind Lab
Mountain Peak
Mountain Hot Springs
Voltorb Station
Delibird Ski Resort
Delibird Ski Resort
Idareu.com


ABsolute NORMALity

The grass is cut to a perfect eighth of an inch all across this flat plot of land. Topiaries decorate the lawn and are cut in the shape of various chess pieces. Chances are if you were to look overhead, the lawn would look like a giant chessboard. Nearby, a four-story building has been shaped into a perfect cube and painted teal. Very abnormal for an apartment building built for Normal-types. A concrete walkway leads back and fourth from the sidewalk to the door leading in.

Location: Residentials(1)

Owner: Unknown

Amber Horizons Hotel

Under construction!

Location: Boardwalk

Owner: unknown

Amusement Park

Decked out like it is every day now, this place is a bright, cheery amusement park for all ages. Ribbons and banners hang everywhere, decorating the wood and metal with splashes of color that stay all year round. How can you not be here to have fun? The entrance is magnificent, booths lining the pathway that leads further into the park and towards the food court and the rides. The games of this area lead to little socializing among the morphs, most preferring to move past the games before joining conversations.

Location: Boardwalk

Owner: unknown

Art Supplies Emporium

This quiet little art store has all sorts of art supplies. From charcoal pencils to oil pastels and paint. This shop is nicely decorated with some paintings on some walls and some sketches even some from the owner himslef. Behind the counter is usually Leon. A Back Room that says employees only is the back storage room.

Location: West Seaview Drive

Owner: Leon

Aunt Bessie's Diner

Welcome, one and all, to 'Aunt' Bessie's Diner! Clean your feet on the mat and step right on inside, into a rather polished looking restaurant, with multiple booths lining the walls and tables and chairs dotted across the main expanse of red-and-white square tiled flooring. A long counter with stools a-plenty, all designed to cater to tails, or the lack of legs in some cases, bears taps and glasses galore, hot and cold drinks at the ready and on call, should that be what the customer wishes. Behind the counter, set into the wall, a 'window' into the kitchen with it own expanded ledge bears a small bell, which 'DING's cheerfully when a meal is ready. There's plenty of choice for a reasonable price on the menu, for the herbivore AND the carnivore, available to eat in or take away. The cheery atmosphere makes for a change from the usual humdrum restaurants, and the owner and manager are more than capable of quelling any fighting that might arrise within its walls - there is a strict 'No Violence' policy within, and all weapons must be handed in to that there Scizzor sulking in the corner by the door - say hello there to Bob. (He don't talk much, but few care to mess with him). Currently, a large sign has been posted in the window, festive paint on white card proclaiming the following: Now Open!!!

Location: South Mew Street

Owner: unknown

Baator Inc.

The surface floor of Baator is much like one would expect to find in any major corporation; banners, proudly displaying the feats of Baator, and boasting its quality and customer satisfaction. The information desk is held by a somewhat impatient Sneasel-Morph receptionist, who looks remarkably irritated with her job. Lined up by the desk, a number of pamphlets and brochures sing the praises of Baator, give a brief (if not romanticized) history of the company, and list the 'numerous advantages' of working for Baator. The floor's tiles are a lustrous black, kept impeccably clean by the janitors and similar corporate servants who walk these halls, and the walls are a professional-seeming, somewhat lighter shade of the same color.

Location: East Lance Drive

Owner: Alexander

Bar

The squat building here is rather unimpressive, short and square. A frosted, almost opaque window dominates one wall, next to a plain wooden door, underneath a neon sign simply reading 'BAR'. Other than those features, the building is more or less just a plain white box, that incidentally smells strongly of beer and booze.

Location: Main and Oak

Owner: Unknown

Boarding House

This is the front yard to the boarding house. The grass is often cut well, but weeds still lurk and evade the gardener's attempts to keep them in check. A small porch sits in front of the building as well, decorated with chairs and sofas. The place, suprisingly, does not look used.

Location: Main and Seaview

Owner: Unknown

Body Modification by Nails

For being in a somewhat run-down section of town, BMN is a remarkably well-maintained little shop. The small front room consists of little more than a counter and a single dentist-style chair, but the walls are covered with a huge myriad of different tattoo designs, some wild and outrageous, some intricate and beautiful. Half of the counter is opaque, behind which various tools are kept, and the other half is glass, showing off a huge variety of earrings and other body jewelry. A plain door behind the counter leads to the back room.

Location: Elm and Powers

Owner: Nails

Book Barn

After minor technical difficulties, the Book Barn has been re-opened to its good ol' self! Meaning to say that the Book Barn does look much like a barn inside, with its red walls and nicely swept floor. It's about as big as a cafeteria, except filled with bookshelves rather than tables, with huge signs hanging over them labelling the sections. Manga, fiction, self-help, children, sports, fantasy, every genre is covered. At the side of the bookstore is a counter and cash register, and behind that are stairs leading up into the owner's bedroom.

Location: West Powers

Owner: Aquana

Beedrill Hive Apartments

The yard around this building is standard, with grass cut down to an eighth of an inch. The building itself is in the definate shape of a gigantic beehive resting on the ground, with concrete and mortar stalks of grass sticking up alongside it for atmosphere. It is colored honey yellow with dark brown highlights around the bumps of the each floor section, and various windows have been made in the sides, looking out from the apartments within. An arched doorway holds a pair of sliding doors that open up to folks going in and out of the hive.

Location: Bug/Grass District

Owner: unknown

Broken Arrow Club

Formerly a courier service, this once-small building has been extended and renovated into an entirely new establishment. As entertainment venues go it's still small, with around a dozen six-person tables. The decor is fairly low-key - lots of polished maple wood, with a few aviation-themed prints on the wall. The bar serves a wide variety of alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks, while there's a small menu of lunches and evening snacks that changes on a daily basis. The stage area is large enough to accommodate a baby grand piano, a drum kit, a small electronic organ and a couple of vocal performers or other instrumentalists. Live entertainment is provided every lunchtime and evening by the Anti-Complacency League or various guest performers.

Location: West Oak Street

Owner: Killer

Butcher Shop

Meat, meat, and more meat is what this place is all about. Every cut in every quality from filet mignon to guts 'n gizzards. The storefront itself isn't all that big, so not everything is out for display, but there -is- a list of things in stock. Updated daily! If you have any questions, don't be afraid to ask the dynamic duo that runs the place!

Carve is the silent owner of this establishment and Switchblade is the shop's only employee... of sorts.

room desc: The merry jingle of the entry bell is the only sign of joy. The air in the shop is cold, dank and stifling, much like a crypt. Rows of fresh meats hang bleeding in the front window, showing off a daily dose of mortality. A glass counter displays various and sundry preserved meats and jerky. Beside that, an imposing chopping block sits waiting, hungry for its next draught of life. The back wall is lined with a great many items, all of them used for some form of flesh removal. A glass display case sits in a dark corner, its bulb long burnt out. Two small shelves full of disturbing-looking souvenirs sit in it, all for sale. Would you like to take home a Fleshy the Steak doll?

Location: South Mew Street

Owner: Carve

Callista's Market

Location: Boardwalk

Owner: Callista

Campground

--Description under Construction--

Location: Forested Area

Owner: unknown

Carrion's Forge

A half-buried, bunker-like Metalwork facility just off an isolated dirt road on the edge of the wilderness, just at the foot of Mount Prism, specializing in melee weapons and armor. Inside, it is hot and dimly lit with oil lamps. One side of the facility is a foundry, complete with all the materials required to make casting molds. The other side of the facility is a forge, with a five-hundred pound anvil as its centerpiece. The forge has all the necessary tools, and a complete heat treatment sub-facility to ensure all arms and armor perform to their potential. Several examples of Carrion's work hang on the back wall, most of them being massive items requiring two hands, such as greatswords, spears, and polearms. Among them are sidearm-class weapons like daggers, dirks, and short swords. There are a few examples of super-exotic forging techniques, including tungsten combat knives and daggers, and a nearly seven-foot-tall great sword made from a combination of ultra-rare steel alloys that make it virtually indestructible. All items are custom-made to order in this barter-only facility. No cash, checks, or credit cards.

Location: Dirt Road

Owner: Carrion

Cinna-Mart

Cinna-Mart is vast and well-lit. The front section is dominated by thirteen checkout lines, while beyond them is all the good stuff. Aisles stand in every which direction, making real sense only to whatever nut set up the store. However, bright signs hang from the ceiling to direct hapless shoppers. While Cinna-Mart doesn't specialize in selling anything in particular, one could get most items from this market. Just beyond the checkout is a selection of snack foods and other light consumables. In the far back is the electronics section. In between, at some place or another, is everything else... clothes, shoes, office supplies, tools, paint, furniture, curtains, among many other things. All at low, low prices! Or, so the advertisements say. In fact, they are reasonable, at best.

Location: West Powers

Owner: unknown

Cleo's Garage

Oil. Rubber. Cold, hard steel. The air radiates with the strong, definitive scents of a mechanics lab. Bright, permeating light from the ceiling illuminates the garage-workshop, catching the corners and edges of various metal tools scattered across the worktable in back of the room. The floor shows signs of oil spills and grease, where work was done on something motorized. Across tabletops and the floor, mechanical parts are placed without any semblance of order -- engine parts, new tires, and oil rags dot the gray garage floor. Proudly overlooking the chaos, posters for various punk rock bands line the walls. In one corner, there is a poster of a long-haired, boyishly framed male Electrike-morph in leather pants and a loose, unbuttoned shirt standing over a stylish motorcycle, with the word 'James' and a squiggly heart written below it in black marker. Below James' beautiful gaze, a Torchic-plushie wearing a pair of black goggles sits atop a pile of books. Above these books, a fleshy, pale arm is mounted on the wall. At first, it looks real, but closer investigation reveals it to be a prop. Most impressive, however, is the beautiful motorcycle still parked in the garage, with a helmet to match. Jagged yellow and blue lightning patterns run across it, and the word 'Raikou' is blazed on the side.

Location: North Elm(1)

Owner: Cleo

Cool Kicks Ice Cream

As you walk into this immaculately kept building, a refreshing feeling of coldness washes over you and a bell hung in the doorframe rings cheerfully. Closest to you is a collection of tables and chairs, all done up in cold, clear, gentle colors. Some of them are open table with four chairs around them; others are cushioned booths connected to the walls on the left for more private engagements. On the right wall there are a few arcade games and pinball machines. Beyond the tables is a long, black counter with a clear glass top and several twisty stools bolted to the ground in front of it. This is where you can order your ice cream, and there will always be at least one attendant ready to serve you. Behind the counter are all sorts of shelves containing bowls and ice-cream cones. Under the glass counter can be seen several large buckets of the top flavors. Smells of warmer type snack-food come from a door that exits off behind the counter.

Location: South Main Street

Owner: unknown

Copper Kettle Tea Room

A small, cosy place, this, with white plaster walls and dark oak floorboards and ceiling beams. There's a scant half-dozen tables - again, dark oak, with matching upholstered chairs - plus a couple of couches and low coffee tables around the edge of the room. Over by the counter, glass-fronted cabinets display a variety of home-made cakes and pastries, while the menu also advertises a choice of different types of exotic tea and coffee. Reading material is provided in the form of newspapers and magazines on a rack by the door. You might need it, too - as might be expected of somewhere run by a Slowking-Morph, service is friendly and thorough but hardly the speediest in the world.

Location: North Main

Owner: Solomon

Deli Rettile

Reminiscent of the old-style delis found lodged into the ground floors of the tenements, Deli Rettile attempts to mimic this style at a literally larger scale. The wallpaper, despite looking cheap, exudes a rustic feel, while both the wallpaper and the wooden floors have been coated with a polish/fireproofer to prevent fire-types from literally igniting the cafe. Upon entry, two waiter booths greet you to either side, the one on the left suitable for a human-sized reptilemorph, the one on the right for the big'uns. This rule also applies to the tables, a row of 10 arrangements lined up against the left wall, and 6 bigger table-seat arrangements by the right wall. Lighting is kept to a minimum of wallmounted lamps, but it's all electric and flourescent. In the back is the glass food display, kept at a height accessible to both sizes. To its left is a plastic Olympia electronic cash register on an end table where the cash is stored, though a credit-card machine is also available for those who transact in plastic. Directly behind the food display is an old wooden wall-rack containing various fine wines and seasonings. There's a door to each of the back corners, one leading to the kitchen, the other leading to the backroom.

Location: Mew and Seaview

Owner: Franck

Delibird Ski Resort

The temperature in this room is a comfortable sixty five degrees, thawing out the grateful snow bunnies who spent too much time out on the slopes. The lobby interior appears to be made of fine and durable wood, with plush red carpetting and many Pokemon-related decorations hanging about. The statue of a Delibird stands in the center of the room in a beckoning motion, surrounded by soft chairs covered in Mareep wool. Other couches and chairs dot the floor in a social fashion, partnered with tables and magazines. On the west side of the lobby is the main desk where people can check in, check out, or gain information from one of the three receptionists. Next to the desk is a wide flight of stairs leading up to a balcony, which in turn has another flight leading to the rooms of the resort caretakers. On the north wall there are two doors, one iron leading to the entrance tunnel, and one sliding door of glass, part of the connecting tunnel to the inn. The east wall holds several sliding doors for coming in and out of the cold. The south wall is nothing more than a large, sectioned window where you can view all the daredevils at work.

Location: Voltorb Station

Owner: unknown

Diner

The diner is an attempt at going back to the fifties and sixties. Or a reasonable fact simile. A small bell twinkles cheerfully over the door, and a sharp red and white tile floor meets with what shoe and claw that steps in. There are booths all against the walls and tables in between the door and the bar, with is a white countertop with sharp red cushioned stools. Behind the counter there is always an attendant ready to serve, the uniforms flashy white and black vertical stripes. An old jukebox sits in one corner, having recently been revamped to play CDs. This is a typical resteraunt, with bright colors and friendly service.

Location: Elm Street(2)

Owner: unknown

Dojo

Once inside, one can truly see how large the dojo really is. Light pouring through the windows shines off the polished wooden floor. A slight odor hangs in the air, which is most likely the scent of some sort of fire-retardent protecting the dojo from the user's elemental attacks. Training mats are the only material items interrupting this sheen, and are set off to the sides in small groups for a place to stay and watch. One closet is noticeable off to the far side of the dojo and holds pads and beginner weaponry for trainees to use. Full Japanese-style swords, pairs of kamas, and bo staffs are hung on wooden racks along the walls of the building. Directly to one side of the main sliding-door entranceway is a place for trainees and the like to put their shoes and personal items up and out of the way. Another door along the left wall leads into a smaller area; a private living area.

Location: Toward the Mountain

Owner: Kyrea

Dragon's Keep

A giant castle-like apartment complex intended for dragon-type 'morphs. With its thick, fortress-like stone surfaces, high ceilings, and dim lighting, looks like a castle through and through. However, the facade hides modern ammenities like electricity, running water, and a convenient climate control system for the temperature-finicky. The stout structure can easily hide all of this and serve as a stronghold, as well. While not as modern and flashy as some other housing complexes, the keep certainly holds its own charm.

Location: Mew and Seaview

Owner: unknown

Evolutions Dormitory

The dorm lobby is quaint in appearance. A plush, red carpet covers the floor, giving comfort to the bare feet of most Pokemorphs. In the middle of the room is a birthbath fountain that stands about four feet tall. Standing two feet away on each compass direction from it, a statue of a Vaporeon sits on its haunches and spouts water up and into the bowl perfectly, a neat little thing to look at or walk under. Taking up space on the east side of the lobby are several post office boxes, each belonging to the various residents that live here. The northern section is taken up by the registration desk, where an Eevee attendant is always waiting to serve people. On the west side, several tables and chairs are set up for visitors and residents who want to just sit around and relax. Near that section is the start of a tall stairwell that leads up to the rest of the Dormitory.

Location: Residentials(1)

Owner: unknown

Extreme Sports

The interior of Extreme Sports is an intense sight to behold. From all around, the bright colours of sports gear line every wall. Short carpet beneath the feet is a light brown, and all the aisles are lit by strong overhead lighting. The shop caters to all sorts of dangerous and extreme hobbies, such as hang-gliding, surfing, and rock climbing. Between the kiyaks, bikes, pitons, volleyballs, and snorkeling gear, various people, usually young and reckless, can be seen browsing the aisles. The shop owner, a morphic Fearow with smooth, strawberry-blonde hair combed over one eye holds the register. Other services provided include services that allow prospective newcomers to an extreme sport to hook up with instructors and teachers of all sorts, a listing of extreme sport events on the island, and medical coverage. Yeah, like you pansies need that.

Location: South Elm

Owner: Cleo

Friends of Nature Facility

The walkway from the street is decorated with twin fountains flanking it, and lush trees line the area between the road and the building. In honesty, it looks more suited to Mew Street than Elm. The building itself is pure white, with no windows, and tinted glass doors that lead inside, the word 'Welcome' written in gold letters on each door. Above the door, in beautiful marble, is carved the Friends of Nature logo; bold green F and N flanking a globe. All in all, this seems a classy establishment.

Location: East Oak Street

Owner: unknown

Gojolta's Weapons Shop

A modest sized shop, Swords made by Gojolta herself deck out the walls, from pocket daggers to Katanas, to Giant swords the size of a full grown morph. In a large display case a Reverse-bladed sword sits on black velvet, a card sitting in front of it reads; 'Thy who weilds the sword lives by the sword and so, One must help others live by use of a sheilding blade.'. Hmm. A door leads to the backrooms, but if you dont work here you'd best leave that alone, at the register lie other trinkets, switchblades, compass, chains, gloves etc. A reluctant looking grey and black Raichu morph usually attends the register. His name tag reads 'Hello my Name is Raven Allen Poe, how may I help you today?' his name was scribbled in rather slopily, either way, he doesnt look too pleased to be here.

Location: Main and Seaview

Owner: Gojolta

Hydro Hut

An apartment complex dedicated to the comfort of water-type pokemorphs. It is underground, so it remains cool and comfortable year-round. Water is another thing that is in no shortage here. Apartments line a main cavern which looks much like a watery cave. More apartment entraces hide within an immense pool in which morphs can feel free to take a swim. The color palette of the entire sturcture is reminiscent of pristine blue waters...

Location: Water/Ice District

Owner: Unknown

Iceberg Heights

Snow still covers the ground of this small entryway that is kept under the main archway of the castle. A service desk stands off to the side where a male Dewgong-morph in oddly tropical clothing is usually stationed. Nearby a wide portculis opens out to the yard surrounding the castle. Going out from under this shaded area would take you to the rest of the courtyard.

Location: Water/Ice District

Owner: unknown

Idareu.com

You step into what appears to be the office of the firm known simply as 'idareu.com', evidenced by a large promotional banner strung across the opposite wall. It goes without saying that this office is a far cry from extravagant - definitely not an environment befitting of an executive of any kind - and yet it has its own certain flashy touch to it. Lining the wood paneling of the walls of the office are posters a'plenty, each themed around an assortment of extreme sports and different flavors of daredeviling. A pair of medium sized off-grey metallic office desks are located in the office, both of which are equipped with a standard desk-lamp, rolling office chair, and an early 2000's era computer. Nothing fancy, but functional none the less. Occasionally, papers can be found scattered across them... as well as everywhere else in the office, as the proprietors of this particular establishment plot their next act of carefully organized chaos. Finally, the finishing touch - a pair of what appear to be miniature snowploughs, each the size of a riding lawnmower, modified with flashy paint, decals, and small bumpers on the plow blades for safety purposes.

Location: Delibird Ski Resort

Owner: Roland

Javamon Coffee Shop

Glitzy and new, Javamon is the type of place where yuppies, college kids, and caffiene addicts seem to congregrate almost daily. It's a small and well-kept place, with the huge front windows allowing passers-by (and those inside) a good view of each other. There's various little wooden chairs situated around a half dozen glass coffee tables of various sizes, as well as three large burgundy couches situated by the right wall. The glass counter is spotless, as is the burgundy-carpeted floor. A long, low rectangular wooden table sits squat in the middle of the couched area, laden with various artsy and poetry magazines. If you're in the mood to eat as well as drink, a whole plethora of freshly-baked biscuits, cookies, donuts, and other fair game for coffee-dipping can be seen in neat little rows under the counter. On duty behind it is usually a somber-looking, heavily-pierced Houndour girl, ready to take your order. Finally, as the place is known for hosting open-mike nights and various bands, there's usually some sort of musical gathering going on if you're here on a weekend eve.

Location: Mew and Powers

Owner: Leander

Kajin's Flower Shop

Welcome to Kajin's Flower Shop! The entire store is filled with a variety of flowers, ranging from those you'd find every day in a garden to more exotic ones found only in a few places. What little of the wall can be seen appears to be painted in a jungle pattern; deep greens meshed with more vibrant shades of red, yellow, orange, etc... The ceiling is a shade of sky blue, painted to look like the sky itself for a feeling of being in an actual jungle. In the back you can see the checkout and a door leading into the back where flowers are kept until being sold or replaced.

Location: South Main Street

Owner: Kajin

KPMI Radio Station

This parking lot is perhaps larger than the building, but that's mostly because of the promotions that are done outside. There is only one level visible to the orange-colored, brick structure nearby, but apparently that is all that is needed for such a simple business. Jutting up from the building's roof is a steel, tower-like formation with two smaller satellite dishes pointing in different directions near its tip. Long cables fling out from the tower and stick into the grassy plot just behind the station, either keeping it stable or keeping it well grounded. Above a pair of framed, glass doubledoors, a black banner has been stretched, illustrating the station's letters, numbers, and motto: 107.1 FM - KPMI: For the Pokemorph, by the Pokemorph.

Location: Elm and Powers

Owner: unknown

Laser Dome

Posters. Everywhere. They cover the walls, the ceiling, the doors, the windows, and even the -floor-. Hardly any of the tile beneath your feet is visible, or the plaster walls, or the panes of the windows. All of them advertisements for laser tag, varying in age, the olders depicting humans all decked out in older equipment, while newer images proudly display varoius species of pokemorphs. Imparticular, one fairly buff Charmander has been decked out like rambo with a red band around his forehead, camoflauge pants and big, leather boots, toting an oversized rifle that's been refitted with the game technology. Other popular themes show combatants in alien vistas. Hardly any furniture adorns the room, however. A computer rests atop an old and slightly battered wooden counter, behind which the clerk, a somewhat hyper-looking Rattata-Morph in army camoflauge is usually found playing games of Quake between serveing up customers. The equipment is stored in a large locker behind the counter. Laser guns have been designed to look like various real weapons, from small handguns to shotguns to sniper rifles. The sensor pads are diamond-shaped, with adjustable bands so they can fit a 'morph of nearly any size.

Location: East Powers

Owner: unkown

Last Refuge Records

You enter the recording studio, and might be suprised at the change. Despite its humble appearances outside, it is actually a bustle of activity within. To your left is a receptionist's desc, and in front, several hallways and doors lead to offices deeper in. One of those is the recording room, where records and CDs are made. There is a waiting area to the right, where bands or single singers might be waiting or filling out forms. Now and then, an impatient executive might be waiting for interviews and what not.

Location: North Elm(1)

Owner: unknown

Library

Ah, the library. Not a big building, Pokemorph Island's library is a cozy (and thus often-full) little spot for the more reading-inclined of 'morphs. A low, rectangular building made of heavy grey stone blocks to give an ancient appearance, it nonetheless is quite elegant and clean inside, no doubt the constant work of the librarian. Plenty of windows abound to let in natural light, and a burgundy layer of velvety carpet covers the entire length of the library's floor, and along three of the walls are long rows of shelves, brimming with books of all sizes and colors. The middle area of the building is used as a reading spot, with one large round glass table and many wooden chairs, as well as numerous small wooden coffee tables all around, along with more chairs, one tan sofa, and a couple of dull blue beanbag chairs. The librarian or one of her assistants is usually present at the front desk, by the door, and greets visitors warmly. Get comfortable and read!

Location: Main and Powers

Owner: unknown

Lighthouse

Little to no attempt has been made to decorate this large circular room with its grey stone walls and floor. There's a bare electric lightbulb and a single unmade futon, but that's the full extent of the furnishings. The rest of the space is given over to almost eerie metal sculptures; odd things welded together from pieces of scrap that somehow to contrive to take the shape of familiar objects and figures. The general effect is charming in some cases, unnerving in others. Right next to the door stands a large metal toolbox and five or six metal pipes of varying lengths. On the wall beside the bed, meanwhile, hangs a framed newspaper clipping of a silver-haired human male in an electric wheelchair - in his lap sits a small, plump Magby.

Location: Beach Near the Power Plant

Owner: Hendryx

Mom and Pop's Shop

Not a very ornate place, but still well-kept, Mom and Pop's Shop is pretty much an average corner-store kind of place. During the daytime, natural light beams in through the windows making up most of the store's front, with the lights inside on low; at night, the lights are up all the way until closing, which is usually 9:00 PM or so. As one walks in, the bell on the door jingles, and one is usually acknowledged by the cashier at the checkout counter to the immediate right of the door (if no cashier is RPing, feel free to spoof if needed). Several isles of assorted goods are positioned ten feet from the door with the ends facing the back wall, so that any shoplifters are more easily spotted on their way out. The back wall is completely taken up by a large cooler full of things to be kept cold, such as milk, eggs, meats, sodas, burritos, sandwiches, what have you. On the right wall are two doors; in order from closest to farthest, a restroom, and a door labeled PRIVATE. A 1950's-esque self-serve soda fountain is positioned against the left wall in the back of the store, with at least twenty kinds of soda available. To the left of the soda fountain is a wall-mounted counter, with a microwave, and some display cases holding donuts, muffins, and pastries. Under the counter are some shelves full of candy, ranging from bubble gum to chocolate bars. Several displays are arranged where it would usually look empty, showing off trendy new products, but still leaving ample room to walk around.

Location: West Seaview Drive

Owner: unknown

Morph Ilse Orphanage

Before you stands the rather quaint form of Morph Isle's recently erected orphanage for those younger morphs with no where to live or that simply need a place to chill until they find another place. A sign stands near the gate leading inwards with the words 'Morph Island Orphanage' painted in bright colors to stand out against the rest of the town. Taking a glance over at the building itself, one will notice that it's a rather humble place made of a light brown brick-work. Several windows are laid inside the brick all around the front, and appear to have more on the sides and even perhaps the back, a sign that the owner enjoys having the sunlight coming in most of the time. A large wooden door appears to be the only way in besides the windows, and a metal knocker hangs upon it in the shape of a Charizard face to announce your arrival. The building's only a single story one right now, but by the presense of materials nearby, it looks as though that may change should the need arise. Looking around at the rest of the lawn, one will find many different things to keep the kids happy; a swingset, slide, hop-skotch area, a volley ball net with a little sand, and a seesaw for the children staying here to keep busy with. The grass is green and well-trimmed, kept low by consistent mowing and the constant movement of feet and shoes across it. A rather cheery place it would seem, especially when the owner decides to have a party for those in her care.

Location: Mew Street(2)

Owner: EmberWyld

Mountain Hot Springs

Leading off from the little picnic area, the air suddenly rises in temperature, becoming almost... warm? Steam billows up in the frosty air, and you discover the source: Several fair-sized pools of crystal clear water. The rocky around the pools are bare and slick from the hot steam, and no snow stands within two or so meters of the pools, all melted. Hot water bubbles up from deep within the mountain itself, filling the pools with constantly warm water, a refreshing treat for the non-Ice types who've managed to survive this far.

Location: Mountain Peak

Owner: unknown

Muscle's Gym

Muscle's Gym is exactly that: A Gym. It's not the kind of Gym in which climactic Pokemon battles are held for the acquisition of precious badges, though. After all, Pokemorphs do not train or battle Pokemon. Instead, Muscle's Gym is a place of physical self-improvement; a workout center. The center of the gym is dominated with all sorts of workout machines of all shapes and sizes. The wall to the far right is lined with dumbells and heavy weights. The wall with the door is lined with press benches, german press benches, and incline press benches. The wall opposite the door is lined with treadmills, while a large area on the left hand side is open and empty, for freestyled excersizes and stretching.

Location: East Powers

Owner: unknown

Peace of Mind

Welcome to Peace of Mind, a quaint little office just off of Elm Street. There is the barest trace of an incense smell and soft instrumental music playing in the background of the little area that the front door opens to. There is a fish tank next to one wall and couple of chairs near an end table with magazines on it, just in case you got here early. A young Pidgey woman sits at the circular desk just across from the door, her eyes on the screen of her computer as she types away at something. But don't worry about asking her where you're supposed to go; she looks nice enough. She'll probably just direct you through the open doorway and down a little hall to the door of the therapeutic counselor. The room beyond has a couch, two loveseats, and numerous chairs spread throughout it. All pretty and all comfortable. There is no desk, only black filing cabinets and a pair of bookshelves.

Location: Elm and Oak

Owner: Felicia

Pharmacy

The island's only licensed pharmacy isn't anything out of the ordinary. Nestled on a comfy street corner, this small whitewashed building with a clean grey tile floor offers what you'd expect; several aisles of over-the-counter capsule bottles, for all common ailments, including those of Pokemon and humans, but most are specifically tailored to work best on 'morphs. The counter is usually staffed by a rather grumpy-looking, lanky Raticate lady pharmacist; go to her for your presciptionn drugs and whatnot. Well-lit, this place is, but with no windows. At least it's air-conditioned and kept sparkly clean.

Location: Main and Powers

Owner: unknown

Pikaden Apartments

It got blow'd up. Sorry.

Location: GREFS District

Owner: unknown

Poison Inn

A foul stench rises up from the moat that surrounds this apartment building, savored only by the creatures that dwell within. Within the moat, the green-glowing liquid provides ample light during the night time, saving on the cost of outdoor lighting, but at what price? Across the iron bridge that stretches over the toxic brew, the ground is nothing but dirt, since grass and normal plants could not grow under such conditions. The building ahead is made of brick and mortar with the paint peeled off so much that you can't even tell what color it should be.

Location: Residentials(2)

Owner: unknown

Pokemon Tower

The dark, towering structure here seems to radiate gloom and despair. Cryptic designs cover the tower, spikes and skulls decorating the dark violet bricks. This is Pokemon Tower, a perfect reproduction of the tower in Lavender Town. Resting place for the dead, and home for the undead, only the bravest living souls visit this place, except to honor the deceased. The entire area seems dark around the tower, even in the middle of the day, and an eerie chill accompanies the chilling sounds that occasionally emanate from the structure. Double doors lead inside if your soul is brave enough to enter, or if you are already dead.

Location: Main and Oak

Owner: unknown

Pokemorph Apartments

Standing tall before you is Pokemorph Apartments, the center of living on Pokemorph Island. Even with the residential districts to the south, most morphs live in the homes stacked in this large tower. A large parking lot dominates the ground here, and double-doors lead inside.

Location: Mew and Lance

Owner: unknown

Pokemorph Community College

The red iron gates, ornate but nothing ancient, and normally left wide open, lead to the small but well-kept campus of the island's main and only place of higher education: the Pokemorph Community College. Looking west, you can see the trim green lawns of the campus property, as well as the paved path that cuts through it all, leading to various buildings.

Location: Mew and Powers

Owner: unknown

Pokemorph Hospital

Standing here is a huge, sprawling four-story building: Pokemorph Hospital. The building is off-white in color, with countless windows, and several entrances; one for foot traffic, one for those who arrive by vehicle, and two for emergency patients arriving via Ambulance. The parking lot is set, appropriately enough, at the side of the hospital that has the entrance for those arriving by vehicle. The lot is always sparsely occupied, both because of the general lack of vehicles on the island, and the fortunate fact that few Pokemorphs usually require the hospital's services, save for the occurance of a large disaster, in which case most are transported via ambulance.

Location: Main and Lance

Owner: unknown

Pokemorph Intelligence Agency Headquarters

Erected just off of Oak Street is the rather unimposing office building that is headquarters of the Pokemorph Intelligence Agency. While not very tall or large, the darkly tinted glass building has a certain sense of style to it. Double doors lead from the smallish parking lot into the building, and a simple sign in the corner of the lot reads "PIA: Pokemorph Intelligence Agency".

Location: West Oak Street

Owner: unknown

Pokemorph Island Court

The large building of the courthouse gives off a modern appearance, the outside covered in dark wood. The exterior is charred and injured from the explosion of the nearby park, but the courthouse still somehow appears regal and imposing. A pair of cedar doors open into an airy, open hallway, floored in large white tiles. Several paintings of various Pokemorph political figures line the walls. You can see the large door that opens to the main courtroom.

Location: West Powers

Owner: unknown

Pokemorph Island School

The island's one and only K-12 school building is a large red-brick building, with four rectangular stories. The main entrance is large wooden doubledoor from the east/right area of the first floor. Each floor is mainly comprised of several offices for the faculty and many classrooms for various grades, although most of the important offices are located here, on the first floor. This floor is also the home of the youngest grade classrooms; classrooms for grades K, 1, 2, and 3 are here. The hallroom is brightly lit, and the cleanly-painted white walls and off-white linoleum floors are always kept scrubbed and clean, the floor being glossy and neat, unless some careless student has spilled some soda or gum. But that is usually promptly cleaned by one of several janitors. There are large square-ish windows in the wall facing outside, all along the hallway, to help prevent stuffiness. At the very end of this long hallway is a big clunky coppertone elevator. A small wooden door near the elevator leads to the faculty lounge.

Location: Mew Street(1)

Owner: unknown

Pokemorph Islandic Bank

WELCOME TO POKEMORPH ISLANDIC BANK, reads a banner stretched above the doors of the bank, hand-painted in disturbingly cheerful colours. The front of the bank is one long pane of glass, allowing those passing on the street to gawk in at those going about their... monetary transactions. Immediately inside the bank's double, blue-tinted glass doors are the ATMs - all two of them, just off to the left, tucked into the wall opposite the window a little ways such as to simulate privacy for those conducting their transactions. A dirty red carpet, trampled into oblivion, stretches between the two devices, and at the end wall furthest from the doors is a little rack where numerous realty fliers are kept. Another pair of tinted glass doors, directly ahead from the outside set, lead further in, to the bank proper. Another dirty, trampled carpet, this one blue and decorated with grey (though they were probably white, when the carpet was new) arrows, pointing inwards, for those of you who can't figure out how to form an orderly line. Directly to the right of this carpet is a low counter, dull grey, with a few stacks of forms for making deposits and withdrawls, as well as little black pens affixed to their holders with chains, the holders firmly screwed into the surface of the counter. So don't waste your time trying to steal their precious pens. Thief. A quick glance around the ceiling in any direction reveals a security camera, trained such that no matter where you are in the bank, they're watching youuu. Conveniently, a TV monitor hangs above and just a little ahead of where the line is supposed to start, at the end of the blue carpet, where the banks customers can watch themselves wait in line in all their waiting-in-line glory. There are only three tellers... when all three are working, spread across a counter to the left of where the line forms. Beyond them is all their banking equipment, computers, faxes, photocopiers, yadda yadda... A dividor spans the remaining distance between the tellers and the counter with the forms, securely boxing off the back reaches of the bank, where there are numerous cubicle offices and, of course, the vault. You can't get to those. Well, you could, but chances are there'd be more PIA agents on your tail than at a Team Rocket parade if you tried.

Location: Main Street(2)

Owner: unknown

Pokemorph Stadium

A tarmac parking lot and paved pedestrian pathway lined with freshly planted saplings during the day and tall white light casting lamps at night form the entrance to the new Pokemorph Stadium. Formerly the Arena, the refurbished building now provides the facilities for all island competitions. The main building is a traditional open bowl shape with multiple large glass doors providing an entrance to the lobby. The whole front and left side of the building is in fact, walled with plate glass, providing a view out on to some decorative landscaping and the sea view that lies behind it. Flags and floodlights emerge from the roof and make the already large building appear even bigger at night. To the south side of the building lies the open air Training Zone for public use and smaller competitions, just a small fence between it and the Parking Lot, gates dotted here and there to provide direct access.

Location: North Elm(2)

Owner: unknown

Pokemorph Technology Center

The Pokemorph Technology Center is a large white coloured building with the appearance of a converted warehouse. Leading up to the main entrance is a large path made of red brick that is lined with some small plants and bushes. On each side of this there are two small parking lots, also lined with greenery. Off to the right side of the building is a road way which leads to the back of the building and one the left is a fence behind which can be seen a small courtyard with tables, over covered by plastic roofing. The main entrance is a set of sliding doors, also with plants growing up the wall. Above the door is a large sign advertising the place, let from beneath by a few spotlights.

Location: Elm and Oak

Owner: Nidonocu

Power Plant

Location: Beach Near the Power Plant

Owner: unknown

Powers Apartment Complex

The outside of the complex isn't very spectacular: a fairly nondescript red-brick building with a fire escape running down one wall. All the apartments on the side facing the street have terraces. Inside, the building is about as bland; a narrow hallway lined with doors runs down the center of the building, and a staircase leads up to a hallway on the second floor exactly like the one on the ground level. The walls are covered in beige wallpaper, and - oh! Look out for the fifth step on the stairs, there's a nail sticking out of the board on it! Someone really should fix that.

Location: East Powers

Owner: unknown

Prism Bowl

Prism Bowl! The only place in town that you can, well, bowl. Twelve lanes take up most of the building, with five or so usually occupied. The other, closer half of the bowling alley is covered with a counter from which you can buy food or rent bowling equipment, along with several machines, each waiting to take your money, ranging from equipment maintenance to arcade games. Of course, the alley is relatively state-of-the-art, with computers tallying scores so morphs don't have to themselves, and complementary rags are offered to patrons to take care of their bowling balls while playing.

Location: East Oak Street

Owner: unknown

Pride's Fencing Salle

Presently closed due to lack of interest. Lessons/sparring can be arranged by contacting Pride.

Location: East Powers

Owner: Pride

Raging Beat Nightclub

The Raging Beat, just setting foot within the doors already a primal air could be felt. It was a large open plan area, covering the left wall was a long, fully stocked bar. On the right the obligitary restroom doors and coat check room for ditching restrictive items for performing on the dance floor.What a dance floor it was, taking up three quarters of the clubs floor area it was hard wood and shining bright, no matter how hard the beat it remained undamaged from the myriad of feet pounding upon it. At the back were the stages, filling the back wall was the main stage, comedians, singers, bands and the owner himself performed on this raised rectangle platform. In the corners from floor to ceiling were huge speakers, linked to an immense sound system running like veins throughout the entire club. Just in front of the main stage were two small square shapes, just right for dancers, extra lights, whatever was needed to add extra effect. To look up was to see a wondrous lighting system, oddly, below that was the sprinkler system, quite a good deal closer to the dance floor than what would be expected. The atmosphere of the Raging Beat dosen`t come to visitors yet until they take time to just look around, every wall was painted in a rich mix of orange and reds, with creative lighting making it look like all the walls were still burning brightly and passionately, like the dancers upon the floor. Even with low lighting it still had a brightness to it, but not one of clarity, it was one of raw emotion, passion, just standing surrounded by the air in the club easily makes one feel more primal, more back to instinct.

Location: Elm and Lance

Owner: Reiko

Razzle's Clothing Store

Stepping in to the sound of softly tinkling bells, you enter a world of eccentric color and warmth. While the store is a simple, white-walled building like so many others, theses walls are covered with framed art of many different types and examples of draped fabric and clothing samples. In the front of the store, racks of fabric are set up and various mannequins are set up to display several outfits that have been made. There are even a few racks of clothing up near the windows, mostly frilly dresses and formal wear. A sign on the wall reads: "If you can dream it, I can sew it!" To the right side of the store is a long measuring table for cutting fabric and this is adjoined to a counter with a cash register. Visible behind the counter are three desks for various employees. In the center of the store there is an elevated runway that ends in front of a tri-fold mirror encircled by lights.

Location: West Lance Drive

Owner: Razzle

The Robin's Inn

Location: Boardwalk

Owner: Maltese

Sapphire Skies

This large room is the store itself. Fantasy and mythology seem to be the common themes of this place, in both the jewelry pieces and the decor. Throughout the store, one will note artworks and sculptures depicting mythological creatures or legendary pokemon. Several counters are placed about the store, with the jewelry pieces behind panes of glass. The pieces are arranged by type (rings, pendants, bracelets, etc.) and what metal they were made from. But not all the pieces are metal. There are a few racks of bracelets, both beaded and thos made of embroidery. But no matter what kind of piece it is or what is what made from, they all have the hand-made artisan touch that Sapphire Skies is known for. A nearby door leads to the workshop in the back, where the owner, Aozora, makes all these pieces. In the corner is another door leading up a flight of stairs to the floot where Aozora lives.

Location: East Lance Drive

Owner: Aozora

Scarecrow Towers

The ground here is made out of square cubes of concrete which help to carry the echo of bird calls all around. Each corner tower is circular, and on the edge facing inward there is a round door. The central tower is made out of black iron that wraps around a spiralling staircase, which would be a difficult climb to make up or down but at least it is protected from the weather. For flyers, there is plenty of space in between the buildings to flap around. Not much else to see in this open territory.

Loaction: Residentials(2)

Owner: unknown

Seaview

At the end of the street is the structure known as Seaview. It looks to be a normal building, built with grey stones and placed on the very end of a circular dead end. It is very large, even though it is a one-level building, and stretches out on all sides. From where one stands near the entranceway, they can't see how far around it goes. Seaview is on a sign in blue letters on a board overtop the entrance, allowing others to know what the building is. Trees as well as bushes grow up around the building as well as the street which leads to the building, the flowers and brilliant green grass giving a friendly appearance to the building which stands before you.

Location: East Seaview Drive

Owner: unknown

Sky-High Pizzeria

The Sky High Pizzeria, a small but homely pizza parlour run by 'morphs who take advantage of their natural abilities to run a very profitable business. Namely, you've got your Fire-type pizza-chefs (they don't need matches for them pizza-ovens, and seem to've mastered the art of quickly and evenly cooking pizzas), and Flying-type delivery-boys (delivering to anywhere on the Isle in fifteen minutes, or it's free!). It's a mid-1990's-esque casual sort of place, with a few tables, a counter where one can go to order and pay for food instead of being served at a table, and behind that counter, an open kitchen where the customers can see their pizzas being made. It has large windows in the front by the tables, opening up towards the outside; large stone ovens in the back that the Fire-type pizza-chefs blow fire into for quick mass-pizza-cooking; and a sort of open area in the back (with two large outwards-swinging doors, so as to be locked after-hours) where the Flying-type delivery boys (and girls!) take off with their deliveries and land with the cash they get. The whole building is made mostly of brick of varying hues, and the tables are nought but cheap yet sturdy wooden-and-plastic affairs, with red plastic chairs by each one. There are framed, cartoony images of pizza-eating Pokemorphs - a little Magby, a Jigglypuff, a Snorlax, a Golbat, and several others - on each wall of the seating area.

Location: Main Street(2)

Owner: unknown

Speedy Repair

A large mechanic's shoproom, with lots of power tools for working on things mechanical and such. In the middle of the room is Speedy's prototype bike, Alpha, a part of his newly formed motorcycle line. There's a long counter by the front door for orders, a small waiting area, and a door in the back of the shop that leads upstairs to Blitz's living quarters. Some techno or rock music on CD is usually playing.

Location: Main Street(1)

Owner: Blitz

Storm Front Studio

A small, clean room with a counter at the back. The walls are decorated with various framed photographic prints - there's lots of dramatic shots of cloud formations, as well as a number of black-and-white and colour shots of some of the more distinctive-looking of the island's denizens. The prints each bear small price labels, and on the counter sits a price list for portraits and makeovers. Behind it, meanwhile sits an old-style cash-register, a small digital radio and the computer where Dylan does any last-minute enhancements to digital shots.

Location: Boardwalk

Owner: Dylan

Tarot Terrace

The well-cut lawn here is decorated with bushes cut in the shapes of various Psychic pokemon. A smooth, concrete path leads back and fourth across the middle of the yard. In the center, a building surrounded by dark windows of strong plexiglass stands at about seven stories high, offering plenty of space for the Psychic community. The yard itself is surrounded by tall, wooden fences that manage to survive the year-round weather. Both the door leading into the building and the gate leading out have no handles on them, but for the psychic-impared, there are hidden sensors in the ground that open these portals automatically.

Location: Residentials(2)

Owner: unknown

Tesla Repair Services

A cozy little shop. As you enter, a cheery little chime sounds. The whole shop is illuminated by any light that may come through the window in the front, and by a set of fluorescent lights installed in the ceiling. In the back, there are two doors which lead to a closet of cleaning supplies and a bathroom - of roughly equal size. The walls are lined with metal shelves filled with various containers filled with spare parts of various sizes and types, from the smallest screws you've ever seen to high-voltage transformers the size of your head. Along part of one wall, though (on the right and near the back from the entrance), there is a workbench with a magnifying light on it, several burn marks, and a few spatterings of solder. A radio sits on it, generally playing some light upbeat music. Listening to it as he works (or doesn't work) is a redheaded Pikachu-morph, who will almost inevitably be startled by your arrival to his shop. If he's not here, then the shop is closed. And then just what are you doing here, hmm?

Location: Elm and Powers

Owner: William

The Greenhouse

An avant-garde apartment complex designed specifically to meet the needs of the grass-types around the island. The complex is designed to make them feel right at home with numerous outdoor gardens, skylights in every room, and a wonderful indoor garden area to lounge and soak up some sun with their less sentient kin. The environment is carefully controlled to afford optimum comfort in the place they will call home. There are many rooms still vacant, so get yours now!

Location: Bug/Grass District

Owner: unknown

Towering Inferno

The lobby of this building is actually just a long, thin hallway leading to the various rooms of the caretakers. Behind an iron gate, one can see the Watchman leaning back in a chair behind his desk, staring at a six-inch TV. One wall is covered in mailboxes, accessed only by the residents and the island mail carrier. At the south end of the hall, you can see an elevator that will take passengers up to various levels of the apartment building. The north end exits out to the front yard.

Location: GREFS District

Owner: unknown

Twilight Towers

A wrought iron fence, to match the heavy gate guarding Twilight Towers' lawn, circles the complex. The lawn is a bit shabby looking, with several dead patches and spots of tall, scraggly weeds. A sidewalk, curiously fashioned of black marble, leads up the front doors. The building itself is quite forboding; a tall spire of black brick that stretches up over the yard and fence. It seems to have few windows, and those it has are of a dark, smoked glass. The light around here always seems a bit dimmer than it should be during the day, but the stars shine bright at night.

Location: Residentials(1)

Owner: unknown

Water Treatment Plant

The treatment plant itself stands firmly in the middle of a manicured, lush green lawn. The building is constructed of sturdy red bricks, with only a very few small windows in front, surrounding a pair of heavy, iron doors. It's only one level and constructed low and flat, with the majority of the building underground. A sign in the front lawn proclaims: "Pokemorph Island Water Treatment Facility! Keeping your waters blue since 1982!"

Location: Mew and Seaview

Owner: unknown

Whirlwind Lab

Ah. Whirliwind Lab. The mere name reflects the good reputation that this once deserted laboratory had. A sign, a real nice one, sits near the entrance, wide enough for at least a truck to pass through. Apparantly, the proprietor is 'Dr Nick Cayenne' and his number is unlisted. But hey, if you're here, what use would his number be anyway? The lab is set on a rushing green field. Lots of green, surrounded by a privit hedge. No way out but over the privit, or through the vehicle entrance. And, for safety's sake, there's just a black void over the privit. It doesn't go anywhere. Somewhere at the forefront of the field area, next to a small empty car park, is a small meteorology station, which is mostly kept locked. Paths run from this to the main complex, a large two-storey building. A single path runs around the side, and then just.. ends. There's a way to go down there, if you're feeling so inclined. The lab seems a bit dusty, and empty, but be assured that it isn't quite as dormant as it seems. There are lights on, so maybe somebody's home.

Location: Slightly Inland

Owner: Nick

World Tastes Restaurant

As one walks through the large glass doors, a banner hanging from the ceiling is the first thing to catch a morphs eyes. It proclaims in large letters, "Welcome to the World tastes restaurant!" Around you, a collection of almost proplike settings. On the west wall is a sallon type bar. The east wall is decorated with hanging laterns and a sushibar is set up on each side of the doors, with tables scatterd here and there.. The south wall, has a large buffet of dishes, from pizza to salads. Finaly, in the center of all this is a round counter, with chairs all around. Here, a small oven is set up along with dishes and a fridge as well. This is where the owner, Azure the snorlaxmorph, can normaly be found if not one of his many workers, cooking up almost anything you can imagine. All in all, this is a place that can be said to be a lil' slice of the world!

Location: South Main Street

Owner: unknown