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Each stat trainer in Platinum has a favorite food he or she is particularly good at making. Cheryl’s is breakfast cereal, Mira’s is millet porridge, Riley’s is rye bread, Marley’s is barley soup, and Buck’s is soba noodles and buckwheat pancakes. (alchan)

Bill and Amanita are related. (anon)

Bill is actually the same age as the protagonists during the Kanto games, making him three years older than the protagonists in the Johto games. But unlike most trainers his age, he is more absorbed in inventions and technology (such as the PC boxes) rather than battles and winning badges. (anon)

Riley is Steven Stone’s nephew. (anon)

B-2’s mother is a loud, overbearing sort who thinks he’s in a performance group and does alterations to his “spaceman outfit” and tells him to find a real job. (blackjackgabbiani)

'Ancient' Kanto and Johto were much like feudal Japan, while Hoenn's history is more like that of medieval to renaissance Europe. (violet-amporas)

They have a maximum security prison in Sinnoh where they keep the people who are considered the most dangerous criminals. People incarcerated there include the Team Galactic commanders, Annie and Oakley, Zero, and Grings Kodai. (anon)

The Pichu from Super Smash Brothers Melee game evolves into the Pikachu from Super Smash Brothers Brawl game. This is why they both wear similar blue goggles as one of their costume changes.(mjangelvortex)

Kanto’s Silence Bridge (Route 12) is the Pokemon World equlivent of Australia’s Great Ocean Road. That is, it was made by returning WWI soldiers as a means to settle them back into civillian life, ran out of funds and was then covered by the then mayor of Lavender Town, serves as the Pokemon World’s largest war memorial and so on.(hoenniswheretheheartis)

Green and Daisy actually aren’t siblings, they’re cousins. Daisy’s parents died in a car accident when she was 3 and she was sent to live with her grandfather, Professor Oak. She lived there and was 9 years old when Green showed up, aged 6. They grew up together, calling each other brother and sister. (anon)