Amara is a region of the Pokémon world. It is the main setting of .
Journey Through the Regions: Amara
Etymology and design concept
Amara is Latin for
Amara is designed after Italy and Greece.
Cities, routes, and other locations
Cities and towns
Name of City/Town
The starting point for every new Trainer in the Amara region
Home of the
Ombre City Gym.
Home of the Argyris City Museum Gym.
Home of the Stheno City Gym.
Home of the Fulmine City Factory Gym.
Home of the Titania City Theater Gym
Home of the Tempesta City Skywalk Gym
Home of the Arachne City Garden Gym
Home of the Dragon Temple Gym
Home of the Vulcan City Gym.
Home of the Nieve City Castle and the Eirlys Royal Family of Amara.
Amber Beach Town
One of the towns closest to the ocean. Home of the Amber Beach Museum.
The Amara League is the regional Pokémon League of the Amara region. Unlike the Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, Sinnoh, Unova and Kalos Leagues, the Amara requires a trainer to obtain 10 badges. Once a trainer gets 10, they are able to enter the Amara League.
Elite Four and Champion
Amara is the only Region to have a Dark Type Gym.
Amara is the only region to have an all female Elite Four plus Champion.
Arachne is named after the Greek Myth of the same name.
Argyris is a variant spelling of the Greek name Argyros, meaning "silvery."
Jayda is the only Elite Four Member who does not have a Pokemon that can Mega Evolve.
Rai is short for Raiden, which is a Japanese myth name of a god of thunder, meaning "thunder and lightning."
Veton is an Albanian name derived from the word vetetime, meaning "lightning."