Nuvema Town. A wonderful place to start a journey, for this was where Professor Aurea Juniper, who sponsored new trainers, had her lab. Oh, Professor Sumac would handle registration, so foreign trainers could just as easily go to her, but it was Professor Juniper who would give untested trainers new pokemon to prove their way with, and so it was she that was remembered, and as a result even most trainers who just needed to register with a pokemon they already had would go to Juniper over Sumac. Besides, sometimes, as with today, she would give new trainers who already had a pokemon of their own an extra starter from her family's ranch. "Go ahead you three." Juniper placed a small case on the table before Morgana, Quan, and Kathleen. "One each Oshawott, Tepig, and Snivvy." Opening the case, she revealed three premier balls, each with a modification sticker for the appropriate elements, both clearly labeling the balls, and adding an improvement to the living space inside the otherwise sparse model of balls which were more about prestige than comfort. Juniper looked up at Azure, Faith, and Aquamarine. "While they're figuring out who gets what, why don't I get you started on your local registration? Now, here are your dexes, there's a form to fill out with your personal information when it initializes. Just basic things like home town, birthday, that kind of thing. One thing which might be a little confusing without explanation is where it asks about lodging. While there's no rule against having as many pokémon with you as you want, in official league sanctioned matches, you can only use six. Most people don't want to keep pokémon they can't devote their attention to with them, so they make arrangements for the ones they're not actively training. "By default, if you have six and you catch another, your dex will send your newest catch to a designated location. You can turn that up, turn it off, or even turn it down. I wouldn't recommend that last one, though. There's four options in Unova for where to send your pokémon. You can send them to your home, you can send them to my lab, you can send them to Amanita's PC, or you can send them to Professor Sumac's manor. I'm afraid that if you don't have a permanent place of residence in Unova you really only have three choices. If you send them here, I can take care of six pokemon, completely free of charge, and still take the time to give them some attention every day. It's not many, but they'll be in good hands. "If you send them to the PC, you can store thirty for free, and pay a minor fee for each additional thirty spots, so to speak, but they'll just be living in their ball at a secure location, rather than really being taken care of. As for Professor Sumac, she runs a facility in the City of Northeast, where she has space for as many pokémon as you care to send her, however, given that she allows all of the pokémon on her estate to socialize freely, she does reserve the right to refuse service to any particular pokémon at any time. Please let me know if you have any questions." With that, Juniper handed out Unova dexes to all six trainers.