The 3 Pokémon Rocks America cities are...

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  1. GreatFox

    GreatFox New Member

    The 3rd and final game is now up @

    So, without further delay, the three Cities that will host the Pokémon Rocks America event are...

    St. Louis, Missouri
    Houston, Texas
    San Diego, California :(

    San Diego!? Ah man, now I don't even know if I'd be able to make it. :mad:
  2. )v(ajin_ipg21

    )v(ajin_ipg21 New Member

    SAN Diego is Better than NO CA site.


    Only Kidding...

    HEY, if I WERE living in the BAY Area I would be complaining... 2 hrs vs 6hrs, no complaints from me.

  3. Skywolf1

    Skywolf1 New Member

    Truly good news.

    Take Care,

  4. dkates

    dkates New Member

    Depending on the date, maybe I can arrange to be back home when it gets to Houston...
  5. ToysRUsKid

    ToysRUsKid Active Member



    ok, i just yelled in mah class -_-;;

    ugh ...

    Why no bay area ... =/ .. ITS OUR TURN

    Always, ALWAYS SO CAL ... NEVER NOCAL .. Last Big Event was 2 Years Ago .. OMG
  6. meganium45

    meganium45 Active Member

    Ooooh, yeah!!!!

    St. Louis - the official center of the Pokemon world (OK, not really)

    And hey, go to the event, meet Meganium45 and the gang in person!

    I thinks we will be assisting in the events, I thinks!!!

    More details to be release soon!

    In a word WOOT!!!1

  7. Scizor

    Scizor New Member

    What exactly is Pokemon Rocks America? It sounds like it may be worth coming too if the prizes are good. San Diego is about a 6 hour drive for me, but i can stay for free so yeah....
  8. SteveP

    SteveP Active Member

    Cool. Houston and StLouis are a bit too far for us in Colorado, but that's okay. Maybe they'll do this again and put one in the Rockies somewhere. Congrats to those cities and players living close to them.
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  9. Turbo Blastoise

    Turbo Blastoise New Member

    Wow! One that is actually within an hour from where I live! I'm definitely going if they plan to have any TCG event there.
  10. Nick15

    Nick15 Member

    HEY, if I WERE living in the BAY Area I would be complaining... 2 hrs vs 6hrs, no complaints from me.

    It's getting a complaint from me, yo. .... Any San Franciscians who have time and gas money wanna come along? :D TRUKid, wanna do a road trip? ;)
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  11. Tego

    Tego New Member

    Hah! I said San Diego was likely, being a big convention-city and being location for past a past STS.

    It will be interesting to see exactly what will happen at the 'Rocks America' events.
  12. GreatFox

    GreatFox New Member

    Hey... LA is a big convention-city too. Heck, we host E3 every year; you can't get much bigger than that.

    But, oh well... SD is withen driving distance (2 hours). I just have no idea if I will be able to make it. (at least we'll have an EX: Dragon pre-release in LA)
  13. yoshi1001

    yoshi1001 Active Member

    Well, according to the census bureau:

    St. Louis, MO--IL MSA 2,603,607
    Kansas City, MO--KS MSA 1,776,062

    Los Angeles--Riverside--Orange County, CA CMSA 16,373,645
    San Francisco--Oakland--San Jose, CA CMSA 7,039,362
    San Diego, CA MSA 2,813,833
    Sacramento--Yolo, CA CMSA 1,796,857

    Dallas--Fort Worth, TX CMSA 5,221,801
    Houston--Galveston--Brazoria, TX CMSA 4,669,571
    San Antonio, TX MSA 1,592,383
    Austin--San Marcos, TX MSA 1,249,763

    So they chose the largest metro area in Missouri, the second largest (but not by much) in Texas, and the third largest in California. The real driving force was probably what was availible, though.

    Of course, some locations within cities would be nice, since I can't find anything on the web.
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  14. Orange Soda

    Orange Soda New Member

    I'd certainly like to go to the one in St. Louis, but since I don't have a car, it'll take some crafty planning. And since we don't know the exact locations (be it a hotel, convention center, or something else), my planning will have to wait.

    On the other hand, if anyone's travelling I-44 to get there, you'd be passing right through Rolla... :D
  15. yoshi1001

    yoshi1001 Active Member

    Here are the actual locations from

    Saturday, October 25th -- St. Louis, Missouri – Union Station
    Saturday, November 8th – Houston, Texas – Houston Space Center
    Saturday, November 15th – San Diego, California – Balboa Park
    Last edited: Oct 3, 2003
  16. Chrisbo

    Chrisbo Administrator

    Aw nuts! That's the same day as the EX-Dragon Prerelease in Los Angeles!! Who's coordinating these events anyway!!!! :(

  17. Master Professor Birch

    Master Professor Birch Active Member

    Lookout Turbo Can You Handle All Of This At One Time???

    :clap: :clap: Jump up & down, Turbo Blastoise!!! :thumb: :thumb:

    You are one of the first Pokemon players in Houston to know........??????

    Your Friend, Master Professor Birch, is bringing the DRAGON into Houston, Texas!!!!

    That's right good buddy Houston will host the "EX-Dragon Pre-release Tournament" the next weekend, November 15, 2003!!!

    Congrats!!!! :thumb: :thumb: :D :D
  18. Skywolf1

    Skywolf1 New Member


    For those of you that are thinking of attending the "Dragon" pre-release touranment, the Date of the event has been MOVED to SUNDAY, 16, November 2003, to the Best Western Newport Mesa Inn.

    This was done to prevent any conflicts with the Pokemon Rocks America Tour held the day before.

    *Information courtesy of PT&E1*

    Take Care,

  19. ToysRUsKid

    ToysRUsKid Active Member

    nick, maybe ...

    prolly not cuz of my mom and her obsession of me going to school -_-...

    Thanks for the offer though :clap: :) :D
  20. UncleBob

    UncleBob New Member

    Hmmm... St. Louis... Union Station... that means I could get my little pretzel pocket thingees...
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