Constructed at the centre of this enormous capital in Roria, Anthian City - Shopping District is a central hub that connects to all other districts in Anthian City. Many shops here sell unique items, for example: Poké Ball Emporium is the place to go for special Poké Balls, while the Stone Shop sells expensive Gems, evolutionary stones, and Mega Stones. Some of the main developers open shops in this area as well, such as Hero's Hoverboards and Rorian Braviary, although not all of them serve a proper function yet, such as Sixth's Furniture.
Poké Ball Emporium
- Main article: Poké Ball Emporium
Providing a much greater variety than Poké Marts, this is the place to buy special and unique Poké Balls. This shop also features 18 custom-made Elemental Balls, one for each type. Rival Tess leads Jake and the player here upon arriving in the Shopping District. She also talks to Uncle Gerald — a friend of Tess' father, to find more information on the villainous Team Eclipse.
There is a locked door under this shop. Once the player obtains Soaring Badge from Anthian Gym, Uncle Gerald gives the player Basement Key to open that door, allowing access to Anthian Sewer when the player approaches him and Tess at the front of the shop.
- Main article: Stone Shop
A shop that displays and sells numerous valuable stones and gems. This shop offers Gems — one-time use items which can boost a Pokémon's move of the same type, as well as basic Evolutionary Stones to evolve their Pokémon. Players will also need to go to this place if they wish to buy most of the Mega Stones they need for Mega Evolution after they acquire the Key Stone, though players can still purchase them before obtaining the Key Stone if they want.
New Sushi Stick
This restaurant is located behind Rorian Braviary. Players can purchase a tray of Magik Sushi for 5000 dollars. It may seem very expensive, but players will receive a special fortune cookie afterwards, containing either a random Berry or, rarely, a Prism Scale. Players are advised to save before ordering the Magik Sushi so they can rejoin immediately to keep their money if the reward is not what they wanted.
|Note: Randomly awarded|
A fashion store located in front of New Sushi Stick, it sells unique Rorian and Pokémon related apparel. All of the products cost 5 Robux. In addition, players can try on clothing without purchasing, but they will not keep wearing them once they leave the game. The owners are main developers Shipool, who spins the sign outside this store, and Roball1, who is behind the cashier.
- Main article: Hero's Hoverboards
Opened by one of the main developers Our_Hero on 9th March, 2017, this shop sells hoverboards, which are interesting takes on the bicycles in the Pokémon franchise, allowing players to travel noticeably faster than sprinting or walking. Basic Boards are free while Deluxe Hoverboards cost 50 Robux per variant, but are even speedier and have a unique style. Players must also visit this store to switch the type of board that they are using.
Hobo's Lucky Lotto
- Main article: Hobo's Lucky Lotto
It is the newest shop ran by developer Hoboj03, opened on 19th April, 2017. It features a daily lotto that gives different prizes each day. Similar to how the Pokémon Lottery Corner works in core series games, the lotto scans through the Trainer ID among player's current party and PC, but it also searches player's Pokémon deposited in Lagoona Day Care. If any IDs have digits matching the lucky draw, the player gets the prize according to how many digits match. Players can try up to 4 times per day, costing 15 Robux each time he or she draws an additional ticket.
The following Pokémon can be purchased from a businessman previously saying that he wanted to be alone. He is located in a dead-end behind the THEM Magazine Building. However, this Pokémon is sold for a very high amount of Robux, is always male, and cannot breed. Its special Ability Battle Bond triggers when it defeats an opposing Pokémon, activating the transformation.
|Battle Bond||Lv. 36||150 Robux|
|Rare Candy||Deep inside the back alley in the top left corner. The alley is next to Stone Shop. (Hidden)|
|Requires Soaring Badge|
|Basement Key||Given by Gerald outside the Poké Ball Emporium after defeating Anthian Gym.|
|There was no change to the above items between any of the updates.|
- Sixth's Furniture Shop and Zombie's Painting & Hardware are opened by main developers MySixthSense and Zombie7737 respectively.
- The owner of Sixth's Furniture Shop — MySixthSense, also happens to be the Move Deleter in Colosseum Marketplace.
- The Them Magazine building refers to Them Magazine, which is an online Roblox magazine whom J6V is head author of. J6V is also a developer of Pokémon Brick Bronze.
- Rorian Braviary is a pun on American Eagle Outfitters — an American clothing and accessories retailer.
- El Ludicolo Loco is based on El Pollo Loco, which is a restaurant chain that specializes in Mexican food.
|Towns||Mitis Town • Cheshma Town • Lagoona Lake (Trenches) • Port Decca|
|Cities||Silvent City • Brimber City • Rosecove City (Beach) • Anthian City (Housing Dist. • Shopping Dist. • Battle Dist. • Park • Sewer) • Aredia City (Old Aredia • Aredia Ruins) • Fluoruma City • Frostveil City (Catacombs)|
|Routes||1 • 2 • 3 • 4 • 5 • 6 • 7 • 8 • 9 • 10 • 11 • 12 • 13 • 14 • 15 • 16|
| Caves &|
|Glistening Grotto • Mt. Igneus (Igneus Depths) • Mt. Cragonos (Mines • Cliffs • Peak • Sanctuary • Chamber of the Jewel) • Desert Catacombs • Nature's Den • Calcite Chamber • Martensite Chamber • Dendrite Chamber • Titans' Throng|
|Gale Forest • Old Graveyard • Grove of Dreams • Fortulose Manor • Fortulose Manor • Cosmeos Valley • Lost Islands|