I do believe it was Kanto Route 1. It's so similar to the real life location in the Pokemon games.
If you have any evidence against it, please present it.
I don't mean to be a jerk or anything. Just thought that it was Kanto Route 1 given it's basically a big grassy field.
Most routes in Pokémon are grassy fields, hence why it shouldn't really be titled under that. It can even be Pallet Town in the area with no buildings, but no one can say for sure besides the ERB crew.
However, I do feel like Ash's location should be separate from Easter Bunny's since it's clearly not the same grassy field, and having him under such a generic location is odd since he goes to another part of the Pokémon world in certain lines.
I mean, everything in the field matches, from the patterns in the grass to the trees in the background. Kanto doesn’t really match at all, especially with the picture provided, since there’s quite clearly a path, hills, and a different tree pattern, none of which are seen in the ERB. Obviously they don’t have to base it exactly off of the picture, but there’s nothing here that screams “this is 100% Kanto”. I suppose you could argue the lighter green grass kinda resembles a path but I feel even that’s stretching it, especially when the field has the same light grass in the same pattern
Exactly. Ash is anime-exclusive and Kanto Route 1 is likely what they were going for. It fits the description of “grassy field” because it’s a grassy field. Why not be specific as possible? Ash is from Kanto, we all know that, and Route 1 is directly connected to his home town.
If it isn't obvious, we're not overstepping by saying it's definitely Kanto Route 1.
Also, any time ERB referred to or hinted at Pokemon, it was within the context of Pokemon GO, and it was clear that was the catalyst for finally doing this battle/a main resource for them when preparing for it. Plus, ERB combines elements from franchises that don't necessarily go together all the time. Bruce Banner has clear references to just about every major incarnation of the character in film, despite outwardly looking like the Mark Ruffalo version. It's about representing it as a whole, not only a small chunk of it.
Okay I'm losing faith in the whole Grassy Field name. Or at least the location's supposed relationship to Pokémon. I played Pokemon Go just this morning and the overworld looked NOTHING like the location used. It didn't even look like a field. More like a simplified virtual reality top-view of whatever town you're in.
As for Kanto Route 1, THAT actually has many patches of grass with wild Pokemon. Given it's directly connected to Ash's hometown, and given everything else I've mentioned, I dunno what else to say.
It is clearly the base background for catching a Pokémon on Pokémon Go. This bullshit has been going on way too long to be considered acceptable. Stop arguing a ridiculous point and accept the facts put in front of you.
"Route One has grassy sections so I'm right wah wah wah"
The fucking Sahara Desert has grassy sections but the background isnt there is it? Fuck me.