Pokémon Ranger (game)

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Pokémon Ranger
Game Information
Publisher Nintendo
Developer HAL Laboratory

Creatures, Inc.

Category Action RPG
Players 1 player
ESRB E for Everyone
Release Dates
Flag of Japan.png March 23, 2006
Flag of the United States.png October 30, 2006
Flag of Europe.png April 13, 2007
Flag of Australia.png December 7, 2006
Flag of South Korea.png {{{release-date-korea}}}
Other information
Platform Nintendo DS
Region Fiore

Pokémon Ranger is a Pokémon game mainly involving the Stylus. In the story, you become a Pokémon Ranger, and arrive in Fall City. There is a kid asking what is in this crate. Touch it with your Stylus and a Plusle or a Minun depending if you're a boy or a girl. You will then see Spencer with a Houndoom. Spencer will give you device called a Styler. Once you go through the tutorial, you must capture the Plusle or Minun and befriend it. Later, Spencer's Fearow will fly you to Ringtown. There, you'll become a Ranger. Once you do, a guy named Larry comes bounding into the Ranger Base, saying that he lost his Taillow in Lyra Forest. Spencer will assign you the mission to go capture Larry's Taillow. After you capture the Taillow, bring it back to Larry and you'll be done with the mission.

The Front Screen

Pokemon Locations[edit | edit source]

Lyra Forest[edit | edit source]

Zigzagoon, Linoone, Chikorita, Mudkip, Torchic, Marshtomp, Pikachu, Ivysaur, Swampert, Phanpy, Scyther, Scizor, Ninjask, Beedrill, Cyndaquil, Celebi, Taillow, Swellow, Spinarak, Weepinbell, Typhlosion, Venusaur, Victreebel, Shedinja, Murkrow, Quilava, Hoppip, Beautifly, Nincada, Pichu, Combusken, Bellsprout.

Krokka Tunnel[edit | edit source]

Magneton, Parasect, Dugtrio, Diglett, Bellsprout, Machop, Spinarak, Magnemite, Hariyama, Torkoal, Poliwag, Paras, Geodude, Kirlia, Graveler, Zubat, Poliwhirl, Machamp, Registeel.

East Road[edit | edit source]

Taillow, Blaziken.

Fall City[edit | edit source]

Snubbull, Makuhita, Skitty, Meowth, Ludicolo, Staryu, Wingull, Krabby, Blastoise.

Waterworks[edit | edit source]

Totodile, Grimer, Feraligatr, Squirtle, Corphish, Magnemite, Meditite, Drowzee, Raticate, Koffing, Muk.

Dusk Factory[edit | edit source]

Voltorb, Machoke, Meowth, Growlithe, Gastly, Haunter, Porygon, Kecleon, Mr. Mime, Wingull, Pinsir, Hypno, Magnemite, Magneton.

Kisara Plains[edit | edit source]

Kirlia, Torchic, Tauros, Slowpoke, Spearow, Dodrio, Spoink, Bulbasaur, Skarmory, Abra.

Jungle Relic[edit | edit source]

Numel, Kingdra, Salamence, Flygon, Charizard, Electrike, Tangela, Sceptile, Rhyhorn, Graveler, Entei, Poliwrath, Groudon, Beldum, Manectric, Magmar, Metang, Charmander, Houndoom, Charmeleon, Gloom, Arcanine

Olive Jungle[edit | edit source]

Treecko, Ludicolo, Lotad, Lombre, Meganium, Oddish, Wurmple, Electrike, Phanpy, Spinarak, Vigoroth, Mankey, Primeape, Heracross, Grovyle, Gligar, Slaking.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Pokemon Ranger is one of the only Pokémon games where you can't choose a Pokémon type at the start.
  • Pokemon Ranger is the first game where you play as a Ranger.