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Oblivia オブリビア地方
Oblivia region
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Artwork of the Oblivia region
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Oblivia (Japanese: オブリビア地方 Oblivia-chihō) is the region in which Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs takes place. This region is an archipelago composed of several islands. It has many ruins, and legends. In the past it had temples used to worship Pokémon, such as Arceus. Across Oblivia are monuments that, when lit, form the Ranger Sign for Latias and Latios. Also, in some places there are monuments that, when specific side quests are completed, reveal special signs for certain Pokémon that can join your team.


Oblivia consists of three main islands and several smaller ones. There are many places all over the region where legendary Pokémon reside.


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A long time ago, there were many temples in Oblivia. They included the Forest, Fire, Ice, Thunder, Dark, Light and Odd Temples. The oracles in the temples wore a form of armor, and were called Steelheads. The armor let them control Pokémon. Each temple had a captain, who controlled an exceptionally strong Pokémon.


An in-game map of Oblivia.



Areas of Interest


  • The names of Oblivia's islands are based on the seven solfège syllables of music notation, do, re, mi, fa, so, la, and ti.
  • The name Oblivia comes from oblivion, meaning the state of being forgotten, or possibly oblivious, considering the fact that native people are unaware of the Pincher invasion.

Raikou Ranger Sign summon.png Entei Ranger Sign summon.png Suicune Ranger Sign summon.png Ho-Oh Ranger Sign summon.png Latias Ranger Sign summon.png Latios Ranger Sign summon.png
Dolce IslandRenbow IslandMitonga IslandFaldera IslandSophian IslandLayuda IslandTilikule Island
Cocona VillageTilt VillageAqua Resort
Aquatic areas
Coral SeaCanal RuinsEastern SeaWestern Sea
Open areas
SkyLapras BeachTeakwood ForestCurl BayRand's HouseLatolato TrailMt. LatolatoWireless Tower
Hinder CapeMitonga RoadNoir ForestDangerous CliffSophian RoadMt. SorbetRainbow Dais
Forest TempleFire TempleIce TempleThunder TempleDark TempleLight TempleOdd Temple
Other areas
Rasp CavernOld MansionDaybreak RuinsSubmarineSilver FallsOblivia RuinsSky FortressThe Union

Regions in the Pokémon world
Core series KantoJohtoHoennSinnohUnovaKalos
Sevii Islands
Side series Orre
Anime Orange ArchipelagoDecolore Islands
Spin-off games TCG IslandsFioreAlmiaObliviaPokémon IslandMintale Town
Mystery Dungeon worldPokéParkRanseiFerrum
TCG Southern IslandsHolon
Sovereign states in
the Pokémon world
Pokémon nationRanger UnionGuyana
Lucario KingdomMirage KingdomRota

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