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Aria

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This article is about the character from Pokémon Ranger. For the alternate form of Meloetta, see Form differences → Meloetta.
If you were looking for the recurring anime character, see Aria (anime).
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Aria
アリア Aria
Aria.png
Art from Pokémon Ranger
Gender Female
Hometown Unknown
Region Fiore
Generation III
Games Pokémon Ranger

Aria (Japanese: アリア Aria) is a Pokémon Ranger from Fall City.

Aria is a little self-absorbed at the beginning, but she starts to respect the player later on. Aria's partner Pokémon is never specified in the games, and she may not even have one. Aria later appears to notify the player about the rampaging Machoke by the clock in Fall City and asks the player to use it to prove themselves. Later, when the player is capturing the Grimer in the Waterworks she tells the player a hint in how to get across a gap. She appears briefly to clear some rockfalls in Krokka Tunnel before leaving to investigate the Go-Rock Squad. Later on she appears at the Jungle Relic to investigate the earthquakes. Soon after she declares she will calm the Entei, she breaks her Styler while trying to capture Clyde's Slaking. When the player goes to help Spenser by being a decoy, Aria shows up to treat the Charizard from the Jungle Relic. Just as the player arrives at the bottom of the Go-Rock Squad's base she gets a text message telling her to help protect Wintown. Aria later appeared in the special mission "Search the Safra Sea", where she does this mission with the player.

Pokémon

Controlled with Capture Styler

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Hariyama

Names

Language Name Origin
Japanese アリア Aria From Alya, the traditional name of Theta Serpentis.
English, German Aria Same as Japanese name.
French Victoire
Italian Arianna Similar to her Japanese name.
Spanish Ariadna Similar to her Japanese name.



Non-player characters in the Pokémon Ranger series
Fiore LunickSolanaSpenserJoelCameronElitaMurphAriaPercyChrisLind
LeilaniKeithFreddieProfessor HastingsLarryDrowsy GuyThe Go-Rock Squad
Almia BarlowCrawfordLuanaOllieElaineKeithRhythmiIsaacMelodyProfessor HastingsErmaWendySvenLinda
MurphPamurMrs. WinterPonteMs. AprilLamontMr. KaplanMs. ClaireJaniceMr. WoodwardMimiKyleOscar
WebsterBrookHenryLittle TimBig BerthaVatona and NageHerbertGo-Rock QuadsDrowsy GuyBrighton Hall
Team Dim SunTeam Debonairs
Oblivia BenSummerUkulele PichuBookerBurkhartRalphNickNemaNixieRandLeanneMurphProfessor HastingsSupurna
SteelheadTanvirKiraRavioEdwardArleyKasaHocusGo-Rock QuadsDrowsy GuyPokémon Pinchers

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