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Boyleland ボイルランド
Connecting locations
North Volcano Cave
South None
West Pueltown, Haruba Village
East None
Boyleland on the map of Almia
Location of Boyleland in Almia

Boyleland (Japanese: ボイルランド Boyleland) is a village in Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia.

The island consists of dried lava and a volcano. When the player first visits Boyleland, the native Pokémon have all disappeared. The player goes into Volcano Cave in order to rescue to Pokémon from Team Dim Sun, who have hypnotized the Pokémon and moved them by using Miniremo units. As a result, the village elder's Mime Jr. idolizes the player and will join the player as a Partner Pokémon after the player has returned from obtaining the Red Gem in Volcano Cave.

Every year, Boyleland celebrates a Snow Festival by finding Ice-type Pokémon and causing it to snow on the hot island. The player is eventually assigned a quest to find a Glalie and Froslass to make it snow.


Boyleland has a population of 18, exactly the same as Vientown and Haruba Village.


Pokémon Poké Assist Field
278 Wingull Water PA.png Water Soak_1
398 Staraptor Flying PA.png Flying Fly -


There are five quests that can be found in Boyleland:

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Team Dim Sun's Appetite
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Elder's Granddaughter
Recoveryccard.png Recovery
That man all by himself in the hidden harbor...
He's actually a member of Team Dim Sun.
But I feel sorry for him being out there alone.
Can you go look in on him?
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That Smell of Muk
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Poison Defenseccard.png Poison Defense
I'm a collector of exquisite fragrances.
I have long sought the effervescent aroma
of Muk to no avail. I have it on good authority
that one was seen in Boyle Volcano.
I must have its aroma! You must capture it!
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Secure the Hidden Harbor
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Fishing Guide
Fire Defenseccard.png Fire Defense
There's an excellent, out-of-the-way
fishing spot deep inside of Boyle Volcano.
But now, I can't even get to it because two walls of fire have blocked the path there.
It'd be great if you'd put them out.
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Pelipper's Plea
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Old Woman
443mssoa.png New Partner Pokémon
In Volcano Cave, toward the doors, there was
a Pelipper. It seemed to be trying to say something.
You may want to check on it.
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Snow in Boyleland
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Elder's Granddaughter
Ice Defenseccard.png Ice Defense
Everyone is looking forward to Boyleland's
Snow Festival, but we have no snow.
Please bring us a Froslass and a Glalie.
They say those Pokémon can be found in Hia


Language Name Origin
Japanese ボイルランド Boyleland From boil and land.
English Boyleland From its Japanese name.
French Terruptive From terre (land) and éruption (eruption).
German Brodellande From brodeln (seethe) and land.
Italian Caldonia From caldo (heat), calderone (cauldron), caldaia (boiler), and possibly caldera.
Spanish Hervia From hervir (boil).

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Chicole VillageVientownPueltownBoylelandShiver CampHaruba Village
Chicole PathSchool RoadUnion RoadChroma Road
Aquatic areas
Puel SeaIce LakeSea of Wailord
Open areas
Vien ForestAltru ParkPeril CliffsChroma HighlandsHia ValleyHaruba Desert
Other areas
Ranger SchoolRanger UnionMarine CaveAltru BuildingVolcano CaveCargo ShipChroma Ruins
Crysta CaveAlmia CastleOil Field HideoutHippowdon TempleAltru TowerCapture Arena

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