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Fiore

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Fiore フィオレ地方
Fiore region
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Artwork of the Fiore region
Introduction Pokémon Ranger
Professor Professor Hastings
Starter Pokémon Plusle and Minun
Regional Villains Go-Rock Squad
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Fiore (Japanese: フィオレ地方 Fiore-chihō) is the setting for the Pokémon Ranger videogame. Its name is Italian for "flower". It may be somewhat close to the Sinnoh region, since it was stated in-game that Sinnoh was the closest region to send the Manaphy Egg during the Manaphy event.

Geography

Fiore, labeled
Artwork of Fiore

Fiore is a location with mountainous terrain and four cities located in the cardinal directions of the map. Each city represents a season: Ringtown for spring, Fall City for fall or autumn, Summerland for summer, and Wintown for winter.

History

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Locations

Cities/Towns

Areas of interest

Routes

Fiore does not have traditional routes.

League

The relationship between humans and Pokémon is substantially different in Fiore than it is in the regions of the main games. In Fiore, there are no Trainers that capture and battle. The people that have the most interaction with Pokémon are the Pokémon Rangers. Since the Rangers enforce a strict rule of releasing Pokémon after using their help, Fiore does not host a form of Pokémon competition in the vein of the other regions' Pokémon League. However, they do have capture challenges that are open for Rangers to hone their skills.

Culture

An in-game map of Fiore

Poké Balls are not sold or used in the Fiore Region. People who own Pokémon are encouraged to keep them by their side, outside of Poké Balls at all times, much like Ash's Pikachu.

Trivia

  • While all the Eeveelutions prior to Generation IV can be found in Fiore, Eevee itself cannot be seen.
  • Wintown is the only city or town without a Capture Challenge nearby.
  • Fiore seems to be south of Sinnoh, notably from the mountain range that extend from the north in the in-game map, also from the statement that Sinnoh is the closest region to send Manaphy Egg.

Names

Language Name Origin
Japanese フィオレ Fiore From fiore, Italian for flower
English, French,
German, Italian
Fiore Same as Japanese name
Spanish Floresta Possibly from floresta, Portuguese for forest
Korean 피오레 Piore Transliteration of Japanese name
Chinese (Mandarin) 菲蕾 Fēilěi Transliteration of Japanese name. Means "Fragrant bud".


Fiore
Towns: RingtownSummerlandFall CityWintown
Areas: Lyra ForestOlive JungleJungle RelicDusk Factory
WaterworksSekra RangeGo-Rock Squad BaseFiore Temple
Kisara PlainsSafra Sea
Paths: Krokka TunnelEast RoadPanula CaveNorth Road

Pokémon Ranger
Main RangerTop RangerRanger Rank
Partner PokémonPoké AssistField MoveRanger Sign
MissionQuestRanger Net
Locations FioreAlmiaOblivia
Ranger BaseRanger DepotRanger UnionRanger School
Capture Stylers Capture StylerSuper StylerPower Styler
Antagonists Go-Rock SquadTeam Dim SunTeam DebonairsPokémon Pinchers
Misc. The Almia TimesThe King of Almia and the Three PrincesGlossary

Regions in the Pokémon world
Core series KantoJohtoHoennSinnohUnovaKalos
Sevii Islands
Side series Orre
Anime Orange ArchipelagoDecolore Islands
Spin-off games TCG IslandsFioreAlmiaObliviaPokémon Island
Mintale TownMystery Dungeon worldPokéParkRansei
TCG Southern IslandsHolon
Sovereign states in
the Pokémon world
Pokémon nationRanger UnionGuyana
Lucario KingdomMirage KingdomRota

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