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[[File:Solana and Plusle.png|thumb|220px|Ranger [[Solana]] and her {{ra|partner Pokémon}} in the anime]]
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A '''Pokémon Ranger''' (Japanese: '''ポケモンレンジャー''' ''Pokémon Ranger'') is a class of character featured in the [[Nintendo DS]] games {{ga|Pokémon Ranger}}, {{g|Ranger: Shadows of Almia}} and [[Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs]].
 
A '''Pokémon Ranger''' (Japanese: '''ポケモンレンジャー''' ''Pokémon Ranger'') is a class of character featured in the [[Nintendo DS]] games {{ga|Pokémon Ranger}}, {{g|Ranger: Shadows of Almia}} and [[Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs]].
   
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==In the games==
 
==In the games==
Pokémon Rangers begin as '''Student Rangers''', and after graduation, they become '''Area Rangers.''' Pokémon Rangers known as Area Rangers primarily operate out of [[Ranger Union]]s in [[Fiore]], [[Almia]] and [[Oblivia]] where nature is held in higher regard than in other [[regions]]. However, a rare promotion can be gained where they become [[Top Ranger]]. Pokémon Rangers use [[Capture Styler]]s to calm and control wild Pokémon to help them solve ecological problems, defeat criminals using Pokémon to commit crimes, and arrest Pokémon poachers, acting as a sort of cross between a police officer and park ranger. After a Ranger becomes a good Ranger, they have a small chance of becoming Top Rangers with many new privileges.
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Pokémon Rangers begin as '''Student Rangers''' (Japanese: '''がくせいレンジャー''' ''Student Ranger''), and after graduation, they become '''Area Rangers''' (Japanese: '''エリアレンジャー''' ''Area Ranger''). Pokémon Rangers known as Area Rangers primarily operate out of [[Ranger Union]]s in [[Fiore]], [[Almia]] and [[Oblivia]] where nature is held in higher regard than in other [[region]]s. However, a rare promotion can be gained where they become [[Top Ranger]], earning many new privileges. Pokémon Rangers use [[Capture Styler]]s to calm and control wild Pokémon to help them solve ecological problems, defeat criminals using Pokémon to commit crimes, and arrest Pokémon poachers, acting as a sort of cross between a police officer and park ranger.
   
Pokémon Rangers usually have only one Pokémon - known as their "Partner", that is with them at all times, and has been trained to a high level. Pokémon Rangers do not usually send Pokémon to battle each other directly, but generally use the Pokémon with them to power up the energies and extra settings on their Capture Stylers or to distract wild or enemy Pokémon with attacks that are not directly offensive. These powers are known as [[Poké Assist]] and are activated by having the Pokémon Ranger absorb a wild Pokémon's power into their Capture Styler, where upon their Styler gains extra abilities depending on the Pokémon's [[Type]].
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Pokémon Rangers usually have only one Pokémon - known as their "[[Partner Pokémon (Ranger)|Partner]]", that is with them at all times, and has been trained to a high level. Pokémon Rangers do not usually send Pokémon to battle each other directly, but generally use the Pokémon with them to power up the energies and extra settings on their Capture Stylers or to distract wild or enemy Pokémon with attacks that are not directly offensive. These powers are known as [[Poké Assist]] and are activated by having the Pokémon Ranger absorb a wild Pokémon's power into their Capture Styler, where upon their Styler gains extra abilities depending on the Pokémon's [[Type]].
   
 
==In the anime==
 
==In the anime==
 
[[Solana]], [[Kellyn]], {{ra|Ben}}, and [[Jack Walker]] are Pokémon Rangers that have appeared in the {{pkmn|anime}}.
 
[[Solana]], [[Kellyn]], {{ra|Ben}}, and [[Jack Walker]] are Pokémon Rangers that have appeared in the {{pkmn|anime}}.
   
Many episodes have featured other rangers. They generally keep an eye on an area and look after the Pokémon there. Some of these areas are restricted and have to be protected from {{pkmn|poacher}}s. As these rangers {{pkmn|training|train}} {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} normally, though, they may have more to do with the [[Pokémon Ranger (Trainer class)|Trainer class]] than the [[Fiore]] and [[Almia]] Rangers.
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Many episodes have featured other Rangers. They generally keep an eye on an area and look after the Pokémon there. Some of these areas are restricted and have to be protected from {{pkmn|poacher}}s. As these rangers {{pkmn|training|train}} {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} normally, though, they may have more to do with the [[Pokémon Ranger (Trainer class)|Trainer class]] than the [[Fiore]] and [[Almia]] Rangers.
   
Solana first appears in ''[[AG155|The Green Guardian]]'', and later in ''[[AG171|Pokémon Ranger - Deoxys Crisis! Parts One]] [[AG172|and Two]]'', where she is involved in the incident with Deoxys.
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Solana, the female protagonist from Pokémon Ranger, first appears in ''[[AG155|The Green Guardian]]''. She helps Ash and his friends rescue an injured Celebi which had blocked the [[Kanto Route 17|Cycling Road]] with its protective vines. She later reappears in ''[[AG171|Pokémon Ranger - Deoxys Crisis! Parts One]] [[AG172|and Two]]'', where she is involved in the incident with Deoxys, and again together with Kellyn in ''[[DP071|Pokémon Ranger and the Kidnapped Riolu! Parts One]] [[DP072|and Two]]''.
She appears again together with Kellyn in ''[[DP071|Pokémon Ranger and the Kidnapped Riolu! Parts One]] [[DP072|and Two]]''.
 
   
{{ra|Ben}}, the male protagonist from [[Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs|Guardian Signs]], made appearances in the anime in ''[[SS022|Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs Parts One]] [[SS023|and Two]]'', and ''[[DP169|Pokémon Ranger! Heatran Rescue Mission!!]]''.
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Ben, the male protagonist from [[Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs|Guardian Signs]], made appearances in the anime in ''{{OBP|Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs|anime special}}'' and ''[[DP169|Pokémon Ranger! Heatran Rescue Mission!!]]''.
   
Jack Walker is the central character of the fourth {{series|Advanced Generation}} {{pkmn|movie}}, ''[[M09|Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea]]''.
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Jack Walker is the central character of ''[[M09|Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea]]''.
   
 
==In the manga==
 
==In the manga==
''Pokémon Rangers'' appear in ''[[W Mission Story: Pokémon Ranger - the Comic]]'' manga, which is based on the W-Mission of ''Pokémon Ranger''. The main characters of the game, [[Lunick]] and [[Solana]], are the protagonists here as well.
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Pokémon Rangers appear in ''[[Pokémon Ranger the Comic: Double Mission]]'' manga, which is based on the W-Mission of ''Pokémon Ranger''. The main characters of the game, [[Lunick]] and [[Solana]], are the protagonists here as well.
   
 
Another comic, [[Darkrai Mission Story: Pokémon Ranger Vatonage - the Comic]] features characters from [[Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia]].
 
Another comic, [[Darkrai Mission Story: Pokémon Ranger Vatonage - the Comic]] features characters from [[Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia]].
   
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Pokémon Rangers also feature in:
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*[[Mobilize!! Pokémon Ranger]]
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*[[Pokémon Battle: Pikachu's Big Exciting Adventure]]
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*[[Pokémon Ranger Vatonage: The Road to Top Ranger]]
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*[[Pokémon Ranger -The 1st Mission-]]
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*[[Pokémon Ranger: The Road to a "Capture" Master]]
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*[[Pokémon Ranger Vatonage: Mission Clear]]
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*[[Pokémon Ranger: Hero of Oblivia]]
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==Notable Rangers==
 
==Notable Rangers==
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:''See also: {{cat|Pokémon Rangers|List of Pokémon Rangers}}''
* [[Elita]]
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* {{OBP|Ben|Ranger}}
 
* [[Jack Walker|Jackie]]
 
* [[Jack Walker|Jackie]]
 
* [[Kellyn]]
 
* [[Kellyn]]
 
* [[Solana]]
 
* [[Solana]]
* {{OBP|Ben|Ranger}}
 
   
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==Trivia==
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* For ''[[DP071|Pokémon Ranger and the Kidnapped Riolu! (Part 1)]]'', [[Professor Oak's Big Pokémon Encyclopedia]] is about Pokémon Rangers. He writes this {{wp|senryū}} about them: 「ポケモンと いっしょにしれんじゃ レンジャーよ」 ''"Going through ordeals together with Pokémon; that is a Ranger."''
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|ru=Рейнджер Покемонов ''Reyndzher Pokémonov''<br>Покемон Рейнджер ''Pokémon Reyndzher''<br>Покерейнджер ''Pokéreyndzher''{{tt|*|AG171}}
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''Student Ranger''
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Latest revision as of 07:57, 19 October 2019

This article is about the characters from the Nintendo DS games. For other uses, see Pokémon Ranger.

Ranger Solana and her partner Pokémon in the anime

A Pokémon Ranger (Japanese: ポケモンレンジャー Pokémon Ranger) is a class of character featured in the Nintendo DS games Pokémon Ranger, Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia and Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs.

They are not Pokémon Trainers, as their goals and methods for interacting with Pokémon are very different. They harness the power of certain Pokémon and utilize them to help defend nature.

In the games

Pokémon Rangers begin as Student Rangers (Japanese: がくせいレンジャー Student Ranger), and after graduation, they become Area Rangers (Japanese: エリアレンジャー Area Ranger). Pokémon Rangers known as Area Rangers primarily operate out of Ranger Unions in Fiore, Almia and Oblivia where nature is held in higher regard than in other regions. However, a rare promotion can be gained where they become Top Ranger, earning many new privileges. Pokémon Rangers use Capture Stylers to calm and control wild Pokémon to help them solve ecological problems, defeat criminals using Pokémon to commit crimes, and arrest Pokémon poachers, acting as a sort of cross between a police officer and park ranger.

Pokémon Rangers usually have only one Pokémon - known as their "Partner", that is with them at all times, and has been trained to a high level. Pokémon Rangers do not usually send Pokémon to battle each other directly, but generally use the Pokémon with them to power up the energies and extra settings on their Capture Stylers or to distract wild or enemy Pokémon with attacks that are not directly offensive. These powers are known as Poké Assist and are activated by having the Pokémon Ranger absorb a wild Pokémon's power into their Capture Styler, where upon their Styler gains extra abilities depending on the Pokémon's Type.

In the anime

Solana, Kellyn, Ben, and Jack Walker are Pokémon Rangers that have appeared in the anime.

Many episodes have featured other Rangers. They generally keep an eye on an area and look after the Pokémon there. Some of these areas are restricted and have to be protected from poachers. As these rangers train Pokémon normally, though, they may have more to do with the Trainer class than the Fiore and Almia Rangers.

Solana, the female protagonist from Pokémon Ranger, first appears in The Green Guardian. She helps Ash and his friends rescue an injured Celebi which had blocked the Cycling Road with its protective vines. She later reappears in Pokémon Ranger - Deoxys Crisis! Parts One and Two, where she is involved in the incident with Deoxys, and again together with Kellyn in Pokémon Ranger and the Kidnapped Riolu! Parts One and Two.

Ben, the male protagonist from Guardian Signs, made appearances in the anime in Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs and Pokémon Ranger! Heatran Rescue Mission!!.

Jack Walker is the central character of Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea.

In the manga

Pokémon Rangers appear in Pokémon Ranger the Comic: Double Mission manga, which is based on the W-Mission of Pokémon Ranger. The main characters of the game, Lunick and Solana, are the protagonists here as well.

Another comic, Darkrai Mission Story: Pokémon Ranger Vatonage - the Comic features characters from Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia.

Pokémon Rangers also feature in:

Notable Rangers

See also: List of Pokémon Rangers

Trivia

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 寵物小精靈保育家 Chúngmaht Síujīnglìhng Bóuyuhkgā
Mandarin 神奇寶貝保育家 Shénqí Bǎobèi Bǎoyùjiā *
宝可梦保育家 Pokémon Bǎoyùjiā *
Denmark Flag.png Danish Pokémon Ranger
The Netherlands Flag.png Dutch Pokémon Ranger
Finland Flag.png Finnish Pokémon Ranger
France Flag.png French Pokémon Ranger
Germany Flag.png German Pokémon Ranger
India Flag.png Hindi पोकेमॉन रेंजर Pokémon Ranger
Italy Flag.png Italian Pokémon Ranger
South Korea Flag.png Korean 포켓몬레인저 Pokémon Ranger
Norway Flag.png Norwegian Pokémon Ranger
Poland Flag.png Polish Pokémon Ranger
Portuguese Brazil Flag.png Brazil Pokémon Ranger
Guarda Pokémon*
Portugal Flag.png Portugal Pokemon Ranger
Russia Flag.png Russian Рейнджер Покемонов Reyndzher Pokémonov
Покемон Рейнджер Pokémon Reyndzher
Покерейнджер Pokéreyndzher*
Spain Flag.png Spanish Pokémon Ranger
Sweden Flag.png Swedish Pokémonskogvaktare
Thailand Flag.png Thai โปเกมอนเรนเจอร์ Pokémon Ranger
Vietnam Flag.png Vietnamese Vệ binh Pokémon

Student Ranger

Language Title
France Flag.png French Apprentis Ranger
Germany Flag.png German Ranger-Schülern
Italy Flag.png Italian Allievi Ranger
Spain Flag.png Spanish Alumno Ranger

Area Ranger

Language Title
France Flag.png French Ranger Secteur
Germany Flag.png German Bezirks-Ranger
Italy Flag.png Italian Ranger di zona
Spain Flag.png Spanish Ranger local

Pokémon Ranger
Main RangerTop RangerOperatorMechanic
Partner PokémonPoké AssistField MoveRanger Sign
Ranger RankMissionQuestRanger 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

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