Ranger Mason

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Ranger Mason

Ranger Mason (Japanese: ムトウ Mutō) is a character of the day who appeared in Mother of All Battles.

Mason is in charge of protecting a Pokémon preserve on Mt. Silver. It's the same preserve where the Pokémon Poacher Brothers kidnapped Ash's Larvitar when it was just an Egg and severely wounded the Tyranitar that was Larvitar's mother.

Mason made it her mission to stop the poachers from hurting any more Pokémon. With the help of Ash and his friends, Mason was able to track down the poachers and capture them once and for all. Larvitar was then successfully reunited with its mother. Mason thanked Ash and his friends for taking care of Larvitar and helping her capture the brothers, and they continued their journey to the Silver Conference.

Ranger Mason is mentioned by Professor Elm in Tie One On!


On hand

Ranger Mason's Croconaw
Croconaw is Ranger Mason's only known Pokémon and helps her with her reserve. It first appeared with Mason when they turned up to find Ash and his friends being attacked by the Pokémon Poacher Brothers. Later Team Rocket appear and Pikachu uses Thunderbolt with Croconaw's Hydro Pump which sends Team Rocket blasting off but suddenly the poachers appear again and steal Pikachu and Croconaw. But in the end Pikachu and Crocanaw are free with the help of Larvitar and Tyranitar.

Croconaw's only known move is Hydro Pump.

Debut Mother of All Battles!


Ranger Mason's Tyranitar
Tyranitar is the mother of Larvitar and is protected by Ranger Mason from poachers. She first appeared in a dimension caused by an Unown where she was shown when Larvitar was an Egg. The Pokémon Poacher Brothers stole it from her and hurt her causing her to get a scar. She appears in person in the next episode where she mistakes Ash and his friends for poachers and attacks them, Ash and his friends try to show they are good until Larvitar finally finds out that Tyranitar is its mother and stays put. Tyranitar is later captured by the poachers.

The poachers used Team Rocket's balloon to dangle it from the sky and zap her with remote controls. Tyranitar is able to wiggle out and fire a Hyper Beam which destroys the balloon and is reunited with Larvitar. Larvitar uses Hidden Power and she uses Hyper Beam to send the poachers blasting off. In the end, Ash decides to leave Larvitar with its mother.

Tyranitar and Larvitar also make a brief appearance in Spurt!.

Tyranitar's only known move is Hyper Beam.

Debut Address Unown!
Ash's Larvitar
Main article: Ash's Larvitar

It was Ash's job to return this Larvitar to its mother, a Tyranitar, after it was separated from Pokémon Poachers when it was in an Egg. Larvitar was very shy at first but it was able to overcome the shyness. It was finally reunited with Tyranitar after Tyranitar destroyed Team Rocket's balloon.

Larvitar and Tyranitar also make a brief appearance in Spurt!.

Debut Lapras of Luxury
Voice actors
Japanese Miyako Itō
English Tara Jayne

Voice actresses

Language Voice actor
Japanese 雪乃五月 Satsuki Yukino
English Tara Jayne
Brazilian Portuguese Angélica Santos
European Spanish Sandra Jara

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