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The following is a list of Rescue Team ranks in the first [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team|Pokémon Mystery Dungeon]] games.
'''Ranking''' is a system used in some of the Pokémon games to create a hierarchy of achievement.
 
   
==[[Version|Main series]]==
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==Ranks==
[[Pokémon Contest]]s use a ranking system. A Pokémon must win a contest in each rank to progress in their category. In {{game|Ruby and Sapphire|s}}, contests of each rank were spread around [[Hoenn]]. However, in {{game|Emerald}}, they all take place in [[Lilycove City]] and in [[Sinnoh]] they all take place in [[Hearthome City]]. Noticeably, while winning each category at the Master rank is required for a star on the {{ga|Trainer card}} in Hoenn, only one Master rank win is needed in the Sinnoh Super Contests.
 
   
===Hoenn Contests===
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*Hyper
 
*Master
 
 
===Sinnoh Super Contests===
 
*Normal
 
*Great
 
*Ultra
 
*Master
 
 
==Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series==
 
===Pokémon Mystery Dungeon===
 
{{main|Rescue Team ranks (Mystery Dungeon)}}
 
 
===Pokémon Mystery Dungeon 2===
 
{{main|Exploration Team ranks (Mystery Dungeon 2)}}
 
 
==Pokémon Ranger series==
 
===Pokémon Ranger===
 
In {{ga|Pokémon Ranger}}, all Rangers have a rank that shows their progression in their career, known as ''Ranger Rank''. They begin at Rank 1 and are promoted through good work. In practice, this is awarded after completing each numbered mission. By gaining higher ranks, features of the [[Capture Styler]] are unlocked. At the start, only {{t|Grass}}, {{t|Fire}}, {{t|Water}} and {{t|Electric}} Poké Assists can be used, only four friend Pokémon can be obtained at a time and the Partner Gauge for {{p|Plusle}} and {{p|Minun}}'s Discharge is at 1. Increasing rank allows for different Poké Assists, more friend Pokémon to be on standby at a time and the Partner Gauge to be extended.
 
 
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! Rank
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| <big>'''Rank name'''</big>
! New abilities
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| <big>'''Points needed'''</big>
 
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| 1
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| Normal Rank
| (Start)
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| Starting Rank
 
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| 2
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| Bronze Rank
| {{t|Fighting}} Poké Assist
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| 50
 
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| 3
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| Silver Rank
| {{t|Poison}}/{{t|Psychic}} Poké Assists, Partner Gauge 2
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| 500
 
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| 4
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| Gold Rank
| {{t|Bug}}/{{t|Ground}} Poké Assists, max 5 friend Pokémon
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| 1500
 
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| 5
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| Platinum Rank
| {{t|Rock}} Poké Assist, Partner Gauge 3
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| 3000
 
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| 6
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| Diamond Rank
| {{t|Flying}} Poké Assist
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| 7500
 
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| 7
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| {{p|Lucario}} Rank
| {{t|Dark}}/{{t|Ghost}} Poké Assists, Partner Gauge 4, max 6 friend Pokémon
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| 15000
 
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| 8
 
| {{t|Ice}} Poké Assist
 
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| 9
 
| Partner Gauge 5
 
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| 10
 
| max 7 friend Pokémon
 
 
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The ability to use the {{p|Dragonite}} Bus is awarded separate of rank but occurs after reaching rank 7 in the game sequence. After gaining much experience, Rangers that show particularly strong abilities can earn the right to take friend Pokémon away from their natural habitats, which happens after the credits in the game.
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The amount of rescue points gained from completing a mission depend on the difficulty rating, which in turn depends on several factors, including the type of mission and dungeon in which the mission is to take place. The following is a list of mission difficulties and the points earned from completing a mission of that difficulty:
 
===Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia===
 
 
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! Difficulty
! New abilities
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| D
| 1
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| C
| Bug Poké Assist
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| B
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| A
| 2
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| S
| Fire/Fighting Poké Assists
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| 3
 
| Ground/Steel Poké Assists<br>Max 4 friend Pokémon
 
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| 4
 
| Poison/Ghost/Psychic/Dark Poké Assists<br>Availability of Doduo
 
 
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! Points gained
 
| 5
 
| 5
| Ice/Dragon Poké Assists<br>Max 5 friend Pokémon
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| 10-20
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| 40-60
| 6
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| 80-100
| Power Charge can be readied in a shorter time
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| 150-200
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| 300-400
| 7
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| 700-1500
| Max 6 friend Pokémon
 
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| 8
 
| Power Charge is boosted with another level
 
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| 9
 
| Max 7 friend Pokémon
 
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| 10
 
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==See Also==
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*[[Exploration Team ranks (Mystery Dungeon 2)]]
{{Pokémon Ranger}}
 
   
   
{{Stub|Game}}
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{{Project Sidegames notice}}
[[Category:Game mechanics]]
 
 
[[Category:Pokémon Mystery Dungeon]]
 
[[Category:Pokémon Mystery Dungeon]]
[[Category:Pokémon Ranger]]
 

Revision as of 19:18, 25 April 2011

The following is a list of Rescue Team ranks in the first Pokémon Mystery Dungeon games.

Ranks

Rank
Rank name Points needed
Normal Rank Starting Rank
Bronze Rank 50
Silver Rank 500
Gold Rank 1500
Platinum Rank 3000
Diamond Rank 7500
Lucario Rank 15000

The amount of rescue points gained from completing a mission depend on the difficulty rating, which in turn depends on several factors, including the type of mission and dungeon in which the mission is to take place. The following is a list of mission difficulties and the points earned from completing a mission of that difficulty:

Difficulty E D C B A S *
Points gained 5 10-20 40-60 80-100 150-200 300-400 700-1500

See Also


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