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ジョウ Joe
Ranger Joel.png
Art from Pokémon Ranger
Gender Male
Hometown Unknown
Region Fiore
Generation III
Games Pokémon Ranger

Joel (Japanese: ジョウ Joe) is the leader of the Fall City Ranger base.

In the games

He and Spenser were once fierce rivals when they and Cameron worked together on the same team, but they now share a close bond, although they still argue a lot, as stated by Elita. His partner is his Dodrio, that he uses to speed across Fiore.

Joel holds the initial high score of the Grassland Capture Challenge.




In the manga

Joel in Pokémon Ranger the Comic: Double Mission

Pokémon Ranger the Comic: Double Mission

Joel, along with Spenser and Elita, are first seen preparing to finish a then-unknown mission. Later, it was revealed that their mission was to capture a Deoxys, but they failed and were defeated. Later, they are hospitalized and Professor Hastings sends Lunick and Solana to finish their mission.

Later, an injured Joel, along with Spenser and Elita, arrive at the Ring Town Ranger Base, although it took all of their energy to do so. While Lunick battles the Go-Rock Quads, Joel uses data from their battle with Deoxys to inform Solana about how to capture Deoxys.

Later, Lunick and Solana return from their mission successful in freeing Deoxys from the Quads' control and taking the Manaphy Egg back from them. Due to Fiore not having Trainers, everyone decides to send the Manaphy Egg to the Sinnoh Region to find a proper Trainer to take care of it.


Joel's Dodrio
Dodrio is Joel's Partner Pokémon. Dodrio was first seen with Joel preparing to fight Deoxys but was defeated.

None of Dodrio's moves are known.

Debut Pokémon Ranger the Comic: Double Mission Episode One


Language Name Origin
Japanese ジョウ Joe From 定規座 Jōgi-za, Norma constellation
English, German Joel Similar to his Japanese name
French Lucas From lux-lucis, the Latin root word for light
Italian Savino From Sabino, of the Sabines. Refers to Saint Sabina.
Spanish Julio Similar to his English name
Chinese (Mandarin) Zhàng From the Japanese name 丈

Non-player characters in the Pokémon Ranger series
Fiore LunickSolanaSpenserJoelCameronElitaMurphAriaPercyChrisLind
LeilaniKeithFreddieProfessor HastingsLarryDrowsy GuyThe Go-Rock Squad
Almia BarlowCrawfordLuanaOllieElaineKeithRhythmiIsaacMelodyProfessor HastingsErmaWendySvenLinda
MurphPamurMrs. WinterPonteMs. AprilLamontMr. KaplanMs. ClaireJaniceMr. WoodwardMimiKyleOscar
WebsterBrookHenryLittle TimBig BerthaVatona and NageHerbertGo-Rock QuadsDrowsy GuyBrighton Hall
Team Dim SunTeam Debonairs
Oblivia BenSummerUkulele PichuBookerBurkhartRalphNickNemaNixieRandLeanneMurphProfessor HastingsSupurna
SteelheadTanvirKiraRavioEdwardArleyKasaHocusGo-Rock QuadsDrowsy GuyPokémon Pinchers

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