"Pokemon Ranger" for Nintendo DS FAQ/Walkthrough
By Mykas0
version 1.3
26-11-2006

BE SURE TO READ THIS FIRST PART! You can read this faq as long as you
don't change ANY part of it (including this small introduction). Also,
you can print it but only for use at your home, you may NEVER sell 
this stuff or else you will make me really mad and maybe I won't work
anymore! Finally, if you want to use this faq on your site you have to
mail me and ask me for it, I will almost surely grant it to you!


While I may not be a very huge fan of the Pokemon series (in fact, I
hardly know their names, after the first 151), I had some free time and I
decided to write this guide. It may not be the best one around, but it
will surely help players with this game. Also, I wanted to give a huge
thanks to guys back at http://www.serebii.net , their website is great and
some of their information was used (with permission) to fully complete
this guide, and without their help this wouldn't have been possible. Also,
the entire website is a great resource for Pokemon information, so be sure
to pay them a visit, ok?
Also, I am currently accepting donations. In case you liked this guide and
you feel like contributing for my future work (even a $5 online gift 
certificate is just great!), please contact me to the mail stated at the
end of this guide.
Now, please continue reading and I hope you enjoy doing so as much as I
did writing it.



0~. Version History
    0.1~. Notes for the American Version
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1~. Controls
    1.1~. Menus
    1.2~. Initial Notes
    1.3~. Pokemon Type
    1.4~. Mini-games
2~. Walkthrough
    2.1~. Ring Town
    2.2~. Your first mission
    2.3~. Ring Town
    2.4~. Mission 1
    2.5~. Fall City
    2.6~. Mission 2
    2.7~. Fall City
    2.8~. Mission 3
    2.9~. Fall City
    2.10~. Summer Town
    2.11~. Mission 4
    2.12~. Summer Town
    2.13~. Fall City
    2.14~. Mission 5
    2.15~. Ring Town
    2.16~. Mission 6
    2.17~. Ring Town
    2.18~. Summer Town
    2.19~. New mission
    2.20~. Yet another mission
    2.21~. Summer Town
    2.22~. Fall City
    2.23~. Mission 7
    2.24~. Fall City
    2.25~. Summer Town
    2.26~. Another mission
    2.27~. Summer Town
    2.28~. Mission 8
    2.29~. Win Town
    2.30~. Mission 9
    2.31~. Win Town
    2.32~. Mission 10
3~. What now?
    3.1~. Fall City
    3.2~. Extra Mission 1
    3.3~. Fall City
    3.4~. Ring Town
    3.5~. Summer Town
    3.6~. Extra Mission 2
    3.7~. Summer Town
    3.8~. Win Town
    3.9~. Extra Mission 3
    3.10~. Win Town
    3.11~. Special Missions
        3.11.1~. Special Mission 1 (Deoxys)
        3.11.2~. Special Mission 2 (Celebi)
        3.11.3~. Special Mission 3 (Mew)
4~. Acquirable Pokemon and their moves
5~. Frequently Asked Questions
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ST~. Special Thanks
EN~. Contacts




0~. Version History

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But continuing, you should then enter the door and you'll see some more
panels.

   X X X X
   2 2 2 1  1 2 3 4

(Board the first panel, and then continue heading to the right BUT only
when the new panel turns off)

   X 4 3 2 1
   4 4 X X X  name of that pokemon
TYPE: the type of that particular pokemon
FIELD MOVE: the field move that this pokemon can use, if any
BATTLE MOVE: the battle move that this pokemon can use, if any
HOW TO GET HIM: whatever you need to do in order to capture this pokemon

Understood? This is mostly everything you need to know in order to fully
comprehend the list below. So, I hope you find it easy to do by now, as
you can actually find all the important information for getting all your
Pokemon in this section!

I have to state that when you read "as part of the storyline" in the
section of "HOW TO GET HIM", I am basically trying to tell you that you
will probably find him while normally playing across the story of this
game, at least I did it while writing this guide. In case you really can't
seem to find it AS PART OF THE STORY and you aren't following my guide,
contact me about such problem and I will try to fix it as soon as
possible.

As a final note, I have to state that the best time to try capturing all
these pokemon is after completing the main story. This way, you will be
able to travel wherever you want and each of the areas you find will be
filled with even more pokemon than before, including some new ones. Bear
this in mind while reading this entire guide, meaning that if you can't
seem to find a certain pokemon in a proper location, maybe he isn't there
*YET* !

Now, on to what probably you wanna read...


R-001 -> Bulbasaur
TYPE: Grass
FIELD MOVE: Cross
BATTLE MOVE: Grass
HOW TO GET HIM: in the forest, all down and slightly to the left before
                entering the tunnel, you will need to use "Cut".

R-002 -> Ivysaur
TYPE: Grass
FIELD MOVE: Cross
BATTLE MOVE: Grass
HOW TO GET HIM: in the forest.

R-003 -> Venosaur
TYPE: Grass
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Grass
HOW TO GET HIM: in the forest, on mission 6 or later, you will need to use
                "Cut" on a bush, just before the labyrinthic area.

R-004 -> Bellsprout
TYPE: Grass
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Grass
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR in the forest.

R-005 -> Weepinbell
TYPE: Grass
FIELD MOVE: none 
BATTLE MOVE: Poison
HOW TO GET HIM: in the forest, as soon as mission 6.

R-006 -> Victreebel
TYPE: Grass
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Poison
HOW TO GET HIM: in the forest.

R-007 -> Chikorita
TYPE: Grass
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Grass
HOW TO GET HIM: you can even easily find it in the first forest.

R-008 -> Bayleef
TYPE: Grass
FIELD MOVE: Cut x2
BATTLE MOVE: Grass
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline.

R-009 -> Meganium
TYPE: Grass
FIELD MOVE: Break x3
BATTLE MOVE: Grass
HOW TO GET HIM: in the jungle.

R-010 -> Hoppip
TYPE: Grass
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Grass
HOW TO GET HIM: in the forest, as soon as mission 6.

R-011 -> Mudkip
TYPE: Water
FIELD MOVE: Water
BATTLE MOVE: Water
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR in the forest.

R-012 -> Marshtomp
TYPE: Ground
FIELD MOVE: Water x2 
BATTLE MOVE: Water
HOW TO GET HIM: in the forest, on your mission number 6 or later.

R-013 -> Swampert
TYPE: Ground
FIELD MOVE: Water x3
BATTLE MOVE: Water
HOW TO GET HIM: at Team GoGo's base OR in the forest.

R-014 -> Slowpoke
TYPE: Water
FIELD MOVE: Water
BATTLE MOVE: Water
HOW TO GET HIM: in the Ring Town mini-game, but he will only appear after
                you capturing 2 Abra.

R-015 -> Torchic
TYPE: Fire
FIELD MOVE: Burn
BATTLE MOVE: Fire
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR in the forest.

R-016 -> Combusken
TYPE: Fire
FIELD MOVE: Burn x2
BATTLE MOVE: Fire
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline.

R-017 -> Blaziken
TYPE: Fire
FIELD MOVE: Burn x3
BATTLE MOVE: Fire
HOW TO GET HIM: at Team GoGo's base OR in the road from the tunnel to Fall
                City.

R-018 -> Rapidash
TYPE: Fire
FIELD MOVE: Burn x3
BATTLE MOVE: Fire
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR in the Ring Town mini-game,
                where he will only appear after you capturing 2 Spoink.

R-019 -> Cyndaquil
TYPE: Fire
FIELD MOVE: Burn
BATTLE MOVE: Fire
HOW TO GET HIM: in the forest, in mission 6 or later.

R-020 -> Quilava
TYPE: Fire
FIELD MOVE: Burn x2
BATTLE MOVE: Fire
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR at the Mountain Range.

R-021 -> Typhlosion
TYPE: Fire
FIELD MOVE: Burn x3
BATTLE MOVE: Fire
HOW TO GET HIM: in the forest, you have to use "Cut" in one of the bushes.

R-022 -> Pichu
TYPE: Electric
FIELD MOVE: Charge
BATTLE MOVE: Electric
HOW TO GET HIM: in several places. However, he is easily found in the
                forest, as soon as mission number 1.

R-023 -> Pikachu
TYPE: Electric
FIELD MOVE: Charge x2
BATTLE MOVE: Electric
HOW TO GET HIM: in lots of places, but you can first see one in mission
                number 6.

R-024 -> Raichu
TYPE: Electric
FIELD MOVE: Charge x3
BATTLE MOVE: Electric
HOW TO GET HIM: in lots of places, but you can first see on in mission
                number 8.

R-025 -> Beedrill
TYPE: Bug
FIELD MOVE: Break
BATTLE MOVE: Poison
HOW TO GET HIM: in the forest, as soon as mission 6.

R-026 -> Ralts
TYPE: Psychic
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Psychic
HOW TO GET HIM: at the Mountain Range OR at Team GoGo base.

R-027 -> Kirlia
TYPE: Psychic
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Psychic
HOW TO GET HIM: in the tunnel (you will need to use a Graveler), OR on
                mission number 5 (or later) OR in the plain capture
                mini-game OR at the Mountain Range.

R-028 -> Gardevoir
TYPE: Psychic
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Psychic
HOW TO GET HIM: during Extra Mission 3 OR at the Mountain Range OR in the
                Ring Town mini-game, where she will only appear after you
                capturing 2 Kirlia.

R-029 -> Abra
TYPE: Psychic
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Psychic
HOW TO GET HIM: in the Ring Town mini-game.

R-030 -> Spoink
TYPE: Psychic
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Psychic
HOW TO GET HIM: in the Ring Town mini-game.

R-031 -> Nincada
TYPE: Ground
FIELD MOVE: Cut
BATTLE MOVE: Bug
HOW TO GET HIM: in the forest.

R-032 -> Ninjask
TYPE: Bug
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Flying
HOW TO GET HIM: in the forest, use "Tackle" on certain trees.

R-033 -> Shedinja
TYPE: Bug
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Ghost
HOW TO GET HIM: in the forest.

R-034 -> Phanpy
TYPE: Ground
FIELD MOVE: Tackle
BATTLE MOVE: Ground
HOW TO GET HIM: in the jungle OR in the forest.

R-035 -> Donphan
TYPE: Ground
FIELD MOVE: Tackle x2
BATTLE MOVE: Ground
HOW TO GET HIM: at the temple.

R-036 -> Taillow
TYPE: Flying
FIELD MOVE: Gust
BATTLE MOVE: Flying
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR in the forest.

R-037 -> Swellow
TYPE: Flying
FIELD MOVE: Gust x2
BATTLE MOVE: Flying
HOW TO GET HIM: forest, after mission 6.

R-038 -> Dragonite
TYPE: Flying
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Flying
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline.

R-039 -> Spearow
TYPE: Flying
FIELD MOVE: Gust
BATTLE MOVE: Flying
HOW TO GET HIM: in the Ring Town mini-game.

R-040 -> Fearow
TYPE: Flying
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Flying
HOW TO GET HIM: in the Ring Town mini-game, but it will only appear after
                you getting more than 50000 points in the Fall City
                mini-game.

R-041 -> Doduo
TYPE: Flying
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Flying
HOW TO GET HIM: in the Ring Town mini-game, but he will only appear after
                you capturing 2 Gardevoir.

R-042 -> Dodrio
TYPE: Flying
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Flying
HOW TO GET HIM: in the Ring Town mini-game, but he will only appear if you
                previously scored more than 5000 points in this same
                mini-game.

R-043 -> Scyther
TYPE: Bug
FIELD MOVE: Cut x3
BATTLE MOVE: Flying
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR in the forest.

R-044 -> Scizor
TYPE: Steel
FIELD MOVE: Cut x3 
BATTLE MOVE: Bug
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR in the forest.

R-045 -> Skarmory
TYPE: Steel
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Flying
HOW TO GET HIM: in the Ring Town mini-game, but he will only appear if you
                previously scored more than 5000 points in the Summer Town
                mini-game.

R-046 -> Murkrow
TYPE: Dark
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Dark
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR in the forest, by using
                "Tackle" in the tree where you previously saw him.

R-047 -> Zigzagoon
TYPE: Normal
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: none
HOW TO GET HIM: in several places. However, he is easily found in your
                first mission.

R-048 -> Linoone
TYPE: Normal
FIELD MOVE: Tackle x2
BATTLE MOVE: none
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR in the forest.

R-049 -> Tauros
TYPE: Normal
FIELD MOVE: Tackle x3
BATTLE MOVE: none
HOW TO GET HIM: in the Ring Town mini-game.

R-050 -> Paras
TYPE: Bug
FIELD MOVE: Cut
BATTLE MOVE: Grass
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR in the tunnel.

R-051 -> Parasect
TYPE: Bug
FIELD MOVE: Cut
BATTLE MOVE: Grass
HOW TO GET HIM: in the tunnel, you will be needing a "Gust x2" ability.

R-052 -> Poliwag
TYPE: Water
FIELD MOVE: Water
BATTLE MOVE: Water
HOW TO GET HIM: in the tunnel.

R-053 -> Poliwhirl
TYPE: Water
FIELD MOVE: Water x2
BATTLE MOVE: Water
HOW TO GET HIM: in the tunnel (on mission 5 or later) and in many other
                places.

R-054 -> Poliwrath
TYPE: Water
FIELD MOVE: Water x3 
BATTLE MOVE: Water
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR in the pyramid.

R-055 -> Politoed
TYPE: Water
FIELD MOVE: Water x3
BATTLE MOVE: Water
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline.

R-056 -> Magnemite
TYPE: Electric
FIELD MOVE: Charge
BATTLE MOVE: Electric
HOW TO GET HIM: in really lots and lots of places.

R-057 -> Magneton
TYPE: Electric
FIELD MOVE: Charge x2
BATTLE MOVE: Electric
HOW TO GET HIM: in several places, but one of them is by using a Meditite
                to throw a wall down, on the Fall City sewers.

R-058 -> Zubat
TYPE: Poison
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Poison
HOW TO GET HIM: in the tunnel, on mission 5 or later.

R-059 -> Golbat
TYPE: Poison
FIELD MOVE: Gust x2
BATTLE MOVE: Poison
HOW TO GET HIM: at the cave.

R-060 -> Crobat
TYPE: Poison
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Poison
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR in the cave.

R-061 -> Diglett
TYPE: Ground
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Ground
HOW TO GET HIM: in the tunnel, on mission 5 or later.

R-062 -> Dugtrio
TYPE: Ground
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Ground
HOW TO GET HIM: in the tunnel, you need to use "Cross" on the lower left
                corner of the area filled with Zubat. Then, use "Break x3"
                in the next room and you will find this pokemon in there.

R-063 -> Rhydon
TYPE: Ground
FIELD MOVE: Break x3
BATTLE MOVE: Ground
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR in the pyramid.

R-064 -> Geodude
TYPE: Ground
FIELD MOVE: Break
BATTLE MOVE: Rock
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR in the tunnel.

R-065 -> Graveler
TYPE: Ground
FIELD MOVE: Break x2
BATTLE MOVE: Rock
HOW TO GET HIM: in the tunnel (on mission 5 or later) and in many other
                places.

R-066 -> Golem
TYPE: Ground
FIELD MOVE: Break x3
BATTLE MOVE: Rock
HOW TO GET HIM: at the cave oR in the temple.

R-067 -> Plusle
TYPE: Electric
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Paralyze
HOW TO GET HIM: initially select the girl as your character, or complete
                the game once with the boy.

R-068 -> Minun
TYPE: Electric 
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Paralyze
HOW TO GET HIM: initially select the boy as your character, or complete
                the game once with the girl.

R-069 -> Tangela
TYPE: Grass
FIELD MOVE: Cross 
BATTLE MOVE: Grass
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR in the Mountain Range.

R-070 -> Krabby
TYPE: Water
FIELD MOVE: Water 
BATTLE MOVE: Water
HOW TO GET HIM: in Fall City.

R-071 -> Corpish
TYPE: Water
FIELD MOVE: Water 
BATTLE MOVE: Water
HOW TO GET HIM: on the Fall City sewers.

R-072 -> Crawdaunt
TYPE: Dark
FIELD MOVE: Cut x3
BATTLE MOVE: Water
HOW TO GET HIM: Fall City sewers, you will need to have a Raticate with
                you and simply break the fence which is placed before the
                tube with many different exits. You can also get it as
                part of the storyline.

R-073 -> Totodile
TYPE: Water
FIELD MOVE: Water 
BATTLE MOVE: Water
HOW TO GET HIM: on the Fall City sewers.

R-074 -> Croconaw
TYPE: Water
FIELD MOVE: Water x2 
BATTLE MOVE: Water
HOW TO GET HIM: on the Fall City sewers.

R-075 -> Feraligatr
TYPE: Water
FIELD MOVE: Break x3 
BATTLE MOVE: Water
HOW TO GET HIM: on the Fall City sewers, you need to use "Cross" and then
                "Fire x2" in the room after the one which contains the
                Koffing.

R-076 -> Squirtle
TYPE: Water
FIELD MOVE: Water
BATTLE MOVE: Water
HOW TO GET HIM: on the Fall City sewers, you need to use "Cross" in the
                room after the one which contains the Koffing.

R-077 -> Wartortle
TYPE: Water
FIELD MOVE: Water x2
BATTLE MOVE: Water
HOW TO GET HIM: forest, on mission 6 or later, you need to use "Break" in
                order to remove a huge stone which is near the river.

R-078 -> Blastoise
TYPE: Water
FIELD MOVE: Water x3
BATTLE MOVE: Water
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR on Fall City, where you
                previously a Staryu.

R-079 -> Voltorb
TYPE: Electric
FIELD MOVE: Charge
BATTLE MOVE: Electric
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR near the factory.

R-080 -> Machop
TYPE: Fighting
FIELD MOVE: Break
BATTLE MOVE: Fighting
HOW TO GET HIM: in the tunnel, on mission 5 or later.

R-081 -> Machoke
TYPE: Fighting
FIELD MOVE: Break x2 
BATTLE MOVE: Fighting
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR in the factory.

R-082 -> Machamp
TYPE: Fighting
FIELD MOVE: Break x3
BATTLE MOVE: Fighting
HOW TO GET HIM: at Team GoGo's base.

R-083 -> Makuhita
TYPE: Fighting
FIELD MOVE: Tackle x2
BATTLE MOVE: Fighting
HOW TO GET HIM: in Fall City.

R-084 -> Hariyama
TYPE: Fighting
FIELD MOVE: Break x3
BATTLE MOVE: Fighting
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR in the tunnel.

R-085 -> Meditite
TYPE: Psychic
FIELD MOVE: Break
BATTLE MOVE: Fighting
HOW TO GET HIM: in the Fall City sewers.

R-086 -> Medicham
TYPE: Psychic
FIELD MOVE: Break x2
BATTLE MOVE: Fighting
HOW TO GET HIM: at the cave.

R-087 -> Grimer
TYPE: Poison
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Poison
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline.

R-088 -> Muk
TYPE: Poison
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Poison
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline.

R-089 -> Koffing
TYPE: Poison
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Poison
HOW TO GET HIM: in the Fall City sewers.

R-090 -> Drowzee
TYPE: Psychic
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Psychic
HOW TO GET HIM: in the Fall City sewers.

R-091 -> Hypno
TYPE: Psychic
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Psychic
HOW TO GET HIM: at the factory.

R-092 -> Mr. Mime
TYPE: Psychic
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Psychic
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline.

R-093 -> Pinsir
TYPE: Bug
FIELD MOVE: Cut x2
BATTLE MOVE: Bug
HOW TO GET HIM: at the factory.

R-094 -> Gastly
TYPE: Ghost
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Ghost
HOW TO GET HIM: at the factory.

R-095 -> Haunter
TYPE: Ghost
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Ghost
HOW TO GET HIM: at the factory.

R-096 -> Gengar
TYPE: Ghost
FIELD MOVE: none 
BATTLE MOVE: Ghost
HOW TO GET HIM: at the temple.

R-097 -> Snubull
TYPE: Normal
FIELD MOVE: Tackle
BATTLE MOVE: none
HOW TO GET HIM: on Fall City.

R-098 -> Skitty
TYPE: Normal
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: none
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR on Fall City.

R-099 -> Meowth
TYPE: Normal
FIELD MOVE: Cut 
BATTLE MOVE: none
HOW TO GET HIM: on Fall City.

R-100 -> Jigglypuff
TYPE: Normal
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: none
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR on Fall City.

R-101 -> Rattata
TYPE: normal
FIELD MOVE: Tackle
BATTLE MOVE: none
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR on Fall City sewers.

R-102 -> Raticate
TYPE: Normal
FIELD MOVE: Cut x2
BATTLE MOVE: none
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR on Fall City sewers.

R-103 -> Porygon
TYPE: Normal
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: none
HOW TO GET HIM: at the factory, during the night, but he seems to be
                usually hidden (as invisible).

R-104 -> Kecleon
TYPE: Normal
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: none
HOW TO GET HIM: before entering the factory, destroy the trash on the
                left side using a "Burn x2" ability. He will be there, but
                be careful as he is invisible when he isn't attacking.
                Also, you may find him as part of the Ring Town mini-game.

R-105 -> Snorlax
TYPE: Normal
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: none
HOW TO GET HIM: in the Mountain Range, in a cave near where you fought the
                Charizard. He will only wake up (and be capturable) after
                capturing all other 209 pokemon.

R-106 -> Lapras
TYPE: Ice
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Water
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline.

R-107 -> Horsea
TYPE: Water
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Water
HOW TO GET HIM: in the Summer City mini-game.

R-108 -> Seadra
TYPE: Water
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Water
HOW TO GET HIM: in the Summer City mini-game.

R-109 -> Kingdra
TYPE: Water
FIELD MOVE: Water x3
BATTLE MOVE: Water
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR in the Summer City mini-game,
                after you capturing 2 Horsea.

R-110 -> Goldeen
TYPE: Water
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Water
HOW TO GET HIM: in the Summer City mini-game.

R-111 -> Seaking
TYPE: Water
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Water
HOW TO GET HIM: in the Summer City mini-game, appearing only after you've
                captured 2 Goldeen.

R-112 -> Staryu
TYPE: Water
FIELD MOVE: Flash
BATTLE MOVE: Water
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR in the Summer City mini-game.

R-113 -> Starmie
TYPE: Water
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Psychic
HOW TO GET HIM: in the Summer City mini-game, only after you've captured
                2 Staryu.

R-114 -> Remoraid
TYPE: Water
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Water
HOW TO GET HIM: in the Summer City mini-game.

R-115 -> Octillery
TYPE: Water
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Water
HOW TO GET HIM: in the Summer City mini-game.

R-116 -> Mantine
TYPE: Water
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Water
HOW TO GET HIM: in the Summer City mini-game, but only appears after
                you've captured 2 Remoraid and 2 Octillery.

R-117 -> Carvanha
TYPE: Water
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Water
HOW TO GET HIM: during Extra Mission 1 OR in the Summer City mini-game.

R-118 -> Sharpedo
TYPE: Water
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Dark
HOW TO GET HIM: in the Summer City mini-game, only after you've captured
                2 Carvanha.

R-119 -> Wailmer
TYPE: Water
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Water
HOW TO GET HIM: in the Summer City mini-game, but only after you've
                managed to capture 2 Seaking.

R-120 -> Luvdisc
TYPE: Water
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Water
HOW TO GET HIM: in the Summer City mini-game.

R-121 -> Psyduck
TYPE: Water
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Water
HOW TO GET HIM: in the Summer City mini-game, but only after you captured
                2 Starmie.

R-122 -> Wingull
TYPE: Water
FIELD MOVE: none 
BATTLE MOVE: Water
HOW TO GET HIM: on Fall City.

R-123 -> Pelipper
TYPE: Water
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Water
HOW TO GET HIM: in the Summer City mini-game, but it will only appear
                after you've previously beaten this game's top score of
                5000 points.

R-124 -> Magikarp
TYPE: Water
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Water
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR in the Summer City mini-game
                OR in the Mountain Range.

R-125 -> Gyarados
TYPE: Water
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Water
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline.

R-126 -> Oddish
TYPE: Grass
FIELD MOVE: Cut 
BATTLE MOVE: Grass
HOW TO GET HIM: by using a Meditite to throw a wall down, on the Fall City
                sewers OR in the jungle, requiring a "Gust" ability.

R-127 -> Gloom
TYPE: Grass
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Grass
HOW TO GET HIM: in the jungle, requires someone with a "Gust x2" skill.

R-128 -> Vileplume
TYPE: Grass
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Grass
HOW TO GET HIM: in the Mountain Range, you need someone with a "Gust x3"
                skill.

R-129 -> Treecko
TYPE: Grass
FIELD MOVE: Cut 
BATTLE MOVE: Grass
HOW TO GET HIM: in the jungle.

R-130 -> Grovyle
TYPE: Grass
FIELD MOVE: Cut x2 
BATTLE MOVE: Grass
HOW TO GET HIM: there are some different places to get it, but in the
                jungle you can do it by using "Water" on a small plant,
                near the place where you can throw a tree down.

R-131 -> Sceptile
TYPE: Grass
FIELD MOVE: Cut x3 
BATTLE MOVE: Grass
HOW TO GET HIM: on the Pyramid, after it becomes full of fire. You need to
                use a "Break x2" to remove the huge rock, exactly all to
                the right of your initial position.

R-132 -> Lotad
TYPE: Water
FIELD MOVE: Water
BATTLE MOVE: Water
HOW TO GET HIM: jungle, and while you could usually need to lift him from
                the water, they seem to randomly get out of it

R-133 -> Lombre
TYPE: Water
FIELD MOVE: Water x2
BATTLE MOVE: Water
HOW TO GET HIM: in the jungle, Where you can see a Grovyle, simply use
                someone in the bush nearby and you will be taken to a
                place where 2 of this pokemon can be seen.

R-134 -> Ludicolo
TYPE: Water
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Water
HOW TO GET HIM: on Fall City OR in the jungle.

R-135 -> Numel
TYPE: Fire
FIELD MOVE: Burn
BATTLE MOVE: Fire
HOW TO GET HIM: on the Pyramid, after it becomes full of fire.

R-136 -> Camerupt
TYPE: Fire
FIELD MOVE: Burn x3
BATTLE MOVE: Fire
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR on the Pyramid, after it
                becomes full of fire.

R-137 -> Magmar
TYPE: Fire
FIELD MOVE: Burn x2
BATTLE MOVE: Fire
HOW TO GET HIM: on the Pyramid, after it becomes full of fire.

R-138 -> Slugma
TYPE: Fire
FIELD MOVE: Burn
BATTLE MOVE: Fire
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR on the Pyramid, after it
                becomes full of fire.

R-139 -> Magcargo
TYPE: Fire
FIELD MOVE: Burn x2
BATTLE MOVE: Fire
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR on the Pyramid, after it
                becomes full of fire.

R-140 -> Charmander
TYPE: Fire
FIELD MOVE: Burn
BATTLE MOVE: Fire
HOW TO GET HIM: on the Pyramid, after it becomes full of fire.

R-141 -> Charmeleon
TYPE: Fire
FIELD MOVE: Burn x2
BATTLE MOVE: Fire
HOW TO GET HIM: during Extra Mission 2 OR on the Pyramid, after it
                becomes full of fire (which will require a "Water x3"
                ability).

R-142 -> Charizard
TYPE: Fire
FIELD MOVE: Burn x3
BATTLE MOVE: Fire
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline.

R-143 -> Torkoal
TYPE: Fire
FIELD MOVE: Burn x2
BATTLE MOVE: Fire
HOW TO GET HIM: at the cave. Use a "Burn x3" ability to destroy the huge
                block of ice inside a room and then continue following the
                path, going up the stairs.

R-144 -> Growlithe
TYPE: Fire
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Fire
HOW TO GET HIM: at the Factory.

R-145 -> Arcanine
TYPE: Fire
FIELD MOVE: Burn x3
BATTLE MOVE: Fire
HOW TO GET HIM: during Extra Mission 2 OR on the Pyramid, after it becomes
                full of fire.

R-146 -> Electrike
TYPE: Electric
FIELD MOVE: Charge
BATTLE MOVE: Electric
HOW TO GET HIM: in the jungle, besides many other places.

R-147 -> Manectric
TYPE: Electric
FIELD MOVE: Charge x2
BATTLE MOVE: Electric
HOW TO GET HIM: pyramid (after the fire appears), besides other places.

R-148 -> Heracross
TYPE: Bug
FIELD MOVE: Tackle x3 
BATTLE MOVE: Fighting
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR in the jungle.

R-149 -> Mankey
TYPE: Fighting
FIELD MOVE: Break
BATTLE MOVE: Fighting
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR in the jungle (requires
                "Tackle x3").

R-150 -> Primeape
TYPE: Fighting
FIELD MOVE: Break x2
BATTLE MOVE: Fighting
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR in the jungle (requires
                "Tackle x3").

R-151 -> Ekans
TYPE: Poison
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Poison
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR in the jungle, where they seem
                to randomly jump out of the bushes.

R-152 -> Arbok
TYPE: Poison
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Poison
HOW TO GET HIM: in the Mountain Range.

R-153 -> Venonat
TYPE: Bug
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Poison
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR in the jungle.

R-154 -> Wurmple
TYPE: Bug
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Bug
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR in the jungle.

R-155 -> Silcoon
TYPE: Bug
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Bug
HOW TO GET HIM: in the jungle.

R-156 -> Beautifly
TYPE: Bug
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Flying
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR in the jungle.

R-157 -> Spinarak
TYPE: Bug
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Bug
HOW TO GET HIM: jungle, besides some more places.

R-158 -> Ariados
TYPE: Bug
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Bug
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR in the jungle OR in the
                temple.

R-159 -> Flygon
TYPE: Dragon
FIELD MOVE: Gust x3
BATTLE MOVE: Ground
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline.

R-160 -> Gligar
TYPE: Ground
FIELD MOVE: Cut
BATTLE MOVE: Ground
HOW TO GET HIM: jungle OR at the Mountain Range.

R-161 -> Houndoom
TYPE: Dark
FIELD MOVE: Burn x2
BATTLE MOVE: Dark
HOW TO GET HIM: Pyramid, after it becomes full of fire.

R-162 -> Slakoth
TYPE: Normal
FIELD MOVE: Cut
BATTLE MOVE: none
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR in the jungle.

R-163 -> Vigoroth
TYPE: Normal
FIELD MOVE: Cut x2
BATTLE MOVE: none
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR in the jungle.

R-164 -> Slaking
TYPE: Normal
FIELD MOVE: Break x3
BATTLE MOVE: none
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR in the jungle.

R-165 -> Bagon
TYPE: Dragon
FIELD MOVE: Tackle
BATTLE MOVE: none
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline.

R-166 -> Shelgon
TYPE: Dragon
FIELD MOVE: Tackle x2
BATTLE MOVE: none
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline.

R-167 -> Salamence
TYPE: Dragon
FIELD MOVE: Break x3
BATTLE MOVE: Flying
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline.

R-168 -> Jynx
TYPE: Psychic
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Psychic
HOW TO GET HIM: at the cave.

R-169 -> Solrock
TYPE: Rock
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Psychic
HOW TO GET HIM: at the cave.

R-170 -> Wobbuffet
TYPE: Psychic
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Psychic
HOW TO GET HIM: at the cave, you will need to break a big rock near the
                area with water, using a "Break x2" pokemon.

R-171 -> Dusclops
TYPE: Ghost
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Ghost
HOW TO GET HIM: at the cave.

R-172 -> Swinub
TYPE: Ground
FIELD MOVE: Tackle
BATTLE MOVE: Ice
HOW TO GET HIM: at the cave.

R-173 -> Piloswine
TYPE: Ground
FIELD MOVE: Tackle x3
BATTLE MOVE: Ice
HOW TO GET HIM: at the cave  OR at the Mountain Range.

R-174 -> Snorunt
TYPE: Ice
FIELD MOVE: Break
BATTLE MOVE: Ice
HOW TO GET HIM: at the cave.

R-175 -> Glalie
TYPE: Ice
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Ice
HOW TO GET HIM: at the cave.

R-176 -> Whismur
TYPE: Normal
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: none
HOW TO GET HIM: at the cave.

R-177 -> Loudred
TYPE: Normal
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: none
HOW TO GET HIM: at the cave, by taking the rightmost exit on the water
                maze.

R-178 -> Exploud
TYPE: Normal
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: none
HOW TO GET HIM: at the cave.

R-179 -> Steelix
TYPE: Steel
FIELD MOVE: none 
BATTLE MOVE: Ground
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline.

R-180 -> Seedot
TYPE: Grass
FIELD MOVE: Tackle
BATTLE MOVE: Grass
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR in the Mountain Range.

R-181 -> Nuzleaf
TYPE: Dark
FIELD MOVE: Gust
BATTLE MOVE: Grass
HOW TO GET HIM: in the Mountain Range.

R-182 -> Shiftry
TYPE: Dark
FIELD MOVE: Gust x2
BATTLE MOVE: Grass
HOW TO GET HIM: in the Mountain Range. 

R-183 -> Vaporeon
TYPE: Water
FIELD MOVE: Water x2
BATTLE MOVE: Water
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR at the temple.

R-184 -> Flareon
TYPE: Fire
FIELD MOVE: Burn x2
BATTLE MOVE: Fire
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR at the temple.

R-185 -> Jolteon
TYPE: Electric
FIELD MOVE: Charge x3
BATTLE MOVE: Electric
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR at the temple.

R-186 -> Espeon
TYPE: Psychic
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Psychic
HOW TO GET HIM: at the temple.

R-187 -> Umbreon
TYPE: Dark
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Dark
HOW TO GET HIM: at the temple.

R-188 -> Electabuzz
TYPE: Electric
FIELD MOVE: Charge x3
BATTLE MOVE: Electric
HOW TO GET HIM: at Team GoGo's base.

R-189 -> Swalot
TYPE: Poison
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Poison
HOW TO GET HIM: at the temple.

R-190 -> Beldum
TYPE: Steel
FIELD MOVE: Tackle 
BATTLE MOVE: Psychic
HOW TO GET HIM: pyramid, after it becomes full of fire OR at Team GoGo's
                base.

R-191 -> Metang
TYPE: Steel
FIELD MOVE: Tackle x2
BATTLE MOVE: Psychic
HOW TO GET HIM: at Team GoGo's base.

R-192 -> Metagross
TYPE: Steel
FIELD MOVE: Break x3
BATTLE MOVE: Psychic
HOW TO GET HIM: at Team GoGo's base, after it blows up.

R-193 -> Larvitar
TYPE: Ground
FIELD MOVE: Cut
BATTLE MOVE: Rock
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR in the Mountain Range.

R-194 -> Pupitar
TYPE: Ground
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Rock
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR in the Mountain Range.

R-195 -> Tyranitar
TYPE: Rock
FIELD MOVE: Break x3
BATTLE MOVE: Dark
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR at Team GoGo's base.


R-196 -> Swablu
TYPE: Flying
FIELD MOVE: Gust
BATTLE MOVE: Flying
HOW TO GET HIM: in the Mountain Range.

R-197 -> Altaria
TYPE: Dragon
FIELD MOVE: Gust x3
BATTLE MOVE: Flying
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR in the Mountain Range.

R-198 -> Aerodactyl
TYPE: Rock
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Flying
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR at the temple.

R-199 -> Sneasel
TYPE: Dark
FIELD MOVE: Cut x2 
BATTLE MOVE: Dark
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline OR at the cave OR in the Mountain
                Range.


R-200 -> Absol
TYPE: Dark
FIELD MOVE: Cut x3
BATTLE MOVE: Dark
HOW TO GET HIM: at the cave. Use a "Burn x3" ability to destroy the huge
                block of ice inside a room and then continue following the
                path, taking the lower exit.

R-201 -> Kangashkan
TYPE: Normal
FIELD MOVE: Break x3
BATTLE MOVE: none
HOW TO GET HIM: on the first area, found by exiting Win Town by its upper
                entrance, next to the right side of the small lake. You
                will need a pokemon with a "Break x3" ability.

R-202 -> Entei
TYPE: Fire
FIELD MOVE: Burn x3
BATTLE MOVE: Fire
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline.

R-203 -> Raikou
TYPE: Electic
FIELD MOVE: Charge x3
BATTLE MOVE: Electric
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline.

R-204 -> Suicune
TYPE: Water
FIELD MOVE: Water x3
BATTLE MOVE: Water
HOW TO GET HIM: as part of the storyline.

R-205 -> Regirock
TYPE: Rock
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Rock
HOW TO GET HIM: Exactly before entering the temple, use "Break x3" on the
                rock on the right. Use "Water" on the small flower, go up
                and us "Break x3" on the other rock. Inside, use "Fire x3"
                on the ice block and continue going up and inside the huge
                door, where you will find this enemy.

R-206 -> Regice
TYPE: Ice
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Ice
HOW TO GET HIM: in the cave, use a "Fire x3" pokemon to remove the lower
                giant ice cube. Use a "Break x2" ability to remove the
                huge rock in the right side and go down the hole. Use a
                "Cross" ability to go to the left and down the next hole.
                Inside the huge door, you will find this enemy.

R-207 -> Registeel
TYPE: Steel
FIELD MOVE: Break x3
BATTLE MOVE: none
HOW TO GET HIM: tunnel, you need to use "Cross" on the lower left corner
                of the area filled with Zubat. Then, use "Cut x2" in the
                next room and continue going up. You will at least 4
                pokemon with a "Break x2" and yet another one with a
                "Cross" ability. You will find him inside a huge door.

R-208 -> Kyogre
TYPE: Water
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Water
HOW TO GET HIM: during Extra Mission 1.

R-209 -> Groudon
TYPE: Ground
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Ground
HOW TO GET HIM: during Extra Mission 2.

R-210 -> Rayquaza
TYPE: Dragon
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Flying
HOW TO GET HIM: during Extra Mission 3.

R-211 -> Deoxys
TYPE: Psychic
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Psychic
HOW TO GET HIM: in Japan, you had to pre-book tickets for the 9th pokemon
                movie. In the other versions, you can get it by completing
                Special Mission 1 in Ranger Net.

R-212 -> Celebi
TYPE: Grass
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Grass
HOW TO GET HIM: in Japan, you could only get it in special events. In the
                other versions, you can get it by completing Special
                Mission 2 in Ranger Net.

R-213 -> Mew
TYPE: Psychic
FIELD MOVE: none
BATTLE MOVE: Psychic
HOW TO GET HIM: in Japan, you could only get it in special events. In the
                other versions, you can get it by completing Special
                Mission 3 in Ranger Net.

R-??? -> Manafi's egg
TYPE: probably none
FIELD MOVE: probably none
BATTLE MOVE: probably none
HOW TO GET HIM: in Japan, you had to pre-book tickets for the 9th pokemon
                movie. In the other versions, it is still unconfirmed how
                to get it.



5~. Frequently Asked Questions

Here, you will be able to read about some of the questions that people may
be wondering about this game, at least if I consider them to be slightly
important.

Q: What exactly is the name of this game?
A: It is "Pokemon Ranger". "Pokemon Rangers" and "The Road to Diamond and
   Pearl" are just slight mistranslations.

Q: Are pokemon an it/she/he ?
A: Haven't got a clue, and that's probably one of the major problems in
   this guide, as I don't usually 

Q: What is the most under-rated pokemon in the game?
A: I would have to say Gengar. With him, you can capture a lot of enemies
   easily.

Q: How many towns are there in this game?
A: 4 different ones.

Q: What's that man with 2 Drowzee, that you can see near the place where
   there are the 3 legendary dogs?
A: By talking to that man, you will be taken back to the past and fight
   the 3 legendary dogs once again. WHAT? >_>

Q: What happens after you capture the Snorlax?
A: After exiting its cave, you will receive a call and a cutscene will
   occur where all the important characters appear and you get a special
   badge, stating that you captured all the possible pokemon. That's all,
   unfortunately.

You can also contribute your own questions, if I find them interesting I
will add them to this section.



ST~. Special Thanks

I want to thank the following people:

- Everyone who made this game;

- Everyone who likes my works here on gamefaqs, it's for those people
  that I like to work in this type of project;

- People I know personally and that make me smile;

- http://www.serebii.net , for the information that was adapted and
  inserted in sections "Acquirable Pokemon and their moves" and "Pokemon
  Type", along with the proper translation of the City's names. If it
  wasn't for their help, I would have taken a lot more time writing this
  guide;

- greatfire , for correcting some of my mystakes in the pokemon list;

- Matthew Galvin, for information on how to capture Celebi, Mew and Deoxys
  in the American version of the game;

- Hayden, for information on the 3 legendary Pokemon obtained from events;

- Cardz, for pointing out a typo and giving me an information I had
  forgotten to include;

- Tom, for pointing out what the Drowzee man was all about;

- Louis, for providing a lot of information in the American version of the
  game and correcting some of the problems in this guide;

- Everyone I forgot to credit (if anyone at all...);

- BethanyM and CjayC, for inspiring me to continue working in this faq
  and in all other projects as well.



EN~. Contacts

If you want, you may see my web page, just check it at  the HTML address
www.geocities.com/Mykas0/ .
Also, BEFORE MAILING ME BE SURE TO READ THE WHOLE FAQ, since your question
may already be covered in there.
My e-mail is Mykas0 [at] gmail.com , use the following subject or I will
NEVER (AND I MEAN IT!) reply back to you:

Subject: "PR FAQ"

You should use it for asking anything or giving me more info for this faq,
obviously I will credit you!

Thanks and until a next version!!!!!!