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|Pokémon Ranger: Diseases of Nature|
|Publisher(s)||The Pokémon Company|
The game focuses on doing "Missions" and follow the plot. Players must "capture" Pokémon and use them to solve simple puzzles in order to save endangered Pokémon or people, or stop evil schemes. Players will encounter a variety of obstacles during their adventures. In order to cross them, they will have to capture Pokémon and then use thier "Field Move" on the obstacle in order to break it. This is called a "Target Clear". Some field moves also aid travelling; for example, Pokémon with Fly can be used to fly to a location on the map. Players may occasionally see NPCs with a "..." speech bubble over their head. Talking to them will make them ask you to do a "Quest". For example, one NPC may have lost their Litten, and you will have to find the Litten and catch it, then bring it back to the NPC. A few quests also involve you getting an object from an NPC.
Capturing Pokémon is not done like in the traditional Pokémon games. Instead, you have to use the "Capture Styler" to form rings around the Pokémon. Doing this conveys friendship to them. When you convey enough friendship to them, they are "Captured". TBA
Note that only Pokémon encountered in the main game are listed here. Other Pokémon are not listed here, their area beign shown in the full Pokémon list instead.
Rowlet Litten Popplio
Yungoos Pidove Scatterbug
Yungoos Gumshoos Pidove
Tranquill Spewpa Vivillon
Petilil Fomantis Stunky
Meowth Machop Machoke
Electrike Ralts Kirlia
Murkrow Misdreavus Sandshrew
Wooper Quagsire Electrike
Manectrike Murkrow Honchcrow
Misdreavus Mismagius Durant
Geodude Graveler Durant
Heatmor Kirlia Gardevoir
Vulpix Ninetales Sandslash
|Infer Mountain Peak||TBA||
Vulpix Ninetales Sandshrew
Sandslash Skuntank Unfezant
Snover Abomasnow Drampa
Bruxish Corsola Quagsire
Graveler Golem Carbink
Grubbin Chargabug Vikavolt
While all Pokémon can be found and captured, only a selection of them are found before the main plot is over. This section only lists the selection; the full list can be found here.
|Rowlet may try to kick the Capture Line while flying rather quickly.||Cut 1|
|Litten will spit burning furballs on the ground. These disappear after a few seconds.||Burn 1|
|Popplio will hop around and occasionally snort bubbles out.||Soak 1|
|Yungoos will try to bite the capture line. It may also charge at it.||Tackle 1|
|Gumshoos will try to bite the capture line if it gets close. It can also roar music notes at it.||Crush 2|
|Pidove flies arounds quickly. It may try to charge at it.||Cut 1|
|Tranquill flies around quickly. It can charge at the capture line and also launch tornadoes.||Cut 2|
|Unfezant flies around quickly. It can charge at the capture line and also launch tornadoes.||Fly|
|Scatterbug spits silk and may try a tackling attack.||Tackle 1|
|Spewpa spits silk and surrounds itself with poisonous dust.||Tackle 2|
|Vivillon surrounds itself with poisonous dust and launches gusts at the capture line.||Cut 2|
|Petilil hops around and launches leaves around.||Aromatherapy|
|Lilligant occasionally dances erratically, shooting petals around.||Aromatherapy|
|Fomantis jumps around quickly and slashes at the capture line.||Cut 1|
|Lurantis jumps around erratically and slashes at the capture line while throwing leaves.||Cut 3|
|Stunky releases poisonous gaz as it wanders around.||Stink|
|Skuntank surrounds itself with noxious gaz occasionally. It also releases it while walking around.||Stink|
|Meowth jumps erratically and shoots coins at the capture line.||Cut 1|
|Persian dashes around, occasionally trying to slice the capture line.||Cut 2|
|Virus||Effect||How to tell|
|Basic Virus||Makes the Pokémon more hostile in the overworld. They attack more often in battle.||Pokémon looks and acts angrier then usual.|
|Power Virus||Makes the Pokémon slightly more hostile in the overworld. They have powered-up attacks as well.||Pokémon is bigger and has a reddish tint.|
|Speed Virus||Makes the Pokémon faster in the overworld and in battle. They tend to run away in the overworld.||Pokémon is noticeably faster and looks taller then usual.|
|Shield Virus||Doesn't changes the Pokémon's overworld behavior. In battle, it is harder to capture.||
Pokémon is shorter and fatter then usual and has a white tint.
|Leech Virus||Makes the Pokémon slowly wander to the player. In battle, it leeches HP off succesful attacks.||Pokémon has a greenish tint and is noticeably slower usually.|
|Disable Virus||Makes the Pokémon tend to not move on the overworld. In battle, immune to Pokémon Assists.||Pokémon has a tendency to stop moving, sliding on the ground.|
|Dark Virus||Makes the Pokémon hostile and faster. In battle, it has the effects of Basic, Power and Speed Viruses.||Pokémon is darker, bigger and red-eyed.|
List of Quests
- This is the first Pokémon Ranger game since the fourth generation.
- The region seems to be based on the southern part of California.