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{{nihongo|'''Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs'''|Japanese: '''ポケモンレンジャー 光の軌跡'''|''Pokemon Renjā Hikari no Kiseki''}} is the third game in the [[Pokémon Ranger]] series. It was released on March 6 in Japan and was released in America on October 4, 2010. It starts the player out on a region filled with mysterious islands and ruins to explore known as [[Oblivia]]. On the launch day, players were able to download a special mission which allows you to capture [[Deoxys]] and transfer it over to Pokémon Diamond, Pearl, Platinum, HeartGold, or SoulSilver on multi-player mode. It also includes a multiplayer co-op feature to work together and capture Pokémon. The box art for the game feature a [[Suicune]], [[Entei]], [[Raikou]], [[Latios]], [[Latias]], and [[The Ukulele Pichu]]. One more cool feature for the game is the brand new "Ranger Signs" to summon certain Pokémon with new abilities, along with the returning "[[Poke Assist]]". The main evil team you end up facing is team [[Pokémon Pinchers]].
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'''Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs''' (Japanese: '''ポケモンレンジャー 光の軌跡''' ''Pokemon Renjā Hikari no Kiseki'') is the third game in the [[Pokémon Ranger]] series. It was released on March 6 in Japan and was released in America on October 4, 2010. It starts the player out on a region filled with mysterious islands and ruins to explore known as [[Oblivia]]. On the launch day, players were able to download a special mission which allows you to capture [[Deoxys]] and transfer it over to Pokémon Diamond, Pearl, Platinum, HeartGold, or SoulSilver on multi-player mode. It also includes a multiplayer co-op feature to work together and capture Pokémon. The box art for the game feature a [[Suicune]], [[Entei]], [[Raikou]], [[Latios]], [[Latias]], and [[The Ukulele Pichu]]. One more cool feature for the game is the brand new "Ranger Signs" to summon certain Pokémon with new abilities, along with the returning "[[Poke Assist]]". The main evil team you end up facing is team [[Pokémon Pinchers]].
   
 
==Partner Pokémon==
 
==Partner Pokémon==
 
[[File:ImagesCA3HOW8W.jpg|thumb|left|Pokemon Assist]]
 
[[File:ImagesCA3HOW8W.jpg|thumb|left|Pokemon Assist]]
Unlike the previous Pokémon Ranger series game, [[Pokemon Ranger: Shadows of Almia]], you only have the option of one partner Pokémon during story mode, Ukulele Pichu, however, this is not the case in the past. If Celebi brings you to the past, you get a wide variety of choices for a partner Pokémon. You first start out with [[Piplup]] and build up from whatever Pokémon drops a slate. If you pick up the slate and complete the mission, that Pokémon, or one of it's evolutionary forms will be able to be called upon and levelled up in a similar way to the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series. These Pokémon have a Ranger Sign so you call call them up in the story mode as a regular friend Pokémon.
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Unlike the previous Pokémon Ranger series game, [[Pokemon Ranger: Shadows of Almia]], you only have the option of one partner Pokémon during story mode, Ukulele Pichu, however, this is not the case in the past. If Celebi brings you to the past, you get a wide variety of choices for a partner Pokémon. You first start out with [[Piplup]] and build up from whatever Pokémon drops a slate. If you pick up the slate and complete the mission, that Pokémon, or one of its evolutionary forms will be able to be called upon and levelled up in a similar way to the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series. These Pokémon have a Ranger Sign so you call call them up in the story mode as a regular friend Pokémon.
   
 
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Latest revision as of 17:53, October 17, 2013

Pokémon Ranger:
Guardian Signs
Guardian Signs cover
Game Information
Publisher Nintendo
Developer Creatures Inc.
Category Action RPG
Players 1-4 Players
ESRB E for Everyone
Release Dates
Flag of Japan March 6, 2010
Flag of the United States October 4, 2010
Flag of Europe November 5, 2010
Flag of Australia November 25, 2010
Other Info
Platform Nintendo DS
Region Oblivia

Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs (Japanese: ポケモンレンジャー 光の軌跡 Pokemon Renjā Hikari no Kiseki) is the third game in the Pokémon Ranger series. It was released on March 6 in Japan and was released in America on October 4, 2010. It starts the player out on a region filled with mysterious islands and ruins to explore known as Oblivia. On the launch day, players were able to download a special mission which allows you to capture Deoxys and transfer it over to Pokémon Diamond, Pearl, Platinum, HeartGold, or SoulSilver on multi-player mode. It also includes a multiplayer co-op feature to work together and capture Pokémon. The box art for the game feature a Suicune, Entei, Raikou, Latios, Latias, and The Ukulele Pichu. One more cool feature for the game is the brand new "Ranger Signs" to summon certain Pokémon with new abilities, along with the returning "Poke Assist". The main evil team you end up facing is team Pokémon Pinchers.

Partner PokémonEdit

ImagesCA3HOW8W

Pokemon Assist

Unlike the previous Pokémon Ranger series game, Pokemon Ranger: Shadows of Almia, you only have the option of one partner Pokémon during story mode, Ukulele Pichu, however, this is not the case in the past. If Celebi brings you to the past, you get a wide variety of choices for a partner Pokémon. You first start out with Piplup and build up from whatever Pokémon drops a slate. If you pick up the slate and complete the mission, that Pokémon, or one of its evolutionary forms will be able to be called upon and levelled up in a similar way to the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series. These Pokémon have a Ranger Sign so you call call them up in the story mode as a regular friend Pokémon.

CharactersEdit

Boss PokémonEdit

  • Celebi - Renbow Island-Cocona Village
  • Raikou - Renbow Island- Wireless Tower
  • Entei - Mitonga Island- Daybreak Ruins
  • Suicune - Sophian Island- Canal Ruins
  • Garchomp - Sophian Island- Oblivia Ruins
  • Ho-Oh - Western Sea- West Pillar
  • Ditto (Raikou/Entei/Suicune) - Sky Fortress
  • Crobat - Sky Fortress(The Sky)

Post Ending Boss PokémonEdit

Wi-Fi Event PokémonEdit

  • Deoxys - Back in time(Avabile to transfer to game cartidge) Deoxys and the Odd Temple ~ Must have at the least 2 people to complete- Turns into the different forms depending on conditions met
  • Heatran - Faldera Volcano
  • Shaymin (Land Forme) - Renbow Island- Latolato Trail;

Sky Forme - The Sky

  • Giratina (Altered Forme) - Sophian Island- Oblivia Ruins

Giratina (Origin Forme) - Sophian Island- Oblivia Ruins/Sky Fortress

TriviaEdit

  • The Japanese name for Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs is Pokémon Ranger: Tracks of Light.
  • U.S. information about this game was revealed in an E3 conference. PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure and the new 3DS were also revealed.
  • This is the only game so far where a Pokémon is seen using human technology.

ImagesEdit

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