Faldera Island

Faldera Island ファルデラじま
Faldera Island
"Wild Missingno. appeared!"
Faldera Island Ranger3.png
Map description: A volcanic island with flowing magma. Its ground is made of cooled magma, and many of the Pokémon there are heat tolerant.
Location: Southeast of Mitonga Island
Region: Oblivia
Generations: IV
Faldera Island Ranger3 map.png
Location of Faldera Island in Oblivia.
Pokémon world locations

Faldera Island (Japanese: ファルデラじま Faldera Island) is a location in Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs.

It is an island located in southeast Oblivia, and it is the home of the legendary bird Moltres. Its prominent feature is the Faldera Volcano (Japanese: ファルデラかざん Faldera Volcano).

Faldera Volcano

When first attempting to enter the volcano, the player must capture a Torchic and Phanpy from the Pokémon Pinchers. As the player continues to explore the volcano they will have to defeat the Pokémon Pinchers numerous times and clear many obstacles. Once they have reached the door to the summit, the player must enter Entei's Ranger Sign. Upon doing so the Pokémon Pinchers will be seen attempting to gain control of Moltres, which then flies off. Red Eyes along with the rest of the Pokémon Pinchers flee by air and the player gives chase.

After completing the game and accepting a mission from Rand, players must chase down the three legendary birds through the sky. Upon catching up with Moltres, it will go down to its home on top of the mountain. There, players must battle it to gain a part of the golden armor. Upon victory players will obtain the Ranger Sign to summon Moltres. Using this Ranger Sign at the summit of Faldera Volcano will allow players to once again fight the Legendary Pokémon. There is an Abomasnow lithograph covering up a cave on the volcano. The player can break the lithograph and gain access to the cave by beating the Ice Temple leader's Abomasnow in a past mission.


Pokémon Poké Assist Field
  Charmander   Fire  
  Charmeleon   Fire  
  Pikachu   Recharge  
  Primeape   Fighting  
  Golem   Rock  
  Weezing   Poison  
  Flareon   Fire  
  Moltres *   Fire  
  Pichu *   Recharge  
  Phanpy   Ground  
  Donphan   Ground  
  Larvitar   Ground  
  Pupitar   Ground  
  Tyranitar *   Rock  
  Torchic   Fire  
  Combusken   Fire  
  Blaziken *   Fire  
  Marshtomp   Water  
  Makuhita   Fighting  
  Numel   Fire  
  Camerupt   Fire  
  Chimecho   Psychic  
  Shelgon   Dragon  
  Chimchar *   Fire  
  Monferno   Fire  
  Staraptor *   Flying  
  Gastrodon   Water  
  Magmortar *   Fire  
  Heatran *   Fire  


Game Landing Outside Path Shack
Guardian Signs            

Game Small Cave Cave Lithograph Chamber End of Cave Summit
Guardian Signs            

In other languages

Faldera Island

Language Name Origin
Japanese ファルデラじま Faldera Island From fa (the fourth solfège syllable) and caldera
English Faldera Island Same as Japanese name
French Île Faldeira From fa and caldeira (caldera)
German Isla Fayadeira Similar to Japanese name
Italian Fabulonia From fa
Spanish Isla Fascuas From fa
Portuguese Ilha Faldera Same as Japanese name

Faldera Volcano

Language Title
  French Volcan Faldeira
  German Fayadeira-Vulkan
  Italian Vulcano Fabulonia
  Portuguese Vulcão Faldera
  Spanish Volcán Fascuas

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Cocona VillageTilt VillageAqua Resort
Aquatic areas
Coral SeaCanal RuinsEastern SeaWestern Sea
Open areas
SkyLapras BeachTeakwood ForestCurl BayRand's HouseLatolato TrailMt. LatolatoWireless Tower
Hinder CapeMitonga RoadNoir ForestDangerous CliffSophian RoadMt. SorbetRainbow Dais
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