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Rinto 凛と地方地方
Rinto region
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Map of the Rinto region from Sunrise and Sunset
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The Rinto region (Japanese: 凛と地方 Rinto-chihō) is an island region located on the continent of Eropa, and is the setting of Pokémon Sunrise and Sunset and s. It is located a large distance away from most of the major regions seen in previous core series games, including Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, the Sevii Islands, Sinnoh, and Unova, but is close to other regions such as Colba, Eiran, and Kalos. Rinto is geographically, socially, and politically based on England and Wales, two of the four countries that make up the United Kingdom. Being incredibly large and populous, Rinto is divided into four sub-regions named after the four cardinal directions for ease of navigation and transportation.

Etymology and design conceptEdit

EtymologyEdit

The name 'Rinto' comes from 凛と rinto, meaning "dignified," which alludes to many aspects of the region. To begin with, the region's inhabitants have a reputation of being reserved and sophisticated, having good manners, etiquette, and a witty sense of humor. Furthermore, many people from other parts of the Pokémon world speak of the region in high regard, considering it to be one of the best in the world when it comes to Pokémon breeding, training, and battling. Lastly, until just a few decades before the events of Pokémon Sunrise and Sunset and s, the region had a monarchy rather than a democratic political system.

Design conceptEdit

Rinto is based on England and Wales, and as such, many in-game areas draw inspiration from real life ones. A significant example is Rinto's capital city, Larchorn City, which is partially based on England's capital city, London. Despite this, there are numerous extreme differences between Rinto and England and Wales. For example, Rinto contains two volcanoes while England contains none, and while Wales' climate is significantly wet, the area of Rinto that is coincides with Wales is an arid desert.

Three major themes that are prevalent in Rinto are cosmology, astrology, and astronomy. For example, all of the region's cities and towns are named after stars in the Milky Way, and all of its mountains are named after planets in the Solar System. In addition, the myths and legendary Pokémon of the region are closely tied to the origin of the universe. Another significant theme that Rinto presents is the importance of the balance of the natural world, as well as the relationship between human civilization and the nature. This is displayed by the presence of the Elemental Quintet in Rinto's mythology, as well as the region's varied environments and reliance on clean, renewable energy sources.

HistoryEdit

Mythological eventsEdit

During the early stages of the universe, three Legendary Pokémon, Calidus, Alunum, and Ixtura, were brought into existence by the creator of the universe. These three Pokémon were commanded to soar across the empty darkness of the universe, leaving behind stars, moons, and planets in their wake. After countless centuries, they eventually came to rest in the last galaxy that they created. Calidus delved deep into the heart of the galactic core, Alunum vanished into some caves on a moon in the galaxy's outskirts, and Ixtura descended onto a planet situated midway between. This planet would later come to be known as the Pokémon world. The first Pokémon that Ixtura created on this planet was called Mew, and contained the DNA of all Pokémon that were planned to follow it. The three Lake Guardians and the Weather Trio were some of the next to be brought into existence. Over time, countless different Pokémon species had been created to inhabit the planet.

Dated historyEdit

Contemporary historyEdit

Cities, routes, and other locationsEdit

Rinto is home to eight cities, nine towns, and three smaller settlements that aren't referred to as cities or town, resulting in a total of twenty settlements overall. The majority of them are located on or near the coastline due to the mountainous, rugged terrain towards the region's center, which makes building very difficult. Many of Rinto's settlements are also larger and more developed those seen in previous core series regions.

Rinto is also home to 29 different routes, which are paths or roads that allow Trainers to travel between locations without too much trouble. They are numbered so that they reset the sequence of previous regions' routes, going from 1 to 29. Compared to most previous core series regions, there are quite a few water routes in Rinto, due to it being an island region, but there are many more land routes and mountainous areas.

DemographicsEdit

The Rinto region has a total population of ??? including all settlements and areas.

SettlementsEdit

style="Template:Roundytl" | Map Name Population Description Origin style="Template:Roundytr" | Name origin
Minton Town SrSs Minton Town 17 A small town by the seaside that is surrounded by lush greenery and waters rich in coral. Dover and Hastings Mintaka
100px Aldew Town N/A A pleasant, forested town that is famous for its rivers, lumber, and paper production. Maidstone Aldebaran
100px Capeta City N/A A green, fertile city. It is full farms where many berries are grown each year. Horsham Capella
100px Vaultair City N/A A city that reaches high into the sky. It contains many telecommunication towers. Bournemouth Altair
100px Arcove Town N/A A quiet and unearthly seaside town that has deep connections to the past. Exmouth Arcturus
100px Cashor City N/A A fun-filled city that is built over water. Many tourists flock here every year. Plymouth Castor
100px Pollug Town N/A A once beautiful swamp town that industrial dumping has turned it into a toxic wasteland. Helston and Camborne Pollux
100px Larchorn City N/A The capital city of Rinto. It is the heart of politics and transportation. London and Norwich Achernar
100px Canaport Town N/A A port town where many ships are constructed. The market sells exotic, foreign goods. King's Lynn Canopus
100px Autare Town N/A A wild town built in the trees. It is famous for its culinary excellence. Melton Mowbray Antares
100px Riverside Station N/A A train station that is built on the marshes of the delta of the River Thane. Lee Valley Park N/A
100px Polarice City N/A A cold, advanced city located in the mountains. It is Rinto's heart of technology. Manchester and Leeds Polaris
100px Reglace Town N/A A small, snow-capped town in the mountains that provides beautiful views of the night sky. Northwich Regulus
100px Vegala City N/A A stunning metropolis that is the largest city in Rinto. It is the heart of business. Birmingham Vega
100px Solight City N/A A tropical, seaside city that is home to some of Rinto's most rich and famous. Bristol and Milford Haven Sol
100px Golune Town N/A A dark, gloomy, and deserted town that was ravaged by disaster many years ago. Kingston upon Hull Algol
100px Sunset Port N/A A ramshackle port that was constructed by the former residents of Siria City. Lerwick N/A
100px Siria City N/A A beautiful, magical city containing buildings made entirely out of gemstones. Unst Sirius
100px Sunrise Resort N/A A virtually untouched, tropical paradise. It offers beautiful views of the sunrise. Newquay N/A
100px Forhaul Town N/A A small, quiet town by the sea that is often ignored by travelers and tourists. Holyhead Formalhaut


ForestsEdit

style="Template:Roundytl" | Map Name Description style="Template:Roundytr" | Origin
Minton Woods SrSs Minton Woods A small grove that people often use to relax without fear of being attacked by wild Pokémon N/A
100px Capeta Forest A forest that houses many Bug-type Pokémon and is said to be protected by a spirit. The forests of South East England
100px Jade Jungle A marshy, overgrown jungle that was once a beautiful set of exotic gardens. Morrab Gardens
100px Lost Woods A relatively simple forest that many people get lost in for some reason. The Broads
100px Autumn Forest An expansive forest full of trees that are always colored by the shades of autumn. Sherwood Forest
100px Evergold Glade A large glade at the end of Autumn Forest that is a very popular camping spot.


CavesEdit

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100px Lakespring Cave A cave beneath Littleleaf Lake that contains numerous ponds and springs. N/A
100px Cave of Earth A mysterious, mossy tunnel that is said to lead to the resting place of a spirit. N/A
100px Tressera Cavern A cave containing ruins built long ago by settlers from another region. N/A
100px Ruin Tunnel A tunnel that is said to have been carved out around the same time as Quinto Ruins. N/A
100px Marine Tunnel A series of rocky caverns that line the southern coast of Rinto's peninsula. The heritage coasts of Cornwall and Devon
100px Geyser Gorge A small canyon where cracks in the ground allow hot water to shoot into the air. N/A
100px Dragon's Run A valley that is rumored to be the birthplace of the first Dragon-type Pokémon. N/A
100px Moonlight Mines An abandoned mine that used to be used for excavating Shadow Stones. N/A


MountainsEdit

style="Template:Roundytl" | Map Name Description Origin style="Template:Roundytr" | Name origin
100px Mt. Neviter The largest of Rinto's mountains. Its summit towers high above the clouds. N/A Jupiter
100px Mt. Magmerc An active volcano where steam and magma constantly seep through the planet's surface. N/A Mercury
100px Mt. Ventle A dormant volcano that is rumored to contain a monster sealed away a long time ago. N/A Venus
100px Mt. Glacura A rugged, ice-covered mountain that is constantly buffeted by blizzards. N/A Uranus
100px Mt. Marsa A mountain containing caves full of sand blown in from the nearby desert. N/A Mars
100px Mt. Deptone The smallest of Rinto's mountains. It contains a complex network of undersea tunnels. N/A Neptune


Aquatic AreasEdit

style="Template:Roundytl" | Map Name Description style="Template:Roundytr" | Origin
100px Littleleaf Lake A small lake that was created by a crashing meteorite thousands of years ago. Leybourne Lakes Country Park
100px Furrow Islands A group of small islands where many fast currents make it hard to travel. N/A
100px Stardust Beach A beautiful beach where many people enjoy sunbathing and making sandcastles. N/A
100px Rainbow Reef A remarkable coral reef that is said to be home to many rare and odd Pokémon. Lundy
100px Lucid Spring A clear spring surrounded by lush greenery located on the summit of Mt. Neviter. N/A
100px Ships' Graveyard A dangerously shallow lagoon that has caused the sinking of many ships. N/A


RuinsEdit

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100px Wooded Shrine A mysterious temple that has had its doors sealed for a very long time. N/A
100px Twilit Pillar A stone tower that stretches high into the sky. Nobody knows who built it. N/A
100px Sky Station An old, stone fort that was once used as a stronghold during a great war. N/A
100px Seabreak Lighthouse An abandoned lighthouse that used to use Pokémon to light ships' ways. Gunfleet Lighthouse
100px Quinto Ruins A collection of standing stones that are said to conceal a deep, dark secret. Stonehenge
100px Draycon Manor A mansion that was once owned by a rich family. It is now rumored to be haunted. N/A
100px Frozen Fortress An icy castle that used to be home to the former royal family of north Rinto. N/A
100px Desert Palace A castle that used to be home to the former royal family of west Rinto. N/A
100px Tritoise Temple A large temple built by an oasis. The people of the desert used to worship here. N/A
100px Sealed Temple A temple of unknown origin. A Legendary Pokémon was sealed away here long ago. N/A
100px Temporal Sanctuary A mysterious and bizarre sanctuary where time is said to flow abnormally. N/A


BuildingsEdit

style="Template:Roundytl" | Map Name Description style="Template:Roundytr" | Origin
100px Trainer Academy A school that is dedicated to the education of young Pokémon Trainers. University of Southampton
100px Cashor Aquarium A large marine aquarium that contains many exhibits related to the sea. National Marine Aquarium
100px Old Farmhouse A small, abandoned shed that was once used to store farming supplies. N/A
100px Bellpeal Tower A huge clock tower that keeps every clock around the world synchronized. Big Ben
100px Canaport Shipyard An industrial port that is responsible for building and repairing ships. N/A
100px Thane University A Pokémon-focused university that is one of the most prestigious of its kind. University of Oxford
100px Electric Dam A large hydroelectric dam that uses the River Thane to produce clean energy. N/A
100px Power Station A power station that generates renewable energy using hot rocks underground. N/A
100px Reglace Factory A large factory that produces food for every Reglace Bakery in Rinto. The Little Treats Co.
100px NOVA Station A research facility dedicated to studying outer space and the cosmos. N/A
100px Bandit's Hideout The Bandit Squad's main base of operations. It is surprisingly advanced. N/A
100px Crystal Castle A humongous, magnificent castle that is the home of the Elite Council. N/A
100px Vivlos Institute A research facility that was mysteriously destroyed a few years ago. N/A


TransportEdit

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100px Noblesse Express A fancy, luxurious train that only a select few are able to ride. Queen of Scots
100px SS. Chartreuse A ship that sails the seas of east Rinto. It is one of Rinto's four cruise ships. N/A
100px SS. Roseate A ship that sails the seas of north Rinto. It is one of Rinto's four cruise ships. N/A
100px Dreadnought N/A N/A
100px SS. Mazarine A ship that sails the seas of south Rinto. It is one of Rinto's four cruise ships. N/A
100px SS. Aurous A ship that sails the seas of west Rinto. It is one of Rinto's four cruise ships. N/A


OtherEdit

style="Template:Roundytl" | Map Name Description style="Template:Roundytr" | Origin
100px Acre Park A large park where Safari Competitions and Bug-Catching Contests take place. Norbury Park
100px Windpoint Bridge A bridge for both vehicles and pedestrians that leads to Vaultair City. N/A
100px Snowdrift Plain A barren, empty snowfield that is incredibly easy to get lost in. Peak District National Park
100px I-Cycle Bridge A high-tech, sheltered bridge that only allows bikes or vehicles to cross. N/A
100px Victory Road The final path before Siria City. It is divided into eight different zones. N/A


GeographyEdit

LandscapeEdit

Environment and ClimateEdit

The Rinto region is home to a wide range of landscapes and environments. It is naturally bordered the sea to east, south, and west sides, while the northern border including, for the first time in a Pokémon game, a mountain range consisting of several explorable caverns that spans the entire region. The region's terrain also varies significantly. Some areas are lush, green and rich with water, a few even being swampy. Contrastingly, some areas are arid, while some are rugged, rocky and mountainous. Being an island region, Rinto is home to many coastal areas as well.

Rinto is geographically (and was formerly politically) divided by the mountains that encompass its center. This is comparable to how Sinnoh is broken into two sub-regions by Mt. Coronet, and how Kanto and Johto are contiguous. Travel between these areas can be difficult, but recent developments in transport, such as the subway and bus network, has made things easier in recent years. The climates and wild Pokémon that can be found vary significantly between the four areas.

East Rinto, also known as "Rural Rinto," can be considered to be the most "normal" of the four areas, consisting mainly of forests and grassland, with the occasional cave. The land is more fertile than the other areas, and most of its settlements are small and rural. However, its coastline is, in general, more rocky and rugged than that of South or West Rinto. The River Thane, which ends up at Littleleaf Lake and Larchorn City, runs through this area of Rinto, making it more water rich than the other regions. This river also powers the Electric Dam, which provides clean energy to the majority of the region. Despite its rurality, East Rinto is home to some important locations, such as Larchorn City, the capital of Rinto, Capeta City, home to the Capeta Gym, Aldew Town, where the Aldew Police are based and where Professor Redwood's lab is, and Canaport Town, a major port town. Most of East Rinto has managed to stay free of the Elite Council's control since the Second Dawn.

South Rinto, also referred to as "Coastal Rinto," contains little to no greenery, and contains many more sandy beaches than East Rinto. Most of its settlements and routes are built partially or entirely on water. It also houses a couple of mountainous areas, as well as some legendary ruins near Arcove Town. South Rinto has more large cities than East Rinto. This area of Rinto contains two very important locations: Vaultair City, the heart of the region's radio and TV networks, and Cashor City, a major tourist spot. Furthermore, Vaultair City is home to the Vaultair Gym. Much of South Rinto (mainly the major locations) has been under the Elite Council's control since the Second Dawn.

West Rinto, also referred to as "Tropical Rinto," is far more warm than the other areas, being home to deserts and a jungle. This is caused by the rain shadow created by the mountains in the middle of the region, as well as the cold ocean currents in the seas to the west. Like South Rinto, it consists of many water routes and seaside locations, and is even divided into three distinct sections by water, each containing a settlement. East Rinto is home to Solight City, home to some of the most affluent people in the region, and also a major tourist spot. It also contains the Solight Gym. Pollug Town, which is home to Professor Mangrove's house and the Pollug Gym, can be found on tip of the southwest peninsula, and Forhaul Town is located in the northwest. Only the latter didn't fall into the Elite Council's control after the Second Dawn.

North Rinto, also referred to as "Mountain Rinto," is the largest of Rinto's subregions, containing five settlements. It has a far more rugged terrain than the other areas, and the high altitude makes some areas cold and snowy. Every single one of North Rinto's routes is located on land, and unlike the other subregions, it contains no coastal areas. A major location in North Rinto is Vegala City, which is the largest city in the entire region, the heart of business and commerce, and home to the Vegala Gym. In the furthest reaches to the north is Polarice City, which is Rinto's capital of technology and science, and contains the Polarice Gym and Professor Fir's lab. To the south of Polarice City is Reglace Town, which is home to the Reglace Factory, which exports goods around the region to the many Reglace Bakeries. The eastern section of North Rinto is where Autare Town and Golune Town are situated. The former contains the Autare Gym, while the latter contains the Golune Gym.

Finally, a separate landmass known as Victory Isle is located to the northeast of mainland Rinto. It is located such a large distance away, that a boat is required to reach it. It is here that Rinto's Victory Road is located, along with Siria City, containing Crystal Castle, which is home to Rinto's Pokémon League. In addition, Sunset Port can be found at the very beginning of Victory Road, providing Trainers with a place to rest before they go on to challenge the Pokémon League. However, since the Second Dawn, no Trainers have set foot on the isle, and Sunset Port is mainly full of former residents of Siria City. Victory Isle has a wide variety of landscapes, including forests, swamps, mountains, volcanoes and deserts, all of which make up Victory Road.

TransportationEdit

Energy sourcesEdit

The Rinto region is famous for its use of clean energy sources and conservation of the environment. Different parts of the region generate and use energy in different ways. The Electric Dam, located north of Vaultair City, is a Hydroelectric Dam that generates energy from the River Thane. The energy it produces is exported to many settlements in East and South Rinto, including Vaultair City (which consumes a lot of energy due to its large number of telecom towers), Vegala City, Larchorn City, Minton Town, Aldew Town and Capeta City. The Dam is accessible by the public, and also acts as a bridge spanning the large valley between South Rinto and North Rinto. It was built in a location that wouldn't damage any Pokémon habitats.

Another renewable energy source is the tidal turbines in the coastal Cashor City, which generate clean electricity for the whole city. This electricity is also used in Pollug Town, which isn't too far to the west. Despite being nearby, Arcove Town doesn't receive any of this energy, due to its residents claiming that they do not need any, preferring to live traditionally.

Solight City contains many solar panels and solar cells, which generate a decent amount of electricity each year. Due to the city being located on the edge of a desert, this is very convenient and efficient, with energy being produced at a constant rate every day of the year. They were expensive to build, but the cost was covered by the rich residents of the city. The electricity produced is only used in Solight City.

Finally, the majority of North Rinto gains its energy from wind turbines located on Route 30, which is a barren, windy area often hit by blizzards. There are eight turbines in total, similar to Sinnoh's Valley Windworks, which generate energy which is immediately transported to Polarice City, where it is processed. The large amount of electricity produced by these wind turbines is distributed across the entire region, being used in Polarice City, Reglace Town, Vegala City, Autare Town, Canaport Town and Larchorn City. However, Golune Town is a special case, as, due to it being located far away on the other side of a valley, it is harder for the electricity to be transported there. In Pokémon Sunrise, the Power Station on Route 17 helps with this, storing the electricity and transporting it further across a series of pylons. In Pokémon Sunset, the Moonlight Mines, also located on Route 17, are a source of Shadow Stones which are used by the citizens of Golune Town instead of electricity, essentially serving the same purpose. Because of this, the history of the two towns differs between the two games.

Rinto LeagueEdit

Main article: Rinto League

The Rinto League is the regional Pokémon League of the Rinto region. After obtaining the eight Badges of the region a Trainer may enter a tournament at Crystal Castle in Siria City on Victory Isle. Trainers who win these tournaments receive the title of Elite Trainer, and the right to challenge the Elite Council, which consists of four Elite Trainers (collectively known as the Elite Four) and a Champion. Since the Second Dawn, due to Victory Isle being closed off, Trainers are now unable to challenge the Elite Council, but are still free to collect Gym Badges if they so desire.

Gym LeadersEdit

style="background: #Template:Rinto color dark;" colspan="14" | Rinto League
Generation FI Region: Rinto]]
colspan="6" style="background: #Template:Rinto color light; Template:Roundytl;" | Gym Leader
Japanese
style="background: #Template:Rinto color light;" | Location
Japanese
colspan="6" style="background: #Template:Rinto color light;" | Type]] style="background: #Template:Rinto color light; Template:Roundytr;" | Badge]]


Spr SrSs Beatrice VS
Beatrice]]
蜂ミ Hachumi
Capeta City]]
ハニーツシティ
Hanītsu City
colspan="6" style="background:#Template:Bug color light;" | Bug]] Buzz Badge
Buzz Badge
File:Spr SrSs Elijah VS.png
Elijah]]
一浩 Kazuhiro
Vaultair City]]

colspan="6" style="background:#Template:Wind color light;" | Wind]] Gale Badge
Gale Badge
File:Spr SrSs Delano VS.png
Delano]]
??? Dokuohtei
Pollug Town]]

colspan="6" style="background:#Template:Poison color light;" | Poison]] Toxic Badge
Toxic Badge
File:Spr SrSs Bridgette VS.png
Bridgette]]
Autare Town]]

colspan="3" style="background:#Template:Fire color light;" | Fire]] colspan="3" style="background:#Template:Fighting color light;" | Fighting]] Blaze Badge
Blaze Badge
File:Spr SrSs Seth VS.png
Seth]]
Polarice City]]

colspan="3" style="background:#Template:Dragon color light;" | Dragon]] colspan="3" style="background:#Template:Ice color light;" | Ice]] Fang Badge
Fang Badge
File:Spr SrSs Jordan VS.png
Jordan]]
Vegala City]]

colspan="6" style="background:#Template:Psychic color light;" | Psychic]] Ace Badge
Ace Badge
File:Spr SrSs Cindra VS.png
Cindra]]
Solight City]]

colspan="2" style="background:#Template:Ground color light;" | Ground]] colspan="2" style="background:#Template:Grass color light;" | Grass]] colspan="2" style="background:#Template:Water color light;" | Water]] Dune Badge
Dune Badge
colspan="3" style="background:#Template:Ghost color light; Template:Roundybl" | File:Spr SrSs Jasper VS.png
Jasper]]
colspan="3" style="background:#Template:Dark color light;" | File:Spr SrSs Luna VS.png
Luna]]
style="background:#Template:Ghost color light;" | Golune Town]]

colspan="3" style="background:#Template:Ghost color light;" | Ghost]] colspan="3" style="background:#Template:Dark color light;" | Dark]] colspan="1" style="background:#Template:Ghost color light; " | Crescent Badge

Crescent Badge


Elite CouncilEdit

style="background: #Template:Rinto color dark;" colspan="2" | Rinto League]]
style="background: #Template:Rinto color dark;" colspan="2" align="center" | Generation FI
style="background: #Template:Rinto color light; Template:Roundytl" | Member
Japanese
style="background: #Template:Rinto color light; Template:Roundytr" | Type]]
Spr SrSs Leona VS
Leona]]
電コ Denko
Electric]]
File:Spr SrSs Ivy VS.png
Ivy]]
Grass]]
File:Spr SrSs Regan VS.png
Regan]]
Normal]]
File:Spr SrSs Aurelia VS.png
Aurelia]]
Rock]]
colspan="1" style="background:#Template:Wind color; Template:Roundybl" | File:Spr SrSs Alex VS.png
Champion
Alex]]
colspan="1" style="background:#Template:Wind color; Template:Roundybr" | Wind]]

ColosseumsEdit

Main article: Colosseum

Colosseum LeadersEdit

Rinto]]
Generation FI]] Region: Rinto]]
Colosseum Leader]]
Japanese
Location
Japanese
Type]] Key]]
File:Spr SrSs Morton VS.png
Morton]]
瀬ヤ Seya
Whirlpool Colosseum]]
Cashor City]]
??? ???
Water]] 40px
Sapphire Key]]
File:Spr SrSs Stella VS.png
Stella]]
??? ???
Nitro Colosseum]]
Larchorn City]]
??? ???
Metal]] 40px
Cobalt Key]]
File:Spr SrSs Cole VS.png
Cole]]
??? ???
Steamwork Colosseum]]
Polarice City]]
??? ???
Fire]] 40px
Ruby Key]]
File:Spr SrSs Michaela VS.png
Michaela]]
??? ???
Supercell Colosseum]]
Vegala City]]
??? ???
Electric]] 40px
Citrine Key]]
File:Spr SrSs Sheena VS.png
Sheena]]
??? ???
Sunshine Colosseum]]
Solight City]]
??? ???
Light]] 40px
Pearl Key]]
File:Spr SrSs Damien VS.png
Damien
??? ???
Crystal Colosseum
Siria City
??? ???
Various 40px
Diamond Key


TriviaEdit

NamesEdit

Language Name Origin
Japanese リント Rinto From 凛と Rinto, meaning "dignified."
English Rinto Same as Japanese name.
Spanish Rinto Same as Japanese name.
French Rinto Same as Japanese name.
German Rinto Same as Japanese name.

See alsoEdit

colspan="3" style="Template:Roundy background: #Template:Rinto color light;" | Regions in the Eropian Union
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Rinto
class="round" style="border: 2px solid #Template:Bug color dark; background: #Template:Bug color light;" | Buzz Badge class="round" style="border: 2px solid #Template:Wind color dark; background: #Template:Wind color light;" | Gale Badge class="round" style="border: 2px solid #Template:Poison color dark; background: #Template:Poison color light;" | Toxic Badge class="round" style="border: 2px solid #Template:Fire color dark; background: #Template:Fire color light;" | Blaze Badge class="round" style="border: 2px solid #Template:Dragon color dark; background: #Template:Dragon color light;" | Fang Badge class="round" style="border: 2px solid #Template:Psychic color dark; background: #Template:Psychic color light;" | Ace Badge class="round" style="border: 2px solid #Template:Ground color dark; background: #Template:Ground color light;" | Dune Badge class="round" style="border: 2px solid #Template:Dark color dark; background: #Template:Dark color light;" | Crescent Badge
Settlements
MintonAldewCapetaVaultairArcoveCashorPollugLarchorn
CanaportAutareRiverside StationPolariceReglaceVegalaSolight
GoluneSiriaSunset PortForhaul
Routes
Dewdrop TrailCapeta GardensBerry LaneSeashell Shores
Jurassic CoastParadise PierFurrow ChannelThane Estuary
Windmill FieldsTepid SpringsGolden BoulevardMenhir Path
Smoky RidgeGrand ValleyBoreal ClimbFogbound RavineAlpine Slope
Aurora HeightsStarlit MeadowMysterious MarshesWestern Desert
Great BayPirates' CoveDusty CanyonSilent Hill
Landmarks

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