The Go-Rock Quads

The Go-Rock Quads are a group of four enemies that the player faces in the first Pokémon Ranger game. They have unusual styler instruments that they use to control Pokémon with. The group are a band that have admin like status within the Go-Rock Squad. They are all the children of Gordor, the boss of the Go Rock Squad. The band consists of four members: Billy, Garret, Clyde and Tiffany, with Billy the oldest and Tiffany the youngest. The player faces Tiffany, Garret and Clyde twice each and Billy once in the first Pokémon Ranger game. After blowing up the base, they move to Almia, the setting of the second Ranger game, and become good. After playing at a concert at the end of the second Pokémon Ranger game, they move to Oblivia, the setting of the third Pokémon Ranger game, and perform at the end of the game.


All four members have wild, rockstar-esque hair, all a light blue sans Tiffany (a light pink). They all also have jackets, Tiffany's and Clyde's worn open.

Billy, the eldest of the four, has his hair styled in two spiky sections, one jutting to each side of his head. His jacket, worn mostly closed, is black with a fringed segment near the neck, with matching pants visible from underneath.

Second-eldest Garrett has the most normal of the three male members' hairstyles, his fully-closed jacket white with a flame design at the bottom. His jacket reaches closer to the ground than Billy's, and since it's fully closed his outfit underneath is unknown.

Clyde, second youngest, has basically a downward-angled version of Billy's hairstyle, his blue jacket worn fully open to show off a light red shirt and blue jeans held up by a belt.

Tiffany, the youngest of the four and the only girl, has light pink hair reaching longer than her brothers' and a pinkish-purple jacket worn fully open like Clyde's blue one. Beneath the jacket is a light purple minidress with what looks like a white belt across her midriff, plus white knee-high boots with a light purple toe area. Her boots appear to have a slight heel as seen in the Pokémon Ranger comic 'W Mission Story' from a side angle.

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