Lyra Forest is a location that only appears in the first Pokémon Ranger game. Located in the west part of the Fiore region, the forest is also north of the tiny settlement of Ringtown. The Rookie Mission takes place here, along with two other missions later in the story.
Lyra Forest has a few landmarks. One is the Middle Tree, which marks the halfway point between Ringtown and Fall City. Another is the Krokka Tunnel, which connects to Fall City itself. A shrine dedicated to Celebi can also be found deep within the forest.
Owing to its lush interior, Lyra Forest is full of Wild Pokémon. Many Grass-type Pokémon live in the forest, including Hoppip and every member of the Bulbasaur and Bellsprout lines. Aside from Grass types, there are also quite a lot of Bug-type Pokémon that call the forest home, including dangerous ones like Beedrill, Pinsir, and Scizor.
- Although a character named Lyra exists in the main Pokémon games, Lyra Forest's name is unrelated, as it only shares her English name. Additionally, Pokémon Ranger was first released in 2006, while Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver (the games Lyra appeared in) were first released in 2009, over three years later.
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