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So, I'm breaking rocks in the tunnel in the original Pokemon Ranger as a mission, and I noticed each of the times they appear, they appear in pairs. I was wondering if you have to break only one in each set or all of them(Because then I'd need 6 Hariyama's which would be a giant pain.) Also, as a side note, do you ever get a different partner Pokemon, or do you always have minun? The closest I got to a different partner was the Lapras, which is just used for travel. Keep in mind this is for the original ranger game, I know you get more than one in Almia and possibly Signs.

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Pokemon Ranger is a fairly difficult game to acquire as it is on the Nintendo DS, not a very popular game, and a spinoff. I doubt many people if any at all have played the game lol. Out of curiosity, do you have a real cartridge, are you playing it on a computer, or something else? I technically own the game on a cartridge I bought off of Amazon that has all the ds games on it, but I'm not going to play it
I have a real cartridge I play on my DS and 3DS.
That's awesome
Yeah, my parents got it for me, they said they had it for a long time, possibly when it was still a new-ish game.
That's really nice. If it's in good condition it could be sold for like $200. Of course you probably don't want to but just saying

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Alright, so I don't recall having to break any rocks in the 6th mission, so I'm going to assume you're talking about the 5th Mission: Clear The Rockfalls!
If you are talking about the 5th Mission, then you have to break all of them, Aria breaks the first one for you though, so you only have to break the 3 remaining rocks to complete the mission. Also, you don't ever get a different partner Pokemon. The only ones you get are the Minun (or Plusle if you picked the female character).

Source: https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Pokémon_Ranger_(game) and Experience

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Okay, yes that's the one I'm talking about and that stinks.