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Ramanas Park: How to Catch Past Legendary Pokémon

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Vincent Lau

This page explains how to catch past Legendary Pokémon in Ramanas Park.

(1 of 2) Ramanas Park is located at the end of Route 221.

Ramanas Park is located at the end of Route 221. (left), The park has multiple doorways that lead to mind-boggling rooms. (right)

What is Ramanas Park?

Ramanas Park is a post-game area where you can catch certain Legendary Pokémon from previous generations. It replaces Pal Park in the original Diamond and Pearl games. You can access Ramanas Park after entering the Hall of Fame in the Pokémon League and obtaining the National Pokédex.

Where to Find Ramanas Park

Like the old Pal Park, you can reach Ramanas Park by traveling along Route 221, accessible by heading south from Sandgem Town and cutting through Routes 219 and 220. The Hidden Move Surf is required. However, you cannot enter the actual park until you’re the Champion and have the National Dex.

What to do in Ramanas Park

(1 of 2) The bottom vendor in the gatehouse lets you exchange Mysterious Shards for various Slates.

The bottom vendor in the gatehouse lets you exchange Mysterious Shards for various Slates. (left), Mysterious Shards are only found while digging in the Grand Underground. (right)

Within the park, there are various enigmatic rooms, where you can insert Slates purchased from the bottom vendor inside the Ramanas Park gatehouse. These slates require Mysterious Shards, which can be randomly obtained when digging in the Grand Underground.

By placing the correct slate in the pedestal inside the room, you can make Legendary Pokémon appear, then fight and catch them.

Tier 1

The following room is available from the start.

Room Legendary Pokémon Required Plate Exclusive
Discovery Room Regirock, Regice and Registeel Discovery Slate No

Tier 2

The following rooms are available after completing the Tier 1 room.

Room Legendary Pokémon Required Plate Exclusive
Soul Room Latios and Latias Soul Slate No
Kanto Room Articuno, Zapdos and Moltres Kanto Slate Shining Pearl
Johto Room Raikou, Entei and Suicune Johto Slate Brilliant Diamond

Tier 3

The following rooms are available after completing all of the Tier 2 rooms (for your version).

Room Legendary Pokémon Required Plate Exclusive
Rainbow Room Ho-Oh Rainbow Slate Brilliant Diamond
Squall Room Lugia Squall Slate Shining Pearl
Oceanic Room Kyogre Oceanic Slate No
Tectonic Room Groudon Tectonic Slate No
Stratospheric Room Rayquaza Stratospheric Slate No
Genome Room Mewtwo Genome Slate No
Distortion Room None (See Note) Distortion Slate No

The Distortion Room

Unlike the other rooms, you can fight but not capture a shadow version of Origin Forme Giratina. Afterwards, you’ll obtain the Griseous Orb item here, which changes Giratina into its Origin Forme when held.

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Guide Information

  • Publisher
    Pokemon Company International
  • Platforms
    Switch
  • Genre
    RPG
  • Guide Release
    29 October 2021
  • Last Updated
    16 January 2022
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