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We are actually missing a plot walk-thru
I will write these 1 part at a time...
I will definitely skip some parts...
so note me about that or give a breif description of what happens

Beginning (type 1 of introduction)
After being asked by the questions that determine the leader Pokemon, you will see a short cutscene in the forest sleeping. Your partner Pokemon will wake you up. Then, you will have a short conversation between you and your partner Pokemon about your memory loss of human life.
Soon, a Butterfree flew to your area and asked for rescue. A mission to rescue her Caterpie baby that fell in Tiny Woods after a fissure. Your and your partner ventured into Tiny Woods for the basic of Pokemon Mystery Dungeons.




Tiny Woods
Mission: Rescue Caterpie at F3[/b]
This should be an easy mission. I recommend players to set their attacks and train few levels here- keep on tackling, scratching, pounding, etc. and have your partner's moves set and let them do the fighting sometimes. Once you enter the third floor, you will successfully rescue Caterpie.

Thunderwave Cave
Mission: Rescue Magnemite at F5
Immediately after rescuing Caterpie, the player will have a rest, and collect their first rescue mission mail. A rescue of Magnemite who are stuck in Thunderwave cave after an electromagnetic pulse.
This would be slightly harder. Continue your tackling, scratching, pounding... And if you did trian some in Tiny Woods, you shouldbe able to use Razor Leaf, Ember, absorb, Water gun, bubble... and other more elemental attacks, unless you are a normal type. GROWLS, LEERS, and other stats modifying moves are suggested. Keep an eye out on Nidoran that *might* poison you.

Mount Steel
Mission: Rescue Diglett at F9
:!: Boss: Skarmony at F9
Few missions after saving Magnemite. A Dugtrio would appear in your headquarter asking for help. It will request you to go to Skarmony to save his son, Diglett.
Bring Max elixir and oran berry if you need to.
Prepare yourself for more diverse type of Pokemon in dungeon, such as fighting, bug, steel, rock, flying, and normal. Use the sane techniques as the previous dungeon. You could svae your stats modifying attacks for Skarmony if you start from F1-4 with offensive attacks. Then from F5-8, combine defensive attacks, or the stats modifiers.
Skarmony will be challenging if you are normal, grass, and water type. If you, the leader Pokemon, is fire type, EMBER away and give gravelerocks to your partner. If the leader is grass type, and have the move Razor Leaf, fire away. If you are normal type, stats change Skarmony with your moves and have your partner do the offense. If you are water type, either try defensive attack> offensive> defensive> offensive in this order, let your partner do the attacks, or both equip gravelerocks.
Recruit Pokemon and give them gravelerocks if you like.

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4th Generation Pokemon

Pokemon Mystery Dungeon features all 386 Pokemon, which includes all Pokemon up to and including those in RSE. It is also possible for one to recruit all 386 of them.

However, several fourth generation Pokemon (ie Pokemon from Pearl/Diamond) do make cameo appearances in the game, and one of which can be encountered directly. This short guide will cover the references made in the game to these fourth generation Pokemon.



4th Gen Pokemon Reward Statues

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ImageBonsly

Does not appear in the game directly, but you can obtain a statue of it by completing all 17 type-based mazes in the Makuhita Dojo.


ImageWeavile

Like Bonsly, Weavile is not mentioned in the game at all, but you can obtain a statue of it to be placed outside your Rescue Base. To obtain the statue, you have to complete a mission rated S or * with the statue as the reward.


ImageMime Jr.

Also like Bonsly, Mime Jr. is not mentioned in the game, but a statue of it can be obtained. To obtain the statue, you have to complete a mission rated S or * with the statue as the reward.


The Legendary Lucario

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Several references to Lucario are made in the game. He is spoken of as the greatest and most outstanding Rescue Team Leader of all, such that even Alakazam speaks of him in awe.

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Unfortunately, you have no chance to meet this Legendary Rescue Leader. However, you can obtain a statue of it if your rescuing exploits merit 15000 Rescue Points.


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Munchlax?

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Munchlax is the only fourth generation Pokemon to actually appear in the game as a character, and encountering it is also the most elusive event out of the events featuring fourth generation Pokemon.

To encounter it, you must first hold an Apple in your Toolbox. Whenever you fulfill this requirement, there is a chance than Munchlax will appear in the Town Square. It will appear from the right of the area, walking past Wigglytuff's shop and Persian's bank, and all the way past the Kecleon shops before disappearing from Town Square. You can talk to it, and after a short conversation you will find out that it's hungry.

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It will ask for some food, and you should simply give it an Apply by selecting it from your Toolbox. Munchlax will munch on it happily.

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Thereafter, Munchlax will thank you, and, in return, give you a Munchbelt before continuing on its way, out of Town Square.

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The Munchbelt is an item which raises Attack and Special Attack, but causes your Belly to lower more quickly.

There are rumours that you can recruit Munchlax, and it seems that it might be possible to do so with the aid of cheating devices. However, it is generally accepted that Munchlax is not recruitable.

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sNOw, can u write a walkthrough like the GBA games? Very much appreciated if u would^^.

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I started one, but it's grossly incomplete, and I haven't had the time to complete it, and instead focused on adding simpler guides. I'll look into completing it though. Thanks for your suggestion =p

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There is a thread on IGN that someone made...It has all the characters that you can recruit in the game...It also lists every dungeon, every ratio for every item in the dungeon, every ratio for each pokemon in that dungeon, and everything else you can think of..I think that it is here....I hop that this helps...


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Thank you, but we prefer to come up with our own guides rather than just linking to other guides or using them directly. Besides, text guides are boring. We have screenshots to complement our guides =p

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Legendaries

This guide will explain where and how you can capture each Legendary. A small section on Jirachi's Wishes has also been included.


An Overview

ImageArticuno
Body Size: ****
Level: 53
Moves known: Powder Snow, Mist, Mind Reader, Ice Beam
Location: Frosty Forest (Frosty Grotto, 5F)
Requirements for Recruitment: Completed the main storyline
Base Recruitment Percentage: 30%



ImageZapdos
Body Size: ****
Level: 45
Moves known: Peck, Thundershock, Thunder Wave, Detect
Location: Mt. Thunder (Mt. Thunder Peak, 3F)
Requirements for Recruitment: Completed the main storyline
Base Recruitment Percentage: 30%



ImageMoltres
Body Size: ****
Level: 52
Moves known: Fire Spin, Agility, Endure, Flamethrower
Location: Mt. Blaze (Mt. Blaze Peak, 3F)
Requirements for Recruitment: Completed the main storyline
Base Recruitment Percentage: 30%



ImageMewtwo

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Body Size: *
Level: 40
Moves known: Confusion, Barrier, Mist, Swift
Location: Western Cave (99F)
Requirements for Recruitment: Must have the Friend Area Cryptic Cave
Base Recruitment Percentage: 99.9%



ImageMew
Body Size: *
Level: 40
Moves known: Psychic, Transform, Mega Punch, Metronome
Location: Buried Relic (From 36F onwards)
Requirements for Recruitment: Must have Music Box in Toolbox. Must have the Friend Area Final Island
Base Recruitment Percentage: 0.9%



ImageRaikou
Body Size: *
Level: 45
Moves known: Spark, Leer, Thundershock, Quick Attack
Location: Lightning Field (30F)
Requirements for Recruitment: Must have the Friend Area Sacred Field. Must have defeated it once before.
Base Recruitment Percentage: 0.1%



ImageEntei
Body Size: *
Level: 45
Moves known: Stomp, Leer, Ember, Roar
Location: Fiery Field (30F)
Requirements for Recruitment: Must have the Friend Area Sacred Field. Must have defeated it once before.
Base Recruitment Percentage: 0.1%



ImageSuicune
Body Size: *
Level: 45
Moves known: Bite, Aurora Beam, Gust, Rain Dance
Location: Northwind Field (30F)
Requirements for Recruitment: Must have the Friend Area Sacred Field. Must have defeated it once before.
Base Recruitment Percentage: 0.1%



ImageLugia
Body Size: ****
Level: 30
Moves known: Whirlwind, Safeguard, Gust
Location: Silver Trench (30F)
Requirements for Recruitment: Must have the Friend Area Deep-Sea Current.
Base Recruitment Percentage: 99.9%



ImageHo-oh

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Body Size: ****
Level: 50
Moves known: Whirlwind, Safeguard, Gust, Fire Blast
Location: Mt. Faraway (40F)
Requirements for Recruitment: Must have the Friend Area Rainbow Peak.
Base Recruitment Percentage: 99.9%



ImageCelebi

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Body Size: *
Level: 45
Moves known: Safeguard, Ancientpower, Baton Pass, Leech Seed
Location: Purity Forest (99F)
Requirements for Recruitment: Automatically recruited once encountered. Must have the Friend Area Healing Forest.
Base Recruitment Percentage: 100%



ImageRegirock

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Body Size: *
Level: 18
Moves known: Explosion, Rock Throw, Curse
Location: Buried Relic (15F)
Requirements for Recruitment: Must have the Friend Area Ancient Relic.
Base Recruitment Percentage: 0.1%



ImageRegice

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Body Size: *
Level: 23
Moves known: Explosion, Icy Wind, Curse
Location: Buried Relic (25F)
Requirements for Recruitment: Must have the Friend Area Ancient Relic.
Base Recruitment Percentage: 0.1%



ImageRegisteel

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Body Size: *
Level: 25
Moves known: Explosion, Metal Claw, Curse, Superpower
Location: Buried Relic (35F)
Requirements for Recruitment: Must have the Friend Area Ancient Relic.
Base Recruitment Percentage: 0.1%



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Body Size: **
Level: 28
Moves known: Psywave, Wish, Helping Hand, Safeguard
Location: Pokemon Square
Requirements for Recruitment: Automatically recruited once Northern Range and Pitfall Valley have been cleared. Must have the Friend Area Southern Island.
Base Recruitment Percentage: 100%



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Body Size: **
Level: 30
Moves known: Psywave, Wish, Helping Hand, Safeguard
Location: Pokemon Square
Requirements for Recruitment: Automatically recruited once Northern Range and Pitfall Valley have been cleared. Must have the Friend Area Southern Island.
Base Recruitment Percentage: 100%



ImageKyogre
Body Size: ****
Level: 25
Moves known: Water Pulse, Scary Face, Ancientpower, Body Slam
Location: Stormy Sea (40F)
Requirements for Recruitment: NIL
Base Recruitment Percentage: 50%



ImageGroudon

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Body Size: ****
Level: 37
Moves known: Mud Shot, Ancientpower, Bulk Up, Earthquake
Location: Magma Cavern (Magma Cavern Pit, 3F)
Requirements for Recruitment: Completed the main storyline.
Base Recruitment Percentage: -10%



ImageRayquaza

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Body Size: ****
Level: 45
Moves known: Twister, Dragon Dance, Crunch, Fly
Location: Sky Tower (Sky Tower Summit, 9F)
Requirements for Recruitment: Completed the main storyline.
Base Recruitment Percentage: -10%



ImageJirachi

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Body Size: *
Level: 40
Moves known: Future Sight, Confusion, Refresh, Double-Edge
Location: Wish Cave (99F)
Requirements for Recruitment: Must have the Friend Area Mt. Moonview.
Base Recruitment Percentage: 99.9%



ImageDeoxys

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Body Size: *
Level: 35
Moves known: Cosmic Power, Wrap, Knock Off, Snatch
Location: Meteor Cave (20F)
Requirements for Recruitment: NIL
Base Recruitment Percentage: -10%



Jirachi's Wishes

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Upon defeating Jirachi, if you have a Wish Stone in your Toolbox, Jirachi will grant you a wish, out of five possible choices. Listed here are the five wishes.


Lots of money

The floor will be filled with Poke which you can pick up.

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Lots of Items

The floor will be filled with random items which you can pick up.

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A Friend Area

You will gain a random Friend Area sold in the Wigglytuff Club.

More Strength

The floor will be filled with random stat enhancers which you can pick up. The items are chosen from among Protein, Calcium, Iron, Zinc, Joy Seed, Ginseng, Life Seed, and Sitrus Berry.

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Something good!

The most complicated reward. This wish can perform any one out of three possible changes, depending on circumstances.

By default, choosing this wish will cause a random Pokemon to join your Rescue Team. You will also gain access to this Pokemon's Friend Area if you do not already have it. The Pokemon will be at level 1 with * for IQ. Some things to take note of

-You cannot get Articuno, Zapdos, Moltres, Groudon, Rayquaza, Kyogre, Lugia, Castform, Deoxys, Mewtwo, Jirachi, Mew, Latias, Latios, Entei, Raikou, Suicune, Ho-Oh, Regirock, Regice, Registeel, or Celebi
-You cannot get version-specfic Pokemon which are not available in your game, unless access to those Pokemon have been activated. These Pokemon are namely Porygon, Porygon2, Magikarp, Gyarados, Feebas, Milotic, Plusle, Minun, Lapras, Mantine, Roselia or Aipom
-You cannot get a Pokemon which you already have
-You cannot get a Pokemon belonging to a Friend Area which is already fully occupied

If there are no Pokemon available for this wish, your Rescue Rank will be raised to the next level, and you will have the minimum number of Rescue Points for that Rank.

If you are already at Lucario Rank, you get a reward of 10,000 Poke instead.

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IQ Guide

IQ is a new mechanic introduced in Pokemon Mystery Dungeon. The higher the IQ of your Pokemon, the "smarter" it gets. As Pokemon gain in IQ, they also learn special skills known as IQ Skills in the process. These IQ Skills confer upon a Pokemon certain advantages which help it function better in dungeons. For a more in depth look at IQ Skills, please visit the site's IQ Skills Guide.


Measuring IQ

In the game, IQ is measured by stars. To view a Pokemon's IQ, simply go to its Summary page, and count the number of stars of IQ it has.


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However, IQ is in actual fact measured by a hidden value - IQ Points. IQ Stars merely correspond to certain amounts of IQ Points, and are therefore a less precise measurement of IQ.

This chart co-relates IQ Points to the number of stars they represent:

1 Star: 0 Points
2 Stars: 10-49 Points
3 Stars: 50-99 Points
4 Stars: 100 - 149 Points
5 Stars: 150 - 199 Points
6 Stars: 200 - 299 Points
7 Stars: 300 - 399 Points
8 Stars: 400 - 499 Points
9 Stars: 500 - 599 Points
10 Stars: 600 - 699 Points
11 Stars: 700 - 989 Points
Max Stars: 990 Points



Using Gummies

Gummies are the only way to increase the IQ of Pokemon. You can feed Gummies to your Pokemon by visiting them at their Friend Areas. Your team leader can also consume Gummies directly when in dungeons, or throw the Gummies at other Pokemon, who will then consume the thrown Gummi if it is holding an item already. Otherwise, it will merely catch the thrown item.


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Consuming a Gummi in a dungeon


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Visiting a Pokemon at its Friend Area



There are many types of Gummies, each representing a type. Different types of Gummies will increase your Pokemon's IQ by different amounts, depending on how well the Gummi "matches" your Pokemon's type(s).

Gummi matches the Pokemon's Type: + 7 IQ Points
Gummi is strong against the Pokemon's Type: + 4 IQ Points
Gummi is neutral to the Pokemon's Type: + 3 IQ Points
Gummi is weak against the Pokemon's Type: + 2 IQ Points
Gummi is ineffective against Pokemon Type: + 1 IQ Point

For single-type Pokemon, calculating how much a Gummi increases its IQ is rather straightforward. However, things get a little complicated when you have dual-type Pokemon. For such Pokemon, you have to take into account how the two types match up with the Gummi, then sum up the IQ Point increase. For instance, feeding a Blue Gummi to a Swampert would give it a +7 Water-type bonus, plus a +3 bonus (since Ground is neutral to Water). This means Swampert would gain a grand total of 10 IQ Points. As such, it can be seen that dual-type Pokemon have an advantage compared to single type Pokemon when it comes to gaining IQ Points.

Gummies also increase the stats of Pokemon, but only when fed to Pokemon at their Friend Areas. A randomly chosen stat will increase by 1 when a Gummi is fed to a Pokemon. However, when the Gummi is a huge favourite of a dual-type Pokemon, such that the Gummi matches one of the types and is strong against the Pokemon's other type, the stats will grow explosively, and each of its stats will increase by 1.


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Psyduck experiences a stat gain after being fed a Blue Gummi


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Marshtomp experiences an explosive stat gain after being fed a Blue Gummi, which matches its Water type and is strong against its other type, Ground.




Other Uses of IQ

Aside from IQ Skills, IQ is also important for other aspects of the game. This section will highlight these aspects.


Pokemon Evolution

For certain Pokemon, a high IQ is a criterion for evolution. For more information on which Pokemon require high HQ to evolve, please visit the site's Evolution Guide.


Learning Moves

Certain Pokemon can only learn certain moves when they reach a sufficiently high level of IQ. Here is a list of the Pokemon, and the details on how they can learn the special moves.

Venusaur
Move: Frenzy Plant
Minimum IQ required: 333 IQ Points
Minimum Level of Pokemon: 99

Charizard
Move: Blast Burn
Minimum IQ required: 333 IQ Points
Minimum Level of Pokemon: 99

Blastoise
Move: Hydro Cannon
Minimum IQ required: 333 IQ Points
Minimum Level of Pokemon: 99

Pichu
Move: Volt Tackle
Minimum IQ required: 333 IQ Points
Minimum Level of Pokemon: 50



Power of Return & Frustration

Generally, the higher the IQ of a Pokemon, the more powerful Return is when used by the Pokemon. The reverse is true for Frustration, i.e. the lower the IQ of the Pokemon, the more powerful is the move. At 0 IQ, Return does a fixed damage of 5, whereas Frustration deals a fixed damage of 45. As IQ increases, Return deals more damage while Frustration deals less damage.

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Do you have anything that tells the recruitment chances for any random ppkemon? I want to find out how long its going to take to recruit my faves. And if you dont have one for all 386, could you make one for the legendaries, sinde those are the ones most people will want to recruit.

And thanks for the guides youve made. I've beaten the game because of them

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I know a few, but I don't have a complete list compiled. Maybe I can include the recruitment percentages for the Legendaries into the Legendaries Guide, for now. Thanks for the suggestion.

EDIT: Base recruitment percentages for the Legendaries have been added to the Legendaries guide.

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A Guide to Orbs

Orbs are new items introduced in Pokemon Mystery Dungeon. They take the appearance of round, blue objects.

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Orbs are round, blue objects.


In dungeons, they function as "power-ups", serving a variety of roles, such as improving your ability to tackle obstacles in dungeons as well as harming enemy Pokemon. Below is a list of all the Orbs that are found in the game. The list includes a description of their effects, as well as the range of each Orb.

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The use of a One-Room Orb turns the floor into one vast room, making it easier to navigate around.




Orbs Listing

Beatup Orb
Description: Synthesis Item
Range: ?


Blowback Orb
Description: Knocks a distant target flying. If the target hits a wall or another Pokemon, it sustains damage.
Range: Straight line


Cleanse Orb
Description: Sticky, gummed-up items are cleansed of grime, making them usable again
Range: All team members on floor


Decoy Orb
Description: Changes the status of the target to Decoy, making it the target of its fellow Pokemon
Range: Foe in front


Drought Orb
Description: Drains water and magma from the dungeon floor
Range: Special


Escape Orb
Description: Allows the rescue team to escape from the dungeon
Range: All team members on floor


Evasion Orb
Description: An item that raises the user's Evasion by one level Range: User

Fill-In Orb
Description: Makes water or magma in front of the user turn into a solid floor tile
Range: Special


Hail Orb
Description: An item that changes the dungeon floor's weather to Hail for several turns
Range: All Pokemon on floor


Hurl Orb
Description: Hurls the target at another foe to inflict damage. Range: Foe in front

Identify Orb
Description: Reveals if Pokemon on the floor are holding items or not. Range: All Pokemon on floor

Invisify Orb
Description: The user becomes invisible to other Pokemon
Range: User


Itemizer Orb
Description: Turns the target Pokemon into an item
Range: Foe in front


Lob Orb
Description: Inflicts damage on the target up to 2 tiles away
Range: 2 tiles


Longtoss Orb
Description: Changes the user's status to Long Toss. Items thrown by the user will fly until they hit a wall or a Pokemon
Range: User


Luminous Orb
Description: Reveals the entire floor to the user
Range: User


Mobile Orb
Description: Changes the user's status to Mobile, enabling it to move and attack through walls and on lava, water, and clouds
Range: User


Mug Orb
Description: It inflicts damage on the target. It also snatches the target's hold item to make it the user's
Range: Foe in front


Observer Orb
Description: Changes the status of the target to Paused, making it incapable of action
Range: Foe in front


One-Room Orb
Description: Destroys all walls on the floor, turning the floor into one vast room
Range: Special


One-Shot Orb
Description: Defeats the target in one shot - if it hits
Range: Foe in front


Petrify Orb
Description: Changes the status of foes in the room to Petrified, making them incapable of action
Range: Foes in room


Pierce Orb
Description: Changes the user's status to Pierce. Items thrown by the user will fly through walls and Pokémon without stopping
Range: User


Possess Orb
Description: A leader's hold item that enables the leader to possess a friend and survive. It only works for the team leader.
Range: Team Leader


Pounce Orb
Description: Makes the user pounce on the Pokemon in front, however distant. If no Pokémon is in the way, the user leaps to the wall
Range: Special


Quick Orb
Description: Boosts the Movement Speed of the user and team members in the room by one level
Range: All team members in room


Radar Orb
Description: Reveals the location of all foes on the floor
Range: User


Rainy Orb
Description: An item that changes the dungeon floor's weather to Rain for several turns
Range: All Pokemon on floor


Rebound Orb
Description: Changes the user's status to Mini Counter. Any damage from Physical Attack moves or a regular attack is partially returned
Range: User


Reviver Orb
Description: A hold item that revives the Pokemon if it faints. It does not work if the holder faints from an explosion
Range: Holder


Rocky Orb
Description: It inflicts damage on the target. It also lowers the target's Movement Speed by one level
Range: Foe in front


Rollcall Orb
Description: Draws all team members to the user
Range: All team members on floor


Sandy Orb
Description: An item that changes the dungeon floor's weather to Sandstorm for several turns
Range: All Pokemon on floor


Scanner Orb
Description: Reveals the location of all unclaimed items on the floor.
Range: User


See-Trap Orb
Description: It reveals all hidden traps in the same room
Range: User


Shocker Orb
Description: Changes the target's status to Cowering, making its attacks go in the opposite direction
Range: Foe in front


Silence Orb
Description: Changes the status of the target to Muzzled, making it incapable of attacks or moves using its mouth
Range: Foe in front


Sizebust Orb
Description: Inflicts damage on the target. The bigger the target's size, the greater the damage
Range: Foe in front


Slow Orb
Description: Lowers the Movement Speed of foes in the same room by one level
Range: Foes in room


Slumber Orb
Description: Changes the status of foes in the same room to Sleep, making them incapable of action
Range: Foes in room


Snatch Orb
Description: It switches the user's status to Snatch. It steals the moves of Pokemon on the same floor
Range: User


Stairs Orb
Description: Reveals the location of the stairs on the floor
Range: User


Stayaway Orb
Description: Changes the status of the target to Petrified and warps it near the stairs
Range: Foe in front


Sunny Orb
Description: An item that changes the dungeon floor's weather to Sunny for several turns
Range: All Pokemon on floor


Switcher Orb
Description: Switches the user's position with another Pokemon, however distant
Range: Straight line


Toss Orb
Description: Enables the Pokemon to throw items.
Range: User


Totter Orb
Description: Changes the status of foes in the same room to Confused, making their attacks and movements erratic
Range: Foes in room


Transfer Orb
Description: Transforms the target into a different Pokemon
Range: Foe in front


Trapbust Orb
Description: Destroys traps in the same room
Range: Room


Trapper Orb
Description: Sets a trap where the user is standing. It does not work if used in a hallway
Range: User


Trawl Orb
Description: Pulls all items on the floor to the user. Beware: if there is a shop, the user will be considered a shoplifter
Range: User


Two-Edged Orb
Description: Drops the HP of foes in the same room to one. If it hits, it also halves the user's HP
Range: Foes in room


Warp Orb
Description: Warps foes in the same room to other places on the same floor
Range: Foes in room

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9.5 /10 awesome guide =) thanks a bunch

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How do i get Lapras, Aipom and mantine?


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Version Exclusive Pokemon

Similar to other Pokemon games, Mystery Dungeon Red and Blue each have their own version exclusive Pokemon. There are a total of 12 version exclusive Pokemon:

Available in
Red Rescue Team only: Plusle, Roselia, Porygon, Feebas, Milotic, Mantine
Available in
Blue Rescue Team only: Minun, Aipom, Porygon2, Magikarp, Gyarados, Lapras

However, since trading is not possible in Mystery Dungeon, how can one obtain Pokemon which are not available in one's version? Fret not, there is a way to overcome this. Notice that each Rescue Mission has a specific Pokemon as its client. Sometimes, these clients are version exclusive Pokemon. Upon completion of these missions, the version exclusive Pokemon will then appear in the wild in your game, if they weren't already available before. These missions can be obtained via Wonder Mail.

For instance, to get Plusle in Blue Rescue Team, you will have to get the Wonder Mail code to a mission which has Plusle as a client from someone who plays Red Rescue Team. Input the Wonder Mail into the start-up menu's Wonder Mail page, and the mission will be added to your Job List. Upon completion of the mission, Plusle can now be found in the wild in your game.



Locations of the Pokemon

Listed here are the locations of the version exclusive Pokemon.


Red Rescue Team Exclusives

Plusle
• ThunderWave Cave 4F-5F
• Lighting Field 7F-19F
• Joyous Tower 5F-8F

Roselia
• Uproar Forest 4F-7F

Mantine
• Grand Sea 30F

Porygon
• Buried Relic 5F-10F

Feebas
• Waterfall Pond 16F-19

Milotic
• Evolve Feebas



Blue Rescue Team Exclusives

Minun
• ThunderWave Cave 4F-5F
• Lighting Field 7F-19F
• Joyous Tower 5F-8F

Aipom
• Uproar Forest 1F-6F

Lapras
• Far-Off Sea 45F-50F

Porygon2
• Wish Cave 79F-84F
• Buried Relic 10F-14F, 16F-18F
• Joyus Tower 80F-84F

Magikarp
• Waterfall Pond 7F-11F

Gyarados
• Evolve Magikarp




Wonder Mail Codes

The screenshots below show Rescue Missions involving version exclusive Pokemon as their clients. By using the corresponding Wonder Mail codes at the bottom of each screenshot, you will be able to make these Pokemon available in your game. Enjoy!


~Red Rescue Team Exclusives

Plusle

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Roselia

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Mantine

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Porygon

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Feebas

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Milotic

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~Blue Rescue Team Exclusives

Minun

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Aipom

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Lapras

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Porygon2

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Magikarp

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Gyarados

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The Gummi Dex

This Gummi Dex will provide details on each of the Gummies in the game, including their locations. Legal (in-game) Wonder Mail codes for relatively easy missions with gummies as rewards will also be provided.

Black Gummi

~Type: Dark
~Locations
Common: Magma Cavern
Uncommon: Mt. Blaze
Rare: Mt. Thunder, Frosty Forest, Mt. Freeze, Stormy Sea

Wonder Mail

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Blue Gummi

~Type: Water
~Locations
Common: Frosty Grotto, Mt. Freeze (Peak), Silver Trench
Uncommon: Stormy Sea
Rare: Sinister Woods, Silent Chasm, Mt. Thunder, Lapis Cave, Frosty Forest, Mt. Freeze

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Brown Gummi

~Type: Ground
~Locations
Common: -
Uncommon: Mt. Freeze (Peak), Howling Forest
Rare: Mt. Thunder, Great Canyon, Lapis Cave, Frosty Forest, Mt. Freeze, Stormy Sea

Wonder Mail

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Clear Gummi

~Type: Ice
~Locations
Common: Frosty Grotto, Sky Tower
Uncommon: Mt. Thunder (Peak), Mt. Freeze (Peak)
Rare: Sinister Woods, Mt. Thunder, Great Canyon, Lapis Cave, Frosty Forest, Mt. Freeze, Stormy Sea

Wonder Mail

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Gold Gummi

~Type: Psychic
~Locations
Common: -
Uncommon: Mt. Freeze (Peak)
Rare: Sinister Woods, Silent Chasm, Mt. Thunder, Great Canyon, Lapis Cave, Frosty Forest, Mt. Freeze, Stormy Sea

Wonder Mail

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Grass Gummi

~Type: Grass
~Locations
Common: Uproar Forest
Uncommon: Mt. Thunder (Peak), Howling Forest
Rare: Sinister Woods, Stormy Sea

Wonder Mail

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Gray Gummi

~Type: Rock
~Locations
Common: Sky Tower
Uncommon: Mt. Thunder (Peak), Mt. Blaze, Mt. Freeze (Peak), Magma Cavern
Rare: Silent Chasm, Mt. Thunder, Great Canyon, Lapis Cave, Mt. Freeze, Stormy Sea

Wonder Mail

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Green Gummi

~Type: Bug
~Locations
Common: Uproar Forest
Uncommon: Howling Forest
Rare: Stormy Sea

Wonder Mail

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Orange Gummi

~Type: Fighting
~Locations
Common: Mt. Steel
Uncommon: Mt. Thunder (Peak), Mt. Blaze, Mt. Freeze (Peak), Howling Forest
Rare: Sinister Woods, Silent Chasm, , Mt. Thunder, Great Canyon, Lapis Cave, Frosty Forest, Mt. Freeze, Stormy Sea

Wonder Mail

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Pink Gummi

~Type: Poison
~Locations
Common: Sky Tower
Uncommon: Mt. Thunder (Peak), Mt. Blaze, Mt. Freeze (Peak)
Rare: Sinister Woods, Mt. Thunder, Great Canyon, Lapis Cave, Frosty Forest, Mt. Freeze, Stormy Sea

Wonder Mail

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Purple Gummi

~Type: Ghost
~Locations
Common: Sky Tower
Uncommon: -
Rare: Silent Chasm, Mt. Freeze, Stormy Sea

Wonder Mail

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Red Gummi

~Type: Fire
~Locations
Common: Mt. Blaze (Peak), Magma Cavern
Uncommon: Mt. Thunder (Peak), Mt. Blaze
Rare: Silent Chasm, Mt. Thunder, Great Canyon, Lapis Cave, Stormy Sea

Wonder Mail

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Royal Gummi

~Type: Dragon
~Locations
Common: -
Uncommon: -
Rare: Silent Chasm, Mt. Freeze, Stormy Sea

Wonder Mail

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Silver Gummi

~Type: Steel
~Locations
Common: -
Uncommon: Mt. Thunder (Peak), Mt. Blaze, Mt. Freeze (Peak), Magma Cavern
Rare: Great Canyon, Lapis Cave, Frosty Forest, Mt. Freeze, Stormy Sea

Wonder Mail

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Sky Gummi

~Type: Flying
~Locations
Common: Sky Tower
Uncommon: Mt. Thunder (Peak), Mt. Freeze (Peak)
Rare: Sinister Woods, Mt. Thunder, Great Canyon, Lapis Cave, Frosty Forest, Mt. Freeze, Stormy Sea

Wonder Mail

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White Gummi

~Type: Normal
~Locations
Common: Mt. Steel
Uncommon: Mt. Thunder (Peak), Mt. Freeze (Peak)
Rare: Sinister Woods, Silent Chasm, Mt. Thunder, Great Canyon, Lapis Cave, Frosty Forest, Mt. Freeze, Stormy Sea

Wonder Mail

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Yellow Gummi

~Type: Electric
~Locations
Common: Mt. Thunder (Peak)
Uncommon: Mt. Freeze (Peak), Howling Forest
Rare: Sinister Woods, Silent Chasm, Mt. Thunder, Great Canyon, Lapis Cave, Frosty Forest, Mt. Freeze, Stormy Sea

Wonder Mail

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Tactics

In addition to IQ Skills, you can also make use of Tactics to control how your partner Pokemon behave in dungeons. Unlike IQ Skills, however, the Tactics which are usuable by your partner Pokemon is dependent not on the partner Pokemon, but on the level of the leader. Another difference would be that you can utilise multiple IQ Skills simultaneously, whereas for Tactics, only one can be activated at any point in time.

To view your list of usable tactics, bring up the menu by pressing B in a dungeon. Go to "Team", and select a partner Pokemon. Select "Tactics" to view the list of usable Tactics. The Tactic with a star beside it is the Tactic currently in use.

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Accessing the Tactics Menu

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The Tactics List



Factors Affecting Tactics

Certain Status Conditions can prevent Pokemon from changing their Tactics. These Status Conditions are, namely, Sleep, Napping, Nightmare, Petrified, Paused, Infatuated, Terrified and Blinker. For more information on these Status Conditions, please refer to the Status Conditions Guide.


Usable Tactics List

There are a total of nine usable Tactics. The default Tactic is usually Let's Go Together. Listed here are also the levels required for a Pokemon to be able to use each Tactic.


Let's go together
Required Level: 1
Description: The Pokemon will try to stay with the leader.


Go after foes
Required Level: 1
Description: The Pokemon will head straight toward any foe it spots.


Avoid the first hit
Required Level: 1
Description: The Pokemon will try to avoid being attacked first. If a foe comes close, the Pokemon will attack.


Get away
Required Level: 10
Description: The Pokemon will flee from others whether they are friendly or not. In its rush to flee, the Pokemon will not be able to use any items.


Wait there
Required Level: 15
Description: The Pokemon will stop moving.


Keep your distance
Required Level: 20
Description: The Pokemon will try to keep its distance from foes while moving.


Go the other way
Required Level: 25
Description: The Pokemon will go off on its own, heedless of the leader.


Avoid trouble
Required Level: 35
Description: The Pokemon will try to avoid foes if its HP is low.


Be patient
Required Level: 40
Description: The Pokemon will stop moving if its HP is low.



Hidden Tactics

In addition to the above nine tactics which you can use, there are also two hidden Tactics which are always in place.

All for one
Required Level: Nil
Description: The Pokemon will try to avoid being alone. It will try to stay with the team (Similar to Let's go together)


Group Safety
Required Level: Nil
Description: The Pokemon will try to avoid being alone. It will try to stay with friends of the same species.

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How do the Hidden Tactics work? Since they both seem to be like Let's Go Together, and if they are always in place, then would changing the tactic to something else disable them temporarily, or not? What about if they team gets separated suddenly, like warping, fighting off foes, or anything else that doesnt involve changing the tactic? I've noticed that if my team gets separated, they wander around the floor aimlessly, and dont stay together at all - what effect are the hidden tactics having on this?

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Well basically how it works is this: The Pokemon will try to stay together with you if they see you. If they're warped, they won't be able to see you and thus will go off in a random direction until they run into an enemy (therefore they will fight), or find you (in which case they will run over to you).
You will still be able to see their little yellow dot on the map roaming around (with or without X-Ray Specs), and as such, you can go hunt them down to get them to follow you, or make a break for the staircase so that you'll all be together upon entering the next level.
Additionally, if you (or your partners) are warped, then the two (or three) partner Pokemon will try to run together (like a train) if they don't find you, the leader. (After the game has ended you can swap for one of them to be leader, regardless of where they are, provided you didn't just find them on this trip to the dungeon.) One will stay in front and the other one (or two) will follow. Once they see you they'll try to crowd around you or get in a line again.

I'm not sure what the Group Safety means, but I'm sure someone else could help you out there.

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Much like Blaziken, i don't understand the hidden tactics. How do you know of them? in what way are they hidden? Are they just part of pokemon programming, given a name as a tactic? I don't want to look stupid, but I really don't get it. :?

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SorcererDNA is mostly correct. However, to be honest, I'm not sure what Group Safety means.

The hidden tactics are in place all the time, and cannot be deactivated. In what way are they hidden... well, you don't see them in the Tactics list, do you?

As for how we know of them, it was found as part of the programming of the game when TK "dismantled" the game data.

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I just looked at the list of dungeons and noticed how the "activation" row was blank. Are you still working on coding that? I'd be happy to help in any way possible. ^_^;

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I noticed an error. It's really small, but it's still an error. You spelt guide wrong in the update list for Aug 05 - Tactics Guide.

It says Aug 05 - Tactics Tuide.

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Yeah, that's a typo. Fixed it now.

As for the Activation column... well, I guess that's just something I wanted to do but yet never got round to it. I think there are some small edits to several of the online guides I need to make too, but yet they are still not done. Since Jigglypuff still does the site updating for me (I haven't had time to acquaint myself with the administrative system), that makes things a little trickier as well. I'll see what I can do once my current course in the Army ends, and I get a little more free time (hopefully, but not for sure).

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could you make a guide on where to find stuff like the sun ribbon?

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eeveeisforever wrote:
could you make a guide on where to find stuff like the sun ribbon?


You mean the locations of Evolution items? They're all listed in the Evolution GUide here: http://www.psypokes.com/dungeon/evolution.php

I think there are one or two errors in the locations though. If anyone spots any, feel free to point them out here.

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