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'''Chasm Cave''' (Japanese: '''くうかんのどうくつ''' ''Spatial Cave'') is a dungeon in [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness]] and [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky]]. It has eight floors and leads to [[Dark Hill]]. Since it is located in the future, it cannot be revisited and no Pokémon can be recruited inside of this dungeon. Floors 5-8 have path and flying rocks colored blue instead of normal color.
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'''Chasm Cave''' (Japanese: '''くうかんのどうくつ''' ''Spatial Cave'') is a dungeon in [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness]] and [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky]]. It has 8 floors and leads to [[Dark Hill]]. Since it is located in the future, it cannot be revisited and no Pokémon can be recruited inside of this dungeon.
   
 
As the first dungeon in the future, it has many different features. It has no walls, and as a result, the player will be warped elsewhere if they go off the path. Also, enemies can attack the player from the empty space. There are also many new items found here, which will also be found in other future dungeons.
 
As the first dungeon in the future, it has many different features. It has no walls, and as a result, the player will be warped elsewhere if they go off the path. Also, enemies can attack the player from the empty space. There are also many new items found here, which will also be found in other future dungeons.
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Revision as of 04:43, 1 May 2011

← Crystal Crossing
Chasm Cave
Dark Hill →
Chasm Cave
くうかんのどうくつ
Chasm Cave S.png
Pokémon recruitable No
Floors 8
Item allowance 48
Money allowance Allowed
Team members 2
Starting level Current
Predominant type Steel
Boss None

Chasm Cave (Japanese: くうかんのどうくつ Spatial Cave) is a dungeon in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness and Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky. It has 8 floors and leads to Dark Hill. Since it is located in the future, it cannot be revisited and no Pokémon can be recruited inside of this dungeon.

As the first dungeon in the future, it has many different features. It has no walls, and as a result, the player will be warped elsewhere if they go off the path. Also, enemies can attack the player from the empty space. There are also many new items found here, which will also be found in other future dungeons.

Pokémon encountered

Pokémon Floors Levels Recruit Rate
227 Skarmory 1-5  ? Unrecruitable
132 Ditto 1-8  ? Unrecruitable
425 Drifloon 1-4  ? Unrecruitable
426 Drifblim 5-8  ? Unrecruitable
326 Grumpig 1-8  ? Unrecruitable
081 Magnemite 1-5  ? Unrecruitable
082 Magneton 6-8  ? Unrecruitable
095 Onix 3-8  ? Unrecruitable
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