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* Team A.C.T. is instead defeated, and a new team, comprised of {{p|Blastoise}}, {{p|Octillery}} and {{p|Golem}}, is formed to go rescue them.
 
* Team A.C.T. is instead defeated, and a new team, comprised of {{p|Blastoise}}, {{p|Octillery}} and {{p|Golem}}, is formed to go rescue them.
 
* The new team is also defeated. The player goes to Magma Cavern themselves to rescue Team A.C.T.
 
* The new team is also defeated. The player goes to Magma Cavern themselves to rescue Team A.C.T.
* After defeating Groudon, Natu announces that a falling star is headed towards the planet, and that it is the meteor that is causing the imbalance in nature.
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* After defeating Groudon, Xatu announces that a falling star is headed towards the planet, and that it is the meteor that is causing the imbalance in nature.
 
* Gardevoir reveals to the player, in a dream, the true reason for its transformation: the player was destined to be the saviour of the Pokémon world; the player decided to erase the memories of being a human in order to cleanse the heart and mind.
 
* Gardevoir reveals to the player, in a dream, the true reason for its transformation: the player was destined to be the saviour of the Pokémon world; the player decided to erase the memories of being a human in order to cleanse the heart and mind.
 
* The player goes to find {{p|Rayquaza}} in order to convince it to destroy the falling star.
 
* The player goes to find {{p|Rayquaza}} in order to convince it to destroy the falling star.

Revision as of 00:11, 11 October 2006

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Red Rescue Team and Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Blue Rescue Team are a matched pair of Pokémon games for the Game Boy Advance and Nintendo DS, respectively. These two games were developed by Chunsoft and were published by Nintendo. They were released in Japan on November 17, 2005, and were released in the U.S. on September 18, 2006. Release dates in other countries have yet to be announced. A special episode based on the game was broadcast in the U.S. on September 8, 2006: Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Go-Getters out of the Gate!.

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon starts with yourself as a human who is turned into a Pokémon via a series of questions at the start of the game.

When you discover you are a Pokémon, you will first meet your partner who also happens to be a Pokémon. You will start your journey by going out to find a lost Caterpie. Once this first quest is done, your journey will start to unfold.

All Pokémon from Generations I, II, and III are available in this game, and you are able to battle and befriend all of them to join your team. You will travel across this new land and enter and fight in dungeon levels.

Gameplay

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon is an adaptation of the Fushigi no Dungeon games for Pokémon. Like the main Pokémon RPGs, it has two gameplay modes; unlike the main RPGs, battle mode and dungeon mode are not distinct. It is a semi-turn-based game, with each step, attack, or item use being counted as a single turn.

The size of a party is limited to four in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon, compared to six in the main RPGs; furthermore, players are only able to directly control one Pokémon: their own character (or, later in the game, any other befriended Pokémon). The player's teammates are essentially autonomous, with player control being limited to general strategy such as avoiding Pokémon battles or not moving and staying in one place.

Plot

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Main story

  • The player wakes up one day in the Pokémon world, a human turned into a Pokémon.
  • This world is suffering an imbalance in nature, with natural disasters occuring everywhere.
  • The player and their partner form a rescue team after successfully rescuing Caterpie.
  • Team Meanies steal the requests for help from the player's mailbox.
  • The player consults Xatu for an explanation of their presence in this world as a Pokémon.
  • The player learns of the legend of Ninetales: one day, a human angered a Ninetales and was cursed, however, his Gardevoir took the curse upon itself to save its master. However, the human selfishly deserts the cursed Gardevoir. Ninetails prophesises that the selfish human would be reborn as a Pokémon, and when that happens, the balance of nature in the world would collapse.
  • Gengar convinces the Pokémon that the player is the selfish human in the legend of Ninetales, and they decide to run them out of town.
  • The player meets the Ninetales of the legend and discovers that while part of the legend is true, and even though the selfish human from the legend is alive, the player is not that human.
  • The player returns to the town, and Gengar is discredited. Meanwhile Team A.C.T. goes to the Magma Caverns to defeat Groudon.
  • Wynaut and Wobbuffet ask the player to go defeat the Mankey gang in the Uproar Forest. In return, they offer a peeled Chestnut, which are in turn used to convince the Mankey gang to help renovate the Rescue Team Base.
  • Team A.C.T. is instead defeated, and a new team, comprised of Blastoise, Octillery and Golem, is formed to go rescue them.
  • The new team is also defeated. The player goes to Magma Cavern themselves to rescue Team A.C.T.
  • After defeating Groudon, Xatu announces that a falling star is headed towards the planet, and that it is the meteor that is causing the imbalance in nature.
  • Gardevoir reveals to the player, in a dream, the true reason for its transformation: the player was destined to be the saviour of the Pokémon world; the player decided to erase the memories of being a human in order to cleanse the heart and mind.
  • The player goes to find Rayquaza in order to convince it to destroy the falling star.
  • The player ends up in the netherworld in the aftermath of the explosion; Gengar somehow helps them return to the Pokémon world.
  • As the Pokémon celebrate the end of the calamities, the player says farewell and leaves to return to the human world.
  • After the credits roll, the player decides to remain in the Pokémon world, and reappears at the rescue base.

Epilogue

  • Gengar reveals himself to be the selfish human in the legend of Ninetales, and is the master of Gardevoir.
  • The player and Gengar go rescue Gardevoir.

Characters

Playable characters

Male Female
Bulbasaur Docile Calm
Squirtle Jolly Relaxed
Charmander Hardy Brave
Pikachu Impish Hardy
Meowth* Quirky
Psyduck* Relaxed Lonely
Machop* Brave
Cubone* Lonely Impish
Eevee* Naive
Chikorita Docile
Totodile Naive Jolly
Cyndaquil Timid
Treecko Sassy Quirky
Mudkip Calm Timid
Torchic Hasty Sassy
Skitty* Hasty

Notes:

  • *: These Pokémon may not be selected as your partner.
  • Some characters are only available to players of a certain gender.

Non-player characters

Plot-set friends

Pokémon Square

Pelipper Post Office

Rescue teams

Bosses

  1. Skarmory
  2. Team Meanies
  3. Zapdos
  4. Moltres
  5. Articuno
  6. Groudon
  7. Rayquaza
  8. Kyogre
  9. Regirock
  10. Regice
  11. Registeel
  12. Mew
  13. Latios
  14. Entei
  15. Raikou
  16. Suicune
  17. Ho-oh
  18. Jirachi
  19. Lugia
  20. Deoxys
  21. Mewtwo

Dungeons

Tiny Woods ちいさな もり
Thunderwave Cave でんじはの どうくつ
Mt. Steel ハガネやま
Sinister Woods あやしい もり
Silent Chasm ちんもくの たに
Mt. Thunder ライメイの やま
Mt. Thunder Peak ライメイの やま さんちょう
Great Canyon おおいなる きょうこく
Lapis Cave ぐんじょうの どうくつ
Mt. Blaze ほのおの やま
Mt. Blaze Peak ほのおの やま さんちょう
Frosty Forest じゅひょうの もり
Frosty Grotto じゅひょうの もり おくち
Mt. Freeze ひょうせつの れいほう
Mt. Freeze Peak ひょうせつの れいほう おくち
Magma Cavern マグマの ちてい
Magma Cavern Pit マグマの ちてい さいかそう
Sky Tower てんくうの とう
Sky Tower Summit てんくうの とう さいじょうかい
Stormy Sea あらしの かいいき
Silver Trench ぎんの かいこう
Meteor Cave いんせきの どうくつ
Western Cave にしの どうくつ
Wish Cave ねがいの どうくつ
Buried Relic ちてい いせき
Pitfall Valley ならくの たに
Northern Range きたの さんみゃく
Desert Region さばく ちたい
Southern Cavern みなみの ほらあな
Wyvern Hill ひりゅうの おか
Fiery Field ほのおの だいち
Solar Cave たいようの どうくつ
Northwind Field きたかぜの だいち
Lightning Field イナズマの だいち
Darknight Relic あんや いせき
Murky Cave やみの どうくつ
Grand Sea おおきな うみ
Uproar Forest さわぎの もり
Oddity Cave いへんの どうくつ
Remains Island のこされた しま
Marvelous Sea ふしぎの うみ
Rock Path いわの よこあな
Snow Path ゆきの よこあな
Howling Forest とおぼえの もり
Unown Relic アンノーンの いせき
Joyous Tower しあわせの とう
Far-off Sea さいはての うみ
Mt. Faraway はるかなる れいほう
Purity Forest きよらかな もり

Trivia

  • This is the first game to date that allows the player to understand what Pokémon are saying.
    • ..., except for the Wobbuffet who helps renovate the rescue team base, who seems to only be able to say Wobbuffet. However, since it's Japanese name can be taken to mean "That's right", it is likely that it was intended to simply constantly be agreeing with Wynaut.

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