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Pokémon Paradise

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The partner asking for help to make Pokémon Paradise

Pokémon Paradise is an outside-of-dungeon place near Post Town in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity, established by the partner Pokémon.

The location becomes accessible after completing the first dungeon. Initially, it only contains the Passerby Post and a signboard. This is also where all the recruited Pokémon stay. As the story progresses, the player will be able to expand land, play mini-games, rank up and place custom stores.

Ranking

Similarly to Join Avenue, Pokémon Paradise is ranked up instead of the team's rank. Increasing this rank will give the player access to more shops and gives the player a variety of items and materials. When Perfect Rank is reached, the player and partner Pokémon can learn the special moves Frenzy Plant (Snivy), Blast Burn (Tepig), Hydro Cannon (Oshawott), Volt Tackle (Pikachu), and Draco Meteor (Axew).

Rank Paradise Points
Normal Rank 0
Bronze Rank 50
Silver Rank 150
Gold Rank 350
Platinum Rank 700
Diamond Rank 1250
Great Rank 5000
Ultra Rank 10000
Master Rank 20000
Royal Rank 40000
Perfect Rank 99999

Utilities

Passerby Post

Available when Pokémon Paradise becomes accessible. This is where the player can deposit Reviver Seeds which saves other fainted players through StreetPass instead of manually rescuing them like in previous games.

House

Built by Gurdurr after defeating him in Hazy Pass. This is where the player and partner Pokémon wake up the next morning after a mission, usually asking to save the game. Other than that, it serves no significant purpose.

Request/Bulletin Board

After completing Hazy Pass for the first time, Quagsire will show you the Request Board. Requests and various missions are posted here. It updates with new jobs after returning from a dungeon.

Deposit Box

Available after completing Hazy Pass for the first time. Quagsire will place one like the one in Post Town. Its function is the same, storing items and money.

Request Gate

After completing Hazy Pass for the first time, this gate will have been built. It opens up after talking to Azumarill for a job. When it's open, the player is unable to leave Paradise Center. It can be closed by canceling the job request.

Shops

Request Counter

After completing Hazy Pass for the first time, Azumarill will be here to accept mission requests and open the Request Gate. Job notes can be stored, accepted, canceled and deleted here. The job list can also be viewed from the main menu. Unlike in previous Mystery Dungeon games, the player can only go on one mission at a time even if they are located in the same dungeon.

Quagsire Assembly

After completing Hazy Pass for the first time, Quagsire will open up shop here, selling items like Kecleon's Shop. After completing Desolate Canyon, he replaces the function of Chimecho in the previous games, removing and adding members of the team for dungeon exploration. A list of recruited Pokémon with the stats and other information can be found here. Recruited Pokémon can also be released here.

Scraggy's Savvy Moves

Unlocked after completing Desolate Canyon for the first time. Acting as the Move Deleter and Move Relearner for this game, Scraggy changes the Pokémon's moves.

Gurdurr Crew

Unlocked after completing another job request after obtaining a Sturdy Vine. Gurdurr, using materials, will prepare new land in Pokémon Paradise or redecorate the house. There are four different areas


Each area can contain four facilities, which can be upgraded:

Facility Function Materials needed Required Poké Unlocking requirement
Berries and Seeds Shop 15px Rich Soil x2

15px Precious Branch x2

300 Available from the beginning
Oran Field Field 15px Rich Soil x2

File:PMDGTI Oran berry.png Oran Berry x1

300 Available from the beginning
Eyedrop Field Field 15px Rich Soil x2

15px Spring Water x2 File:Seeds.png Eyedrop Seed x2

300 Available from the beginning
Blast Field Field 15px Rich Soil x2

15px Spring Water x2 File:Seeds.png Blast Seed x2

300 Available from the beginning
Normal Dojo Dojo 15px Lustrous Metal x2

15px Stone Slab x2

300 Available from the beginning
Fire Dojo Dojo 15px Lustrous Metal x2

15px Stone Slab x2

300 Available from the beginning
Grass Dojo Dojo 15px Lustrous Metal x2

15px Stone Slab x2

300 Available from the beginning
Water Dojo Dojo 15px Lustrous Metal x2

15px Stone Slab x2

300 Available from the beginning
Electric Dojo Dojo 15px Lustrous Metal x2

15px Stone Slab x2

300 Available from the beginning
Dragon Dojo Dojo 15px Lustrous Metal x2

15px Stone Slab x2

300 Available from the beginning

The number of areas prepared determines the maximum amount of recruit-able Pokémon:

Number of Areas Number of Recruit-able Pokémon
1 64
2 80
3 96
4 120
5 144
6 176
7 208
8 248
9 288

V-Wheel

Victini runs this shop where the V-Wave of the day can be changed, if won. It is a spinner with five spaces, Victini's face occupying one space. The game is won if it lands on Victini's face. A set amount of coins (1,000, 2,500, 5,000 or 7,777) can be bet to increase the chances of winning by adding more of Victini's faces. The wheel can be spun daily.