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The partner asking for help to make Pokémon Paradise

The Pokémon Paradise, commonly referred to as simply 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, with the exception of Virizion, Emolga and Dunsparce. As the story progresses, the player will be able to expand land, play mini-games, rank up and place facilities.

Paradise Rank

Similarly to Join Avenue, instead of the team's rank like in previous games, Pokémon Paradise is ranked up. The Paradise Rank is increased by earning Paradise Points which are earned by completing job requests. The player can start earning Paradise Points after Gurdurr opens up shop. Increasing this rank will give the player access to more facilities, increase the bag size limit 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 Bag Size Limit Item Rewards
Normal Rank 0 24 N/A
Bronze Rank 50 32 File:Seeds.png Reviver Seed ×2

File:PMDGTI Oran berry.png Oran Berry ×3 File:Gift.png Grass Gift

Silver Rank 150 40 File:Seeds.png Joy Seed File:Seeds.png Reviver Seed ×2

File:Gift.png Water Gift File:Ribbon.png Coalition Scarf 17px Gold Bar ×5

Gold Rank 350 48 File:Seeds.png Joy Seed File:Seeds.png Life Seed

File:SitrusBerry PMDGTI.png Sitrus Berry File:Gift.png Fire Gift 17px Gold Bar ×5

Platinum Rank 700 48 File:Seeds.png Joy Seed File:Iron PMDGTI.png Iron

File:Zinc PMDGTI.png Zinc File:Gift.png Electric Gift 17px Gold Bar ×10

Diamond Rank 1250 48 File:Seeds.png Joy Seed File:Protein Bag Sprite PMDGTI.png Protein

File:Calcium Bag Sprite PMDGTI.png Calcium File:Gift.png Dragon Gift

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, where the game usually asks to save. Other than that, it serves no significant purpose. After a certain amount of progression into the game, the house can be redecorated by Gurdurr.

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 a box like the one in Post Town. It replaces the functions of Kangaskhan Storage and Duskull Bank, this box is placed next to the Kecleon Shop. Like in the original Pokémon Mystery Dungeon games, items are collective and are grouped based on item type rather than being individual items. Materials and Treasure Chests are stored separately.

Request Gates

After completing Hazy Pass for the first time, a gate will have been built on the right side of the Paradise center. 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.

After completing a job request after Victini having opened up his shop, a second gate will appear on the left side of the Paradise center. It functions exactly the same as the first gate except it only works for on challenge jobs.

Challenge Request/Bulletin Board

After completing a job request after Victini having opened up his shop, this board will appear here. One job request later it will be available for use. Generally, harder jobs will be posted here. Only one Pokémon can go on a mission here. However, when accessed through Local Wireless in Companion Mode up to three other players can join.

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 for Gurdurr. Gurdurr, using materials, will prepare new land in Pokémon Paradise, build new facilities or redecorate the house and the facilites. There are eight areas surrounding the Paradise center that can be prepared and designed into four different designs. The chosen design can also be changed afterwards.

Area Designs Materials needed Required Poké Unlocking Requirement
Pleasant Plain 15px Rich Soil

15px Fresh Herb

300 N/A
Cool Creekside 15px Rich Soil

15px Spring Water ×3

600 Three facilities
Fertile Forest 15px Rich Soil

15px Precious Branch ×2 15px Sturdy Vine ×2

1,000 Six facilities
Rough Rockery 15px Rich Soil

15px Lustrous Metal ×2 15px Stone Slab ×3

1,500 Nine facilities

The number of areas prepared determines the maximum amount of recruit-able Pokémon (including the Paradise center):

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

Each area (except the Paradise center) can contain four facilities, which can be upgraded. In order to build facilities, the player has to talk to the signboard (there are four in each area) at the desired spot which will summon Gurdurr and his crew. Once built, each facility is attended by a random Pokémon (with the exception of Starmie, Beartic and Meloetta). After building three facilities, Gurdurr will start upgrading existing facilities. If a duplicate facility is to be built, multiple resources are required. After nine facilities have been built, Gurdurr will start removing facilities if desired. Because the entire Paradise can only contain 32 facilities, it is impossible to have every type of facility built at the same time.

Facility Game

Description

Resources needed Unlocking

requirement

First Upgrade Second Upgrade
Berries and Seeds Shop Poké300

15px Rich Soil ×2 15px Precious Branch ×2

N/A Poké600

15px Ancient Soil ×3 15px Heavy Lumber ×3

Poké1,000

15px Rare Soil ×4 15px Fine Log ×4

Oodles of Orbs Shop Poké300

15px Sturdy Vine ×2 15px Fresh Herb ×2

Gold Rank Poké600

15px Hardy Vine ×3 15px Leaf Bouquet ×3

Poké1,000

15px Everlasting Vine ×4 15px Grass Veil ×4

Elite Boutique Shop Poké1,000

15px Sturdy Vine 15px Fresh Herb

Platinum Rank Poké600

15px Hardy Vine 15px Leaf Bouquet

Poké300

15px Everlasting Vine 15px Grass Veil

Swap Shop Shop Poké300 15px Precious Branch ×2

15px Lustrous Metal ×2 15px Stone Slab ×2 15px Sturdy Vine ×2 15px Fresh Herb ×2

Gold Rank Poké600 15px Heavy Lumber ×3

15px Reflective Alloy ×3 15px Unbreakable Rock ×3 15px Hardy Vine ×3 15px Leaf Bouquet ×3

Poké1,000 15px Fine Log ×4

15px Gilded Metal ×4 15px Endless Stone ×4 15px Everlasting Vine ×4 15px Grass Veil ×4

Prize Palace Shop Poké300

15px Lustrous Metal ×2 15px Sturdy Vine ×2

Bronze Rank Poké600

15px Reflective Alloy ×3 15px Hardy Vine ×3

Poké1,000

15px Gilded Metal ×4 15px Everlasting Vine ×4

Detour Guide Shop Poké300

15px Rich Soil ×2 15px Precious Branch ×2

Silver Rank Poké600

15px Ancient Soil ×3 15px Heavy Lumber ×3

Poké1,000

15px Rare Soil ×4 15px Fine Log ×4

Beartic Slide Mini Game Poké3,000 15px Rich Soil ×3

15px Stone Slab ×3 15px Lustrous Metal ×3

Bronze Rank N/A N/A
Sunken Treasure Mini Game Poké300 15px Precious Branch ×3

15px Fresh Herb ×3 15px Spring Water ×3

Bronze Rank N/A N/A
Oran Field Field Poké300

15px Rich Soil ×2 File:PMDGTI Oran berry.png Oran Berry

N/A Poké600

15px Ancient Soil ×3 File:PMDGTI Oran berry.png Oran Berry ×2

Poké1,000

15px Rare Soil ×4 File:PMDGTI Oran berry.png Oran Berry ×3

Heal Field Field Poké300 15px Rich Soil ×3

15px Spring Water ×3 File:Seeds.png Heal Seed ×2

Platinum Rank Poké600 15px Ancient Soil ×4

15px Well Water ×4 File:Seeds.png Heal Seed ×3

Poké1,000 15px Rare Soil ×5

15px Rainbow Drop ×5 File:Seeds.png Heal Seed ×4

Reviver Field Field Poké300 15px Rich Soil ×3

15px Spring Water ×3 File:Seeds.png Reviver Seed ×2

Diamond Rank Poké600 15px Ancient Soil ×4

15px Well Water ×4 File:Seeds.png Reviver Seed ×3

Poké1,000 15px Rare Soil ×6

15px Rainbow Drop ×6 File:Seeds.png Reviver Seed ×6

Eyedrop Field Field Poké300 15px Rich Soil ×2

15px Spring Water ×2 File:Seeds.png Eyedrop Seed ×2

N/A Poké600 15px Ancient Soil ×3

15px Well Water ×3 File:Seeds.png Eyedrop Seed ×3

Poké1,000 15px Rare Soil ×4

15px Rainbow Drop ×4 File:Seeds.png Eyedrop Seed ×4

Warp Field Field Poké300 15px Rich Soil ×2

15px Spring Water ×2 File:Seeds.png Warp Seed ×2

Silver Rank Poké600 15px Ancient Soil ×3

15px Well Water ×3 File:Seeds.png Warp Seed ×3

Poké1,000 15px Rare Soil ×4

15px Rainbow Drop ×4 File:Seeds.png Warp Seed ×4

Quick Field Field Poké300 15px Rich Soil ×2

15px Spring Water ×2 File:Seeds.png Quick Seed ×2

Silver Rank Poké600 15px Ancient Soil ×3

15px Well Water ×3 File:Seeds.png Quick Seed ×3

Poké1,000 15px Rare Soil ×4

15px Rainbow Drop ×4 File:Seeds.png Quick Seed ×4

Blinker Field Field Poké300 15px Rich Soil ×2

15px Spring Water ×2 File:Seeds.png Blinker Seed ×2

Bronze Rank Poké600 15px Ancient Soil ×3

15px Well Water ×3 File:Seeds.png Blinker Seed ×3

Poké1,000 15px Rare Soil ×4

15px Rainbow Drop ×4 File:Seeds.png Blinker Seed ×4

Totter Field Field Poké300 15px Rich Soil ×2

15px Spring Water ×2 File:Seeds.png Totter Seed ×2

Bronze Rank Poké600 15px Ancient Soil ×3

15px Well Water ×3 File:Seeds.png Totter Seed ×3

Poké1,000 15px Rare Soil ×4

15px Rainbow Drop ×4 File:Seeds.png Totter Seed ×4

Sleep Field Field Poké300 15px Rich Soil ×2

15px Spring Water ×2 File:Seeds.png Sleep Seed ×2

Silver Rank Poké600 15px Ancient Soil ×3

15px Well Water ×3 File:Seeds.png Sleep Seed ×3

Poké1,000 15px Rare Soil ×4

15px Rainbow Drop ×4 File:Seeds.png Sleep Seed ×4

Stun Field Field Poké300 15px Rich Soil ×2

15px Spring Water ×2 File:Seeds.png Stun Seed ×2

Bronze Rank Poké600 15px Ancient Soil ×3

15px Well Water ×3 File:Seeds.png Stun Seed ×3

Poké1,000 15px Rare Soil ×4

15px Rainbow Drop ×4 File:Seeds.png Stun Seed ×4

Training Field Field Poké300 15px Rich Soil ×3

15px Spring Water ×3 File:Seeds.png Training Seed ×2

Gold Rank Poké600 15px Ancient Soil ×4

15px Well Water ×4 File:Seeds.png Training Seed ×3

Poké1,000 15px Rare Soil ×5

15px Rainbow Drop ×5 File:Seeds.png Stun Seed ×4

Encourage Field Field Poké300 15px Rich Soil ×3

15px Spring Water ×3 File:Seeds.png Encourage Seed ×2

Gold Rank Poké600 15px Ancient Soil ×4

15px Well Water ×4 File:Seeds.png Encourage Seed ×3

Poké1,000 15px Rare Soil ×5

15px Rainbow Drop ×5 File:Seeds.png Encourage Seed ×4

Blast Field Field Poké300 15px Rich Soil ×2

15px Spring Water ×2 File:Seeds.png Blast Seed ×2

N/A Poké600 15px Ancient Soil ×3

15px Well Water ×3 File:Seeds.png Blast Seed ×3

Poké1,000 15px Rare Soil ×4

15px Rainbow Drop ×4 File:Seeds.png Blast Seed ×4

Violent Field Field Poké300 15px Rich Soil ×3

15px Spring Water ×3 File:Seeds.png Violent Seed ×2

Platinum Rank Poké600 15px Ancient Soil ×4

15px Well Water ×4 File:Seeds.png Violent Seed ×3

Poké1,000 15px Rare Soil ×5

15px Rainbow Drop ×5 File:Seeds.png Violent Seed ×4

Vile Field Field Poké300 15px Rich Soil ×2

15px Spring Water ×2 File:Seeds.png Vile Seed ×2

Diamond Rank Poké600 15px Ancient Soil ×3

15px Well Water ×3 File:Seeds.png Vile Seed ×3

Poké1,000 15px Rare Soil ×5

15px Rainbow Drop ×5 File:Seeds.png Vile Seed ×5

Normal Dojo Dojo Poké300

15px Lustrous Metal ×2 15px Stone Slab ×2

N/A Poké600

15px Reflective Alloy ×5 15px Unbreakable Rock ×5

Poké1,000

15px Gilded Metal ×7 15px Endless Stone ×7

Fire Dojo Dojo Poké300

15px Lustrous Metal ×2 15px Stone Slab ×2

N/A Poké600

15px Reflective Alloy ×5 15px Unbreakable Rock ×5

Poké1,000

15px Gilded Metal ×7 15px Endless Stone ×7

Grass Dojo Dojo Poké300

15px Lustrous Metal ×2 15px Stone Slab ×2

N/A Poké600

15px Reflective Alloy ×5 15px Unbreakable Rock ×5

Poké1,000

15px Gilded Metal ×7 15px Endless Stone ×7

Water Dojo Dojo Poké300

15px Lustrous Metal ×2 15px Stone Slab ×2

N/A Poké600

15px Reflective Alloy ×5 15px Unbreakable Rock ×5

Poké1,000

15px Gilded Metal ×7 15px Endless Stone ×7

Electric Dojo Dojo Poké300

15px Lustrous Metal ×2 15px Stone Slab ×2

N/A Poké600

15px Reflective Alloy ×5 15px Unbreakable Rock ×5

Poké1,000

15px Gilded Metal ×7 15px Endless Stone ×7

Ice Dojo Dojo Poké300

15px Lustrous Metal ×2 15px Stone Slab ×2

Gold Rank Poké600

15px Reflective Alloy ×5 15px Unbreakable Rock ×5

Poké1,000

15px Gilded Metal ×7 15px Endless Stone ×7

Fighting Dojo Dojo Poké300

15px Lustrous Metal ×2 15px Stone Slab ×2

Silver Rank Poké600

15px Reflective Alloy ×5 15px Unbreakable Rock ×5

Poké1,000

15px Gilded Metal ×7 15px Endless Stone ×7

Poison Dojo Dojo Poké300

15px Lustrous Metal ×2 15px Stone Slab ×2

Bronze Rank Poké600

15px Reflective Alloy ×5 15px Unbreakable Rock ×5

Poké1,000

15px Gilded Metal ×7 15px Endless Stone ×7

Ground Dojo Dojo Poké300

15px Lustrous Metal ×2 15px Stone Slab ×2

Gold Rank Poké600

15px Reflective Alloy ×5 15px Unbreakable Rock ×5

Poké1,000

15px Gilded Metal ×7 15px Endless Stone ×7

Flying Dojo Dojo Poké300

15px Lustrous Metal ×2 15px Stone Slab ×2

Silver Rank Poké600

15px Reflective Alloy ×5 15px Unbreakable Rock ×5

Poké1,000

15px Gilded Metal ×7 15px Endless Stone ×7

Psychic Dojo Dojo Poké300

15px Lustrous Metal ×2 15px Stone Slab ×2

Platinum Rank Poké600

15px Reflective Alloy ×5 15px Unbreakable Rock ×5

Poké1,000

15px Gilded Metal ×7 15px Endless Stone ×7

Bug Dojo Dojo Poké300

15px Lustrous Metal ×2 15px Stone Slab ×2

Bronze Rank Poké600

15px Reflective Alloy ×5 15px Unbreakable Rock ×5

Poké1,000

15px Gilded Metal ×7 15px Endless Stone ×7

Rock Dojo Dojo Poké300

15px Lustrous Metal ×2 15px Stone Slab ×2

Bronze Rank Poké600

15px Reflective Alloy ×5 15px Unbreakable Rock ×5

Poké1,000

15px Gilded Metal ×7 15px Endless Stone ×7

Ghost Dojo Dojo Poké300

15px Lustrous Metal ×2 15px Stone Slab ×2

Diamond Rank Poké600

15px Reflective Alloy ×5 15px Unbreakable Rock ×5

Poké1,000

15px Gilded Metal ×7 15px Endless Stone ×7

Dragon Dojo Dojo Poké300

15px Lustrous Metal ×2 15px Stone Slab ×2

N/A Poké600

15px Reflective Alloy ×5 15px Unbreakable Rock ×5

Poké1,000

15px Gilded Metal ×7 15px Endless Stone ×7

Dark Dojo Dojo Poké300

15px Lustrous Metal ×2 15px Stone Slab ×2

Platinum Rank Poké600

15px Reflective Alloy ×5 15px Unbreakable Rock ×5

Poké1,000

15px Gilded Metal ×7 15px Endless Stone ×7

Steel Dojo Dojo Poké300

15px Lustrous Metal ×2 15px Stone Slab ×2

Diamond Rank Poké600

15px Reflective Alloy ×5 15px Unbreakable Rock ×5

Poké1,000

15px Gilded Metal ×7 15px Endless Stone ×7

Redecorating

After six facilities have been built, Gurdurr will start painting and coloring facilities, except for the mini-games and Musical Paradise. By default, all facilities are colored "Normal" and all fields are colored "Yellow".

Facilities
Color Requirements
Normal 15px Soil Pigment

15px Wood Pigment 15px Stone Pigment Poké45

Red 15px Soil Pigment ×2

Poké100

Blue 15px Vine Pigment ×2

Poké100

Yellow 15px Wood Pigment ×2

Poké100

Purple 15px Metal Pigment ×2

Poké100

Green 15px Grass Pigment ×2

Poké100

Pink 15px Stone Pigment ×2

Poké100

Light Blue 15px Water Pigment ×2

Poké100

Black 15px Soil Pigment

15px Wood Pigment 15px Grass Pigment Poké100


Fields
Color Requirements
Red 15px Soil Pigment ×2

Poké100

Blue 15px Vine Pigment ×2

Poké100

Yellow 15px Wood Pigment ×2

Poké100

Shops

Berries and Seeds

Like the title suggests, this shop sells berries and seeds. It also buys berries and seeds at 1.5× the normal price. If the normal price is an odd number, the higher price will be rounded down.

Prize Palace
Instant Tickets

This part of the shop replaces the Recycle Shop from Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky. Prize Tickets are acquired through other means, except for Prism Tickets which aren't available in the game. Unlike Silver and Gold Rank unlocking Silver and Gold Tickets, respectively, the first and second upgrade of the shop unlock the ability to use these.

Scratch Tickets

For the price of Poké100, the player can get a scratch ticket. This utilizes the Touch Screen. Scratching off two stars wins a regular prize and three stars wins a better prize. There are six spaces, four of which containing stars.

Random Tickets

For the price of Poké100 each, a maximum of ten Mini Random Tickets can be bought daily. The results announcing a win or a loss are released the following day.

Detour Guide

This shop informs the player which floors have detours as the player gets to a new floor in-dungeon. After the first upgrade, a Detour List will appear in the menu which lists all the detours for dungeons that player has previously visited as well as the method of entry.

Swap Shop

Items in the Deposit Box can be traded here for other items. Prize Tickets can also be obtained here in return for "various". In this case, one item of four different ones need to be traded in order to obtain one Prize Ticket.

Item list
Items to receive Items to give away
File:PMDGTI Oran berry.png Oran Berry File:Seeds.png Plain Seed ×2
File:Max Elixer Bag Sprite PMDGTI.png Max Elixer File:PMDGTI Oran berry.png Oran Berry ×3
File:Seeds.png Heal Seed File:Rawst Berry Bag Sprite PMDGTI.png Rawst Berry ×2 File:Pechaberry.png Pecha Berry ×2

File:PMDGTI Cheriberry.png Cheri Berry ×2 File:Chesto Berry Bag Sprite PMDGTI.png Chesto Berry ×2

File:Rawst Berry Bag Sprite PMDGTI.png Rawst Berry File:Chesto Berry Bag Sprite PMDGTI.png Chesto Berry ×2
File:Pechaberry.png Pecha Berry File:Rawst Berry Bag Sprite PMDGTI.png Rawst Berry ×2
File:PMDGTI Cheriberry.png Cheri Berry File:Pechaberry.png Pecha Berry ×2
File:Chesto Berry Bag Sprite PMDGTI.png Chesto Berry File:PMDGTI Cheriberry.png Cheri Berry ×2
File:Orb.png Evasion Orb File:Orb.png Slow Orb ×2
File:Orb.png Quick Orb File:Orb.png Evasion Orb ×2
File:Orb.png Slow Orb File:Orb.png Quick Orb ×2
File:Orb.png All Power-Up Orb File:Orb.png Evasion Orb ×2

File:Orb.png Quick Orb ×2 File:Orb.png Slow Orb ×2

File:Prizeticket.png Prize Ticket Various ×4
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Elite Boutique

As the description suggests, items can be bought here for higher and lower prices than at other shops. The selection of items changes daily.

Oodles of Orbs

Like the title suggests, this shop sells orbs. It also buys orbs at 1.5× the normal price. If the normal price is an odd number, the higher price will be rounded down.

Fields

Berries and Seeds specific to each field can be planted here. After a few days, the player can harvest more of the specific berry or seed. However, the player can occasionally find other items instead of the planted one.

Dojos

Moves specific to each dojo can be trained here, increasing power, PP and accuracy. Daily, Poké100 can be charged to train moves. Alternatively a manual can be used as many times a day as desired. This facility is always attended by a Pokémon corresponding to the dojo type. In Post Town, a Travelling Sales-mon opens up a temporary dojo for a few days that hasn't been built yet.

Others

Sunken Treasure

Run by Starmie, this is a mini-game where the player collects black, blue and red treasure chests by tilting the 3DS. Touching a Chinchou or a rock deducts one treasure chest starting with black chests. Unlike Treasure Boxes, they are opened upon obtaining. As it is upgraded, better items can be won. The game can be played daily.

Beartic Slide

Run by Beartic, this is a mini-game where the player flicks pucks on the Touch Screen into a hole on the upper screen. Beartic charges Poké100 per game. It has a time limit of one minute. Three types of pucks appear in the mini-game: Big-(50 points), Middle-(30 points) and Small-(10 points) size pucks. Ten high score records are kept. While in-game, three different power-up chips appear: double the points, continuous big pucks, and a bigger hole. These power-ups last ten seconds. Prizes include various items in exchange for 1,000, 2,000 and 2,500 points. Prizes differ after won. As it is upgraded, better items can be won.

Musical Paradise

Run by Meloetta, all the background music tracks in-game including the DLC tracks can be played here, similar to Sky Jukebox of Explorers of Sky. The music will keep playing while in Pokémon Paradise.

V-Wheel

After he comes crashing into the earth, Victini opens this shop out of thin air 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. When the game is won, the V-Wave can be changed into any type. The menu displays the type effectiveness and marks the best types based on the moves of the Pokémon on-team.

V-Wave

This is a weather effect associated by type introduced in this game. It automatically changes daily but can be changed by playing Victini's game. Pokémon or their moves corresponding to the day's type are powered up through the effects of the V-Wave. There are three standard effects highlighted in yellow in-game and two more that change daily.

Standard effects
Power up!
Experience Points Up!
PP Energy Saver!


Effects that alter daily
Critical-Hit Rate Up!
Shop Discounts!
Easier Team Attacks!
Recovery Up!
Move Growth Up!
Accuracy Up!
More Frequent Move Effects!

V-Wavecast

After completing a number of job requests, a signboard will be placed by Quagsire. Shortly after, Victini will have crashed and opened up his shop. The sign will be gone; however, the V-Wavecast can also be viewed by talking to Victini.

V-Wavecast is a weather forecast for the V-Wave. The V-Wave type and its separate effects of the day and ten other days can be viewed here.

Errors

  • When checking the amount of Materials Needed, the Menu will say "Materials for Coloring Fields" when "Materials for Painting Facilities" is clicked.


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