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[[File:Reviser Seed.png|thumb|40px|Reviser Seed]]
 
[[File:Reviser Seed.png|thumb|40px|Reviser Seed]]
 
[[File:Via Seed.png|thumb|40px|Via Seed]]
 
[[File:Via Seed.png|thumb|40px|Via Seed]]
'''Seeds''' (Japanese: '''タネ''' ''Seeds'') are items in the [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon]] series. All seeds restore the Pokémon's belly by 5 when eaten, except for the Reviver Seed which restores everything. Almost all seeds have additional properties in certain situations. For instance, if the seed is thrown at the enemy (or affects adjacent enemies,) the seed may cause status effects or damage to either the user or an enemy.
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'''Seeds''' (Japanese: '''タネ''' ''Seeds'') are items in the [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon]] series. All seeds restore the Pokémon's belly by 5 when eaten, except for the Reviver Seed which restores everything. Almost all seeds have additional properties in certain situations. For instance, if the seed is thrown at the enemy (or affects adjacent enemies,) the seed may cause status effects or damage to either the user or an enemy.
   
 
Jobs often require a particular seed to be delivered.
 
Jobs often require a particular seed to be delivered.
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|sellable=yes
 
|sellable=yes
 
|sell=20
 
|sell=20
|effect=Increases amount of [[Pokémon Dollar|Poké]] on next floor of dungeon. Does not work in [[Aegis Cave]]. [[Lookalike item|Look-alike]] for Doom Seed. Restores Belly by 5.
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|effect=Increases amount of [[Pokémon Dollar|Poké]] on next floor of dungeon. Does not work in [[Aegis Cave]]. [[Lookalike Item|Look-alike]] for Doom Seed. Restores Belly by 5.
 
|descmds= A food item that makes more Poké appear on the next floor. It also somewhat fills the Pokémon's Belly. It is a Lookalike Item for the Doom Seed, but this is one mistake you'll be very happy to make!
 
|descmds= A food item that makes more Poké appear on the next floor. It also somewhat fills the Pokémon's Belly. It is a Lookalike Item for the Doom Seed, but this is one mistake you'll be very happy to make!
 
|locmds= Hidden Land onwards
 
|locmds= Hidden Land onwards
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|sellable=yes
 
|sellable=yes
 
|sell=6
 
|sell=6
|effect= Decreases the user's line of vision. [[Lookalike item|Look-alike]] for Eyedrop Seed.
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|effect= Decreases the user's line of vision. [[Lookalike Item|Look-alike]] for Eyedrop Seed.
 
|descmds=A food item that gives the Dropeye status, where the immediate surrounding area will be dark, even in rooms. It also somewhat fills the Pokémon's Belly. It is a Lookalike Item for the Eyedrop Seed.
 
|descmds=A food item that gives the Dropeye status, where the immediate surrounding area will be dark, even in rooms. It also somewhat fills the Pokémon's Belly. It is a Lookalike Item for the Eyedrop Seed.
 
|locmds= Unknown
 
|locmds= Unknown
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|sellable=yes
 
|sellable=yes
 
|sell=80
 
|sell=80
|effect= Revives a Pokémon; then the Pokémon faints with laughter. Can only be used on Pokémon with the [[Item Master]] IQ Skill. [[Lookalike item|Look-alike]] for Reviver Seed.
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|effect= Revives a Pokémon; then the Pokémon faints with laughter. Can only be used on Pokémon with the [[Item Master]] IQ Skill. [[Lookalike Item|Look-alike]] for Reviver Seed.
 
|descmds=An item that revives a fainted Pokémon...right? And after reviving? It becomes a Plain Seed after use. It can only be used by a Pokémon that knows the [[Item Master]] IQ Skill. It is a Lookalike Item for the Reviver Seed, so be careful!
 
|descmds=An item that revives a fainted Pokémon...right? And after reviving? It becomes a Plain Seed after use. It can only be used by a Pokémon that knows the [[Item Master]] IQ Skill. It is a Lookalike Item for the Reviver Seed, so be careful!
 
|locmds= All dungeons containing Reviver Seeds
 
|locmds= All dungeons containing Reviver Seeds
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|sellable=yes
 
|sellable=yes
 
|sell=35
 
|sell=35
|effect= Allows user to walk on water. [[Lookalike item|Look-alike]] for Sleep Seed.
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|effect= Allows user to walk on water. [[Lookalike Item|Look-alike]] for Sleep Seed.
 
|descmds=A food item that gives the Slip status, where it is possible to walk on water. It also somewhat fills the Pokémon's Belly. It is a Lookalike Item for the Sleep Seed, but you'll be pleasantly surprised when you make a mistake on this one!
 
|descmds=A food item that gives the Slip status, where it is possible to walk on water. It also somewhat fills the Pokémon's Belly. It is a Lookalike Item for the Sleep Seed, but you'll be pleasantly surprised when you make a mistake on this one!
 
|locmds= Waterfall Cave onwards
 
|locmds= Waterfall Cave onwards
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|sellable=yes
 
|sellable=yes
 
|sell=50
 
|sell=50
|effect= Makes the user say "See ya!" and warp to a different place on the floor. [[Lookalike item|Look-alike]] for Vile Seed.
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|effect= Makes the user say "See ya!" and warp to a different place on the floor. [[Lookalike Item|Look-alike]] for Vile Seed.
 
|descmds=A food item that causes the user to say, "See ya!" and warp elsewhere on the floor. It also slightly fills the Pokémon's Belly. It is a Lookalike Item for the Vile Seed, so be careful!
 
|descmds=A food item that causes the user to say, "See ya!" and warp elsewhere on the floor. It also slightly fills the Pokémon's Belly. It is a Lookalike Item for the Vile Seed, so be careful!
 
|locmds= Mt.Bristle}}
 
|locmds= Mt.Bristle}}

Revision as of 04:50, 13 March 2013

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Reviser Seed
Via Seed

Seeds (Japanese: タネ Seeds) are items in the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series. All seeds restore the Pokémon's belly by 5 when eaten, except for the Reviver Seed which restores everything. Almost all seeds have additional properties in certain situations. For instance, if the seed is thrown at the enemy (or affects adjacent enemies,) the seed may cause status effects or damage to either the user or an enemy.

Jobs often require a particular seed to be delivered.

In Explorers of Darkness and Explorers of Sky, seeds can be found in dungeons or purchased at Kecleon Shops in Treasure Town or in dungeons.

List of Seeds

"Post-story dungeons" refers to dungeons that can only be unlocked after the credits roll in the game.

In the anime

A Quick Seed was seen in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Team Go-Getters Out of the Gate!, where Pikachu gave it to Squirtle, so that the Tiny Turtle Pokémon could outspeed the Skarmory that was keeping Pikachu and his little brother Pichu as hostages, and defeat it.



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