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*In this dungeon, the player will always be notified of how many items are on the floor, regardless of if they have a Pokémon with the Acute Sniffer IQ skill or not.
 
*In this dungeon, the player will always be notified of how many items are on the floor, regardless of if they have a Pokémon with the Acute Sniffer IQ skill or not.
 
**However, if a Pokémon with Acute Sniffer is in the dungeon, the item count is off. For example, if a floor has five items, it might state that there are eleven items.
 
**However, if a Pokémon with Acute Sniffer is in the dungeon, the item count is off. For example, if a floor has five items, it might state that there are eleven items.
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* If you add all the floors together, thats 37 floors altogether!(not counting passes or the top, this is the most common layout)
 
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← Shaymin Village
Sky Peak Station Passes
Sky Peak Summit Pass →
Sky Peak Station Passes '
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Basic info
Floors: 3-5 for each Station Pass
Rest stops: 8
Traps: Yes
Main type: Unknown
Boss: Carnivine ×5
After 5th pass, first time
Allowances
Recruiting: Yes
Items: 48
Money: Allowed
Starting level: Current
Team members: 4

The Sky Peak Station Passes are ten very similar mystery dungeons only accessible in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky. Each of the dungeons have between three and five floors each. In the first playthrough of these dungeons, the player will be paired up with a Shaymin, though Shaymin will not be present during subsequent playthroughs. This summit paths lead to the top of Sky Peak, the mountain above Shaymin Village. A player can only go through this series of dungeons after defeating Primal Dialga.

Items known as Sky Gifts may appear on random floors in these dungeons. If the player opens these on their own, they will be empty, but if he/she gives it to a friend, they will open it up and a gift will appear inside. One is able to give a Sky Gift give to all the guild members or the player's partner by speaking to a Shaymin in Shaymin Village, or to their friends in real life with an item trade.

The Pokémon in these dungeons begin with Pokémon generally found in Mystifying Forest in the first dungeons, and gradually phasing them out for Pokémon generally found on Mt. Travail. Players can find Hidden Stairs leading to floor with boxes.

Clearings

At the end of each dungeon, the player will reach a clearing. Each clearing has a Kangaskhan Rock with the ability both to save the game. The even numbered clearings have a method of transport called Drifblim's Gondola, in which a Drifblim will be able to transport the player instantly between that clearing, any previous even numbered clearing, and the base camp at Shaymin Village. The only exception to this is the 8th Clearing, which is where an Ampharos lives. On the 9th Station Clearing a Delibird may or may not appear, giving the player a Sky Gift.

Trivia

  • In this dungeon, the player will always be notified of how many items are on the floor, regardless of if they have a Pokémon with the Acute Sniffer IQ skill or not.
    • However, if a Pokémon with Acute Sniffer is in the dungeon, the item count is off. For example, if a floor has five items, it might state that there are eleven items.
  • If you add all the floors together, thats 37 floors altogether!(not counting passes or the top, this is the most common layout)
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Dungeons exclusive to Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky
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