Southern Island (Friend Area)

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Southern Island みなみのことう
Solitary Southern Island
Southern Island MD.png
Predominant type: Dragon
Capacity: 2
Method to obtain: Buy for 9,500 Poké
Friend Area

Southern Island (Japanese: みなみのことう Solitary Southern Island) is a Friend Area in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team that can be bought from Wigglytuff in Pokémon Square after beating Rayquaza. It costs 9,500 Poké when purchased from Wigglytuff. It is in the Southern Isles area and has a capacity of 2 Pokémon. Upon buying it and getting HM Surf from Solar Cave, the player gains access to the Northern Range dungeon.

Landscape

Geography

Southern Island is a tropical island with several bushes and a palm tree. It also has stones as well as steps to get up to the island.

In-game data

A gorgeous island in the southern seas. It is said to be visited often by the Eon Pokémon.

Pokémon

Pokémon Location
380 Latias Rescue at Pitfall Valley (B25F)
381 Latios Rescue Latias at Pitfall Valley (B25F)


Plains: Beau PlainsSky Blue PlainsSacred FieldSafari
Wild PlainsRavaged FieldMagnetic QuarryThunder Meadow
Ponds: Turtleshell PondTadpole Pond
Forests: Mushroom ForestHealing ForestTransform Forest
Secretive ForestJungleMist-Rise Forest
Flyaway ForestOvergrown ForestEnergetic Forest
Volcanoes: Scorched PlainsCraterVolcanic Pit
Relics: Ancient RelicAged Chamber ANAged Chamber O?
Desert: Furnace Desert
Lakes: Waterfall LakeMystic Lake
River: Rub-a-Dub River
Mountains: Mt. DeepgreenMt. CleftMt. Moonview
Mt. DisciplineDarkness RidgeRainbow Peak
Swamps: Peanut SwampPoison Swamp
Caves: Echo CaveDragon CaveBoulder CaveCryptic Cave
Urban: Decrepit LabPower Plant
Beaches: Shallow BeachIce Floe Beach
Glacier: Frigid Cavern
Isles: Legendary IslandSouthern IslandFinal IslandEnclosed Island
Seas: Treasure SeaDeep-Sea FloorSeafloor Cave
Bountiful SeaSerene SeaDeep-Sea Current
Sky: Stratos Lookout