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Telluric Path

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Telluric Path
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Telluric Path 地脈のはざま
Ley Line Gorge
Telluric Path PMDGTI.png
Basic info
Floors: 10
Rest stops: Yes
Traps: Yes
Main type: Varies
Boss: No
Recruiting: Yes
Items: 48
Money: Allowed
Starting level: Current
Team members: 4

Telluric Path (Japanese: 地脈のはざま Ley Line Gorge) is a playable dungeon the player goes through in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity. It has ten floors and no boss. This dungeon is accessible after the Pokémon enter the Magnagate portal that Umbreon and Espeon had opened. Recruited Pokémon automatically get sent back to Pokémon Paradise instead of staying with the group. The 5th and 10th floors have a black locked door which requires a Black Key to pass through and certain Pokémon.

Pokémon encountered

Pokémon Floors Levels Recruit Rate
528 Swoobat B1F-B10F 14  ?%
543 Venipede B1F-B10F 16  ?%
547 Whimsicott B1F-B10F  ?  ?%
551 Sandile B1F-B10F 21  ?%
619 Mienfoo B1F-B10F 25  ?%
628 Braviary B5F, B10F  ?  ?%


Item Floors
Poké currency.png 63-119 Poké B1-B10F
MDBag Oran Berry Sprite.png Oran Berry B1-B10F
MDBag Wonder Orb Sprite.png Foe-Hold Orb B1-B10F
MDBag Wonder Orb Sprite.png Petrify Orb B1-B10F
MDBag Wonder Orb Sprite.png All Power-Up Orb B1-B10F
MDBag Wonder Orb Sprite.png All-Dodge Orb B1-B10F
MDBag Seed Sprite.png Reviver Seed B1-B10F
MDBag Seed Sprite.png Heal Seed B1-B10F
MDBag Seed Sprite.png Violent Seed B1-B10F
MDBag Seed Sprite.png Vile Seed B1-B10F
MDBag Scarf Sprite.png Defense Scarf B1-B10F
MDBag Health drink Sprite.png Max Elixir B1-B10F

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