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In the Generation 4 games, treasure boxes can contain different kinds of items that range from common food items to rare trade items that can be swapped in the [[Croagunk Swap Shop]]. They have to be appraised first at {{DL|Treasure Town|Xatu Appraisal}} located at [[Treasure Town]] before one can obtain the hidden item within the box. In certain dungeons, such as [[Zero Island North]], [[Zero Island East]], [[Zero Island West]], and [[Zero Island South]], there will be locked sections in which one must use a key to obtain the box. There may also be water blocking the box. These boxes will hold items such as legendary specialized items and Wonder Gummis. All boxes, with the exception of end-of-the-dungeon Deluxe Boxes and locked room boxes have random contents, though certain items will be unlocked as the game continues.
 
In the Generation 4 games, treasure boxes can contain different kinds of items that range from common food items to rare trade items that can be swapped in the [[Croagunk Swap Shop]]. They have to be appraised first at {{DL|Treasure Town|Xatu Appraisal}} located at [[Treasure Town]] before one can obtain the hidden item within the box. In certain dungeons, such as [[Zero Island North]], [[Zero Island East]], [[Zero Island West]], and [[Zero Island South]], there will be locked sections in which one must use a key to obtain the box. There may also be water blocking the box. These boxes will hold items such as legendary specialized items and Wonder Gummis. All boxes, with the exception of end-of-the-dungeon Deluxe Boxes and locked room boxes have random contents, though certain items will be unlocked as the game continues.
   
In the Generation 5 games, they may contain [[Team Skills]] after being opened by {{p|Rampardos}} in [[Post Town]]. Unlike in previous games, the items are usually [[Max Elixer]]s, although it is still possible to find other items, albeit very rarely. Boxes can also be found in chambers that either require keys or a specific Pokémon type to enter.
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In the Generation 5 games, they may contain [[Team Skills]] after being opened by {{p|Rampardos}} in [[Post Town]]. Unlike in previous games, the items are often [[Max Elixir]]s, although it is still possible to find other items such as Gold Bars. Boxes can also be found in chambers that either require keys or a specific Pokémon type to enter.
   
 
==List of treasure boxes==
 
==List of treasure boxes==

Revision as of 23:59, 29 March 2013

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A treasure box is an item in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness, Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky, and Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity.

In the Generation 4 games, treasure boxes can contain different kinds of items that range from common food items to rare trade items that can be swapped in the Croagunk Swap Shop. They have to be appraised first at Xatu Appraisal located at Treasure Town before one can obtain the hidden item within the box. In certain dungeons, such as Zero Island North, Zero Island East, Zero Island West, and Zero Island South, there will be locked sections in which one must use a key to obtain the box. There may also be water blocking the box. These boxes will hold items such as legendary specialized items and Wonder Gummis. All boxes, with the exception of end-of-the-dungeon Deluxe Boxes and locked room boxes have random contents, though certain items will be unlocked as the game continues.

In the Generation 5 games, they may contain Team Skills after being opened by Rampardos in Post Town. Unlike in previous games, the items are often Max Elixirs, although it is still possible to find other items such as Gold Bars. Boxes can also be found in chambers that either require keys or a specific Pokémon type to enter.

List of treasure boxes



Food: FoodGummisSeedsBerriesHealth drinks
Equipment: GlassesScarvesExclusive items
Recruitment-affecting itemsSeven TreasuresFlags
Objects: Wonder OrbsLookalike ItemsThrowing items
TMsHMsUsed TMsTreasure boxes
Mystery Dungeon evolutionary itemsGiftsDevices
Gates to Infinity exclusive items
Special: Rescue Team Starter SetExploration Team KitLink BoxKey
GracideaPrize TicketsWonder EggSky GiftWish Stone
Music BoxMystery Part and Secret SlabGabite Scale
Treasure BagTight BeltRelic FragmentMunch Belt
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