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Wonder Orbs (Japanese: ふしぎだま Wonder Orb) are magical items in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon and its sequel, that have a variety of effects. However, they cannot be used in boss battles or against other rescue teams, and certain ones cannot be used against Kecleon if the player has robbed a Kecleon Shop. All are worth 300 Poké and sold for 150 Poké in the first series. In its sequel, Wonder Orbs are worth 150 Poké and sold for 30 Poké, unless otherwise notified.

In Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity, Wonder Orbs can be used in boss battles.

Note that in Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness, certain orbs are exclusive to either game (e.g. Foe-Hold Orb exclusive to Time, Foe-Fear Orb exclusive to Darkness) but can be obtained in the other game through Wonder Mail.

List of Orbs

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
IQ BoosterLost LootMiracle and Wonder Chests

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