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Appendix:Mystery Dungeon walkthrough/Chapter 6

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After the credits roll through, the game resumes a few mornings after you convince Rayquaza to destroy the star. You might think that all you can do know is to do rescue jobs for eternity, right? Wrong. There are many new dungeons to explore, and new Pokémon to meet.

Evolution

After exiting your base, Caterpie and Metapod come to your base with a problem: Snubbull has completely changed appearance! You and your partner track down Alakazam and a very confused Snubbull, who is now a Granbull. Whiscash shows you a cave that Granbull went into, and Alakazam explains about evolution. You and your partner want to evolve, but the cave only allows one to enter. Fear not, because when you head to the dungeons path, your partner will give you the option to dismiss a team member, enabling you to enter Luminous Spring. Evolve anyone who's ready, then head back to the base.

Stormy Sea

On the path from your base to Pokémon Square, you will find Medicham. Listen to its rant about Lombre, then head to Pokémon Square. Talk to Lombre, and he'll tell you about about a dungeon in the sea. Now visit Whiscash in his pond, where he will explain about the new dungeon, Stormy Sea. Whiscash will give you your first HM, Dive. It is needed to enter Stormy Sea, so teach to a party member or keep it in your toolbox. (The latter is preferable, since Dive can only be used on water terrain.) Whiscash will also unlock Solar Cave.

The dungeon is 40 floors, with no save point in the middle.

Pokémon

Pokémon Floors Levels Recruit Rate
278 Wingull 1-5 23 12.5%
072 Tentacool 1-8 25 8.3%
090 Shellder 1-8 20 12.2%
138 Omanyte 1-9 25 8%
086 Seel 9-14 30 3.9%
347 Anorith 9-17 21 8.7%
079 Slowpoke 11-19 25 12%
363 Spheal 15-24 18 8.8%
139 Omastar 18-27 35 Unrecruitable
088 Grimer 20-29 32 12.2%
141 Kabutops 25-34 28 Unrecruitable
348 Armaldo 27-33 28 Unrecruitable
117 Seadra 30-39 20 -19%
121 Starmie 30-39 22 Unrecruitable
073 Tentacruel 31-39 33 -30%
364 Sealeo 34-39 22 -19%
318 Carvanha 35-39 27 8.9%

Kyogre

On floor 40, you'll find Kyogre.

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Type:
Water Unknown
Ability:
Drizzle
Held item:
None
Kyogre Lv.25
Body Slam
Normal
AncientPower
Rock
Water Pulse
Water
Scary Face
Normal

Kyogre can be recruited the first time you battle it, so make sure to send home team members until your team size is two stars or less.

Buried Relic

Several days after completing Stormy Sea, you receive a letter about the Buried Relic. After reading the letter, talk to Lombre in Pokémon Square, then follow with Shiftry. Shiftry will grant access to Buried Relic (after making you and him compadres).

In the Dungeon

This dungeon has several things to be on the lookout for. It is the first dungeon you find with 99 floors, so prepare accordingly. There are three bosses: Regirock on B15F, Regice on B25F, and Registeel on B35F. After being defeated, the Regis will drop the Rock Part, Ice Part, and Steel Part, respectively. When the three are in the toolbox at the same time, they form together to make the Music Box. Keep this in your toolbox, and Mew will appear between floors 36-98. Finally, four HMs can be found here: Rock Smash on B45F, Strength on B60F, Flash on B70F, and Cut on B80F. Rock Smash and Strength are behind locked doors, so bring keys for those floors. Flash is behind a wall, so switch to a Ghost Pokémon or bring a Pokémon that knows Rock Smash. Cut needs both a key and a Pokémon that can smash or pass through walls, plus a Pokémon that can travel over water.

Pokémon

Pokémon Floors Levels Recruit Rate
042 Golbat 1-4 10 -19.0%
215 Sneasel 1-4 15 7.7%
360 Wynaut 1-4 20 9.6%
020 Raticate 4-8 19 Unrecruitable
066 Machop 4-8 22 10.5%
293 Whismur 4-8 20 8.8%
163 Hoothoot 5-9 36 7.0%
106 Hitmonlee 5-11 22 Unrecruitable
107 Hitmonchan 5-11 22 Unrecruitable
137 Porygon 5-10 R 30 7.6%
092 Gastly 9-14 23 1.0%
096 Drowzee 9-14 35 7.9%
063 Abra 10, 20, 30 16 10.4%
233 Porygon2 10-18 B 20 10.0%
304 Aron 14, 16-19 35 7.8%
316 Gulpin 14, 16-19 20 6.9%
377 Regirock 15 18 0.1% Boss
074 Geodude 16-20 27 9.1%
164 Noctowl 16-20 30 Unrecruitable
132 Ditto 16-24, 26-34 25 6.8%
307 Meditite 17-22 30 5.5%
202 Wobbuffet 19-24 30 Unrecruitable
097 Hypno 23, 24, 26-29 33 Unrecruitable
237 Hitmontop 24, 26-29 22 Unrecruitable
378 Regice 25 23 0.1% Boss
292 Shedinja 26-34, 36-39 5 Unrecruitable
296 Makuhita 30-34 25 10.2%
379 Registeel 35 25 0.1% Boss
151 Mew 36-98 40 0.9%
027 Sandshrew 36-59 30 10.4%
064 Kadabra 40-49 30 -19.0%
239 Elekid 41-59 34 10.3%
122 Mr. Mime 50-69 29 7.4%
247 Pupitar 60-70 35 -19.0%
111 Rhyhorn 61-73 16 7.7%
024 Arbok 65-74 35 Unrecruitable
275 Shiftry 68-74 35 -30.0%
303 Mawile 68-90 30 7.1%
075 Graveler 74-79 35 -19.0%
067 Machoke 80-87 24 -19.0%
093 Haunter 82-93 25 -19.0%
076 Golem 91-99 29 -30.0%


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