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Deep-Sea Current (Friend Area)

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Deep-Sea Current しんそうかいりゅう
Deep-Sea Current
Deep-Sea Current.png
Deep-Sea Current
Predominant Type Psychic
Capacity 1
Method to Obtain
Recruit Lugia
Friend Area

Deep-Sea Current (Japanese: しんそうかいりゅう Deep-Sea Current) is a Friend Area in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team. It is obtained by recruiting Lugia. It is in the Northern Sea, and has a capacity of one Pokémon.

Landscape

Geography

It is a platform deep under the water. The name "Deep-Sea Current" is a reference to the ocean current that was formed by the Legendary Birds' ceaseless fighting in The Power of One.

In-game data

Legend says this deep, dark place, where a current flows, is home to the guardian of the sea.

Pokémon

Pokémon Location
249 Lugia Silver Trench (99F)


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