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Rank (Mystery Dungeon)

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In the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series, teams have a rank that reflects the skill level of the team.

Rescue Ranks

In Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team, Rescue Teams have an associated rank that is increased by earning Rescue Points.

Rescue Ranks
Rank name Points needed
Normal Rank Rescue Team.pngNormal Rank Starting Rank
Bronze Rank Rescue Team.pngBronze Rank 50
Silver Rank Rescue Team.pngSilver Rank 500
Gold Rank Rescue Team.pngGold Rank 1500
Platinum Rank Rescue Team.pngPlatinum Rank 3000
Diamond Rank Rescue Team.pngDiamond Rank 7500
Lucario Rank Rescue Team.pngLucario Rank 15000

Rescue Points

The amount of Rescue Points gained from completing a mission depend on the difficulty rating, which in turn depends on several factors, including the type of mission and dungeon in which the mission is to take place. E-rank missions have a white letter, D- and C-rank missions have a green letter, B- and A-rank missions have a blue letter, and S-rank missions have a red letter.

Rescue Points
Difficulty E D C B A S PMD Star III.png
Points gained 5 10-20 40-60 80-100 150-200 300-400 700-1500

Exploration Ranks

In Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time, Darkness, and Sky, Exploration Teams have an associated rank that is increased by earning Rank Points.

Master Rank is the highest rank in Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness. However, in Explorers of Sky, the ranks from Super to Master (as well as Silver) are easier to obtain, and four ranks were introduced above it. The highest obtainable rank in Sky is the Guildmaster Rank.

Exploration Ranks
Rank name Points needed Reward Storage allowance
Time and Darkness Sky
Normal Rank Explorers.pngNormal Rank Starting Rank Starting Rank None 64
Bronze Rank Explorers.pngBronze Rank 100 100 Sitrus Berry 96
Silver Rank Explorers.pngSilver Rank 400 300 Zinc 200
Gold Rank Explorers.pngGold Rank 1600 1600 Ginseng 320
Diamond Rank Explorers.pngDiamond Rank 3200 3200 Protein 480
Super Rank Explorers.pngSuper Rank 6000 5000 Calcium 560
Ultra Rank Explorers.pngUltra Rank 10000 7500 Iron 640
Hyper Rank Explorers.pngHyper Rank 15000 10500 Joy Seed 800
Master Rank Explorers.pngMaster Rank 62500 13500 Joy Seed 1000
Master 2 Rank Explorers.pngMaster * Rank N/A 17000 Access to
Oblivion Forest
1000
Master 3 Rank Explorers.pngMaster ** Rank N/A 21000 Access to
Treacherous Waters
1000
Master 4 Rank Explorers.pngMaster *** Rank N/A 25000 Access to
Southeastern Islands
1000
Guildmaster Rank Explorers.pngGuildmaster Rank N/A 100000 Access to
Inferno Cave
1000
Secret Rank Explorers.pngSecret Rank Rescue Scizor from
Crevice Cave Pit (post-ending).
Rescue Scizor from
Crevice Cave Pit (post-ending).
Can do Special Missions N/A

Rank Points

Rank Points are obtained through completing missions. The amount of points gained from completing a mission depend on the difficulty rating, which in turn depends on several factors, including the type of mission and the dungeon in which the mission is to take place.

Rank Points
Difficulty E D C B A S PMD Star IV.png1 PMD Star IV.png2 PMD Star IV.png3 PMD Star IV.png4 PMD Star IV.png5 PMD Star IV.png6 PMD Star IV.png7 PMD Star IV.png8 PMD Star IV.png9
Points gained (T/D) 10 15 20 30 50 70 100 200 300 400 500 700 1000 1300 1500
Points gained (Sky) 10 15 20 30 60 90 150 250 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600

Paradise Rank

In Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity, the player's team has an associated Paradise Rank which is increased by earning Paradise Points by completing job requests.

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Rank Paradise Points Bag size limit Item rewards
Normal Rank 0 24 N/A
Bronze Rank 50 32 MDBag Seed V Sprite.png Reviver Seed ×2

MDBag Oran Berry V Sprite.png Oran Berry ×3 MDBag Gift Sprite.png Grass Gift

Silver Rank 150 40 MDBag Seed V Sprite.png Joy Seed MDBag Seed V Sprite.png Reviver Seed ×2

MDBag Gift Sprite.png Water Gift MDBag Scarf V Sprite.png Coalition Scarf MDBag Gold Bar V Sprite.png Gold Bar ×5

Gold Rank 350 48 MDBag Seed V Sprite.png Joy Seed MDBag Seed V Sprite.png Life Seed

MDBag Sitrus Berry V Sprite.png Sitrus Berry MDBag Gift Sprite.png Fire Gift MDBag Gold Bar V Sprite.png Gold Bar ×5

Platinum Rank 700 48 MDBag Seed V Sprite.png Joy Seed MDBag Iron V Sprite.png Iron

MDBag Zinc V Sprite.png Zinc MDBag Gift Sprite.png Electric Gift MDBag Gold Bar V Sprite.png Gold Bar ×10

Diamond Rank 1250 48 MDBag Seed V Sprite.png Joy Seed MDBag Protein V Sprite.png Protein

MDBag Calcium V Sprite.png Calcium MDBag Gift Sprite.png Dragon Gift

Super Rank 5000 48 MDBag Red Key V Sprite.png Red Key MDBag Blue Key V Sprite.png Blue Key

MDBag Green Key V Sprite.png Green Key MDBag Black Key V Sprite.png Black Key

Hyper Rank 10000 48 MDBag Seed V Sprite.png Joy Seed MDBag Manual Sprite.png Accuracy Manual ×3

MDBag Manual Sprite.png Power Manual ×3 MDBag Manual Sprite.png PP Manual ×3

Master Rank 20000 48 MDBag Gold Bar V Sprite.png Gold Bar × 30
Royal Rank 40000 48 MDBag Protein V Sprite.png Protein ×3 MDBag Calcium V Sprite.png Calcium ×3 MDBag Iron V Sprite.png Iron ×3 MDBag Zinc V Sprite.png Zinc ×3 MDBag Gift Sprite.png Premier Gift
Perfect Rank 99999 48 Blast Burn, Hydro Cannon, Frenzy Plant, Volt Tackle, Draco Meteor


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