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Seven Treasures

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The Seven Treasures and their Guardians

The Seven Treasures (Japanese: 7つのひほう Seven Treasures) are items in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time, Explorers of Darkness and Explorers of Sky given to players after they defeat the Guardians in seven secret dungeons. They are all based on musical instruments.

The only ways in which players can access these dungeons is by being granted the "Secret Rank" by rescuing Scizor from Froslass in Crevice Cave, and then entering the correct Wonder Mail codes or downloading the missions via Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection. Due to this, the missions can actually be obtained twice. In Explorers of Sky however, the mail can be obtained by being received in Spinda's Café.

Before players fight one of these secret bosses, it will address their team as the "Seekers of the Seven Treasures!" and then challenge them. Upon the defeat of a boss, the player will obtain its respective Treasure. After winning them from the bosses, the Seven Treasures may be sold, unlike many other rare items in the game. The bosses may also join the player's team. After the recruitment of a boss, additional copies of its respective Treasure are obtained whenever the player reaches the end of that boss' dungeon. The player cannot reach the interior of these dungeons (where the treasure and bosses are) while completing missions inside the dungeon.

Each of the treasures increases the recruitment rate by 10% for Pokémon of its respective type. Grass Cornet increases the recruit rate for Grass types, the Fiery Drum for Fire types, and so on.

Treasures

Treasure Type Guardian Time & Darkness Code
Location Sky Code
Terra Cymbal
Terra Cymbal
だいちのシンバル Earth Cymbal
Ground MDP383.png
Groudon
#&S6 NY2& YJN=
1P57 F0MN MH7Y
Shimmer Desert
B10F
@9R=4 0S0J#Q2 40548
4FYXJ R#HR8YH #P9F3
Fiery Drum
Fiery Drum
ほのおのドラム Flame Drum
Fire MDP485.png
Heatran
FH0T HYNH R0QF
86N8 +SY@ &%YN
Giant Volcano
20F
7S&X8 T6FCWK- 3-&FP
PM1C9 N7PNT4Q T7&RW
Icy Flute
Icy Flute
こおりのフルート Ice Flute
Ice MDP144.png
Articuno
4MP= K98# CT%Y
R@-- &P7% %K86
Mt. Avalanche
B20F
N22#9 S55M1TR JT2M0
9P%%3 CT6N39S @N5R#
Aqua-Monica
Aqua-Monica
みずのハーモニカ Water Harmonica
Water MDP382.png
Kyogre
FN01 HWN- 00%F
8678 +XY@ &%#3
Bottomless Sea
B50F
@+JXC 7CH5H1J S4T83
@M@J7 @F5P#SK &9F9S
Rock Horn
Rock Horn
いわのメガホン Rock Megaphone
Rock MDP487.png
Giratina
WNWY JXTK &5C1
4N3- P4NM 8K&C
World Abyss
B30F
@QMQ- JNQM7H@ TTT6Q
@288C 2W9N-YJ STK=W
Grass Cornet
Grass Cornet
くさのラッパ Grass Trumpet
Grass MDP151.png
Mew
X%8S WYY+ S-JF
PFH@ @##K 5W8K
Mystery Jungle
30F
%+%6W N=WY+R& %WTJ7
MXT#Q -XCR1S5 7CJJ+
Sky Melodica
Sky Melodica
ひこうのピアニカ Flying Pianica
Flying MDP384.png
Rayquaza
HW+8 66%T 5S51
+J5Y 4-K# H@P-
Sky Stairway
50F
JTF1% 81+THF8 CK#NS
02=53 Y16R1K@ 415RK

Trivia

  • Pokémon.com initially misspelled the Fiery Drum as the Firery Drum.
  • Only the Rock Horn and Grass Cornet do not affect the Pokémon (Giratina and Mew respectively) guarding them.
  • Every member of the weather trio guards one of the Seven Treasures.



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: Exploration Team KitLink BoxKeyGracideaPrize TicketsWonder Egg
Sky GiftWish StoneMusic BoxMystery Part and Secret Slab
Gabite ScaleTreasure BagTight BeltRelic FragmentMunch Belt
IQ BoosterLost LootMiracle and Wonder Chests


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