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Capim Town (Japanese: カピンタウン Capim Town) is a settlement on the Grass Continent in Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon. The player and their partner can visit the town on the Lapras Travel Liner as long as the corresponding Lapras Liner Pass has been bought from the Kecleon Shop.
Points of interest
- Main article: Kecleon Shop
As with other Kecleon Shops, this shop is run by a Kecleon, and sells food, Wonder Orbs, TMs, and other various items. The Deposit Box is found next to it. Once Kecleon has been recruited, there is a "Treasures" section in the shop.
- Main article: Café Connection
Run by Kangaskhan, this cafe is where players can connect with other Pokémon and pick up rewards from doing jobs.
Hawlucha's Slam School
- Main article: Hawlucha's Slam School
Run by Hawlucha, this shop is opened after the first few chapters in the game. Hawlucha can help Pokémon re-learn or forget unwanted moves free of charge, as well as change Abilities, provided they have a Lucha Token. In Capim Town, Hawlucha is found next to Kecleon.
Lapras Travel Liner
- Main article: Lapras Travel Liner
Run by Lapras, the Lapras Travel Liner can take the player and their partner to any other continent provided the corresponding Lapras Liner Pass has been bought from the Kecleon Shop. After clearing a dungeon in the Grass Continent, Lapras will automatically bring the player's team back to Lively Town.
|Japanese||カピンタウン Capim Town||From capim (Brazilian Portuguese for tall grass or similar plants)|
|English||Capim Town||Same as Japanese name|
|French||Capim-les-Champs||Same as Japanese name. Champs means plains.|
|German||Capim||Same as Japanese name|
|Italian||Viridia||From viridis (Latin for green)|
|Spanish||Pueblo Grama||From grama (grass)|
|This article is part of both Project Sidegames and Project Cities and Towns, Bulbapedia projects that, together, aim to write comprehensive articles on the Pokémon Sidegames and Cities and Towns, respectively.|