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Revision as of 17:20, 14 July 2013

← Crystal Cave
Crystal Crossing
Chasm Cave →
Crystal Crossing だいすいしょうのみち
Big Crystal Road
Basic info
Floors: 14*
Rest stops: No
Traps: Yes
Monster Houses: {{{monsterhouses}}}
Main type: None
Boss: Grovyle*
Recruiting: Yes
Items: 48
Money: Allowed
Starting level: Current
Team members: 4

Crystal Crossing (Japanese: だいすいしょうのみち Big Crystal Road) is a dungeon in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness, and Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky. It is unlocked after clearing Crystal Cave, which was unlocked by turning the three crystals blue. It has 13 floors (14 if Crystal Lake is included). Crystal Lake is where the player battles Grovyle on their first visit. After the end credits, Azelf will be the boss and will be recruited upon defeat.

Pokémon encountered

Pokémon Floors Levels Recruit Rate
419 Floatzel B1F-B7F 28-29 0.5%
413 Wormadam
Plant Cloak
B1F-B8F 26-27 8.2%
371 Bagon B1F-B7F 28-29 6.4%
431 Glameow B7F-B13F 29-30 8.2%
359 Absol B8F-B13F 29-30 6.8%
362 Glalie B8F-B13F 29-30 0.5%
478 Froslass B9F-B13F 29-30 -10%
253 Grovyle B14F 44 Unrecruitable
482 Azelf B14F 42 100%
Azelf can be recruited after beating the game.

Traps encountered

Along the way though this dungeon, players will encounter as many traps as they did in Crystal Cave.

Image Trap
ChestnutTrap.png Chestnut Trap
SelfdestructTrap.png Selfdestruct Trap
WarpTrap.png Warp Trap
SlowTrap.png Slow Trap
SpinTrap.png Spin Trap
File:PokemonTrap.png Pokémon Trap
SlumberTrap.png Slumber Trap
SummonTrap.png Summon Trap
GustTrap.png Gust Trap
PoisonTrap.png Poison Trap
TripTrap.png Trip Trap


  • Pecha Berries
  • Oran Berries
  • Link Box
  • Insomniscope
  • Silver Spikes (4)
  • Orbs
    • Foe-Fear
    • Rollcall
    • Transfer
    • Escape
    • All-Hit
    • Slumber
  • Gummis
    • Red
    • Black
    • Gold
  • Seeds
    • Pure
    • Violent
    • Sleep
    • Reviver
  • Scarfs
    • Power Band

Poké encountered here is found in packs of 29-101. There seems to be no connection to items and floor.

Locations in Pokémon world in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time, Explorers of Darkness and Explorers of Sky
Major locations
Sharpedo BluffTreasure TownKangaskhan StorageKecleon Shop
Marowak DojoChimecho AssemblyWigglytuff's GuildCroagunk's Swap Shop
BeachFogbound LakeHot SpringLuminous SpringPelipper Island
Spinda's CaféSShaymin VillageSSky PeakS
Beach CaveDrenched BluffMt. BristleWaterfall CaveApple Woods
Side PathCraggy CoastRock PathMt. HornForest Path
Foggy ForestSteam CaveAmp PlainsNorthern DesertQuicksand Cave
Crystal CaveCrystal CrossingChasm CaveDark HillSealed Ruin
Dusk ForestDeep Dusk ForestTreeshroud ForestBrine CaveHidden Land
Temporal TowerMystifying ForestBlizzard IslandCrevice CaveSurrounded Sea
Miracle SeaAegis CaveMt. TravailThe NightmareSpacial Rift
Dark CraterConcealed RuinsMarine ResortBottomless SeaShimmer Desert
Mt. AvalancheGiant VolcanoWorld AbyssSky StairwayMystery Jungle
Serenity RiverLandslide CaveLush PrairieTiny MeadowLabyrinth Cave
Oran ForestLake AfarHappy OutlookMt. MistralShimmer Hill
Lost WildernessMidnight ForestZero Isle NorthZero Isle EastZero Isle South
Zero Isle WestFinal Maze
Dungeons exclusive to Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky
Sky Peak Mountain PathStar CaveMurky ForestEastern Cave
Fortune RavineSpring CaveSouthern JungleBoulder Quarry
Left Cave PathRight Cave PathLimestone CavernBarren ValleyDark Wasteland
Spacial CliffsDark Ice MountainIcicle ForestVast Ice MountainZero Isle Center
Destiny TowerOblivion ForestTreacherous WatersSoutheastern IslandsInferno Cave
Demo only:
Little PlainsMt. ClearChallenge RiverTrial ForestGuiding SeaHidden Shopkeeper Village
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