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The '''Marine Resort''' (Japanese: '''うみのリゾート''' ''Marine Resort'') is a location in [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness]]. It is unlocked after {{p|Manaphy}} returns and tells the {{player}} about it. It has 19 floors with the last floor containing four Deluxe Boxes, each of which contains a [[Food and Gummis|Gummi]], and a Warp Zone taking the player out of the dungeon.
 
The '''Marine Resort''' (Japanese: '''うみのリゾート''' ''Marine Resort'') is a location in [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness]]. It is unlocked after {{p|Manaphy}} returns and tells the {{player}} about it. It has 19 floors with the last floor containing four Deluxe Boxes, each of which contains a [[Food and Gummis|Gummi]], and a Warp Zone taking the player out of the dungeon.
 
It has plenty of [[Food and Gummis|Gummis]], is what Manaphy says.
 
   
 
==Pokémon encountered==
 
==Pokémon encountered==

Revision as of 12:22, 31 August 2010

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Marine Resort
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Marine Resort
うみのリゾート
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Pokémon recruitable Yes
Floors 19
Item allowance 48
Money allowance Allowed
Team members 4
Starting level Current
Predominant type Normal
Boss None

The Marine Resort (Japanese: うみのリゾート Marine Resort) is a location in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness. It is unlocked after Manaphy returns and tells the player about it. It has 19 floors with the last floor containing four Deluxe Boxes, each of which contains a Gummi, and a Warp Zone taking the player out of the dungeon.

Pokémon encountered

Pokémon Floors Levels Recruit Rate
035 Clefairy 1-19  ? -4.5%
036 Clefable 1-19  ? -12%
039 Jigglypuff 1-19  ? -4.5%
040 Wigglytuff 1-19  ? -12%
080 Slowbro 1-19  ? -12%
086 Seel 1-19  ? 3.9%
098 Krabby 1-19 11-13 6.4%
108 Lickitung 1-19  ? 8.2%
140 Kabuto 1-19 1 6.4%
141 Kabutops 1-19  ? 0.5%
147 Dratini 1-19 11 8.2%
173 Cleffa 1-19 14 8.2%
174 Igglybuff 1-19  ? 8.2%
182 Bellossom 1-19  ? -4.5%
196 Espeon 1-19  ? -12%
202 Wobbuffet 1-19  ? -12%
209 Snubbull 1-19  ? 6.4%
222 Corsola 1-19  ? 8.2%
231 Phanpy 1-19 17 8.2%
235 Smeargle 1-19 14 6.8%
241 Miltank 1-19  ? 8.2%
278 Wingull 1-19  ? 6.4%
279 Pelipper 1-19  ? -12%
293 Whismur 1-19 16-19 8.2%
317 Swalot 1-19 49 -12%
325 Spoink 1-19 13 6.4%
327 Spinda 1-19  ? 6.4%
360 Wynaut 1-19 14-15 8.2%
424 Ambipom 1-19 45 8.2%
453 Croagunk 1-19 48 8.2%
463 Lickilicky 1-19  ? -12%
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