Music Box

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The Music Box (Japanese: オルゴール Music Box) is an item that only exists in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team and Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX. When the Rock Part, Ice Part, and Steel Part are joined together, the Music Box is formed. The Music Box will crumble if the player attempts to use it.

If the Music Box has been formedRTDX/is in the player's ToolboxRB, Mew will randomly appear on floors 36 through 98RB/40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, and 98RTDX of the Buried Relic.

Music Box

Parts for the Music Box

All three of these Parts are required to create the Music Box. Separately, their only use is to be able to recruit the corresponding titan (a function that the Music Box can perform as well). If a titan has been recruited, its Part can be found on the ground upon entering the floor, with no fight required to obtain it. The Parts will crumble if the player attempts to use them.


If the player gets through the entire dungeon and hasn't found Mew, then the player may re-enter the Buried Relic and continue looking for Mew. In the case that something happens to the Music Box, the player must receive each of the three parts from each member of the Legendary titan trio again (if one is already recruited, its part will appear on that floor without any battle) in order to build a new one.

In other languages

Music Box

Language Title
France Flag.png French Musiphone
Germany Flag.png German Spieluhr
Italy Flag.png Italian Carillon
South Korea Flag.png Korean 오르골
Spain Flag.png Spanish Caja música

Rock Part

Language Title
France Flag.png French Roc
Germany Flag.png German Girock-Teil
Italy Flag.png Italian Ciottolo
South Korea Flag.png Korean 락 파츠
Spain Flag.png Spanish Pieza Roca

Ice Part

Language Title
France Flag.png French Glaçon
Germany Flag.png German Gice-Teil
Italy Flag.png Italian Ghiacciolo
South Korea Flag.png Korean 아이스 파츠
Spain Flag.png Spanish Pieza Hielo

Steel Part

Language Title
France Flag.png French Acier
Germany Flag.png German Gisteel-Teil
Italy Flag.png Italian Acciaietto
South Korea Flag.png Korean 스틸 파츠
Spain Flag.png Spanish Pieza Acero


  • While the three parts were simple pyramid-shaped prisms in the original, DX shows the individual parts within the prisms: the Rock Part is the drum, the Ice Part is the comb, and the Steel Part is the winding mechanism.

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