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Treasure Town is the central village in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon 2. It is populated solely by Pokémon, like the rest of the world presented in the game and anime special. It replaces Pokémon Square from the first game.
Aerial View of Treasure Town
Treasure Town shops
Run by Kecleon (younger; Kecleon Shop) and Kecleon (older; Kecleon Wares) . The younger Kecleon sells various food, Gummis, toss items, and other various items. The older Kecleon sells TMs, Wonder Orbs and other more rare items such as the key. The same store appeared in the first game.
Run by Duskull, this bank allows the player to store money so it will not be lost if the party is defeated in a dungeon.
Run by Kangaskhan, this storage system allows the player to store items so they will not be lost if the party is defeated in a dungeon. As the player advances through the ranks, the number of items the player is allowed to store increases.
Electivire Link Shop
Run by Electivire, this shop allows the player to set moves, link them for combos, or remember forgotten techniques.
- Main article: Marowak Dojo
Run by Marowak, this shop generates mini-dungeons of Pokémon of the same type so the player can level up.
Chansey will hatch Eggs received as a reward for missions.
Xatu will unlock chests found in dungeons for a fee of 150 Poké.
Located near the exit of Treasure Town, Spinda's Cafe has two new shops.
This shop can only be accessed in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky.
Spinda's Drink Stand
Spinda can turn apples, seeds, and/or berries into drinks.
Explore Recycle & Big Treasure
Run by Wobbuffet and Wynaut.
Outskirts of Treasure Town
- Main article: Wigglytuff Guild
Croagunk Swap Shop
- Main article: Croagunk Swap Shop
Croagunk will trade a pair of rare Pokémon-exclusive items for rare hold items. It can be found in sublevel two of the Wigglytuff Guild.
- Main article: Sharpedo Bluff
Sharpedo Bluff is a location west of Treasure Town, and is not really part of the town by itself.
Its name comes from the Pokémon it's shaped like.
It becomes the player's rescue team base after graduation.