Makuhita Dojo

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The Makuhita Dojo in Rescue Team DX

Makuhita Dojo (Japanese: マクノシタ訓練所 Makunoshita Training Center) is a training facility in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team, Blue Rescue Team, and Rescue Team DX. It is located south of Pokémon Square.

Mechanics

Red and Blue Rescue Team

In Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red and Blue Rescue Team, Makuhita Dojo has 21 preset mazes, each only three floors deep. The first floor of all the mazes has no special features, while the second floor has limited visibility and water tiles (except Fire Maze which has lava, Rock and Steel Maze which have no special floor tiles). A boss Pokémon is present on the third floor. The mazes are unlocked as the player progresses through the main storyline.

The Pokémon encountered in Makuhita Dojo cannot be recruited in any of the mazes. Boss Pokémon in the Team mazes may be recruited, however. The boss Pokémon may only be recruited if the player is level 90 or higher and wearing a Friend Bow, with the exception of Nuzleaf in the Team Shifty maze and Graveler in the Team Rumblerock maze, which can be recruited if the player is either level 90 or higher or level 50 or higher with a Friend Bow. There is no chance of finding Monster Houses, Kecleon Shops, or items in this dungeon. Pickup still works, however. Clearing a maze refreshes the items available in the Kecleon Shop and the jobs available on the bulletin board.

Upon clearing each of the type-based mazes at least once, the player will receive a Bonsly statue to place outside their rescue Team Base and a Ginseng. The player will also receive a Ginseng the first time they clear each of the Rescue Team-based mazes.

Traps encountered

Note: The % are rough estimates. Traps appear only in team mazes.

Image Trap Floor 1-2
Grimy Trap RTRB TDS.png Grimy Trap 11.76%
Mud Trap RTRB TDS.png Mud Trap 11.76%
Poison Trap RTRB TDS.png Poison Trap 11.77%
PP-Zero Trap RTRB TDS.png PP-Zero Trap 11.76%
Seal Trap RTRB TDS.png Seal Trap 11.76%
Slow Trap RTRB TDS.png Slow Trap 11.77%
Slumber Trap RTRB TDS.png Slumber Trap 5.88%
Spin Trap RTRB TDS.png Spin Trap 11.77%
Sticky Trap RTRB TDS.png Sticky Trap 11.77%

Pickup items

Type-themed mazes will have their type Gummi, while team mazes will have an Apple. Heal and Cheri appear in mazes from Normal to Poison. The other items are shared.

Item Floors
MDBag Cheri Berry TDS Sprite.png Cheri Berry 1-2F
MDBag Oran Berry TDS Sprite.png Oran Berry 1-2F
MDBag Pecha Berry RTRB Sprite.png Pecha Berry 1-2F
MDBag Seed TDS Sprite.png Blast Seed 1-2F
MDBag Seed TDS Sprite.png Heal Seed 1-2F
MDBag Seed TDS Sprite.png Reviver Seed 1-2F
MDBag Seed TDS Sprite.png Warp Seed 1-2F
MDBag Apple TDS Sprite.png Apple 1-2F
MDBag Drink TDS Sprite.png Max Elixir 1-2F
MDBag White Gummi RTRB Sprite.png Gummi 1-2F

In Rescue Team DX

In Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX, Makuhita Dojo is now a time-based feature where one Pokémon attempts to defeat as many opposing Pokémon within a one-floor maze to earn Experience Points and Move Experience. The player requires a Bronze, Silver, or Gold Dojo Ticket to train at the Dojo, and the tickets give 50, 55, or 60 seconds respectively at the Dojo. The timer will continue to run during animations or when the menu is opened. Within the maze, walking turns are faster than they usually are. No items can be found within the mazes, and no Pokémon can be recruited.

Once the time has passed, the Experience Points accumulated goes into the trained Pokémon. Depending on the type of Dojo Ticket used, Experience and Move Experience earned are multiplied by three (Bronze), five (Silver), or seven (Gold). The Experience gained is substantially increased if an enemy is defeated by a super-effective move.

Mazes contain Pokémon who are weak to the namesake maze, except for the Normal Maze, as no type is weak to Normal. For example, the Fire Maze may contain Pokémon of the Bug-type, the Grass-type, the Ice-type, or the Steel-type. The maze that the player enters depends on the type the Pokémon selected to train, e.g. if a Baltoy is chosen to train, that Pokémon can only enter either the Ground or Psychic mazes, whilst Blastoise can only enter the Water Maze. If the Pokémon faints, it will be revived with its stats reset to normal. There is no limit to how many times the Pokémon can be revived. Using moves does not consume any PP, allowing moves to be used infinitely in mazes.

List of mazes in Red and Blue Rescue Team

Normal Maze

This maze takes place in a rock cave.

Pokémon Floors Levels Recruit Rate
Raticate (Pokémon) Raticate B1-B2 19 Unrecruitable
Farfetch'd (Pokémon) Farfetch'd B3 10 Unrecruitable Boss
Furret (Pokémon) Furret B3 14 Unrecruitable Boss
Zigzagoon (Pokémon) Zigzagoon B3 5 Unrecruitable Boss

Fire Maze

This maze takes place in a volcano.

Pokémon Floors Levels Recruit Rate
Ponyta (Pokémon) Ponyta B1-B2 30 Unrecruitable
Slugma (Pokémon) Slugma B1-B2 16 Unrecruitable
Magby (Pokémon) Magby B1-B2 17 Unrecruitable
Ponyta (Pokémon) Ponyta B3 30 Unrecruitable Boss
Slugma (Pokémon) Slugma B3 16 Unrecruitable Boss
Magby (Pokémon) Magby B3 17 Unrecruitable Boss

Water Maze

This maze takes place in a lake.

Pokémon Floors Levels Recruit Rate
Poliwag (Pokémon) Poliwag B1-B2 10 Unrecruitable
Poliwag (Pokémon) Poliwag B3 10 Unrecruitable Boss
There are three Poliwag as the bosses.

Grass Maze

This maze takes place in a forest.

Pokémon Floors Levels Recruit Rate
Exeggcute (Pokémon) Exeggcute B1-B2 1 Unrecruitable
Sunkern (Pokémon) Sunkern B1-B2 1 Unrecruitable
Exeggcute (Pokémon) Exeggcute B3 1 Unrecruitable Boss
Sunkern (Pokémon) Sunkern B3 1 Unrecruitable Boss
Shroomish (Pokémon) Shroomish B3 9 Unrecruitable Boss
Cacnea (Pokémon) Cacnea B3 13 Unrecruitable Boss

Electric Maze

This maze takes place in ruins.

Pokémon Floors Levels Recruit Rate
Voltorb (Pokémon) Voltorb B1-B2 3 Unrecruitable
Voltorb (Pokémon) Voltorb B3 3 Unrecruitable Boss
Electrike (Pokémon) Electrike B3 12 Unrecruitable Boss
There are two Voltorb and two Electrike as the bosses.

Ice Maze

This maze takes place in an ice cave.

Pokémon Floors Levels Recruit Rate
Swinub (Pokémon) Swinub B1-B2 8 Unrecruitable
Piloswine (Pokémon) Piloswine B1-B2 16 Unrecruitable
Snorunt (Pokémon) Snorunt B1-B2 20 Unrecruitable
Swinub (Pokémon) Swinub B3 8 Unrecruitable Boss
Piloswine (Pokémon) Piloswine B3 16 Unrecruitable Boss
Snorunt (Pokémon) Snorunt B3 20 Unrecruitable Boss

Fighting Maze

This maze takes place in a granite cave.

Pokémon Floors Levels Recruit Rate
Tyrogue (Pokémon) Tyrogue B1-B2 6 Unrecruitable
Meditite (Pokémon) Meditite B1-B2 6 Unrecruitable
Hitmonlee (Pokémon) Hitmonlee B3 22 Unrecruitable Boss
Tyrogue (Pokémon) Tyrogue B3 6 Unrecruitable Boss
Meditite (Pokémon) Meditite B3 6 Unrecruitable Boss

Ground Maze

This maze takes place in a rock cave.

Pokémon Floors Levels Recruit Rate
Diglett (Pokémon) Diglett B1-B2 20 Unrecruitable
Phanpy (Pokémon) Phanpy B1-B2 14 Unrecruitable
Diglett (Pokémon) Diglett B3 20 Unrecruitable Boss
Phanpy (Pokémon) Phanpy B3 14 Unrecruitable Boss
There are two Diglett and two Phanpy as the bosses.

Flying Maze

This maze takes place in a granite cave.

Pokémon Floors Levels Recruit Rate
Pidgey (Pokémon) Pidgey B1-B2 1 Unrecruitable
Pidgey (Pokémon) Pidgey B3 1 Unrecruitable Boss
Farfetch'd (Pokémon) Farfetch'd B3 10 Unrecruitable Boss
Doduo (Pokémon) Doduo B3 14 Unrecruitable Boss

Psychic Maze

This maze takes place in a granite cave.

Pokémon Floors Levels Recruit Rate
Wobbuffet (Pokémon) Wobbuffet B1-B2 30 Unrecruitable
Wobbuffet (Pokémon) Wobbuffet B3 30 Unrecruitable Boss
There are three Wobbuffet as the bosses.

Poison Maze

This maze takes place in a poisonous swamp.

Pokémon Floors Levels Recruit Rate
Nidoran♀ (Pokémon) Nidoran♀ B1-B2 4 Unrecruitable
Nidoran♀ (Pokémon) Nidoran♀ B3 4 Unrecruitable Boss
Nidoran♂ (Pokémon) Nidoran♂ B3 12 Unrecruitable Boss
There are two Nidoran♀ and two Nidoran♂ as the bosses.

Bug Maze

This maze takes place in a forest.

Pokémon Floors Levels Recruit Rate
Weedle (Pokémon) Weedle B1-B2 8 Unrecruitable
Beedrill (Pokémon) Beedrill B1-B2 10 Unrecruitable
Pinsir (Pokémon) Pinsir B1-B2 6 Unrecruitable
Weedle (Pokémon) Weedle B3 8 Unrecruitable Boss
Beedrill (Pokémon) Beedrill B3 10 Unrecruitable Boss
Pinsir (Pokémon) Pinsir B3 6 Unrecruitable Boss

Rock Maze

This maze takes place in a rock cave.

Pokémon Floors Levels Recruit Rate
Geodude (Pokémon) Geodude B1-B2 5 Unrecruitable
Sudowoodo (Pokémon) Sudowoodo B1-B2 7 Unrecruitable
Geodude (Pokémon) Geodude B3 5 Unrecruitable Boss
Sudowoodo (Pokémon) Sudowoodo B3 7 Unrecruitable Boss
Pupitar (Pokémon) Pupitar B3 17 Unrecruitable Boss

Ghost Maze

This maze takes place in a granite cave.

Pokémon Floors Levels Recruit Rate
Gastly (Pokémon) Gastly B1-B2 23 Unrecruitable
Gastly (Pokémon) Gastly B3 23 Unrecruitable Boss
There are three Gastly as the bosses.

Dragon Maze

This maze takes place in a granite cave.

Pokémon Floors Levels Recruit Rate
Bagon (Pokémon) Bagon B1-B2 16 Unrecruitable
Shelgon (Pokémon) Shelgon B1-B2 19 Unrecruitable
Bagon (Pokémon) Bagon B3 16 Unrecruitable Boss
Shelgon (Pokémon) Shelgon B3 19 Unrecruitable Boss
There are two Bagon and two Shelgon as the bosses.

Dark Maze

This maze takes place in ruins.

Pokémon Floors Levels Recruit Rate
Poochyena (Pokémon) Poochyena B1-B2 3 Unrecruitable
Murkrow (Pokémon) Murkrow B3 14 Unrecruitable Boss
Poochyena (Pokémon) Poochyena B3 3 Unrecruitable Boss
There are two Poochyena and two Murkrow as the bosses.

Steel Maze

This maze takes place in a granite cave.

Pokémon Floors Levels Recruit Rate
Aron (Pokémon) Aron B1-B2 6 Unrecruitable
Beldum (Pokémon) Beldum B1-B2 5 Unrecruitable
Aron (Pokémon) Aron B3 6 Unrecruitable Boss
Beldum (Pokémon) Beldum B3 5 Unrecruitable Boss
There are two Beldum and two Aron as the bosses.

Team Shifty

Team Shifty is a Normal-rank rescue team consisting of its leader Shiftry and two Nuzleaf. The trio were known to cause some trouble at the beginning of the game. Later on, Shiftry assembled Pokémon in Pokémon Square to recruit a team to attempt to stop Groudon in the Magma Cavern. The volunteers were leaders of other rescue teams: Blastoise from Team Hydro, Octillery from Team Constrictor, and Golem from Team Rumblerock.

Team Shifty's maze in the Makuhita Dojo takes place in a forest.

Pokémon Floors Levels Recruit Rate
Nuzleaf (Pokémon) Nuzleaf B1-B2 10 Unrecruitable
Nuzleaf (Pokémon) Nuzleaf B3 10 -19% Boss
Shiftry (Pokémon) Shiftry B3 20 -30% Boss
There are two Nuzleaf and one Shiftry as the bosses.

Team Constrictor

Team Constrictor is a Silver-rank rescue team consisting of its leader Octillery as well as Tentacruel and Cradily. Octillery stepped up to volunteer her services in an attempt to stop Groudon in the Magma Cavern.

Team Constrictor's maze in the Makuhita Dojo takes place in deep water.

Pokémon Floors Levels Recruit Rate
Tentacool (Pokémon) Tentacool B1-B2 27 Unrecruitable
Tentacruel (Pokémon) Tentacruel B3 33 -30% Boss
Octillery (Pokémon) Octillery B3 30 -30% Boss
Cradily (Pokémon) Cradily B3 45 -30% Boss

Team Hydro

Team Hydro is a Bronze-rank rescue team consisting of all of the fully evolved Water-type starter Pokémon as of Generation III: its leader Blastoise as well as Feraligatr and Swampert. Blastoise stepped up to volunteer his services in an attempt to stop Groudon in the Magma Cavern.

Team Hydro's maze in the Makuhita Dojo takes place in a lake.

Pokémon Floors Levels Recruit Rate
Poliwag (Pokémon) Poliwag B1-B2 10 Unrecruitable
Blastoise (Pokémon) Blastoise B3 38 -33.9% Boss
Feraligatr (Pokémon) Feraligatr B3 32 -33.9% Boss
Swampert (Pokémon) Swampert B3 37 -33.9% Boss

Team Rumblerock

Team Rumblerock is a Normal-rank rescue team consisting of its leader Golem and two Graveler. Golem stepped up to volunteer his services in an attempt to stop Groudon in the Magma Cavern.

Team Rumblerock's maze in Makuhita Dojo takes place in a rock cave.

Pokémon Floors Levels Recruit Rate
Graveler (Pokémon) Graveler B1-B2 22 Unrecruitable
Graveler (Pokémon) Graveler B3 22 -19% Boss
Golem (Pokémon) Golem B3 15 -30% Boss
There are two Graveler and one Golem as the bosses.

Rescue Team Maze

Rescue Team Maze is only available in Blue Rescue Team using a Nintendo DS or a Nintendo DS Lite and is acquired by selecting the Receive Team option on the main menu while a Red Rescue Team cartridge is in the GBA Slot. The Team present on the Red Rescue Team game will be the boss of this Maze.

The team transferred over from Red Rescue Team can be recruited in Blue Rescue Team, using their species recruitment rates.

This maze takes place in ruins.

Pokémon Floors Levels Recruit Rate
Pidgey (Pokémon) Pidgey B1-B2 1 Unrecruitable
Rattata (Pokémon) Rattata B1-B2 3 Unrecruitable
Voltorb (Pokémon) Voltorb B1-B2 3 Unrecruitable
Exeggcute (Pokémon) Exeggcute B1-B2 1 Unrecruitable
Sunkern (Pokémon) Sunkern B1-B2 1 Unrecruitable
The transferred Team will be the boss of this maze.

List of mazes in Rescue Team DX

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Tricks of the Trade

In Rescue Team DX, the Makuhita Dojo also hosts small tutorials with rewards.

Tutorial Reward
Use moves! Apple RTDX Apple ×4
Dash through the dungeon! Seed RTDX Reviver Seed ×3
Push a Pokemon! Wonder Orb RTDX Escape Orb ×5
Pass by a teammate! Gold Ribbon RTDX Gold Ribbon ×1
Change directions without moving! Max Elixir RTDX Max Elixir ×4
Use items! Bronze Dojo Ticket Bronze Dojo Ticket ×3
Moving diagonally! Wand RTDX Slumber Wand ×10

Trivia

  • Octillery's usage of the word "darling" may be a play on at least one of the Gabor sisters.
  • The fully-evolved recruitable boss Pokémon in the team mazes represent eight of the nine exceptions to a game mechanic that prevents players from recruiting fully-evolved Pokémon in dungeons. The lone other exception is Porygon2.
  • In the original games, all of the training dungeons share the same theme song with Rock Path, Snow Path, and Joyous Tower. In Rescue Team DX, they use the same music as when the player attempts to steal from a Kecleon Shop.

In other languages

Language Title
France Flag.png French Dojo MakuhitaRBRTDX
Dôjô MakuhitaSMD
Germany Flag.png German Makuhita-Dojo
Italy Flag.png Italian Dojo Makuhita
South Korea Flag.png Korean 마크탕 훈련소 Makeutang Hunryeonso
Portugal Flag.png Portuguese Dojo Makuhita*
Spain Flag.png Spanish Dojo Makuhita


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Locations in the Pokémon world in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team, Blue Rescue Team, and Rescue Team DX
Major locations
Friend Areas/Rescue team campsTeam BasePokémon SquareKecleon Shop
Kangaskhan StorageMakuhita DojoWhiscash PondLuminous CaveHill of the Ancients
Dungeons
Tiny WoodsThunderwave CaveMt. SteelSinister WoodsSilent Chasm
Mt. ThunderGreat CanyonLapis CaveRock PathMt. BlazeSnow Path
Frosty ForestMt. FreezeMagma CavernSky TowerUproar Forest
Howling ForestStormy SeaSilver TrenchMeteor CaveFiery Field
Lightning FieldNorthwind FieldMt. FarawayWestern CaveNorthern Range
Pitfall ValleyBuried RelicWish CaveMurky CaveDesert Region
Southern CavernWyvern HillSolar CaveDarknight RelicGrand Sea
Waterfall PondUnown RelicJoyous TowerFar-Off SeaPurity Forest
Oddity CaveRemains IslandMarvelous SeaFantasy Strait
Unknown DungeonRB
Illusory GrottoRTDX


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