I made a small paragraph too, but I'll be working on it... Suggestions would be awesome. --Mumzy 02:10, 8 January 2012 (UTC)
Well, to be honest, this page is not very informative but it has a good start. It just needs to be completed and more information to be put in this page. Perhaps someone who frequently plays Pokemon Mystery Dungeon can really help by contributing what he or she knows. Besides, if every seed was to have an article, then the number of stubs or very short articles will increase even more, and I know that Bulbapedia aims to have the least stubs and short articles as possible. ~Jirehtrenton
This page needs to be fixed, I only have Darkness and the first bits all from the serebii page and is really dodgy... I tried fixing the second part...--Wowy 07:17, 24 November 2008 (UTC)
I can and will take charge of the page if necessary. The problem is that there is a LOT of information missing and some things are just too complicated to do at once. I'll try though. ----Sparen (talk) 15:52, 26 April 2011 (UTC)
I have a quick question. Is it technically right to say that these items were introduced in a certain generation? I thought that side games didn't go towards that, but I am not sure. :--SuperAipom7 (Need me?) 02:50, 15 December 2011 (UTC)
In at least Rescue Team, it seems to be weaker on bosses. For example, Articuno received only 15 damage when I threw Blast Seed on it (first, storyline battle). There even was message "It seems to be weak here." or something like that. Marked +-+-+ (talk) 15:43, 3 May 2013 (UTC)
- I just tested out Blast Seeds in Gates to Infinity on Reshiram and Ho-Oh, and they both took a set 50 damage, the same as any other enemy, 3 times in a row (before promptly destroying me). 09:24, 18 November 2013 (UTC)
Descriptions that need to be added when PMDRTDX is in the item template
Once PMDRTDX is in the item template, anyone who wants to can add these:
- Reviver Seed: If this item is in your Toolbox, it will revive a fainted Pokémon. Additionally, it helps restore their PP and Belly. It turns into a Plain Seed once it revives a Pokémon.
- Sleep Seed: If you throw it at an enemy and hit them, it can make them Sleep for a little while. Be careful not to use it on your teammates.
- Tiny Reviver Seed: If this item is in your Toolbox, it will revive a fainted Pokémon. It turns into a Plain Seed once it revives a Pokémon.