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    Welcome to the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Strategy Thread. This is a strategy guide, specifically made to help you on boss battles, recruiting legendaries, and a few other things like Wondermail codes. We contain guides only of the highest quality, and if you would like to contribute, you may post your own guides aswell. Note this guide is free for all use, but you may not repost it without permission, nor copy it and claim it yours. Thank you. If you want to visit the old one, a link can be found at the very bottom of this guide

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    1) Wondermail Code Collection
    2) Boss Strategy Guides
    3) Level-One Dungeon Walkthroughs
    4) Dungeon Extras Guides
    5) Frequently Asked Questions
    6) Credits and Best Contributors
    7) Other Guides and Strategy Threads

    WONDERMAIL CODE COLLECTION

    Mission-Exclusive Friend Areas

    Client: Poliwag
    Objective: Help it
    Place: Uproar Forest 5F
    Difficultly: C
    Reward: Friend Area (Sky Blue Plains)
    6 ? 2 (...) (M) ! S ? ? F 7 9
    9 ? ? Y F J 1 6 ! 4 ? W

    Client: Plusle
    Objective: Escort to Minun
    Place: Tiny Woods 2F
    Difficulty: D
    Reward: Friend Area (Dragon Cave)
    S ? 2 ? F C + ? O (M) 6 N
    N T ? H 8 ? T O 8 M ? W

    Client: Plusle
    Objective: Find Weedle
    Place: Lapis Cave 9F
    Difficulty: C
    Reward: Friend Area (Mt. Moonview)
    5 ? 2 N F - Y ? ? S P 2
    R T ? N F 5 0 R 8 M ? J

    Client: Nidorino
    Objective: Escort to Nidorina
    Place: Mt. Freeze 12F
    Difficulty: B
    Reward: Friend Area (Boulder Cave)
    3 ? 2 J 4 H 0 ? 2 P 8 6
    0 4 ? 9 5 6 4 0 4 Q ? T

    Version Exclusive Pokémon

    Codes for Pokémon not in Red:

    Client: Minun
    Objective: Escort to Plusle
    Place: Thunderwave Cave 5F
    Difficulty: D
    Reward: 400 Poké
    F ? R P F ? (...) ? 4 + 7 ?
    (...) R ? H 6 4 ? 0 R ? ? ?

    Client: Aipom
    Objective: Deliver Radar Orb
    Place: Silent Chasm 5F
    Difficulty: D
    Reward: 400 Poké
    4 ? R C W (M) T ? ? 0 7 6
    F M ? Y 2 4 ? 5 + N ? W

    Client: Shiftry
    Objective: Find Porygon2
    Place: Tiny Woods 2F
    Difficulty: E
    Reward: 100 Poké + ?
    F ? 5 N - Q F ? ? + 6 !
    ? H ? ? F ? 6 R 6 9 ? W

    Client: Magikarp
    Objective: Help it
    Place: Stormy Sea 12F
    Difficulty: B
    Reward: 400 Poké
    X ? ? S ? ? X ? 4 6 8 ?
    (F) + ? ? 9 7 5 6 S Y ? ?

    Client: Lapras
    Objective: Help it
    Place: Tiny Woods 2F
    Difficulty: E
    Reward: 200 Poké
    F ? J ? 6 9 0 ? 4 Q 6 C
    C ! ? ? 8 ? 6 6 8 Q ? (F)

    Codes for Pokémon not in Blue:

    Client: Plusle
    Objective: Escort to Minun
    Place: Thunderwave Cave 5F
    Difficulty: D
    Reward: 400 Poké
    F ? R P F ? (...) ? ? + 7 ?
    C T ? H 6 4 ? 0 R ? ? ?

    Client: Roselia
    Objective: Help it
    Place: Tiny Woods 2F
    Difficulty: E
    Reward: 100 Poké
    F ? 4 N + W T ? ? + 6 N
    F R ? J F ? 6 6 8 5 ? W

    Client: Hypno
    Objective: Find Porygon
    Place: Magma Cavern 15F
    Difficulty: B
    Reward: 400 Poké
    F ? 4 3 4 ? T ? 4 2 9 H
    9 0 ? 7 H 5 6 R 8 K ? (F)

    Client: Feebas
    Objective: Deliver Cheri Berry
    Place: Grand Sea 9F
    Difficulty: B
    Reward: Trawl Orb
    X ? 7 P (F) ? + ? ? X P 6
    R J ? Q F J C 5 ? W ? ?

    Client: Kirlia
    Objective: Escort to Mantine
    Place: Tiny Woods 3F
    Difficulty: D
    Reward: 200 Poké
    4 ? ? N 2 2 (...) ? ? Q 6 J
    H 3 ? (M) 8 4 7 0 J N ? W

    4th Generation Statue Codes

    Client: Salamence
    Objective: Escort to Mr. Mime
    Place: Pitfall Valley 19F
    Difficulty: S
    Reward: Mime Jr. Fig + ?
    F ? C 4 F H T ? 4 4 0 P
    M - ? (M) 2 C N 0 J X ? +

    Client: Teddiursa
    Objective: Find Cheri Berry
    Place: Near Mt. Faraway 39F
    Difficulty: S
    Reward: Weavile Fig + ?
    4 ? N 4 1 5 + ? 4 T C C
    N (…) ? 3 F K N T J X ? +

    Nintendo Event Dungeons Codes

    Client: Jigglypuff
    Objective: Find Pikachu
    Place: Remains Island 1F
    Difficulty: B
    Reward: Red Gummi
    ? ? M 4 C J Y ? 4 4 ? P
    C F ? 8 7 J 6 R (...) M ? 1

    Client: Jigglypuff
    Objective: Find Pikachu
    Place: Marvelous Sea 1F
    Difficulty: B
    Reward: Red Gummi
    ? ? M H C J (...) ? 4 4 ? P
    C F ? 8 7 J 6 R (...) M ? 1

    Client: Jigglypuff
    Objective: Find Pikachu
    Place: Fantasy Strait 1F
    Difficulty: B
    Reward: Red Gummi
    ? ? M 1 C J Y ? 4 4 ? P
    H F ? 8 7 J 6 R (...) M ? 1

    Client: Jigglypuff
    Objective: Find Pikachu
    Place: Oddity Cave 1F
    Difficulty: B
    Reward: Red Gummi
    ? ? M S C J (...) ? 4 4 ? P
    M F ? 8 7 J 6 R (...) M ? 1

    BOSS STRATEGY GUIDES

    Defeating Bosses

    Skarmory: Skarmory lies at the peak of Mt.Steel, and will attack you once you reach it. Throw a Gravelerock first, then eat Blast Seeds to attacks it, and eat an Oran Berry to heal whenever necessary. With luck and a little effort, Skarmory should be down

    Zapdos: You will first encounter Zapdos in Silent Chasm, but it will fight you only once you climb to the top of Mt. Thunder, and so you will confront it there. Like before, throw a Gravelerock first, but this time, you should be at a good enough level to start using moves. If it KOs you too fast, try throwing Sleep Seeds to put it to sleep for a few turns. If necessary, link moves back in Pokémon Square at Gulpin's link shop, or use a Link Box. Linking moves allows you to perform several attacks within one turn - perfect for strong enemies

    Moltres: By the time you're on Moltres you'll be a fugitive, so make sure you stock up before you get kicked out of town (how rude!). He can put up quite a fight, especially if you're a grass type, once again. Reviver Seeds are a must here, considering Fire types, Normal types, Machop, and Cubone will have trouble on him just as much as grass types. Luckily if you're a water type or Pikachu, you can take him down with little effort. Also, if you happen to find a link box, you should definitely use it. Even if it costs you two PP per turn instead of one, it'll allow you to perform several attack in one turn

    Articuno: A frustrating boss, especially since you won't have the chance to stock up on items in shops before you battle him. He's even harder to defeat than Moltres due to Powder Snow, as it'll destroy you and all your teammates in one strike, regardless of type. If you're a grass type, you're doomed unless you have a tool box full of Reviver Seeds (why do the creators seem to have a grudge on grass-types?). Fire types and some water types should beat him with little effort though if you use the right attacks. Machop has the weakness to flying moves and Cubone is weak to ice though so they'll need Reviver Seeds just as much as Bulbasaur, Chikorita and Treecko, who should just use the long-range Razor Leaf and Bullet Seed if you happen to be them/have one of them as your partner. As before, use link boxes

    Groudon: After defeating Articuno, you have cleared your name and have proven yourself innocent. Meanwhile, your partner is focused on a more "professional" rescue base. After a trio of Mankey happen to finish your new base, providing you give them their beloved chestnuts, you'll be asked to save the ACT in Groudon's dungeon. The thing about Groudon is that he's a pain to recruit, but probably the easiest boss to defeat. Grass types finally fight a boss that's they're not weak to type-wise, and water types get to battle another easy boss. Even fire types with the weakness to ground-type attacks should take him down with little effort. Normal, fighting and ground types won't have trouble either, even with no actual benefits. Though if you want to play it safe level up a bit and bring some reviver seeds

    Rayquaza: If you're just about to battle him, don't worry; he's much easier, than you think. Water types and Cubone should have Ice Beam by now, and Fire types with Flamethrower will do good enough. The only Pokémon that will die quickly in this battle are Machop, the Grass types and the Normal types, but if you give them TMs and use a few link boxes, they should also defeat Rayquaza in a few tries. Regardless of all the positives, you should bring as much reviver seeds, apples and Max Elixers as you have, as the real challenge isn't Rayquaza; Sky Tower is a very difficult and annoying dungeon

    Kyogre: After restoring peace (somewhat) to the Pokémon-only world, you'll soon be invited to the Stormy Sea, a dungeon with 40 floors and unfortunately no saving point whatsoever. Kyogre, who lurks at the end though, is easy to beat and if you're lucky enough, he can join you the first time you go through that dungeon. If not, you'll need to go through it again to recruit him. He's also only level 25, being a pushover to the other bosses you've encountered

    Regirock / Regice / Registeel: All of them lurk in the first 99-floor dungeon you'll visit, with Regirock being on the 15th, Regice being on the 25th, and Registeel being on the 35th. They're all easy to beat, in fact, Regirock is only on level 18, and the next two are but one or two levels higher. Beware though; they have a trap one step ahead of you, so its best to start off with a long-range attack then finish them off with a more powerful one. Every time you beat one of them, you'll get a special "part", and all three will combine to a Music Box, needed for seeing Mew. So don't throw the parts away unless you're willing to explore 99 floors again

    Raikou / Entei / Suicune: After beating Buried Relic, you'll come across Spinda, who appears to have some sort of feather. Spinda is determined to find out its meaning and so you take it to Xatu. He orders you to travel to the three legendary lands, where Raikou, Entei, and Suicune await. These guys are hard to recruit but a little too easy to defeat, but their dungeons may give you trouble if you're not prepared. Each time you defeat one of the beasts, they'll add on their energy to the feather, eventually making it the Rainbow Feather. You then are ordered to take it to Ho-oh's dungeon

    Latios: After obtaining the friend area Southern Island and Surf, you wake up very early in the morning because you hear a loud noise. You step outside and you see a blue streak (Latios) zip past you. You go back to bed. Later that morning there is a commotion at the square because someone stole the purple Kecleon's TMs. Alakazam says the thief went to Northern Range. Northern Range is a 25 floor dungeon with some pretty strong Pokémon there. On the 25 floor you encounter Latios and battle him because he stole the TMs. The point is do whatever to kill him, it won't matter how

    Lugia: After beating Latios, if you obtained Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres, you'll see Alakazam in Pokémon Square, though this time he's near the entrance to Wishcash's Pond. Talk to him, and he will tell you about trouble in a friend area. Then, visit the birds in their friend area, and they'll open Lugia's cave. Silver trench is like Buried Relic, meaning its 99 floors, so train if you had trouble on Relic. Afterwards, go in. Silver Trench is practically made up of Grimer Food; eat them even with the drawback of a status effect, and bring lots of Reviver Seeds, Huge Apples, and Max Elixers in. When you battle Lugia, start off with your regular long-range attack, then follow up with a powerful attack to finish him off. He is rather weak compared to his dungeon, so don't worry much

    Deoxys: After recruiting Lugia, you will be invited to an annoying, but easy dungeon. The dungeon is set up so you can only bring it 4 items (one being held). Also, beforehand you had to fight Deoxys' mirages. These are not hard, but usually require an actual move to take down and pressure takes over. if not well-prepared, this boss battle will be standard attack after standard attack. If properly prepared (Friend Bow/X-Ray Specs/Reviver Seed/Reviver Seed), Deoxys should just be one actual attack. This is probably the first boss where the dungeon greatly impacts the boss. Be warned, this boss has pursuit, a deadly attack

    Mewtwo: Mewtwo lives in the wild west a.k.a. Western Cave. Like Lugia and Groudon, Mewtwo isn't really the hard part, rather is hs dungeon. Reviver Seeds and Huge Apples are nessacary. Max Elixers are almost as important. Luckly many items can be found in Western Cave, including the three best survival items- Huge Apples, Reviver Seeds, and Max Elixers. Don't bother to save up space for Mewtwo - he is inrecruitable the first time around. For fighting Mewtwo, start off with a powerful long range attack. The best is Bullet Seed. After he's close to you, smash him down with any powerful attack. Mewtwo isn't that hard but if your big gun gets wiped out in the dungeon, you'll need a spare who can take down Mewtwo

    Recruiting Bosses

    Zapdos: Since you can't recruit Skarmory (as a boss), I'll go right ahead to Zapdos. Anyway, he's pretty easy to recruit, though just keep these tips in mind; you have to be the one to kill him, so if a teammate unleashes the final blow, there is no chance he'd ask to join. Also, Zapdos and many other legendaries have a body size of 4, and the total body size you can have at once 6, so you should have either one 2* Pokémon, two 1* Pokémon, or just one 1*. Best advise would be not to use a partner at all, since after you beat Rayquaza your partner has the option of leaving the team to go back to its friend area

    Moltres: Moltres is level 52, making it seven levels higher than Zapdos (which is on 45). Still though, he's just as easy to beat and has the same chance of joining you as Zapdos. Best thing to would be to be at a high rank, preferably Platinum or higher, and being at a high level yourself. With a few tries, you should easily get Moltres

    Articuno: Articuno is level 53, making it but one level higher than Moltres, but just as easy to recruit. Powder snow can still be a pain, but you should recruit it with little effort. As always, being at a high rank and level help a lot

    Groudon: As mentioned earlier, Groudon is a pain to recruit. It took myself, and I will admit, over 15 freakin' times to recruit it. Best thing to do is to be at Lucario Rank, and being over level 60. Also, it would help to equip the friend bow to your leader, but since you find it in Ho-oh's dungeon which takes awhile to reach, its best to leave Groudon where it is and come back later

    Rayquaza: With the same recruit rate as Groudon, Rayquaza is just as a pain as Groudon to recruit. A high level and the Friend Bow is suggested. If you choose to recruit it without the friend bow, you need to be above level 59 to even have a chance of recruiting him, so, like Groudon, leave it be and wait to recruit it until after you have obtained the Friend Bow

    Kyogre: Easily the easiest boss to recruit (well, except for the legendaries with a 99.99% catch rate). Just don't kill him too fast because if you kill him with a long range attack while he's away from you, he won't ask to join. So in other words, make sure he comes directly to you first. Then feel free to waist him

    Regirock/Regice/Registeel: All three aren't as bad as Groudon and Rayquaza, but they can still be annoying. As always, let them come to you, then kill them afterwards. Don't walk up to them though - as mentioned before, there's a trap one square ahead of you, and it can simply mess up your chance to obtain the legendary guardian

    Raikou / Entei / Suicune: These are painful to recruit. Not as hard as Deoxys or Groudon, but can still be hard. Being above level 90 and having the Friend Bow will help you a lot. Worst part is, their dungeons aren't that long but many times you'll fail on trying to reruit them so it is a challenge

    Latios: After your battle with him, you take him to the square to heal up. He wakes up and explains he stole the TMs for "resolutions" and to help him save Latias, his younger sister, who fell into the Pitfall Valley which no one has ever escaped from. Alakazam says Latios was being very, very foolish for trying that. Anyway you still have the working (but broken) teleport gem so you can escape the place with Latias. The Pitfall Valley is 25 floors and is pretty dangerous, especially once you get to the Areodactals. At the last floor you see Latias on the ground and you warp out of there. Then there is a mushy happy screen where Latias and Latios are reunited. Latios says he can't repay you so they decides to join your team. Latios is lv 30, Latias is lv 28

    Lugia: Lugia should be the first boss you battle with a 99.99% recruitment rate, and its not lyin'. Lugia has a perfect chance of joining your team, because even with that 0.1%, the bonuses you get of being at a high level (surely you can't beat this place lower than level 40) will make it a sure recruit. Fortunately, you are able to recruit him the first time you battle him, so with little effort Lugia should join your team easily

    Deoxys: Makes Groudon and Rayquaza look like a joke. With a harder dungeon (because you can only bring in one Pokémon, the leader), same recruit rate, and the hard dungeon in front of it, and no save/midway point, this recruitment will be hell. First off, use the items provided above. Go through the dungeon, and when you come to Deoxys, try to beat it normally. If it doesn't ask to recruit, either turn off you game, or if you want to play fair, get more reviver seeds and do it again. Be warned-Deoxys has knock off so be careful when you have friend bow on

    Mewtwo: You don't need any Friend Bow here - Mewtwo's catch rate is 99.99%, in other words: instant capture. Beware though- you have to kill him when he's next to you. If you kill him with a long range attack an he's not close to you, he won't join your team, and your adventure will be proven useless

    Recruiting Legendaries Which Aren't Bosses

    Mew: Mew can be found by linking the Rock, Ice, and Steel parts, each gotten after being Regirock, Regice, and Registeel in Buried Relic, and turning them into a Music Box. Mew has a chance of appearing through floors 36-98 in the same dungeon, as long as the Music Box remains in your inventor. Using it will simply crumble it, and if you hold it it'll have no effect whatsoever. To make it easier to find it, wait until the dialogue box says "Mew used Transform!" or "Mew picked up _____". Mew can also appear in Monster Houses. Once you find a Pokémon using unusual attacks such as Pound, that means you found Mew. Mew also has slightly better chance of appearing through the last few floor, so pay careful attentions to those

    Latias: As explained in the Latios recruitment section, Latias will join you automatically after saving her in Pitfall Valley on the 25th floor. She is on level 28, not too low but probably isn't near as experienced as the rest of your party

    Celebi: Celebi is behind is Purity Forest, a massive 99-floor dungeon where you are temporarily reset to level one, can't bring any companions, can't bring money, and can't bring items. Celebi, however, is found at the end, and will join team as soon as you get to his floor, without a need of battle

    LEVEL-ONE DUNGEON WALKTHROUGHS

    Purity Forest

    For all you desperate wanna be Celebi owners, I'll be giving probably the best way to get to it as possible. But there is no perfect way, because you cannot bring any items or money. It only depends on what you find inside the dungeon. And that is a major part of surviving in there. Alakazam is recommended, because of his awesome defense at level 1. He survived a Kecleon’s normal attack at level 2

    Items to bring:

    I'd laugh if you actually went in there with your items, then say "What items?"
    *Hint* You cannot bring items! And any items you bring are lost!

    Strategy

    Not much to say. On the early floors collect Grimy Foods, any Apples, Max Elixirs, and the one and only best friend, Pass Scarf. Pass Scarves aren't that common so you just have to make due with a Def. Scarf or a Detect Band. But then again, you may not find them at all. When approaching Zangoose, keep a 2 square distance. If you end up in a tough Monster House where you can't escape easily, Teleport. Try collecting and teaching Rest, Light Screen, and Reflect. Especially Reflect. Since Venomoth and Parasect has Bug moves, Reflect comes in handy. When you see Grimers, COMPLETELY AVOID THEM. Their Sludge, and Poison Gas can cut corners and hit you. Keep a great distance between smell and Alakazam. And if you didn't know, Grimer is what smells. Also, avoid Porygon2s and Scizors because they have Agility. Near the end, let's say above 95F, there aren't much worries as long as you got 2 Max Elixirs. You may need rescuing in between, since you are not going to find all these items 100%. But you should be able to get enough essentials

    Wish Cave

    The one and only lovely Level 1 regression dungeon where you must defeat a boss. Isn’t life grand? Well, I recommend Mew, because he is the pwNz0r5. Nah JK. I’ll give you some reasoning. Easy leveling and can learn any TM. Alakazam is also good, but you need a TM Frustration and a Pass Scarf FOR SURE

    Items to bring:
    11 Joy Seeds
    5 Reviver Seeds
    3 TMs. That includes TM Bullet Seed, Thunderbolt, and Protect
    1 Huge Apple or TM Frustration

    Well, from Floors 1-9, train up to Level 10 or more. On your way, find lots and lots of Apples and Max Elixirs. They are your friends. Then eat all your Joy Seeds! That means you are level 22 or above. So you have a lovely stroll until you end up at Floor 50. Oh those evil Electrodes and their evil Sonicboom. 55 Set damage. Well it’s a goody good thing you got high HP as Mew and that you got the one and only Protect (well there’s Detect, but Mew can’t learn it)! If you run into groups of Pokémon or you are stuck right in between them, use Protect and make a clearing. When you reach them Zangoose, Protect makes you live! Their Fury Cutter is death for Mew. Okay, also avoid any Pokémon that knows Bug, Dark, or Ghostie moves. Also when you see Shuppet, Thunderbolt comes in handy there. Near the end of the dungeon, avoid Metagrosses, because they slow you down! Even though you can put Protect up, it may miss and you have to stand up to two attacks.

    When fighting Jirachi, All you need to do use Protect then Bullet Seed/Frustration. I think about 7-10 of those will bring it down. After all, Jirachi has 350HP.

    Joyous Tower
    Coming Soon

    DUNGEON EXTRAS GUIDES

    Rescue Ranks

    Normal Rank: 0 - 50 Rescue Points
    Bronze Rank: 50 - 500 Rescue Points
    Silver Rank: 500 - 1500 Rescue Points
    Gold Rank: 1500 - 3000 Rescue Points
    Platinum Rank: 3000 - 7500 Rescue Points
    Diamond Rank: 7500 - 15000 Rescue Points
    Lucario Rank: 15000+ Rescue Points

    Dungeon Floors

    Tiny Woods: 3
    Thunderwave Cave: 5
    Mt Steel: 9
    Sinister Woods: 13
    Silent Chasm: 9
    Mt Thunder: 10 + 3
    Great Canyon: 12
    Lapis Cave: 14
    Mt Blaze: 12 + 3
    Frosty Forest: 9 + 5
    Mt Freeze: 15 + 5
    Magma Cavern: 23 + 3
    Sky Tower: 25 + 9
    Uproar Forest: 10
    Howling Forest: 15
    Stormy Sea: 40
    Silver Trench: 99
    Meteor Cave: 20
    Fiery Field: 30
    Lightning Field: 30
    Northwind Field: 30
    Mt Faraway: 40
    Western Cave: 99
    Northern Range: 25
    Pitfall Valley: 25
    Buried Relic: 99
    Wish Cave: 99
    Murky Cave: 20
    Desert Region: 20
    Wyvern Hill: 30
    Solar Cave: 20
    Waterfall Pond: 19
    Southern Cavern: 50
    Darknight Relic: 15
    Grand Sea: 30
    Unown Relic: 11
    Joyous Tower: 99
    Far-off Sea: 75
    Purity Forest: 99
    Oddity Cave: 15
    Remains Island: 20
    Fantasy Strait: 30
    Marvelous Sea: 20

    IQ List

    01) Item Catcher - Will catch or throw a held item
    02) Course Checker - Before attacking, will check if any obstacles are in the way
    03) Dedicated Traveler - Will prefer walking over attacking
    04) Item Master - Will use a held item
    05) Exclusive Move User - Will use moves only, not its regular attack
    06) PP Checker - Will stop using attacks with 0 PP and linked moves on the verge of delinking
    07) Efficiency Expert: When surrounder by Foes, the Pokemon will target the foe with the lowest HP
    08) Status Checker:If the Pokemon has a Staus Problem, it won't use Moves that induce the same Status Problem
    09) Nontraitor:When Cowering (ala Run Away) or Confused (ala Supersonic, etc)
    10) Self-Curer: This Pokemon recovers from Status Problems faster
    11) Quick Dodger: This Pokemon's Evasion goes up
    12) Type-Advantage Master: Moves that are strong against the enemy's Type have their Critical Hit Rate boosted
    13) Weak-Type Picker: When surrounded by many foes, the Pokemon will target ones a disadvantage typewise first
    14) Trap Avoider: This Pokemon avoids Wonder Tiles & Visible Traps whenever possible
    15) Nonsleeper: This Pokemon will not sleep or gain the Napping, Nightmare or Yawning Statuses
    16) Exp. Go-Getter: When battling 2 or more enemies, the Pokemon will target the ones with worth to most EXP
    17) Energy Saver: This Pokemon's Belly goes down slower
    18) Lava Evader: If this pokemon can cross Lava (ie: Abra, Beldum) it will choose not to 100% of the time
    19) All-Terrain Hiker: This Pokemon can walk across Lava, Water & and may levitate above ground (gains the ability to walk through gaps in Sky Tower)
    20) Sure-Hit Attacker: This Pokémon's Default A-Button attak has 100% Accuracy
    21) Trap Seer: If this Pokémon steps on a concealed trap, the trap will not be activated. It will be activated if you step on it again
    22) House Avoider: This Pokémon will not walk into Monster Houses
    23) Super Mobile: This IQ Skill Combines #19 (All-Terrain Hiker) and the Move Rock Smash (User may burrow through walls)

    Dungeon Traps

    Bug Switch: Causes sleep when stepped on
    Chestnut Switch: Spiky Chestnuts are dropped on Pokémon causing 10 damage
    Drop Hole: Pokémon that steps on trap falls down one floor
    Explosion Switch: When stepped on, Electrode self destructs, inflicting damage on everything within a 20 square area, destroys walls and items
    Fan switch: Sends Pokémon blasting in any direction, causes damage unless holding Mobile or are a ghost Pokémon
    Glue switch: Randomly makes one item unusable
    Grimer Switch: Turns some food items into Grimey food
    Imprison switch: Disables one attack for duration of the floor
    Mud switch: Decreases one stat randomly by 1
    Poison Sting Switch: Induces poison
    Pokémon switch: Changes the wild Pokémon or items in the room
    Self Destruct Switch: Voltorb detonates dealing damage in the area of 8 squares. Wipes out walls and items
    Skill Drop Trap: Reduces PP of one move to 0
    Slowpoke Switch: Slows Pokémon down
    Spin switch: Induces confusion
    Summon Switch: Causes several wild Pokémon to appear
    Warp Trap: Warps to another part of the floor

    Adventure Logs List

    Adventure Log 1

    Reached the Hill of the Ancients
    Took to the road as fugitives
    Prevented the meteor's collision
    Broke the curse on Gardevoir
    The rescue team base was completed
    Rescued Smeargle
    Spotted Munchlax
    # of moves were learned

    Adventure Log 2

    # of Friend Rescues were successful
    # of Pokémon evolved
    # of Pokémon joined the team
    # of thieving attempts succeeded
    # of floors were explored
    All Friend Areas obtained
    All Pokémon were made leaders
    All Pokémon joined the team

    Adventure Log 3

    Moltres joined the team
    Zapdos joined the team
    Articuno joined the team
    Deoxys joined the team
    Entei joined the team
    Raikou joined the team
    Suicune joined the team
    Ho-Oh joined the team

    Adventure Log 4

    Kyogre joined the team
    Groudon joined the team
    Rayquaza joined the team
    Lugia joined the team
    Celebi joined the team
    Mew joined the team
    Mewtwo joined the team
    Jirachi joined the team

    FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

    Q) Can I switch leaders?
    A) After you beat Rayquaza, the last boss in the story, you will be allowed by the "Make Leader" option that will become available when you talk to a Pokémon in its Friend Area to make a Pokémon the leader of the rescue team. Its stays leader until you switch it again

    Q) My partner keep dying and keeps making me lose! Can't I just remove him like all my other teammates?
    A) Unfortunately, no, not after you beat Rayquaza

    Q) I beat all the dungeons in the Makuhita Dojo...but I didn't get a Bonsly statue...
    A) After you beat Rayquaza (again!), Makuhita will open new ones, though the only one you'll have to complete after that is the Ghost Maze. Team Hydro, team Shiftry, etc. don't have to be done

    Q) I bought all Wigglytuff's friend areas, but I still can't recruit some Pokémon on my team! What's happening?!
    A) There could be three possibilities. One, you didn't complete the four special missions that reward you with friend areas (a list can be found at the top of the thread). Two, you didn't buy the new one that you unlock after beating Rayquaza (damn...again?), or three, your trying to recruit a Pokémon that can't be recruited - only can be by evolving

    Q) Where is Mew? I know he's in Buried Relic but I can't find him?
    A) Mew appears randomly throughout floors 36-98 of the Buried Relic, after you have beaten all three Regi's and obtained the ice parts, rock parts, and steels parts, which in turn make a music box. Mew appears like any normal Pokémon and can use transform, so watch the dialogue box for "Mew used transform" or "Mew picked up the ??? Poké". Mew has a very low recruit rate so be careful. A friend bow, high level and high rank are recommended. However, make sure you have the item you need most of all - the friend area Final Island (you can purchase it at the Wigglytuff Club)

    Q) What the...I just evolved, but I don't seem any stronger at all!
    A) The thing in Mystery dungeon is that you don't get stronger after evolving. Mystery dungeon makes up for this disappointment though by letting your Pokémon eat gummies in friend areas. In fact, its possible to have any Pokémon with 999 in each stat in this game

    Q) Can I change my team name?
    A) Unless you start a new game...no

    Q) Can you find Munchlax in this game? If yes, can he join you? Also, if yes, how do you find him?
    A) Yes, he is, but he can't join. The only way you can find him is in Pokémon Square, up to two times. He's rare to find

    Q) So, if he can't join you, what's his purpose?
    A) Both times he'll ask you to give him an apple or accuse you of stealing one. Either way, give one to him, and both times he'll give reward you a Munch Belt, which even though makes your belly go down faster, it raises both your special and physical attack stats

    Q) I'm confused about the wondermail codes, with the (M), (F), and (...) symbols...what do they mean?
    A) The (M) is the male sign, (F) is the female sign, and (...) is the ... sign. These "abreviations" are used because its pretty hard to type these symbols up, so these make it easier to do so

    CREDITS AND BEST CONTRIBUTERS

    Credits

    Weavile Statue: Ho-oh Master
    Mime Jr. Statue: frogla
    Adventure Logs List: Ho-oh Master
    IQ List: Ho-oh Master
    IQ Abilities: .::Escalator::.
    Purity Forest Guide: iPokeYou
    Wish Cave Guide: iPokeYou
    Deoxys Guides: Zora
    Latios Guides: shiny charizard master

    Best Contributors

    Ho-oh Master
    shiny charizard master
    iPokeYou

    OTHER GUIDES AND STRATEGY THREADS

    Old Mystery Dungeon Strategy Guide
    Recruiting Mew Thread
    Recruiting Celebi and Jirachi Thread
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    Beginner's Guide
    Made by iPokeYou

    Starting the Game With Your Partner
    When beginning your game, you start out with a personality quiz. You are requested to answer them honestly, but not all people would do so! Especially when the results of the test lean towards the Pokemon you will become in the game. After you are told who you are most like, you get to choose a partner from a list. An important thing in the test is when they ask for your gender. Even if you answer questions accordingly, the gender chosen places you into the category that certain Pokemon are in.

    Rescue Missions and Your Team Rank

    When you begin the game you’ll be at Normal Rank, the lowest rank possible because you just started your rescue team. You can then begin getting missions from the bulletin board located in front of the Pelipper Post Office or from your Mailbox right in front of your house. Based upon the rank of the mission, you can determine a mission’s difficulty and what you might earn from it.

    Completing a mission will always earn you “Rescue Points”. The more points you earn, the higher in rank your rescue team will become.

    Rescue Team Ranks and Rescue Points Required:
    * Normal Rank: 0
    * Bronze Rank: 50
    * Silver Rank: 500
    * Gold Rank: 1,500
    * Platinum Rank: 3,000
    * Diamond Rank: 7,500
    * Lucario Rank: 15,000

    Dungeon Information

    Each dungeon has a set amount of floors each. When you go into the same dungeon several times, you notice that the layout is different even though they were in the same dungeon. That's because the floors are changed each time to add challenge to the game.

    Each space that you move onto is considered a turn. Your foes will then take their turn. If you meet and then have to fight against an enemy Pokemon, you will take turns just like previous games except you always go first. However, between each turn you can take a moment to think of what you’ll do next, whether to move during the fight, or use an item. Attacking, moving, and item using uses up a turn.

    Partners can also be set to a certain tactic. If you go and select your Pokemon through the menu under the “Team” section", you then go to “Tactics” and choose what you want them to do. They can go and chase enemy Pokemon, stay where they are, or more.

    Another part to maneuvering through dungeons is the hunger which is displayed on the opening section of your menu. Moving around too much can make your Belly drop down. When your “Belly” status starts to get low, you will be told you’re getting hungry and that you need to eat. Otherwise you’ll begin to lose 1 HP per turn and eventually could faint in the dungeon.

    Certain items are essential when traveling through a dungeon. Items like the Oran Berry to heal your HP and Apples are essential for filling the “Belly” of your Pokemon. Pecha, Rawst, and Cheri Berries can heal certain status like paralysis while Gravelrocks and Blast Seeds can harm other Pokemon. Rare items like Reviver Seeds and Max Elixirs are also crucial in certain situations, so it is important to stock up before entering a dungeon.

    If the rescue team leader faints in the dungeon, then you will be immediately transported out of the dungeon with a failure. This will result in you losing half your items and all your money that you have with you, so save your game often. However, the SOS option allows you to prevent this and will become available soon after starting the game.

    Recruiting Pokemon - *Small Spoiler Warning*

    After defeating Skarmory on Mt. Steel you will see a cut scene with Magnemite back at the Team Base. You’ll realize that he can’t be on your team because there’s no place he could stay close by, thus he will leave. Your partner will talk about a place to buy Friend Areas that would open up the next day.

    In the Wigglytuff Club, Wigglytuff will explain to you how Friend Areas are necessary for recruiting Pokemon to your rescue team and will give you a few areas for free, and you will then be able to get other Pokemon to join your team. But there are certain requirements before a chance that they will ask to join your team.

    * You must have at least one space in your party
    * The Body Size (can be seen in the Summary of the Pokemon) must not go beyond six * with the addition of your new member
    * You must have the Friend Area that the Pokemon you wish to recruit can stay in
    * The leader of your team must make the final blow on the Pokemon
    * The Pokemon recruited cannot faint while you’re in the dungeon. You must get out of the dungeon for it to stay in your team for sure.

    After you're out of the dungeon they’ll stay. They can faint and will not leave the team permanently if they do.

    SOS Process

    If you happen to faint in a dungeon, you would normally lose some items and all your money. You can prevent that situation by sending an SOS distress call. Your game will be Quicksaved then you'll be at the main menu. When being rescued by someone, DO NOT resume gameplay, because that is only for when you're giving up on being rescued.

    When sending an SOS, go to "Friend Rescue" then choose Send SOS, you will then be able to choose Wireless/Link Cable or Password. Either way you will be sending an SOS so that somebody may rescue you. When the rescuer recieves the mail, they may start rescuing you by going to the Pelipper Post Office and selecting Receive SOS. The rescuer must go up the same dungeon with the same floor layout and try to get to the floor you fainted on. When they reach the floor you fainted on, they must find a "Rescue Point" which is a red flag square tile.

    When your rescuer sends an A-OK mail via Wireless/Link Cable, you are allowed to revive your team by going to "Friend Rescue" then "Recieve A-OK". If it is by password, you must go to "Friend Rescue" then "Recieve A-OK" then type in the password that was given. You can send a Thank-You mail right away to the rescuer with an item in your Storage or not or you can send it afterwards. When you're done recieving A-OK mail, you may resume your game with all your items and money.

    Wondermail

    Wondermail is the code you can use to obtain or give missions via Password. When you start up the game, select "Wondermail" and input the code, then you immediately receive a new mission added to your job list. There are a few missions that can only be obtained through Wondermail and these special missions come with unique rewards like unlocked Pokemon or friend areas.

    If you want to give someone the Wondermail code to a mission, just copy down the Wondermail password of the mission by looking at the Mission Info before accepting the mail. Then give that code to the person. They can put it in and receive the mission too.

    Evolution Process

    You are not able to evolve until after beating the main storyline. After you do beat Rayquaza, you hear about a cave in Whiscash Pond. Also, the cave is too narrow for more than one Pokemon to fit in the cave. And still your partner is following you. So what you do is attempt to go out into a dungeon, then your partner talks about switching leaders. After you agree, you can go to your partner and choose "Stand By". That will allow you to go into the cave. There are also another option too. You can change leaders. That means you can be a Caterpie! If you want to evolve recruits, you must make them leader and make sure they're by themselves.

    Gummis

    Gummis play an important role in the game. It makes the Pokemon eating the Gummi smarter, thus raising IQ. You might even gain IQ skills. If you want to switch IQ skills, you go to the Pokemon's information then go to the IQ List, then set an IQ skill. Dual type Pokemon gain IQ much faster than single type Pokemon. Also, benefits of feeding a Pokemon a Gummi in its Friend Area will raise a stat point as well as IQ. In dungeons, it fills your Belly and raises IQ.

    This is the list of Pokemon Types that like certain Gummis (Credit to Midnight Lucario):
    Black: Dark
    Blue: Water
    Brown: Ground
    Clear: Ice
    Gold: Psychic
    Grass: Grass (Ironic)
    Gray: Rock
    Green: Bug
    Orange: Fighting
    Pink: Poison
    Purple: Ghost
    Red: Fire
    Royal: Dragon
    Silver: Steel
    Sky: Flying
    White: Normal
    Yellow: Electric



    Dungeon Unlocking Guide
    Made by iPokeYou

    Tiny Woods (3 Floors) Agree to help out Butterfree find Caterpie. You cannot recruit pokemon here.

    Thunderwave Cave (5 Floors): Recieve first rescue request in your mailbox (Automatic).

    Mt. Steel (9 Floors): Do a few Bulletin Board rescue missions and Dugtrio will go to your house asking for help.

    Sinister Woods (13 Floors): After rescuing Digglet, do a few optional missions and Caterpie will ask for help.

    Silent Chasm (9 Floors): After rescuing Metapod, go to Pokemon Square and see a cutscene, do a few Bulletin Board missions and Jumpluff will go to your base and ask for help.

    Mt Thunder (10 Floors+3 at Peak): Finish Silent Chasm. Home of Zapdos.

    Great Canyon (12 Floors): Finish Mt. Thunder.

    Lapis Cave(14 Floors): Finish Great Canyon, watch the cutscene.

    Mt. Blaze (12 Floors+3 at Peak): Finish Lapis Cave. Home of Moltres.

    Frosty Forest (9 Floors+5 at Grotto): Finish Mt. Blaze. Home of Articuno.

    Mt. Freeze (15 Floors+5 at Peak): Finish Frosty Forest

    Magma Cavern (23 Floors+3 at Pit): After rebuilding your base (Uproar Forest, see below), do a few Bulletin Board missions, go to Pokemon Square and you will volunteer to go. Home of Groudon.

    Sky Tower (25 Floors+9 at Summit): Finish Magma Cavern and go to the Square. Home of Rayquaza.

    Uproar Forest (10 Floors): Finish Mt. Freeze. Do a few Bulletin Board Missions and look for a request by Wynaut on the Bulletin Board.

    Howling Forest (15 Floors): Obtain Sky Blue Plains Friend Area and look for Smeargle's request on the Bulleting Board.

    Stormy Sea (40 Floors): Beat Rayquaza HM Dive required to enter. Home of Kyogre

    Silver Trench (99 Floors): Finish Stormy Seas and Pitfall Valley (Below). Befriend Articuno, Zapdos and Moltres. Talk to Alakazam in the Square and visit Legendary Island Friend Area, take a few steps and the birds will grant you access. HM Dive Required to enter Home of Lugia

    Meteor Cave (20 Floors): Befriend Lugia. Limited to three items. Home of Deoxys Only money is found here.

    Fiery Field (30 Floors): Obtain HM Surf (Solar Cave 20F, surrounded by water), go to the Square and a Spinda should appear and give you a feather, take it to Xatu on the Great Canyon and you will gain access. HM Surf required to enter. Prompted Save. Home of Entei. Fire Stones found on Floor 29

    Lighting Field (30 Floors): Finish Fiery Field. HM Surf required to enter. Prompted Save. Home of Raikou. Thunder Stones found on Floor 29

    Northwind Field (30 Floors): Finish Lightning Field. HM Surf required to enter. Prompted Save. Home of Suicune. Water Stones found on Floor 29

    Mt. Faraway (40 Floors): Finish Northwind Field. HM Surf required to enter. Prompted Save. Home of Ho-Oh. Friend Bow found on floor 30 behind a locked door.

    Western Cave (99 Floors): Befriend Ho-Oh. HM Surf required to enter. Home of Mewtwo. Beauty Scarf found on floor 59 behind a locked door.

    Northern Range (25 Floors): Purchase Southern Island Friend Area from Wigglytuff and get HM Surf (Solar Cave 20F, surrounded by water). Home of Latios.

    Pitfall Valley (25 Floors): Finish Northern Range. Home of Latias.

    Buried Relic (99 Floors): Finish Stormy Seas and check you mailbox for a message conecerning about buried trasures. Talk to Lombre and then Shiftry in the Square. Prompted save. Home of Mew, Regice, Registeel and Regirock. HM Rock Smash found on floor 45 behind a locked door. HM Strength found on floor 60 behind a locked door. HM Flash is found on floor 70 behind a locked door. HM Cut found on floor 80 surrounded by water and a wall.

    Wish Cave (99 Floors): Finish Pitfall Valley. Obtain Sky Blue Plains Friend Area. Overhear Medicham and Ekans discuss in front of Whiscash's pond. Do a bulletin board mission. Listen in again to te conversation at the same place. Do a bulletin board mission. Talk to Ekans in the same place and look for Medicham's rescue request on the bulletin board. HM Surf required to enter. Prompted Save. No money. LVL 1 regression Home of Jirachi. Wish Stone found on floor 50. Leaf Stones, King's Rocks, and Up-Grade found randomly in shops.

    Murky Cave (19 Floors): Once you finish Stormy Seas and rescue Medicham from Wish Cave. Talk to Ekans and Medicham at the square. Go on a mission and beat Mt. Freeze again with Gengar. Only money is found here.

    Desert Region (20 Floors): Purchase Furnace Desert Friend Area from Wigglytuff.

    Southern Cavern (50 Floors): Obtain Boulder Cave Friend Area. Metal Coats found on floor 49.

    Wyvern Hill (30 Floors): Obtain Dragon Cave Friend Area. Sun Ribbon found on floor 20 behind a locked door. HM Fly found on floor 30. Dragon Scales found on floor 29.

    Solar Cave (20 Floors): Defeat Rayquaza. HM Dive found on floor 10 behind a locked door surrounded by water. HM Waterfall is found on floor 15 behind a locked door surrounded by water. HM Surf is found on floor 20 surrounded by water.

    Darknight Relic (15 Floors): Purchase Secretive Forest Friend Area from Wigglytuff.

    Grand Sea (30 Floors): Purchase Serene Sea Friend Area from Wigglytuff. Requires HM Dive to enter DeepSeaTooth found on floor 15, DeepSeaScale found on floor 25 sorrounded by water.

    Waterfall Pond (19 Floors): Beat Rayquaza. Requires HM Waterfall to enter

    Unown Relic (11 Floors): Purchase Aged Chamber AN and Aged Chamber O? Friend Areas from Wigglytuff. Home of Unown

    Joyous Tower (99 Floors): Finish Pitfall Valley. Obtain Sky Blue Plains Friend Area.

    Far-off Sea (75 Floors): Purchase Serene Sea Friend Area from Wigglytuff. Requires HM Dive to enter TM Wide Slash found on floor 50 behind a locked door. TM Vacuum-Cut found on floor 72 behind a locked door. DeepSeaScale and DeepSeaTooth found randomly.

    Purity Forest (99 Floors): Finish pitfall Valley. Obtain Sky Blue Plains Friend Area. No items, no money, only one PKMN may enter, LVL 1 regression and you cannot recruit. Home of Celebi.

    Oddity Cave (15 Floors): Special wondermail.

    Remains Island (20 Floors): Special wondermail.

    Marvelous Sea (20 Floors): Special wondermail.

    Fantasy Strait (30 Floors): Special wondermail.

    Dungeon Attack Dex


    Basically made to know what the moves now do in Pokemon Mystery Dungeon. Credit goes to Scepgatr.

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    Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Personality Quiz Guide
    Made by iPokeYou


    To determine which Starting Pokemon you will be, you will be given 8 questions with answers that leans towards a certain personality. Then the last question will just ask for your gender. When the questions are answered, the answers a tallied and your personality description and Pokemon comes up. When there is a tie between two personalities, one of them will randomly be chosen.

    Male(Left List) Female(Right List)
    Hardy: Charmander | Pikachu
    Docile: Bulbasaur | Chikorita
    Brave: Machop | Charmander
    Jolly: Squirtle | Totodile
    Impish: Pikachu | Cubone
    Naive: Totodile | Eevee
    Timid: Cyndaquil | Mudkip
    Hasty: Torchic | Skitty
    Sassy: Treecko | Torchic
    Calm: Mudkip | Bulbasaur
    Relaxed: Psyduck | Squirtle
    Lonely: Cubone | Psyduck
    Quirky: Meowth | Treecko

    As you can see, there are some Pokemon that can only be made as a starter depending if you are male or female.
    Male Only: Machop, Meowth, Cyndaquil
    Female Only: Eevee, Skitty, Chikorita

    Tips

    - Keep in mind the personality of the Pokemon you're trying to get.
    You want to always answer questions that increase that personality
    trait.

    - When you're asked a question that doesn't have an answer for your
    chosen personality, pick answers that increase traits you haven't
    answered for yet and have low increases. It's often better to
    answer a question with something that increases a bunch of traits
    by 1 instead of an answer that increases a single trait by 2 or
    even 3.

    Questions

    Hardy

    Question #1 A test is coming up.
    How do you study for it?

    Answers:
    Study hard.
    +2 Hardy
    At the last second.
    +2 Relaxed
    Ignore it and play.
    +2 Impish


    Question #2 Can you focus on something you like?

    Answers:
    Yes.
    +2 Hardy, +1 Docile
    No.
    +2 Quirky


    Question #3 When the going gets tough, do you get
    going?

    Answers:
    Yes.
    +2 Hardy, +2 Brave
    No.
    +2 Sassy, +2 Quirky


    Question #4 There is a bucket. If you put
    water in it, how high will you fill it?

    Answers:
    Full.
    +2 Hardy
    Half.
    +2 Calm
    A little.
    +2 Quirky



    Docile

    Question #1 You are offered a choice of two gifts.
    Which one will you take?

    Answers:
    Big box.
    +2 Docile, +1 Naive
    Small box.
    +2 Timid, +1 Calm


    Question #2 You broke a rotten egg in your room!
    What will you do?

    Answers:
    Open a window right away.
    +2 Docile, +1 Hasty
    Take a sniff first.
    +2 Naive, +1 Relaxed


    Question #3 A friend brought over something you'd
    forgotten.
    How do you thank your friend?

    Answers:
    Say thank you regularly.
    +2 Docile
    Say thanks with a joke.
    +1 Naive, +1 Lonely
    Say thanks, but be cool.
    +2 Sassy


    Question #4 There is a wallet at the side of a road.

    Answers:
    Turn it in to the police!
    +2 Docile
    Yay! Yay!
    +2 Naive
    Is anyone watching...?
    +2 Impish




    Brave

    Question #1 You're going bungee jumping for the first
    time.

    Since it's scary, you decide to test the
    jump with a doll...
    And the bungee cord snaps!

    Will you still try to make a jump anyway?

    Answers:
    Yes.
    +3 Brave, +1 Impish
    No.
    +2 Docile, +1 Timid


    Question #2 There is an alien invasion!
    What will you do?

    Answers:
    Fight.
    Do Question #2b
    Run.
    +2 Timid
    Ignore it.
    +2 Relaxed


    Question #2b You valiantly fight the aliens...
    But, you are defeated...

    An alien says to you...

    "YOU HAVE IMPRESSED US.
    IT WAS A PLEASURE TO SEE.

    JOIN US, AND TOGETHER WE SHALL
    RULE THE WORLD."
    What will you do?

    Answers:
    Rule with the aliens.
    +1 Sassy, +1 Relaxed
    Refuse.
    +4 Brave


    Question #3 There is a scream from behind a door!
    How will you react?

    Answers:
    Yank open the door.
    +1 Hardy, +2 Brave
    Scream in unison.
    +2 Naive


    Question #4 A delinquent is hassling a girl on
    a busy city street!
    What will you do?

    Answers:
    Help without hesitation.
    +3 Brave
    Help, even if scared.
    +2 Hardy, +2 Brave
    Call the police.
    +1 Docile, +1 Timid, +1 Relaxed
    Do nothing out of fear.
    +2 Timid




    Jolly

    Question #1 Are you a cheerful personality?

    Answers:
    Yes.
    +2 Jolly, +1 Naive
    No.
    +1 Sassy, +1 Quirky


    Question #2 Do you like to noisily enjoy yourself
    with others?

    Answers:
    Yes.
    +2 Jolly, +1 Lonely
    No.
    +1 Timid


    Question #3 It's the summer holidays!
    Where would you like to go?

    Answers:
    The beach!
    +2 Jolly
    Spas.
    +2 Calm
    Anywhere.
    +2 Quirky


    Question #4 A foreign person has started up a
    conversation with you.

    To be honest, you don't have a clue what
    this fellow is saying.
    How do you reply?

    Answers:
    Haha! Yes. Very funny!
    +3 Jolly
    Um... Could you say that again?
    +2 Hardy
    Right... Well, I gotta go.
    +2 Timid



    Impish

    Question #1 Have you ever made a pitfall trap?

    Answers:
    Yes.
    +2 Impish, +1 Lonely
    No.
    +2 Calm


    Question #2 Do you like pranks?

    Answers:
    Yes.
    +2 Impish
    No.
    +1 Docile, +1 Relaxed


    Question #3 Are there many things that you would like
    to do?

    Answers:
    Yes.
    +1 Hardy, +2 Impish
    No.
    +1 Sassy, +2 Quirky


    Question #4 Your friend is being bullied!
    What do you do?

    Answers:
    Face up to the bully.
    +3 Brave
    Caution the bully from afar.
    +2 Timid
    Heckle the bully from behind.
    +2 Impish


    Naive

    Question #1 Do you like groan-inducing puns?

    Answers:
    Love them!
    +1 Impish, +3 Naive
    A little.
    +2 Jolly
    Spare me.
    +2 Sassy


    Question #2 Do you tend to laugh a lot?

    Answers:
    Yes.
    +1 Docile, +2 Naive
    No.
    +2 Quirky


    Question #3 Do others often call you childish?

    Answers:
    Yes.
    +1 Jolly, +2 Naive
    No.
    +2 Calm


    Question #4 Do you like to imagine things for your
    amusement?

    Answers:
    Yes.
    +2 Naive
    No.
    +2 Hasty



    Timid

    Question #1 A human hand extends out of a toilet!
    What would you do?

    Answers:
    Scream and run.
    +2 Timid
    Close the lid without a word.
    +1 Hardy, +2 Calm
    Shake hands with it.
    +2 Brave, +1 Impish, +1 Naive


    Question #2 Grab any digit on your left hand with your
    right hand.
    Which digit did you grab?

    Answers:
    Thumb.
    +2 Timid
    Index finger.
    +2 Hasty
    Middle finger.
    +2 Jolly
    Ring finger.
    +2 Sassy
    Little finger.
    +2 Lonely


    Question #3 You are suddenly locked inside a
    pitch-black room!
    What do you do?

    Answers:
    Kick the door.
    +2 Timid
    Cry.
    +2 Lonely
    Clean it.
    +2 Impish, +1 Quirky


    Question #4 Can you go into a haunted house?

    Answers:
    No problem!
    +3 Brave
    Uh... N-no...
    +2 Timid
    With someone I like.
    +2 Sassy



    Hasty

    Question #1 You receive a gift!
    But you don't know what's in it.
    You're curious, so what do you do?

    Answers:
    Open it now.
    +2 Hasty
    Open it later.
    +2 Calm
    Get someone to open it.
    +2 Timid


    Question #2 You win a lottery!
    What do you do with the money?

    Answers:
    Spend it now.
    +2 Jolly, +1 Hasty
    Save it.
    +1 Hardy, +1 Calm
    Give it away.
    +2 Brave, +2 Quirky


    Question #3 You come across a treasure chest!
    What do you do?

    Answers:
    Open it right away!
    +2 Hasty
    No... Could be a trap...
    +2 Timid
    It's going to be empty...
    +2 Sassy


    Question #4 Your friend fails to show up for a meeting
    at the promised time.
    What do you do?

    Answers:
    Become irritated.
    +1 Docile, +2 Hasty
    Wait patiently.
    +2 Relaxed
    Get angry and bail.
    +3 Hasty




    Sassy

    Question #1 Your country's leader is in front of you.
    How do you speak to him or her?

    Answers:
    Speak calmly.
    +2 Hardy
    Speak nervously.
    +2 Docile
    WHATEVER!!
    +2 Sassy


    Question #2 Do others tell you to watch what you say?

    Answers:
    Yes.
    +1 Impish, +2 Sassy
    No.
    +2 Calm


    Question #3 Do you think you are cool?
    Be honest.

    Answers:
    Yes.
    +2 Sassy
    No.
    +2 Relaxed


    Question #4 Can you sincerely thank someone when you
    feel grateful?

    Answers:
    Yes.
    +2 Docile, +1 Calm
    No.
    +2 Sassy, +1 Quirky




    Calm

    Question #1 Do you occasionally consider yourself
    dull and overly cautious?

    Answers:
    Yes.
    +2 Calm, +1 Lonely
    No.
    +2 Hardy


    Question #2 Do you dream of lounging around idly
    without much excitement?

    Answers:
    Yes.
    +2 Calm
    No.
    +2 Impish


    Question #3 Do you like to fight?

    Answers:
    Yes.
    +1 Impish, +2 Timid
    No.
    +2 Calm, +1 Lonely


    Question #4 Do you often yawn?

    Answers:
    Yes.
    +2 Calm, +1 Relaxed
    No.
    +1 Hardy, +2 Hasty



    Relaxed

    Question #1 Are you often late for school or meetings?

    Answers:
    Yes.
    +1 Sassy, +2 Relaxed
    No.
    +2 Hardy, +1 Hasty


    Question #2 Do you get the feeling that you've slowed
    down lately?

    Answers:
    Yes.
    +2 Relaxed
    No.
    +1 Impish, +2 Hasty


    Question #3 It is a pleasant day at the beach.
    How do you feel?

    Answers:
    This feels great!
    +2 Jolly
    Snore...
    +2 Relaxed
    I want to go home soon!
    +2 Hasty


    Question #4 Do you fall asleep without noticing?

    Answers:
    Yes.
    +1 Calm, +2 Relaxed
    No.
    +2 Hardy



    Lonely

    Question #1 Do you feel lonesome when you are alone?

    Answers:
    Yes.
    +1 Timid, +2 Lonely
    No.
    +2 Sassy


    Question #2 Do you hate to be the last person to leave
    class at the end of a school day?

    Answers:
    Yes.
    +1 Timid, +2 Lonely
    No.
    +3 Brave, +1 Relaxed


    Question #3 What do you do with your room's light
    when you're going to bed at night?

    Answers:
    Leave it on.
    +1 Timid, +2 Lonely
    Turn it off.
    +2 Calm


    Question #4 It's a weekend, but no one will play
    with you...
    What do you do?

    Answers:
    Go on a trip.
    +1 Jolly, +1 Lonely
    Hang around vacantly.
    +1 Calm, +2 Relaxed
    Huddle in a corner.
    +1 Timid, +3 Lonely


    Quirky

    Question #1 Do you sometimes run out of things to do
    all of a sudden?

    Answers:
    Yes.
    +2 Quirky
    No.
    +2 Hardy


    Question #2 How quickly do you respond to an e-mail?

    Answers:

    Reply right away.
    +1 Hardy, +1 Hasty
    May reply, may not.
    +2 Quirky
    Too much trouble.
    +2 Sassy


    Question #3 There is a person you like...
    But there's no opportunity to get close.
    What do you do?

    Answers:
    Bravely declare my love.
    +1 Hardy, +3 Brave
    Might say hello...
    +2 Quirky
    Pull a prank to get attention.
    +2 Impish
    Look from afar.
    +2 Timid


    Question #4 The road forks to the right and left.
    You are told there is a treasure on the
    right side. What do you do?

    Answers:
    Instantly go right.
    +2 Docile
    It's a trap! Go left.
    +2 Sassy
    Choose either side.
    +2 Quirky



    Misc.

    Question #1 On vacation outings, you want to...

    Answers:
    Go alone.
    +1 Hasty, +1 Quirky
    Go with others.
    +1 Jolly, +1 Lonely


    Question #2 It's the summer festival!
    Do you like carnivals?

    Answers:
    Love them!
    +2 Jolly
    Don't care.
    +1 Sassy, +1 Quirky


    Question #3 Somebody calls you "weird but funny."
    How does that make you feel?

    Answers:
    Happy!
    +1 Naive, +1 Lonely
    Not happy.
    +1 Hasty, +1 Sassy


    Final Question - Gender

    Question Are you a boy or a girl?

    Answers:
    Boy.
    Male
    Girl.
    Female
    ________________________________

    Images provided by my friend :

    The Pokemon you become :


    Choosing your stalking partner :


    When you meet with your partner for the 1st time :


    Your first rescue mission :


    Forming your rescue team :
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    iPokeYou's In-Game Guide

    Index
    1. The Wondermail Section
    2. Recruitment Guide
    3. Contact Me

    The Wondermail Section
    What is a Wonder Mail?Wonder Mails are Rescue Jobs you find in the Pelipper Post Office Job Board and your Mailbox. These Missions have a Code on them so you could give the same mission to someone else so they could use the same mission as you.

    I am going to list the most easiest missions for the most rarest things in this format:

    Client:
    Objective:
    Place:
    Reward:
    <Code>

    How is this Section Organized?
    1. Unlockbles
    - Version Exclusive Pokemon
    - Weavile and Mime Jr. Status
    - Hidden Dungeons
    - Unlockable Friend Areas
    2. TMs and HMs
    3. Rare and Useful Items

    Unlockables

    Version Exclusives
    What and Where are the Version Exclusive Pokemon?

    Red Rescue Team Exclusives
    Plusle
    • ThunderWave Cave 4F-5F
    • Lighting Field 7F-19F
    • Joyous Tower 5F-8F
    Roselia
    • Uproar Forest 4F-7F
    Mantine
    • Grand Sea 30F
    Porygon
    • Buried Relic 5F-10F
    Feebas
    • Waterfall Pond 16F-19F

    Blue Rescue Team Exclusives
    Minun
    • ThunderWave Cave 4F-5F
    • Lightning Field 7F-19F
    • Joyous Tower 5F-8F
    Aipom
    • Uproar Forest 1F-6F
    Lapras
    • Far-Off Sea 45F-50F
    Porygon2
    • Wish Cave 79F-84F
    • Buried Relic 10F-14F, 16F-18F
    • Joyous Tower 80F-84F
    Magikarp
    • Waterfall Pond 7F-11F
    ____________________

    Version Exclusives Wondermail

    Client: Plusle
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Poke
    ??J? F?X? ?7??
    KR?H F466 1???

    Client: Roselia
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Poke
    ??J? +?0? ?7??
    KR?J F466 1???

    Client: Mantine
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Poke
    ??J? Q?X? 46??
    -(f)?(m) F466 1???

    Client: Porygon
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Poke
    ??J? P?F? 46??
    3+?7 F466 1???

    Client: Feebas
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Poke
    ??J? (f)?(...)? ?7??
    +J?Q F466 1???

    Client: Minun
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Poke
    ??J? F?Y? 47??
    YT?H F466 1???

    Client: Aipom
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Poke
    ??J? W?F? ?6??
    1M?Y F466 1???

    Client: Lapras
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Poke
    ??J? 6?S? 46??
    S!?? F466 1???

    Client: Porygon2
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Poke
    ??J? 6?S? ?7??
    ?H?? F466 1???

    Client: Magikarp
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Poke
    ??J? ??+? 46??
    3+?? F466 1???

    Unlockable Statues

    Reward: Weavile Fig
    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Location: Tiny Woods 1F
    ??9? ??S? 4???
    NF?? F4N6 J???

    Reward: Mime Jr. Fig
    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Location: Tiny Woods 1F
    ??K? ??S? 4???
    RF?? F4N6 J???

    Hidden Dungeons

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Oddity Cave 1F
    Reward: Poke
    ??JS ??Y? 4???
    RF?? FJ66 1???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Remains Island 1F
    Reward: Poke
    ??J4 ??(...)? 4???
    8F?? FJ66 1???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Marvelous Sea 1F
    Reward: Poke
    ??JH ??Y? 4???
    8F?? FJ66 1???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Fantasy Strait 1F
    Reward: Poke
    ??J1 ??(...)? 4???
    9F?? FJ66 1???

    Unlockable Friend Areas

    Client: Nidoqueen
    Objective: Save Nidoqueen
    Place: Uproar Forest B6F
    Reward: Sky Blue Plains
    2?0... Y(f)T? 43N4
    (m)1?9 8R26 MR?W

    Client: Raticate
    Objective: Find Rattata
    Place: Frosty Forest 8F
    Reward: Dragon Cave
    S?0Y +N0? 9SPF
    -1?P ...6TR 43?2

    Client: Nidoran (f)
    Objective: Escort to Spinarak
    Place: Silent Chasm B8F
    Reward: Mt. Moonview
    0?2C X3...? 40P3
    31?0 +?+0 PF?W


    Client: Gligar
    Objective: Deliver Cheri Berry
    Place: Silent Chasm B5F
    Reward: Boulder Cave
    3?0C H(f)+? ?T77
    CN?! F445 +(m)?W

    TMs and HMs


    TMs

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Used TM
    ??9? ??T? 4???
    8F?? F466 (m)???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Focus Punch
    ??K? ??T? 4???
    FF?? F466 (m)???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Dragon Claw
    ??9? ??T? 4???
    +F?? F466 W???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Water Pulse
    ??K? ??T? 4???
    SF?? F466 W???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Calm Mind
    ??9? ??T? 4???
    YF?? F476 ????

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Roar
    ??K? ??T? 4???
    5F?? F476 ????

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Toxic
    ??9? ??T? 4???
    CF?? F476 6???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Bulk Up
    ??9? ??T? 4???
    KF?? F476 7???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Bullet Seed
    ??K? ??T? 4???
    2F?? F476 7???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Hidden Power
    ??9? ??T? 4???
    (f)F?? F476 N???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Taunt
    ??9? ??T? 4???
    WF?? F476 P???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Ice Beam
    ??K? ??X? 4???
    6F?? F476 P???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Blizzard
    ??9? ??X? 4???
    NF?? F476 R???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Hyper Beam
    ??K? ??X? 4???
    RF?? F476 R???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Light Screen
    ??9? ??X? 4???
    9F?? F476 8???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Protect
    ??K? ??X? 4???
    0F?? F476 8???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Giga Drain
    ??K? ??X? 4???
    TF?? F476 9???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Safeguard
    ??9? ??X? 4???
    YF?? F476 F???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Solarbeam
    ??9? ??X? 4???
    CF?? F476 0???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Frustration
    ??K? ??X? 4???
    5F?? F476 F???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Iron Tail
    ??K? ??X? 4???
    JF?? F476 0???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Thunderbolt
    ??9? ??X? 4???
    KF?? F476 +???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Thunder
    ??K? ??X? 4???
    2F?? F476 +???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Earthquake
    ??9? ??X? 4???
    (f)F?? F476 (...)???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Return
    ??K? ??X? 4???
    QF?? F476 (...)???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Dig
    ??9? ??X? 4???
    WF?? F476 S???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Psychic
    ??K? ??Y? 4???
    6F?? F476 S???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Shadow Ball
    ??9? ??Y? 4???
    NF?? F476 T???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Brick Break
    ??K? ??Y? 4???
    RF?? F476 T???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Reflect
    ??K? ??Y? 4???
    0F?? F476 X???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Shock Wave
    ??9? ??Y? 4???
    (...)F?? F476 Y???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Flamethrower
    ??K? ??Y? 4???
    TF?? F476 Y???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Sludge Bomb
    ??9? ??Y? 4???
    YF?? F476 4???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Fire Blast
    ??9? ??Y? 4???
    CF?? F476 5???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Aerial Ace
    ??9? ??Y? 4???
    KF?? F476 M???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Torment
    ??K? ??Y? 4???
    2F?? F476 M???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Facade
    ??9? ??Y? 4???
    (f)F?? F476 C???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Secret Power
    ??K? ??Y? 4???
    QF?? F476 C???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Rest
    ??9? ??Y? 4???
    WF?? F476 H???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Attract
    ??K? ??F? 4???
    6F?? F476 H???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Theif
    ??9? ??F? 4???
    NF?? F476 J???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Steel Wing
    ??K? ??F? 4???
    RF?? F476 J???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Skill Swap
    ??9? ??F? 4???
    9F?? F476 -???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Overheat
    ??9? ??F? 4???
    (...)F?? F476 K???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Wide Slash
    ??K? ??F? 4???
    TF?? F476 K???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Vacuum Cut
    ??K? ??+? 4???
    5F?? F4N6 F???

    HMs

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Cut
    ??9? ??(...)? 4???
    YF?? F4N6 4???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Fly
    ??K? ??(...)? 4???
    5F?? F4N6 4???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Surf
    ??9? ??(...)? 4???
    CF?? F4N6 5???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Strength
    ??K? ??(...)? 4???
    JF?? F4N6 5???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Flash
    ??9? ??(...)? 4???
    KF?? F4N6 M???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Rock Smash
    ??K? ??(...)? 4???
    2F?? F4N6 M???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Waterfall
    ??9? ??(...)? 4???
    (f)F?? F4N6 C???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Dive
    ??K? ??(...)? 4???
    QF?? F4N6 C???

    Rare and Useful Items

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: No-Stick Cap
    ??9? ??X? 4???
    +F?? F4?6 9???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Joy Ribbon
    ??9? ??X? 4???
    XF?? F4?6 F???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: X-Ray Specs
    ??K? ??X? 4???
    4F?? F4?6 F???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Tight Belt
    ??K? ??X? 4???
    3F?? F4?6 (...)???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Friend Bow
    ??9? ??F? 4???
    +F?? F4?6 K???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Sun Ribbon
    ??9? ??F? 4???
    XF?? F4?6 1???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Lunar Ribbon
    ??K? ??F? 4???
    4F?? F4?6 1???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Wish Stone
    ??9? ??F? 4???
    !F?? F4?6 (f)???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Upgrade
    ??9? ??S? 4???
    7F?? F466 J???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: King's Rock
    ??K? ??S? 4???
    PF?? F466 J???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Thunderstone
    ??9? ??S? 4???
    8F?? F466 -???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Deepseascale
    ??K? ??S? 4???
    FF?? F466 -???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Deepseatooth
    ??9? ??S? 4???
    +F?? F466 K???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Sun Stone
    ??K? ??S? 4???
    SF?? F466 K???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Moon Stone
    ??9? ??S? 4???
    XF?? F466 1???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Fire Stone
    ??K? ??S? 4???
    4F?? F466 1???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Water Stone
    ??9? ??S? 4???
    MF?? F466 2???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Metal Coat
    ??K? ??S? 4???
    HF?? F466 2???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Leaf Stone
    ??9? ??S? 4???
    -F?? F466 !???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Dragon Scale
    ??K? ??S? 4???
    1F?? F466 !???

    Client: Bulbasaur
    Objective: Help Me
    Place: Tiny Woods 1F
    Reward: Link Cable
    ??9? ??S? 4???
    !F?? F466 (f)???


    Recruitment Guide

    This guide is split up into 3 parts:
    - Recruitment Guide
    - Friend Area Guide
    - Recruitment Chance Bonus

    Recruitment Guide

    The Recruiting Info Will Be Shown as the Following
    Dex number, Pokemon, Size, Location, Recruit Rate, Other Info



    # 1. Bulbasaur (*) Starter pokemon, Joyous Tower 1-5 (12.5%).
    # 2. Ivysaur (*) Evolve from Bulbsaur at lvl 16, Western Cave 19-27 (-19%)
    # 3. Venusaur (*) Evolve from Ivysaur at lvl 32.
    # 4. Charmander (*) Starter Pokemon or Firey Fields 5-8 (11.7%)
    # 5. Charmeleon (*) Evolve from Charmander at lvl 16 or Fiery Fields 26-29 (-19%)
    # 6. Charizard (*) Evolve from Charmeleon at lvl 36
    # 7. Squirtle (*) Starter Pokemon or in Waterfall Pond 8-12 (11.7%)
    # 8. Wartortle (*) Evolve from Squirtle at lvl 16 or Northwind Field 27-29 (-19%)
    # 9. Blastiose (*) Evolve from Wartortle at lvl 36 or Western Cave 89-98 (-33.9%)
    # 10. Caterpie (*) Wish Cave Floors 2-4 (10.2%)
    # 11. Metapod (*) Evolve from Caterpie at lvl 7 or Joyous Tower 7-8 (-19%)
    # 12. Butterfree (*) Evolve from Metapod at lvl 10.
    # 13. Weedle (*) Silent Chasm 1-6, Mt. Thunder 1-4, Joyous Tower 28-34 (11.4%)
    # 14. Kakuna (*) Evolve from Weedle at lvl 7, Joyous Tower 9-13 (-19%)
    # 15. Beedrill (*) Evolve from Kakuna at lvl 10
    # 16. Pidgey (*) Howling Forest 9-13 with (10.1%)
    # 17. Pidgeotto (*) Evolve from Pidgey at lvl 18 Mt. Thunder 2-5 (-19%)
    # 18. Pidgeot (*) Evolve from Pidgeotto at lvl 36
    # 19. Rattata (*) Thunderwave Cave 1-3. Wish Cave 5-7 (9.5%)
    # 20. Raticate (*) Evolve from Rattata at lvl 20
    # 21. Spearow (*) Mt. Steel 1-4, Pitfall Valley 4-9 (11.9%)
    # 22. Fearow (*) Evolve from Spearow at lvl 20
    # 23. Ekans (*) Western Cave 3-5 (12.4%)
    # 24. Arbok (*) Evolve from Ekans at lvl 22
    # 25. Pikachu (*) Starter Pokemon, Evolve from Pichu with 6 IQ or Lightning Fields 6-10 (-19%)
    # 26. Raichu (*) Evolve from Pikachu using a Thunderstone
    # 27. Sandshrew (*) Magma Cavern 1-6, Buried Relic 36-59, Desert Region 1-6, Joyous Tower 68-73 (10.4%)
    # 28. Sandslash (*) Evolve from Sanshrew at lvl 22
    # 29. Nidoran(F)(*) Thunderwave Cave 1-3 (13.3%)
    # 30. Nidorina (*) Evolve from Nidoran? at lvl 16, Lapxis Cave 4-8, Wish Cave 47-50 (-19%)
    # 31. Nidoqueen (*) Evolve from Nidorina with MoonStone
    # 32. Nidoran(M) (*) Mt Thunder 1-4, Wish Cave 33-37 (12.6%)
    # 33. Nidorino (*) Evolve from Nidoran? at lvl 16. Lapis Cave 4-8, Wish Cave 47-50 (-19%)
    # 34. Nidoking (*) Evolve from Nidorino with Moon Stone
    # 35. Clefairy (*) Evolve from Cleffa at 6 IQ, Joyous Tower 9-14 (-19%)
    # 36. Clefable (*) Evolve from Clefairy using Moon Stone
    # 37. Vulpix (*) Firey Fields 1-4 (12.2%)
    # 38. Ninetails (*) Evolve from Vulpix using Fire Stone
    # 39. Jigglypuff (*) Evolve from Igglybuff with 6 IQ, Wish Cave 1-4, Joyous Tower 1-3 (-19%)
    # 40. Wigglytuff (*) Evolve from Jigglypuff with MoonStone.
    # 41. Zubat (*) Lapis Cave 1-3, Murky Cave 1-5 (13.7%)
    # 42. Golbat (*) Evolve from Zubat at lvl 22, Lapis Cave 11-14, Buried Relic 1-4, Wish Cave 46-50, Murky Cave 6-10-(19%)
    # 43. Oddish (*) Sinister Woods 1-4, Wyvern hill 13-20 (12%)
    # 44. Gloom (*) Evolves from Oddish at lvl 21, Silent Chasm 1-9 (-19%)
    # 45. Vileplume (*) Evolve from Gloom with LeafStone
    # 46. Paras (*) Silent Chasm 7-9 (11.4%)
    # 47. Parasect (*) Evolve from Paras at lvl 24
    # 48. Venonat (*) Uproar Forest 1-5, Western Cave 1-3, Murky Cave 1-5 (11.4%)
    # 49. Venomoth (*) Evolve from Venonat at lvl 32
    # 50. Diglett (*) Southern cave 1-7, Joyous Tower 4-6 (10.9%)
    # 51. Dugtrio (*) Evolve from Diglett at lvl 26
    # 52. Meowth (*) Starter Pokemon Male or Western Cave 3-6 (12%)
    # 53. Persian (*) Evolve from Meowth at lvl 28
    # 54. Psyduck (*) Starter Pokemon or Joyous Tower 9-12 (10.8%)
    # 55. Golduck (*) Evolve from Psyduck at lvl 33
    # 56. Mankey (*) Uproar Forest 8-9 (10.9%)
    # 57. Primeape (*) Evolve from Mankey at lvl 28
    # 58. Growlithe (*) Mt Thunder 9-10, Mt Thunder Peak 1-2 (10.6%)
    # 59. Arcanine (*) Evolve from Growlithe using FireStone
    # 60. Poliwag (*) Silent Chasm 5-9, Northwind Field 1-4, Waterfall Pond 1-5 (8.1%)
    # 61. Poliwhirl (*) Evolve from Poliwag at lvl 25, Northwind Field 10-16, Waterfall Pond 9-13 (-19%)
    # 62. Poliwrath (*) Evolve from Poliwhirl using WaterStone
    # 63. Abra (*) Buried Relic 10/20/30, Wish Cave 38-42, Solar Cave 1-8 (10.4%)
    # 64. Kadabra (*) Evolve from Abra at 16, Buried Relic 40-49, Wish Cave 46-50, Solar Cave 13-20 (-19%)
    # 65. Alakazam (*) Evolve from Kadabra using Link Cable
    # 66. Machop (*) Starter Pokemon Male, Buried Relic 4-8, Wish Cave 17-19/21-25 (10.5%)
    # 67. Machoke (*) Fiery Fields 17-25, Buried Relic 80-87 (-19%)
    # 68. Machamp (*) Evolve from Machoke using Link Cable
    # 69. Bellsprout (*) Wish Cave 1-3 (9.3%)
    # 70. Weepingbell (*) Evolve from Bellsprout at lvl 21
    # 71. Victreebell (*) Evolve from Weepingbell using LeafStone
    # 72. Tentacool (*) Stormy Sea 1-8, Silver Trench 1-9, Grand Sea 1-9 (8.3%)
    # 73. Tentacruel (*) Evolve from Tentacool at lvl 30, Stormy Sea 31-39, Silver Trench 35-44, Grand Sea 21-30 (-30%)
    # 74. Geodude (*) Mt Steel 5-8, Buried Relic 16-20, Wish Cave 12-14, Southern Cave 1-6 (9.1%)
    # 75. Graveler (*) Evolve from Geodude at lvl 25, Magma Cavern 5-10, Buried Relic 74-79, Wish Cave 72-75, Southern Cavern 25-36, Joyous Tower 68-73 (-19%)
    # 76. Golem (*) Evolve from graveler using Link Cable, Magma Cavern 15-20, Mt Faraway 10-19, Buried Relic 91-99, Wish Cave 76-79, Southern Cavern 40-50, Joyous Tower 74-79 (-30%)
    # 77. Ponyta (*) Joyous Tower 57-59 (10.9%)
    # 78. Rapidash (*) Evolve from Ponyta at lvl 40
    # 79. Slowpoke (*) Stormy Sea 11-19,, Silver Trench 6-14, Grand Sea 6-14, Far-Off Sea 6-14 (12%)
    # 80. Slowbro (*) Evolve from Slowpoke at lvl 37
    # 81. Magnemite (*) After Mt. Steel (auto), Lightning Field 1-7, Wish Cave 1-3 (12.8%)
    # 82. Magneton (*) Evolve from Magnemite at lvl 30.
    # 83. Farfetch'd (*) Silent Chasm 1-3, Pitfall Valley 1-6, Joyous Tower 23-27 (7.2%)
    # 84. Doduo (*) Great Canyon 1-4, Pitfall Valley 7-12, Joyous Tower 35-39 (7.3%)
    # 85. Dodrio (*) Evolve from Doduo at lvl 31
    # 86. Seel (*) Mt Freeze 3-7, Sotrmy Sea 9-14, Silver Trench 6-14, Far-Off Sea 6-14 (3.9%)
    # 87. Dewgong (*) Evolve from Seel at lvl 34
    # 88. Grimer (*) Magma Cavern 15-21, Stormy Sea 20-29, Silver Trench 20-29, Wish Cave 80-85, Murky cave 3-6, Joyous Tower 80-85, Far-Off Sea 20-29 (12.2%)
    # 89. Muk (*) Evolve from Grimer at lvl 38
    # 90. Shellder (*) Stormy Sea 1-8, Silver Trench 1-8, Far-Off Sea 1-8 (12.2%)
    # 91. Cloyster (*) Evolve from Shellder using a WaterStone
    # 92. Gastly (*) Buried Relic 9-14, Darknight Relic 1-6 (1%)
    # 93. Haunter (*) Evolve from Gastly at lvl 25, Buried Relic 82-93, Darknight Relic 7-11 (-19%)
    # 94. Gengar (*) Evolve from Haunter using Link Cable
    # 95. Onix (****) Magma Cavern 21-23, Magma Cavern Pit 1, Southern Cavern 40=50 (9.6)
    # 96. Drowzee (*) Buried Relic 9-14, Solar Cave 1-5 (7.9%)
    # 97. Hypno (*) Evolve from Drowzee at lvl 26
    # 98. Krabby (*) Silver Trench 15-24, Grande Sea 15-20, Far-Off Sea 1-10 (8%)
    # 99. Kingler (*) Evolve from Krabby at lvl 28
    # 100. Voltorb (*) Thunderwave Cave 3-5, Wish Cave 8-10 (8.1%)
    # 101. Electrode (*) Evolve from Voltorb at lvl 30
    # 102. Exeggcute (*) Howling Forest 14 (6%)
    # 103. Exeggutor (*) Evolve from Exeggcute using LeafStone
    # 104. Cubone (*) Starter Pokemon, Southern Cavern 5-10 (10.5%)
    # 105. Marowak (*) Evolve from Cubone at lvl 28
    # 106. Hitmonlee (*) Evolve from Tyrogue at lvl 20 with Attack higher than Defense
    # 107. Hitmonchan (*) Evolve from Tyrogue at lvl 20 with Defense higher than Attack
    # 108. Lickitung (*) Western Cave 37-44 (8.6%)
    # 109. Koffing (*) Sky Tower 9-16, Wish Cave 71-75, Joyous Tower 65-70 (7.9%)
    # 110. Weezing (*) Evolves from Koffing at lvl 35
    # 111. Rhyhorn (*) Frosty Grotto 1-4, Buried Relic 61-73, Wish Cave 58-61, Southern Cavern 31-39, Joyous Tower 58-61 (7.7%)
    # 112. Rhydon (*) Evolves from Rhyhorn at lvl 42
    # 113. Chansey (*) Joyous Tower 50/60/77 (6.9%)
    # 114. Tangela (*) Lapis Cave 9-12, Joyous Tower 47-50(7.4%)
    # 115. Kangaskhan (*) Western Cave 13-19 (7.6%)
    # 116. Horsea (*) Silver Trench 10-20, Grand Sea 10-20 (12.4%)
    # 117. Seadra (*) Evolve from Horsea at lvl 32, Stormy Sea 30-39, Silver Trench 30-39, Grand Sea 27-30 (-19%)
    # 118. Goldeen (*) Waterfall Pond 1-5(11.9%)
    # 119. Seaking (*) Evolve from Goldeen at lvl 33
    # 120. Staryu (*) Silver Trench 15-25, Grand Sea 15-25(8.9%)
    # 121. Starmie (*) Evolve from Staryu using WaterStone
    # 122. Mr. Mime (*) Buried Relic 50-69, Solar Cave 7-12(7.4%)
    # 123. Scyther (*) Sinister Woods 8-11, Pitfall Valley 13-18, Joyous Tower 15-19 (10%)
    # 124. Jynx (*) Evolve from Smoochum at lvl 30
    # 125. Electabuzz (*) Evolve from Elekid at lvl 30
    # 126. Magmar (*) Evolve from Magby at lvl 30
    # 127. Pinsir (*) Mt Steel 7-8, Western Cave 21-28, Joyous Tower 9-11 (8.3%)
    # 128. Tauros (*) Great Canyon 10-12, Western Cave 10-16, Wish Cave 36-43, Joyous Tower 41-44 (7.9%)
    # 129. Magikarp (*) Waterfall Pond 7-11 (9.2) "Blue Rescue Team Exclusive"
    # 130. Gyarados (****) Evolve from Magikarp at lvl 20
    # 131. Lapras (****) Far-Off Sea 45-50 (6.7%) "Blue Rescue Team Exclusive"
    # 132. Ditto (*) Forsty Forest 4-9, Fiery Field 10-20, Buried Relic 16-24/26-34, Wish Cave 53-64, Joyous Tower 53-64 (6.8%)
    # 133. Eevee (*) Starter pokemon Female, Joyous Tower 12-17 (10.2%)
    # 134. Vaporeon (*) Evolve from Eevee using WaterStone
    # 135. Jolteon (*) Evolve from Eevee using ThunderStone
    # 136. Flareon (*) Evolve from Eevee using FireStone
    # 137. Porygon (*) Buried Relic 5-10 (7.6%) "Red Rescue Team Exclusive"
    # 138. Omanyte (*) Stormy Sea 1-9, Silver Trench 1-9, Far-off Sea 1-9 (8%)
    # 139. Omastar (*) Evolve from Omanyte at lvl 40
    # 140. Kabuto (*) Silver Trench 5-13, Grand Sea 5-13 (7.2%)
    # 141. Kabutops (*) Evolve from Kabuto at lvl 40
    # 142. Aerodactyl (*) Sky Tower 21-25, Sky Tower Summit 1-8, Pitfall Valley 15-25, Joyous Tower 90-99 (8.4%)
    # 143. Snorlax (*) Howling Forest 11-14 (2%) "Would evolve from Munchlax at lvl 40 if he were recruitable, but he is NOT"
    # 144. Articuno (****) Frosty Forest Grotto 5 (30%) "Not recruitable until after beating Rayquaza"
    # 145. Zapdos (****) Mt. Thunder Peak 3 (30%) "Not recruitable until after beating Rayquaza"
    # 146. Moltres (****) Mt. Blaze Peak 3 (30%) "Not recruitable until after beating Rayquaza"
    # 147. Dratini (*) Silver Trench 50-59, Wyvern Hill 1-5, Far-Off Sea 50-59 (11%)
    # 148. Dragonair (*) Evolve from Dratini at lvl 30, Wyvern Hill 12-20 (-19%)
    # 149. Dragonite (****) Evolve from Dragonair at lvl 55
    # 150. Mewtwo (*) Western Cave 99 (99.9%) "Not Recruitable on first try"
    # 151. Mew (*) Buried Relic 36-98 (0.9%) "Music Box must be in Tool Box, appears only when Floor is created or in monster houses"
    # 152: Chikorita (*) Starter Pokemon Female, Joyous Tower 8-11 (11.4%)
    # 153. Bayleef (*) Evolve from Chikorita at lvl 16, Western Cave 20-27 (-19%)
    # 154. Meganium (*) Evolve from Bayleef at lvl 32
    # 155. Cyndaquil (*) Starter Pokemon Male, Joyous Tower 13-17 (11.2%)
    # 156. Quilava (*) Evolve from Cyndaquil at lvl 14, Fiery Field 15-24 (-19%)
    # 157. Typhlosion (*) Evolve from Quilava at lvl 36
    # 158. Totodile (*) Starter Pokemon, Wyvern Hill 6-11, Waterfall Pond 6-10 (11.4%)
    # 159. Croconaw (*) Evolve from Totodile at lvl 18, Northwind Field 27-29, Mt. Faraway 30-39 (-19%)
    # 160. Feraligatr (*) Evolve from Croconaw at lvl 30, Western Cave 49-58 (-33.9%)
    # 161. Sentret (*) Sinister Woods 3-6 (7.3%)
    # 162. Furret (*) Evolve from Sentret at lvl 15
    # 163. Hoothoot (*) Sinister Woods 10-12, Northern Range 1-5, Buried Relic 5-9 (7%)
    # 164. Noctowl (*) Evolve from Hoothoot at lvl 20
    # 165. Ledyba (*) Sinister Woods 7-10, Pitfall Valley 1-6, Joyous Tower 22-25 (12.1%)
    # 166. Ledian (*) Evolve from Ledyba at lvl 18
    # 167. Spinarak (*) Silent Chasm 6-9, Northern Range 6-11, Wish Cave 26-32, Joyous Tower 27-32 (7.8%)
    # 168 Ariados (*) Evolve from Spinarak at lvl 22
    # 169. Crobat (*) Evolve from Golbat at 5 IQ
    # 170. Chinchou (*) Silver Trench 70-79 (8.7%)
    # 171. Lanturn (*) Evolve from Chinchou at lvl 27
    # 172. Pichu (*) Joyous Tower 3-6 (5.1%)
    # 173. Cleffa (*) Wish Cave 1-4 (13.1%)
    # 174. Igglybuff (*) Western Cave 10-13, Joyous Tower 40-46 (11.3%)
    # 175. Togepi (*) Wish Cave 5-10 (7.9%)
    # 176. Togetic (*) Evolve from Togepi at 5 IQ
    # 177. Natu (*) Wish Cave 13-17, Solar Cave 1-5 (9.4%)
    # 178. Xatu (*) Evolve from Natu at lvl 25
    # 179. Mareep (*) Lighting Field 1-5 (11.9%)
    # 180. Flaaffy (*) Evolve from Mareep at lvl 15, Lightning Field 7-13 (-19%)
    # 181. Ampharos (*) Evolve from Flaafy at lvl 30
    # 182. Bellossom (*) Evolve from Gloom using SunStone
    # 183. Marill (*) Evolve from Azurill at 6 IQ, Wish Cave 4-6 (-19%)
    # 184. Azumarill (*) Evolve from Marill at lvl 18
    # 185. Sudowoodo (*) Sinister Woods 1-4 (10.4%)
    # 186. Politoed (*) Evolve from Poliwhirl using King's Rock and Link Cable
    # 187. Hoppip (*) Pitfall Valley 4-8 (8.5%)
    # 188. Skiploom (*) Evolve from Hoppip at lvl 18, Great Canyon 1-3, Pitfall Valley 15-20, Joyous Tower 42-46 (-19%)
    # 189. Jumpluff (*) Evolve from Skiploom at lvl 27
    # 190. Aipom (*) Uproar Forest 1-6 (7.2%) "Blue Rescue Team Exclusive"
    # 191. Sunkern (*) Wish Cave 1-3 (5.2%)
    # 192. Sunflora (*) Evolve from Sunkern using SunStone
    # 193. Yanma (*) Silent Chasm 1-8, Pitfall Valley 9-15 (7.4%)
    # 194. Wooper (*) Sinister Woods 8-10, Waterfall Pond 3-6 (11.9%)
    # 195. Quagsire (*) Evolve from Wooper at lvl 20
    # 196. Espeon (*) Evolve from Eevee at 4 IQ and using Sun Ribbon
    # 197. Umbreon (*) Evolve from Eevee at 4 IQ and using Lunar Ribbon
    # 198. Murkrow (*) Great Canyon 5-7, Western Cave 1-2, Wish Cave 39-42 (7.2%)
    # 199. Slowking (*) Evolve from Slowpoke using King's Rock and Link Cable
    # 200. Misdreavus (*) Murky Cave 13-19, Darknight Relic 1-15 (8.8%)
    # 201. Unown (*) Unown Relic (0.1%) "There are 28 different types"
    # 202. Wobbuffet (*) Evolve from Wynaut at lvl 15
    # 203. Girafafarig (*) Solar Cave 1-4 (7.6%)
    # 204. Pineco (*) Mt. Freeze 1-5, Wish Cave 61-64, Joyous Tower 61-64 (9,4%)
    # 205. Forretress (*) Evolve from Pineco at lvl 31
    # 206. Dunsparce (*) Great Canyon 1-3, Wish Cave 43-44, Joyous Tower 43-44 (7.6%)
    # 207. Gligar (*) Mt Thunder 7-10, Mt Thunder Peak 1-2, Wish Cave 31-35, Desert Region 15-20, Southern Cavern 15-25, Joyous Tower 31-35 (8.5%)
    # 208. Steelix (****) Evolve from Onix using Metal Coat and Link Cable
    # 209. Snubbull (*) Western Cave 1-3 (8.1%)
    # 210. Granbull (*) Evolve from Snubbull at lvl 23
    # 211. Qwilfish (*) Silver Trench 1-9, Grand Sea 1-9 (6.9%)
    # 212. Scizor (*) Evolve from Scyther using Metal Coat and Link Cable
    # 213. Shuckle (*) Mt Blaze 5-9, Howling Forest 7-11 (6.9%)
    # 214. Heracross (*) Great Canyon, Joyous Tower 39-42 (2.6%)
    # 215. Sneasel (*) Buried Relic 1-4 (7.7%)
    # 216. Teddiursa (*) Silent Chasm 1-3, Joyous Tower 26-30 (11.4%)
    # 217. Ursaring (*) Evolve from Teddiursa at lvl 30
    # 218. Slugma (*) Mt Blaze 1-12, Fiery Field 1-5 (11,4%)
    # 219. Magcargo (*) Evolve from Slugma at lvl 38
    # 220. Swinub (*) Sinister Woods 1-3, Wish Cave 17-19/21-25 (10.9%)
    # 221. Piloswine (*) Evolve from Swinub at lvl 33
    # 222. Corsola (*) Silver Trench 5-13, Grand Sea 5-13 (8.3%)
    # 223. Remoraid (*) Silver Trench 50-59 (8.8%)
    # 224. Octillery (*) Evolve from Remoraid at lvl 25, Silver Trench 60-69, Far-Off Sea 55-64 (-30%)
    # 225. Delibird (*) Northwind Field 17-25 (8.8%)
    # 226. Mantine (**) Grand Sea 30 (9.5%) "Red Rescue Team Exclusive"
    # 227. Skarmory (*) Western Cave 40-49, Wish Cave 18-19 (6.8%)
    # 228. Houndour (*) Silent Chasm 5-7, Howling Forest 1-8, Joyous Tower 25-27 (11.4%)
    # 229. Hounddom (*) Evolve from Houndour at lvl 24
    # 230. Kingdra (*) Evolve from Seadra using Dragon Scale and Link Cable
    # 231. Phanpy (*) Great Canyon 1-3, Southern Cavern 10-19 (8.2%)
    # 232. Donphan (*) Evolve from Phanpy at lvl 25
    # 233. Porygon2 (*) Evolves from Porygon using Upgrade and Link Cable, Buried Relic 10-14/16-18, Wish Cave 79-84, Joyous Tower 80-84 (10%)
    # 234. Stantler (*) Mt Thunder 5-9, Joyous Tower 31-36 (7.2%)
    # 235. Smeargle (*) Howling Forest 15 (auto), Western Cave 4-6 (6.8%)
    # 236. Tyrogue (*) Mt Steel 5-8 (8%)
    # 237. Hitmontop (*) Evolve from Tyrogue as long as Attack and Defense are equally high.
    # 238. Smoochum (*) Joyous Tower 21-25 (8%)
    # 239. Elekid (*) Thunderwave Cave 4-5, Lightning Field 15-22, Buried Relic 41-59 (10.3%)
    # 240. Magby (*) Mt Blaze 1-5, Fiery Field 6-9, Wish Cave 72-76, Joyous Tower 16-51/72-76 (9.5%)
    # 241. Miltank (*) Western Cave 10/20/30/40/50-53/60-98 (8.7%)
    # 242. Blissey (*) Evolve from Chansey at 5 IQ
    # 243. Raikou (*) Lightning Field 40 (0.1%) "Not recruitable on first try"
    # 244. Entei (*) Firey Field 40 (0.1%) "Not recruitable on first try."
    # 245. Suicune (*) Northwind Field 40 (0.1%) "Not recruitable on first try"
    # 246. Larvitar (*) Southern Cavern 16-26 (12.2%)
    # 247. Pupitar (*) Evolves from Larvitar at lvl 30, Mt Freeze 3-5, Buried Relic 60-70, Southern Cavern 37-45, Joyous Tower 62-66 (-19%)
    # 248. Tyranitar (*) Evolve from Pupitar at lvl 55
    # 249. Lugia (****) Silver Trench 99 (99.9%) "Recruitable on first try."
    # 250. Ho-Oh (****) Mt. Faraway 40 (99.9%) "Not recruitable on first try."
    # 251. Celebi (*) Purity Forest 99 (100%)
    # 252. Treecko (*) Starter Pokemon, Joyous Tower 1-4 (11.2%)
    # 253. Grovyle (*) Evolve from Treecko at 16, Western Cave 38-49 (-19%)
    # 254. Sceptile (*) Evolve from Grovyle at 36
    # 255. Torchic (*) Starter Pokemon, Joyous Tower 11-15 (11.9%)
    # 256. Combusken (*) Evolve from Torchic at lvl 16, Fiery Field 22-29 (-19%)
    # 257. Blaziken (*) Evolve from Combusken at lvl 36
    # 268. Mudkip (*) Starter Pokemon, Waterfall Pond 1-3 (12.3%)
    # 259. Mashtomp (*) Evolve from Mudkip at lvl 16, Mt. Faraway 10-19, Waterfall pond 13-18 (-19%)
    # 260. Swampert (*) Evolve from Marshtomp at lvl 36, Western Cave 79-88 (-33.9%)
    # 261. Poochyena (*) Thunderwave Cave 1-3, Howling Forest 1-8 (8.2%)
    # 262. Mightyena (*) Evolve from Poochyena at lvl 18
    # 263. Zigzagoon (*) Mt Steel 1-5 (8.5%)
    # 264. Linoone (*) Evolve from Zigzagoon at lvl 20
    # 265. Wurmple (*) Joyous Tower 1-2 (7.4%)
    # 266. Silcoon (*) Evolve from Wurmple at lvl 7 (50%) Sinister Woods 4-6 (-19%)
    # 267. Beautifly (*) Evolve from Silcoon at lvl 10
    # 268. Cascoon (*) Evolve from Wurmple at lvl 7 (50%), Sinister Woods 4-6, Murky Cave 1-2/5/7-9/11 (-19%)
    # 269. Dustox (*) Evolve from Cascoon at lvl 10
    # 270. Lotad (*) Waterfall Pond 1-3, (8%)
    # 271. Lombre (*) Evolve from Lotad at lvl 14, Waterfal Pond 13-16 (-19%)
    # 272: Ludiculo (*) Evolve from Lombre using WaterStone
    # 273. Seedot (*) Uproar Forest 1-9, Southern Cavern 1-9 (11.2%)
    # 274. Nuzleaf (*) Evolve from Seedot at lvl 14, Uproar Forest 5-9 (-19%)
    # 275. Shiftry (*) Evolve from Nuzleaf using LeafStone, Western Cave 12-20, Buried Relic 68-74 (-30%)
    # 276. Taillow (*) Joyous Tower 2-4 (7.5%)
    # 277. Swellow (*) Evolve from Taillow at lvl 22
    # 278. Wingull (*) Stormy Beach 1-5, Silver Trench 1-5, Grand Sea 1-5 (12.5%)
    # 279. Pelipper (*) Evolve from Wingull at lvl 25
    # 280. Ralts (*) Wish Cave 11-13 (1%)
    # 281. Kirlia (*) Evolve from Ralt at lvl 20, Solar Cave 10-15 (-19%)
    # 282. Gardevoir (*) Evolves from Kirlia at lvl 30, Talk to the one in pokemon square after Murky Cave completion.
    # 283. Surskit (*) Waterfall Pond 4-7 (3.8%)
    # 284. Masquerain (*) Evolve from Surskit at lvl 22
    # 285. Shroomish (*) Sinister Woods 6-12, Joyous Tower 21-25 (7.7%)
    # 286. Breloom (*) Evolve from Shroomish at lvl 23
    # 287. Slakoth (*) Sinister Woods 10-12, Joyous Tower 18-20 (11.3%)
    # 288. Vigoroth (*) Evolve from Slakoth at lvl 18, Mt Freeze 7-11, Mt Faraway 10-19 (-19%)
    # 289. Slaking (*) Evolve from Vigoroth at lvl 36
    # 290. Nincada (*) Lapis Cave 1-4, Wish Cave 44-49, Joyous Tower 45-49 (7.4%)
    # 291. Ninjask (*) Evolve from Nincada at lvl 20
    # 292. Shedinja (*) Created when Nincada evolves at lvl 20.
    # 293. Whismur (*) Howling Forest 1-8, Buried Relic 4-8 (8.8%)
    # 294. Loudred (*) Evolve from Whismur at lvl 20. Howling Forest 9-14 (-19%)
    # 295. Exploud (*) Evolve from Loudred at lvl 40
    # 296. Makuhita (*) Buried Relic 30-34 (10.2%)
    # 297. Hariyama (*) Evolve from Makuhita at lvl 24
    # 298. Azurill (*) Frosty Forest 1-3, Howling Forest 1-4 (10.2%)
    # 299. Nosepass (*) Frosty Forest 3-6, Desert Region 1-6 (7.4%)
    # 300. Skitty (*) Starter Pokemon Female, Joyous Tower 24-28 (7.2%)
    # 301. Delcatty (*) Evolve from Skitty using Moonstone.
    # 302. Sableye (*) Darknight Relic 1-15 (8.2%)
    # 303. Mawile (*) Magma Cavern 8-12, Buried Relic 68-90 (7.1%)
    # 304. Aron (*) Mt. Steel 1-8, Buried Relic 14/16-19, Wish Cave 7-10 (7.8%)
    # 305. Lairon (*) Evolve from Aron at lvl 32, Frosty Forest 7-9, Wish Cave 62-64, Joyous Tower 60-62 (-19%)
    # 306. Aggron (*) Evolve from Lairon at lvl 42
    # 307. Meditite (*) Mt Steel 5-8, Buried Relic 17-22, Wish Cave 11-14, Solar Cave 4-8 (5.5%)
    # 308. Medicham (*) Evolve from Meditite at lvl 37
    # 309. Electrike (*) Mt Thunder 1-4, Lightning Field 1-6, Wish Cave 26-33 (7.8%)
    # 310. Manectric (*) Evolve from Electrike at lvl 26
    # 311. Plusle (*) Thunderwave Cave 4-5, Lightning Field 7-19, Joyous Tower 5-8 (35%) "Red Rescue Exclusive"
    # 312. Minun (*) Thunderwave Cave 4-5, Lightning Field 7-19, Joyous Tower 5-8 (35%) "Blue Rescue Exclusive"
    # 313. Volbeat (*) Northwind Field 1-6 (8.6%)
    # 314. Illumise (*) Lapis Cave 5-8, Wish Cave 47-52 (7.3%)
    # 315. Roselia (*) Uproar Forest 4-7 (7%) "Red Rescue Exclusive"
    # 316. Gulpin (*) Buried Relic 14/16-19 (6.9%)
    # 317. Swalot (*) Evolve from Gulpin at lvl 26
    # 318. Carvanha (*) Stormy Sea 35-39, Silver Trench 30-39, Far-Off Sea 30-39 (8.9%)
    # 319. Sharpedo (*) Evolve from Carvanha at lvl 30
    # 320. Wailmer (*) Silver Trench 41-50, Far-Off Sea 41-50 (8.2%)
    # 321. Wailord (****) Evolve from Wailmer at lvl 40.
    # 322. Numerl (*) Mt. Blaze 1-6, Fiery Field 1-4, Wish Cave 53-56 (8.1%)
    # 323. Camerupt (*) Evolve from Numel at lvl 33
    # 324. Torkoal (*) Mt Blaze 7-12, Fiery Field 9-14, Wish Cave 57-59, Joyous Tower 57-59 (8.1%)
    # 325. Spoink (*) Howling Forest 1-8, Solar Cave 1-5 (7.5%)
    # 326. Grumpig (*) Evolve from Spoink at lvl 32
    # 327. Spinda (*) Joyous Tower 5-7 (7.2%)
    # 328. Trapinch (*) Silent Chasm 6-9, Wish Cave 21-28, Desert Region 1-11, Joyous Tower 21-24 (8.3%)
    # 329. Vibrava (*) Evolve from Trapinch at lvl 35, Southern Cavern 12-20, Wyvern Hill 10-16 (-19%)
    # 330. Flygon (*) Evolve from Vibrava at lvl 45
    # 331. Cacnea (*) Mt Thunder 1-4, Joyous Tower 33-36 (7.2%)
    # 332. Caturne (*) Evolve from Cacnea at lvl 42
    # 333. Swablu (*) Mt Freeze 1-6, Pitfall Valley 7-12, Joyous Tower 53-59 (7.5%)
    # 334. Altaria (*) Evolve from Swablu at lvl 45
    # 335. Zangoose (*) Mt Freeze 7-12, Wish Cave 65-71 (7.2%)
    # 336. Seviper (*) Mt. Freeze 13-15, Northern Range 20-24, Mukry Cave 1-5, Joyous Tower 62-69 (7.2%)
    # 337. Lunatone (*) Sky Tower 1-11, Mt Faraway 1-5, Solar Cave 8-12, Joyous Tower 80-87 (5%)
    # 338. Solrock (*) Sky Tower 12-20, Mt Faraway 6-11, Wish Cave 86-89 (5%)
    # 339. Barboach (*) Waterfall Pond 1-5 (8.3%)
    # 340. Whiscash (*) Evolve from Barboach at lvl 30
    # 341. Corphish (*) Waterfall pond 6-12 (8.8%)
    # 342. Crawdaunt (*) Evolve from Corphish at lvl 30
    # 343. Baltoy (*) Mt Steel 1-4, Wish Cave 11.14, Desert Region 12-20, Southern Cave 12-22 (5.6%)
    # 344. Claydol (*) Evolve from Baltoy at lvl 36
    # 345. Lileep (*) Silver Trench 80-89 (7.3%)
    # 346. Cradily (*) Evolve from Lileep at lvl 40, Silver Trench 90-98 (-30%)
    # 347. Anorith (*) Stormy Sea 9-17, Silver Trench 14-23, Grand Sea 14-23, Far-off Sea 14-23 (8.7%)
    # 348. Armaldo (*) Evolve from Anorith at lvl 40
    # 349. Feebas (*) Waterfall Pond 16-19 (9.2%) "Red Rescue Esclusive)
    # 350. Milotic (****) Evolve from Feebas using Beauty Scarf
    # 351. Castform (*) Mt Faraway 20-29 (7.4%)
    # 352. Kecleon (*) Any Shop (-33.9)
    # 353. Shuppet (*) Sky Tower 1-6, Wish Cave 81-84, Murky Cave 10-14, Darknight Relic 1-5, Joyous Tower 70-75 (8%)
    # 354. Banette (*) Evolve from Shuppet at lvl 37
    # 355. Duskull (*) Sky Tower 7-14, Darknight Relic 11-15 (7.5%)
    # 356. Dusclops (*) Evolve from Duskull at lvl 37
    # 357. Tropius (*) Sky Tower 22-25, Sky Tower Summit 1-8, Lightning Field 20-29, Joyous Tower 86-91 (7.6%)
    # 358. Chimecho (*) Mt Freeze 7-12, Solar Cave 12-17 (6.9%)
    # 359. Absol (*) After Frosty Forest (Auto), Northwind Field 28-29, Western Cave 40-49 (6.8%)
    # 360. Wynaut (*) Buried Relic 1-4, Solar Cave 1-3 (9.6%)
    # 361. Snorunt (*) Frosty Forest 8-9, Mt Faraway 1-11, Joyous Tower 50-57 (7.5%)
    # 362. Glaile (*) Evolve from Snorunt at lvl 42
    # 363. Spheal (*) Stormy Sea 15-24, Silver Trench 10-19, Far-Off Sea 10-19 (8.8%)
    # 364. Sealeo (*) Evolve from Spheal at 32. Stormy Sea 34-39, Silver Trench 26-33, Far-Off Sea 35-44 (-19%)
    # 365. Walrein (*) Evolve from Sealeo at lvl 44
    # 366. Clamperl (*) Silver Trench 65-79, Far-Off Sea 65-75 (8.5%)
    # 367. Huntail (*) Evolve from Clamperl using DeepSeaTooth and Link Cable
    # 368. Gorebyss (*) Evolve from Clamperl using DeepSeaScale and Link Cable
    # 369. Relicanth (*) Silver Trench 80-89 (7.9%)
    # 370. Luvdisc (*) Silver Trench 45-54, Far-Off Sea 45-54 (8.6%)
    # 371. Bagon (*) Lapis Cave 9-13, Wish Cave 45-49, Wyvern Hill 1-4, Joyous Tower 42-45 (7.6%)
    # 372. Shelgon (*) Evolve from Bagon at lvl 30, Mt Freeze 1-6, Wish Cave 65-69, Wyvern Hill 9-16, Joyous Tower 60-64 (-19%)
    # 373. Salamance (**) Evolve from Shelgon at lvl 50
    # 374. Beldum (*) Mt Steel 6-8, Wish Cave 15-17, Solar Cave 1-4, Joyous Tower 14-16 (7.8%)
    # 375. Metang (*) Evolve from Beldum at lvl 20. Frosty Grotto 1-4, Wish Cave 62-64, Solar Cave 8-12, Joyous Tower 56-61 (-19%)
    # 376. Metagross (**) Evolve from Metang at lvl 45
    # 377. Regirock (*) Buried Relic 15 (0.1%)
    # 378. Regice (*) Buried Relic 25 (0.1%)
    # 379. Registeel (*) Buried Relic 35 (0.1%)
    # 380. Latias (*) After Pitfall Valley (Auto)
    # 381. Latios (**) After Pitfall Valley (Auto)
    # 382. Kyogre (****) Stormy Sea 40 (50%)
    # 383. Groudon (****) Magma Cavern Pit 3 (-10%) "After beating Rayquaza"
    # 384. Rayquaza (****) Sky Tower Summit 9 (-10%) "Not recruitable on first try"
    # 385. Jirachi (*) Wish Cave 99 (99.9%) "First try recruitable"
    # 386. Deoxys (*) Meteor Cave 20 (-10%) "First try recruitable"

    Friend Area Guide

    Mist-Rise Forest- Capacity: 14
    - Caterpie
    - Metapod
    - Butterfree
    -Weedle
    - Kakuna
    - Beedrill
    - Ledyba
    - Ledian
    - Yanma
    - Wurmple
    - Silcoon
    - Beautifly
    - Cascoon
    - Dustox

    Flyaway Forest- Capacity: 12
    - Pidgey
    - Pidgeotto
    - Pidgeot
    - Hoothoot
    - Noctowl
    - Togepi
    - Togetic
    - Natu
    - Xatu
    - Murkrow
    - Swablu
    - Altaria

    Overgrown Forest- Capacity: 9
    - Scyther
    - Pinsir
    - Sudowoodo
    - Scizor
    - Heracross
    - Treecko
    - Grovyle
    - Sceptile
    - Keckleon

    Energetic Forest- Capacity: 15
    - Pikachu
    - Raichu
    - Meowth
    - Persian
    - Mankey
    - Primape
    - Snorlax
    - Pichu
    - Aipom
    - Stantler
    - Slakoth
    - Vigoroth
    - Slaking
    - Skitty
    - Delcatty

    Waterfall Lake- Capacity: 4
    - Magikarp
    - Gyrados
    - Feebas
    - Milotic

    Tadpole Pond- Capacity: 9
    - Poliwag
    - Poliwhirl
    - Poliwrath
    - Politoed
    - Lotad
    - Lombre
    - Ludicolo
    - Surskit
    - Masquerain

    Ravaged Field- Capacity: 5
    - Spearow
    - Fearow
    - Skarmory
    - Houndour
    - Houndoom

    Magnetic Quarry- Capacity: 3
    - Beldum
    - Metang
    - Metagross

    Thunder Meadow- Capacity: 11
    - Sentret
    - Furret
    - Mareep
    - Flaffy
    - Ampharos
    - Electrike
    - Manectric
    - Plusle
    - Minun
    - Castform
    - Chimecho

    Furnace Desert- Capacity: 7
    - Sandshrew
    - Sandslash
    - Trapinch
    - Vibrava
    - Flygon
    - Cacnea
    - Cacturne

    Jungle- Capacity: 13
    - Oddish
    - Gloom
    - Vileplume
    - Bellsprout
    - Weepingbell
    - Victreebell
    - Exeggcute
    - Exeggutor
    - Tangela
    - Bellosom
    - Sunkern
    - Sunflora
    - Tropious

    Safari- Capacity: 15
    - Nidoran(F)
    - Nidorina
    - Nidoqueen
    - Nidoran(M)
    - Nidorino
    - Nidoking
    - Doduo
    - Dodrio
    - Rhyhorn
    - Rhydon
    - Kangaskhan
    - Tauros
    - Phanpy
    - Donphan
    - Miltank

    Wild Plains- Capacity: 13
    - Ratatta
    - Raticate
    - Ekans
    - Arbok
    - Farfetch'd
    - Drowzee
    - Hypno
    - Poochyena
    - Mightyena
    - Zigzagoon
    - Linoone
    - Zangoose
    - Seviper

    Ancient Relic- Capacity: 6
    - Aerodactyl
    - Baltoy
    - Claydol
    - Regirock
    - Regice
    - Registeel

    Aged Chamber AN- Capacity: 14
    Unown(A-N)
    Unown A-N Sprites

    Aged Chamber O?- Capacity: 14
    Unown(O-?)
    Unown O-? Sprites

    Treasure Sea- Capacity: 10
    - Horsea
    - Seadra
    - Remoraid
    - Octillery
    - Kingdra
    - Carvanha
    - Sharpedo
    - Anorith
    - Armaldo
    - Luvdisc

    Deap-Sea Floor- Capacity: 12
    - Omanyte
    - Omastar
    - Kabuto
    - Kabutops
    - Chinchou
    - Lanturn
    - Lileep
    - Cradily
    - Clamperl
    - Huntail
    - Gorebyss
    - Relicanth

    Seafloor Cave- Capacity: 1
    - Kyogre

    Southern Island- Capacity: 2
    - Latios
    - Latias

    Enclosed Island- Capacity: 1
    - Deoxys

    Final Island- Capacity: 1
    - Mew

    Stratos Lookout- Capacity: 1
    - Rayquaza

    Shallow Beach- Capacity: 5
    - Krabby
    - Kingler
    - Corsola
    - Wingull
    - Pelipper

    Ice Floe Beach- Capacity: 5
    - Seel
    - Dewgong
    - Spheal
    - Sealeo
    - Walrein

    Bountiful Sea- Capacity: 9
    - Tentacool
    - Tentacruel
    - Slowpoke
    - Slowbro
    - Shellder
    - Cloyster
    - Staryu
    - Starmie
    - Slowking

    Serene Sea- Capacity: 4
    - Qwilfish
    - Mantine
    - Wailmer
    - Wailord

    Deep-Sea Current- Capacity: 1
    - Lugia

    Legendary Island- Capacity: 3
    - Articuno
    - Zapdos
    - Moltres

    Decripit Lab- Capacity: 7
    - Abra
    - Kadabra
    - Alakazam
    - Mr. Mime
    - Ditto
    - Porygon
    - Porygon2

    Power Plant- Capacity: 6
    - Magnemite
    - Magneton
    - Voltorb
    - Electrode
    - Electabuzz
    - Elekid

    Echo Cave- Capacity: 11
    - Zubat
    - Golbat
    - Crobat
    - Wobuffet
    - Dunsparce
    - Whismur
    - Loudred
    - Exploud
    - Nosepass
    - Mawile
    - Wynaut

    Dragon Cave
    - Bagon
    - Shelgon
    - Salamence

    Boulder Cave- Capacity: 4
    - Diglett
    - Dugtrio
    - Onix
    - Steelix

    Cryptic Cave- Capacity: 1
    - Mewtwo

    Mystic Lake- Capacity: 4
    - Lapras
    - Dratini
    - Dragonair
    - Dragonite

    Frigid Cavern- Capacity: 7
    - Jynx
    - Swinub
    - Piloswine
    - Delibird
    - Smoochum
    - Snorunt
    - Glalie

    Peanut Swamp- Capacity: 8
    - Wooper
    - Quagsire
    - Mudkip
    - Marshtomp
    - Swampert
    - Barboach
    - Whiscash

    Poison Swamp- Capacity: 6
    - Grimer
    - Muk
    - Koffing
    - Weezing
    - Gulpin
    - Swalot

    Mt. Deepgreen- Capacity: 12
    - Geodude
    - Graveler
    - Golem
    - Cubone
    - Marowak
    - Gligar
    - Shuckle
    - Teddiursa
    - Ursaring
    - Spoink
    - Grumpig
    - Spinda

    Mt. Cleft- Capacity: 9
    - Charmander
    - Charmeleon
    - Charizard
    - Larvitar
    - Pupitar
    - Tyranitar
    - Aron
    - Lairon
    - Aggron

    Mt. Moonview- Capacity: 6
    - Clefairy
    - Clefable
    - Cleffa
    - Lunatone
    - Solrock
    - Jirachi

    Mt. Discipline- Capacity: 11
    - Machop
    - Machoke
    - Machamp
    - Hitmonlee
    - Hitmonchan
    - Tyrogue
    - Hitmontop
    - Makuhita
    - Hariyama
    - Meditite
    - Medicham

    Darkness Ridge- Capacity: 13
    - Vulpix
    - Ninetales
    - Gastly
    - Haunter
    - Gengar
    - Misdreavus
    - Sneasal
    - Sableye
    - Shuppet
    - Banette
    - Duskull
    - Dusclops
    - Absol

    Rainbow Peak- Capacity: 1
    - Ho-oh

    Beau Plains- Capacity: 12
    - Bulbasaur
    - Ivysaur
    - Venusaur
    - Chikorita
    - Bayleef
    - Meganium
    - Hoppip
    - Skiploom
    - Jumpluff
    - Taillow
    - Swellow
    - Roselia

    Sky Blue Plains
    - Jigglypuff
    - Wigglytuff
    - Lickitung
    - Chansey
    - Igglybuff
    - Girafarig
    - Snubbull
    - Granbull
    - Smeargle
    - Blissey
    - Ralts
    - Kirlia
    - Gardevoir

    Sacred Field- Capacity: 3
    - Raikou
    - Entei
    - Suicune

    Turtleshell Pond- Capacity: 10
    - Squirtle
    - Wartortle
    - Blastoise
    - Psyduck
    - Golduck
    - Marill
    - Azumarill
    - Azurill
    - Corphish
    - Crawdaunt

    Mushroom Forest- Capacity: 7
    - Paras
    - Parasect
    - Seedot
    - Nuzleaf
    - Shiftry
    - Shroomish
    - Breloom

    Healing Forest- Capacity: 1
    - Celebi

    Transform Forest- Capacity: 6
    - Eevee
    - Vaporeon
    - Jolteon
    - Flareon
    - Espeon
    - Umbreon

    Secretive Forest- Capacity: 9
    - Venonat
    - Venomoth
    - Spinarak
    - Ariados
    - Pineco
    - Foretress
    - Nincada
    - Ninjask
    - Shedinja

    Recruit Rate Bonuses
    Lv. 1-29= +0%
    Lv.30-39= +5%
    Lv 40-49= +7.5%
    Lv.50-59= +10%
    Lv.60-69= +12.5%
    Lv.70-79= +15%
    Lv.80-89= +17.5%
    Lv.90-100= +24%
    Friend Bow= +10%

    Friend Bows increase recruit rates by 10%, so you can either do a Wondermail mission, or open the locked door in Mt. Faraway F30.

    Contact Me

    Please if any of the Mission Info is wrong, PM me.
    The subject should say: Wrong Mission Info
    Please tell me what item it was and type in the correct info

    If the password is wrong, PM me.
    The subject should say: Wrong Wondermail Password
    Please put the whole info in MY FORMAT but saying that the Password is incorrect.

    If you assume that one of the Wondermails are incorrect, please DOUBLE CHECK.

    If there is any wrong info or if there is any typo in the Recruitment Section, please PM me.
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    Is it okay, if you added some WonderMail that I got?

    Client: Poochyena
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    Place: Sinister Woods 3F
    Reward: Tight Belt
    ??KS Y?T? ?76?
    XH?9 F4?6 (...)???

    Client: Bagon
    Objective: Find Heracross
    Place: Mt. Thunder 5F
    Reward: Banana + ? + ?
    ??1H 9?S? 467?
    !(M)?(F) F46R C???

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    Why another one?
    Quote Originally Posted by surfer treecko View Post
    Oh, and on topic, I hate people who post annoying one liners that don't contribute to anything. Like Midnight Lucario and his "what is this i dont even"
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    I'm going to add descriptions for the IQ Skills:

    07) Efficiency Expert: When surrounder by Foes, the Pokemon will target the foe with the lowest HP
    08) Status Checker:If the Pokemon has a Staus Problem, it won't use Moves that induce the same Status Problem.
    09) Nontraitor:When Cowering (ala Run Away) or Confused (ala Supersonic, etc)
    10) Self-Curer: This Pokemon recovers from Status Problems faster
    11) Quick Dodger: This Pokemon's Evasion goes up.
    12) Type-Advantage Master: Moves that are strong against the enemy's Type have their Critical Hit Rate boosted
    13) Weak-Type Picker: When surrounded by many foes, the Pokemon will target ones a disadvantage typewise first.
    14) Trap Avoider: This Pokemon avoids Wonder Tiles & Visible Traps whenever possible.
    15) Nonsleeper: This Pokemon will not sleep or gain the Napping, Nightmare or Yawning Statuses.
    16) Exp. Go-Getter: When battling 2 or more enemies, the Pokemon will target the ones with worth to most EXP.
    17) Energy Saver: This Pokemon's Belly goes down slower.
    18) Lava Evader: If this pokemon can cross Lava (ie: Abra, Beldum) it will choose not to 100% of the time.
    19) All-Terrain Hiker: This Pokemon can walk across Lava, Water & and may levitate above ground (gains the ability to walk through gaps in Sky Tower)
    20) Sure-Hit Attacker: This Pokemon's Default A-Button attak has 100% Accuracy.
    21) Trap Seer: If this Pokemon steps on a concealed trap, the trap will not be activated. It will be activated if you step on it again.
    22) House Avoider: This pokemon will not walk into Monster Houses.
    23) Super Mobile: This IQ Skill Combines #19 (All-Terrain Hiker) and the Move Rock Smash (User may burrow through walls)
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    Quote Originally Posted by pokeman4ever View Post
    Why another one?
    Becasue,
    Quote Originally Posted by Meganium Ex View Post
    Thnaks. And even though its unobvious and hard to see, the old one was really a mess compared to this one. Full of typos and wrong wondermail codes ._.
    Why not add links of the Mew thread and Jirachi and Celebi thread, since they are strategies as well.
    http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthread.php?t=169825
    http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthread.php?t=170048

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    Ah got a new, organized one ehh? Well if you need any little things for it just ask

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    Yep, and I sure will

    Btw, I added links to the Mew and Celebi and Jirachi threads, and added the rest of the IQ abilities (thanks .::Escalator::.)

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    I just put up my In-Game Guide, you can remove the links to both of my guides from the 1st post and I'll start working on the next part.

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    Impressive, even better than the last one, but there is just one thing.

    Deoxys: Makes Groudon and Rayquaza look like a joke. With a harder dungeon (because you can only bring in one Pokémon, the leader), same recruit rate, and the hard dungeon in front of it, and no save/midway point, this recruitment will be hell.
    Really? Deoxys was one of the most easiest bosses for me to recruit, no joke.
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    Probably because you were lucky, I had a hell lot of trouble with Deoxys, went through the dungeon over 5 times ._.;; But Groudon and Rayquza were easy for me

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    One of your Q & A Answers is false.


    Q) I'm confused about the wondermail codes, with the (M), (F), and (...) symbols...what do they mean?
    A) The (M) is the male sign, (F) is the female sign, and (...) is the ... sign. These are used because there is no way to type these symbols on a computer, and because these make them easier to read

    You can use all these symbols on a comp, it's just not well-known knowledge on how to do so.
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    I rather like this thread ^_^!

    Thanx for putting links to Charmanderz's and my thread on the first post!

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    @.::Escalator::.: Fixed

    @MM: Thanks for the kind words

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    I posted PART of the Beginner's Guide. I'm typing up the rest soon. I want to add a Gummi list of which Pokemon prefers which Gummi. If anybody has a FULL list, you may post it here. You will be given credit once I type that part up.

    BTW, how does it look so far, Meganium Ex? We basically have an almost complete guide.
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    Black: Dark
    Blue: Water
    Brown: Ground
    Clear: Ice
    Gold: Psychic
    Grass: Grass (Really?)
    Gray: Rock
    Green: Bug
    Orange: Fighting
    Pink: Poison
    Purple: Ghost
    Red: Fire
    Royal: Dragon
    Silver: Steel
    Sky: Flying (Really?)
    White: Normal
    Wellow: Eletric
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    Quote Originally Posted by pokeman4ever View Post
    Black: Dark
    Blue: Water
    Brown: Ground
    Clear: Ice
    Gold: Psychic
    Grass: Grass (Really?)
    Gray: Rock
    Green: Bug
    Orange: Fighting
    Pink: Poison
    Purple: Ghost
    Red: Fire
    Royal: Dragon
    Silver: Steel
    Sky: Flying (Really?)
    White: Normal
    Yellow: Eletric
    Thanks I'll credit you when I type up the Gummi Section. Hopefully by today/tomorrow.

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    OK, PM me if you also want to know which pokemon type like which gummi 2nd best, 3rd best, ect.
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    Thank you for the list! I finished the Gummi section and added credits near the list. Meganium Ex and I have a COMPLETE Guide~!!!

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    Your welcome. This guide is awesome! We need to make a guide with ALL these guides and have it on the 1st post. Call it "The Super Omega Hyper Cool Awesome Guide For PMD"
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    OWNED!

    Man you just beat the heck out of everything with this guide! They HAVE to make this a stickie now
    Credit to AerialAce for the Awesome Userbar! Credit to Skiyomi for the Amazing Banner! ^_^

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    Here are Gummi Locations:

    Quote Originally Posted by GameFaqs.com
    White Normal Mt. Steel
    Red Fire Mt. Blaze Peak/Magma Cavern
    Blue Water Frosty Grotto/Mt. Freeze Peak/Stormy Sea/
    Silver Trench
    Grass Grass Uproar Forest
    Yellow Electric Mt. Thunder Peak/Howling Forest
    Clear Ice Frosty Grotto/Sky Tower
    Orange Fighting Mt. Steel
    Pink Poison Sky Tower
    Brown Ground Howling Forest
    Sky Flying Sky Tower
    Gold Psychic -none-
    Green Bug Uproar Forest
    Gray Rock Magma Cavern/Sky Tower
    Purple Ghost Sky Tower
    Royal Dragon -none-
    Black Dark Magma Cavern
    Silver Steel Magma Cavern

    Note: The Gummies with -none- for the Dungeon column do not have special
    dungeons in which they are more commonly found, so they have equal chances to
    be found in about every dungeon that sports Gummies as one of their items.
    If using it, please give credit to me for submitting it, Gamefaqs for the actually text

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    Quote Originally Posted by MYSTERIOUS MISSINGNO View Post
    If using it, please give credit to me for submitting it, Gamefaqs for the actually text
    I'm not using it. I only needed the types of Gummis for the beginner's guide. The Beginner's Guide is just a basic over view and basics you need to know. That's all.

    Anyways. I think this guide is complete. We just need to probably edit some spelling/grammar. Also, if you want to help out, see if the Wondermail Codes in my "In-Game Guide" section is correct or not. If it's not correct, you can contact me through PM.
    Last edited by Warfare; 25th November 2006 at 4:08 AM.

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