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Mystery Dungeon World

The dungeon map

Mystery Dungeons are dungeons that the game mostly based on.

InfoEdit

They are descriped as dungeons with no clear exits, and all the Pokemon in the dungeons will attack any outer Pokemon. The dungeons changes every time, but the number of floors doesn't change. Pokemon can easily get lost or defeated in them. When a Pokemon gets lost or get defeated, a request will be posted on the bulletin board.


RulesEdit

The player must go out of the dungeons by using stairs, which changes place everytime a Pokemon enters. Players can recruit Pokemon if the Pokemon wants to join. Items can be found in dungeons. If the player doen't go up/ down using the stairs in a set period of turns, the player will be blown out of the dungeon, counted as fainting.


List of DungeonsEdit

Can enter from the Main Events onwardsEdit

  • Tiny Woods
  • Thunderwave Cave
  • Mt. Steel
  • Sinister Woods
  • Silent Chasm
  • Mt. Thunder
  • Great Canyon
  • Lapis Cave
  • Mt. Blaze
  • Frosty Forest
  • Mt. Freeze
  • Uproar Forest
  • Magma Cavern
  • Sky Tower (Can be entered post-game using HM Fly)

Can be entered once onlyEdit

  • Rock Path
  • Snow Path

Can be entered Post-game onwardsEdit

  • Howling Forest
  • Stormy Sea
  • Silver Trench
  • Meteor Cave
  • Fiery Field
  • Lightning Field
  • Northwind Field
  • Mt. Faraway
  • Western Cave
  • Northern Range
  • Pitfall Valley
  • Buried Relic
  • Wish Cave
  • Murky Cave
  • Desert Region
  • Southern Cavern
  • Wyvern Hill
  • Solar Cave
  • Darknight Relic 
  • Grand Sea
  • Waterfall Pond 
  • Unown Relic 
  • Joyous Tower 
  • Far-off Sea
  • Purity Forest
  • Oddity Cave
  • Remains Island 
  • Marvelous Sea
  • Fantasy Strait

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