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Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Blue Version Mt. Steel Help (Where/how to find and get pokemon in Mt. Steel)

Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Blue Version Mt. Steel Help (Where/how to find and get pokemon in Mt. Steel)

Mt. Steel Basics

You wake up to a weird unknown voice in your base, unsure of where it is coming from you ask who is there and up pops a Dugtrio. He says his child, Diglett, was kidnapped during the last earthquake and was taken to the top of Mt. Steel, somewhere Dugtrio cannot go himself.You are left without being able to say no to Dugtrio so you go outside and find your parter, tell them what happened, and you go off to Mt. Steel.

Mt. Steel is a Dungeon with more trouble than the last two, especially since this one has a boss. There are 9 Floors and many pokemon with different types, sure to at least get close to knocking you out if you don’t totally die. I made it through with a level 10 Torchic and level 11 Pikachu, defeating Skarmory easily even though I assumed we would end up losing. Also bring along an apple or two, if you decide to level up a bit, or you spend too much time looking for items/stairs you will probably get hungry and could lose without the apple.

Requirements for Mt. Steel

Mt. Steel is the first dungeon requiring you to do something besides wake up the next morning or wake up as a pokemon. You need to complete two rescue missions first in order to unlock this Dungeon, as well as successfully save the Magnemite from Thunderwave Cave (I have a hub on that one, too).

Pokemon in Mt. Steel

There are many many pokemon in this dungeon and one is even on all the floors (except 9 of course).

Spearow: Located on floors 1-4 a simple normal flying type.

Baltoy: Also on floors 1-4 but might give you more trouble.

Zigzagoon: This one is on floors 1-5 so is on over half the floors.

Aron: Aron is the pokemon who is on every floor, 1-8 to be exact.

Geodude: Located on 5-8 uses defense curl often so might take a few hits before fainting.

Tyrogue: Located on floors 5-8 like Geodude but uses more attack moves.

Meditite: The last pokemon to be on floors 5-8, raises it’s attack stat so be careful.

Beldum: On floors 6-8 but I didn’t encounter them on my last run through.

Pinsir: Only on floors 7-8 but might take you out that close to finishing.

Skarmory: Underlined, because he is the boss battle, only on floor 9.

Dangers of Mt. Steel

This dungeon has many dangers and you shouldn’t take any pokemon in it too lightly, especially if it leaves you with no moves to use against Skarmory except the normal attacks, or maybe Growl and Tail Whip. Watch for any pokemon, battle for experience, but watch these three more closely.

Zigzagoon: Not dangerous in itself, but it’s Tail Whip will leave you in danger of other pokemon’s attacks since it lowers your defense stat.

Baltoy: This is a pokemon who knows confusion and gives you the first taste to it’s annoying habit. It makes you attack willy nilly, possibly attacking your own team members, and making you walk in the direction you don’t choose.

Aron: They use harden a lot, so either fight it knowing it may allow others to sneak up behind you or take that move to run away (may not work with your partner though). Keep in mind that it will probably follow you even if your partner doesn’t stay to attack.

Boss Battle Mt. Steel Skarmory

Woo! First boss battle, and always the test of your power in any game. Sure you can get through the dungeon possibly several times, but if you keep losing against the boss it doesn’t mean anything.

Skarmory: The Boss

Type: Flying Steel.

Weaknesses: Fire and Electric are most useful.

Avoid using: Ground and Poison moves won’t do anything.

How To Catch and Evolve Feebas- Hoenn, Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald Versions

How To Catch and Evolve Feebas- Hoenn, Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald Versions

Feebas- Ain’t It Purdy?

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Hoenn Region

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Introduction- So You Want To Catch A Feebas?

One of the rarest pokemon in the Hoenn region is the elusive Feebas. Only known to be available on six tiles of a single map it can be quite the feat to find and catch one without some kind of outside knowledge on how to get it. This is where this guide comes in, to tell you how to find the Feebas and then how to evolve it into the powerful Milotic.

Of course, catching Feebas is only half the battle, maybe even less, as evolving it can be a pain in the bum especially if you don’t have time-based events happening anymore and can’t grow berries. No worries, I’ll explain that further on in the guide as well. So get your fishing rod ready and learn how to catch and evolve the elusive Feebas!

Where to Catch a Feebas?

The simple answer is Route 119, and it being a fish you have to use a fishing rod to actually get it. Now here’s the catch, it only appears on six (yes, six) of the fishable tiles on this route. Also if you change the Dewford town’s Trendy Phrase it changes the tiles randomly again so any progress you made in looking for it would be entirely lost. Also just because your friend has the same phrase doesn’t mean you have the same tiles available to catch the Feebas on.

So you have to literally check it yourself without any shortcuts. I will have a map available on the side to look at that shows how many tiles there are and a map downloadable on DeviantART that will allow you to check mark all the tiles you check so you remember in case you forget. Once you want to start checking do it in a systematic way so you don’t miss any squares (that could be one of the six after-all).

Something like this, where you start at the x and move down in a horizontal line checking each tile a few times (at least 5 times should be enough but more is always better). If you use a super rod there is only one other species of pokemon you could possibly catch (Carvanha) but any rod will work if you don’t have the super rod.

V<-<-<-<-<- ->->->->->V
etc. etc.

Caught One (Or More) Now What?

Double, or even triple, check that you have the right nature on the Feebas you want to evolve and either release or store the other ones so you don’t feed the wrong one the blocks. When you are sure you have the right feebas to evolve into milotic you need to do some block making to beautify your new fish. It might be a good idea to make use of the free berry giver-outers in case they give you one you need to evolve it, but what exactly do you need? Well, read on my friend, read on.

Natures you should look for and keep: Modest, Mild, Rash, Quiet.

Evolving Feebas Into Milotic

You need to increase feebas’ beauty to the max, but of course you can only feed so many blocks to each pokemon so you are limited to using blocks of certain beauty or higher in order to evolve Feebas before you reach the block limit. That’s where the nature part comes in, some natures really like beauty blocks so they get more from them while some don’t like them so you don’t get as much beauty out of the blocks as you would other natures. These are the berries that would make the blue or Indigo blocks to increase beauty to your feebas.

Berries you need:

Wiki Berry
Kelpsy Berry
Cornn Berry
Pamtre Berry (Best to use but only available after the elite four is defeated)

Now that you have berries, you might want to grow some if you can, if not then just try to stock up so you have enough to do it all in one go. If you don’t know how to make blocks or you want to practice you can use other berries to practice making some or just get used to the process to avoid wasting berries. When it stops saying the Beauty stat has been raised after you feed it a block then you have completed your feeding of the berries/blocks. Next you have to level it up so either battle or feed it a rare candy and it should evolve into Milotic, if not then it needs more beauty.

Sinister Woods Walkthrough- Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Blue Version (enemies in sinister woods)

Sinister Woods Walkthrough- Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Blue Version (enemies in sinister woods)

Sinister Woods Basics

Uh oh, Caterpie’s friend Metapod needs some rescuing and you are the pokemon for the job. There are 13 floors in this dungeon, with the 13th floor being where you fight the boss team. Make sure you bring some berries to heal status conditions with or else you might not make it all the way through on your first few tries.

Requirements for Sinister Woods

Just like the last dungeon, Mt. Steel, you have to complete some rescue missions before you can even go to Sinister Woods and move along in the story line. Defeat Skarmory and then complete 5 rescue missions to open access to Sinister Woods.

Pokemon in Sinister Woods

There are pokemon a’plenty in this dungeon including many who poison and paralyze their enemies.

Swinub- Floors 1-3

Oddish- Floors 1-4

Sudowoodo- Floors 1-4

Sunflora- Floors 2-7

Sentret Floors 3-6

Silcoon- Floors 4-6

Cascoon- Floors 4-6

Shroomish- Floors 6-12

Linoone- Floors 7-9

Ledyba- Floors 7-10

Wooper- Floors 8-10

Scyther- Floors 8-11

Exeggutor- Floors 10-12

HootHoot- Floors 10-12

Slakoth- Floors 10-12

Team Meanies- Floor 13

Dangers of Sinister Woods

Although all the pokemon have a chance of being a dangerous pokemon, unless you leveled yourself up to an outrageous level for some reason, you should pay close attention to these three specifically.

Oddish- This pokemon knows absorb, which is dangerous especially for water rock and ground pokemon but also heals the user so take it out before it saps too much of your team’s HP.

Sunflora- Watch out for it’s pound attack, it can deal a good amount of damage sometimes even 18 HP. Take it out with a fire move before it pounds you into defeat.

Sudowoodo- The danger here is for people who think it’s a grass type. Sudowoodo is a deadly pokemon and is a rock type so soak him into rubble.

Boss Battle Sinister Woods Team Meanies

The boss battle here may be a bit more difficult for players as it is a team battle. There are three pokemon in Team Meanies including, Gengar, Medicham, and Ekans. Don’t be discouraged if they wipe the floor with you the first couple times, they aren’t meant to be easy.

Gengar- Use psychic, ghost, and dark type moves.

Medicham- Flying and ghost moves here.

Ekans- Ground and psychic moves.

So basically, if you have a psychic pokemon, take it with you and try to keep it alive until the boss battle. Then use it to take out Ekans and Gengar, leaving Medicham and giving you a little easier time with a 2/3-on-1 battle.

Other Hubs on PMD

Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Help: The Pokemon Square
The Pokemon Square is important to any Rescue Team as it has all the buildings useful for selling items, storing items/money, and linking moves. This will give you a quick little summary of each building and how best to take advantage of each one.
Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Blue Version Mt. Steel Help
Mt. Steel can be difficult for new adventurers who may not have a type advantage or just are having trouble for a number of reasons. This will tell you who is in the dungeon, who to look out for, and even how to beat the boss.

Pokemon Black and White Version Gym Leaders Weakness (Weaknesses)

Pokemon Black and White Version Gym Leaders Weakness (Weaknesses)

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Striaton Gym- Chili, Cress, or Cilan

This gym is a unique one, there are three leaders available to battle. Although, not really available to battle total, you only go against one of them. Each leader has one of the Pan- Monkeys and you battle the one that is super effective against your starter (Kind of like a Rival battle, only you get a shiny badge).

Chili is the fire leader, you battle him if you chose Snivy to partner up with. He has a level 12 Lillipup and a level 14 Pansear. Douse him with water to avoid getting burned.

Cress is the water leader, the choice of Tepid brings him to the battle front. Also carrying a level 12 Lillipup, he completes his team with a 14 Panpour. Electricity or grass will take him down in no time.

The last leader is the grass leader, Cilan. You may know him if you watched the anime as he follows Ash around on his adventure (the Brock of Unova). He has a level 12 Lillipup like the others and a level 14 Pansage that is easily beaten with fire.

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Nacrene City- Lenora

The second gym of the Unova region is Lenora. She is located in Nacrene City and specializes in Normal type pokemon. If you had a pokemon who was effective against the last gym’s Lillipup bring it along to deal damage here.

She has a level 18 Herdier and a level 20 Watchog. In my experience with this gym that Watchog is the one to look out for. It knows Hypnosis and I didn’t get enough damage in before she put them to sleep and fainted my pokemon before they even woke up.

Use fighting types if you have them, otherwise just avoid the ghost type. There are fighting type pokemon in the grass to the West of Nacrene City, before the forest entrance just go down and there are some in there.

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Castelia Gym- Burgh

Burgh, sounds like bug doesn’t it? A little, maybe? Well maybe that’s why he likes the bug type so much. In fact, his gym specializes in bug type pokemon at the Castelia Gym. I actually like the inside of this gym, it’s one of my favorites to play in.

Anyway, he has a Whirlipede at level 21, a level 21 Dwebble, and a level 23 Leavanny. Whirlipede knows screech so watch it that it doesn’t use that, Dwebble knows sand attack which can cause you to lose against Leavanny, and Leavanny itself knows Protect.

Fire is useful except against Dwebble since it’s also a rock type. Flying and rock will work here as well, plus water against Dwebble. Save the strongest pokemon for Leavanny if possible to avoid any lowered stats from the previous two pokemon.

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Nimbasa Gym- Elesa

This gym is the end of the first half of gyms you must conquer in the region. Nimbasa Gym is an electric gym, which always looks cool inside, and is led by Elesa. She reminds me of myself a bit and not just the name sounding similar.

Warning, this gym may cause de ja vu, and possible confused for a moment syndrome. She has two level 25 Emolga in her party, a boy and a girl, with the same moves. The last pokemon in her party is a level 27 Zebstrika.

Ground is really your only weapon of power here, although Emolga have other weaknesses due to their half flying types. Ice and rock would be helpful, avoiding the ground type is the only disadvantage. Bring along a high attack pokemon (or two) if you don’t have an ice or rock pokemon and a ground pokemon for Zebstrika and you may soon have the gyms half complete.

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Driftveil Gym- Clay

Nintendo should try getting some original names here, Clay is Driftveil’s gym leader and if you guessed his type being ground from his name, you’d be right.

His level 29 Krokorok, level 29 Palpitoad, and level 31 Excadrill could be easy peasy if you picked oshawott, or received panpour earlier in your journey and kept it with you. The whole water ground type pokemon always seem to give me trouble, but then again I always choose the water starter…

Water, grass, and ice will do well against ground type pokemon. Fighting and bug will be good against Krokorok, Grass is super effective against both of Palpitoad’s types so use that if available, if not there’s ice being the same advantage. Excadrill is done in with fire and fighting moves, just make sure it isn’t a fighting pokemon who deals the damage.

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Mistralton Gym- Skyla

Flying types, Skyla, Mistralon City, what do they have in common? The gym. Yep, surprised you didn’t I? Skyla trains flying pokemon so prepare for that.

She has a level 33 Swoobat, a level 33 Unfezant, and a level 35 Swanna. Watch Swanna’s aqua ring and take it out fast before the battle drags on forever.

Flying in general is weak against electric, ice, and rock also keeping in mind that ground has no effect on these birds. Swoobat is also weak to bug, ghost, and dark type moves but it’s super effective against bug pokemon. Unfezant has no real type advantages to add, avoid ghost moves and rock does half damage to normals so try something else if you have it. Swanna is quadruple effective when hit with electric moves, grass does damage but is half to water so that may not help all that much. Electric is your best bet, but ice works too.

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Icirrus Gym- Brycen

Brycen is in Icirrus gym wielding some ice type pokemon. Three of them to be exact and boy do they pack a punch if not dealt with properly.

All straight ice types, there are no duals to worry about here, Vanillish is a level 37 pokemon, Cryogonal is level 37, and Beartic is level 39.

Ice pokemon are weak against fire, fighting, rock, and steel, just don’t use rock. With no dual types, you don’t have to worry about anything doing less damage because of another type in the way. Do avoid grass, ground, flying, and ROCK. Unless it’s a pokemon who just knows a rock move but isn’t a rock type keep it in the party or pc until you beat the gym. Ice pokemon are super effective against it just as it is super effective against ice.

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Opelucid Gym- Drayden, Iris

YAY, the last gym is finally in your grasp.There are two leaders depending on which version you play, Drayden is in Black and Iris is in White. You enter Opelucid City and find the gym only to see a bunch of giant dragon statues and get a little scared. Dragons are difficult to defeat but let me help you. We can do this together.

Good news, they both have the same pokemon so you don’t have to see more words than you care to read. A level 41 Fraxure, level 41 Druddigon, and a level 43 Haxorus are included in their parties with the only difference being the genders match the trainer’s and Iris’ Druddigon has sheer force ability while Drayden’s has Rough skin.

No dual types, which makes this a bit more difficult to find a loophole, yet also prevents unwanted type advantages on the opponent’s side. Dragons are of course super effective against themselves, just don’t try it unless it isn’t a dragon type pokemon. Other than that there is only ice, avoiding fire, water, electric, and grass (most of my pokemon). I had a tough time even getting to this gym leader, then an even harder time defeating him (I own black). Bring along high attack pokemon or high defense, whatever your strategy is, and some ice types if you have them.

Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Blue Rescue Team Tiny Woods Walkthrough and Help

Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Blue Rescue Team Tiny Woods Walkthrough and Help

Tiny Woods Basics

Why are you even in Tiny Woods? Well if you play the game and pay attention, you are there when you start the game, just not in the dungeon part of it. Butterfree comes flying towards you screeching about how they lost their baby in a fissure, he can’t climb out, and the pokemon in the woods are attacking Butterfree. After conversing with your partner you decide to save Caterpie, but what should you know about this place?

There are three floors in this dungeon and is a pretty easy starting dungeon, good in the future for leveling up low level friends you make. There are a few dangers but if you battle more than say, five pokemon, both you and your partner should level up once. No requirements to get into the dungeon because it’s your tutorial but that doesn’t mean you can take it lightly.

Requirements For Tiny Woods

Kind of a waste of a Hub capsule but I want to put it here anyway since the other dungeons will have this capsule regardless of how many requirements they may or may not have.

There are NO requirements for Tiny Woods since it is a tutorial dungeon and you are thrown right into it from the beginning without any opportunity to do anything else.

Which Pokemon Are In Tiny Woods?

There are only three floors on this dungeon, so there can’t be that many pokemon and if you think that you would be right. Only four pokemon species are in Tiny Woods but not every pokemon is on every floor, just like the other dungeons and here is where who is.

Pidgey: Pidgey is on every floor of this dungeon.

Wurmple: Wurple is again on every floor, and I seem to find them more than the others.

Sunkern: Sunkern is also on every floor but I promise that ends here.

Exeggcute: Exeggcute is the sole pokemon not on every floor, located only on the third floor.

Dangers in Tiny Woods

You wouldn’t think it when there are low level pokemon, in a three level dungeon, a tutorial dungeon at that, but there are dangers you need to watch out for. Not exactly fatal deadly dangers unless you really have no idea what you are doing, but still watch out and don’t let your partner go growling at everybody.

Pidgey: This little bird knows tackle, which is the strongest move you will encounter. Defeat it fast since you have low HP but it shouldn’t give you much trouble unless both you and your partner are missing and/or there are many pidgeys after you at once.

Sunkern: This little seed? pokemon is difficult when you have the wrong type of pokemon to fight it. It knows absorb so water, ground, and rock types will be more damaged by this grass move. If possible use your partner or only you (depending on which is a grass type) to avoid unwanted damage hits or faints against Sunkern.

Exeggcute: I don’t seem to find any Exeggcute unless I am on a seperate mission involving the third floor, after saving Caterpie. It knows hypnosis though, which you may or may not know puts your pokemon to sleep and could end up making you faint, especially if you have other pokemon attacking you too.

Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Blue Version Thunderwave Cave Walkthrough

Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Blue Version Thunderwave Cave Walkthrough
My Tiny Woods Hub
Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Blue Version is a pretty fun game and takes a new approach to the pokemon series. This specific guide is for Tiny Woods Dungeon but I will write one on the other dungeons as I do them, and side ideas about the game.

Thunderwave Cave Basics

The Second Dungeon to journey through is the Thunderwave Cave and this time you are saving a Magnemite couple who were joined together when an electromagnetic wave passed through. You and your partner decide to go there and save the Magnemite so off you travel.

There are 5 floors in this Dungeon so it is slightly longer than Tiny Woods, but still won’t take you hours to pass through unless you do it on purpose. Like Tiny Woods, and the other dungeons you will enter there are dangers to watch out for but you should level at least once or twice.

Requirements for Thunderwave Cave

Again with the probably not useful Capsule but there are at least requirements for this one.

There are no requirements for Thunderwave Cave besides saving Caterpie, which is a pretty impossible dungeon to fail unless you get some bad luck.

Which Pokemon Are In Thunderwave Cave?

In the 5 floors of Thunderwave Cave there are many pokemon to watch out for. No Electric types on the first few floors but don’t worry, they will soon try to defeat you and probably will as they defeated me. There are pokemon exclusive to only Blue version and only Red Version so don’t be surprised if you don’t see them.

Rattata: Found on floor 1-3.

Nidoran (F): Found again on floors 1-3.

Poochyena: Found on floors 1-3 and the last of the non electric pokemon.

Voltorb: Found on floors 3-5 and the first taste of electric pokemon (unless you don’t see any).

Elekid: Found on floors 4 and 5, and the pokemon who defeated me so watch it.

Plusle: Floors 4 and 5 but only on Red Version.

Minun: Only found on Blue version and on floors 4 and 5.

Dangers in Thunderwave Cave

You have read this far, so you have probably read my little cautions on who to look out for. There are more specific dangers to look out for though, ones that even took me down.

Elekid: Elekid knows and uses Leer quite often, lowering your defense and making you a target for the other pokemon unless you find a wonder tile fast. Elekid was who defeated me, almost fainting me and my partner twice before another one got us.

Poochyena: The Danger with Poochyena is other pokemon coming up from behind while you try defeating him/her. The more pokemon attacking you, the higher likelyhood you will be defeated.

Plusle: Not a problem for Blue version, but Plusle knows Thunderwave, paralyzing you and making you unable to attack until it wears off. You have low HP so it won’t take long for Plusle to at least get you in the low HP before you are unparalyzed if not defeated. (Might be Minun too, but I am not certain.)

Simple Tips Buying Nintendo Wii

Simple Tips Buying Nintendo Wii

What do you like to do in your spare time? Do you like to play games? What kind of game do you like to play? Well, you might have heard that there are lots of types of game that you can play such as online game or video game. Each type of game offers different enjoyment and excitement. Different people surely prefer to play different game. If you like playing video game, you will need to have video game console. There are some brands of video game console and finding the best one will depend on your preferences.
Nintendo Wii
If you find problems when you want to find a video game console, you can try to go to Shopwiki. The website provides Nintendo Wii buying guide. You will find a guide that will help you when you are trying to find that game console. You will find all insider facts about this game console so that you can be sure whether you need to buy or not. There is also guide to buy Video Games that will help you to choose the right game for you. The website provides information about Wii Games which are in fact can be played in your game console.
Furthermore, you will be able to find complete guide about Wii Accessories. The guide will help you go through of any hassles in finding and buying accessories for your Wii. Therefore, if you want to easily buy Wii game console, you can visit the website to find its buying guide.

Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Help: The Pokemon Square (Gulpin Link Shop, Storage, and More!)

Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Help: The Pokemon Square (Gulpin Link Shop, Storage, and More!)
Tiny Woods Walkthrough
Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Blue Version is a pretty fun game and takes a new approach to the pokemon series. This specific guide is for Tiny Woods Dungeon but I will write one on the other dungeons as I do them, and side ideas about the game.

Kecleon Shop and Wares

This is where you do all the item buying and selling, including TMs. Useful for when you have items you don’t really want or you need to buy something but don’t want to look in Dungeons, or it isn’t found in dungeons. They are brothers and eventually you can find their shops in Dungeons as well so look for them but be careful not to steal.

Left (Green): The guy on the left is Kecleon Shop, selling regular dungeon items. Healing items, food items, things you throw, and items you give to a partner to hold are all located here. Up to 8 items at any time so if you see something you like, either take a chance of it being there later or buy it right then.

Right (Purple): Look to your right and you will see a much cooler Kecleon, this one is Kecleon Wares. This stand sells orbs and TMs, the more rare items you may not be able to find in Dungeons as commonly as the other shop’s items. He has only up to 4 items in stock at a time so if you see something you like and an afford it BUY IT!

Felicity Bank

If you understand the word bank, you should know what to do at this store. If not, it is for saving money so you don’t lose it during Dungeon loses. I like to put all my money in here every single day unless I am highly confident I will make it through the mission I have that day.

Eventually a friend store opens up next door so you should save your money and buy those to add pokemon to your rescue team. If you just want to save your money for other things that’s cool too, but please save it. You don’t want 100,000 money to just disappear after you get defeated in a Dungeon and lose it all.

Gulpin Link Shop

The Gulpin Link Shop has a little Gulpin who will, well, link moves for you or your team members. Linking moves is when you use more than one move in a sort of chain. Like say tackle and growl are linked together, just by selecting tackle you will use both tackle and growl. Pretty useful as you learn more moves and want to deal heavy damage against foes.

Although you can link moves with link boxes, they don’t come around very often so if you need a link or delink now try this shop. It only costs 150 to link or delink moves and you should start getting more than that per Dungeon after you get through the first few.

Other than Linking moves Gulpin can also teach moves you have forgotten when you learned a new move. Only moves learned by leveling up are able to be remembered, so don’t think you can forget a TM move and just learn it again later cause you can’t.

Kangaskhan Storage

Kangaskhan Storage is a storage facility for items you pick up in Dungeons, or receive as rewards for completing jobs. If you want to keep an item and don’t want to use one of your 20 precious tool box slots, put it in here. Nobody will try to get past a mother Kangaskhan to steal your items so they are sure to be safe.

You can also take items as you need them so if you need an extra apple or oran berry for a dungeon you can get it from Kangaskhan Storage before you go for another try, or the first. Pretty simple idea with pretty simple rules. Store as you need to, take back as you need to, nothing will get stolen.