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After beating Stormy Sea, you should receive mail about the Buried Relic. Go to Pokémon square and talk to Lombre then Shiftry to unlock this massive dungeon. If you already beat Stormy Sea, but did not get Buried Relic, empty out your mailbox COMPLETELY, and then go through Tiny Woods.

Note: do not enter the dungeon until you buy the friend area Final Island. It is Mews Friend Area.

The Dungeon[edit]

Warning: This dungeon requires a quicksave before entry, so don't take anything important with you.

The first fourteen floors shouldn't be too hard. You'll face Regirock on the 15th, Regice on the 25th, and Registeel on the 35th. Each will drop a part. When you have all three parts, they will fuse to become a music box. From floor 36-98, there is a slight chance of encountering Mew as long as you possess the music box. Do not try to use it; if you do the music box will break! You can recruit Mew if you have the Final Island friend area. Shedinja, the one that is really hard to kill, appears on floors 26-39 (Floor 35 only contains the boss Registeel and have no Shedinja) and try to prepare or get some gravelerock to kill them or use moves that are super effective like fire moves and flying moves and so on. There are only Golem on floor 99.

There is a chance of finding buried items and Monster Houses on any floor. Run through corridors and rooms and if you stop in the middle, use the move Rock Smash or use a Ghost Pokemon OR have the IQ Skills called Super Mobile (The highest IQ Skills you can get) to beak the adjacent walls (All around you, including walls that are diagonal to you) to get items. The best thing you can get is Joy Seed and other great stuffs like Protein, Iron, Calcium, Zinc and Ginseng. The worst probably item may just be common TMs or money. There is only ONE hidden item on each floor. Note: Some are hidden way-off the room or walkway, hidden deep in the sea of walls. Rock Smash may not help IF you want every single items on the floor. Super Mobile may be the best way to get those hidden items. But BEWARE!, ghost Pokemon like Gastley and Haunter and other Pokemon that are able to walk or fly through walls (like Shedinja)can also pick up these items, and once they get the hidden items that are Protein, Iron, Calcium and Zinc, THEY WILL DRINK IT!!! So sorry, no Protein, Iron, Calcium, or Zinc for you! Ginseng is spared though. (NOTE: Walkway junctions OR room entrances may cause you to stop. There MAY or MAY NOT be any items there, depending if there is. Walkway bends do not stop you.)

Mew is tricky to find, since there is a low chance of it appearing on each floor, and there is only one chance per floor of it appearing. It is very much possible that you won't even find Mew at all through the WHOLE dungeon.

Items[edit]

Special Items[edit]

  • HM Rock Smash on floor 45 if you have a key
  • HM Strength on floor 60 if you have a ghost Pokémon or a Pokémon that knows rock smash or a mobile scarf or mobile orbs
  • HM Flash on floor 70 if you have a key
  • HM Cut on floor 80 if you have a key and a ghost Pokémon or a Pokémon that knows rock smash or a mobile scarf or mobile orbs
  • Rock Part Gained by defeating Regirock
  • Ice Part Gained by defeating Regice
  • Steel Part Gained by defeating Registeel
  • Music Box Once all 3 parts are collected they will become this

WARNING: If you befriend Mew, some chances are that you can't get these items, so if you want the items come back to the dungeon without fainting

Enemies[edit]

Out of every Pokémon in the game, Mew is the trickiest to get. Always look at your comment box for: Mew Transformed into _______ or Mew used Transform. If you befriend Mew, you will be instantly teleported out of the dungeon. With a friend bow and a Pokémon over level 55 it can be easily recruited. It is one of the best Pokémon for level 1 dungeons.

Name Type Level EXP Levels seen Recruit Rate
Golbat
Poison
Poison
Flying
Flying
10 1-4 -19%
Sneasel
Dark
Dark
Ice
Ice
15 1-4 7.7%
Wynaut
Psychic
Psychic
20 1-4 9.6%
Raticate
Normal
Normal
19 4-8 N/A
Machop
Fighting
Fighting
22 4-8 10.5%
Whismur
Normal
Normal
20 4-8 8.8%
Hoothoot
Normal
Normal
36 5-9 7%
Hitmonlee
Fighting
Fighting
22 5-11 N/A
Hitmonchan
Fighting
Fighting
22 5-11 N/A
Porygon (red only)
Normal
Normal
30 6-10 7.6%
Gastly
Ghost
Ghost
Poison
Poison
23 9-14 1%
Drowzee
Psychic
Psychic
35 9-14 7.9%
Abra
Psychic
Psychic
16 10, 20, 30 10.4%
Porygon2 (blue only)
Normal
Normal
20 10-18 10%
Aron
Steel
Steel
Rock
Rock
35 14-19 7.8%
Gulpin
Poison
Poison
20 14-19 6.9%
Regirock
Rock
Rock
18 15 0.1%
Geodude
Ground
Ground
Rock
Rock
27 16-20 9.1%
Noctowl
Normal
Normal
30 16-20 N/A
Ditto
Normal
Normal
25 16-34 6.8%
Meditite
Fighting
Fighting
Psychic
Psychic
30 17-22 5.5%
Wobbuffet
Psychic
Psychic
30 19-24 N/A
Hypno
Psychic
Psychic
33 23-29 N/A
Hitmontop
Fighting
Fighting
22 24-29 N/A
Regice
Ice
Ice
23 25 0.1%
Shedinja
Bug
Bug
Ghost
Ghost
5 26-39 N/A
Makuhita
Fighting
Fighting
25 30-34 10.2%
Registeel
Steel
Steel
25 35 0.1%
Mew
Psychic
Psychic
40 36-98 0.9%
Sandshrew
Ground
Ground
30 36-59 10.4%
Kadabra
Psychic
Psychic
30 40-49 -19%
Elekid
Electric
Electric
34 41-59 10.3%
Mr. Mime
Psychic
Psychic
29 50-69 7.4%
Pupitar
Rock
Rock
Ground
Ground
35 60-70 -19%
Rhyhorn
Ground
Ground
Rock
Rock
16 61-73 7.7%
Arbok
Poison
Poison
35 65-74 N/A
Shiftry
Grass
Grass
Dark
Dark
35 68-74 -30%
Mawile
Steel
Steel
30 68-90 7.1%
Graveler
Rock
Rock
Ground
Ground
35 74-79 -19%
Machoke
Fighting
Fighting
24 80-87 -19%
Haunter
Ghost
Ghost
Poison
Poison
25 82-93 -19%
Golem
Rock
Rock
Ground
Ground
29 91-99 -30%