Catching the best Pokémon in the world has never been an easy task. In the main games, some Pokémon require special conditions, events or rarely spawn. In the spin-off game Pokémon Mystery Dungeon DX, Finding and catching Pokémon isn’t that difficult, but it’s almost impossible to make sure that a creature stays on your team unless you have the appropriate rescue field.
What are these elusive fields? How do you choose the right one? How much does a field cost?
What a Rescue Team Camp consists of Pokémon Mystery Dungeon DX?
Rescue Team Camps are accommodation for the Pokémon you recruit on your journey. Instead of storing Pokémon in PC boxes like in the main series, Mystery Dungeon DX it makes them live in real houses. From a practical point of view, the storage space is smaller and only specific Pokémon can remain in each type of rescue field.
The rescue squad fields used to make sure that a Pokémon stays with you after finishing a mission. If you are able to recruit a Pokémon but lack the proper accommodation, that Pokémon will leave after completing the mission. Unfortunately, this also applies to rarer Pokémon such as Shinies and legendary Pokémon. It is imperative that you unlock as many Rescue Team Camps as possible as you progress through history.
Also, if you physically visit your rescue team camps by taking the west road from your home, they can be used to strengthen the recruited Pokémon.
How to get multiple rescue team camps in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon DX?
Wigglytuff, who will introduce the concept of Camps after your mission on Mt. Steel sells Team’s rescue camps, essentially transforming them into a sort of real estate broker. Most of the fields in Wigglytuff’s inventory will be available from day one, so buy as many as possible to make sure each Pokémon becomes yours. If you’ve seen a Pokémon you want to catch, you can search the inventory of Wigglytuff’s field for Pokémon. A second wave destined to accommodate the Pokémon found during post-game adventures will be added after completing the game, so be sure to visit Wigglytuff again after completing the main story.
Warning, while most legendary and mythical Pokémon have a specific field for them that is unlocked upon recruitment, a handful requires the purchase of a specific field before defeat the Pokémon. Otherwise, they will flee after the battle and you won’t be able to catch them. Fields can also make some catches of legendary Pokémon easier, so it’s important to buy them all soon.
Which Pokémon rescue camps are essential?
Assuming you want to catch legendary Pokémon, make the fields that will ultimately memorize them essential. Here is a quick rundown of the most important and expensive fields you will need to catch some of the best Pokémon in the game
Moonview Camp – This field is required to recruit Jirachi and can be purchased from the Wigglytuff shop after completing Mt. Steel for 7000p
Ancient field of relics – This field is required to recruit Regirock, Regice and Registeel and can be purchased from the Wigglytuff shop after completing the mount. Steel for 700p. With such a low price, you really have no reason not to buy it.
Final Island Camp – This field is required to recruit Mew and can be purchased from the Wigglytuff shop for 8500p after completing the main game.
Southern Island Camp – This field is needed to recruit Latios and Latias. It can be purchased from the Wigglytuff shop for 9500p after completing the main game.
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon DX is now available for Nintendo Switch.