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Latest revision as of 22:59, December 18, 2014

Mt. Steel
Mt. Steel
Floors 9
Game Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team
How to Unlock
Available at the start of the game.

Mt. Steel (ハガネやま, Mt. Hagane) is the third dungeon traversed in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team & Blue Rescue Team. It is also the first dungeon to feature a boss Pokémon: Skarmory. Your mission in the dungeon is to make your way to the ninth floor, then fight Skarmory to save Diglett. Once you have completed this mission, Skarmory will no longer be found in Mt. Steel. To be able to go on this adventure, you must have already saved Magnemite from Thunderwave Cave, and completed two missions since.

This dungeon is mainly inhabited by Steel-Type Pokémon and consists of nine floors. There are no monster houses, shops, or traps in this dungeon.

Wild PokémonEdit

Mt. Steel Pokémon
Pokémon Floors Level Recruit Rate
Spearow 1-4 4 11.9%
Baltoy 1-4 5 5.6%
Zigzagoon 1-5 5 8.5%
Aron 1-8 6 7.8%
Geodude 5-8 5 9.1%
Tyrogue 5-8 5 8%
Meditite 5-8 6 5.5%
Beldum 6-8 5 7.8%
Pinsir 7-8 6 8.3%
Skarmory* 9 10 Unrecruitable (boss)

ItemsEdit

Red and Blue Rescue Team Dungeons
Tiny Woods | Thunderwave Cave | Mt. Steel | Sinister Woods | Silent Chasm | Mt. Thunder | Great Canyon | Lapis Cave | Rock Path | Mt. Blaze | Snow Path | Frosty Forest | Mt. Freeze | Uproar Forest | Magma Cavern | Sky Tower | 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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