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{{Infobox Dungeon
|bordercolor = black
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|Image = [[File:Mt._Thunder.png|link=]]
|backcolor = yellow
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|Number of Floors = 13
|textcolor = black
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|Boss = [[Boss (Rescue Team)#Zapdos|Zapdos]]
|name = Mt. Thunder
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|Game = [[Red and Blue Rescue Team]]
|jpname = ライメイの やま
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|How to Unlock = Complete [[Silent Chasm]]
|image =
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|Name = Mt. Thunder
|floors = 13
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|Japanese Name = ライメイの やま (''Mt. Raimei'')
|save = Yes
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|Majority = [[Electric Pokémon|Electric]], [[Poison Pokémon|Poison]], [[Flying Pokémon|Flying]]
|traps =
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|Missions = Rescue of Jumpluff and Shifty's rescue team.
|majority = {{Type|Electric}}
 
|boss = [[Zapdos]]
 
|allowed = 3
 
|pkmn = 18 (17 if Zapdos is recruited post-game)
 
 
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'''Mt. Thunder''' (ライメイの やま, ''Mt. Raimei'') is a dungeon that appeared in ''[[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team]]''. It is the sixth overall dungeon in the game and the first to feature a Legendary Pokémon boss fight; in this case, being [[Zapdos]]. OH YEA!!!! OH YEA!!! SUCK THAT PENIS!!! OH YEA!!! OH CRAP!!! Mt. Thunder is mainly inhabited by {{Type|Electric}} Pokémon, but also contains populations of {{Type|poison}} and {{Type|flying}} Pokémon.
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'''{{PAGENAME}}''' (Japanese: ライメイの やま ''Mt. Raimei'') is the sixth [[Dungeons|dungeon]] in ''[[Red and Blue Rescue Team|Red Rescue Team]]'' and ''[[Red and Blue Rescue Team|Blue Rescue Team]]''. After floor 10, the player is given an option to save and heal before continuing on to '''Mt. Thunder Peak''', which takes place on the outside of the mountain. It has three floors, with the first legendary Pokémon boss ([[Boss (Rescue Team)#Zapdos|Zapdos]]) at the peak. There is no chance of finding a [[Monster House]], a [[Kecleon Shop]], or a [[Buried Item|buried item]] in this dungeon. This is the first dungeon to fight with a Legendary Pokemon.
   
Mt. Thunder is also the first dungeon to feature a save room, which allows player to save their progress whilst inside a dungeon. The save room appears after the player scales the tenth floor and the peak of Mt. Thunder ensues the save room.
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==Plot==
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{{Spoiler}}
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After the player's rescue team attempts to rescue Shiftry and the lost Jumpluff, the monster of the [[Silent Chasm]] legend, [[Boss (Rescue Team)#Zapdos|Zapdos]], appears and kidnaps Shiftry. It is up to the player to rescue him.
   
== Wild Pokémon ==
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After the player reaches the peak of Mt. Thunder, [[Boss (Rescue Team)#Zapdos|Zapdos]] appears to challenge the rescue team. If the player's team is victorious, Zapdos tries to knock the player out, but Team ACT appears to calm down Zapdos. Zapdos is impressed by the player's rescue team, and releases Shiftry. Team ACT is shocked by the players strength, as Alakazam senses that the player is not a Pokémon. The partner reveals that the player is a human. The partner then asks Alakazam how the player turned into a Pokémon. Alakazam does not know, but tells the partner to go to the Hill of the Ancients, to find Xatu to shed light on the player's past.
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As the player and the partner leave, Charizard knows that Alakazam is hiding something. Alakazam then tells Charizard
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that something is concerning him, but he leaves it unspoken for the player's sake.
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==Pokémon Encountered==
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===Mt. Thunder===
 
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Note: You can only recruit [[Zapdos]] after the end credits.
   
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Latest revision as of 08:55, July 20, 2014

Mt. Thunder
[[File:File:Mt. Thunder.png|225px]]
Floors 13
Boss Zapdos
Japanese Name ライメイの やま (Mt. Raimei)
Majority Electric, Poison, Flying
Missions Rescue of Jumpluff and Shifty's rescue team.
Game Red and Blue Rescue Team
How to Unlock
Complete Silent Chasm

Mt. Thunder (Japanese: ライメイの やま Mt. Raimei) is the sixth dungeon in Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team. After floor 10, the player is given an option to save and heal before continuing on to Mt. Thunder Peak, which takes place on the outside of the mountain. It has three floors, with the first legendary Pokémon boss (Zapdos) at the peak. There is no chance of finding a Monster House, a Kecleon Shop, or a buried item in this dungeon. This is the first dungeon to fight with a Legendary Pokemon.

PlotEdit

Spoiler warning:
Plot and/or ending details may follow.
Unown Exclamation XY

After the player's rescue team attempts to rescue Shiftry and the lost Jumpluff, the monster of the Silent Chasm legend, Zapdos, appears and kidnaps Shiftry. It is up to the player to rescue him.

After the player reaches the peak of Mt. Thunder, Zapdos appears to challenge the rescue team. If the player's team is victorious, Zapdos tries to knock the player out, but Team ACT appears to calm down Zapdos. Zapdos is impressed by the player's rescue team, and releases Shiftry. Team ACT is shocked by the players strength, as Alakazam senses that the player is not a Pokémon. The partner reveals that the player is a human. The partner then asks Alakazam how the player turned into a Pokémon. Alakazam does not know, but tells the partner to go to the Hill of the Ancients, to find Xatu to shed light on the player's past.

As the player and the partner leave, Charizard knows that Alakazam is hiding something. Alakazam then tells Charizard that something is concerning him, but he leaves it unspoken for the player's sake.

Pokémon EncounteredEdit

Mt. ThunderEdit

Mt. Thunder Pokémon
Pokémon Floors Levels Recruit Rate
Weedle 1-4 8 11.4%
Nidoran♂ 1-4 12 12.6%
Electrike 1-4 12 7.8%
Cacnea 2-5 11 7.2%
Pidgeotto 2-5 11 -19%
Beedrill 5-8 10 Unrecruitable
Electabuzz 5-8 12 Unrecruitable
Stantler 5-9 9 7.2%
Ampharos 6-10 12 Unrecruitable
Gligar 7-10 12 8.5%
Manectric 8-10 9 Unrecruitable
Growlithe 9-10 10 10.6%
Mt. Thunder Peak Pokémon
Pokémon Floors Levels Recruit Rate
Growlithe 1-2 10 10.6%
Electabuzz 1-2 12 Unrecruitable
Ampharos 1-2 12 Unrecruitable
Gligar 1-2 12 8.5%
Manectric 1-2 9 Unrecruitable
Zapdos 3 25 30%

Note: You can only recruit Zapdos after the end credits.

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