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'''Treasure Town''' (Japanese: '''トレジャータウン''' ''Treasure Town'') is the main town in [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time & Explorers of Darkness]] and [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky]] located southwest of [[Wigglytuff's Guild]]. It is populated only by [[Pokémon]], like the rest of the world presented in the game and anime special.
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[[File:MD Treasure Town art.jpg|thumb|400px]]
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{{nihongo|Treasure Town|トレジャータウン|Treasure Town}} is the central village in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time, Darkness and Sky. It is populated solely by Pokémon, like the rest of the world presented in the game and anime special. It replaces [[Pokémon Square]] from the first games. Later, it was replaced by [[Post Town ]] in [[Gates to Infinity]].
   
==Places in Treasure Town==
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==Treasure Town shops==
==='''Kecleon Shop & Wares'''===
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===Kecleon Shop===
[[File:Kecleon_Shop.png|thumb|200px]]
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Run by Kecleon (younger; Kecleon Shop) and Kecleon (older; Kecleon Wares) . The younger Kecleon sells food, Gummis, throwing items, and other various items. The older Kecleon sells TMs, Wonder Orbs and other rarer items such as Keys. The same store appeared in the first game. There are also other Kecleon Shops that can be found in dungeons which sell different items, some of which that can't be found in this shop.
A shop run by Kecleon brothers. It also appeared in [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team & Blue Rescue Team|Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team & Blue ]][[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team & Blue Rescue Team|Rescue Team]] located in Pokémon Square. Sometime they can be found selling rare items.
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===Duskull Bank===
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Run by Duskull, this bank allows the player to store money so it will not be lost if the party is defeated in a dungeon.
   
Instruction Booklet:
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===Electivire Link Shop===
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Run by Electivire, this shop allows the player to set moves, link them for combos, or remember forgotten techniques.
   
: "''These shops are run by the Kecleon brothers. The older Kecleon sells Berries, Seeds, and similar items at his Kecleon Shop. The younger Kecleon brother deals in TMs and so on at Kecleon Wares. The merchandise selection will change as you progress through the story."''
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===Marowak Dojo===
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:''Main article: [[Marowak Dojo]]''
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Run by Marowak, entering the back room of this shop will display a list of labyrinths for the player to explore, labeled by the types of Pokémon that inhabit it. Unfortunately, to enter one, the player must sacrifice all of their items. Each labyrinth has 3-5 floors, with the enemies getting progressively stronger as the player advances through the floors.
   
==='''Duskull Bank'''===
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===Chansey's Day Care===
[[File:Duskulls_Bank.png|thumb|200px]]A bank run by [[Duskull]]. A bank also appeared in [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team & Blue Rescue Team]] but was run by [[Persian]]. It allows the player to save money so none in lost in the event of defeat.
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Chansey will hatch Eggs received as a reward for missions. The hatched Eggs will be at level 1 and know Egg moves.
   
Instruction Booklet:
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===Xatu Appraisal===
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Xatu will unlock chests found in dungeons for a fee of 150 Poké.
   
: ''"A bank operated by Duskull. You can deposit or withdraw your Poké'' (money) ''here. You should'' ''deposit your money here for safe keeping before going exploring''. ''If you are defeated in a dungeon, you lose all the money you are carrying, but what's in the bank is safe."''
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===Spinda's Café===
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Located near the exit of Treasure Town, Spinda's Café has two new shops. This shop can only be accessed in [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky|''Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky'']].
   
==='''Kangaskhan Storage'''===
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====Recycle Shop====
[[File:Kangaskhan_Storage.png|thumb|200px]]A place to store items that is run by [[Kangaskhan]]. The Storage also appeared in [[Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team And Blue Rescue Team|Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team & Blue Rescue Team]], which was also run by Kangaskhan. It allows the player to store items obtained by completing missions and items found in caves. As the player increases in rank, the amount of storable items increases.
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Run by Wobbuffet and Wynaut. Here the player can trade unwanted items for another item. It is possible to trade for Prize Tickets, which, when redeemed, will give the player a chance to win big.
   
Instruction Booklet:
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==Outskirts of Treasure Town==
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===Wigglytuff's Guild===
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:''Main article: [[Wigglytuff's Guild]]''
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The Wigglytuff Guild is a place where Pokémon can train to become exploration teams.
   
: ''"You can store or take out items here. It's a good idea to store important items before going out on a risky exploration, because if you are defeated in a dungeon, you lose some of the items you are carrying."''
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===Croagunk Swap Shop===
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Croagunk will trade a pair of rare Pokémon-exclusive items for rare hold items. It can be found in sublevel two of the Wigglytuff Guild.
   
==='''Electivire Link Shop'''===
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===Sharpedo Bluff===
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Sharpedo Bluff is a location west of Treasure Town, and is not really part of the town by itself. Its name comes from the Pokémon it is shaped like. It becomes the player's rescue team base after graduation. The Dugtrio from the guild can be seen here during several chapters, talking to the sea.
[[File:Electivire_Link_Shop.png|thumb|200px]]
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A shop run by [[Electivire]] that allows the player to link two attacks together so you can hit the opponent with two attacks instead of one. You can also re-learn old moves here. A Link Shop appeared in [[Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team And Blue Rescue Team|Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team & Blue Rescue Team but]] was run by [[Gulpin]].
 
 
Instruction Booklet:
 
 
: ''"A facility for linking moves and recalling forgotten moves. Linking is a process of putting two moves together so that they are used one after another in one turn. At this shop, the "Link" command links the selected move with the move listed below it. The order of the moves on the list can be switched around using the R button and the ''✚ ''Control Pad together. Linked moves are used in the order that they are listed. If you want to break the link, select the linked moves and select the "Delink." Note: some moves can't be linked."''
 
 
==='''Marowak Dojo'''===
 
 
[[File:Marowak_Training_Dojo.png|thumb|200px]]
 
A dojo where you can train at. After defeating Primal Dialga, the Final Maze, the toughest maze of them all, is unlocked
 
 
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: ''"A facility where your team may freely battle wild Pokémon. Even if you are defeated in the dungeons here, you will not lose Exp. Points, just as with other dungeons. However, unlike other dungeons, you will also be allowed'''' '''to keep all the items and money you find if you are defeated and expelled. You can't send SOS Mail from a dungeon here if you are defeated."''
 
 
==='''Chansey Day Care'''===
 
[[File:Chanseys_Hut.png|thumb|200px]]
 
A day care run by [[Chansey]] usable when you are given an [[Egg]] for completing a mission. Once you recieve the Egg, you take it to Chansey's Hut for Chansey to incubate the Egg. After a few in-game days, the egg will hatch.
 
 
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: ''"A shop that takes care of Eggs you obtain as thanks for completing jobs. If you get and egg, be sure to bring it here and leave it with Chansey. A Pokémon will hatch several days later."''
 
 
==='''Xatu Appraisal'''===
 
[[File:Xatu_Locksmith.png|thumb|200px]]
 
 
If you bring a box found in a mystery dungeon (ex. Heavy Box, Shiny Box) to Xatu Appraisal, the owner [[Xatu]] will open the box for a small fee. A variety of items can be obtained from boxes, like seeds or [[TM]]s. {{Stub}}
 
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Treasure Town (Japanese: トレジャータウン Treasure Town) is the central village in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time, Darkness and Sky. It is populated solely by Pokémon, like the rest of the world presented in the game and anime special. It replaces Pokémon Square from the first games. Later, it was replaced by Post Town  in Gates to Infinity.

Treasure Town shopsEdit

Kecleon ShopEdit

Run by Kecleon (younger; Kecleon Shop) and Kecleon (older; Kecleon Wares) . The younger Kecleon sells food, Gummis, throwing items, and other various items. The older Kecleon sells TMs, Wonder Orbs and other rarer items such as Keys. The same store appeared in the first game. There are also other Kecleon Shops that can be found in dungeons which sell different items, some of which that can't be found in this shop.

Duskull BankEdit

Run by Duskull, this bank allows the player to store money so it will not be lost if the party is defeated in a dungeon.

Electivire Link ShopEdit

Run by Electivire, this shop allows the player to set moves, link them for combos, or remember forgotten techniques.

Marowak DojoEdit

Main article: Marowak Dojo

Run by Marowak, entering the back room of this shop will display a list of labyrinths for the player to explore, labeled by the types of Pokémon that inhabit it. Unfortunately, to enter one, the player must sacrifice all of their items. Each labyrinth has 3-5 floors, with the enemies getting progressively stronger as the player advances through the floors.

Chansey's Day CareEdit

Chansey will hatch Eggs received as a reward for missions. The hatched Eggs will be at level 1 and know Egg moves.

Xatu AppraisalEdit

Xatu will unlock chests found in dungeons for a fee of 150 Poké.

Spinda's CaféEdit

Located near the exit of Treasure Town, Spinda's Café has two new shops. This shop can only be accessed in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky.

Recycle ShopEdit

Run by Wobbuffet and Wynaut. Here the player can trade unwanted items for another item. It is possible to trade for Prize Tickets, which, when redeemed, will give the player a chance to win big.

Outskirts of Treasure TownEdit

Wigglytuff's GuildEdit

Main article: Wigglytuff's Guild

The Wigglytuff Guild is a place where Pokémon can train to become exploration teams.

Croagunk Swap ShopEdit

Croagunk will trade a pair of rare Pokémon-exclusive items for rare hold items. It can be found in sublevel two of the Wigglytuff Guild.

Sharpedo BluffEdit

Sharpedo Bluff is a location west of Treasure Town, and is not really part of the town by itself. Its name comes from the Pokémon it is shaped like. It becomes the player's rescue team base after graduation. The Dugtrio from the guild can be seen here during several chapters, talking to the sea.

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