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Pokemon Mystery Dungeon DX | Rescue Camps Guide - The New Friend Areas

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Read this Pokemon Mystery Dungeon DX guide to learn more about Rescue Camps! Find out more about the new feature that has replaced Friend Areas in older games. Learn how to get camps, what they are for, & more!

Table of Contents

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All Rescue Camp List

All Available Rescue Camp List & Unlock Cost

Camp Cost / How To Unlock
Wild Plains Unlocked at start of game
Sky-Blue Plains Unlocked at start of game
Beau Plains 2,700 Poke Coins
Thunder Crag 600 Poke Coins
Power Plant 600 Poke Coins
Mt. Discipline 700 Poke Coins
Mt. Green 700 Poke Coins
Mt. Cleft 700 Poke Coins
Stump Forest Unlocked at start of game
Flyaway Forest 500 Poke Coins
Secretive Forest 900 Poke Coins
Vibrant Forest 800 Poke Coins
Mushroom Forest 800 Poke Coins
Overgrown Forest 700 Poke Coins
Jungle 500 Poke Coins
Poison Swamp 7,000 Poke Coins
Safari 600 Poke Coins
Withering Desert 900 Poke Coins
Ravaged Field 700 Poke Coins
Scorched Plains 700 Poke Coins
Crater 5,000 Poke Coins
Echo Cave 2,700 Poke Coins
Boulder Cave 700 Poke Coins
Frigid Cavern 800 Poke Coins
Tadpole Pond 900 Poke Coins
Turtleshell Pond 6,000 Poke Coins
Rub-a-Dub River 3,000 Poke Coins
Gourd Swamp 9,000 Poke Coins
Ice Floe Beach 6,000 Poke Coins
Shallow Beach 9,000 Poke Coins
Bountiful Sea 9,000 Poke Coins
Serene Sea 9,000 Poke Coins
Treasure Sea 9,000 Poke Coins
Deepsea Floor 9,000 Poke Coins
Decrepit Lab 6,000 Poke Coins
Waterfall Lake 9,000 Poke Coins
Evolution Forest 9,000 Poke Coins
Mystic Lake 2,500 Poke Coins
Magnetic Quarry 700 Poke Coins
Dragon Cave 3,000 Poke Coins
Aged Chamber A-N 9,000 Poke Coins
Aged Chamger O-? 9,000 Poke Coins
Ancient Relic 700 Poke Coins
Mt. Moonview 7,000 Poke Coins
Darkness Ridge 800 Poke Coins
Legendary Island Recruit Zapdos, Moltres, or Articuno
Cryptic Cave Recruit Mewtwo
Final Island 9,000 Poke Coins (beat the story)
Sacred Field Recruit Entei, Raikou or Suicune
Deepsea Current Recruit Lugia
Rainbow Peak Recruit Ho-Oh
Healing Forest Recruit Celebi
Southern Island Recruit Latios & Latias
Seafloor Cave Recruit Kyogre
Volcanic Pit Recruit Groudon
Stratos Lookout Recruit Rayquaza
Enclosed Island Recruit Deoxys

How To Get Rescue Camps

Unlock Wigglytuff's Camp Corner

Unlock Wigglytuff

You'll be able to unlock Wigglytuff's Camp Corner after you complete the battle with Skarmory in Mt. Steel. After the job, you'll get prompted to visit Pokemon Square & open up Wigglytuff Camp Corner.

Check Out Mt. Steel Story Walkthrough!

Access Mid-Dungeon Via The Wigglytuff Orb

If you use an item called a Wigglytuff Orb, you'll be able to access the camp creation interface mid-dungeon. This is useful for when you see a Pokemon you want to recruit, but don't yet have the appropriate camp for.

Purchase Camps You Want To Unlock

Purchase Camps You Want To Unlock

Once the Wigglytuff Camp Corner is unlocked, you can choose which Rescue Camp you want to purchase. After purchasing a camp, they will appear when you exit the screen to the left of your house.

Check Out Which Rescue Camp To Buy First!

Unlock When Recruiting Legendaries

Unlock When Recruiting Legendaries

When you recruit a legendary Pokemon, they will have a Rescue Camp of their own in town. These will not cost you any Poke Coins.

Check Out Legendaries You Can Recruit!

Mew Is An Exception


In order to recruit Mew, you will need to have the Final Island Camp, which costs 9000 coins to build. If you don't have this camp, you will not be able to recruit it after defeating it!

Check Out How To Recruit Mew Here!

What Are Rescue Camps?

Place To House Pokemon You Recruit

Place to House Pokemon You Recruit

Rescue Camps allow you to house the Pokemon that you recruit into your Rescue Team! These can be accessed by going through the path on the left side of your house. Here, you will be able to see what Pokemon you can bring with you when going on jobs!

Certain Camps House Specific Pokemon Types

Certain Camps House Specific Pokemon Types

There are several types of Rescue Camps in the game. Each Rescue Camp will let you house a certain type of Pokemon.

Camps Can House a Limited Number of Pokemon

Keep in mind that a Camp can only store a limited number of Pokemon. However, increasing your Rescue Team's rank will let you house more Pokemon in your camps!

Team RankNumber Of Pokemon
Check Out How To Raise Rescue Team Rank!

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