Pokémon Mystery Dungeon DX: Complete Camps Guide and Pokémon List

Here’s every Pokémon in Mystery Dungeon DX, where to find them, and the Rescue Team Camps that they go in once you recruit them to your team.


Spanning Generation I, Generation II, and Generation III, with some Pokémon from later generations thrown in, there are hundreds of Pokémon in Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX.

While you won’t be able to recruit them all before you complete the story, as you progress and level up your rescue team, you’ll find that even more Pokémon want to join your ranks.


You’ll also find that you want to recruit certain species and types of Pokémon to get an edge against the stronger Pokémon down the line.

So, sorted by the cost of the Rescue Team Camps, here are all of the Pokémon that you can find in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX, their types, which dungeons you can find them in, where you can encounter them as Strong Foes, and where you can find Legendary Encounters.

At the foot of the article, there’s also a list of all of the legendary Pokémon, their Rescue Team Camps, and where you can find the legendaries in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX.

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How to Build Rescue Team Camps

When you get to a certain stage in the story of Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX, you’ll unlock the Wigglytuff stand.

From the big pink Pokémon, you’ll be able to buy Rescue Team Camps in exchange for the Poké money that you pick up in dungeons, are rewarded for completing missions, and can get for selling items. Wigglytuff will also give you some camps for free, and some camps can only be unlocked later in the game.

One of the best items to sell in Mystery Dungeon DX is the Gold Ribbon as its only purpose is to be sold for a high price to stores.

If you need a quick injection of Poké and don’t mind selling some valuable items, use these Wonder Mail codes to stock up your storage and sell what you need to sell to be able to afford a new Rescue Team Camp.

If you’re in a dungeon, you can use a Wigglytuff Orb to gain instant access to the Rescue Team Camp store, should you find a Pokémon that you can’t currently recruit without a particular camp.

What are Camps in Mystery Dungeon DX?

In Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX, camps are used as a way for you to house all of the Pokémon who wish to join your team.

While venturing around dungeons and after completing jobs, you’ll sometimes find that Pokémon will ask to join your team. While in dungeons, you can have another five Pokémon following you to officially join the rescue team once you leave the dungeon.

Some jobs offer a special reward upon completion. The special reward is that the Pokémon who requested the job will join your rescue team.

You can use the Wonder Mail codes below to trigger some specific jobs where the Pokémon will join your team afterwards.

Wonder Mail Reward Code
Beautifly Mission CNTS N2F1
Chingling Mission R6T1 XSH5
Clefairy Mission 8TT4 98W8
Dragonair Mission HK5R 3N47
Larvitar Mission 5JSM NWF0
Mantyke Mission MF0K 5CCN
Mareep Mission 991Y 5K47
Misdreavus Mission 5K0K 0K2K
Rhyhorn Mission R8Y4 8QXR
Roselia Mission K762 CJWF
Sableye Mission 91SR 2H5J
Slowbro Mission 6Y6S NWHF
Smoochum Mission 92JM R48W
Togetic Mission MHJR 625M
Wailmer Mission 0R5H 76XQ

When you accept a Pokémon’s request to join your rescue team in Mystery Dungeon DX, they’ll go to stay in a specific camp, waiting for you to call them into your three-Pokémon squad for a mission.

How to use Camps in Mystery Dungeon DX

Camps require you to do very little once you have unlocked them or purchased them from Wigglytuff. However, to enable a Pokémon to join your rescue team, you’ll need to have their specific Rescue Team Camp unlocked.

In the tables below, you can see all of the Pokémon that can stay in each Rescue Team camp, making it easy to see what Pokémon can join your rescue team if you get the camp and encounter them in a dungeon or via a job’s special reward.

Regarding the use of camps, the most that you’ll need to do is manage which Pokémon stay in each camp. While camps are specific to a set of Pokémon species, you can have several individuals of one species in the camp.

When the camp is at or near full capacity, you’ll need to follow a similar method to giving your Pokémon a Gummi and Rare Quality to make a Pokémon leave a camp:

  • Turn down the left path outside of your house.
  • Scroll through the Camp List to find the camp that you want to manage.
    • To the right of each camp name, you’ll see a number (e.g. 8/14). This denotes the number of Pokémon in the camp and the camp’s capacity.
  • Go into the camp and select the Pokémon that you want to leave the camp.
  • Select the option ‘Say Good-Bye’ to release the Pokémon from your Rescue Team Camp and free-up some of its capacity.

Camps in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX are very easy to manage, and with the helpful tables below, you’ll easily be able to work out which Pokémon you want to keep and which ones you want to make some space for – just in case you see them in a dungeon.

Power Plant camp Pokémon

The Power Plant Rescue Team Camp is one of the initial camps that Wigglytuff gives to you for free. A total of eight Pokémon species can stay at the Power Plant camp, all of which are an electric-type Pokémon of some sort.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Magnemite Electric-Steel Lightning Field, Wish Cave
Magneton Electric-Steel Lightning Field
Magnezone Electric-Steel Evolve Magneton, Mystery House
Voltorb Electric Thunderwave Cave, Southern Cave, Fantasy Strait, Purity Forest, Wish Cave, Remains Island, Oddity Cave, Marvelous Sea
Electrode Electric Wish Cave, Purity Forest, Lightning Field, Joyous Tower, Mt. Faraway (Strong Foe)
Elekid Electric Purity Forest, Fantasy Strait, Thunderwave Cave, Lightning Field, Marvelous Sea
Electabuzz Electric Purity Forest, Marvelous Sea, Fantasy Strait, Wish Cave, Mt. Thunder, Remains Island
Electivire Electric Evolve Electabuzz, Mystery House

Sky-Blue Plains camp Pokémon

The Sky-Blue Plains Rescue Team Camp is one of the initial camps that Wigglytuff gives to you for free. A total of 16 Pokémon species can stay at the Sky-Blue Plains camp, most of which are normal or fairy-type Pokémon.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Igglybuff Normal-Fairy Joyous Tower
Jigglypuff Normal-Fairy Joyous Tower, Wish Cave, Purity Forest
Wigglytuff Normal-Fairy Joyous Tower, Purity Forest
Lickitung Normal Marvelous Sea, Oddity Cave, Remains Island, Fantasy Strait
Likilicky Normal Evolve Lickitung, Mt. Freeze (Strong Foe)
Happiny Normal Joyous Tower
Chansey Normal Joyous Tower
Blissey Normal Joyous Tower
Girafarig Normal-Psychic Western Cave, Solar Cave
Snubbull Fairy Remains Island
Granbull Fairy Joyous Tower
Smeargle Normal Western Cave
Ralts Psychic-Fairy Purity Forest, Western Cave, Wish Cave
Kirlia Psychic-Fairy Western Cave, Solar Cave
Gardevoir Psychic-Fairy Joyous Tower
Gallade Psychic-Fighting Evolve Kirlia

Stump Forest camp Pokémon

The Stump Forest Rescue Team Camp is one of the initial camps that Wigglytuff gives to you for free. A total of 15 Pokémon species can stay at the Stump Forest camp, all of which are bug-type Pokémon.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Caterpie Bug Purity Forest
Metapod Bug Joyous Tower
Butterfree Bug-Flying Pitfall Valley, Howling Forest (Strong Foe)
Weedle Bug-Poison Joyous Tower, Oddity Cave, Marvelous Sea, Illusory Grotto, Purity Forest, Silent Chasm, Remains Island, Fantasy Strait
Kakuna Bug-Poison Joyous Tower
Beedrill Bug-Poison Joyous Tower, Purity Forest, Silent Chasm
Ledyba Bug-Flying Sinister Woods, Joyous Tower, Oddity Cave, Marvelous Sea, Fantasy Strait, Remains Island, Purity Forest, Pitfall Valley
Ledian Bug-Flying Joyous Tower, Sky Tower, Northern Range
Yanma Bug-Flying Pitfall Valley, Silent Chasm, Purity Forest
Yanmega Bug-Flying Evolve Yanma, Mystery House
Wurmple Bug Tiny Woods, Fantasy Strait, Purity Forest
Silcoon Bug Sinister Woods
Beautifly Bug-Flying Northern Range
Cascoon Bug Fantasy Strait, Sinister Woods
Dustox Bug-Poison Joyous Tower, Illusory Grotto, Silent Chasm, Purity Forest

Wild Plains camp Pokémon

The Wild Plains Rescue Team Camp is one of the initial camps that Wigglytuff gives to you for free. A total of 13 Pokémon species can stay at the Wild Plains camp, with there being a good range of Pokémon types here.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Rattata Normal Tunderwave Cave, Wish Cave, Oddity Cave, Marvelous Sea, Buried Relic, Purity Forest, Remains Island, Fantasy Strait
Raticate Normal Buried Relic, Magma Cavern, Pitfall Valley
Ekans Poison Wish Cave
Arbok Poison Wish Cave, Purity Forest, Joyous Tower, Magma Cavern, Buried Relic
Farfetch’d Normal-Flying Joyous Tower, Pitfall Valley, Purity Forest, Silent Chasm
Drowzee Psychic Buried Relic, Western Cave, Solar Cave
Hypno Psychic Buried Relic, Western Cave, Solar Cave, Marvelous Sea, Remains Island, Fantasy Strait
Poochyena Dark Howling Forest, Fantasy Strait, Thunderwave Cave, Purity Forest
Mightyena Dark Howling Forest, Frosty Forest, Purity Forest, Joyous Tower
Zigzagoon Normal Purity Forest, Mt. Steel
Linoone Normal Purity Forest, Joyous Tower, Sinister Woods
Zangoose Normal Mt. Freeze, Purity Forest, Wish Cave, Western Cave (Strong Foe)
Seviper Poison Joyous Tower, Northern Range, Mt. Freeze

Flyaway Forest camp Pokémon

The Flyaway Forest Rescue Team Camp is one of the cheaper camps, only costing 500 Poké. A total of 14 Pokémon species can stay at the Flyaway Forest camp, most of which are flying-type Pokémon.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Pidgey Normal-Flying Pitfall Valley, Oddity Cave, Marvelous Sea, Tiny Woods, Purity Forest, Remains Island, Fantasy Strait
Pidgeotto Normal-Flying Mt. Thunder
Pidgeot Normal-Flying Joyous Tower, Mt. Blaze, Northern Tower
Hoothoot Normal-Flying Buried Relic, Purity Forest, Northern Range, Sinister Woods, Murky Cave (Strong Foe)
Noctowl Normal-Flying Northern Range, Buried Relic, Lapis Cave (Strong Foe)
Togepi Fairy Purity Forest, Wish Cave
Togetic Fairy-Flying Northern Range
Togekiss Fairy-Flying Evolve Togetic, Mystery House
Natu Psychic-Flying Purity Forest, Solar Cave, Wish Cave, Western Cave
Xatu Psychic-Flying Northern Range
Murkrow Dark-Flying Wish Cave, Remains Island, Fantasy Strait, Great Canyon, Marvelous Sea, Purity Forest
Honchkrow Dark-Flying Evolve Murkrow, Mystery House
Swablu Normal-Flying Joyous Tower, Purity Tower, Pitfall Valley
Altaria Dragon-Flying Joyous Tower, Purity Forest, Sky Tower, Wyvern Hill, Fantasy Strait (Strong Foe)

Jungle camp Pokémon

The Jungle Rescue Team Camp is one of the cheaper camps, only costing 500 Poké. A total of 14 Pokémon species can stay at the Jungle camp, all of which are grass-type Pokémon.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Oddish Grass-Poison Wyvern Hill, Oddity Cave, Marvelous Sea, Fantasy Strait, Remains Island, Purity Forest, Sinister Woods
Gloom Grass-Poison Purity Forest, Silent Chasm
Vileplume Grass-Poison Purity Forest, Great Canyon
Bellossom Grass Joyous Tower
Bellsprout Grass-Poison Purity Forest
Weepinbell Grass-Poison Purity Forest
Victreebel Grass-Poison Joyous Tower
Exeggcute Grass-Psychic Howling Forest, Oddity Cave, Marvelous Sea, Tunderwave Cave, Purity Forest, Remains Island, Fantasy Strait, Wyvern Hill (Strong Foe)
Exeggutor Grass-Psychic Joyous Tower, Sinister Woods, Purity Forest, Pitfall Valley (Strong Foe)
Tangela Grass Joyous Tower, Oddity Cave, Marvelous Sea, Lapis Cave, Fantasy Strait, Purity Forest, Remains Island
Tangrowth Grass Evolve Tangela, Mystery House
Sunkern Grass Tiny Woods
Sunflora Grass Joyous Tower, Purity Forest, Sinister Woods
Tropius Grass-Flying Joyous Tower, Lightning Field, Purity Forest, Sky Tower

Safari camp Pokémon

The Safari Rescue Team Camp is one of the cheaper camps, only costing 600 Poké. A total of 16 Pokémon species can stay at the Safari camp, with there being a good range of Pokémon types here.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Nidoran♀ Poison Purity Forest, Remains Island, Fantasy Strait, Thunderwave Cave, Oddity Cave, Marvelous Sea
Nidorina Poison Wish Cave, Purity Forest, Lapis Cave
Nidoqueen Poison-Ground Wish Cave, Purity Forest, Magma Cavern, Desert Region
Nidoran♂ Poison Wish Cave, Purity Forest, Oddity Cave, Fantasy Strait, Marvelous Sea, Remains Island, Mt. Thunder
Nidorino Poison Wish Cave, Purity Forest, Lapis Cave
Nidoking Poison-Ground Wish Cave, Purity Cave, Magma Cave, Southern Cavern
Doduo Normal-Flying Great Canyon, Fantasy Strait, Pitfall Valley, Marvelous Sea, Joyous Tower, Remains Island, Purity Forest, Oddity Cave
Dodrio Normal-Flying Northern Range
Rhyhorn Ground-Rock Wish Cave, Joyous Tower, Purity Forest, Southern Cavern, Buried Relic, Frosty Forest
Rhydon Ground-Rock Wish Cave, Joyous Tower, Purity Forest, Magma Cavern, Southern Cavern
Rhyperior Ground-Rock Evolve Rhydon, Mystery House
Kangaskhan Normal Joyous Tower
Tauros Normal Wish Cave, Joyous Tower, Great Canyon, Purity Forest
Phanpy Ground Marvelous Sea, Southern Cavern, Great Canyon, Fantasy Strait
Donphan Ground Southern Cavern
Miltank Normal Purity Forest

Thunder Crag camp Pokémon

The Thunder Crag Rescue Team Camp is one of the cheaper camps, only costing 600 Poké. A total of 12 Pokémon species can stay at the Thunder Crag camp, most of which are electric-type Pokémon.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Sentret Normal Oddity Cave, Purity Forest, Sinister Woods, Fantasy Strait, Marvelous Sea, Remains Island
Furret Normal Purity Forest, Frosty Forest
Mareep Electric Lightning Field
Flaaffy Electric Lightning Field, Fantasy Strait, Remains Island, Marvelous Sea
Ampharos Electric Lightning Field, Purity Forest, Buried Relic, Sinister Woods (Strong Foe)
Electrike Electric Wish Cave, Lightning Field, Mt. Thunder, Purity Forest
Manectric Electric Joyous Tower, Wish Cave, Mt. Thunder, Purity Forest, Lightning Field
Plusle Electric Thunderwave Cave, Purity Forest, Joyous Tower, Lightning Field
Minun Electric Thunderwave Cave, Purity Forest, Joyous Tower, Lightning Field
Castform Normal Wish Cave, Purity Forest, Mt. Faraway, Murky Cave
Chingling Psychic Remains Island
Chimecho Psychic Solar Cave, Mt. Freeze, Western Cave

Ancient Relic camp Pokémon

The Ancient Relic Team Camp is one of the cheaper camps, only costing 700 Poké. A total of six Pokémon species can stay at the Ancient Relic camp, three of which are the original Regis from Generation III.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Aerodactyl Rock-Flying Buried Relic, Joyous Tower, Sky Tower, Purity Forest, Pitfall Valley
Baltoy Ground-Psychic Wish Cave, Purity Forest, Southern Cave, Mt. Steel, Desert Region
Claydol Ground-Psychic Wish Cave, Joyous Tower, Purity Forest, Sky Tower, Solar Cave, Western Tower
Regirock Rock Buried Relic (Legendary Encounter)
Regice Ice Buried Relic (Legendary Encounter)
Registeel Steel Buried Relic (Legendary Encounter)

Boulder Cave camp Pokémon

The Boulder Cave Rescue Team Camp is one of the cheaper camps, only costing 700 Poké. A total of 4 Pokémon species can stay at the Boulder Cave camp, all of which are ground-type Pokémon.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Diglett Ground Joyous Tower, Southern Cavern
Dugtrio Ground Joyous Tower, Southern Cavern, Wish Cave, Purity Forest
Onix Rock-Ground Oddity Cave, Magma Cavern, Southern Cavern
Steelix Steel-Ground Mt. Faraway, Magma Cavern

Magnetic Quarry camp Pokémon

The Magnetic Quarry Rescue Team Camp is one of the cheaper camps, only costing 700 Poké. A total of 3 Pokémon species can stay at the Magnetic Quarry camp, all of which are of the Metagross evolution chain.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Beldum Steel-Psychic Joyous Tower, Purity Forest, Wish Cave, Solar Cave, Western Cave, Mt. Steel
Metang Steel-Psychic Joyous Tower, Purity Forest, Wish Cave, Solar Cave, Western Cave, Frosty Forest
Metagross Steel-Psychic Joyous Tower, Purity Forest, Wish Cave, Sky Tower, Silent Chasm (Strong Foe)

Mt. Cleft camp Pokémon

The Mt. Cleft Rescue Team Camp is one of the cheaper camps, only costing 700 Poké. A total of nine Pokémon species can stay at the Mt. Cleft camp, featuring the likes of Charizard, Tyranitar, and Aggron.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Charmander Fire Fiery Field
Charmeleon Fire Fiery Field
Charizard Fire-Flying Mt. Faraway
Larvitar Rock-Ground Fantasy Strait, Southern Cavern
Pupitar Rock-Ground Southern Cavern, Purity Forest, Mt. Freeze, Buried Relic, Joyous Tower
Tyranitar Rock-Dark Mt. Faraway
Aron Steel-Rock Wish Cave, Purity Forest, Mt. Steel, Buried Relic
Lairon Steel-Rock Wish Cave, Purity Forest, Joyous Tower, Frosty Forest
Aggron Steel-Rock Evolve Lairon, Mystery House

Mt. Discipline camp Pokémon

The Mt. Discipline Rescue Team Camp is one of the cheaper camps, only costing 700 Poké. A total of 13 Pokémon species can stay at the Mt. Discipline camp, all of which are fighting-type Pokémon.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Machop Fighting Wish Cave, Buried Relic
Machoke Fighting Fiery Field, Buried Relic
Machamp Fighting Mt. Faraway, Buried Relic
Tyrogue Fighting Wish Cave, Purity Forest, Buried Relic, Fantasy Strait, Marvelous Sea, Mt. Steel
Hitmonlee Fighting Wish Cave, Purity Forest, Buried Relic, Remains Island, Oddity Cave, Fantasy Strait, Marvelous Sea
Hitmonchan Fighting Wish Cave, Purity Forest, Buried Relic
Hitmontop Fighting Wish Cave, Desert Region, Buried Relic
Makuhita Fighting Fantasy Strait, Buried Relic
Hariyama Fighting Mt. Faraway
Meditite Fighting-Psychic Wish Cave, Solar Cave, Mt. Steel, Purity Forest, Western Cave, Buried Relic
Medicham Fighting-Psychic Wish Cave, Solar Cave, Western Cave, Buried Relic
Riolu Fighting Mystery House
Lucario Fighting-Steel Evolve Riolu

Mt. Green camp Pokémon

The Mt. Green Rescue Team Camp is one of the cheaper camps, only costing 700 Poké. A total of 13 Pokémon species can stay at the Mt. Green camp, most of which are ground-type Pokémon.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Geodude Rock-Ground Mt. Steel, Buried Relic, Purity Forest, Southern Cavern, Wish Cave
Graveler Rock-Ground Fantasy Strait, Marvelous Sea, Remains Island, Magma Cavern, Southern Cavern, Buried Relic, Joyous Tower, Wish Cave
Golem Rock-Ground Purity Forest, Joyous Tower, Magma Cavern, Southern Cavern, Wish Cave, Buried Relic, Mt. Faraway
Cubone Ground Southern Cavern
Marowak Ground Southern Cavern
Gligar Ground-Flying Joyous Tower, Wish Cave, Southern Cavern, Mt. Thunder, Purity Forest, Desert Region
Gliscor Ground-Flying Evolve Gligar, Mystery House
Shuckle Bug-Rock Marvelous Sea, Fantasy Strait, Purity Forest
Teddiursa Normal Illusory Grotto, Silent Chasm, Fantasy Strait, Joyous Tower, Marvelous Sea, Purity Forest
Ursaring Normal Fiery Field
Spoink Psychic Western Cave, Howling Forest, Solar Cave
Grumpig Psychic Western Cave, Howling Forest, Solar Cave
Spinda Normal Western Cave, Frosty Forest (Strong Foe)

Overgrown Forest camp Pokémon

The Overgrown Forest Rescue Team Camp is one of the cheaper camps, only costing 700 Poké. A total of ten Pokémon species can stay at the Overgrown Forest camp, featuring the likes of Scizor, Treecko, and Kecleon.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Scyther Bug-Steel Joyous Tower, Purity Forest, Pitfall Valley, Sinister Woods
Scizor Bug-Steel Wish Cave, Joyous Tower, Sky Tower, Purity Forest
Pinsir Bug Marvelous Sea, Joyous Tower, Mt. Steel, Oddity Cave, Fantasy Strait
Bonsly Rock Remains Island, Sinister Woods
Sudowoodo Rock Illusory Grotto, Sinister Woods, Purity Forest, Desert Region (Strong Foe)
Heracross Bug-Fighting Buried Relic, Purity Forest, Fantasy Strait, Great Canyon, Joyous Tower, Marvelous Sea
Treecko Grass Joyous Tower
Grovyle Grass Evolve Treecko, Mystery House
Sceptile Grass Evolve Grovyle, Mystery House
Kecleon Normal Joyous Tower

Ravaged Field camp Pokémon

The Ravaged Field Rescue Team Camp is one of the cheaper camps, only costing 700 Poké. A total of five Pokémon species can stay at the Ravaged Field camp.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Spearow Normal-Flying Purity Forest, Mt. Steel, Pitfall Valley
Fearow Normal-Flying Purity Forest, Northern Range, Mt. Blaze, Joyous Tower
Skarmory Steel-Flying Purity Forest, Mt. Faraway
Houndour Dark-Fire Silent Chasm, Joyous Tower, Illusory Grotto, Howling Forest
Houndoom Dark-Fire Howling Forest, Great Canyon, Joyous Tower

Scorched Plains camp Pokémon

The Scorched Plains Rescue Team Camp is one of the cheaper camps, only costing 700 Poké. A total of ten Pokémon species can stay at the Scorched Plains camp, all of which are fire-type Pokémon, which includes Cyndaquil and Torchic.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Growlithe Fire Buried Relic, Mt. Thunder, Purity Forest, Mt. Faraway
Arcanine Fire Mt. Blaze, Purity Forest, Mt. Faraway
Ponyta Fire Oddity Cave, Marvelous Sea, Remains Island, Joyous Tower, Fantasy Strait, Purity Forest
Rapidash Fire Fiery Field, Mt. Blaze, Purity Forest, Joyous Tower, Mt. Steel (Strong Foe)
Cyndaquil Fire Joyous Tower
Quilava Fire Fiery Field
Typhlosion Fire Murky Cave, Mt. Faraway
Torchic Fire Joyous Tower
Combusken Fire-Fighting Fiery Field
Blaziken Fire-Fighting Mt. Faraway

Darkness Ridge camp Pokémon

The Darkness Ridge Rescue Team Camp is one of the cheaper camps, only costing 800 Poké. A total of 16 Pokémon species can stay at the Darkness Ridge camp, many of which are ghost-type Pokémon.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Vulpix Fire Fiery Field
Ninetales Fire Mt. Faraway, Northern Range (Strong Foe)
Gastly Ghost-Poison Oddity Cave, Buried Relic, Darknight Relic, Fantasy Strait, Remains Island, Marvelous Sea
Haunter Ghost-Poison Buried Relic, Darknight Relic
Gengar Ghost-Poison Darknight Relic
Misdreavus Ghost Darknight Relic, Marvelous Sea, Remains Island, Fantasy Strait
Mismagius Ghost Evolve Misdreavus, Mystery House
Sneasel Dark-Ice Buried Relic
Weavile Dark-Ice Marvelous Sea
Sableye Dark-Ghost Darknight Relic
Shuppet Ghost Darknight Relic, Sky Tower, Purity Forest, Wish Cave, Joyous Tower
Banette Ghost Darknight Relic
Duskull Ghost Darknight Relic, Sky Tower
Dusclops Ghost Wish Cave, Sky Tower, Desert Region, Purity Forest, Joyous Tower
Dusknoir Ghost Evolve Dusclops, Mystery House
Absol Dark Mt. Faraway

Frigid Cavern camp Pokémon

The Frigid Cavern Rescue Team Camp is one of the cheaper camps, only costing 800 Poké. A total of nine Pokémon species can stay at the Frigid Cavern camp, all of which are ice-type Pokémon.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Smoochum Ice-Psychic Buried Relic, Fantasy Strait, Joyous Tower, Marvelous Sea
Jynx Ice-Psychic Northwind Field, Solar Cave, Western Cave
Swinub Ice-Ground Wish Cave, Purity Forest, Sinister Woods, Fantasy Strait, Marvelous Sea
Piloswine Ice-Ground Wish Cave, Frosty Forest, Purity Forest
Mamoswine Ice-Ground Evolve Piloswine, Mystery House
Delibird Ice-Flying Northwind Field, Fantasy Strait, Marvelous Sea
Snorunt Ice Frosty Forest, Purity Forest, Joyous Tower
Glalie Ice Mt. Faraway, Mt. Freeze, Purity Forest, Joyous Tower
Froslass Ice-Ghost Evolve Snorunt, Mystery House

Mushroom Forest camp Pokémon

The Mushroom Forest Rescue Team Camp is one of the cheaper camps, only costing 800 Poké. A total of seven Pokémon species can stay at the Mushroom Forest camp, all of which are grass-type Pokémon.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Paras Bug-Grass Silent Chasm, Remains Island, Fantasy Strait, Oddity Cave, Illusory Grotto, Marvelous Sea
Parasect Bug-Grass Purity Forest
Seedot Grass Southern Cavern, Uproar Forest, Fantasy Strait
Nuzleaf Grass-Dark Uproar Forest
Shiftry Grass-Dark Northwind Field, Buried Relic
Shroomish Grass Sinister Woods, Purity Forest, Fantasy Strait, Joyous Tower
Breloom Grass-Fighting Great Canyon, Purity Forest, Joyous Tower

Vibrant Forest camp Pokémon

The Vibrant Forest Rescue Team Camp is one of the cheaper camps, only costing 800 Poké. A total of 17 Pokémon species can stay at the Vibrant Forest camp, most of which are normal-type Pokémon, as well as starters Pikachu and Skitty.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Pichu Electric Joyous Tower
Pikachu Electric Lightning Field
Raichu Electric Lightning Field
Meowth Normal Wish Cave
Persian Normal Joyous Tower
Mankey Fighting Uproar Forest
Primeape Fighting Evolve Mankey, Mystery House
Munchlax Normal Remains Island
Snorlax Normal Evolve Munchlax, Mystery House
Aipom Normal Uproar Forest, Marvelous Sea, Fantasy Strait, Remains Island, Solar Cave (Strong Foe)
Ambipom Normal Great Canyon (Strong Foe)
Stantler Normal Mt. Thunder, Marvelous Sea, Fantasy Strait, Joyous Tower, Purity Forest
Slakoth Normal Sinister Woods, Purity Forest, Joyous Tower, Fantasy Strait
Vigoroth Normal Mt. Freeze
Slaking Normal Mt. Freeze, Purity Forest, Joyous Tower
Skitty Normal Joyous Tower
Delcatty Normal Northwind Field

Secretive Forest camp Pokémon

The Secretive Forest Rescue Team Camp is one of the cheaper camps, only costing 900 Poké. A total of nine Pokémon species can stay at the Secretive Forest camp, all of which are bug-type Pokémon.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Venonat Bug-Poison Uproar Forest
Venomoth Bug-Poison Purity Forest, Sky Tower
Spinarak Bug-Poison Northern Range, Silent Chasm, Joyous Tower, Wish Cave, Purity Forest
Ariados Bug-Poison Great Canyon, Wish Cave, Southern Cavern, Purity Forest, Joyous Tower
Pineco Bug Mt. Freeze, Joyous Tower, Marvelous Sea, Wish Cave, Purity Forest, Fantasy Strait
Forretress Bug-Steel Sky Tower, Purity Forest, Wish Cave, Joyous Tower
Nincada Bug-Ground Wish Cave, Fantasy Strait, Joyous Tower, Purity Forest
Ninjask Bug-Flying Northern Range
Shedinja Bug-Ghost Darknight Relic, Desert Region, Fantasy Strait, Buried Relic

Tadpole Pond camp Pokémon

The Tadpole Pond Rescue Team Camp is one of the cheaper camps, only costing 900 Poké. A total of nine Pokémon species can stay at the Tadpole Pond camp, most of which are water-type Pokémon.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Poliwag Water Silent Chasm, Waterfall Pond, Marvelous Sea, Fantasy Strait, Northwind Field, Purity Forest, Murky Cave, Oddity Cave, Remains Island
Poliwhirl Water Waterfall Pond, Murky Cave, Northwind Field
Poliwrath Water-Fighting Waterfall Pond, Murky Cave, Northwind Field
Politoed Water Northwind Field
Lotad Water-Grass Murky Cave, Waterfall Pond
Lombre Water-Grass Murky Cave, Waterfall Pond
Ludicolo Water-Grass Evolve Lombre, Mystery House
Surskit Bug-Water Murky Cave, Waterfall Pond, Fantasy Strait
Masquerain Bug-Flying Murky Cave, Waterfall Pond, Sky Tower, Pitfall Valley, Purity Forest, Joyous Tower

Withering Desert camp Pokémon

The Withering Desert Rescue Team Camp is one of the cheaper camps, only costing 900 Poké. A total of seven Pokémon species can stay at the Withering Desert camp, most of which are ground-type Pokémon.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Sandshrew Ground Magma Cavern, Buried Relic, Desert Region, Joyous Tower
Sandslash Ground Magma Cavern, Desert Region, Joyous Tower
Trapinch Ground Silent Chasm, Desert Region, Illusory Grotto, Wish Cave, Purity Forest, Joyous Tower
Vibrava Ground-Dragon Wyvern Hill, Southern Cavern
Flygon Ground-Dragon Wyvern Hill, Southern Cavern, Sky Tower, Purity Forest, Wish Cave, Joyous Tower
Cacnea Grass Mt. Freeze, Mt. Thunder, Purity Forest, Joyous Tower
Cacturne Grass-Dark Lightning Field, Great Canyon, Purity Forest

Mystic Lake camp Pokémon

The Mystic Lake Rescue Team Camp is one of the more expensive camps, costing 2500 Poké. A total of four Pokémon species can stay at the Mystic Lake camp, including Lapras and Dragonite.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Lapras Water-Ice Far-Off Sea
Dratini Dragon Far-Off Sea, Wyvern Hill, Silver Trench
Dragonair Dragon Wyvern Hill
Dragonite Dragon-Flying Grand Sea, Mt. Thunder (Strong Foe)

Beau Plains camp Pokémon

The Beau Plains Rescue Team Camp is one of the more expensive camps, costing 2700 Poké. A total of 14 Pokémon species can stay at the Beau Plains camp, including starters Bulbasaur and Chikortia.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Bulbasaur Grass-Poison Joyous Tower
Ivysaur Grass-Poison Evolve Bulbasaur, Mystery House
Venusaur Grass-Poison Evolve Ivysaur, Mystery House
Chikorita Grass Joyous Tower
Bayleef Grass Evolve Chikorita, Mystery House
Meganium Grass Evolve Bayleef, Mystery House
Hoppip Grass-Flying Purity Forest, Pitfall Valley, Fantasy Strait, Remains Island, Marvelous Sea
Skiploom Grass-Flying Purity Forest, Pitfall Valley, Great Canyon, Joyous Tower, Fantasy Strait, Remains Island, Marvelous Sea
Jumpluff Grass-Flying Northern Range, Wyvern Hill
Tailow Normal-Flying Fantasy Strait, Pitfall Valley
Swellow Normal-Flying Northern Range
Budew Grass-Poison Purity Forest
Roselia Grass-Poison Uproar Forest
Roserade Grass-Poison Evolve Roselia, Mystery House

Echo Cave camp Pokémon

The Echo Cave Rescue Team Camp is one of the more expensive camps, costing 2700 Poké. A total of 12 Pokémon species can stay at the Echo Cave camp.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Zubat Poison-Flying Oddity Cave, Lapis Cave, Buried Relic, Illusory Grotto, Remains Island, Fantasy Strait, Marvelous Sea
Golbat Poison-Flying Lapis Cave, Buried Relic, Illusory Grotto, Wish Cave
Crobat Poison-Flying Northwind Field, Magma Cavern
Wynaut Psychic Western Cave, Buried Relic, Solar Cave
Wobbuffet Psychic Western Cave, Buried Relic, Solar Cave, Darknight Relic (Strong Foe)
Dunsparce Normal Wish Cave, Great Canyon, Marvelous Sea, Fantasy Strait, Joyous Tower
Whismur Normal Howling Forest, Buried Relic, Fantasy Strait
Loudred Normal Howling Forest
Exploud Normal Evolve Loudred, Mystery House
Nosepass Rock Desert Region, Frosty Forest, Fantasy Strait
Probopass Rock-Steel Evolve Nosepass, Mystery House
Mawile Steel-Fairy Buried Relic, Magma Cavern

Dragon Cave camp Pokémon

The Dragon Cave Rescue Team Camp is one of the more expensive camps, costing 3000 Poké. A total of three Pokémon species can stay at the Dragon Cave camp, all of which are from the Salamence evolution line.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Bagon Dragon Wyvern Hill, Lapis Cave, Joyous Tower, Wish Cave, Purity Forest
Shelgon Dragon Wyvern Hill, Joyous Tower, Wish Cave, Purity Forest, Mt. Freeze
Salamence Dragon-Flying Wyvern Hill, Sky Tower, Wish Cave, Purity Forest, Joyous Tower

Rub-a-Dub River camp Pokémon

The Rub-a-Dub River Rescue Team Camp is one of the more expensive camps, costing 3000 Poké. A total of seven Pokémon species can stay at the Mystic Lake camp, including the starter Pokémon Totodile.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Goldeen Water Murky Cave, Waterfall Pond
Seaking Water Evolve Goldeen, Mystery House
Totodile Water Wyvern Hill, Waterfall Pond
Crocnaw Water Northwind Field
Feraligatr Water Mt. Faraway
Volbeat Bug Northwind Field
Illumise Bug Lapis Cave, Purity Forest, Wish Cave

Crater camp Pokémon

The Crater Rescue Team Camp is one of the more expensive camps, costing 5000 Poké. A total of eight Pokémon species can stay at the Mystic Lake camp, all of which are fire-type Pokémon.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Magby Fire Mt. Blaze, Wish Cave, Joyous Tower, Fiery Field, Fantasy Strait, Purity Forest
Magmar Fire Fiery Field, Wish Cave, Magma Cavern, Purity Forest, Joyous Tower, Marvelous Sea, Remains Island, Fantasy Strait
Magmortar Fire Evolve Magmar, Mystery House
Slugma Fire Fiery Field, Mt. Blaze
Magcargo Fire-Rock Fiery Field, Mt. Faraway, Magma Cavern, Purity Forest, Wish Cave
Numel Fire-Ground Fiery Field, Mt. Blaze, Purity Forest, Wish Cave
Camerupt Fire-Ground Fiery Field, Joyous Tower, Wish Cave, Purity Forest
Torkoal Fire Fiery Field, Mt. Blaze, Joyous Tower, Wish Cave, Purity Forest

Decrepit Lab camp Pokémon

The Decrepit Lab Rescue Team Camp is one of the more expensive camps, costing 6000 Poké. A total of nine Pokémon species can stay at the Decrepit Lab camp, including Alakazam and Ditto.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Abra Psychic Solar Cave, Buried Relic, Western Cave, Wish Cave
Kadabra Psychic Solar Cave, Buried Relic, Western Cave, Wish Cave
Alakazam Psychic Mt. Faraway
Mime Jr. Psychic-Fairy Wish Cave, Mt. Steel
Mr. Mime Psychic-Fairy Solar Cave, Buried Relic, Western Cave, Oddity Cave, Fantasy Strait, Remains Island, Marvelous Sea
Ditto Normal Frosty Forest, Fiery Field, Unown Relic, Joyous Tower, Wish Cave, Buried Relic (Strong Foe)
Porygon Normal Buried Relic
Porygon2 Normal Buried Relic, Purity Forest, Wish Cave, Joyous Tower
Porygon-Z Normal Evolve Porygon2, Mystery House

Ice Floe Beach camp Pokémon

The Ice Floe Beach Rescue Team Camp is one of the more expensive camps, costing 6000 Poké. A total of five Pokémon species can stay at the Ice Floe Beach camp, all of which are water and ice-type Pokémon.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Seel Water Mt. Freeze, Stormy Sea, Oddity Cave, Far-Off Sea, Silver Trench, Marvelous Sea, Remains Island, Fantasy Strait
Dewgong Water-Ice Silver Trench, Far-Off Sea
Spheal Ice-Water Stormy Sea, Silver Trench, Far-Off Sea
Sealeo Ice-Water Stormy Sea, Silver Trench, Far-Off Sea
Walrein Ice-Water Silver Trench, Far-Off Sea

Turtleshell Pond camp Pokémon

The Turtleshell Pond Rescue Team Camp is one of the more expensive camps, costing 6000 Poké. A total of ten Pokémon species can stay at the Turtleshell Pond camp, including starter Pokémon Squirtle and Psyduck.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Squirtle Water Murky Cave, Waterfall Pond
Wartortle Water Northwind Field
Blastoise Water Mt. Faraway
Psyduck Water Joyous Tower
Golduck Water Northwind Field
Azurill Normal-Fairy Frosty Forest, Fantasy Strait
Marill Water-Fairy Marvelous Sea, Remains Island, Fantasy Strait, Purity Forest
Azumarill Water-Fairy Joyous Tower, Northwind Field, Mt. Blaze (Strong Foe)
Corphish Water Murky Cave, Waterfall Pond
Crawdaunt Water-Dark Northwind Field

Mt. Moonview camp Pokémon

The Mt. Moonview Rescue Team Camp is one of the more expensive camps, costing 7000 Poké. A total of six Pokémon species can stay at the Mt. Moonview camp, including Jirachi.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Cleffa Fairy Purity Forest, Wish Cave
Clefairy Fairy Purity Forest, Oddity Cave, Joyous Tower, Fantasy Strait, Remains Island, Marvelous Sea
Clefable Fairy Joyous Tower
Lunatone Rock-Psychic Solar Cave, Sky Tower, Joyous Tower, Western Cave
Solrock Rock-Psychic Wish Cave, Purity Forest, Sky Tower
Jirachi Steel-Psychic Wish Cave (Legendary Encounter)

Poison Swamp camp Pokémon

The Poison Swamp Rescue Team Camp is one of the more expensive camps, costing 7000 Poké. A total of six Pokémon species can stay at the Poison Swamp camp, all of which are poison-type Pokémon.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Grimer Poison Far-Off Sea, Wish Cave, Purity Forest, Oddity Cave, Marvelous Sea, Fantasy Strait, Remains Island, Silver Trench, Joyous Tower, Stormy Sea, Magma Cavern
Muk Poison Silver Trench, Far-Off Sea
Koffing Poison Magma Cavern, Purity Forest, Wish Cave, Joyous Tower
Weezing Poison Purity Forest, Sky Tower, Joyous Tower, Wish Tower
Gulpin Poison Buried Relic
Swalot Poison Evolve Gulpin, Mystery House

Aged Chamber A-N camp Pokémon

The Aged Chamber A-N Rescue Team Camp is one of the most expensive camps, costing 9000 Poké. A total of 14 different-looking Pokémon of the same species, Unown, can stay at the Aged Chamber A-N camp.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Unown (A) Psychic Unown Relic
Unown (B) Psychic Unown Relic
Unown (C) Psychic Unown Relic
Unown (D) Psychic Unown Relic
Unown (E) Psychic Unown Relic
Unown (F) Psychic Unown Relic
Unown (G) Psychic Unown Relic
Unown (H) Psychic Unown Relic
Unown (I) Psychic Unown Relic
Unown (J) Psychic Unown Relic
Unown (K) Psychic Unown Relic
Unown (L) Psychic Unown Relic
Unown (M) Psychic Unown Relic
Unown (N) Psychic Unown Relic

Aged Chamber O-? camp Pokémon

The Aged Chamber O-? Rescue Team Camp is one of the most expensive camps, costing 9000 Poké. A total of 14 different-looking Pokémon of the same species, Unown, can stay at the Aged Chamber O-? camp.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Unown (O) Psychic Unown Relic
Unown (P) Psychic Unown Relic
Unown (Q) Psychic Unown Relic
Unown (R) Psychic Unown Relic
Unown (S) Psychic Unown Relic
Unown (T) Psychic Unown Relic
Unown (U) Psychic Unown Relic
Unown (V) Psychic Unown Relic
Unown (W) Psychic Unown Relic
Unown (X) Psychic Unown Relic
Unown (Y) Psychic Unown Relic
Unown (Z) Psychic Unown Relic
Unown (!) Psychic Unown Relic
Unown (?) Psychic Unown Relic

Bountiful Sea camp Pokémon

The Bountiful Sea Rescue Team Camp is one of the most expensive camps, costing 9000 Poké. A total of nine Pokémon species can stay at the Bountiful Sea camp, all of which are water-type Pokémon.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Tentacool Water-Poison Stormy Sea, Grand Sea, Silver Trench
Tentacruel Water-Poison Stormy Sea, Grand Sea, Silver Trench
Slowpoke Water-Psychic Stormy Sea, Grand Sea, Silver Trench, Far-Off Sea
Slowbro Water-Psychic Far-Off Sea, Grand Sea, Silver Trench
Slowking Water-Psychic Far-Off Sea, Silver Trench
Shellder Water Stormy Sea, Remains Island, Fantasy Strait Far-Off Sea, Silver Trench, Marvelous Sea
Cloyster Water-Ice Silver Trench
Staryu Water Silver Trench, Grand Sea
Starmie Water-Psychic Silver Trench, Far-Off Sea, Stormy Sea, Grand Sea (Strong Foe)

Deepsea Floor camp Pokémon

The Deepsea Floor Rescue Team Camp is one of the most expensive camps, costing 9000 Poké. A total of 12 Pokémon species can stay at the Deepsea Floor camp.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Omanyte Rock-Water Stormy Sea, Silver Trench, Far-Off Sea
Omastar Rock-Water Stormy Sea, Silver Trench, Far-Off Sea
Kabuto Rock-Water Silver Trench, Grand Sea
Kabutops Rock-Water Stormy Sea, Silver Trench, Grand Sea
Chinchou Water-Electric Silver Trench
Lanturn Water-Electric Silver Trench
Lileep Rock-Grass Silver Trench
Cradily Rock-Grass Silver Trench
Clamperl Water Silver Trench, Far-Off Sea
Huntail Water Silver Trench
Gorebyss Water Silver Trench
Relicanth Water-Rock Silver Trench

Evolution Forest camp Pokémon

The Evolution Forest Rescue Team Camp is one of the most expensive camps, costing 9000 Poké. A total of nine Pokémon species can stay at the Evolution Forest camp, all of which are Eevee and its evolutions.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Eevee Normal Joyous Tower
Vaporeon Water Grand Sea, Northwind Field, Far-Off Sea, Silver Trench
Jolteon Electric Lightning Field
Flareon Fire Fiery Field
Espeon Psychic Murky Cave, Remains Island (Strong Foe)
Umbreon Dark Evolve Eevee, Mystery House
Leafeon Grass Evolve Eevee, Mystery House
Glaceon Ice Evolve Eevee, Mystery House
Sylveon Fairy Evolve Eevee, Mystery House

Gourd Swamp camp Pokémon

The Gourd Swamp Rescue Team Camp is one of the most expensive camps, costing 9000 Poké. A total of seven Pokémon species can stay at the Gourd Swamp camp, including the starter Pokémon Mudkip.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Wooper Water-Ground Waterfall Pond, Murky Cave, Marvelous Sea, Remains Island, Fantasy Strait
Quagsire Water-Ground Waterfall Pond
Mudkip Water Murky Cave, Waterfall Pond
Marshtomp Water-Ground Murky Cave, Waterfall Pond
Swampert Water-Ground Mt. Faraway
Barboach Water-Ground Murky Cave, Waterfall Pond
Whiscash Water-Ground Murky Cave, Waterfall Pond

Serene Sea camp Pokémon

The Serene Sea Rescue Team Camp is one of the most expensive camps, costing 9000 Poké. A total of five Pokémon species can stay at the Serene Sea camp, all of which are water-type Pokémon.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Qwilfish Water-Poison Silver Trench, Grand Sea, Fantasy Strait, Marvelous Sea
Mantyke Water-Flying Grand Sea
Mantine Water-Flying Grand Sea
Wailmer Water Silver Trench, Far-Off Sea
Wailord Water Far-Off Sea

Shallow Beach camp Pokémon

The Shallow Beach Rescue Team Camp is one of the most expensive camps, costing 9000 Poké. A total of five Pokémon species can stay at the Shallow Beach camp, all of which are water-type Pokémon

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Krabby Water Far-Off Sea, Silver Trench, Grand Sea
Kingler Water Far-Off Sea, Silver Trench, Grand Sea
Corsola Water-Rock Silver Trench, Grand Sea, Far-Off Sea (Strong Foe)
Wingull Water-Flying Stormy Sea, Silver Trench, Grand Sea
Pelipper Water-Flying Evolve Wingull, Mystery House

Treasure Sea camp Pokémon

The Treasure Sea Rescue Team Camp is one of the most expensive camps, costing 9000 Poké. A total of ten Pokémon species can stay at the Treasure Sea camp, most of which are water-type Pokémon.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Horsea Water Silver Trench, Grand Sea
Seadra Water Silver Trench, Grand Sea, Stormy Sea
Kingdra Water-Dragon Silver Trench, Far-Off Sea
Remoraid Water Silver Trench, Grand Sea, Stormy Sea
Octillery Water Silver Trench, Far-Off Sea
Carvanha Water-Dark Silver Trench, Stormy Sea, Far-Off Sea
Sharpedo Water-Dark Silver Trench, Far-Off Sea
Anorith Rock-Bug Silver Trench, Far-Off Sea, Stormy Sea, Grand Sea
Armaldo Rock-Bug Silver Trench, Far-Off Sea, Stormy Sea
Luvdisc Water Silver Trench, Far-Off Sea

Waterfall Lake camp Pokémon

The Waterfall Lake Rescue Team Camp is one of the most expensive camps, costing 9000 Poké. A total of four Pokémon species can stay at the Waterfall Lake camp, including Gyarados.

Pokémon Type Where to Find
Magikarp Water Murky Cave, Waterfall Pond, Marvelous Sea (Strong Foe)
Gyarados Water-Flying Waterfall Pond (Strong Foe)
Feebas Water Waterfall Pond
Milotic Water Evolve Feebas, Mystery House

Legendary Pokémon camps

With the exception of one of these Rescue Team Camps, you have to recruit certain legendary Pokémon to unlock the legendary camp. As you would assume, each of these Pokémon is found in a Legendary Encounter in the listed locations.

Pokémon Type Where to Find Rescue Team Camp
Articuno Ice-Flying Frosty Forest Legendary Island
Zapdos Electric-Flying Mt. Thunder Legendary Island
Moltres Fire-Flying Mt. Blaze Legendary Island
Mewtwo Psychic Western Cave Cryptic Cave
Mew Psychic Buried Relic Final Island (pay 9000)
Raikou Electric Lightning Field Sacred Field
Entei Fire Fiery Field Sacred Field
Suicune Water Northwind Field Sacred Field
Lugia Psychic-Flying Silver Trench Deepsea Current
Ho-Oh Fire-Flying Mt. Faraway Rainbow Peak
Celebi Psychic-Grass Purity Forest, Mystery House Healing Forest
Latias Dragon-Psychic Pokémon Square (Post-Game) Southern Island
Latios Dragon-Psychic Pokémon Square (Post-Game) Southern Island
Kyogre Water Stormy Sea Seafloor Cave
Groudon Ground Magma Cavern Volcanic Pit
Rayquaza Dragon-Flying Sky Tower Stratos Lookout
Deoxys Psychic Meteor Cave Enclosed Island

With this guide to Rescue Team Camps in Mystery Dungeon DX, you should be able to find any Pokémon that you’re looking to recruit in the game.

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