There is a massive range of items that you can pick up in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX. Of course, the Gummi items are among the most desirable, but the food, berries, Ether, and possibly the Gravelerocks are the most used.
It’s great that there are so many different items to use in dungeons and to power-up Pokémon in Mystery Dungeon DX. However, it can make it challenging to know which items are good, which ones you should hold onto, and what to look out for in the dungeons and shops.
So, in this article, you’ll find sections that contain all of the gummi items, vitamins, belts, bands, scarfs, specs, orbs, seeds, berries, food, tickets, projectiles, and miscellaneous items in the game to help you get a better view of the things that you can find in Rescue Team DX.
All Gummis in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon DX
There are two gummi items in Mystery Dungeon DX, both of which are very powerful. You can use them to level-up your Pokémon’s stats and to give it or change its existing Rare Quality. For some extra help, here’s a comprehensive guide to the Gummi items and Rare Qualities in the game.
Gummi items can be consumed while in a Rescue Team Camp (found by turning left after leaving your house).
|DX Gummi||Eating a DX Gummi guarantees that the Pokémon will gain a Rare Quality as well as see one of its stats (HP, Attack, Special Attack, Defence, Special Defence, Speed) increase.|
|Rainbow Gummi||Eating a Rainbow Gummi will potentially give that Pokémon a Rare Quality as well as see one of its stats (HP, Attack, Special Attack, Defence, Special Defence, Speed) increase.|
All Vitamins in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon DX
Like the Gummi items, vitamins can be used to boost a set stat or move aspect permanently. The other vitamins, the elixir and ether items, are used to restore PP while you’re exploring dungeons.
Vitamin items can be consumed while in a Rescue Team Camp (found by turning left after leaving your house). Select the option ‘Get Stronger’ and then the item of choice.
|Accuracy Drink||Raises the accuracy of one of the Pokémon’s moves permanently.|
|Calcium||Raises a Pokémon’s special attack permanently.|
|Carbos||Raises a Pokémon’s speed permanently.|
|Iron||Raises a Pokémon’s defence permanently.|
|Power Drink||Raises the power of a selected move permanently.|
|PP-Up Drink||Raises the PP of a selected move permanently.|
|Protein||Raises the Pokémon’s attack permanently.|
|Zinc||Raises the Pokémon’s special defence permanently.|
|Max Ether||Completely restores the PP of one of the Pokémon’s moves.|
|Max Elixir||Completely restores the PP of all of the Pokémon’s moves and can also heal the Sealed condition.|
All Clothes in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon DX
The belts, bands, bandannas, bows, ribbons, caps, capes, and scarves available in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX all have the same icon symbol on the ground in dungeons and Kangaskhan Storage.
You can equip each of them to a Pokémon to give it a boost, but you’ll have to choose carefully as each Pokémon only has one held item slot.
To do this, press X while in Pokémon Square or by your house, go to Team Selection, press A on a team, and then Give Items to get one of your Pokémon to use the Clothes item as a held item.
|Big Eater Belt||The holder’s Belly metre fills up twice as much when they eat a food item.|
|Cover Band||If near a teammate with low health, the holder takes the attack instead.|
|Defense Scarf||The holder’s defence stat is boosted.|
|Detect Band||The holder’s evasiveness is boosted.|
|Efficient Bandanna||Sometimes, the holder’s moves won’t cost PP.|
|Explosive Band||The Explosive Band will sometimes explode when the holder sustains damage. The explosion damages nearby Pokémon, destroys nearby floor items, and the holder doesn’t get Exp. if an enemy faints as a result.|
|Fierce Bandanna||The power of the holder’s moves are greatly increased.|
|Friend Bow||If held by your leader, Pokémon that you battle are more likely to want to join your team, and shiny Pokémon will want to join the team too.|
|Heal Ribbon||The holder’s natural health recovery is sped up.|
|Joy Ribbon||The holder can earn Exp. as turns go by, even if the holder doesn’t engage in battle.|
|Lucky Ribbon||Holding a Lucky Ribbon prevents the Pokémon from sustaining critical hits.|
|Mach Ribbon||The holder’s speed is boosted.|
|Mobile Scarf||The holder can step through walls, walk across water, and to other places that normally cannot be reached, but it does empty the Belly metre of the holder faster than usual.|
|Munch Belt||While the holder’s Belly metre empties quicker, the Munch Belt boosts the holder’s attack and special attack.|
|No-Stick Cap||If held by the leader, items in your Toolbox don’t get sticky due to the effect of a trap or anything else.|
|Nullify Bandanna||The Nullify Bandanna stops the holder’s ability from working.|
|Pass Scarf||The holder can deflect moves and pass them on to nearby Pokémon, cutting its Belly metre as a result.|
|Pecha Scarf||The holder cannot sustain the Poisoned or Badly Poisoned status.|
|Persim Band||The holder cannot sustain the Confused status.|
|Phase Ribbon||The holder can walk anywhere and break through most walls, but using this ability will cut the Pokémon’s Belly metre.|
|Pierce Band||Items thrown in a straight line by the Pierce Band holder will pass through Pokémon and walls.|
|Power Band||The holder’s attack is boosted.|
|Prosper Ribbon||If the holder picks up Poké money, the Prosper Ribbon will heal its bad status and restore some health.|
|Recovery Scarf||The holder recovers from bad statuses quicker than usual.|
|Reunion Cape||The holder will be warped to near its teammates if the Pokémon gets separated from the rest of the team.|
|Sneak Scarf||The holder can walk alongside a sleeping Pokémon without waking them up.|
|Special Band||The holder’s special attacked is boosted.|
|Stamina Band||The holder’s Belly metre empties at a slower rate.|
|Tight Belt||The holder’s Belly metre won’t empty unless the Pokémon uses linked moves or passes through walls.|
|Trap Scarf||If a Trap Scarf holder steps on a trap, the trap won’t be triggered.|
|Twist Band||The holder’s stats cannot be lowered while wearing a Twist Band.|
|Warp Scarf||The holder might randomly be warped to somewhere else on the dungeon floor.|
|Weather Band||The holder never endures the effects – negative or positive – of the weather. To a Weather Band holder, it’s as if it’s always clear skies.|
|Zinc Band||The holder’s special defence is boosted.|
All Specs in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon DX
Like the clothing items listed above, the Specs in Mystery Dungeon DX are held items that either boost the holder’s stats or grant them special perks while in dungeons.
To get your Pokémon to hold one of these items, press X while in Pokémon Square or by your house, go to Team Selection, press A on a team, and then Give Items to get one of your Pokémon to use it as a held item.
|Fickle Specs||The holder’s critical hit rate is boosted when they use a different move than the move they used in the previous turn.|
|Goggle Specs||The holder can see all traps that have been set in the dungeon.|
|Heavy Rotation Specs||The holder’s critical hit rate is boosted when the Pokémon uses the same move that they used in the previous turn.|
|Insomniscope||The holder cannot get the conditions Nightmare, Sleep, or Yawning.|
|Lock-On Specs||When the holder throws an item, it never misses its target.|
|Scope Lens||The holder’s critical hit rate is boosted for moves used against enemies.|
|X-Ray Specs||The holder can see the locations of Pokémon and items on the map.|
All Orbs in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon DX
Orbs boast many benefits in Rescue Team DX, ranging from giving you a quick escape from the dungeon to granting you access to Wigglytuff’s Camp Corner while exploring a dungeon.
To use an Orb, all you have to do is go into your Toolbox – while in a dungeon – and then select the orb that you wish to deploy.
|All Dodge Orb||Sharply boosts the evasiveness of your team while you remain on the same floor.|
|All Power-Up Orb||Sharply boosts the attack and special attack of your team while you remain on the same floor.|
|All Protect Orb||Your whole team gets the Protect condition, with it lasting longer if your team is bigger.|
|Bank Orb||Grants access to the Felicity Bank.|
|Cleanse Orb||Cleans sticky items in your Toolbox.|
|Decoy Orb||Makes the user a decoy, drawing focus and attacks from enemies.|
|Drought Orb||Makes it possible for you to walk on water or lava paths by drying it up.|
|Escape Orb||Gets you out of the dungeon with all of the items that you’ve picked up.|
|Evasion Orb||Boosts the user’s evasiveness while you remain on the same floor.|
|Foe-Hold Orb||Petrifies all enemies on the floor until they sustain damage.|
|Foe-Seal Orb||All enemies in the same room become Lethargic and unable to do anything.|
|Hail Orb||Changes the floor’s weather to hail.|
|Health Orb||Your team becomes healthy once you use a Health Orb, resetting lowered stats and removing bad statuses.|
|Helper Orb||Another rescue team member that you didn’t take on the mission will come to help you on that floor.|
|Inviting Orb||On the floor that it’s used, defeated enemy Pokémon are more likely to want to join your team.|
|Lasso Orb||Puts all enemies within the same room into one place, giving them the Stuck condition for a short period of time.|
|Luminous Orb||Reveals the entire floor map, including the location of the stairs.|
|Mobile Orb||Your team gets the Mobile condition, enabling them to walk anywhere on the floor that you wish.|
|Monster Orb||Changes the room into a Monster House, but doesn’t work on a floor that already has a Shop or Monster House.|
|Nullify Orb||Across the entire floor, all enemy abilities are nullified.|
|One-Room Orb||Transforms the floor into one big room by destroying all of the walls.|
|One-Shot Orb||While it will sometimes miss, if it lands, the One-Shot Orb will defeat all enemies in the same room with a single shot. It’s particularly potent in a Monster House.|
|Petrify Orb||All enemies in the same room get the Petrified condition.|
|Quick Orb||Increases the travel speed of your team.|
|Radar Orb||Reveals the location of all of the Pokémon on the same floor.|
|Rainy Orb||Changes the floor’s weather to rain.|
|Rare Quality Orb||Makes Pokémon with a Rare Quality (on the same floor that you use the orb) more likely to want to join your team.|
|Reset Orb||Any Pokémon (friend or foe) with the Awakened condition on the floor shed the condition.|
|Revive All Orb||All of your team members that have fainted are revived. However, when you move to the next floor, you’ll only be able to revive your primary starter Pokémon.|
|Roll Call Orb||All team members move to the user.|
|Sandy Orb||The floor’s weather changes to sandstorms.|
|Scanner Orb||All item locations on the floor are revealed.|
|See-Trap Orb||All traps that are hidden on the floor are revealed.|
|Slow Orb||All enemies move slower in the room of use.|
|Slumber Orb||All enemies in the same room get the Sleep condition.|
|Spurn Orb||All enemies in the same room are warped to elsewhere on the floor.|
|Storage Orb||You can access Kangaskhan Storage to store items from your Toolbox.|
|Sunny Orb||Changes the floor’s weather to sunny.|
|Totter Orb||All enemies in the same room get the Confused condition.|
|Trapbust Orb||All traps on the floor are destroyed.|
|Trawl Orb||All items – bar those in a Shop – are drawn to the user of the Trawl Orb.|
|Weather Lock Orb||The Clear Skies weather condition is locked in place – stopping any other weather types from coming into play.|
|Wigglytuff Orb||Grants you access to Wigglytuff’s Camp Corner while you’re in a dungeon.|
All Seeds in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon DX
You’ll find that of all of the items in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX, the Reviver Seed and Tiny Reviver Seed are among the most important. Before embarking on any set of jobs in the game, it’s best to have a few of these seeds in your Toolbox.
To use a Seed in Mystery Dungeon DX, all you have to do is enter your Toolbox (while in a dungeon) and then select the item that you want to use. If one of your Pokémon faints, an automatic prompt will appear for you to use a Reviver Seed or Tiny Reviver Seed to revive the Pokémon.
|Ban Seed||Eating a Ban Seed disables the last move that the Pokémon used. During the adventure, no other Pokémon will be able to use that move either.|
|Blast Seed||You can either throw a Blast Seed to deal some damage or eat it to deal a massive amount of damage one tile in front of the Pokémon.|
|Blinker Seed||Throwing a Blinker Seed at a Pokémon will give them the Blinker condition if it hits.|
|Decoy Seed||While in your Toolbox, the Decoy Seed will be the first item targeted by hazards like Sticky Trap or moves like Pluck. You can also throw a Decoy Seed at a Pokémon to give them the Infatuated condition.|
|Doom Seed||By throwing the seed and hitting an enemy with it, you can lower its level by one.|
|Empowerment Seed||Eating an Empowerment Seed will awaken the user, make them very strong, and can trigger a Mega Evolution when used in the right place.|
|Energy Seed||This seed increases your max health during the adventure at hand and restores a lot of health.|
|Eye Drop Seed||Eating this seed gives the Pokémon the Eye Drop condition, which allows you to see traps.|
|Heal Seed||Heals most bad status conditions.|
|Joy Seed||Raises the Pokémon’s level by one.|
|Life Seed||Permanently raises your maximum health slightly.|
|Plain Seed||Fills your Belly metre a little bit, nothing more.|
|Pure Seed||Warps you close to the stairs on your current floor.|
|Quick Seed||Your travel speed is boosted for a short spell.|
|Reviver Seed||When a Pokémon on your team faints, this can be used to revive them if it’s in your Toolbox. It also restores the Pokémon’s Belly metre and PP.|
|Sleep Seed||Throwing a Sleep Seed at a Pokémon will make them fall asleep if it hits.|
|Stun Seed||Throwing a Stun Seed at a Pokémon will give them the Petrified condition if it hits.|
|Tiny Reviver Seed||When a Pokémon on your team faints, this can be used to revive them if it’s in your Toolbox.|
|Totter Seed||Throwing a Totter Seed at a Pokémon will give them the Confused condition if it hits.|
|Training Seed||While on the same floor, eating a Training Seed will give the Pokémon the Trained condition to boost the move growth rate.|
|Violent Seed||While on the same floor, eating a Violent Seed boosts the Pokémon’s special attack and attack a great deal.|
|Warp Seed||Throwing a Warp Seed at a Pokémon will warp them elsewhere, while eating one will warp you to a different place on the floor.|
All Berries in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon DX
Berries are edible items in Rescue Team DX that do much more than just fill up your Belly metre. Most of them will fill up your Belly metre a little bit as well as cure a bad status or condiition.
To use a berry, all you have to do is access your Toolbox and select the berry that you want a Pokémon to eat. You can also give a Pokémon a berry to hold, which they will use if necessary.
|Cheri Berry||Heals the Paralysis condition.|
|Chesto Berry||Prevents the Pokémon from getting the Sleep condition and all other sleep-related conditions.|
|Oran Berry||Restores health and increases the Pokémon’s maximum health for the rest of the adventure.|
|Pecha Berry||Heals the Badly Poisoned or Poisoned condition.|
|Rawst Berry||Heals the Burn condition.|
|Sitrus Berry||Permanently raises a Pokémon’s maximum health if they eat it while they have full health. If eaten when not at full health, the Sitrus Berry will only restore some health.|
All Food in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon DX
The primary aim of using a Food item in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX is to restore or increase your Belly metre fully.
To use a Food item, all you have to do is access your Toolbox and select the item that you want a Pokémon to eat. You can also give a Pokémon some food to hold, which they will use if necessary.
|Tiny Apple||Eating a Tiny Apple will fill your Belly metre by a small amount. If eaten when at full health, it will slightly increase your Belly’s capacity for the duration of the adventure at hand.|
|Apple||Eating an Apple will fill your Belly metre a bit more than a Tiny Apple does. If eaten when at full health, it will increase your Belly’s capacity for the duration of the adventure at hand.|
|Big Apple||Eating a Big Apple will fill your Belly metre by a large amount. If eaten when at full health, it will greatly increase your Belly’s capacity for the duration of the adventure at hand.|
|Perfect Apple||Eating a Perfect Apple will completely fill your Belly metre. If eaten when at full health, it will hugely increase your Belly’s capacity for the duration of the adventure at hand.|
|Chestnut||If eaten, a Chestnut will grant a similar effect to an Apple, but it’s best not to use the item as Chestnuts are the favoured treat of Mankeys.|
|Grimy Food||You get a bad status for eating Grimy Food, but it will fill your Belly metre slightly.|
All Dojo Tickets in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon DX
If you head down the southern path of Pokémon Square, you’ll find Makuhita’s Dojo. While you can do the very useful Tricks of the Trade tasks for free, you’ll need a Dojo Ticket to run through any of the Exp-earning training sessions known as Dojo Drills.
To use a Dojo Ticket in Rescue Team DX, go to Makuhita outside of Makuhita’s Dojo and give them the ticket that you want to use.
|Bronze Dojo Ticket||Once accepted by Makuhita, you’ll get 50 seconds of training in which your Exp. and Move Exp. get a big boost.|
|Silver Dojo Ticket||Once accepted by Makuhita, you’ll get 55 seconds of training in which your Exp. and Move Exp. get a huge boost.|
|Gold Dojo Ticket||Once accepted by Makuhita, you’ll get 60 seconds of training in which your Exp. and Move Exp. get a super boost.|
All Throwing Items in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon DX
While you’ll want to be cautious of which items you equip and when, the rocks and spikes can prove to be very useful at dealing long-range damage.
To equip one of these Throwing Items, while in a dungeon, open your Toolbox, select the item, and then Register the Item. You can then throw the item by pressing ZL and ZR at the same time.
|Gravelerock||You throw the Gravelerock in an arc to deal a set amount of damage to the enemy that it hits, and it can hit enemies that are in walls.|
|Geo Pebble||You throw the Geo Pebble in an arc to deal a set amount of damage to the enemy that it hits, and it can hit enemies that are in walls.|
|Golden Fossil||You throw the Golden Fossil in an arc to deal a set amount of damage to the enemy that it hits, and it can hit enemies that are in walls. It also sparkles gold when it’s thrown.|
|Cacnea Spike||The Cacnea Spike flies in a straight line when thrown to deal a set amount of damage to the enemy that it hits.|
|Corsola Twig||The Corsola Spike flies in a straight line when thrown to deal a set amount of damage to the enemy that it hits.|
|Iron Spike||The Iron Spike flies in a straight line when thrown to deal a set amount of damage to the enemy that it hits.|
|Silver Spike||The Silver Spike flies in a straight line when thrown to deal a set amount of damage to the enemy that it hits.|
|Golden Spike||The Golden Spike flies in a straight line when thrown to deal a set amount of damage to the enemy that it hits. It also sparkles gold when it’s thrown.|
All Miscellaneous Items in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon DX
These are all of the other remaining items that you can find in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX, ranging from high-value ribbons to Evolution Crystals.
|Pretty Box||You can find Pretty Boxes (blue chests) in dungeons but can’t open them until you successfully leave the dungeon.|
|Deluxe Box||You can find Deluxe Boxes (red chests) in dungeons but can’t open them until you successfully leave the dungeon. A Deluxe Box will generally have higher value items than a Pretty Box.|
|Invitation||Purchasable from the Kecleon Shop, you can use it to gain access to the mysterious rooms that can be found in dungeons.|
|Evolution Crystal||Any Pokémon that requires an evolution stone or special method to evolve in the main series of Pokémon games will need an Evolution Crystal to evolve.|
|Gold Ribbon||Can be sold for a high price at a shop.|
|Deluxe Ribbon||Can be sold for a very high price at a shop.|
|Link Box||Can be used to link or unlink as many moves as you want.|
|Poké||Poké is the currency that you use to buy things in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX.|
Wonder Mail Item Codes in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon DX
With the Wonder Mail codes provided below, you’ll be able to quickly and easily top up your stockpile of useful items in your Kangaskhan Storage.
For more information on how to use Wonder Mail codes, check out this guide.
|DX Gummi x2||H6W7 K262|
|DX Gummi x1, Rainbow Gummi x1||XMK9 5K49|
|Rainbow Gummi x6||SN3X QSFW|
|Rainbow Gummi x3, PP-Up Drink x3||Y490 CJMR|
|Rainbow Gummi x3, Power Drink x3||WCJT 275J|
|Rainbow Gummi x3, Accuracy Drink x3||6XWH H7JM|
|Gold Ribbon x1, Mach Ribbon x1||CMQM FXW6|
|Gold Ribbon x1, Defense Scarf x1, Power Band x1||25QQ TSCR|
|Gold Ribbon x1, Zinc Band x1, Special Band x1||95R1 W6SJ|
|Slow Orb x5, Quick Orb x5||CFSH 962H|
|All Power-Up Orb x3, All Dodge Orb x3||H5FY 948M|
|One-Shot Orb x2, Petrify Orb x3, Spurn Orb x3||NY7J P8QM|
|Wigglytuff Orb x1, Rare Quality Orb x3, Inviting Orb x3,||QXW5 MMN1|
|Helper Orb x3, Revive All Orb x2||SFSJ WK0H|
|All Power-Up Orb x3, All Dodge Orb x2, All Protect Orb x2||SK5P 778R|
|Cleanse Orb x5, Health Orb x5||TY26 446X|
|Evasion Orb x5||WJNT Y478|
|Foe-Hold Orb x3, Foe-Seal Orb x3||Y649 3N3S|
|See-Trap Orb x5, Trapbust Orb x5||0MN2 F0CN|
|Escape Orb x3, Rollcall Orb x3, Revive All Orb x1||3XNS QMQX|
|Slumber Orb x5, Totter Orb x5||7FW6 27CK|
|See-Trap Orb x5, Trawl Orb x2, Storage Orb x2||961W F0MN|
|Revive All Orb x1, Reviver Seed x2, Tiny Reviver Seed x5||5PJQ MCCJ|
|Gold Dojo Ticket x1, Silver Dojo Ticket x2, Bronze Dojo Ticket x3|
|Reviver Seed x1, Sitrus Berry x1, Oran Berry x10||FSHH 6SR0|
|Reviver Seed x2, Heal Seed x3||H8PJ TWF2|
|Tiny Reviver Seed x2, Chesto Berry x5, Pecha Berry x5||5JMP H7K5|
|Tiny Reviver Seed x2, Chesto Berry x5, Rawst Berry x5||3R62 CR63|
|Tiny Reviver Seed x3, Stun Seed x10, Violent Seed x3||47K2 K5R3|
|Oran Berry x18||R994 5PCN|
|Big Apple x5, Apple x5||N3QW 5JSK|
|Perfect Apple x3, Apple x5||1Y5K 0K1S|
|Apple x18||5JSK 2CMC|
|Corsola Twig x120||JT3M QY79|
|Cacnea Spike x120||SH8X MF1T|
|Corsola Twig x120||3TWJ MK2C|
|Cacnea Spike x120||45QS PHF4|
|Golden Fossil x20, Gravelerock x40, Geo Pebble x40||8QXR 93P5|
|Joy Seed x3||SR0K 5QR9|
|Life Seed x2, Carbos x2||0R79 10P7|
|Protein x2, Iron x2||JY3X QW5C|
|Calcium x2, Zinc x2||K0FX WK7J|
|Calcium x3, Accuracy Drink x3||90P7 8R96|
|Iron x3, Power Drink x3||MCCH 6XY6|
|Power Drink x2, PP-Up Drink x2, Accuracy Drink x2||XT49 8SP7|
|PP-Up Drink x3, Max Elixir x3||776S JWJS|
|Max Elixir x2, Max Ether x5||SJP7 642C|
|Max Ether x18||6XT1 XP98|
As you can see, there is an ocean of items for you to pick up while exploring Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX. Don’t be discouraged if you don’t have them all yet, as many of the items don’t become available until you’ve finished the story.
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