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Pelipper Island (Japanese: ペリッパー島 Pelipper IslandSMD, ペリッパーのしま Pelipper's IslandTDSSBL) is a location in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness, Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky, Pokémon Mystery Dungeon (WiiWare), and Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon. The player may go to Pelipper Island from the main menu.
In Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time, Darkness, and Sky
Pelipper Island's main purpose is to access previously accepted Rescue Missions by talking to Pelipper on the island. However, Pelipper Island also enables one to explore a dungeon even if they are waiting for a rescue themselves, which is called "Standby Adventure".
Besides Pelipper, one will find Kangaskhan, Duskull, and Chimecho, each offering their services from Treasure Town. The player's team will have no items or money each time it enters Pelipper Island. Before going on a Rescue Mission or Standby Adventure, player has to take any items from the storage he or she wants, as well as any amount of money from the bank. After exploration, all items and money must be put away in storage and the bank, respectively, or else they will be lost when leaving the island.
The following applies to Standby Adventures:
- One may only visit a dungeon they have unlocked before
- All restrictions put upon the dungeon apply when in Standby Adventure
- Pokémon cannot be recruited
- Items and experience points are gained the normal way
- One cannot access the deeper part of the dungeon (e.g. Hidden Highland)
- Bosses cannot be fought
- Jobs and Rescue Missions cannot be performed in Standby Adventure
In Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon
At Pelipper Island, the player is able to rescue their team if they have fainted in a dungeon or send Wonder Mail to other players. Helper Pokémon can be sent and received at Pelipper Island as well. The player can also explore dungeons the player has previously visited, this includes dungeons that cannot be revisited in the main story, such as School Forest or the Tree of Life's trunk. When a player attempts to rescue themselves, any Pokémon that has fainted cannot be controlled. Other Pokémon recruited through the Connection Orb or unlocked upon the player's first entrance can be used at any time.
In other languages
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