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.
Treasure Town shops
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- Main article: Kangaskhan Storage
Run by Kangaskhan, this storage system allows the player to store items so they will not be lost if the party is defeated in a dungeon. As the player advances through the ranks, the number of items the player is allowed to store increases. The same store appeared in the first game.
- Main article: Kecleon Shop
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.
Electivire Link Shop
Run by Electivire, this shop allows the player to set moves, link them for combos, or remember forgotten techniques. However, Electivire cannot teach Deoxys moves it has forgotten, saying it's a "special" Pokémon. As such, the only way to have Deoxys remember moves is to use Doom Seeds to decrease its level and then make it gain levels once again.
Chansey Day Care
- Main article: Marowak Dojo
Run by Marowak, entering the back room of this place will display a list of labyrinths for the player to explore, labeled by the types of Pokémon that inhabit it. To explore one, the player will lose all its item, so it should be left in the Kangaskhan Storage. Each labyrinth has 3-5 floors, with the enemies getting progressively stronger as the player advances through the floors.
Outskirts of Treasure Town
- Main article: Sharpedo Bluff
Sharpedo Bluff is located 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 exploration team base after graduation. The Dugtrio from the guild can be seen here during several chapters, talking to the sea.
The Crossroads are located to the east of town and conects the outer world (dungeons) to the east, Wigglytuff's Guild to the north, and the Beach to the south. There's an Assembly Post that can be used to assemble Chimecho to arrange your exploration team and a well where progress can be saved in Sky. It's also here that the team members will wait before heading out on an adventure, exept for in Sky where they will wait in Spinda's Café.
- Main article: Spinda's Café
Spinda's Café is located at the crossroads, and has two new shops; Spinda's Juice Bar where the player can turn all food items into drinks, and the Recycle Shop, 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.
This shop can only be accessed in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky.
- Main article: Wigglytuff's Guild
The Wigglytuff Guild is where the player and partner decide to start their exploration team. On the first floor Chimecho Assembly, the Outlaw Notice Board, and the Job Bulletin Board can be found. On the second floor Croagunk's Swap Shop can be found and here the player can trade a pair of rare Pokémon-exclusive items for other rare hold items.
In the anime
Treasure Town appeared in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time & Darkness, where Piplup, Chimchar, and Sunflora of Team Poképals visited the Kecleon Shop to buy necessary items for their Labyrinth Cave mission. While shopping, Piplup realized that the vision he had had the previous night had been an image of the future, specifically this very moment.
In other languages
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