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The Pokémon world (Japanese: ポケモン不思議のダンジョン世界 Pokémon Mystery Dungeon world) is a land in which only Pokémon live. Pokémon live in pleasant areas such as Friend Areas or larger settlements such as Pokémon Square, Treasure Town, and Pokémon Paradise.
The relationship between this world and world in which the core series games and anime take place is currently unknown. However, they appear to be separate, with travel between the two worlds seemingly being possible. One piece of evidence is the Coronet Rock, a rock seemingly from Mt. Coronet, which is in the Sinnoh region.
Scattered throughout the continent are mystery dungeons, labyrinth-like structures with several floors that the player must traverse to complete missions. They are home to many hostile Pokémon, although some Pokémon are not as hostile, such as Kecleon and the Pokémon in the Secret Bazaar. They change their layout every time they are entered, making it impossible to predict how to get through beforehand.
There are apparently very few humans in this Pokémon world, and they are often discussed or referenced throughout the game. The in-game description of the Friend Area "Decrepit Lab" claims that this specific Friend Area was built by humans long ago. As referenced by the Generation IV Mystery Dungeon games, a few humans do live in this world acting as they do in the core series Pokémon games. It was referenced by Grovyle who said that the player was their human partner; shocking the player's partner who never would have thought of the idea. In Gates to Infinity, the player's partner claims that humans only exist in fairy tales, despite the player being from an entirely different dimension, meaning they exist outside of fairy tales.
The geography of the maps of this world is similar between the Generation III games and the Generation IV games, although it is not established that they are the same world. All three Pokémon Mystery Dungeon for WiiWare games do not have a world map.
|Hill of the Ancients||せいれいのおか|
|Luminous Cave||ひかりの どうくつ|
|Croagunk's Swap Shop||グレッグルのトレードてん|
|Deep Dusk Forest||もりのたかだい|
|Dark Ice MountainS||くらやみのひょうざん|
|Vast Ice MountainS||だいひょうざん|
Prairie (Igglybuff's neighborhood)
Explorers of Sky demo only
|Hidden Shopkeeper VillageS|
Found via Magnagate
|Regions in the Pokémon world|
|Locations in the Pokémon world in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team|
| Pokémon Square • Kecleon Shop • Kangaskhan Storage • Makuhita Dojo|
Whiscash Pond • Team Base • Luminous Cave • Hill of the Ancients
| Tiny Woods • Thunderwave Cave • Mt. Steel • Sinister Woods • Silent Chasm|
Mt. Thunder • Great Canyon • Lapis Cave • Rock Path • Mt. Blaze • Snow Path
Frosty Forest • Mt. Freeze • Magma Cavern • Sky Tower • Uproar Forest
Howling Forest • Stormy Sea • Silver Trench • Meteor Cave • Fiery Field
Lightning Field • Northwind Field • Mt. Faraway • Western Cave • Northern Range
Pitfall Valley • Buried Relic • Wish Cave • Murky Cave • Desert Region
Southern Cavern • Wyvern Hill • Solar Cave • Darknight Relic • Grand Sea
Waterfall Pond • Unown Relic • Joyous Tower • Far-off Sea • Purity Forest
Oddity Cave • Remains Island • Marvelous Sea • Fantasy Strait • Unknown Dungeon
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