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'''Dungeon Tiles''' are tiles found in [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon]] Blue Rescue Team and Red Rescue Team. One type of tile are the '''Trap Tiles'''. The tiles are placed randomly on the floor but Trap Tiles appear only in post-{{p|Rayquaza}} dungeons.
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{{Incomplete|needs=Japanese name, images, in-game descriptions, Adventure Squad trap list}}
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A '''dungeon tile''' is a game element exclusive to the [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series]]. Dungeon floors are made of various dungeon tiles.
   
* '''Stairs''' - To further advance in a dungeon a player must find the stairs. On various occasions stairs are changed into Warp Points.
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==Types of tiles==
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===Terrain tiles===
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These types of tiles are part of the dungeon's environment and structure.
   
* '''Warp Points''' - See Stairs. Warp Points have
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* Walls
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* Water
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* Lava
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* Air
   
* '''Wonder Tile''' - Varying numbers of these can be found on a floor. If there is a yellow arrow above the player's or partner's head (indicating a status problem such as lowered defense, accuracy, etc.), stepping on one of these will restore the normal state.
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In most games, the move {{m|Dig}} can only be used on regular terrain, not any of the special types of terrain above, and the move {{m|Dive}} can only be used on water tiles. In {{pkmn|Super Mystery Dungeon}}, however, only air tiles prevent the use of Dig and Dive.
   
* '''Carpet''' - If the player finds a {{p|Kecleon}} shop, items are placed on these. The player may either buy or steal the items, however, thieves are confronted by a very high-level Kecleon.
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====Wall====
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Traveling through a wall generally costs the player 5 points of {{stat|Belly}}. Most dungeons in [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity|Gates to Infinity]] do not use the hunger feature, however, so in those locations, the player loses HP instead of belly points.
   
* '''Chestnut Trap'''- When stepped on, it will dump chestnuts on the player/ally that takes away 10 HP.
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Walls can be turned into regular floor tiles if they are within the blast radius of {{m|Self-Destruct}}, {{m|Explosion}}, {{m|Hyper Beam}}{{sup/md|SMD}}, [[#Traps|Blast Traps]], or Big Blast Traps, by using {{m|Rock Smash}}{{sup/md|RB}}{{sup/md|TDS}}{{sup/md|BSL}}{{sup/md|SMD}}, by Pokémon with the [[IQ]] skills Super Mobile or Absolute Mover, by the standard attack of a [[Mega Evolution|Mega Evolved]] Pokémon or of a Pokémon holding a [[Looplet]] with the Tunnel [[emera]], or by using a {{DL|Wand|Tunnel Wand}}.
   
* '''Pitfall Trap''' - If the player steps on it, it will inflict damage and warp the player to the next floor of the dungeon. When an ally steps on it, the team member will be removed from the dungeon.
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In certain dungeons or on certain floors, the walls may be indestructible and impossible to pass through.
   
* ''' Sticky Trap ''' -This tile will randomly make a couple of items sticky, making them totally useless unless the player uses a Cleanse Orb.
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====Water====
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{{DL|Status conditions in the Mystery Dungeon series|Burned}} Pokémon will be cured of their burn if they end their turn on a water tile, and Pokémon standing on a water tile cannot be burned.
   
* '''Selfdestruct Trap''' - This tile blows up when stepped on and does damage to Pokémon within a 1-tile radius. It will take away half of the player's and player's friends current HP, and does 40 damage to wild Pokémon.
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====Lava====
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Lava tiles can only be traversed safely by {{type|Fire}} Pokémon, {{p|Rhydon}}{{sup/md|TDS}}<sup> and later</sup>, {{p|Rhyperior}}, and {{p|Groudon}}; any other Pokémon will be inflicted with a {{DL|Status conditions in the Mystery Dungeon series|burned|burn}} if they end their turn over lava.
   
* '''Explosion Trap''' - This tile blows up when stepped on and does damage to Pokémon within a 2-tile radius. It will take away half of the player's and player's friends current HP, and does 80 damage to wild Pokémon.
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====Mobility====
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Certain types of terrain can only be traveled across by certain Pokémon.
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{| class="roundy" style="background: #{{MD color dark}}; margin: auto; border:3px solid #{{MD color light}}"
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! style="background-color:#{{MD color}}; {{roundytl|5px}}" | Group
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! style="background-color:#{{MD color}}; {{roundytr|5px}}" | Passable terrain
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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|
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* Pokémon with a ghost-like appearance ({{p|Gastly}}, {{p|Haunter}}, {{p|Gengar}}, {{p|Misdreavus}}, {{p|Mismagius}},<br>{{p|Shuppet}}, {{p|Banette}}, {{p|Duskull}}, {{p|Dusclops}}, {{p|Dusknoir}}, {{p|Shedinja}}, {{type|Ghost}} {{p|Rotom}}, {{p|Darkrai}})
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| Walls
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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|
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* {{type|Water}} Pokémon
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* Pokémon whose sprite appears to hover over the ground (e.g. {{p|Magnezone}}),<br>including most {{type|Flying}} Pokémon and all Pokémon with {{a|Levitate}}
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* Pokémon with [[IQ]] skill All-Terrain Hiker
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| Water
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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|
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* {{type|Fire}} Pokémon
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* {{p|Rhydon}}{{sup/md|TDS}}<sup> and later</sup>, {{p|Rhyperior}}
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* {{p|Groudon}}
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* Pokémon whose sprite appears to hover over the ground (e.g. {{p|Magnezone}}),<br>including most {{type|Flying}} Pokémon and all Pokémon with {{a|Levitate}}
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* Pokémon with [[IQ]] skill All-Terrain Hiker
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| Lava
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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|
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* Pokémon whose sprite appears to hover over the ground (e.g. {{p|Magnezone}}),<br>including most {{type|Flying}} Pokémon and all Pokémon with {{a|Levitate}}
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* Pokémon with [[IQ]] skill All-Terrain Hiker
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| Air
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|-
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| style="background:#FFF; {{roundybl|5px}}" |
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* Pokémon with [[IQ]] skills Super Mobile or Absolute Mover
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* Pokémon holding a {{DL|Scarf (Mystery Dungeon)|Mobile Scarf}} or a [[Looplet]] with a Mobility [[emera]]
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* Pokémon that have used a {{DL|Wonder Orb|Mobile Orb}}
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| style="background:#FFF; {{roundybr|5px}}" | Any
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|}
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If a Pokémon cannot travel on a given type of terrain but is forced onto it from the effect of a move or item or by switching places with the leader, it will be warped away. In [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team|Red and Blue Rescue Team]] or [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness|Explorers of Time and Darkness]], it will warp to a random point of normal terrain in the dungeon, while in [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky|Explorers of Sky]], it will warp near the leader. In {{pkmn|Super Mystery Dungeon}}, the leader and wild Pokémon will warp to a random point of normal terrain located within a room, while the leader's allies will warp near the leader.
   
* '''Warp Trap''' - This tile warps a Pokémon who steps on it to a random location on the same floor.
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===Room tile===
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'''Room tiles''' are completely different from terrain tiles, as these tiles are always located within a room on the dungeon floor and can only be placed or appear within a room. They can either denote something important, cause special effects to moves or items, take the player to the next floor or can even be a floor tile that can cause negative or positive effects to the teammates. There are even some tiles in the games that are unused, but can only be created and used through hacking, such as the [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity beta#Unused tiles|Exit]] tile.
   
* '''Spiked Tile''' - Any Pokémon that steps on a Spiked Tile will lose 20 HP.
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====Carpet====
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'''Carpet''' denotes the area of a [[Kecleon Shop]]. Any item found on carpet belongs to the Shop and leaving without paying for it will cause several {{p|Kecleon}} to appear and attack the party. Dropping an item on carpet and leaving will make the item belong to the Shop. In Red/Blue Rescue Team through to the Adventure Squad games, the carpet would not cover the entire room, but only the center of the room. However, in Gates to Infinity and later, the carpet tiles would cover the entire room, so that entering or leaving the room would result in entering or leaving the Kecleon Shop respectively.
   
* '''Grimy Trap''' - One Apple, Big Apple, Huge Apple, Chestnut, Banana, or other edible food source in the player's bag will be turned into Grimy Food. Grimy Food restores your Belly, but gives you a [[Status ailment|status condition]].
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====Special tiles====
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In [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity]], there are special tiles which can be found in rooms behind locked doors or other certain rooms. They can cause both a positive and a negative effect on all Pokémon standing on these tiles. They only appear in dungeons that are unlocked after the main story is completed.
   
* '''Slow Trap''' - Temporarily lowers the Pokémon's [[Stats#Speed|Speed]] by one.
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{| class="roundy" style="background: #{{MD color dark}}; margin: auto; border:3px solid #{{MD color light}}; text-align:center"
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! style="background-color:#{{MD color}}; width: 110px; {{roundytl|5px}}" | Type
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! style="background-color:#{{MD color}}" | Image
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! style="background-color:#{{MD color}}" | Effect
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! style="background-color:#{{MD color}}; {{roundytr|5px}}" | Description
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| Barrage Tile
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| [[File:BarrageTileGTI.png]]
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| Any Pokémon standing on this tile can use a move two times in one turn.
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| While standing on this tile, you can use a move two times in a row in one turn! The move's PP will be reduced as if you used it two times. (Enemies can take advantage of this tile, too, so be careful!)
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| Dodge Tile
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| [[File:DodgeTileGTI.png]]
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| Any Pokémon standing on this tile will avoid attacks more easily.
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| While on this tile, you can dodge moves more easily! (Enemies can take advantage of this tile, too, so be careful!)
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| Mystery Tile
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| [[File:MysteryTileGTI.png]]
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| Any Pokémon standing on this tile will be immune to bad status effects.
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| While on this tile, bad statuses won't affect you! (Enemies can take advantage of this tile, too, so be careful!)
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| Pierce Tile
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| [[File:PierceTileGTI.png]]
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| Any Pokémon that throws items while standing on this tile will cause the item to keep moving on until it disappears. The thrown item will also go through walls and enemies too.
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| Throw items while on this tile, and they will go through both enemies and walls, continuing on forever!
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| Taunt Tile
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| [[File:TauntTileGTI.png]]
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| Any Pokémon standing on this tile that uses a move that only causes status effects won't work, but attacks that do damage will do more damage.
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| While on this tile, you can't use status moves. However, your damaging attacks will become more powerful. (Enemies can take advantage of this tile, too, so be careful!)
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| style="{{roundybl|5px}}" | Weight Tile
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| [[File:WeightTileGTI.png]]
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| Any chance of an attack landing a critical hit from the Pokémon standing on this tile will depend on the Pokémon's weight.
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| style="{{roundybr|5px}}" |The heavier the Pokémon on this tile is, the better chance it will have at landing critical hits when attacking an enemy! (Enemies can take advantage of this tile, too, so be careful!)
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|}
   
* '''Spin Trap''' - Inflicts the [[Status_ailment#Confusion|Confuse]] condition.
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====Stairs====
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'''Stairs''' (Japanese: '''かいだん''' ''Stairs'') are the most common way to proceed to the next floor of a dungeon. They can either appear as stairs going up or going down. In [[Meteor Cave]], the stairs will be disabled until the floor's {{p|Deoxys}} clone is defeated. In [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity]] and later, stairs will appear in a variety of different colors, depending on the type of dungeon.
   
* '''Pokémon Trap''' - All unclaimed items in the same room turn into enemy Pokémon of the species that naturally occur on that floor.
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====Warp Zone====
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A '''Warp Zone''' (Japanese: '''ワープゾーン''' ''Warp Zone'') is a tile that only appears in [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team|Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team, Blue Rescue Team]], [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness|Explorers of Time, Explorers of Darkness]] and [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky|Explorers of Sky]]. It is used in certain dungeons instead of stairs to progress to the next floor or exit the dungeon, normally after defeating a boss. They have exactly the same appearance as Warp Traps.
   
* '''PP-Zero Trap''' - The Pokémon who triggered the Trap will have one of it's moves PP reduced to 0.
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====Rescue Spot/Rescue Point====
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A '''Rescue Spot'''{{sup/md|RB}}/'''Rescue Point'''{{sup/md|TDS}} (Japanese: '''きゅうじょちてん''' ''Rescue Point'') is a tile that allows the player to complete a rescue and then send an A-OK Mail via [[Wonder Mail]] code, Wireless Connection or Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection. A Rescue Spot{{sup/md|RB}}/Rescue Point{{sup/md|TDS}} will appear in the same place as where the stairs would normally be, on the same floor as where the other player was defeated when performing a friend rescue. The room with a Rescue Spot{{sup/md|RB}}/Rescue Point{{sup/md|TDS}} will always be guarded by a [[Monster House]].
   
* '''Seal Trap''' - One move belonging to the Pokémon who stepped on this tile can no longer be used. This wears off upon reaching the next floor.
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====Effect tile====
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{{redirect|Sticky|the [[Ultra Beast]] codenamed UB Sticky in Japanese|Poipole (Pokémon)}}
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{{samename|the traps in [[The Underground]] in {{game2|Diamond|Pearl|Platinum}}|Trap}}
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{{incomplete|section|What happens if a Trawl Orb or Explosion is used where a Ditto tile is located? Also, what happens in the 5% chance it fails?}}
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'''Effect tiles''' are floor tiles within rooms that can do various effects, such as resetting the Pokémon's [[statistic]]s, damaging a Pokémon or even causing a [[Status conditions in the Mystery Dungeon series|status ailment]]. These tiles are completely separate objects in Red and Blue Rescue Team through to the [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon (WiiWare)|Adventure Squad]] games, but in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity and later, these tiles are in the same location as items and are considered as "items" in which cannot be picked up, but are triggered upon stepping on it. Some effect tiles may break after being stepped on (such as the Training Switch and most traps).
   
* '''Mud Trap''' - Mud splashes up from this Trap, lowering the Pokémon's [[Stats#Attack|Attack]], [[Stats#Defense|Defense]], [[Stats#Special Attack|Special Attack]] and [[Stats#Special Defense|Special Defense]].
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The effect tiles that cause negative effects to the player and their teammates are known as '''Traps''' (Japanese: '''スイッチ''' ''Switch''{{sup/md|RB}}{{sup/md|TDS}}/'''ワナ''' ''Trap''{{sup/md|GTI}}{{sup/md|SMD}}). Before being stepped on, they are disguised as regular floor tiles and remain hidden until they are stepped on. Using a {{DL|Wonder Orb|See-Trap Orb}} or having the leader hold the [[Looplet|Grass Looplet]]{{sup/md|SMD}} will make all traps on the floor visible. If the leader uses a normal attack on a space in front of themselves, it can also reveal the trap on that particular space. Traps will not trigger if stepped on by enemies unless the trap was created by the party via a {{DL|Wonder Orb|Trapper Orb}} or a move such as {{m|Spikes}}. In every Pokémon Mystery Dungeon game except for [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity]], traps will never be created on the tile at the entrance of a room. Prior to Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity, all traps except for Summon Trap, Pokémon Trap, and Grudge Trap will remain after being stepped on; there is no limit to how many times they can be triggered. However, from Gates to Infinity onwards, all traps have a chance of breaking after being triggered. Most traps in these games have a 100% chance of breaking, but some have a 30% chance of breaking after each activation and can be triggered repeatedly until they break.
   
* '''Slumber Trap''' - This Trap puts the Pokémon who stepped on it to sleep.
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From Gates to Infinity onwards, [[Monster House]]s will usually contain a mix of both items and traps, usually having a larger amount of traps compared to other rooms. There is always at least one item and one trap within a Monster House, but it will always contains a total of 14 items and traps in the room altogether.
   
* '''Summon Trap''' - 1-4 Pokémon that are naturally found on that floor will appear on the squares adjacent to this Trap.
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{| class="roundy sortable" style="background: #{{MD color dark}}; margin: auto; border:3px solid #{{MD color light}}; text-align:center"
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! style="background-color:#{{MD color}}; width: 10px; {{roundytl|5px}}" | #<br>({{color2|000|Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team|RB}})
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! style="background-color:#{{MD color}}; width: 10px" | #<br>({{color2|000|Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness|TD}}{{color2|000|Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky|S}})
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! style="background-color:#{{MD color}}; width: 10px" | #<br>({{color2|000|Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity|GtI}}/{{color2|000|Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon|SMD}})
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! style="background-color:#{{MD color}}; width: 110px" | Effect tile
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! style="background-color:#{{MD color}}" | {{color2|000|Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team|RB}}
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! style="background-color:#{{MD color}}" | {{color2|000|Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness|TD}}
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! style="background-color:#{{MD color}}" | {{color2|000|Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky|Sky}}
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! style="background-color:#{{MD color}}" | {{color2|000|Pokémon Mystery Dungeon (WiiWare)|BSL}}
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! style="background-color:#{{MD color}}" | {{color2|000|Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity|GtI}}
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! style="background-color:#{{MD color}}" | {{color2|000|Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon|SMD}}
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! class="unsortable" style="background-color:#{{MD color}}; {{roundytr|5px}}" | Effect
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| &mdash;
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| &mdash;
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| 31
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| Apple Trap
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| ✗
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| ✗
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| ✗
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| ✗
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| ✗
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| style="background:#{{Gold color}}" | ✓
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| class="l" | Turns a random item in the Bag into a {{DL|Food (Mystery Dungeon)|Big Apple}}. It will always break after use.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| &mdash;
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| &mdash;
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| 13
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| Big Blast Trap
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| ✗
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| ✗
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| ✗
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| ✗
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| style="background:#{{Silver color}}" | ✓
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| style="background:#{{Gold color}}" | ✓
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| class="l" | Causes an explosion in a 5×5 area that deals half HP damage to any party member and defeats any enemies within range. {{type|Fire}} Pokémon take a quarter of damage. Items and walls within the blast area are destroyed. Not triggered if the weather is Rain or a Pokémon with the [[Ability]] {{a|Damp}} is on the floor. It will always break after use.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| &mdash;
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| &mdash;
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| 12
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| Blast Trap
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| ✗
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| ✗
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| ✗
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| ✗
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| style="background:#{{Silver color}}" | ✓
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| style="background:#{{Gold color}}" | ✓
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| class="l" | Causes an explosion in a 3×3 area that deals half HP damage to any party member and defeats any enemies within range. {{type|Fire}} Pokémon take a quarter of damage. Items and walls within the blast range are destroyed. Not triggered if the weather is Rain or a Pokémon with {{a|Damp}} is on the floor. It will always break after use.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| 18
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| 16
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| &mdash;
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| Chestnut Trap
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| style="background:#{{MD Red color}}" | ✓
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| style="background:#{{MD Time color}}" | ✓
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| style="background:#{{MD Sky color}}" | ✓
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| style="background:#{{fire color}}" | ✓
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| ✗
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| ✗
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| class="l" | Drops chestnuts onto the Pokémon, dealing 10 damage. It is replaced with the "Spiky Trap" in [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity|Gates to Infinity]] and later.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| &mdash;
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| &mdash;
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| 32
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| Discord Trap{{tt|*|It is the only trap in Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon to not have an Adventure Hint entry}}
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| ✗
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| ✗
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| ✗
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| ✗
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| ✗
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| style="background:#{{Gold color}}" | ✓
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| class="l" | Causes the party to be inflicted with {{DL|Status conditions in the Mystery Dungeon series|Discord}}. It will always break after use.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| &mdash;
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| &mdash;
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| 35
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| Ditto
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| ✗
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| ✗
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| ✗
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| ✗
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| ✗
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| style="background:#{{Gold color}}" | ✓
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| class="l" | In some dungeons in Super Mystery Dungeon (often where the Pokémon {{p|Ditto}} is one of the enemy Pokémon that appears on the floors), it can sometimes be found disguised as an item. This tile acts like a trap and has a 95% activation rate, just like traps do. If one of the party step on it, the item will disappear and reappear next to the Pokémon that stepped on it. But if the Pokémon has a {{DL|Emera|Trap Proof}} emera, or fails to work, then nothing will happpen. When on it, the player can either move on, check the tile info, or activate it. If Ditto gets a chance to attack (which is often after when one of the party stepped on it while disguised as an item, while [[Status conditions in the Mystery Dungeon series#Slow|slow]] or at normal speed), it will immediately use the move {{m|Transform}} to transform into the party member that was targeted. And since the move targets one of the party members, it will make all party members (except for the one it targeted) [[Status conditions in the Mystery Dungeon series#Confused|confused]]. Even though this tile acts like a trap, and even uses an in-game icon of a trap in its info, it's not considered a real trap at all.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| &mdash;
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| &mdash;
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| 29
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| Emera-Crush Trap
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| ✗
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| ✗
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| ✗
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| ✗
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| ✗
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| style="background:#{{Gold color}}" | ✓
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| class="l" | An [[emera]] attached to the Pokémon's [[looplet]] is lost. It will always break after use.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| &mdash;
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| &mdash;
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| 30
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| Emera-Swap Trap
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| ✗
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| ✗
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| ✗
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| ✗
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| ✗
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| style="background:#{{Gold color}}" | ✓
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| class="l" | An emera in the Pokémon's looplet is changed into a different emera. It will always break after use.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| 20
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| 14
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| &mdash;
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| Explosion Trap
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| style="background:#{{MD Red color}}" | ✓
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| style="background:#{{MD Time color}}" | ✓
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| style="background:#{{MD Sky color}}" | ✓
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| style="background:#{{fire color}}" | ✓
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| ✗
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| ✗
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| class="l" | Causes an explosion in a 5×5 area that cuts the party's HP in half and deals 80 damage to wild Pokémon. {{type|Fire}} Pokémon take a quarter of damage. Items and walls within the blast area are destroyed. Not triggered if the weather is Rain or a Pokémon with the [[Ability]] {{a|Damp}} is on the floor. It is replaced with the "Big Blast Trap" in [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity|Gates to Infinity]] and later.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| &mdash;
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| &mdash;
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| 27
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| Gold Floor
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| ✗
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| ✗
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| ✗
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| ✗
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| style="background:#{{Silver color}}" | ✓
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| style="background:#{{Gold color}}" | ✓
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| class="l" | A floor tile that exists in [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity]] and later. When these tiles appear in dungeons, they will only contain a Gold Bar. These tiles are only visible to the leader holding a {{DL|Glasses|Gold Scope}} and also can only triggered if the leader is holding a Gold Scope. In {{pkmn|Super Mystery Dungeon}}, these tiles may contain additional items in place of Gold Bars, including {{DL|Seed|Joy Seed|Joy Seeds}} and [[Health drink|Vitamins]]. They will only be visible in dungeons when the leader is holding an {{DL|Looplet|Excavation Looplet}}. Outside of dungeons, Gold Floors will only indicate the presence of a rare item that can be picked up.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| 11
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| 03
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| 28
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| Grimy Trap
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| style="background:#{{MD Red color}}" | ✓
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| style="background:#{{MD Time color}}" | ✓
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| style="background:#{{MD Sky color}}" | ✓
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| style="background:#{{fire color}}" | ✓
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| style="background:#{{Silver color}}" | ✓
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| style="background:#{{Gold color}}" | ✓
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| class="l" | Causes some [[Food (Mystery Dungeon)|food items]] to turn into {{DL|Food (Mystery Dungeon)|Grimy Food}}. In [[Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon]], if the leader steps on it, a food item in the bag may be turned into {{DL|Food (Mystery Dungeon)|Grimy Food}}, but if a teammate steps on it and is holding a food item, it may be turned into {{DL|Food (Mystery Dungeon)|Grimy Food}}. Cannot be triggered by teammates in games prior to [[Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon]]. It will always break after use in [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity|Gates to Infinity]] and later.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| 24
  +
| 24
  +
| Grudge Trap
  +
| ✗
  +
| ✗
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Sky color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{fire color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{Silver color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{Gold color}}" | ✓
  +
| class="l" | All wild Pokémon are warped near the trap and given the {{DL|Status conditions in the Mystery Dungeon series|Grudge}} status. It will disappear/break after being triggered in every game.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| 12
  +
| 07
  +
| 06
  +
| Gust Trap
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Red color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Time color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Sky color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{fire color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{Silver color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{Gold color}}" | ✓
  +
| class="l" | The Pokémon that stepped on it is sent flying 10 squares in any direction. Hitting a wall or Pokémon causes 5 damage (to both Pokémon, when applicable). If it lands on the water, above a crag, or in lava, it will be warped into a random room of the floor. It will always break after use in [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity|Gates to Infinity]] and later.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| 21
  +
| Hunger Trap
  +
| ✗
  +
| ✗
  +
| ✗
  +
| ✗
  +
| ✗
  +
| style="background:#{{Gold color}}" | ✓
  +
| class="l" | Reduces {{stat|Belly}} points by 10, or to 0 if Belly points is less than 10. There's a chance that this trap can be stepped on more than once, it has a 30% chance of breaking when it is set off.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| 03
  +
| 01
  +
| 01
  +
| Mud Trap
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Red color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Time color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Sky color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{fire color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{Silver color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{Gold color}}" | ✓
  +
| class="l" | Will lower {{stat|Attack}}, {{stat|Defense}}, {{stat|Special Attack|Sp. Atk}}, {{stat|Special Defense|Sp. Def}}, {{stat|Accuracy|accuracy}} or {{stat|Evasiveness|evasiveness}} statistic, one chosen randomly, and by one level{{sup/md|RB}}/three levels{{sup/md|TDS}}{{sup/md|GTI}}. Does not affect Pokémon with the {{a|Clear Body}} Ability. It will always break after use in [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity|Gates to Infinity]] and later.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| 07
  +
| 05
  +
| 04
  +
| Pitfall Trap
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Red color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Time color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Sky color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{fire color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{Silver color}}" | ✓
  +
| ✗
  +
| class="l" | Deals 5{{sup/md|RB}}{{sup/md|TDS}}/10{{sup/md|GTI}} damage. If triggered by the player, the party falls to the next floor (or out of the dungeon, if on last floor). If triggered by a teammate, they disappear from the dungeon and have to be reselected again, either from the [[Friend Area]]s{{sup/md|RB}}, [[Chimecho Assembly]]{{sup/md|TDS}} or {{DL|Pokémon Paradise|Quagsire Assembly}}{{sup/md|GTI}}. If triggered by the mission client, they disappear and the mission is failed. Only appears in descending dungeons. It will always break after use in [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity|Gates to Infinity]]. Though this trap does not exist in Super Mystery Dungeon, a new model and left-over Adventure Hint text from Gates to Infinity still exist within the game.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| 08
  +
| 12
  +
| 11
  +
| Poison Trap
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Red color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Time color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Sky color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{fire color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{Silver color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{Gold color}}" | ✓
  +
| class="l" | Inflicts {{DL|Status conditions in the Mystery Dungeon series|Poison}}. Doesn't affect {{type|Steel}} and {{type|Poison}} Pokémon, or Pokémon with {{a|Immunity}}. It will always break after use in [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity|Gates to Infinity]] and later.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| 14
  +
| 18
  +
| 17
  +
| Pokémon Trap
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Red color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Time color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Sky color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{fire color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{Silver color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{Gold color}}" | ✓
  +
| class="l" | Causes any items on the floor (up to a limit) within the room to turn into wild Pokémon. It disappears/breaks after triggering in every game. In [[Meteor Cave]], there are no spawnable Pokémon, so it breaks without doing anything.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| 15
  +
| 15
  +
| 14
  +
| PP-Zero Trap{{sup/md|RB}}{{sup/md|TDS}}<br>PP Leech Trap{{sup/md|GTI}}{{sup/md|SMD}}
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Red color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Time color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Sky color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{fire color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{Silver color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{Gold color}}" | ✓
  +
| class="l" | Reduces one move's PP to 0. It will always break after use in [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity|Gates to Infinity]] and later.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| 36
  +
| Progress Point
  +
| ✗
  +
| ✗
  +
| ✗
  +
| ✗
  +
| ✗
  +
| style="background:#{{Gold color}}" | ✓
  +
| class="l" | A tile in which is created by a [[Progress Device]]. Upon using a Progress Device, the tile will be created underneath the player and the game will be saved immediately upon creating the tile. The game can be saved again, if the player steps on the tile or activates it through the menu. This one is the 36th tile in the game's internal code.
   
* '''Gust Trap''' - Sends the triggerer flying 10 squares in a random direction. If the Pokémon hits another Pokémon or a wall it will lose 5 HP (As will the other Pokémon).
+
Another tile, under the same name, is created through using a Progress Device +. This tile does much more than the Progress Point created from a Progress Device; it saves the game upon using the Progress Device +, as well as stepping on the tile, and if the player decides to give up in the dungeon (either upon fainting or giving up in the options), all items and money will be kept and won't be lost. This one is the 37th tile in the game's internal code.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| 23
  +
| 23
  +
| Random Trap
  +
| ✗
  +
| ✗
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Sky color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{fire color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{Silver color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{Gold color}}" | ✓
  +
| class="l" | Becomes any other trap. If applicable, the selected trap will affect all party members instead of only the one that stepped on the trap. Not triggered if the weather is Rain or a Pokémon with {{a|Damp}} is on the floor. It will always break after use in [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity|Gates to Infinity]] and later.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| 04
  +
| 11
  +
| 10
  +
| Seal Trap
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Red color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Time color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Sky color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{fire color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{Silver color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{Gold color}}" | ✓
  +
| class="l" | Causes one move to be {{DL|Status conditions in the Mystery Dungeon series|Sealed}}. It will always break after use in [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity|Gates to Infinity]] and later.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| 17
  +
| 13
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| Selfdestruct Trap
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Red color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Time color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Sky color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{fire color}}" | ✓
  +
| ✗
  +
| ✗
  +
| class="l" | Causes an explosion in a 3×3 area that deals a quarter of HP damage to any party member and deals 40 damage to wild Pokémon within range. {{type|Fire}} Pokémon take 1/8 damage. Items and walls within the blast range are destroyed. Not triggered if the weather is Rain or a Pokémon with {{a|Damp}} is on the floor. It is replaced with the "Blast Trap" in [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity|Gates to Infinity]] and later.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| 16
  +
| 10
  +
| 09
  +
| Slow Trap
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Red color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Time color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Sky color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{fire color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{Silver color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{Gold color}}" | ✓
  +
| class="l" | Temporarily lowers [[Travel Speed]]. It will always break after use in [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity|Gates to Infinity]] and later.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| 19
  +
| 09
  +
| 08
  +
| Slumber Trap
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Red color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Time color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Sky color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{fire color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{Silver color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{Gold color}}" | ✓
  +
| class="l" | Causes the {{DL|Status conditions in the Mystery Dungeon series|sleep}} status. It will always break after use in [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity|Gates to Infinity]] and later.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| 26
  +
| Sparkling Floor
  +
| ✗
  +
| ✗
  +
| ✗
  +
| ✗
  +
| style="background:#{{Silver color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{Gold color}}" | ✓
  +
| class="l" | Will either spawn a wild Pokémon, or give the player a Gold Bar or other rare item. Outside of dungeons in Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon, this tile indicates the presence of a normal item that can be picked up. Also in Super Mystery Dungeon, there is a 33rd tile in the game's code which is an unused duplicate of the Sparkling Floor that does nothing when stepped on.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| 10
  +
| 19
  +
| 18
  +
| Spiked Tile{{sup/md|RB}}{{sup/md|TDS}}<br>Spikes{{sup/md|SMD}}
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Red color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Time color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Sky color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{fire color}}" | ✓
  +
| ✗
  +
| style="background:#{{Gold color}}" | ✓
  +
| class="l" | Deals 15{{sup/md|RB}}/20{{sup/md|TDS}} damage. Using {{m|Spikes}} creates trap and is completely visible. In [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness|Explorers of Time/Darkness]] and later, the party doesn't trigger its own traps unless activated through the menu. In [[Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon]], it was renamed to "Spikes" and also, Spikes traps can also appear randomly on dungeon floors with other traps, even without an enemy Pokémon using the move. And these ones are invisible until stepped on. In [[Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon]], there's a chance that this trap can be stepped on more than once, it has a 30% chance of breaking when it is set off. This trap doesn't exist in [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity|Gates to Infinity]]'s code because the move {{m|Spikes}} also doesn't exist in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity's code.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| 15
  +
| Spiky Trap
  +
| ✗
  +
| ✗
  +
| ✗
  +
| ✗
  +
| style="background:#{{Silver color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{Gold color}}" | ✓
  +
| class="l" | Drops spiky balls on the Pokémon that steps on it, dealing 10{{sup/md|GtI}}/25{{sup/md|SMD}} damage. It will always break after use.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| 13
  +
| 08
  +
| 07
  +
| Spin Trap
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Red color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Time color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Sky color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{fire color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{Silver color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{Gold color}}" | ✓
  +
| class="l" | Inflicts the {{DL|Status conditions in the Mystery Dungeon series|Confused}} status. It will always break after use in [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity|Gates to Infinity]] and later.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| 20
  +
| 19
  +
| Stealth Rock
  +
| ✗
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Time color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Sky color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{fire color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{Silver color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{Gold color}}" | ✓
  +
| class="l" | Deals damage equal to 1/6 of max HP. Using {{m|Stealth Rock}} creates the trap, which remains invisible until stepped on. Party doesn't trigger its own traps unless activated through the menu. This trap can also appear randomly in various dungeons in {{pkmn|Super Mystery Dungeon}}. In [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity|Gates to Infinity]] and later, there's a chance that this trap can be stepped on more than once, it has a 30% chance of breaking when it is set off.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| 01
  +
| 02
  +
| 02
  +
| Sticky Trap
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Red color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Time color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Sky color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{fire color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{Silver color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{Gold color}}" | ✓
  +
| class="l" | Causes held item to become [[Sticky Item|sticky]], rendering it useless and unequippable. In {{pkmn|Super Mystery Dungeon}}, or if the player triggers it and no item is held, a random item in the inventory will become sticky. Cleanse Orbs, clearing the dungeon, and, in [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky|Explorers of Sky]], paying {{p|Lickilicky}} at a Secret Bazaar removes stickiness. It will always break after use in [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity|Gates to Infinity]] and later.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| 34
  +
| Stunfisk
  +
| ✗
  +
| ✗
  +
| ✗
  +
| ✗
  +
| ✗
  +
| style="background:#{{Gold color}}" | ✓
  +
| class="l" | In some dungeons, sometimes where the Pokémon {{p|Stunfisk}} is one of the enemy Pokémon that appears on the floors, it can be completely hidden as a floor tile, just like an ordinary trap would. This tile acts like a trap and has a 95% activation rate, just like traps do. Using a {{DL|Wonder Orb|See-Trap Orb}} will have no effect and won't reveal any invisible Stunfisk tiles in rooms. If the player steps on it, it will immediately appear and make the player {{DL|Status conditions in the Mystery Dungeon series|Paralyzed}}. Even though this tile acts like a trap, and even uses an in-game icon of a trap in its info, it's not considered a real trap at all.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| 06
  +
| 04
  +
| 03
  +
| Summon Trap
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Red color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Time color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Sky color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{fire color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{Silver color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{Gold color}}" | ✓
  +
| class="l" | Summons 1-4 wild Pokémon to adjacent tiles. It disappears/breaks after triggering in every game.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| 21
  +
| 20
  +
| Toxic Spikes
  +
| ✗
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Time color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Sky color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{fire color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{Silver color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{Gold color}}" | ✓
  +
| class="l" | Inflicts {{DL|Status conditions in the Mystery Dungeon series|Poison}} and after Explorers, deals damage. Using {{m|Toxic Spikes}} creates the trap and is completely visible. Party doesn't trigger its own traps unless activated through the menu. In {{pkmn|Super Mystery Dungeon}}, Toxic Spikes traps can appear randomly in some dungeons, even without an enemy using the move. And these ones are invisible until stepped on. In [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity|Gates to Infinity]] and later, there's a chance that this trap can be stepped on more than once, it has a 30% chance of breaking when it is set off.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| 25
  +
| Training Switch
  +
| ✗
  +
| ✗
  +
| ✗
  +
| ✗
  +
| style="background:#{{Silver color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{Gold color}}" | ✓
  +
| class="l" | A tile in which will appear in certain dungeons in Gates to Infinity and Super Mystery Dungeon. When stepped on, the party will gain the {{DL|Status conditions in the Mystery Dungeon series|Trained}} status, which causes moves to gain more growth points when used. The status will end when the party moves on to the next floor or leaves the dungeon. Training Switches can only be used once and will always break after being stepped on.
   
* '''Poison Trap''' - Inlficts the [[Status_ailment#Poison|Poison]] condition on any Pokémon who steps on it.
+
Apart from rarely appearing on floors randomly in some dungeons in Gates to Infinity, Training Switches will always appear behind locked doors. However, in certain purchasable DLC dungeons in Gates to Infinity, Training Switches will be more common and will randomly appear on floors.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| 05
  +
| 22
  +
| 22
  +
| Trip Trap
  +
| ✗{{tt|*|It is unused in Red/Blue Rescue Team, but it is found in the game's code and will work if implemented through hacking. Using a Trapper Orb will never create one, either.}}
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Time color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Sky color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{fire color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{Silver color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{Gold color}}" | ✓
  +
| class="l" | Pokémon drops its held item. It will always break after use in [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity|Gates to Infinity]] and later.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| 02
  +
| 06
  +
| 05
  +
| Warp Trap
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Red color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Time color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Sky color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{fire color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{Silver color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{Gold color}}" | ✓
  +
| class="l" | Warps Pokémon to a random regular floor tile. It will always break after use in [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity|Gates to Infinity]] and later.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| 09
  +
| 17
  +
| 16
  +
| Wonder Tile
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Red color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Time color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{MD Sky color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{fire color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{Silver color}}" | ✓
  +
| style="background:#{{Gold color}}" | ✓
  +
| class="l" | Causes any stat changes of the Pokémon stepping on them to be reverted. This tile will never break in any game, regardless of how many times it is stepped on.
  +
|-
  +
!
  +
|}
  +
  +
==Descriptions==<!--please use "<br>" or "<br/>" code at the same areas as in the game's text-->
  +
===Info===
  +
{| class="roundy" style="margin: auto; background: #{{MD color dark}}; border:3px solid #{{MD color light}}; text-align:center"
  +
! style="background:#{{MD color}}; {{roundytl|5px}}" | Name
  +
! style="background:#{{MD color}}" | Game
  +
! style="background:#{{MD color}}; {{roundytr|5px}}" | Description
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| rowspan="4" | Stairs
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|RB}}<br>{{gameabbrevmd|TDS}}
  +
| class="l" | Stairs leading to the next floor.<br>If you are on the final floor, <br>you will escape from the dungeon.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| '''MD'''{{gameabbrevmd|BSL}}
  +
| class="l" | {{tt|つぎのフロアに すすむための かいだん<br>さいごのフロアのばあいは<br>ダンジョンから だっしゅつするぞ!|Stairs leading to the next floor. If you are on the final floor, you will escape from the dungeon.}}
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| class="l" | Stairs leading to the next floor. You won't<br>be able to return to the previous floor,<br>so make sure you're ready to move on.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| class="l" | It's the stairs!<br>You can go to the next floor.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| rowspan="2"|Warp Zone
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|RB}}
  +
| class="l" | The warp zone leading to the next floor.<br>If you are on the final floor, <br>you will escape from the dungeon.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|TDS}}
  +
| class="l" | The warp zone leading to the next floor. If you<br>are on the final floor, you will escape from<br>the dungeon.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Rescue Spot
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|RB}}
  +
| class="l" | You reached the rescue spot where your<br/>friend's team went down!<br/>Send an A-OK Mail from the Pelipper Post<br/>Office to let your friend know you've<br/>rescued the defeated team.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Rescue Point
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|TDS}}
  +
| class="l" | You reached the rescue spot where your<br/>friend's team went down! Send an A-OK Mail to<br/>let your friend know you've rescued the<br/>defeated team.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| rowspan="5" | Wonder Tile
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|RB}}
  +
| class="l" | An odd floor tile seen in many dungeons.<br>Stepping on it resets the<br>Pokémon's {{stat|Attack}}, {{stat|Defense}}, and so on,<br>if they are boosted or reduced.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|TDS}}
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| class="l" | Stepping on this curious floor tile, <br>found in many dungeons, <br>restores the Pokémon's {{stat|Attack}}, {{stat|Defense}}, <br>and other stats to normal levels, <br>whether they're reduced or boosted.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| '''MD'''{{gameabbrevmd|BSL}}
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| class="l" | {{tt|いろんなダンジョンでみかける<br>ふしぎなゆか<br>ふむと こうげき ぼうぎょなどの<br>だんかいが あがっていても<br>さがっていても もとのじょうたいに<br>もどってしまう|Stepping on this curious floor tile, found in many dungeons, restores the Pokémon's Attack, Defense, and other stats to normal levels, whether they're reduced or boosted.}}
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
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| class="l" | Stepping on this curious floor tile, found in<br>many dungeons, restores your <span style="color: skyblue">Attack</span>,<br><span style="color: skyblue">Defense</span>, and other stats to normal levels,<br>whether they're lowered or boosted.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
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| class="l" | Stepping on it resets your <span style="color: skyblue">Attack</span>, <span style="color: skyblue">Sp. Atk</span>,<br><span style="color: skyblue">Defense</span>, <span style="color: skyblue">Sp. Def</span>, <span style="color: skyblue">accuracy</span>, and <span style="color: skyblue">evasiveness</span><br>if any had been changed.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| rowspan="2" | Training Switch
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| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
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| class="l" | Stepping on this trap gives your party<br>the [[Status conditions in the Mystery Dungeon series#Trained| <span style="color: green">Trained</span>]] status.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on it causes your party<br>to be [[Status conditions in the Mystery Dungeon series#Trained|<span style="color: green">trained</span>]].
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| {{tt|Progress Point|The Progress Point tile created from a Progress Device.}}
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| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
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| class="l" | Stepping on it enables you to<br><span style="color: skyblue">save</span> your adventure!<br>You can use it as many times as you'd like.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{tt|Progress Point|The Progress Point tile created from a Progress Device +.}}
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| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
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| class="l" | Stepping on it enables you<br>to <span style="color: skyblue">save</span> your adventure!<br>You can use it as many times as you'd like.<br>Also, even if you are defeated,<br>you won't lose items or [[File:Poké currency VI Sprite.png]].
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| rowspan="2" | Sparkling Floor
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| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| class="l" | An item might be buried under this floor.<br>But be careful--if you go digging for<br>items, an enemy might jump out!
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| class="l" | Something is buried under this floor.<br>Stepping on it makes an item or an enemy<br>Pokémon appear.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Gold Floor
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| class="l" | When you have a [[File:MDBag Glasses V Sprite.png]][[Glasses#Gold Scope|<span style="color: green">Gold Scope</span>]]<br>and step on this floor, you can get a<br> [[File:MDBag Gold Bar V Sprite.png]][[Gold Bar|<span style="color: green">Gold Bar</span>]] .
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| rowspan="1"| Ditto
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
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| class="l" | Wha…?<br>It looks like it will start moving.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| rowspan="1"| Stunfisk
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| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
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| class="l" | Wha…?<br>It looks like it will start moving.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| rowspan="4"| Gust Trap
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|RB}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap triggers a blast<br>of some sort that sends the Pokémon<br/>flying.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|TDS}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap triggers a gust of<br>wind that sends the pokémon flying.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap triggers a gust of<br>wind that sends you flying.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on it sends you flying in<br>a random direction.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| rowspan="4"| Warp Trap
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|RB}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap instantly warps<br>the Pokémon to another spot on the floor.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|TDS}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap warps the<br>Pokémon to another tile on the floor<br/>instantly.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap warps you<br>to another spot on the floor.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on it warps you<br>to somewhere else on the floor.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| rowspan="3" | Pitfall Trap
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|RB}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap drops the Pokémon<br/>to the next floor, inflicting damage.<br/>If it's not the team leader, the Pokémon<br/>faints. If that happens, even a Reviver<br/>Seed can't help the fainted Pokémon.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|TDS}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap flings this<br/>Pokémon to the next floor, which <br/>inflicts damage and makes the Pokémon<br/>faint. The team leader will not faint,<br/>however. Pokémon that faint can't be<br/>helped with a Reviver Seed.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
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| class="l" | Stepping on this trap makes you fall into<br>a deep pit that causes damage and moves<br>you to the next floor. If a Pokémon other<br>than the leader falls, it will faint. The<br>fainted Pokémon can't be helped with a<br> [[File:MDBag Seed V Sprite.png]][[Seed#Reviver Seed|<span style="color: green">Reviver Seed</span>]], so be careful!
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Discord Trap
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on it creates a [[Status conditions in the Mystery Dungeon series#Discord|<span style="color: green">discord</span>]]<br>among your party.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| rowspan="4"| Seal Trap
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|RB}}
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| class="l" | Stepping on this trap disables one<br/>of the Pokémon's moves as long<br/>as it remains on the same floor.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|TDS}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap disables one<br/>of the Pokémon's moves. The effect wears<br/>off when the Pokémon leaves the floor.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap causes the [[Status conditions in the Mystery Dungeon series#Sealed| <span style="color: green">Sealed</span>]]<br>status condition to one of your moves.<br>The effect wears off when you leave<br>the floor.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on it seals one move.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| rowspan="2" | PP-Zero Trap
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| {{gameabbrevmd|RB}}
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| class="l" | Stepping on this trap completely drains<br/>the [[Power Point|PP]] of a random move.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|TDS}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap completely drains<br/>the [[Power Point|PP]] of one of the Pokémon's moves.<br/>The move is randomly chosen.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| rowspan="2" | PP Leech Trap
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap completely drains<br>the <span style="color: skyblue">PP</span> of one of your moves.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on it drains the <span style="color: skyblue">PP</span><br>of <span style="color: skyblue">1</span> of your moves to <span style="color: skyblue">0</span>.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| rowspan="4" | Slow Trap
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|RB}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap lowers<br>the Pokémon's [[Travel Speed|Movement Speed]] by one level.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|TDS}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap reduces the <br>Pokémon's [[Travel Speed|Movement Speed]] by 1 level.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap lowers<br>your <span style="color: skyblue">Travel Speed</span> by 1 level.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on it lowers your [[Travel Speed| <span style="color: green>Travel Speed</span>]].
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| rowspan="5" | Slumber Trap
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|RB}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap releases a sleeping<br/> gas that puts the Pokémon to<br/>{{status|Sleep|sleep}}.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|TDS}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap releases a<br/>gas that causes a {{status|Sleep}} status.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| '''MD'''{{gameabbrevmd|BSL}}
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| class="l" | {{tt|このわなをふむと<br>ねむりガスが ふきだしてきて<br>すいめんじょうたいに たってしまう|Stepping on this trap releases a gas that causes a Sleep status.}}
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap releases a gas<br>that causes the [[Status conditions in the Mystery Dungeon series#Sleep| <span style="color: green">Sleep</span>]] status.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on it makes you [[Status conditions in the Mystery Dungeon series#Sleep|<span style="color: green">sleep</span>]].
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| rowspan="4" | Poison Trap
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| {{gameabbrevmd|RB}}
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| class="l" | Stepping on this trap looses poison<br>spikes that leave the Pokémon {{status|Poison|poisoned}}.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|TDS}}
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| class="l" | Stepping on this trap releases spikes<br>that afflict the Pokémon with a<br/>{{status|Poison|Poisoned}} status condition.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap releases spikes<br>that cause the [[Status conditions in the Mystery Dungeon series#Poisoned| <span style="color: green">Poisoned</span>]] status condition.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on it makes you [[Status conditions in the Mystery Dungeon series#Poisoned|<span style="color: green">poisoned</span>]].
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| rowspan="4"| Spin Trap
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| {{gameabbrevmd|RB}}
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| class="l"| Stepping on this trap spins the Pokémon<br>around dizzyingly, making it<br>{{status|Confusion|confused}}.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| {{gameabbrevmd|TDS}}
  +
| class="l"| Stepping on this trap spins the Pokémon<br>around and makes it dizzy, causing a<br>{{status|Confusion|Confused}} status.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
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| class="l"| Stepping on this trap spins you around<br>and makes you dizzy, causing the<br>[[Status conditions in the Mystery Dungeon series#Confused|<span style="color: green">confused</span>]] status.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on it makes you [[Status conditions in the Mystery Dungeon series#Confused|<span style="color: green">confused</span>]].
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| rowspan="2"| Selfdestruct Trap
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| {{gameabbrevmd|RB}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap makes it explode.<br/>Its damage extends to other Pokémon,<br/>items, and walls around the trap.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|TDS}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap causes an<br/>explosion, damaging all surrounding<br/>Pokémon, items, and walls.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| rowspan="2"| Explosion Trap
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|RB}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap triggers a<br/>huge explosion.<br/>Its damage extends to other Pokémon,<br/>items, and walls. It has a bigger<br/>range than a Selfdestruct Trap.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|TDS}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap causes a<br/>huge explosion, damaging all surrounding<br/>Pokémon, items, and walls. It has a<br/>range that is much wider than a<br/>Selfdestruct Trap.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| rowspan="2" | Blast Trap
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| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
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| class="l" | Stepping on this trap causes an <span style="color: skyblue">explosion</span><br>that damages all nearby Pokémon and items.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on it causes a blast.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| rowspan="2" | Big Blast Trap
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| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap causes a<br><span style="color: skyblue">huge explosion</span> that damages all<br>nearby Pokémon and items.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on it causes a huge blast.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| rowspan="2"|Chestnut Trap
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| {{gameabbrevmd|RB}}
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| class="l" | Stepping on this trap makes a spiky,<br/>unshelled Chestnut drop, inflicting<br/> damage.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|TDS}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap makes spiky<br/>Chestnuts fall, inflicting damage on the<br/>Pokémon.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| rowspan="2" | Spiky Trap
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap damages you<br>with its spikes.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on it damages you.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| rowspan="4" |Summon Trap
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| {{gameabbrevmd|RB}}
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| class="l" | Stepping on this trap releases a sweet<br>aroma that attracts Pokémon from afar.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|TDS}}
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| class="l" | Stepping on this trap releases a sweet<br>aroma that attracts Pokémon from<br/>afar.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
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| class="l" | Stepping on this trap releases a sweet<br>aroma that attracts Pokémon from afar.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on it causes enemy Pokémon<br>to appear near you.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| rowspan="3" | Grudge Trap
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| {{gameabbrevmd|S}}
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| class="l" | Stepping on this trap causes enemy<br/>Pokémon to appear, surrounding the<br/>Pokémon. It affects all Pokémon on<br/>the floor with a {{m|Grudge}} status effect.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap causes enemy<br>Pokémon to appear near you.<br>Also, enemy Pokémon on the floor will get<br>the [[Status conditions in the Mystery Dungeon series#Grudge| <span style="color: green">Grudge</span>]] status condition.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on it causes enemy Pokémon to<br>hold a [[Status conditions in the Mystery Dungeon series#Grudge|<span style="color: green">grudge</span>]] and come for you.<br>Also, the <span style="color: skyblue">PP</span> of the move you used on an enemy<br>with a [[Status conditions in the Mystery Dungeon series#Grudge|<span style="color: green">grudge</span>]] will be <span style="color: skyblue">0</span>!
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| rowspan="4" | Pokémon Trap
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| {{gameabbrevmd|RB}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap transforms all<br/>items in the room into hostile Pokémon.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|TDS}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap transforms all<br/>items in the same room into enemy<br/>Pokémon.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap transforms all items<br>in the same room into Pokémon.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on it transforms items on the<br>floor of the room into enemy Pokémon.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| rowspan="3" | Trip Trap
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| {{gameabbrevmd|TDS}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap makes the<br>Pokémon trip and drop its held item.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap makes you trip and<br>drop your held item.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on it makes you drop your held item.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| rowspan="3" | Sticky Trap
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| {{gameabbrevmd|RB}}<br/>{{gameabbrevmd|TDS}}
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| class="l" | Stepping on this trap makes a random<br>item become sticky and unusable.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap makes a random item<br>become sticky and unusable.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| class="l" | If the leader steps on it, an item in the<br>Bag becomes sticky.<br>If a Pokémon other than the leader steps on it,<br>the Pokémon's held item becomes sticky.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| rowspan="4" |Mud Trap
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| {{gameabbrevmd|RB}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap makes it blow<br/>mud that lowers the Pokémon's {{stat|Attack}},<br/>{{stat|Defense}}, {{stat|Special Attack}}, or<br/>{{stat|Special Defense}} by one level.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|TDS}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap makes it spew<br/>mud that reduces the Pokémon's {{stat|Attack}},<br/>{{stat|Defense}}, {{stat|Special Attack}}, or {{stat|Special Defense|Special}}<br/>{{stat|Special Defense|Defense}} by 3 levels.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap makes it spew mud<br>that lowers the Pokémon's <span style="color: skyblue">Attack</span>,<br><span style="color: skyblue">Defense</span>, <span style="color: skyblue">Special Attack</span>, or<br><span style="color: skyblue">Special Defense</span> a lot.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on it lowers your <span style="color: skyblue">Attack</span>, <span style="color: skyblue">Defense</span>,<br><span style="color: skyblue">Sp. Atk</span>, or <span style="color: skyblue">Sp. Def</span>.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| rowspan="4" | Grimy Trap
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|RB}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap makes it spew<br/>muck that gums up food.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|TDS}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap makes it spew<br/>muck that gunks up food.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap makes it spew a<br>filthy grime that covers your food. Yuck!
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| class="l" | If the leader steps on it, food in the Bag<br>will become [[File:MDBag Grimy Food VI Sprite.png]][[Food (Mystery Dungeon)#Grimy Food|<span style="color: green">Grimy Food</span>]].<br>If a Pokémon other than the leader steps on it,<br>it's held item will become [[File:MDBag Grimy Food VI Sprite.png]][[Food (Mystery Dungeon)#Grimy Food|<span style="color: green">Grimy Food</span>]].
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Apple Trap
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on it changes an item in the<br>Bag to a [[File:MDBag Apple Fresh VI Sprite.png]][[Food (Mystery Dungeon)#Big Apple|<span style="color: green">Big Apple</span>]].
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Hunger Trap
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on it makes you hungry!
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Emera-Swap Trap
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on it swaps an emera on a [[File:MDBag Looplet 1 VI Sprite.png]]looplet<br>for another emera.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Emera-Crush Trap
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on it causes an emera on<br>a [[File:MDBag Looplet 1 VI Sprite.png]]looplet to come off a disappear.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| rowspan="2"|Spiked Tile
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|RB}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap inflicts damage.<br/>It can be made using the move {{m|Spikes}}.
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|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|TDS}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap, which is made<br/>with the {{m|Spikes}} move, inflicts damage<br/>on the Pokémon.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Spikes
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on it damages you.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| rowspan="3" | Toxic Spikes
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|TDS}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap inflicts damage<br/>and causes a {{status|Poison|Poisoned}}<br/>status. This trap is made with the<br/>{{m|Toxic Spikes}} move.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap damages you and<br>causes the [[Status conditions in the Mystery Dungeon series#Poisoned| <span style="color: green">Poisoned</span>]] status.<br>This trap is made by using the<br>[[Toxic Spikes (move)| <span style="color: green">Toxic Spikes</span>]] move.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on it damages you and<br>makes you [[Status conditions in the Mystery Dungeon series#Poisoned|<span style="color: green">poisoned</span>]].
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| rowspan="3" | Stealth Rock
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|TDS}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap, which is made<br/>with the {{m|Stealth Rock}} move, inflicts<br/>damage on the Pokémon!<br/>The trap is invisible when created!
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on this trap damages you.<br>This trap is made using the<br>[[Stealth Rock (move)| <span style="color: green">Stealth Rock</span>]] move.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| class="l" | Stepping on it damages you with<br>a Rock-type move.
  +
|-
  +
| style="background:#FFF; {{roundybl|5px}}" rowspan="3" | Random Trap
  +
| style="background:#FFF" | {{gameabbrevmd|S}}
  +
| style="background:#FFF" class="l" | Stepping on this trap releases the same<br/>effect as another trap appearing<br/>on the floor. Also, this trap affects<br/>everyone in the party!
  +
|-
  +
| style="background:#FFF" | {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| style="background:#FFF" class="l" | Stepping on this trap releases the same<br>effect as another trap appearing on<br>the floor. Also, this trap affects your<br>entire party!
  +
|-
  +
| style="background:#FFF" | {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| style="background:#FFF; {{roundybr|5px}}" class="l" | Stepping on it has a random effect<br>on your party!<br>Who knows what kind of effect<br>it may have?
  +
|}
  +
  +
===Adventure Hint===<!--use colspan in the table to add more lines-->
  +
{| class="roundy" style="margin: auto; background: #{{MD color dark}}; border:3px solid #{{MD color light}}; text-align:center"
  +
! style="background:#{{MD color}}; {{roundytl|5px}}" | Name
  +
! style="background:#{{MD color}}" | Game
  +
! style="background:#{{MD color}}; {{roundytr|5px}}" | Description
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| rowspan="2"| Wonder Tile
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| This is a [[File:IconTileGTI.png]]Wonder Tile. If your stats<br>have been lowered by moves such as<br>[[Growl (move)|<span style="color: green">Growl</span>]] or [[Tail Whip (move)|<span style="color: green">Tail Whip</span>]], stepping<br>on this will return them to normal.<br>But watch out! Any raised stats<br>will also be returned to normal.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| If your stats are lowered by a trap or by an<br>enemy's move, walk over a [[File:IconTileSMD.png]]<span style="color: green">Wonder Tile</span><br>to restore them to normal.<br>But watch out! Any raised stats will<br>also be returned to normal!
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| rowspan="2" | Training Switch
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| This is a [[File:IconTileGTI.png]]Training Switch.<br>Step on it, and moves that you and your<br>party members use will power up more<br>quickly while on this floor!
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| This is a [[File:IconTileSMD.png]]<span style="color: green">Training Switch</span>.<br>Step on it, and your moves that you and your<br>teammates use will power up more<br>quickly while on this floor!
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| rowspan="2" | Gust Trap
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| It's a [[File:IconTrapGTI.png]]Gust Trap!<br>The Pokémon that steps on this trap will<br>be blown away! If it gets blown on top of<br>a crag or into the water, the Pokémon will<br>be warped somewhere.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| It's a [[File:IconTrapSMD.png]]<span style="color: green">Gust Trap</span>!<br>The Pokémon that steps on this trap will<br>be blown away! If it gets blown to<br>somewhere it can't land, such as on top of<br>a crag or in the water, the Pokémon will<br>be warped somewhere else.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| rowspan="2" | Warp Trap
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| It's a [[File:IconTrapGTI.png]]Warp Trap!<br><br>If you get separated from a party member,<br>try switching that party member's tactics<br>to "Wait there." This will make it easier<br>for you to regroup.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| It's a [[File:IconTrapSMD.png]]<span style="color: green">Warp Trap</span>!<br>The Pokémon that steps on this trap will<br>be warped away! If you get separated from<br>a teammate, try switching that teammate's<br>tactics to Wait there. This will make it<br>easier for you to regroup.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Pitfall Trap
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| It's a [[File:IconTrapGTI.png]]Pitfall Trap!<br>The Pokémon that steps on this trap will<br>fall down to the next floor!<br>If a party member falls, you'll be separated!<br>You'll have to return to Quagsire Assembly<br>to choose the party member again.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| rowspan="2" | Seal Trap
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| It's a [[File:IconTrapGTI.png]]Seal Trap!<br>The Pokémon that steps on this trap will<br>be unable to use one of its moves!<br>Move on to the next floor, or use a<br>[[File:MDBag Seed V Sprite.png]]Heal Seed to return to normal.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| It's a [[File:IconTrapSMD.png]]<span style="color: green">Seal Trap</span>!<br>The Pokémon that steps on this trap will<br>be unable to use <span style="color: skyblue">1</span> move!<br>To return to normal, move on to the next<br>floor or use a [[File:MDBag Seed VI Sprite.png]][[Seed#Heal Seed|<span style="color: green">Heal Seed</span>]].
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| rowspan="2" | PP Leech Trap
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| It's a [[File:IconTrapGTI.png]]PP Leech Trap!<br>If a Pokémon steps on this trap,<br>the <span style="color: skyblue">PP</span> of one of its moves will be<br>reduced to 0!
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| It's a [[File:IconTrapSMD.png]]<span style="color: green">PP Leech Trap</span>!<br>If a Pokémon steps on this trap, the <span style="color: skyblue">PP</span> of<br><span style="color: skyblue">1</span> move will be reduced to <span style="color: skyblue">0</span>!
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| rowspan="2"| Slow Trap
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| It's a [[File:IconTrapGTI.png]]Slow Trap!<br>The Pokémon that steps on this trap<br>will have it's Speed lowered temporarily!
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| It's a [[File:IconTrapSMD.png]]<span style="color: green">Slow Trap</span>!<br>The Pokémon that steps on this trap<br>will become [[Status conditions in the Mystery Dungeon series#Slow|<span style="color: green">slow</span>]], and it's<br>[[Travel Speed|<span style="color: green">Travel Speed</span>]] will go down temporarily!
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| rowspan="2" | Slumber Trap
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| It's a [[File:IconTrapGTI.png]]Slumber Trap!<br>The Pokémon that steps on this trap<br>will temporarily fall asleep!
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| It's a [[File:IconTrapSMD.png]]<span style="color: green">Slumber Trap</span>!<br>The Pokémon that steps on this trap<br>will get the [[Status conditions in the Mystery Dungeon series#Sleep|<span style="color: green">sleep</span>]] status<br>and fall asleep!
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| rowspan="2" | Poison Trap
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| It's a [[File:IconTrapGTI.png]]Poison Trap!<br>The Pokémon that steps on this trap will<br>become Poisoned!
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| It's a [[File:IconTrapSMD.png]]<span style="color: green">Poison Trap</span>!<br>The Pokémon that steps on this trap<br>will become [[Status conditions in the Mystery Dungeon series#Poisoned|<span style="color: green">poisoned</span>]]!
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| rowspan="2"| Spin Trap
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| It's a [[File:IconTrapGTI.png]]Spin Trap!<br>The Pokémon that steps on this trap<br>will become confused!
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| It's a [[File:IconTrapSMD.png]]<span style="color: green">Spin Trap</span>!<br>The Pokémon that steps on this trap<br>will become [[Status conditions in the Mystery Dungeon series#Confused|<span style="color: green">confused</span>]]!
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| rowspan="2" | Blast Trap
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| It's a [[File:IconTrapGTI.png]]Blast Trap!<br>If a Pokémon steps on this trap, the trap<br>will explode, damaging nearby Pokémon!<br>Nearby items on the ground will be<br>destroyed and disappear, too!
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| It's a [[File:IconTrapSMD.png]]<span style="color: green">Blast Trap</span>!<br>If a Pokémon steps on this trap, the trap<br>will explode, damaging nearby Pokémon!<br>Nearby items on the ground will be<br>destroyed and will disappear!
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| rowspan="2" | Big Blast Trap
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| It's a [[File:IconTrapGTI.png]]Big Blast Trap!<br>If a Pokémon steps on this trap,<br>a big explosion will occur, damaging all<br>nearby Pokémon!<br>Nearby items on the ground will be<br>destroyed and disappear, too!
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| It's a [[File:IconTrapSMD.png]]<span style="color: green">Big Blast Trap</span>!<br>If a Pokémon steps on this trap,<br>a big explosion will occur, damaging<br>all nearby Pokémon!<br>Nearby items on the ground will be<br>destroyed and will disappear!
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| rowspan="2" | Spiky Trap
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| It's a [[File:IconTrapGTI.png]]Spiky Trap!<br>The Pokémon that steps on this trap will<br>take damage!
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| It's a [[File:IconTrapSMD.png]]<span style="color: green">Spiky Trap</span>!<br>The Pokémon that steps on<br>this trap will take damage!
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| rowspan="2" | Summon Trap
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| It's a [[File:IconTrapGTI.png]]Summon Trap!<br>An enemy Pokémon will appear close to<br>the Pokémon that steps on this trap!
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| It's a [[File:IconTrapSMD.png]]<span style="color: green">Summon Trap</span>!<br>An enemy Pokémon will appear close to<br>the Pokémon that steps on this trap!
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| rowspan="3" | Grudge Trap
  +
| rowspan="2" | {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| Oh no! It's a [[File:IconTrapGTI.png]]Grudge Trap!<br>All of the enemies on this floor will gain<br>the Grudge status!
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| If you defeat an enemy with the<br>Grudge status,<br>the <span style="color: skyblue">PP</span> of the move last used will be<br>reduced to <span style="color: skyblue">0</span>!<br>It might be a good idea to run through this<br>floor without fighting!
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| Enemies on the entire floor will hold a<br>[[Status conditions in the Mystery Dungeon series#Grudge|<span style="color: green">grudge</span>]] and come for you!<br>The <span style="color: skyblue">PP</span> of the move you used on an enemy<br>with a [[Status conditions in the Mystery Dungeon series#Grudge|<span style="color: green">grudge</span>]] will be <span style="color: skyblue">0</span>!
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| rowspan="2" | Pokémon Trap
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| It's a [[File:IconTrapGTI.png]]Pokémon Trap!<br>If a Pokémon steps on this trap, an item on<br>the ground in the room will turn into<br>an enemy Pokémon!
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| It's a [[File:IconTrapSMD.png]]<span style="color: green">Pokémon Trap</span>!<br>If a Pokémon steps on this trap, items<br>on the ground in the room will transform<br>into enemy Pokémon!
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| rowspan="2" | Trip Trap
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| It's a [[File:IconTrapGTI.png]]Trip Trap!<br>The Pokémon that steps on this trap will<br>drop its held item on the ground!
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| It's a [[File:IconTrapSMD.png]]<span style="color: green">Trip Trap</span>!<br>The Pokémon that steps on this trap<br>will drop it's held item onto the ground!
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| rowspan="2" | Sticky Trap
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| It's a [[File:IconTrapGTI.png]]Sticky Trap!<br>If a Pokémon steps on this trap, one of its<br>items will get all sticky and become<br>unusable! Either leave the dungeon, or use<br>a [[File:MDBag Wonder Orb V Sprite.png]]Cleanse Orb to return to normal.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| It's a [[File:IconTrapSMD.png]]<span style="color: green">Sticky Trap</span>! If a Pokémon steps<br>on this trap, <span style="color: skyblue">1</span> item will get sticky<br>and become unusable!<br>Either leave the dungeon or use a<br>[[File:MDBag Wonder Orb VI Sprite.png]][[Wonder Orb#Cleanse Orb|<span style="color: green">Cleanse Orb</span>]] to return to normal.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| rowspan="2" | Mud Trap
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| It's a [[File:IconTrapGTI.png]]Mud Trap!<br>The Pokémon that steps on this trap will<br>have it's stats lowered.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| It's a [[File:IconTrapSMD.png]]<span style="color: green">Mud Trap</span>!<br>The Pokémon that steps on this trap<br>will have it's <span style="color: skyblue">Attack</span>, <span style="color: skyblue">Sp. Atk</span>,<br><span style="color: skyblue">Defense</span>, or <span style="color: skyblue">Sp. Def</span> lowered.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| rowspan="2" | Grimy Trap
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| It's a [[File:IconTrapGTI.png]]Grimy Trap!<br>Any [[File:MDBag Apple V Sprite.png]]Apple inside your Bag<br>may turn into [[File:MDBag Grimy Food V Sprite.png]]Grimy Food.<br>Eat it and something bad will happen.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| It's a [[File:IconTrapSMD.png]]<span style="color: green">Grimy Trap</span>!<br>Any food item inside your Bag, such as an<br>[[File:MDBag Apple Fresh VI Sprite.png]][[Food (Mystery Dungeon)#Apple|<span style="color: green">Apple</span>]], may turn into [[File:MDBag Grimy Food VI Sprite.png]][[Food (Mystery Dungeon)#Grimy Food|<span style="color: green">Grimy Food</span>]].<br>If you eat it, something bad will happen.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Apple Trap
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| It's an [[File:IconTrapSMD.png]]<span style="color: green">Apple Trap</span>!<br>If you step on it, <span style="color: skyblue">1</span> item in your Bag<br>will become a [[File:MDBag Apple Fresh VI Sprite.png]][[Food (Mystery Dungeon)#Big Apple|<span style="color: green">Big Apple</span>]]!
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Hunger Trap
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| It's a [[File:IconTrapSMD.png]]<span style="color: green">Hunger Trap</span>!<br>Your {{stat|Belly|<span style="color: skyblue">Belly</span>}} will become empty!
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Emera-Swap Trap
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| It's an [[File:IconTrapSMD.png]]<span style="color: green">Emera-Swap Trap</span>! If you step on it,<br>an emera set into a [[File:MDBag Looplet 1 VI Sprite.png]]looplet will be<br>replaced with another emera!
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Emera-Crush Trap
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| It's an [[File:IconTrapSMD.png]]<span style="color: green">Emera-Crush Trap</span>!<br>If you step on it, an emera set into<br>a [[File:MDBag Looplet 1 VI Sprite.png]]looplet will drop off and disappear!
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Spikes
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| It's a [[File:IconTrapSMD.png]]<span style="color: green">Spikes</span> trap!<br>The Pokémon that steps on it<br>will take damage!
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| rowspan="2" | Toxic Spikes
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| It's a [[File:IconTrapGTI.png]]Toxic Spikes!<br>The Pokémon that steps on this trap will<br>take damage and also become<br>Poisoned!
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| It's a [[File:IconTrapSMD.png]]<span style="color: green">Toxic Spikes</span> trap!<br>The Pokémon that steps on this trap will<br>take damage and also become<br>[[Status conditions in the Mystery Dungeon series#Poisoned|<span style="color: green">poisoned</span>]]!
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| rowspan="2" | Stealth Rock
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| It's a [[File:IconTrapGTI.png]]Stealth Rock!<br>The Pokémon that steps on this trap will<br>take damage!<br>If the Pokémon is weak against Rock,<br>the damage will be greater.
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| It's a [[File:IconTrapSMD.png]]<span style="color: green">Stealth Rock</span> trap! The Pokémon<br>that steps on this trap will take damage!<br>If the Pokémon is weak against Rock-type<br>moves, the damage will be greater.
  +
|-
  +
| style="background:#FFF; {{roundybl|5px}}" rowspan="2" | Random Trap
  +
| style="background:#FFF" | {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
| style="background:#FFF" | It's a [[File:IconTrapGTI.png]]Random Trap!<br>Who knows what kind of effect<br>it will have?
  +
|-
  +
| style="background:#FFF" | {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
| style="background:#FFF; {{roundybr|5px}}" | It's a [[File:IconTrapSMD.png]]<span style="color: green">Random Trap</span>!<br>If a Pokémon steps on it, a random thing<br>will happen to you and your teammates.<br>Who knows what kind of effect<br>it may have?
  +
|}
  +
  +
==Appearance==
  +
{| class="roundy" style="margin: auto; background: #{{MD color dark}}; border:3px solid #{{MD color light}}; text-align:center"
  +
! style="background:#{{MD color}}; {{roundytl|5px}}" | Tile
  +
! style="background:#{{MD color}}" | {{gameabbrevmd|RB}} & {{gameabbrevmd|TDS}}
  +
! style="background:#{{MD color}}" | {{gameabbrevmd|BSL}}
  +
! style="background:#{{MD color}}" | {{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}
  +
! style="background:#{{MD color}}; {{roundytr|5px}}" | {{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Stairs
  +
| [[File:StairsUp.png]][[File:StairsDown.png]][[File:StairsDisabled.png]]
  +
|
  +
| [[File:StairsUpGTI.png]]<br>[[File:StairsUpOrangeGTI.png]][[File:StairsDownOrangeGTI.png]]
  +
| [[File:StairsUpSMD.png]][[File:StairsDownSMD.png]]
  +
|- style="background:#FFF
  +
| Warp Zone
  +
| [[File:WarpTrap.png]]
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| &mdash;
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Wonder Tile
  +
| [[File:WonderTile.png]]
  +
| [[File:WonderTileBSL.png]]
  +
| [[File:WonderTileGTI.png]]
  +
| [[File:WonderTileSMD.png]]
  +
|- style="background:#FFF
  +
| Training Switch
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| [[File:TrainingSwitchGTI.png]]
  +
| [[File:TrainingSwitchSMD.png]]
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Rescue Spot{{sup/md|RB}}<br/>Rescue Point{{sup/md|TDS}}
  +
| [[File:RescuePoint.png]]
  +
|
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| &mdash;
  +
|- style="background:#FFF
  +
| {{tt|Progress Point|The Progress Point tile created from a Progress Device.}}
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| [[File:ProgressPoint1SMD.png]]
  +
|- style="background:#FFF
  +
| {{tt|Progress Point|The Progress Point tile created from a Progress Device +.}}
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| [[File:ProgressPoint2SMD.png]]
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Sparkling Floor
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| [[File:SparklingFloorGTI.png]]
  +
| [[File:SparklingFloorSMD.png]]
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Gold Floor
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| [[File:GoldFloorGTI.png]]
  +
|
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Carpet
  +
| [[File:KecleonCarpet.png]]
  +
| [[File:KecleonCarpet1aBSL.png]]
  +
| [[File:KecleonCarpetGTI.png]]
  +
| [[File:KecleonCarpetSMD.png]]
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Gust Trap
  +
| [[File:GustTrap.png]]
  +
| [[File:GustTrapBSL.png]]
  +
| [[File:GustTrapGTI.png]]
  +
| [[File:GustTrapSMD.png]]
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Warp Trap
  +
| [[File:WarpTrap.png]]
  +
| [[File:WarpTrapBSL.png]]
  +
| [[File:WarpTrapGTI.png]]
  +
| [[File:WarpTrapSMD.png]]
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Pitfall Trap{{tt|*|A model exists in Super Mystery Dungeon though the trap is not used}}
  +
| [[File:PitfallTrap.png]]
  +
| [[File:PitfallTrapBSL.png]]
  +
| [[File:PitfallTrapGTI.png]]
  +
| [[File:PitfallTrapSMD.png]]
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Discord Trap
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| [[File:DiscordTrapSMD.png]]
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Seal Trap
  +
| [[File:SealTrap.png]]
  +
| [[File:SealTrapBSL.png]]
  +
| [[File:SealTrapGTI.png]]
  +
| [[File:SealTrapSMD.png]]
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| PP-Zero Trap{{sup/md|RB}}{{sup/md|TDS}}<br>PP Leech Trap{{sup/md|GTI}}{{sup/md|SMD}}
  +
| [[File:PP-ZeroTrap.png]]
  +
| [[File:PP-ZeroTrapBSL.png]]
  +
| [[File:PPLeechTrapGTI.png]]
  +
| [[File:PPLeechTrapSMD.png]]
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Slow Trap
  +
| [[File:SlowTrap.png]]
  +
| [[File:SlowTrapBSL.png]]
  +
| [[File:SlowTrapGTI.png]]
  +
| [[File:SlowTrapSMD.png]]
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Slumber Trap
  +
| [[File:SlumberTrap.png]]
  +
| [[File:SlumberTrapBSL.png]]
  +
| [[File:SlumberTrapGTI.png]]
  +
| [[File:SlumberTrapSMD.png]]
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Poison Trap
  +
| [[File:PoisonTrap.png]]
  +
| [[File:PoisonTrapBSL.png]]
  +
| [[File:PoisonTrapGTI.png]]
  +
| [[File:PoisonTrapSMD.png]]
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Spin Trap
  +
| [[File:SpinTrap.png]]
  +
| [[File:SpinTrapBSL.png]]
  +
| [[File:SpinTrapGTI.png]]
  +
| [[File:SpinTrapSMD.png]]
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Selfdestruct Trap
  +
| [[File:SelfdestructTrap.png]]
  +
| [[File:SelfdestructTrapBSL.png]]
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| &mdash;
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Explosion Trap
  +
| [[File:ExplosionTrap.png]]
  +
| [[File:ExplosionTrapBSL.png]]
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| &mdash;
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Blast Trap
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| [[File:BlastTrapGTI.png]]
  +
| [[File:BlastTrapSMD.png]]
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Big Blast Trap
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| [[File:BigBlastTrapGTI.png]]
  +
| [[File:BigBlastTrapSMD.png]]
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Chestnut Trap
  +
| [[File:ChestnutTrap.png]]
  +
| [[File:ChestnutTrapBSL.png]]
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| &mdash;
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Spiky Trap
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| [[File:SpikyTrapGTI.png]]
  +
| [[File:SpikyTrapSMD.png]]
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Sticky Trap
  +
| [[File:StickyTrap.png]]
  +
| [[File:StickyTrapBSL.png]]
  +
| [[File:StickyTrapGTI.png]]
  +
| [[File:StickyTrapSMD.png]]
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Mud Trap
  +
| [[File:MudTrap.png]]
  +
| [[File:MudTrapBSL.png]]
  +
| [[File:MudTrapGTI.png]]
  +
| [[File:MudTrapSMD.png]]
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Grimy Trap
  +
| [[File:GrimyTrap.png]]
  +
| [[File:GrimyTrapBSL.png]]
  +
| [[File:GrimyTrapGTI.png]]
  +
| [[File:GrimyTrapSMD.png]]
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Apple Trap
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| [[File:AppleTrapSMD.png]]
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Hunger Trap
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| [[File:HungerTrapSMD.png]]
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Summon Trap
  +
| [[File:SummonTrap.png]]
  +
| [[File:SummonTrapBSL.png]]
  +
| [[File:SummonTrapGTI.png]]
  +
| [[File:SummonTrapSMD.png]]
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Grudge Trap
  +
| [[File:GrudgeTrap.png]]
  +
| [[File:GrudgeTrapBSL.png]]
  +
| [[File:GrudgeTrapGTI.png]]
  +
| [[File:GrudgeTrapSMD.png]]
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Pokémon Trap
  +
| [[File:PokémonTrap.png]]
  +
| [[File:PokémonTrapBSL.png]]
  +
| [[File:PokémonTrapGTI.png]]
  +
| [[File:PokémonTrapSMD.png]]
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Trip Trap
  +
| [[File:TripTrap.png]]
  +
| [[File:TripTrapBSL.png]]
  +
| [[File:TripTrapGTI.png]]
  +
| [[File:TripTrapSMD.png]]
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Emera-Swap Trap
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| [[File:Emera-SwapTrapSMD.png]]
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Emera-Crush Trap
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| [[File:Emera-CrushTrapSMD.png]]
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Spiked Tile{{sup/md|RB}}{{sup/md|TDS}}<br>Spikes{{sup/md|SMD}}
  +
| [[File:SpikedTile.png]]
  +
| [[File:SpikedTileBSL.png]]
  +
| &mdash;
  +
| [[File:SpikesSMD.png]]
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Toxic Spikes
  +
| [[File:ToxicSpikes.png]]
  +
| [[File:ToxicSpikesBSL.png]]
  +
| [[File:ToxicSpikesGTI.png]]
  +
| [[File:ToxicSpikesSMD.png]]
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Stealth Rock
  +
| [[File:StealthRock.png]]
  +
| [[File:StealthRockBSL.png]]
  +
| [[File:StealthRockGTI.png]]
  +
| [[File:StealthRockSMD.png]]
  +
|-
  +
| style="background:#FFF; {{roundybl|5px}}"| Random Trap
  +
| style="background:#FFF"| [[File:RandomTrap.png]]
  +
| style="background:#FFF"| [[File:RandomTrapBSL.png]]
  +
| style="background:#FFF"| [[File:RandomTrapGTI.png]]
  +
| style="background:#FFF; {{roundybr|5px}}"| [[File:RandomTrapSMD.png]]
  +
|}
  +
  +
==In other languages==
  +
Note: Since [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky]] and later games were never released in South Korea, many names of dungeon tiles that appeared in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky and later were never localized in Korean. These have been marked with a <code>—</code>.
  +
{| class="roundy sortable" style="width: 100%; text-align: center; border: 2px solid #{{MD color light}}; background: #{{MD color dark}}"
  +
! style="background-color:#{{MD color}}; {{roundytl|5px}}" | English
  +
! style="background:#{{MD color}}" | {{flag|Japan|Japanese|20px}} Japanese
  +
! style="background:#{{MD color}}" | {{flag|France|20px}} French
  +
! style="background:#{{MD color}}" | {{flag|Germany|20px}} German
  +
! style="background:#{{MD color}}" | {{flag|Italy|20px}} Italian
  +
! style="background:#{{MD color}}" | {{flag|Spain|20px}} Spanish
  +
! style="background:#{{MD color}}; {{roundytr|5px}}" | {{flag|South Korea|20px}} Korean
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Wonder Tile || {{tt|ふしぎなゆか|Wonder Tile}} || Case Miracle || Wunder-Feld || Mattomagica || Baldosa Mágica || {{tt|이상한 마루|Strange Tile}}
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Training Switch || {{tt|たんれんスイッチ|Training Switch}} || Bachopiège{{sup/md|GTI}}<br>Piège Bachotage{{sup/md|SMD}} || Trainingsschalter || Interruttore Addestramento || Baldosa Práctica || &mdash;
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Stairs || {{tt|かいだん|Stairs}} || Escalier{{sup/md|RB}}{{sup/md|TDS}}<br>Escaliers{{sup/md|GTI}}{{sup/md|SMD}} || Treppe || Scale || Escaleras{{sup/md|RB}}{{sup/md|TDS}}<br>escaleras{{sup/md|GTI}}{{sup/md|SMD}} || {{tt|계단|Stairs}}
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Warp Zone || {{tt|ワープゾーン|Warp Zone}} || Téléporteur || Warp-Feld || Zona teletrasporto || Telepuerto || {{tt|워프 포인트|Warp Point}}
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Rescue Spot{{sup/md|RB}}<br/>Rescue Point{{sup/md|TDS}} || {{tt|きゅうじょちてん|Rescue Point}} || Point de secours || Rettungszone || Punto SOS || Punto de rescate ||
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Progress Point || {{tt|きろくポイント|Record Point}} || Point de Sauvegarde || Speicherpunkt || Punto Salvadati || Punto de Guardado || &mdash;
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Carpet || {{tt|カーペット|Carpet}} || Tapis || Teppich || Tappeto || Alfombra || {{tt|카펫|Carpet}}
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Sparkling Floor || {{tt|キラキラゆか|Sparkling Floor}} || Sol Brillant || Leuchtboden || Suolo Brillante || Baldosa Brillante || &mdash;
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Gold Floor || {{tt|おうごんゆか|Gold Floor}} || Sol Doré || Goldboden || Suolo Dorato || Baldosa Dorada || &mdash;
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Stunfisk || {{tt|マッギョ|Maggyo}} || Limonde || Flunschlik-Falle || Stunfisk || Stunfisk || &mdash;
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Ditto || {{tt|メタモン|Metamon}} || Métamorph || Ditto-Falle || Ditto || Ditto || &mdash;
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Chestnut Trap || {{tt|イガグリスイッチ|Burr Switch}} || Piège Châtaigne || Kastanien-Falle || Castagnotrappola || Trampa Castañazo || {{tt|밤송이 스위치|Chestnut Switch}}
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Spiky Trap || {{tt|トゲトゲのワナ|Spiky Trap}} || Piège Barbelé || Kastanien-Falle || Spinetrappola || Trampa Púas || &mdash;
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Pitfall Trap || {{tt|おとしあな|Pitfall}} || Piège Trappe || Gruben-Falle || Precipitotrappola || Trampa Trampilla || {{tt|구멍함정|Pit Trap}}{{sup/md|B}}<br>{{tt|빠뜨리기 구멍|Vanish Pit}}{{sup/md|TD}}
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Grudge Trap || {{tt|おんねんスイッチ|Grudge Switch}}{{sup/md|S}}<br>{{tt|おんねんのワナ|Grudge Trap}}{{sup/md|SMD}} || Piège Rancune || Nachspiel-Falle{{sup/md|RB}}{{sup/md|TDS}}<br>Groll-Falle{{sup/md|GTI}}{{sup/md|SMD}} || Rancortrappola || Trampa Rabia || &mdash;
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Sticky Trap || {{tt|くっつきスイッチ|Sticky Switch}}{{sup/md|RB}}{{sup/md|TDS}}<br>{{tt|くっつきのワナ|Sticky Trap}}{{sup/md|GTI}}{{sup/md|SMD}} || Piège Glu || Klebe-Falle || Viscidotrappola || Trampa Pegajosa || {{tt|끈적끈적 스위치|Sticky Switch}}
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Spin Trap || {{tt|ぐるぐるスイッチ|Round and Round Switch}}{{sup/md|RB}}{{sup/md|TDS}}<br>{{tt|ぐるぐるのワナ|Round and Round Trap}}{{sup/md|GTI}}{{sup/md|SMD}} || Piège Tournis || Schwindel-Falle || Storditrappola || Trampa Rotatoria || {{tt|빙글빙글 스위치|Round and Round Switch}}
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Trip Trap || {{tt|ころびスイッチ|Fall Switch}}{{sup/md|RB}}{{sup/md|TDS}}<br>{{tt|ころばせのワナ|Tripping Trap}}{{sup/md|GTI}}{{sup/md|SMD}} || Croche-Piège || Stolper-Falle || Inciampotrappola || Trampa Tropezón || {{tt|데굴데굴 스위치|Falling Switch}}
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Selfdestruct Trap || {{tt|じばくスイッチ|Selfdestruct Switch}} || Piège Voltomine || Spreng-Falle || Scoppiotrappola || Trampa Autodestr. || {{tt|자폭 스위치|Selfdestruct Switch}}
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Blast Trap || {{tt|ばくはのワナ|Blast Trap}} || Piège Explosif || Spreng-Falle || Scoppiotrappola || Trampa Explosiva || &mdash;
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Poison Trap || {{tt|どくばりスイッチ|Poison Switch}}{{sup/md|RB}}{{sup/md|TDS}}<br>{{tt|どくばりのワナ|Poison Trap}}{{sup/md|GTI}}{{sup/md|SMD}} || Piège Poison || Gift-Falle || Velenotrappola || Trampa Venenosa || {{tt|독침|Stinger}}{{sup/md|B}}<br>{{tt|독침 스위치|Stinger Switch}}{{sup/md|TD}}
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Gust Trap || {{tt|とっぷうスイッチ|Gust Switch}}{{sup/md|RB}}{{sup/md|TDS}}<br>{{tt|とっぷうのワナ|Gust Trap}}{{sup/md|GTI}}{{sup/md|SMD}} || Piège Ventilo || Wind-Falle || Rafficotrappola || Trampa Tornado || {{tt|날려버리기함정|Blow-away Trap}}{{sup/md|B}}<br>{{tt|돌풍 스위치|Gust Switch}}{{sup/md|TD}}
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Mud Trap || {{tt|どろスイッチ|Mud Switch}}{{sup/md|RB}}{{sup/md|TDS}}<br>{{tt|どろのワナ|Mud Trap}}{{sup/md|GTI}}{{sup/md|SMD}} || Piège Boue || Matsch-Falle || Fangotrappola || Trampa Lodo || {{tt|진흙 스위치|Mud Switch}}
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Slumber Trap || {{tt|バクスイッチ|Doze Switch}}{{sup/md|RB}}{{sup/md|TDS}}<br>{{tt|すいみんのワナ|Sleep Trap}}{{sup/md|GTI}}{{sup/md|SMD}} || Piège Soporifique || Traum-Falle || Sonnotrappola || Trampa Somnífera || {{tt|수면 가스 스위치|Sleep Gas Switch}}{{sup/md|B}}<br>{{tt|잠들기 스위치|Sleep Switch}}{{sup/md|TD}}
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Explosion Trap || {{tt|ばくはスイッチ|Blast Switch}} || Piège Électromine || Bomben-Falle || Boomtrappola || Trampa Explosiva || {{tt|대폭발 스위치|Explosion Switch}}{{sup/md|B}}<br>{{tt|폭파 스위치|Blasting Switch}}{{sup/md|TD}}
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Big Blast Trap || {{tt|だいばくはのワナ|Big Blast Trap}} || Piège Très Explosif || Bomben-Falle || Megascoppiotrappola || Trampa Destructiva || &mdash;
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Grimy Trap || {{tt|ベトベタスイッチ|Grime Switch}}{{sup/md|RB}}{{sup/md|TDS}}{{tt|*|Betobata (ベトベタ) may also be derived from Betobatā (ベトベター), Grimer's Japanese name.}}<br>{{tt|ベトベタのワナ|Grime Trap}}{{sup/md|GTI}}{{sup/md|SMD}} || Piège Tadmorv{{sup/md|RB}}{{sup/md|TDS}}{{tt|*|Named after Tadmorv. Which is Grimer's French name.}}<br>Piège Morveux{{sup/md|GTI}}{{sup/md|SMD}} || Sleim-Falle || Grimertrappola || Trampa Pestilente{{sup/md|RB}}{{sup/md|TDS}}<br>Trampa Apestosa{{sup/md|GTI}}{{sup/md|SMD}} || {{tt|오물 스위치|Filthy Switch}}{{sup/md|B}}<br>{{tt|질퍽 스위치|Grime Switch}}{{sup/md|TD}}{{tt|*|Jilpeog (질퍽) may also be derived from Jilpeogi (질퍽이), Grimer's Korean name.}}
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Apple Trap || {{tt|リンゴのワナ|Apple Trap}} || Piège Pomme || Apfel-Falle || Melatrappola || Trampa Manzana || &mdash;
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Hunger Trap || {{tt|はらへりのワナ|Hunger Trap}} || Piège Faim || Hunger-Falle || Fametrappola || Trampa Hambre || &mdash;
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Seal Trap || {{tt|ふういんスイッチ|Seal Switch}}{{sup/md|RB}}{{sup/md|TDS}}<br>{{tt|ふういんのワナ|Sealing Trap}}{{sup/md|GTI}}{{sup/md|SMD}} || Piège Verrou || Siegel-Falle || Sigillotrappola || Trampa Sellante || {{tt|봉인 스위치|Seal Switch}}
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Pokémon Trap || {{tt|ポケモンスイッチ|Pokémon Switch}}{{sup/md|RB}}{{sup/md|TDS}}<br>{{tt|ポケモンのワナ|Pokémon Trap}}{{sup/md|GTI}}{{sup/md|SMD}} || Piège Pokémon || Pokémon-Falle || Pokétrappola || Trampa Nido || {{tt|포켓몬 스위치|Pokémon Switch}}
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Slow Trap || {{tt|ヤドンスイッチ|Yadon Switch}}{{sup/md|RB}}{{sup/md|TDS}}<br>{{tt|どんそくのワナ|Lagging Trap}}{{sup/md|GTI}}{{sup/md|SMD}} || Piège Ramoloss{{sup/md|RB}}{{sup/md|TDS}}{{tt|*|Named after Ramoloss. Which is Slowpoke's French name.}}<br>Piège Lenteur{{sup/md|GTI}}{{sup/md|SMD}} || Lahm-Falle || Rallentotrappola || Trampa Ralentí || {{tt|야돈 스위치|Yadon Switch}}
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Random Trap || {{tt|ゆびふりスイッチ|Wag Finger Switch}}{{sup/md|S}}<br>{{tt|ゆびふりのワナ|Wag Finger Trap}}{{sup/md|SMD}} || Piège Aléa || Zufalls-Falle || Casotrappola || Trampa Azar || &mdash;
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Summon Trap || {{tt|よびよせスイッチ|Summon Switch}}{{sup/md|RB}}{{sup/md|TDS}}<br>{{tt|よびよせのワナ|Summon Trap}}{{sup/md|GTI}}{{sup/md|SMD}} || Piège Appeau || Sammel-Falle || Attirotrappola || Trampa Aromática || {{tt|소환트랩|Summon Trap}}{{sup/md|B}}<br>{{tt|불러내기 스위치|Call Switch}}{{sup/md|TD}}
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Warp Trap || {{tt|ワープスイッチ|Warp Switch}}{{sup/md|RB}}{{sup/md|TDS}}<br>{{tt|ワープのワナ|Warp Trap}}{{sup/md|GTI}}{{sup/md|SMD}} || Télépiège || Warp-Falle || Teletrappola || Teletrampa || {{tt|워프 스위치|Warp Switch}}
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| PP-Zero Trap{{sup/md|RB}}{{sup/md|TDS}}<br>PP Leech Trap{{sup/md|GTI}}{{sup/md|SMD}} || {{tt|わざへりのわな|Move Leech Trap}}{{sup/md|RB}}{{sup/md|TDS}}<br>{{tt|わざへりのワナ|Move Leech Trap}}{{sup/md|GTI}}{{sup/md|SMD}} || Piège PP-Zéro || AP-Minus-Falle{{sup/md|RB}}{{sup/md|TDS}}<br>AP-Schwund-Falle{{sup/md|GTI}}{{sup/md|SMD}} || Trappola Zero PP || Trampa Anula-PP{{sup/md|RB}}{{sup/md|TDS}}<br>Trampa Resta-PP{{sup/md|GTI}}{{sup/md|SMD}} || {{tt|기술줄임 함정|Technical Reduction Trap}}
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Stealth Rock || {{tt|ステルスロック|Stealth Rock}} || Piège de Roc || Tarnsteine || Levitoroccia || Trampa Rocas ||
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Toxic Spikes || {{tt|どくびし|Toxic Spikes}} || Pics Toxik || Giftspitzen || Fielepunte || Púas Tóxicas ||
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Spiked Tile{{sup/md|RB}}{{sup/md|TDS}}<br>Spikes{{sup/md|SMD}} || {{tt|まきびし|Caltrop}} || Piège Picots{{sup/md|RB}}{{sup/md|TDS}}<br>Picots{{sup/md|SMD}} || Stachel-Feld || Mattopunte{{sup/md|RB}}{{sup/md|TDS}}<br>Punte{{sup/md|SMD}} || Baldosa Púas{{sup/md|RB}}{{sup/md|TDS}}<br>Púas{{sup/md|SMD}} || {{tt|압정|Tack}}
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Emera-Crush Trap || {{tt|ラピスけしのワナ|Lapis Removal Trap}} || Piège Anti-Éphélite || Sipalschwund-Falle || Trappola Eliminalitos || Trampa Robairistales || &mdash;
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Emera-Swap Trap || {{tt|ラピスがえのワナ|Lapis Replacement Trap}} || Piège Changeur d'Éphélite || Sipalwechsel-Falle || Trappola Scambialitos || Trampa Cambiairistales || &mdash;
  +
|- style="background:#FFF"
  +
| Discord Trap || {{tt|こじらせのワナ|Aggravation Trap}} || Piège Discorde || Hinderungs-Falle || Intoppotrappola || Trampa Desavenencia || &mdash;
  +
|-
  +
!
  +
|}
  +
{{-}}
  +
  +
{{Special tiles}}<br>
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A dungeon tile is a game element exclusive to the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series. Dungeon floors are made of various dungeon tiles.

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Types of tiles

Terrain tiles

These types of tiles are part of the dungeon's environment and structure.

  • Walls
  • Water
  • Lava
  • Air

In most games, the move Dig can only be used on regular terrain, not any of the special types of terrain above, and the move Dive can only be used on water tiles. In Super Mystery Dungeon, however, only air tiles prevent the use of Dig and Dive.

Wall

Traveling through a wall generally costs the player 5 points of Belly. Most dungeons in Gates to Infinity do not use the hunger feature, however, so in those locations, the player loses HP instead of belly points.

Walls can be turned into regular floor tiles if they are within the blast radius of Self-Destruct, Explosion, Hyper BeamSMD, Blast Traps, or Big Blast Traps, by using Rock SmashRBTDSBSLSMD, by Pokémon with the IQ skills Super Mobile or Absolute Mover, by the standard attack of a Mega Evolved Pokémon or of a Pokémon holding a Looplet with the Tunnel emera, or by using a Tunnel Wand.

In certain dungeons or on certain floors, the walls may be indestructible and impossible to pass through.

Water

Burned Pokémon will be cured of their burn if they end their turn on a water tile, and Pokémon standing on a water tile cannot be burned.

Lava

Lava tiles can only be traversed safely by Fire-type Pokémon, RhydonTDS and later, Rhyperior, and Groudon; any other Pokémon will be inflicted with a burn if they end their turn over lava.

Mobility

Certain types of terrain can only be traveled across by certain Pokémon.

Group Passable terrain
Walls
  • Water-type Pokémon
  • Pokémon whose sprite appears to hover over the ground (e.g. Magnezone),
    including most Flying-type Pokémon and all Pokémon with Levitate
  • Pokémon with IQ skill All-Terrain Hiker
Water
Lava
  • Pokémon whose sprite appears to hover over the ground (e.g. Magnezone),
    including most Flying-type Pokémon and all Pokémon with Levitate
  • Pokémon with IQ skill All-Terrain Hiker
Air
Any

If a Pokémon cannot travel on a given type of terrain but is forced onto it from the effect of a move or item or by switching places with the leader, it will be warped away. In Red and Blue Rescue Team or Explorers of Time and Darkness, it will warp to a random point of normal terrain in the dungeon, while in Explorers of Sky, it will warp near the leader. In Super Mystery Dungeon, the leader and wild Pokémon will warp to a random point of normal terrain located within a room, while the leader's allies will warp near the leader.

Room tile

Room tiles are completely different from terrain tiles, as these tiles are always located within a room on the dungeon floor and can only be placed or appear within a room. They can either denote something important, cause special effects to moves or items, take the player to the next floor or can even be a floor tile that can cause negative or positive effects to the teammates. There are even some tiles in the games that are unused, but can only be created and used through hacking, such as the Exit tile.

Carpet

Carpet denotes the area of a Kecleon Shop. Any item found on carpet belongs to the Shop and leaving without paying for it will cause several Kecleon to appear and attack the party. Dropping an item on carpet and leaving will make the item belong to the Shop. In Red/Blue Rescue Team through to the Adventure Squad games, the carpet would not cover the entire room, but only the center of the room. However, in Gates to Infinity and later, the carpet tiles would cover the entire room, so that entering or leaving the room would result in entering or leaving the Kecleon Shop respectively.

Special tiles

In Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity, there are special tiles which can be found in rooms behind locked doors or other certain rooms. They can cause both a positive and a negative effect on all Pokémon standing on these tiles. They only appear in dungeons that are unlocked after the main story is completed.

Type Image Effect Description
Barrage Tile BarrageTileGTI.png Any Pokémon standing on this tile can use a move two times in one turn. While standing on this tile, you can use a move two times in a row in one turn! The move's PP will be reduced as if you used it two times. (Enemies can take advantage of this tile, too, so be careful!)
Dodge Tile DodgeTileGTI.png Any Pokémon standing on this tile will avoid attacks more easily. While on this tile, you can dodge moves more easily! (Enemies can take advantage of this tile, too, so be careful!)
Mystery Tile MysteryTileGTI.png Any Pokémon standing on this tile will be immune to bad status effects. While on this tile, bad statuses won't affect you! (Enemies can take advantage of this tile, too, so be careful!)
Pierce Tile PierceTileGTI.png Any Pokémon that throws items while standing on this tile will cause the item to keep moving on until it disappears. The thrown item will also go through walls and enemies too. Throw items while on this tile, and they will go through both enemies and walls, continuing on forever!
Taunt Tile TauntTileGTI.png Any Pokémon standing on this tile that uses a move that only causes status effects won't work, but attacks that do damage will do more damage. While on this tile, you can't use status moves. However, your damaging attacks will become more powerful. (Enemies can take advantage of this tile, too, so be careful!)
Weight Tile WeightTileGTI.png Any chance of an attack landing a critical hit from the Pokémon standing on this tile will depend on the Pokémon's weight. The heavier the Pokémon on this tile is, the better chance it will have at landing critical hits when attacking an enemy! (Enemies can take advantage of this tile, too, so be careful!)

Stairs

Stairs (Japanese: かいだん Stairs) are the most common way to proceed to the next floor of a dungeon. They can either appear as stairs going up or going down. In Meteor Cave, the stairs will be disabled until the floor's Deoxys clone is defeated. In Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity and later, stairs will appear in a variety of different colors, depending on the type of dungeon.

Warp Zone

A Warp Zone (Japanese: ワープゾーン Warp Zone) is a tile that only appears in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team, Blue Rescue Team, Explorers of Time, Explorers of Darkness and Explorers of Sky. It is used in certain dungeons instead of stairs to progress to the next floor or exit the dungeon, normally after defeating a boss. They have exactly the same appearance as Warp Traps.

Rescue Spot/Rescue Point

A Rescue SpotRB/Rescue PointTDS (Japanese: きゅうじょちてん Rescue Point) is a tile that allows the player to complete a rescue and then send an A-OK Mail via Wonder Mail code, Wireless Connection or Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection. A Rescue SpotRB/Rescue PointTDS will appear in the same place as where the stairs would normally be, on the same floor as where the other player was defeated when performing a friend rescue. The room with a Rescue SpotRB/Rescue PointTDS will always be guarded by a Monster House.

Effect tile

Sticky redirects here. For the Ultra Beast codenamed UB Sticky in Japanese, see Poipole (Pokémon).

If you were looking for the the traps in The Underground in Pokémon Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum, see Trap.
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Effect tiles are floor tiles within rooms that can do various effects, such as resetting the Pokémon's statistics, damaging a Pokémon or even causing a status ailment. These tiles are completely separate objects in Red and Blue Rescue Team through to the Adventure Squad games, but in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity and later, these tiles are in the same location as items and are considered as "items" in which cannot be picked up, but are triggered upon stepping on it. Some effect tiles may break after being stepped on (such as the Training Switch and most traps).

The effect tiles that cause negative effects to the player and their teammates are known as Traps (Japanese: スイッチ SwitchRBTDS/ワナ TrapGtISMD). Before being stepped on, they are disguised as regular floor tiles and remain hidden until they are stepped on. Using a See-Trap Orb or having the leader hold the Grass LoopletSMD will make all traps on the floor visible. If the leader uses a normal attack on a space in front of themselves, it can also reveal the trap on that particular space. Traps will not trigger if stepped on by enemies unless the trap was created by the party via a Trapper Orb or a move such as Spikes. In every Pokémon Mystery Dungeon game except for Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity, traps will never be created on the tile at the entrance of a room. Prior to Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity, all traps except for Summon Trap, Pokémon Trap, and Grudge Trap will remain after being stepped on; there is no limit to how many times they can be triggered. However, from Gates to Infinity onwards, all traps have a chance of breaking after being triggered. Most traps in these games have a 100% chance of breaking, but some have a 30% chance of breaking after each activation and can be triggered repeatedly until they break.

From Gates to Infinity onwards, Monster Houses will usually contain a mix of both items and traps, usually having a larger amount of traps compared to other rooms. There is always at least one item and one trap within a Monster House, but it will always contains a total of 14 items and traps in the room altogether.

#
(RB)
#
(TDS)
#
(GtI/SMD)
Effect tile RB TD Sky BSL GtI SMD Effect
31 Apple Trap Turns a random item in the Bag into a Big Apple. It will always break after use.
13 Big Blast Trap Causes an explosion in a 5×5 area that deals half HP damage to any party member and defeats any enemies within range. Fire-type Pokémon take a quarter of damage. Items and walls within the blast area are destroyed. Not triggered if the weather is Rain or a Pokémon with the Ability Damp is on the floor. It will always break after use.
12 Blast Trap Causes an explosion in a 3×3 area that deals half HP damage to any party member and defeats any enemies within range. Fire-type Pokémon take a quarter of damage. Items and walls within the blast range are destroyed. Not triggered if the weather is Rain or a Pokémon with Damp is on the floor. It will always break after use.
18 16 Chestnut Trap Drops chestnuts onto the Pokémon, dealing 10 damage. It is replaced with the "Spiky Trap" in Gates to Infinity and later.
32 Discord Trap* Causes the party to be inflicted with Discord. It will always break after use.
35 Ditto In some dungeons in Super Mystery Dungeon (often where the Pokémon Ditto is one of the enemy Pokémon that appears on the floors), it can sometimes be found disguised as an item. This tile acts like a trap and has a 95% activation rate, just like traps do. If one of the party step on it, the item will disappear and reappear next to the Pokémon that stepped on it. But if the Pokémon has a Trap Proof emera, or fails to work, then nothing will happpen. When on it, the player can either move on, check the tile info, or activate it. If Ditto gets a chance to attack (which is often after when one of the party stepped on it while disguised as an item, while slow or at normal speed), it will immediately use the move Transform to transform into the party member that was targeted. And since the move targets one of the party members, it will make all party members (except for the one it targeted) confused. Even though this tile acts like a trap, and even uses an in-game icon of a trap in its info, it's not considered a real trap at all.
29 Emera-Crush Trap An emera attached to the Pokémon's looplet is lost. It will always break after use.
30 Emera-Swap Trap An emera in the Pokémon's looplet is changed into a different emera. It will always break after use.
20 14 Explosion Trap Causes an explosion in a 5×5 area that cuts the party's HP in half and deals 80 damage to wild Pokémon. Fire-type Pokémon take a quarter of damage. Items and walls within the blast area are destroyed. Not triggered if the weather is Rain or a Pokémon with the Ability Damp is on the floor. It is replaced with the "Big Blast Trap" in Gates to Infinity and later.
27 Gold Floor A floor tile that exists in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity and later. When these tiles appear in dungeons, they will only contain a Gold Bar. These tiles are only visible to the leader holding a Gold Scope and also can only triggered if the leader is holding a Gold Scope. In Super Mystery Dungeon, these tiles may contain additional items in place of Gold Bars, including Joy Seeds and Vitamins. They will only be visible in dungeons when the leader is holding an Excavation Looplet. Outside of dungeons, Gold Floors will only indicate the presence of a rare item that can be picked up.
11 03 28 Grimy Trap Causes some food items to turn into Grimy Food. In Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon, if the leader steps on it, a food item in the bag may be turned into Grimy Food, but if a teammate steps on it and is holding a food item, it may be turned into Grimy Food. Cannot be triggered by teammates in games prior to Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon. It will always break after use in Gates to Infinity and later.
24 24 Grudge Trap All wild Pokémon are warped near the trap and given the Grudge status. It will disappear/break after being triggered in every game.
12 07 06 Gust Trap The Pokémon that stepped on it is sent flying 10 squares in any direction. Hitting a wall or Pokémon causes 5 damage (to both Pokémon, when applicable). If it lands on the water, above a crag, or in lava, it will be warped into a random room of the floor. It will always break after use in Gates to Infinity and later.
21 Hunger Trap Reduces Belly points by 10, or to 0 if Belly points is less than 10. There's a chance that this trap can be stepped on more than once, it has a 30% chance of breaking when it is set off.
03 01 01 Mud Trap Will lower Attack, Defense, Sp. Atk, Sp. Def, accuracy or evasiveness statistic, one chosen randomly, and by one levelRB/three levelsTDSGtI. Does not affect Pokémon with the Clear Body Ability. It will always break after use in Gates to Infinity and later.
07 05 04 Pitfall Trap Deals 5RBTDS/10GtI damage. If triggered by the player, the party falls to the next floor (or out of the dungeon, if on last floor). If triggered by a teammate, they disappear from the dungeon and have to be reselected again, either from the Friend AreasRB, Chimecho AssemblyTDS or Quagsire AssemblyGtI. If triggered by the mission client, they disappear and the mission is failed. Only appears in descending dungeons. It will always break after use in Gates to Infinity. Though this trap does not exist in Super Mystery Dungeon, a new model and left-over Adventure Hint text from Gates to Infinity still exist within the game.
08 12 11 Poison Trap Inflicts Poison. Doesn't affect Steel-type and Poison-type Pokémon, or Pokémon with Immunity. It will always break after use in Gates to Infinity and later.
14 18 17 Pokémon Trap Causes any items on the floor (up to a limit) within the room to turn into wild Pokémon. It disappears/breaks after triggering in every game. In Meteor Cave, there are no spawnable Pokémon, so it breaks without doing anything.
15 15 14 PP-Zero TrapRBTDS
PP Leech TrapGtISMD
Reduces one move's PP to 0. It will always break after use in Gates to Infinity and later.
36 Progress Point A tile in which is created by a Progress Device. Upon using a Progress Device, the tile will be created underneath the player and the game will be saved immediately upon creating the tile. The game can be saved again, if the player steps on the tile or activates it through the menu. This one is the 36th tile in the game's internal code.

Another tile, under the same name, is created through using a Progress Device +. This tile does much more than the Progress Point created from a Progress Device; it saves the game upon using the Progress Device +, as well as stepping on the tile, and if the player decides to give up in the dungeon (either upon fainting or giving up in the options), all items and money will be kept and won't be lost. This one is the 37th tile in the game's internal code.

23 23 Random Trap Becomes any other trap. If applicable, the selected trap will affect all party members instead of only the one that stepped on the trap. Not triggered if the weather is Rain or a Pokémon with Damp is on the floor. It will always break after use in Gates to Infinity and later.
04 11 10 Seal Trap Causes one move to be Sealed. It will always break after use in Gates to Infinity and later.
17 13 Selfdestruct Trap Causes an explosion in a 3×3 area that deals a quarter of HP damage to any party member and deals 40 damage to wild Pokémon within range. Fire-type Pokémon take 1/8 damage. Items and walls within the blast range are destroyed. Not triggered if the weather is Rain or a Pokémon with Damp is on the floor. It is replaced with the "Blast Trap" in Gates to Infinity and later.
16 10 09 Slow Trap Temporarily lowers Travel Speed. It will always break after use in Gates to Infinity and later.
19 09 08 Slumber Trap Causes the sleep status. It will always break after use in Gates to Infinity and later.
26 Sparkling Floor Will either spawn a wild Pokémon, or give the player a Gold Bar or other rare item. Outside of dungeons in Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon, this tile indicates the presence of a normal item that can be picked up. Also in Super Mystery Dungeon, there is a 33rd tile in the game's code which is an unused duplicate of the Sparkling Floor that does nothing when stepped on.
10 19 18 Spiked TileRBTDS
SpikesSMD
Deals 15RB/20TDS damage. Using Spikes creates trap and is completely visible. In Explorers of Time/Darkness and later, the party doesn't trigger its own traps unless activated through the menu. In Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon, it was renamed to "Spikes" and also, Spikes traps can also appear randomly on dungeon floors with other traps, even without an enemy Pokémon using the move. And these ones are invisible until stepped on. In Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon, there's a chance that this trap can be stepped on more than once, it has a 30% chance of breaking when it is set off. This trap doesn't exist in Gates to Infinity's code because the move Spikes also doesn't exist in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity's code.
15 Spiky Trap Drops spiky balls on the Pokémon that steps on it, dealing 10GtI/25SMD damage. It will always break after use.
13 08 07 Spin Trap Inflicts the Confused status. It will always break after use in Gates to Infinity and later.
20 19 Stealth Rock Deals damage equal to 1/6 of max HP. Using Stealth Rock creates the trap, which remains invisible until stepped on. Party doesn't trigger its own traps unless activated through the menu. This trap can also appear randomly in various dungeons in Super Mystery Dungeon. In Gates to Infinity and later, there's a chance that this trap can be stepped on more than once, it has a 30% chance of breaking when it is set off.
01 02 02 Sticky Trap Causes held item to become sticky, rendering it useless and unequippable. In Super Mystery Dungeon, or if the player triggers it and no item is held, a random item in the inventory will become sticky. Cleanse Orbs, clearing the dungeon, and, in Explorers of Sky, paying Lickilicky at a Secret Bazaar removes stickiness. It will always break after use in Gates to Infinity and later.
34 Stunfisk In some dungeons, sometimes where the Pokémon Stunfisk is one of the enemy Pokémon that appears on the floors, it can be completely hidden as a floor tile, just like an ordinary trap would. This tile acts like a trap and has a 95% activation rate, just like traps do. Using a See-Trap Orb will have no effect and won't reveal any invisible Stunfisk tiles in rooms. If the player steps on it, it will immediately appear and make the player Paralyzed. Even though this tile acts like a trap, and even uses an in-game icon of a trap in its info, it's not considered a real trap at all.
06 04 03 Summon Trap Summons 1-4 wild Pokémon to adjacent tiles. It disappears/breaks after triggering in every game.
21 20 Toxic Spikes Inflicts Poison and after Explorers, deals damage. Using Toxic Spikes creates the trap and is completely visible. Party doesn't trigger its own traps unless activated through the menu. In Super Mystery Dungeon, Toxic Spikes traps can appear randomly in some dungeons, even without an enemy using the move. And these ones are invisible until stepped on. In Gates to Infinity and later, there's a chance that this trap can be stepped on more than once, it has a 30% chance of breaking when it is set off.
25 Training Switch A tile in which will appear in certain dungeons in Gates to Infinity and Super Mystery Dungeon. When stepped on, the party will gain the Trained status, which causes moves to gain more growth points when used. The status will end when the party moves on to the next floor or leaves the dungeon. Training Switches can only be used once and will always break after being stepped on.

Apart from rarely appearing on floors randomly in some dungeons in Gates to Infinity, Training Switches will always appear behind locked doors. However, in certain purchasable DLC dungeons in Gates to Infinity, Training Switches will be more common and will randomly appear on floors.

05 22 22 Trip Trap * Pokémon drops its held item. It will always break after use in Gates to Infinity and later.
02 06 05 Warp Trap Warps Pokémon to a random regular floor tile. It will always break after use in Gates to Infinity and later.
09 17 16 Wonder Tile Causes any stat changes of the Pokémon stepping on them to be reverted. This tile will never break in any game, regardless of how many times it is stepped on.

Descriptions

Info

Name Game Description
Stairs MDRB
MDTDS
Stairs leading to the next floor.
If you are on the final floor,
you will escape from the dungeon.
MDBSL つぎのフロアに すすむための かいだん
さいごのフロアのばあいは
ダンジョンから だっしゅつするぞ!
MDGtI Stairs leading to the next floor. You won't
be able to return to the previous floor,
so make sure you're ready to move on.
SMD It's the stairs!
You can go to the next floor.
Warp Zone MDRB The warp zone leading to the next floor.
If you are on the final floor,
you will escape from the dungeon.
MDTDS The warp zone leading to the next floor. If you
are on the final floor, you will escape from
the dungeon.
Rescue Spot MDRB You reached the rescue spot where your
friend's team went down!
Send an A-OK Mail from the Pelipper Post
Office to let your friend know you've
rescued the defeated team.
Rescue Point MDTDS You reached the rescue spot where your
friend's team went down! Send an A-OK Mail to
let your friend know you've rescued the
defeated team.
Wonder Tile MDRB An odd floor tile seen in many dungeons.
Stepping on it resets the
Pokémon's Attack, Defense, and so on,
if they are boosted or reduced.
MDTDS Stepping on this curious floor tile,
found in many dungeons,
restores the Pokémon's Attack, Defense,
and other stats to normal levels,
whether they're reduced or boosted.
MDBSL いろんなダンジョンでみかける
ふしぎなゆか
ふむと こうげき ぼうぎょなどの
だんかいが あがっていても
さがっていても もとのじょうたいに
もどってしまう
MDGtI Stepping on this curious floor tile, found in
many dungeons, restores your Attack,
Defense, and other stats to normal levels,
whether they're lowered or boosted.
SMD Stepping on it resets your Attack, Sp. Atk,
Defense, Sp. Def, accuracy, and evasiveness
if any had been changed.
Training Switch MDGtI Stepping on this trap gives your party
the Trained status.
SMD Stepping on it causes your party
to be trained.
Progress Point SMD Stepping on it enables you to
save your adventure!
You can use it as many times as you'd like.
Progress Point SMD Stepping on it enables you
to save your adventure!
You can use it as many times as you'd like.
Also, even if you are defeated,
you won't lose items or Poké currency VI Sprite.png.
Sparkling Floor MDGtI An item might be buried under this floor.
But be careful--if you go digging for
items, an enemy might jump out!
SMD Something is buried under this floor.
Stepping on it makes an item or an enemy
Pokémon appear.
Gold Floor MDGtI When you have a MDBag Glasses V Sprite.pngGold Scope
and step on this floor, you can get a
MDBag Gold Bar V Sprite.pngGold Bar .
Ditto SMD Wha…?
It looks like it will start moving.
Stunfisk SMD Wha…?
It looks like it will start moving.
Gust Trap MDRB Stepping on this trap triggers a blast
of some sort that sends the Pokémon
flying.
MDTDS Stepping on this trap triggers a gust of
wind that sends the pokémon flying.
MDGtI Stepping on this trap triggers a gust of
wind that sends you flying.
SMD Stepping on it sends you flying in
a random direction.
Warp Trap MDRB Stepping on this trap instantly warps
the Pokémon to another spot on the floor.
MDTDS Stepping on this trap warps the
Pokémon to another tile on the floor
instantly.
MDGtI Stepping on this trap warps you
to another spot on the floor.
SMD Stepping on it warps you
to somewhere else on the floor.
Pitfall Trap MDRB Stepping on this trap drops the Pokémon
to the next floor, inflicting damage.
If it's not the team leader, the Pokémon
faints. If that happens, even a Reviver
Seed can't help the fainted Pokémon.
MDTDS Stepping on this trap flings this
Pokémon to the next floor, which
inflicts damage and makes the Pokémon
faint. The team leader will not faint,
however. Pokémon that faint can't be
helped with a Reviver Seed.
MDGtI Stepping on this trap makes you fall into
a deep pit that causes damage and moves
you to the next floor. If a Pokémon other
than the leader falls, it will faint. The
fainted Pokémon can't be helped with a
MDBag Seed V Sprite.pngReviver Seed, so be careful!
Discord Trap SMD Stepping on it creates a discord
among your party.
Seal Trap MDRB Stepping on this trap disables one
of the Pokémon's moves as long
as it remains on the same floor.
MDTDS Stepping on this trap disables one
of the Pokémon's moves. The effect wears
off when the Pokémon leaves the floor.
MDGtI Stepping on this trap causes the Sealed
status condition to one of your moves.
The effect wears off when you leave
the floor.
SMD Stepping on it seals one move.
PP-Zero Trap MDRB Stepping on this trap completely drains
the PP of a random move.
MDTDS Stepping on this trap completely drains
the PP of one of the Pokémon's moves.
The move is randomly chosen.
PP Leech Trap MDGtI Stepping on this trap completely drains
the PP of one of your moves.
SMD Stepping on it drains the PP
of 1 of your moves to 0.
Slow Trap MDRB Stepping on this trap lowers
the Pokémon's Movement Speed by one level.
MDTDS Stepping on this trap reduces the
Pokémon's Movement Speed by 1 level.
MDGtI Stepping on this trap lowers
your Travel Speed by 1 level.
SMD Stepping on it lowers your Travel Speed.
Slumber Trap MDRB Stepping on this trap releases a sleeping
gas that puts the Pokémon to
sleep.
MDTDS Stepping on this trap releases a
gas that causes a Sleep status.
MDBSL このわなをふむと
ねむりガスが ふきだしてきて
すいめんじょうたいに たってしまう
MDGtI Stepping on this trap releases a gas
that causes the Sleep status.
SMD Stepping on it makes you sleep.
Poison Trap MDRB Stepping on this trap looses poison
spikes that leave the Pokémon poisoned.
MDTDS Stepping on this trap releases spikes
that afflict the Pokémon with a
Poisoned status condition.
MDGtI Stepping on this trap releases spikes
that cause the Poisoned status condition.
SMD Stepping on it makes you poisoned.
Spin Trap MDRB Stepping on this trap spins the Pokémon
around dizzyingly, making it
confused.
MDTDS Stepping on this trap spins the Pokémon
around and makes it dizzy, causing a
Confused status.
MDGtI Stepping on this trap spins you around
and makes you dizzy, causing the
confused status.
SMD Stepping on it makes you confused.
Selfdestruct Trap MDRB Stepping on this trap makes it explode.
Its damage extends to other Pokémon,
items, and walls around the trap.
MDTDS Stepping on this trap causes an
explosion, damaging all surrounding
Pokémon, items, and walls.
Explosion Trap MDRB Stepping on this trap triggers a
huge explosion.
Its damage extends to other Pokémon,
items, and walls. It has a bigger
range than a Selfdestruct Trap.
MDTDS Stepping on this trap causes a
huge explosion, damaging all surrounding
Pokémon, items, and walls. It has a
range that is much wider than a
Selfdestruct Trap.
Blast Trap MDGtI Stepping on this trap causes an explosion
that damages all nearby Pokémon and items.
SMD Stepping on it causes a blast.
Big Blast Trap MDGtI Stepping on this trap causes a
huge explosion that damages all
nearby Pokémon and items.
SMD Stepping on it causes a huge blast.
Chestnut Trap MDRB Stepping on this trap makes a spiky,
unshelled Chestnut drop, inflicting
damage.
MDTDS Stepping on this trap makes spiky
Chestnuts fall, inflicting damage on the
Pokémon.
Spiky Trap MDGtI Stepping on this trap damages you
with its spikes.
SMD Stepping on it damages you.
Summon Trap MDRB Stepping on this trap releases a sweet
aroma that attracts Pokémon from afar.
MDTDS Stepping on this trap releases a sweet
aroma that attracts Pokémon from
afar.
MDGtI Stepping on this trap releases a sweet
aroma that attracts Pokémon from afar.
SMD Stepping on it causes enemy Pokémon
to appear near you.
Grudge Trap MDS Stepping on this trap causes enemy
Pokémon to appear, surrounding the
Pokémon. It affects all Pokémon on
the floor with a Grudge status effect.
MDGtI Stepping on this trap causes enemy
Pokémon to appear near you.
Also, enemy Pokémon on the floor will get
the Grudge status condition.
SMD Stepping on it causes enemy Pokémon to
hold a grudge and come for you.
Also, the PP of the move you used on an enemy
with a grudge will be 0!
Pokémon Trap MDRB Stepping on this trap transforms all
items in the room into hostile Pokémon.
MDTDS Stepping on this trap transforms all
items in the same room into enemy
Pokémon.
MDGtI Stepping on this trap transforms all items
in the same room into Pokémon.
SMD Stepping on it transforms items on the
floor of the room into enemy Pokémon.
Trip Trap MDTDS Stepping on this trap makes the
Pokémon trip and drop its held item.
MDGtI Stepping on this trap makes you trip and
drop your held item.
SMD Stepping on it makes you drop your held item.
Sticky Trap MDRB
MDTDS
Stepping on this trap makes a random
item become sticky and unusable.
MDGtI Stepping on this trap makes a random item
become sticky and unusable.
SMD If the leader steps on it, an item in the
Bag becomes sticky.
If a Pokémon other than the leader steps on it,
the Pokémon's held item becomes sticky.
Mud Trap MDRB Stepping on this trap makes it blow
mud that lowers the Pokémon's Attack,
Defense, Special Attack, or
Special Defense by one level.
MDTDS Stepping on this trap makes it spew
mud that reduces the Pokémon's Attack,
Defense, Special Attack, or Special
Defense by 3 levels.
MDGtI Stepping on this trap makes it spew mud
that lowers the Pokémon's Attack,
Defense, Special Attack, or
Special Defense a lot.
SMD Stepping on it lowers your Attack, Defense,
Sp. Atk, or Sp. Def.
Grimy Trap MDRB Stepping on this trap makes it spew
muck that gums up food.
MDTDS Stepping on this trap makes it spew
muck that gunks up food.
MDGtI Stepping on this trap makes it spew a
filthy grime that covers your food. Yuck!
SMD If the leader steps on it, food in the Bag
will become MDBag Grimy Food VI Sprite.pngGrimy Food.
If a Pokémon other than the leader steps on it,
it's held item will become MDBag Grimy Food VI Sprite.pngGrimy Food.
Apple Trap SMD Stepping on it changes an item in the
Bag to a MDBag Apple Fresh VI Sprite.pngBig Apple.
Hunger Trap SMD Stepping on it makes you hungry!
Emera-Swap Trap SMD Stepping on it swaps an emera on a MDBag Looplet 1 VI Sprite.pnglooplet
for another emera.
Emera-Crush Trap SMD Stepping on it causes an emera on
a MDBag Looplet 1 VI Sprite.pnglooplet to come off a disappear.
Spiked Tile MDRB Stepping on this trap inflicts damage.
It can be made using the move Spikes.
MDTDS Stepping on this trap, which is made
with the Spikes move, inflicts damage
on the Pokémon.
Spikes SMD Stepping on it damages you.
Toxic Spikes MDTDS Stepping on this trap inflicts damage
and causes a Poisoned
status. This trap is made with the
Toxic Spikes move.
MDGtI Stepping on this trap damages you and
causes the Poisoned status.
This trap is made by using the
Toxic Spikes move.
SMD Stepping on it damages you and
makes you poisoned.
Stealth Rock MDTDS Stepping on this trap, which is made
with the Stealth Rock move, inflicts
damage on the Pokémon!
The trap is invisible when created!
MDGtI Stepping on this trap damages you.
This trap is made using the
Stealth Rock move.
SMD Stepping on it damages you with
a Rock-type move.
Random Trap MDS Stepping on this trap releases the same
effect as another trap appearing
on the floor. Also, this trap affects
everyone in the party!
MDGtI Stepping on this trap releases the same
effect as another trap appearing on
the floor. Also, this trap affects your
entire party!
SMD Stepping on it has a random effect
on your party!
Who knows what kind of effect
it may have?

Adventure Hint

Name Game Description
Wonder Tile MDGtI This is a IconTileGTI.pngWonder Tile. If your stats
have been lowered by moves such as
Growl or Tail Whip, stepping
on this will return them to normal.
But watch out! Any raised stats
will also be returned to normal.
SMD If your stats are lowered by a trap or by an
enemy's move, walk over a IconTileSMD.pngWonder Tile
to restore them to normal.
But watch out! Any raised stats will
also be returned to normal!
Training Switch MDGtI This is a IconTileGTI.pngTraining Switch.
Step on it, and moves that you and your
party members use will power up more
quickly while on this floor!
SMD This is a IconTileSMD.pngTraining Switch.
Step on it, and your moves that you and your
teammates use will power up more
quickly while on this floor!
Gust Trap MDGtI It's a IconTrapGTI.pngGust Trap!
The Pokémon that steps on this trap will
be blown away! If it gets blown on top of
a crag or into the water, the Pokémon will
be warped somewhere.
SMD It's a IconTrapSMD.pngGust Trap!
The Pokémon that steps on this trap will
be blown away! If it gets blown to
somewhere it can't land, such as on top of
a crag or in the water, the Pokémon will
be warped somewhere else.
Warp Trap MDGtI It's a IconTrapGTI.pngWarp Trap!

If you get separated from a party member,
try switching that party member's tactics
to "Wait there." This will make it easier
for you to regroup.
SMD It's a IconTrapSMD.pngWarp Trap!
The Pokémon that steps on this trap will
be warped away! If you get separated from
a teammate, try switching that teammate's
tactics to Wait there. This will make it
easier for you to regroup.
Pitfall Trap MDGtI It's a IconTrapGTI.pngPitfall Trap!
The Pokémon that steps on this trap will
fall down to the next floor!
If a party member falls, you'll be separated!
You'll have to return to Quagsire Assembly
to choose the party member again.
Seal Trap MDGtI It's a IconTrapGTI.pngSeal Trap!
The Pokémon that steps on this trap will
be unable to use one of its moves!
Move on to the next floor, or use a
MDBag Seed V Sprite.pngHeal Seed to return to normal.
SMD It's a IconTrapSMD.pngSeal Trap!
The Pokémon that steps on this trap will
be unable to use 1 move!
To return to normal, move on to the next
floor or use a MDBag Seed VI Sprite.pngHeal Seed.
PP Leech Trap MDGtI It's a IconTrapGTI.pngPP Leech Trap!
If a Pokémon steps on this trap,
the PP of one of its moves will be
reduced to 0!
SMD It's a IconTrapSMD.pngPP Leech Trap!
If a Pokémon steps on this trap, the PP of
1 move will be reduced to 0!
Slow Trap MDGtI It's a IconTrapGTI.pngSlow Trap!
The Pokémon that steps on this trap
will have it's Speed lowered temporarily!
SMD It's a IconTrapSMD.pngSlow Trap!
The Pokémon that steps on this trap
will become slow, and it's
Travel Speed will go down temporarily!
Slumber Trap MDGtI It's a IconTrapGTI.pngSlumber Trap!
The Pokémon that steps on this trap
will temporarily fall asleep!
SMD It's a IconTrapSMD.pngSlumber Trap!
The Pokémon that steps on this trap
will get the sleep status
and fall asleep!
Poison Trap MDGtI It's a IconTrapGTI.pngPoison Trap!
The Pokémon that steps on this trap will
become Poisoned!
SMD It's a IconTrapSMD.pngPoison Trap!
The Pokémon that steps on this trap
will become poisoned!
Spin Trap MDGtI It's a IconTrapGTI.pngSpin Trap!
The Pokémon that steps on this trap
will become confused!
SMD It's a IconTrapSMD.pngSpin Trap!
The Pokémon that steps on this trap
will become confused!
Blast Trap MDGtI It's a IconTrapGTI.pngBlast Trap!
If a Pokémon steps on this trap, the trap
will explode, damaging nearby Pokémon!
Nearby items on the ground will be
destroyed and disappear, too!
SMD It's a IconTrapSMD.pngBlast Trap!
If a Pokémon steps on this trap, the trap
will explode, damaging nearby Pokémon!
Nearby items on the ground will be
destroyed and will disappear!
Big Blast Trap MDGtI It's a IconTrapGTI.pngBig Blast Trap!
If a Pokémon steps on this trap,
a big explosion will occur, damaging all
nearby Pokémon!
Nearby items on the ground will be
destroyed and disappear, too!
SMD It's a IconTrapSMD.pngBig Blast Trap!
If a Pokémon steps on this trap,
a big explosion will occur, damaging
all nearby Pokémon!
Nearby items on the ground will be
destroyed and will disappear!
Spiky Trap MDGtI It's a IconTrapGTI.pngSpiky Trap!
The Pokémon that steps on this trap will
take damage!
SMD It's a IconTrapSMD.pngSpiky Trap!
The Pokémon that steps on
this trap will take damage!
Summon Trap MDGtI It's a IconTrapGTI.pngSummon Trap!
An enemy Pokémon will appear close to
the Pokémon that steps on this trap!
SMD It's a IconTrapSMD.pngSummon Trap!
An enemy Pokémon will appear close to
the Pokémon that steps on this trap!
Grudge Trap MDGtI Oh no! It's a IconTrapGTI.pngGrudge Trap!
All of the enemies on this floor will gain
the Grudge status!
If you defeat an enemy with the
Grudge status,
the PP of the move last used will be
reduced to 0!
It might be a good idea to run through this
floor without fighting!
SMD Enemies on the entire floor will hold a
grudge and come for you!
The PP of the move you used on an enemy
with a grudge will be 0!
Pokémon Trap MDGtI It's a IconTrapGTI.pngPokémon Trap!
If a Pokémon steps on this trap, an item on
the ground in the room will turn into
an enemy Pokémon!
SMD It's a IconTrapSMD.pngPokémon Trap!
If a Pokémon steps on this trap, items
on the ground in the room will transform
into enemy Pokémon!
Trip Trap MDGtI It's a IconTrapGTI.pngTrip Trap!
The Pokémon that steps on this trap will
drop its held item on the ground!
SMD It's a IconTrapSMD.pngTrip Trap!
The Pokémon that steps on this trap
will drop it's held item onto the ground!
Sticky Trap MDGtI It's a IconTrapGTI.pngSticky Trap!
If a Pokémon steps on this trap, one of its
items will get all sticky and become
unusable! Either leave the dungeon, or use
a MDBag Wonder Orb V Sprite.pngCleanse Orb to return to normal.
SMD It's a IconTrapSMD.pngSticky Trap! If a Pokémon steps
on this trap, 1 item will get sticky
and become unusable!
Either leave the dungeon or use a
MDBag Wonder Orb VI Sprite.pngCleanse Orb to return to normal.
Mud Trap MDGtI It's a IconTrapGTI.pngMud Trap!
The Pokémon that steps on this trap will
have it's stats lowered.
SMD It's a IconTrapSMD.pngMud Trap!
The Pokémon that steps on this trap
will have it's Attack, Sp. Atk,
Defense, or Sp. Def lowered.
Grimy Trap MDGtI It's a IconTrapGTI.pngGrimy Trap!
Any MDBag Apple V Sprite.pngApple inside your Bag
may turn into MDBag Grimy Food V Sprite.pngGrimy Food.
Eat it and something bad will happen.
SMD It's a IconTrapSMD.pngGrimy Trap!
Any food item inside your Bag, such as an
MDBag Apple Fresh VI Sprite.pngApple, may turn into MDBag Grimy Food VI Sprite.pngGrimy Food.
If you eat it, something bad will happen.
Apple Trap SMD It's an IconTrapSMD.pngApple Trap!
If you step on it, 1 item in your Bag
will become a MDBag Apple Fresh VI Sprite.pngBig Apple!
Hunger Trap SMD It's a IconTrapSMD.pngHunger Trap!
Your Belly will become empty!
Emera-Swap Trap SMD It's an IconTrapSMD.pngEmera-Swap Trap! If you step on it,
an emera set into a MDBag Looplet 1 VI Sprite.pnglooplet will be
replaced with another emera!
Emera-Crush Trap SMD It's an IconTrapSMD.pngEmera-Crush Trap!
If you step on it, an emera set into
a MDBag Looplet 1 VI Sprite.pnglooplet will drop off and disappear!
Spikes SMD It's a IconTrapSMD.pngSpikes trap!
The Pokémon that steps on it
will take damage!
Toxic Spikes MDGtI It's a IconTrapGTI.pngToxic Spikes!
The Pokémon that steps on this trap will
take damage and also become
Poisoned!
SMD It's a IconTrapSMD.pngToxic Spikes trap!
The Pokémon that steps on this trap will
take damage and also become
poisoned!
Stealth Rock MDGtI It's a IconTrapGTI.pngStealth Rock!
The Pokémon that steps on this trap will
take damage!
If the Pokémon is weak against Rock,
the damage will be greater.
SMD It's a IconTrapSMD.pngStealth Rock trap! The Pokémon
that steps on this trap will take damage!
If the Pokémon is weak against Rock-type
moves, the damage will be greater.
Random Trap MDGtI It's a IconTrapGTI.pngRandom Trap!
Who knows what kind of effect
it will have?
SMD It's a IconTrapSMD.pngRandom Trap!
If a Pokémon steps on it, a random thing
will happen to you and your teammates.
Who knows what kind of effect
it may have?

Appearance

Tile MDRB & MDTDS BSL MDGtI SMD
Stairs StairsUp.pngStairsDown.pngStairsDisabled.png StairsUpGTI.png
StairsUpOrangeGTI.pngStairsDownOrangeGTI.png
StairsUpSMD.pngStairsDownSMD.png
Warp Zone WarpTrap.png
Wonder Tile WonderTile.png WonderTileBSL.png WonderTileGTI.png WonderTileSMD.png
Training Switch TrainingSwitchGTI.png TrainingSwitchSMD.png
Rescue SpotRB
Rescue PointTDS
RescuePoint.png
Progress Point ProgressPoint1SMD.png
Progress Point ProgressPoint2SMD.png
Sparkling Floor SparklingFloorGTI.png SparklingFloorSMD.png
Gold Floor GoldFloorGTI.png
Carpet KecleonCarpet.png KecleonCarpet1aBSL.png KecleonCarpetGTI.png KecleonCarpetSMD.png
Gust Trap GustTrap.png GustTrapBSL.png GustTrapGTI.png GustTrapSMD.png
Warp Trap WarpTrap.png WarpTrapBSL.png WarpTrapGTI.png WarpTrapSMD.png
Pitfall Trap* PitfallTrap.png PitfallTrapBSL.png PitfallTrapGTI.png PitfallTrapSMD.png
Discord Trap DiscordTrapSMD.png
Seal Trap SealTrap.png SealTrapBSL.png SealTrapGTI.png SealTrapSMD.png
PP-Zero TrapRBTDS
PP Leech TrapGtISMD
PP-ZeroTrap.png PP-ZeroTrapBSL.png PPLeechTrapGTI.png PPLeechTrapSMD.png
Slow Trap SlowTrap.png SlowTrapBSL.png SlowTrapGTI.png SlowTrapSMD.png
Slumber Trap SlumberTrap.png SlumberTrapBSL.png SlumberTrapGTI.png SlumberTrapSMD.png
Poison Trap PoisonTrap.png PoisonTrapBSL.png PoisonTrapGTI.png PoisonTrapSMD.png
Spin Trap SpinTrap.png SpinTrapBSL.png SpinTrapGTI.png SpinTrapSMD.png
Selfdestruct Trap SelfdestructTrap.png SelfdestructTrapBSL.png
Explosion Trap ExplosionTrap.png ExplosionTrapBSL.png
Blast Trap BlastTrapGTI.png BlastTrapSMD.png
Big Blast Trap BigBlastTrapGTI.png BigBlastTrapSMD.png
Chestnut Trap ChestnutTrap.png ChestnutTrapBSL.png
Spiky Trap SpikyTrapGTI.png SpikyTrapSMD.png
Sticky Trap StickyTrap.png StickyTrapBSL.png StickyTrapGTI.png StickyTrapSMD.png
Mud Trap MudTrap.png MudTrapBSL.png MudTrapGTI.png MudTrapSMD.png
Grimy Trap GrimyTrap.png GrimyTrapBSL.png GrimyTrapGTI.png GrimyTrapSMD.png
Apple Trap AppleTrapSMD.png
Hunger Trap HungerTrapSMD.png
Summon Trap SummonTrap.png SummonTrapBSL.png SummonTrapGTI.png SummonTrapSMD.png
Grudge Trap GrudgeTrap.png GrudgeTrapBSL.png GrudgeTrapGTI.png GrudgeTrapSMD.png
Pokémon Trap PokémonTrap.png PokémonTrapBSL.png PokémonTrapGTI.png PokémonTrapSMD.png
Trip Trap TripTrap.png TripTrapBSL.png TripTrapGTI.png TripTrapSMD.png
Emera-Swap Trap Emera-SwapTrapSMD.png
Emera-Crush Trap Emera-CrushTrapSMD.png
Spiked TileRBTDS
SpikesSMD
SpikedTile.png SpikedTileBSL.png SpikesSMD.png
Toxic Spikes ToxicSpikes.png ToxicSpikesBSL.png ToxicSpikesGTI.png ToxicSpikesSMD.png
Stealth Rock StealthRock.png StealthRockBSL.png StealthRockGTI.png StealthRockSMD.png
Random Trap RandomTrap.png RandomTrapBSL.png RandomTrapGTI.png RandomTrapSMD.png

In other languages

Note: Since Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky and later games were never released in South Korea, many names of dungeon tiles that appeared in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky and later were never localized in Korean. These have been marked with a .

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Wonder Tile ふしぎなゆか Case Miracle Wunder-Feld Mattomagica Baldosa Mágica 이상한 마루
Training Switch たんれんスイッチ BachopiègeGtI
Piège BachotageSMD
Trainingsschalter Interruttore Addestramento Baldosa Práctica
Stairs かいだん EscalierRBTDS
EscaliersGtISMD
Treppe Scale EscalerasRBTDS
escalerasGtISMD
계단
Warp Zone ワープゾーン Téléporteur Warp-Feld Zona teletrasporto Telepuerto 워프 포인트
Rescue SpotRB
Rescue PointTDS
きゅうじょちてん Point de secours Rettungszone Punto SOS Punto de rescate
Progress Point きろくポイント Point de Sauvegarde Speicherpunkt Punto Salvadati Punto de Guardado
Carpet カーペット Tapis Teppich Tappeto Alfombra 카펫
Sparkling Floor キラキラゆか Sol Brillant Leuchtboden Suolo Brillante Baldosa Brillante
Gold Floor おうごんゆか Sol Doré Goldboden Suolo Dorato Baldosa Dorada
Stunfisk マッギョ Limonde Flunschlik-Falle Stunfisk Stunfisk
Ditto メタモン Métamorph Ditto-Falle Ditto Ditto
Chestnut Trap イガグリスイッチ Piège Châtaigne Kastanien-Falle Castagnotrappola Trampa Castañazo 밤송이 스위치
Spiky Trap トゲトゲのワナ Piège Barbelé Kastanien-Falle Spinetrappola Trampa Púas
Pitfall Trap おとしあな Piège Trappe Gruben-Falle Precipitotrappola Trampa Trampilla 구멍함정B
빠뜨리기 구멍TD
Grudge Trap おんねんスイッチS
おんねんのワナSMD
Piège Rancune Nachspiel-FalleRBTDS
Groll-FalleGtISMD
Rancortrappola Trampa Rabia
Sticky Trap くっつきスイッチRBTDS
くっつきのワナGtISMD
Piège Glu Klebe-Falle Viscidotrappola Trampa Pegajosa 끈적끈적 스위치
Spin Trap ぐるぐるスイッチRBTDS
ぐるぐるのワナGtISMD
Piège Tournis Schwindel-Falle Storditrappola Trampa Rotatoria 빙글빙글 스위치
Trip Trap ころびスイッチRBTDS
ころばせのワナGtISMD
Croche-Piège Stolper-Falle Inciampotrappola Trampa Tropezón 데굴데굴 스위치
Selfdestruct Trap じばくスイッチ Piège Voltomine Spreng-Falle Scoppiotrappola Trampa Autodestr. 자폭 스위치
Blast Trap ばくはのワナ Piège Explosif Spreng-Falle Scoppiotrappola Trampa Explosiva
Poison Trap どくばりスイッチRBTDS
どくばりのワナGtISMD
Piège Poison Gift-Falle Velenotrappola Trampa Venenosa 독침B
독침 스위치TD
Gust Trap とっぷうスイッチRBTDS
とっぷうのワナGtISMD
Piège Ventilo Wind-Falle Rafficotrappola Trampa Tornado 날려버리기함정B
돌풍 스위치TD
Mud Trap どろスイッチRBTDS
どろのワナGtISMD
Piège Boue Matsch-Falle Fangotrappola Trampa Lodo 진흙 스위치
Slumber Trap バクスイッチRBTDS
すいみんのワナGtISMD
Piège Soporifique Traum-Falle Sonnotrappola Trampa Somnífera 수면 가스 스위치B
잠들기 스위치TD
Explosion Trap ばくはスイッチ Piège Électromine Bomben-Falle Boomtrappola Trampa Explosiva 대폭발 스위치B
폭파 스위치TD
Big Blast Trap だいばくはのワナ Piège Très Explosif Bomben-Falle Megascoppiotrappola Trampa Destructiva
Grimy Trap ベトベタスイッチRBTDS*
ベトベタのワナGtISMD
Piège TadmorvRBTDS*
Piège MorveuxGtISMD
Sleim-Falle Grimertrappola Trampa PestilenteRBTDS
Trampa ApestosaGtISMD
오물 스위치B
질퍽 스위치TD*
Apple Trap リンゴのワナ Piège Pomme Apfel-Falle Melatrappola Trampa Manzana
Hunger Trap はらへりのワナ Piège Faim Hunger-Falle Fametrappola Trampa Hambre
Seal Trap ふういんスイッチRBTDS
ふういんのワナGtISMD
Piège Verrou Siegel-Falle Sigillotrappola Trampa Sellante 봉인 스위치
Pokémon Trap ポケモンスイッチRBTDS
ポケモンのワナGtISMD
Piège Pokémon Pokémon-Falle Pokétrappola Trampa Nido 포켓몬 스위치
Slow Trap ヤドンスイッチRBTDS
どんそくのワナGtISMD
Piège RamolossRBTDS*
Piège LenteurGtISMD
Lahm-Falle Rallentotrappola Trampa Ralentí 야돈 스위치
Random Trap ゆびふりスイッチS
ゆびふりのワナSMD
Piège Aléa Zufalls-Falle Casotrappola Trampa Azar
Summon Trap よびよせスイッチRBTDS
よびよせのワナGtISMD
Piège Appeau Sammel-Falle Attirotrappola Trampa Aromática 소환트랩B
불러내기 스위치TD
Warp Trap ワープスイッチRBTDS
ワープのワナGtISMD
Télépiège Warp-Falle Teletrappola Teletrampa 워프 스위치
PP-Zero TrapRBTDS
PP Leech TrapGtISMD
わざへりのわなRBTDS
わざへりのワナGtISMD
Piège PP-Zéro AP-Minus-FalleRBTDS
AP-Schwund-FalleGtISMD
Trappola Zero PP Trampa Anula-PPRBTDS
Trampa Resta-PPGtISMD
기술줄임 함정
Stealth Rock ステルスロック Piège de Roc Tarnsteine Levitoroccia Trampa Rocas
Toxic Spikes どくびし Pics Toxik Giftspitzen Fielepunte Púas Tóxicas
Spiked TileRBTDS
SpikesSMD
まきびし Piège PicotsRBTDS
PicotsSMD
Stachel-Feld MattopunteRBTDS
PunteSMD
Baldosa PúasRBTDS
PúasSMD
압정
Emera-Crush Trap ラピスけしのワナ Piège Anti-Éphélite Sipalschwund-Falle Trappola Eliminalitos Trampa Robairistales
Emera-Swap Trap ラピスがえのワナ Piège Changeur d'Éphélite Sipalwechsel-Falle Trappola Scambialitos Trampa Cambiairistales
Discord Trap こじらせのワナ Piège Discorde Hinderungs-Falle Intoppotrappola Trampa Desavenencia


Special tiles in the Pokémon games
Cave tileHoleIce tileLedgeMarsh tilePuddleSand tileSnow tile
Spin tileSoft soilTall grassTrapWarp tileWater tile
Dungeon tile

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