Mt. Blaze

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Mt. Blaze
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Basic info
Floors: 15*
Rest stops: Yes
Traps: No
Monster Houses: No
Main type: Fire* FireFlying*
Boss: Moltres
Recruiting: Yes*
Items: Allowed
Money: Allowed
Starting level: Current
Team members: 3*

Mt. Blaze (Japanese: Mt. Blaze) is the tenth dungeon in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team and Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX. It takes place in a volcano filled with lava panels and Fire-type Pokémon that may freely walk on them.

It consists of 12 floors and it ends in Mt. Blaze Peak (Japanese:  山頂), where it then continues for another three floors before ending in a battle with the Legendary Pokémon Moltres. There is no chance of finding a Monster House in this dungeon. This is the first dungeon to feature Kecleon Shops and buried items in Red and Blue Rescue Team.

Pokémon encountered

Generation III

Mt. Blaze

Pokémon Floors Levels Recruit Rate
  Pidgeot 1-3 16 Unrecruitable
  Magby 1-5 17 9.5%
  Numel 1-6 14 8.1%
  Slugma 1-12 16 11.4%
  Shuckle 5-9 15 6.9%
  Torkoal 7-12 15 8.1%
  Rapidash 8-12 10 Unrecruitable
Pokémon cannot be recruited the first time this dungeon is cleared.

Mt. Blaze Peak

Pokémon Floors Levels Recruit Rate
  Fearow 1-2 17 Unrecruitable
  Arcanine 1-2 18 Unrecruitable
  Moltres 3 32 30% Boss
Moltres cannot be recruited until after the credits roll.

Generation VIII

Pokémon Floors Levels Recruit Rate
  Magby 1-6 19 10.8%
  Numel 1-6 19 10.8%
  Slugma 1-11 19 10.8%
  Pidgeot 4-9 36 10.8%
  Torkoal 9-13 19 10.8%
  Fearow 12-14 20 10.8%
  Arcanine 12-14 19 10.8%
  Rapidash 12-14 40 -2.2%
  Moltres 15 20 100% Boss
Fainted Pokémon
  Marill 2-12 20 100%
  Hitmontop 8, 14 20 100%
  Corphish 5-6, 12, 14 20 100%
  Mightyena 11-12, 14 20 100%
  Furret 2-12 20 100%
  Aron 2-12 20 100%
  Metang 4, 6, 9 20 100%
Strong Foe
  Azumarill 3-7, 9-10, 12-14 19 Unrecruitable
Pokémon cannot be recruited the first time this dungeon is cleared.
Moltres cannot be recruited until after the credits roll.
Shiny Azumarill can only be recruited with a Friend Bow.


Generation III

Mt. Blaze

Item Floors
  4-74 Poké 1-12F
  Power Band 1-12F
  Special Band 1-12F
  3-4 Gravelerock 1-12F
  Black Gummi 1-12F
  Brown Gummi 1-12F
  Gray Gummi 1-12F
  Orange Gummi 1-12F
  Pink Gummi 1-12F
  Red Gummi 1-12F
  Silver Gummi 1-12F
  Aerial Ace 1-12F
  Attract 1-12F
  Brick Break 1-12F
  Bullet Seed 1-12F
  Dig 1-12F
  Facade 1-12F
  Frustration 1-12F
  Giga Drain 1-12F
  Hidden Power 1-12F
  Rest 1-12F
  Return 1-12F
  Roar 1-12F
  Safeguard 1-12F
  Secret Power 1-12F
  Shadow Ball 1-12F
  Shock Wave 1-12F
  Taunt 1-12F
  Thief 1-12F
  Torment 1-12F
  Toxic 1-12F
  Link Box 1-12F

Mt. Blaze Peak

Item Floors
  4-74 Poké 1-2F
  Red Gummi 1-2F

Kecleon Shop

The shops appear on Mt. Blaze.

Item Floors
  Apple 3-12F
  Big Apple 3-12F
  Cheri Berry 3-12F
  Oran Berry 3-12F
  Pecha Berry 3-12F
  Rawst Berry 3-12F
  Blast Seed 3-12F
  Reviver Seed 3-12F
  Max Elixir 3-12F
  Blowback Orb 3-12F
  Hurl Orb 3-12F
  Luminous Orb 3-12F
  Petrify Orb 3-12F
  Radar Orb 3-12F
  Scanner Orb 3-12F
  Warp Orb 3-12F

Buried items

The buried items appear at Mt. Blaze Peak.

Item Floors
  Gold Ribbon 1-2F
  3-4 Gravelerock 1-2F
  Silver Spike 1-2F
  Banana 1-2F
  Joy Seed 1-2F
  Life Seed 1-2F
  Sitrus Berry 1-2F
  Calcium 1-2F
  Ginseng 1-2F
  Iron 1-2F
  Protein 1-2F
  Zinc 1-2F
  Huge Apple 1-2F
  Black Gummi 1-2F
  Blue Gummi 1-2F
  Brown Gummi 1-2F
  Clear Gummi 1-2F
  Gold Gummi 1-2F
  Grass Gummi 1-2F
  Gray Gummi 1-2F
  Green Gummi 1-2F
  Orange Gummi 1-2F
  Pink Gummi 1-2F
  Purple Gummi 1-2F
  Red Gummi 1-2F
  Royal Gummi 1-2F
  Silver Gummi 1-2F
  Sky Gummi 1-2F
  White Gummi 1-2F
  Yellow Gummi 1-2F
  Cleanse Orb 1-2F
  Decoy Orb 1-2F
  Drought Orb 1-2F
  Escape Orb 1-2F
  Evasion Orb 1-2F
  Fill-In Orb 1-2F
  Hail Orb 1-2F
  Hurl Orb 1-2F
  Identify Orb 1-2F
  Invisify Orb 1-2F
  Itemizer Orb 1-2F
  Lob Orb 1-2F
  Longtoss Orb 1-2F
  Luminous Orb 1-2F
  Mobile Orb 1-2F
  Mug Orb 1-2F
  One-Room Orb 1-2F
  One-Shot Orb 1-2F
  Petrify Orb 1-2F
  Pierce Orb 1-2F
  Pounce Orb 1-2F
  Quick Orb 1-2F
  Radar Orb 1-2F
  Rainy Orb 1-2F
  Rebound Orb 1-2F
  Rocky Orb 1-2F
  Rollcall Orb 1-2F
  Sandy Orb 1-2F
  Scanner Orb 1-2F
  See-Trap Orb 1-2F
  Shocker Orb 1-2F
  Silence Orb 1-2F
  Sizebust Orb 1-2F
  Slow Orb 1-2F
  Slumber Orb 1-2F
  Snatch Orb 1-2F
  Stairs Orb 1-2F
  Stayaway Orb 1-2F
  Sunny Orb 1-2F
  Switcher Orb 1-2F
  Totter Orb 1-2F
  Transfer Orb 1-2F
  Trapbust Orb 1-2F
  Trapper Orb 1-2F
  Trawl Orb 1-2F
  Two-Edge Orb 1-2F
  Warp Orb 1-2F

Other encounters

Generation III

Image Tile Floor 1-2 Floor 3-4, 9-12 Floor 5-6, 8 Floor 7
  Kecleon Shop 0% 6% 8% 10%


Cutscene Entrance Summit

In the manga

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Ginji's Rescue Team

Ginji and Mudkip passed through Mt. Blaze on their way to meet Ninetales in Goodbye to a Peaceful Village!. At Mt. Blaze, they were attacked by Moltres, whom Gengar had tricked into attacking them, claiming that Ginji was the human cursed by Ninetales, whose mere presence would be a threat to their world. Moltres offered Ginji a chance to survive if he would leave Mudkip behind, but he refused to do so. As Moltres was proven too powerful to defeat with Ginji's flames, he instead fired his Flamethrower into a volcanic crater, causing lava to erupt from it. When Mudkip then cooled the lava down with his Water Gun, it was turned into a group of huge rocks, thus resulting in a Rock Slide, one of Moltres's biggest weaknesses, which was enough to defeat it.

In other languages

Mt. Blaze

Language Title
  French Mont ArdentRTDX
Mt ArdentRB
  German Feuerberg
  Italian Monte Vampa
  Korean 화염산 Hwayeom-san
  Spanish Monte Ígneo

Mt. Blaze Peak

Language Title
  French Mont Ardent - SommetRTDX
Mt Ardent-PicRB
  German Feuerberggipfel
  Italian Vetta Vampa
  Korean 화염산 중턱 Hwayeom-san Jungteog
  Spanish Pico Ígneo

Locations in the Pokémon world in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team, Blue Rescue Team, and Rescue Team DX
Major locations
Friend Areas/Rescue team campsTeam BasePokémon SquareKecleon Shop
Kangaskhan StorageMakuhita DojoWhiscash PondLuminous CaveHill of the Ancients
Tiny WoodsThunderwave CaveMt. SteelSinister WoodsSilent Chasm
Mt. ThunderGreat CanyonLapis CaveRock PathMt. BlazeSnow Path
Frosty ForestMt. FreezeMagma CavernSky TowerUproar Forest
Howling ForestStormy SeaSilver TrenchMeteor CaveFiery Field
Lightning FieldNorthwind FieldMt. FarawayWestern CaveNorthern Range
Pitfall ValleyBuried RelicWish CaveMurky CaveDesert Region
Southern CavernWyvern HillSolar CaveDarknight RelicGrand Sea
Waterfall PondUnown RelicJoyous TowerFar-Off SeaPurity Forest
Oddity CaveRemains IslandMarvelous SeaFantasy Strait
Unknown DungeonRB
Illusory GrottoRTDX

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