Mt. Thunder

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Basic info
Floors: 13*
Rest stops: Yes
Traps: No
Monster Houses: No
Main type: Electric, Poison* Electric*
Electric*
Boss: Zapdos
Allowances
Recruiting: Yes
Items: Allowed
Money: Allowed
Starting level: Current
Team members: 3

Mt. Thunder (Japanese: 雷鳴 Mt. Thunder) is the sixth dungeon in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team and Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX. It is the first to feature a boss fight with a Legendary Pokémon; (Zapdos). As its name implies, the dungeon is inside a mountain where many of the native Pokémon are Electric-type.

After floor 10, the player is given an option to save and heal before continuing on to Mt. Thunder Peak (Japanese: 雷鳴 山頂), which takes place on the outside of the mountain, which is craggy and populated by powerful Pokémon such as Electabuzz. There is no chance of finding a Monster House, a shop, or a buried item in this dungeon.


Pokémon encountered

Generation III

Mt. Thunder

Pokémon Floors Levels Recruit Rate
  Weedle 1-4 8 11.4%
  Nidoran♂ 1-4 12 12.6%
  Electrike 1-4 12 7.8%
  Cacnea 1-4 11 7.2%
  Pidgeotto 2-5 11 -19%
  Beedrill 5-8 10 Unrecruitable
  Electabuzz 5-8 12 Unrecruitable
  Stantler 5-9 9 7.2%
  Ampharos 6-10 12 Unrecruitable
  Gligar 7-10 12 8.5%
  Manectric 8-10 9 Unrecruitable
  Growlithe 9-10 10 10.6%

Mt. Thunder Peak

Pokémon Floors Levels Recruit Rate
  Growlithe 1-2 10 10.6%
  Electabuzz 1-2 12 Unrecruitable
  Ampharos 1-2 12 Unrecruitable
  Gligar 1-2 12 8.5%
  Manectric 1-2 9 Unrecruitable
  Zapdos 3 25 30% Boss
Zapdos cannot be recruited until after the credits roll.

Generation VIII

Pokémon Floors Levels Recruit Rate
  Nidoran♂ 1-5 15 10.8%
  Electrike 1-5 15 10.8%
  Cacnea 1-5 15 10.8%
  Stantler 1-5 15 10.8%
  Pidgeotto 6-12 18 10.8%
  Electabuzz 6-12 30 10.8%
  Gligar 6-12 15 10.8%
  Manectric 6-12 26 10.8%
  Growlithe 6-12 15 10.8%
  Zapdos 13 17 100% Boss
Fainted Pokémon
  Zubat 2-12 17 100%
  Tauros 2-12 17 100%
  Heracross 2-12 17 100%
  Smoochum 2-12 17 100%
  Hoppip 2-12 17 100%
  Dunsparce 2-12 17 100%
Strong Foe
  Dragonite 3-12 55 Unrecruitable
-6.4% 
Zapdos cannot be recruited until after the credits roll.
Shiny Dragonite can only be recruited with a Friend Bow.

Items

Generation III

Mt. Thunder

Item Floors
  4-194 Poké 1-10F
  Gold Ribbon 1-10F
  Power Band 1-10F
  Special Band 1-10F
  3-4 Gravelerock 1-10F
  Apple 1-10F
  Black Gummi 1-10F
  Blue Gummi 1-10F
  Brown Gummi 1-10F
  Clear Gummi 1-10F
  Gold Gummi 1-10F
  Gray Gummi 1-10F
  Orange Gummi 1-10F
  Pink Gummi 1-10F
  Red Gummi 1-10F
  Sky Gummi 1-10F
  White Gummi 1-10F
  Yellow Gummi 1-10F
  Cheri Berry 1-10F
  Oran Berry 1-10F
  Pecha Berry 1-10F
  Blast Seed 1-10F
  Max Elixir 1-10F
  Aerial Ace 1-10F
  Attract 1-10F
  Brick Break 1-10F
  Bullet Seed 1-10F
  Dig 1-10F
  Facade 1-10F
  Frustration 1-10F
  Giga Drain 1-10F
  Hidden Power 1-10F
  Rest 1-10F
  Return 1-10F
  Roar 1-10F
  Safeguard 1-10F
  Secret Power 1-10F
  Shadow Ball 1-10F
  Shock Wave 1-10F
  Taunt 1-10F
  Thief 1-10F
  Torment 1-10F
  Toxic 1-10F
  Link Box 1-10F

Mt. Thunder Peak

Item Floors
  4-194 Poké 1-2F
  Brown Gummi 1-2F
  Clear Gummi 1-2F
  Grass Gummi 1-2F
  Gray Gummi 1-2F
  Orange Gummi 1-2F
  Pink Gummi 1-2F
  Red Gummi 1-2F
  Silver Gummi 1-2F
  Sky Gummi 1-2F
  White Gummi 1-2F
  Yellow Gummi 1-2F
  Oran Berry 1-2F
  Blast Seed 1-2F
  Max Elixir 1-2F

Layout

Entrance Mt. Thunder Peak Summit
     
 

In the manga

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Ginji's Rescue Team

Ginji and Mudkip passed through Mt. Thunder in I Want to be Human Again! on their way to meet Xatu at the Hill of the Ancients. On their way, they encountered Zapdos, who attacked them. At first, they were unable to deal practically any damage on the Legendary bird Pokémon, but eventually Mudkip, encouraged by Ginji, used Mud Sport to protect Ginji from Zapdos's Electric attacks so that he was able to defeat it with a close-range Flamethrower.

In other languages

Mt. Thunder

Language Title
  French Mont FoudreRTDX
Mt FoudreRB
  German Donnerberg
  Italian Monte Tuono
  Korean 천둥산 Cheondung-san
  Portuguese Monte Thunder*
  Spanish Monte Trueno

Mt. Thunder Peak

Language Title
  French Mont Foudre - SommetRTDX
Mt Foudre-PicRB
  German Donnerberggipfel
  Italian Vetta Tuono
  Korean 천둥산 중턱 Cheondung-san Jungteog
  Spanish Pico Trueno


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
Dungeons
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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