Mysterious Geoglyph

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Mysterious Geoglyph 地上絵
Mysterious Geoglyph
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Basic info
Floors: 8
Rest stops: No
Traps: Yes
Monster Houses:
Main type: Bug, Steel
Boss: No
Allowances
Recruiting: No*
Items: Current
Money: Allowed
Starting level: Current
Team members: Up to 3

Mysterious Geoglyph (Japanese: 地上絵 Mysterious Geoglyph) is a dungeon in Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon that is located off the coast of the Sand Continent. It is unlocked by reaching the Gold Rank.

The only Pokémon that can be encountered is Genesect, with its various Drives. Upon clearing the dungeon for the first time, Genesect will connect with the player. Additionally, the Sand Looplet, one of the Eight Treasures, will also be granted to the player upon completion.

Pokémon encountered

Pokémon Floors Levels Recruit Rate
  Genesect B1F-B8F ?? Unrecruitable
These Pokémon are recruited through the Connection Orb rather than fighting them.

In other languages

Language Title
  French Géoglyphes Énigmatiques
  German Rätselhafte Geoglyphen
  Italian Geoglifi Misteriosi
  Spanish Geoglifos Enigmáticos



Locations in the Pokémon world in Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon
Key locations
Serene VillageLively TownBaram TownCapim TownNoe TownSahra Town
Kecleon ShopCafé ConnectionHawlucha's Slam SchoolGlorious Gold
Expedition SocietyLapras Travel LinerVoidlandsTree of Life
  Water Continent
Open PassLush ForestForeboding ForestDrilbur Coal MineSchool Forest
Glittering MountainNectar MeadowPoliwrath RiverAncient Barrow
Sheer Mountain RangeGentle Slope CaveShowdown MountainRevelation Mountain
Abyssal BadlandsCave of the DeepCalm Craggy AreaReverse MountainPurifying Cave
Cave of TrainingLeafy HighlandsHeadwater HollowLongfield CaveSunbathed Garden
Serpentine Mountain TrailElectric WastelandWaterfall Basin GrottoBustling Valley
Pledge HillRolling PassMaze MeadowThrash DungeonUprise RangeStone Field
Odd FieldPeewee Meadow
  Air Continent
Mystical ForestSubmerged CavePrehistoric RuinsSpring of ResolveRough Tunnel
Mysterious PlainsSmall Sand DuneBerry ForestSuper Apple ForestElegant Gorge
Moonlit CaveFrosty Tree StepsWorld TreeGhost IslandYellow PointRed Point
Distress MountainForest of Bounty
  Grass Continent
Mystery JungleThorny Shadow PathDeep Ocean TunnelTemple RemainsSacred Ruins
Hidden CaveHeart LakePath of Fallen LeavesSunny Spot HillFriendly Meadow
Abundant PassStealth CavernCrystalline MazeLittle CanyonSpiral Vortex
Giant Stone MeadowFresh MeadowBlue PointTriangle TempleSky Ruins
Dragon GateMagma ChamberZero IsleFreedom Coast
  Mist Continent
Lake of EnlightenmentAurora's EdgeMidnight Sun GorgeForest of Fairies
Flagstone CaveFrozen MountainPumpkaboo ForestFrozen FallsGooey Bog
Buried RuinsClear LakeIsland of IsolationMeteorite CraterCape of Wonders
  Sand Continent
Sand Dune of SpiritsApex MountainStone Tree MountainYellow Sand Labyrinth
Valley of Strong WindsHall of MagicThirsty DesertSecret QuarryHoley MeadowSnowy Cave
Sandy CaveJewel RoadFossil ExcavationIsle of LightMysterious GeoglyphGolden Suite
  Sea of Wonders
Fire Island VolcanoRoad to Primeval ForestTree of Life: RootsTree of Life: Trunk
Prism BridgeSea ShrineAltar of IceAltar of Ice: DepthsOcean Tempest
Seafloor RuinsIsland of Storms
  Mystery Continent
Destiny TowerLake of Mysterious LightGuidance Ruins
  Pelipper Island
Pelipper Dungeon: EndPelipper Dungeon: MiddlePelipper Dungeon: Start
Meowth Theater
Meowth in BlackMy Fair MisdreavusFor a Few Boldores MoreCasameowncaIt's a Meownderful Life
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