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'''Makuhita Dojo''' (Japanese: '''マクノシタくんれんじょ''' ''{{tt|Makunoshita|Makuhita}} Training Center'') is a training facility in [[FilePokémon Mystery Dungeon:Makuhita DojoRed Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team]].png|thumb|240px It is located south of [[Pokémon Square]]. There are 21 [[Mystery Dungeon#Training mazes|mazes]] preset in the dojo, each only three floors deep. The exteriorfirst floor of all the building.mazes have no special features, the second floor have limited visibility and water except [[#Fire Maze|Fire Maze]] which have lava and [[#Rock Maze|Rock]] and [[#Steel Maze|Steel Maze]] which doesn't have any special [[Dungeon tile|floor tiles]]. The {{player}} has to play through the main storyline in order to unlock all 21 mazes.
'''Makuhita Dojo''' (Japanese: '''マクノシタくんれんじょ''' ''{{tt|Makunoshita|Makuhita}} Training Center'') is a training facility in [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team]]. It is located in the outskirts of [[Pokémon Square]]. There are 21 preset mazes in the dojo, each only three floors deep. The {{player}} has to play through the main storyline in order to unlock all 21 mazes.
 
WildThe Pokémon encountered in Makuhita Dojo cannot be recruited in any of the mazes. Boss Pokémon in the Team mazes may be recruited, however. The boss Pokémon may only be recruitablerecruited if the player is level 90+ or higher and wearing a {{DL|Recruitment|Friend Bow}}, with the exception of the {{p|Nuzleaf}} in the [[#Team Shifty|Team Shifty]] maze and the {{p|Graveler}} in the [[#Team Rumblerock|Team Rumblerock]] maze, which can be recruited if the player is either level 90 or higher or level 50 or higher with a [[Friend Bow]]. There is no chance of finding a [[monsterMonster houseHouse]]s, a[[Kecleon shopShop]]s, or anitems itemin ofthis anydungeon. sort{{a|Pickup}} instill thisworks, dungeonhowever.
 
==Pickup items==
Type-themed mazes will have their type Gummi, while team mazes will have an Apple. Heal and Cheri appear in mazes from Normal to Poison. The other items are shared.
{{DungeonItem/h|Arceus}}
{{DungeonItem|Cheri Berry|Berry|sprite=MDBag Cheri Berry Sprite|3=1-2}}
{{DungeonItem|Oran Berry|Berry|sprite=MDBag Oran Berry Sprite|3=1-2}}
{{DungeonItem|Pecha Berry|Berry|sprite=MDBag Pecha Berry III Sprite|3=1-2}}
{{DungeonItem|Blast Seed|Seed|3=1-2}}
{{DungeonItem|Heal Seed|Seed|3=1-2}}
{{DungeonItem|Reviver Seed|Seed|3=1-2}}
{{DungeonItem|Warp Seed|Seed|3=1-2}}
{{DungeonItem|Apple|3=1-2}}
{{DungeonItem|Gummi|sprite=MDBag White Gummi III Sprite|3=1-2}}
|}
 
==Traps encountered==
'''Note''': The % are rough estimates. Traps appear only in team mazes.
{| class="roundy sortable" style="text-align: center; background: #{{arceus color}}; border: 3px solid #{{arceus color dark}}"
|-
! class="unsortable" style="background: #{{arceus color light}}; {{roundytl|5px}}" | Image
! style="background-color: #{{arceus color light}}" | {{color2|000|Dungeon tile|Trap}}
! style="background-color: #{{arceus color light}}; {{roundytr|5px}}" data-sort-type="number" | Floor 1-2
|- style="background: #FFF"
| [[File:GrimyTrap.png]]
| '''Grimy Trap'''
| 11.76%
|- style="background: #FFF"
|[[File:MudTrap.png]]
| '''Mud Trap'''
| 11.76%
|- style="background: #FFF"
|[[File:PoisonTrap.png]]
| '''Poison Trap'''
| 11.77%
|- style="background: #FFF"
|[[File:PP-ZeroTrap.png]]
| '''PP-Zero Trap'''
| 11.76%
|- style="background: #FFF"
|[[File:SealTrap.png]]
|'''Seal Trap'''
| 11.76%
|- style="background: #FFF"
|[[File:SlowTrap.png]]
|'''Slow Trap'''
| 11.77%
|- style="background: #FFF"
|[[File:SlumberTrap.png]]
|'''Slumber Trap'''
| 5.88%
|- style="background: #FFF"
|[[File:SummonTrap.png]]
|'''Spin Trap'''
| 11.77%
|- style="background: #FFF"
|[[File:StickyTrap.png]]
|'''Sticky Trap'''
| 11.77%
|}
 
==Normal Maze==
This maze takes place in a rock cave.
 
===Wild Pokémon encountered===
{{mdloc/h|normal}}
{{mdloc|020|Raticate|1B1-2B2|19|0}}
{{mdloc|162083|FurretFarfetch'd|3B3|1410|0|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc|083162|Farfetch'dFurret|3B3|1014|0|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc|263|Zigzagoon|3B3|5|0|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc/f|normal}}
 
This maze takes place in a volcano.
 
===Wild Pokémon encountered===
{{mdloc/h|fire}}
{{mdloc|240077|MagbyPonyta|1B1-2B2|1730|0}}
{{mdloc|218|Slugma|1B1-2B2|16|0}}
{{mdloc|077240|PonytaMagby|1B1-2B2|3017|0}}
{{mdloc|240077|MagbyPonyta|3B3|1730|0|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc|218|Slugma|3B3|16|0|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc|077240|PonytaMagby|3B3|3017|0|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc/f|fire}}
 
This maze takes place in a lake.
 
===Wild Pokémon encountered===
{{mdloc/h|water}}
{{mdloc|060|Poliwag|1B1-2B2|10|0}}
{{mdloc|060|Poliwag|3B3|10|0|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc/f|water|There are three Poliwag as the bosses.}}
 
This maze takes place in a forest.
 
===Wild Pokémon encountered===
{{mdloc/h|grass}}
{{mdloc|191102|SunkernExeggcute|1B1-2B2|1|0}}
{{mdloc|102191|ExeggcuteSunkern|1B1-2B2|1|0}}
{{mdloc|191102|SunkernExeggcute|3B3|1|0|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc|102191|ExeggcuteSunkern|3B3|1|0|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc|331285|CacneaShroomish|3B3|139|0|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc|285331|ShroomishCacnea|3B3|913|0|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc/f|grass}}
 
This maze takes place in ruins.
 
===Wild Pokémon encountered===
{{mdloc/h|electric}}
{{mdloc|100|Voltorb|1B1-2B2|3|0}}
{{mdloc|100|Voltorb|3B3|3|0|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc|309|Electrike|3B3|12|0|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc/f|electric|There are two Voltorb and two Electrike as the bosses.}}
 
This maze takes place in an ice cave.
 
===Wild Pokémon encountered===
{{mdloc/h|ice}}
{{mdloc|220|Swinub|1B1-2B2|8|0}}
{{mdloc|361221|SnoruntPiloswine|1B1-2B2|2016|0}}
{{mdloc|221361|PiloswineSnorunt|1B1-2B2|1620|0}}
{{mdloc|220|Swinub|3B3|8|0|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc|361221|SnoruntPiloswine|3B3|2016|0|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc|221361|PiloswineSnorunt|3B3|1620|0|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc/f|ice}}
 
This maze takes place in a granite cave.
 
===Wild Pokémon encountered===
{{mdloc/h|fighting}}
{{mdloc|236|Tyrogue|1B1-2B2|6|0}}
{{mdloc|307|Meditite|1B1-2B2|6|0}}
{{mdloc|106|Hitmonlee|3B3|22|0|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc|236|Tyrogue|3B3|6|0|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc|307|Meditite|3B3|6|0|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc/f|fighting}}
 
This maze takes place in a rock cave.
 
===Wild Pokémon encountered===
{{mdloc/h|ground}}
{{mdloc|050|Diglett|1B1-2B2|20|0}}
{{mdloc|231|Phanpy|1B1-2B2|14|0}}
{{mdloc|050|Diglett|3B3|20|0|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc|231|Phanpy|3B3|14|0|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc/f|ground|There are two Diglett and two Phanpy as the bosses.}}
 
This maze takes place in a granite cave.
 
===Wild Pokémon encountered===
{{mdloc/h|flying}}
{{mdloc|016|Pidgey|1B1-2B2|1|0}}
{{mdloc|016|Pidgey|3B3|1|0|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc|084083|DoduoFarfetch'd|3B3|1410|0|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc|083084|Farfetch'dDoduo|3B3|1014|0|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc/f|flying}}
 
This maze takes place in a granite cave.
 
===Wild Pokémon encountered===
{{mdloc/h|psychic}}
{{mdloc|202|Wobbuffet|1B1-2B2|30|0}}
{{mdloc|202|Wobbuffet|3B3|30|0|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc/f|psychic|There are three Wobbuffet as the bosses.}}
 
This maze takes place in a poisonous swamp.
 
===Wild Pokémon encountered===
{{mdloc/h|poison}}
{{mdloc|029|Nidoran♀|1B1-2B2|4|0}}
{{mdloc|029|Nidoran♀|3B3|4|0|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc|032|Nidoran♂|3B3|12|0|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc/f|poison|There are two Nidoran♀ and two Nidoran♂ as the bosses.}}
 
This maze takes place in a forest.
 
===Wild Pokémon encountered===
{{mdloc/h|bug}}
{{mdloc|013|Weedle|1B1-2B2|8|0}}
{{mdloc|127015|PinsirBeedrill|1B1-2B2|610|0}}
{{mdloc|015127|BeedrillPinsir|1B1-2B2|106|0}}
{{mdloc|013|Weedle|3B3|8|0|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc|127015|PinsirBeedrill|3B3|610|0|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc|015127|BeedrillPinsir|3B3|106|0|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc/f|bug}}
 
This maze takes place in a rock cave.
 
===Wild Pokémon encountered===
{{mdloc/h|rock}}
{{mdloc|185074|SudowoodoGeodude|1B1-2B2|75|0}}
{{mdloc|074185|GeodudeSudowoodo|1B1-2B2|57|0}}
{{mdloc|247074|PupitarGeodude|3B3|175|0|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc|185|Sudowoodo|3B3|7|0|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc|074247|GeodudePupitar|3B3|517|0|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc/f|rock}}
 
This maze takes place in a granite cave.
 
===Wild Pokémon encountered===
{{mdloc/h|ghost}}
{{mdloc|092|Gastly|1B1-2B2|23|0}}
{{mdloc|092|Gastly|3B3|23|0|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc/f|ghost|There are three Gastly as the bosses.}}
 
This maze takes place in a granite cave.
 
===Wild Pokémon encountered===
{{mdloc/h|dragon}}
{{mdloc|371|Bagon|1B1-2B2|16|0}}
{{mdloc|372|Shelgon|1B1-2B2|19|0}}
{{mdloc|371|Bagon|3B3|16|0|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc|372|Shelgon|3B3|19|0|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc/f|dragon|There are two Bagon and two Shelgon as the bosses.}}
 
This maze takes place in ruins.
 
===Wild Pokémon encountered===
{{mdloc/h|dark}}
{{mdloc|261|Poochyena|1B1-2B2|3|0}}
{{mdloc|261198|PoochyenaMurkrow|3B3|314|0|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc|198261|MurkrowPoochyena|3B3|143|0|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc/f|dark|There are two Poochyena and two Murkrow as the bosses.}}
 
This maze takes place in a granite cave.
 
===Wild Pokémon encountered===
{{mdloc/h|steel}}
{{mdloc|374304|BeldumAron|1B1-2B2|56|0}}
{{mdloc|304374|AronBeldum|1B1-2B2|65|0}}
{{mdloc|374304|BeldumAron|3B3|56|0|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc|304374|AronBeldum|3B3|65|0|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc/f|steel|There are two Beldum and two Aron as the bosses.}}
 
==Team Shifty==
Team Shifty is a Normal-rank rescue team consisting of its leader {{p|Shiftry}} and two {{p|Nuzleaf}}. The trio were known to cause some trouble at the beginning of the game. Later on, Shiftry assembled Pokémon in [[Pokémon Square]] to recruit a team to attempt to stop {{p|Groudon}} in the [[Magma Cavern]]. The volunteers were leaders of other rescue teams: {{p|Blastoise}} from Team Hydro, {{p|Octillery}} from Team Constrictor, and {{p|Golem}} from Team Rumblerock.
 
Team Shifty's maze in the Makuhita Dojo takes place in a forest.
 
===Wild Pokémon encountered===
{{mdloc/h|grass}}
{{mdloc|274|Nuzleaf|1B1-2B2|10|0}}
{{mdloc|274|Nuzleaf|3B3|10|-19|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc|275|Shiftry|3B3|20|-30|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc/f|dark|There are two Nuzleaf and one Shiftry as the bosses.}}
 
==Team Constrictor==
Team Constrictor is a Silver-rank rescue team consisting of its leader {{p|Octillery}} as well as {{p|Tentacruel}} and {{p|Cradily}}. Octillery stepped up to volunteer her services in an attempt to stop {{p|Groudon}} in the [[Magma Cavern]].
 
Team Constrictor's maze in the Makuhita Dojo takes place in deep water.
 
===Wild Pokémon encountered===
{{mdloc/h|water}}
{{mdloc|072|Tentacool|1B1-2B2|27|0}}
{{mdloc|346073|CradilyTentacruel|3B3|4533|-30|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc|224|Octillery|3B3|30|-30|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc|073346|TentacruelCradily|3B3|3345|-30|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc/f|water}}
 
===Trivia===
*Octillery's usage of the word "darling" may be a play on at least one of the {{wp|Gabor sisters}}.
 
==Team Hydro==
Team Hydro is a Bronze-rank rescue team consisting of all of the fully evolved {{type|Water}} [[starter Pokémon]] as of [[Generation III]]: its leader {{p|Blastoise}} as well as {{p|Feraligatr}} and {{p|Swampert}}. Blastoise stepped up to volunteer his services in an attempt to stop {{p|Groudon}} in the [[Magma Cavern]].
 
Team Hydro's maze in the Makuhita Dojo takes place in a lake.
 
===Wild Pokémon encountered===
{{mdloc/h|water}}
{{mdloc|060|Poliwag|1B1-2B2|10|0}}
{{mdloc|260009|SwampertBlastoise|3B3|3738|-33.9|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc|009160|BlastoiseFeraligatr|3B3|3832|-33.9|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc|160260|FeraligatrSwampert|3B3|3237|-33.9|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc/f|water}}
 
==Team Rumblerock==
Team Rumblerock is a Normal-rank rescue team consisting of its leader {{p|Golem}} and two {{p|Graveler}}. Golem stepped up to volunteer his services in an attempt to stop {{p|Groudon}} in the [[Magma Cavern]].
 
Team Rumblerock's maze in Makuhita Dojo takes place in a rock cave.
 
===Wild Pokémon encountered===
{{mdloc/h|rock}}
{{mdloc|075|Graveler|1B1-2B2|22|0}}
{{mdloc|075|Graveler|3B3|22|-19|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc|076|Golem|3B3|15|-30|boss=yes}}
{{mdloc/f|ground|There are two Graveler and one Golem as the bosses.}}
 
==RewardsRescue Team Maze==
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The===Pokémon player will also receive a Ginseng the first time he or she clears Rescue Team-based maze.encountered===
{{mdloc/h|normal}}
{{mdloc|016|Pidgey|B1-B2|?|0}}
{{mdloc|019|Rattata|B1-B2|?|0}}
{{mdloc|100|Voltorb|B1-B2|?|0}}
{{mdloc|102|Exeggcute|B1-B2|?|0}}
{{mdloc|191|Sunkern|B1-B2|?|0}}
{{mdloc/f|grass|The transferred Team will be the boss of this maze.}}
 
==Rewards==
Upon clearing each of the type-based mazes available within the main storyline at least once, the player will receive a {{p|Bonsly}} statue to place outside their rescue [[Team Base]] and a {{DL|Health drink|Ginseng}}.
 
The player will also receive a Ginseng the first time they clear the Rescue Team-based mazes.
 
==Trivia==
* Octillery's usage of the word "darling" may be a play on at least one of the {{wp|Gabor sisters}}.
* The fully-evolved recruitable boss Pokémon in the team mazes represent eight of the nine exceptions to a game mechanic that prevents players from recruiting fully-evolved Pokémon in dungeons. The lone other exception is {{p|Porygon2}}.
* All of the training dungeons share the same theme song with {{OBP|Rock Path|Red and Blue Rescue Team}}, [[Snow Path]], and [[Joyous Tower]].
 
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==Related articles==
*[[Marowak Dojo]]
 
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