Zero Isle Center

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Zero Isle Center ゼロのしま ちゅうおうぶ
Zero Isle Center
Zero Isle Center main S.png
Basic info
Floors: 50
Rest stops: No
Traps: Yes
Monster Houses: Yes
Main type: None
Boss: None
Allowances
Recruiting: No
Items: 16
Money: Allowed
Starting level: Current
Team members: 4

Zero Isle Center (Japanese: ゼロのしま ちゅうおうぶ Zero Isle Center) is a new dungeon introduced in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky. It is unlocked after graduating and recycling 150 times at the Spinda's Café Recycle Shop.

Gameplay

Zero Isle Center is effectively a shorter, but more difficult version of the already challenging Zero Isle North. Like there, upon entering, the player is barred from gaining any further experience points and cannot recruit any Pokémon. The Pokémon start off as strong as they were at the end of Zero Isle North, Lv. 90 with 850IQ, and reach Lv. 99 by floor 20, making this dungeon a challenging trek even at Lv. 100.

Additionally, like in Zero Isle East, the player is allowed to bring only 16 items at the start of the dungeon (though the player is allowed to collect more within the dungeon itself); any further items have to be deposited into Kangaskhan Storage before entering, or will be lost forever. Any items obtained within the dungeon are preserved as per usual rules. There are further restrictions that do not apply in any of the other Zero Isles: the player cannot be rescued if knocked out, and traps remain invisible until walked on. Being a dungeon introduced in Explorers of Sky, it also contains the Grudge and Random Traps.

The amount of starting enemies starts off higher than any dungeon in Explorers of Time and Darkness and eventually surpasses all dungeons present in Explorers of Sky. Specifically:

  • 5-9 on floors 1 through 7
  • 6-11 on floors 8 through 24
  • 6-12 on floors 24 through 49

There's 4-7 items on floors 1 through 10, 3-6 on floors 11 through 20 and 2-5 on later floors. There's also 2-5 items buried in the walls, though they're all Poké. However, items spawn sticky 8% of the time, and there are no Reviver Seeds outside of those the player brings in.

Reflecting the sheer strength of the dungeon's Pokémon, all missions past first floor are ranked either ★8 or ★9, with all missions past floor 6 being all ★9 regardless of the type. The turn limit before the player is thrown out of the dungeon is 2000 turns, twice the limit present in most other dungeons. The IQ Booster will activate on every floor.

All floors are large-sized, with the following amount of rooms:

  • 3-8 on floors 1, 9, 12, 22, 23, 34 and 35
  • 3-9 on floors 2, 5, 10, 11, 13, 42 and 47
  • 3-10 on floors 3, 6, 14, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 25, 26, 28, 30, 32, 37, 38, 41, 43, 46 and 48
  • 3-11 on floors 7, 15, 29, 44 and 49
  • 3-12 on floors 4, 8, 16, 24, 27, 33, 36, 39 and 45
  • 3-14 on floors 31 and 40

Floors 1 through 7 have water on them. There is heavy darkness in the dungeon. There is random weather on floors 15, 21, 24 and 28.

Unlike other Zero Isles, there are no rare items to be found lying on the ground, only in Kecleon Shops. There are also no Treasure Chambers to unlock with Keys.

The last floor contains four Deluxe Boxes, each holding an Exclusive item for the team's leader, along with a Warp Zone taking the player out of the dungeon.

Exclusive to this dungeon are Monster Houses that contain nothing but money. However, on some floors there is a chance that the Monster House will not have any items at all: 33% on floors 4, 13, 19, 36 and 39, and 22% on floor 26.

Pokémon encountered

Each time player enters floors 1 through 7, 14 through 20, 23 through 25, 28 through 30, 33 through 35, 38 through 40 and 43 through 45, only 14 of the following species that can be found on the given floor will be chosen. The unpicked Pokémon's spawn rate will be added to whichever picked Pokémon is next in the National Dex order, going back to the beginning if needed.

Pokémon Floors Levels Recruit Rate
  Golduck B1-B7 90-93 Unrecruitable
  Wailmer B1-B7 90-93 Unrecruitable
  Relicanth B1-B7 90-93 Unrecruitable
  Mantyke B1-B7 90-93 Unrecruitable
  Golem B1-B18 90-98 Unrecruitable
  Nosepass B1-B20 90-99 Unrecruitable
  Lairon B1-B20 90-99 Unrecruitable
  Gible B1-B20 90-99 Unrecruitable
  Onix B1-B27 90-99 Unrecruitable
  Hitmonlee B1-B30 90-99 Unrecruitable
  Primeape B1-B49 90-99 Unrecruitable
  Skarmory B1-B49 90-99 Unrecruitable
  Swampert B1-B49 90-99 Unrecruitable
  Empoleon B1-B49 90-99 Unrecruitable
  Lucario B1-B49 90-99 Unrecruitable
  Tyranitar B8-B20 93-99 Unrecruitable
  Sableye B8-B20 93-99 Unrecruitable
  Togepi B10-B13, B17-B18, B21-B22 5 Unrecruitable
  Jynx B14-B16 96-97 Unrecruitable
  Piloswine B14-B16 96-97 Unrecruitable
  Glalie B14-B16 96-97 Unrecruitable
  Walrein B14-B16 96-97 Unrecruitable
  Weavile B14-B16 96-97 Unrecruitable
  Glaceon B14-B16 96-97 Unrecruitable
  Mamoswine B14-B16 96-97 Unrecruitable
  Rhydon B14-B35 96-99 Unrecruitable
  Venonat B19-B20 99 Unrecruitable
  Venomoth B19-B20 99 Unrecruitable
  Beautifly B19-B20 99 Unrecruitable
  Dustox B19-B20 99 Unrecruitable
  Masquerain B19-B20 99 Unrecruitable
  Volbeat B19-B20 99 Unrecruitable
  Mothim B19-B20 99 Unrecruitable
  Hitmonchan B19-B49 99 Unrecruitable
  Gabite B21-B35 99 Unrecruitable
  Aggron B21-B49 99 Unrecruitable
  Probopass B21-B49 99 Unrecruitable
  Bayleef B23-B25 99 Unrecruitable
  Meganium B23-B25 99 Unrecruitable
  Sunkern B23-B25 99 Unrecruitable
  Sunflora B23-B25 99 Unrecruitable
  Nuzleaf B23-B25 99 Unrecruitable
  Shiftry B23-B25 99 Unrecruitable
  Tropius B23-B25 99 Unrecruitable
  Leafeon B23-B25 99 Unrecruitable
  Charizard B28-B30 99 Unrecruitable
  Growlithe B28-B30 99 Unrecruitable
  Magmar B28-B30 99 Unrecruitable
  Slugma B28-B30 99 Unrecruitable
  Magcargo B28-B30 99 Unrecruitable
  Houndour B28-B30 99 Unrecruitable
  Houndoom B28-B30 99 Unrecruitable
  Magmortar B28-B30 99 Unrecruitable
  Steelix B28-B49 99 Unrecruitable
  Dragonite B31-B49 99 Unrecruitable
  Altaria B31-B49 99 Unrecruitable
  Magneton B33-B35 99 Unrecruitable
  Electabuzz B33-B35 99 Unrecruitable
  Lanturn B33-B35 99 Unrecruitable
  Elekid B33-B35 99 Unrecruitable
  Luxray B33-B35 99 Unrecruitable
  Magnezone B33-B35 99 Unrecruitable
  Electivire B33-B35 99 Unrecruitable
  Rotom B33-B35 99 Unrecruitable
  Clefairy B33-B45 5 Unrecruitable
  Garchomp B36-B49 99 Unrecruitable
  Ekans B38-B40 99 Unrecruitable
  Arbok B38-B40 99 Unrecruitable
  Grimer B38-B40 99 Unrecruitable
  Muk B38-B40 99 Unrecruitable
  Koffing B38-B40 99 Unrecruitable
  Weezing B38-B40 99 Unrecruitable
  Croagunk B38-B40 99 Unrecruitable
  Toxicroak B38-B40 99 Unrecruitable
  Kadabra B43-B45 99 Unrecruitable
  Alakazam B43-B45 99 Unrecruitable
  Mr. Mime B43-B45 99 Unrecruitable
  Baltoy B43-B45 99 Unrecruitable
  Claydol B43-B45 99 Unrecruitable
  Bronzor B43-B45 99 Unrecruitable
  Bronzong B43-B45 99 Unrecruitable
  Mime Jr. B43-B45 99 Unrecruitable

Items

Ground

Item Floors
  2-100 Poké B1-B49F
  Gaggle Specs B1-B49F
  Insomniscope B1-B49F
  No-Aim Scope B1-B49F
  Scope Lens B1-B49F
  Def. Scarf B1-B49F
  Friend Bow B1-B49F
  Gold Ribbon B1-B49F
  No-Slip Cap B1-B49F
  No-Stick Cap B1-B49F
  Patsy Band B1-B49F
  Pecha Scarf B1-B49F
  Persim Band B1-B49F
  Power Band B1-B49F
  Sneak Scarf B1-B49F
  Special Band B1-B49F
  Stamina Band B1-B49F
  Twist Band B1-B49F
  Weather Band B1-B49F
  Zinc Band B1-B49F
  4-5 Iron Thorn B1-B49F
  4 Silver Spike B1-B49F
  4-5 Stick B1-B49F
  4-5 Gravelerock B1-B49F
  Geo Pebble B1-B49F
  Gravelyrock B1-B49F
  Apple B1-B49F
  Black Gummi B1-B49F
  Clear Gummi B1-B49F
  Gold Gummi B1-B49F
  Gray Gummi B1-B49F
  Pink Gummi B1-B49F
  Purple Gummi B1-B49F
  Red Gummi B1-B49F
  Royal Gummi B1-B49F
  Yellow Gummi B1-B49F
  Cheri Berry B1-B49F
  Chesto Berry B1-B49F
  Oran Berry B1-B49F
  Oren Berry B1-B49F
  Pecha Berry B1-B49F
  Rawst Berry B1-B49F
  Blinker Seed B1-B49F
  Doom Seed B1-B49F
  Dough Seed B1-B49F
  Dropeye Seed B1-B49F
  Eyedrop Seed B1-B49F
  Reviser Seed B1-B49F
  Reviver Seed B1-B49F
  Slip Seed B1-B49F
  Totter Seed B1-B49F
  Via Seed B1-B49F
  X-Eye Seed B1-B49F
  Max Elixir B1-B49F
  Mix Elixir B1-B49F
  All-Hit Orb B1-B49F
  Cleanse Orb B1-B49F
  Escape Orb B1-B49F
  Foe-Fear Orb B1-B49F
  Foe-Seal Orb B1-B49F
  Hurl Orb B1-B49F
  Rebound Orb B1-B49F
  Rollcall Orb B1-B49F
  Trapbust Orb B1-B49F
Deluxe Box content
  * Leader's exclusive items B50F

Kecleon Shop

Item Floors
  Huge Apple B1-B49F
  Black Gummi B1-B49F
  Brown Gummi B1-B49F
  Clear Gummi B1-B49F
  Gray Gummi B1-B49F
  Green Gummi B1-B49F
  Grass Gummi B1-B49F
  Orange Gummi B1-B49F
  Pink Gummi B1-B49F
  Purple Gummi B1-B49F
  Red Gummi B1-B49F
  Royal Gummi B1-B49F
  Sky Gummi B1-B49F
  White Gummi B1-B49F
  Yellow Gummi B1-B49F
  Chesto Berry B1-B49F
  Sitrus Berry B1-B49F
  Calcium B1-B49F
  Iron B1-B49F
  Protein B1-B49F
  Zinc B1-B49F
  Heal Seed B1-B49F
  Joy Seed B1-B49F
  Life Seed B1-B49F
  Stun Seed B1-B49F
  Vile Seed B1-B49F

Monster House and buried items

Item Floors
  2-100 Poké B1-B49F

Traps

The game will spawn following amount of tiles:

  • 6-12 on floor 1
  • 6-13 on floors 2 through 4
  • 7-14 on floors 5 through 7
  • 7-15 on later floors

It will spawn extra in a Monster House.

Image Trap Appearance %
  Explosion Trap 2.05%
  Grimy Trap 4.08%
  Grudge Trap 12.24%
  Gust Trap 2.04%
  Mud Trap 2.04%
  PP-Zero Trap 12.24%
  Random Trap 36.74%
  Seal Trap 12.24%
  Selfdestruct Trap 2.04%
  Slow Trap 2.04%
  Slumber Trap 2.04%
  Spin Trap 2.04%
  Sticky Trap 2.04%
  Summon Trap 4.08%
  Warp Trap 2.05%

Other encounters

Image Encounter B9F, B10F B22F, B23F, B29F, B30F Other floors
  Kecleon Shop 8%
  Monster House 50% 30% 8%

Layout

Tileset #1 Tileset #3 Tileset #4
     
Tileset #5 Tileset #6 Tileset #7
     
Tileset #8 B50F
   
 

Trivia

In other languages

Language Title
  French Île Zéro Centre
  German Null-Insel-Zentrum
  Italian Isola Zero Centro
  Spanish Corazón Isla Cero



Locations in Pokémon world in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time, Explorers of Darkness and Explorers of Sky
Major locations
Sharpedo BluffTreasure TownKangaskhan StorageKecleon Shop
Marowak DojoChimecho AssemblyWigglytuff's GuildCroagunk's Swap Shop
BeachFogbound LakeHot SpringLuminous SpringPelipper Island
Spinda's CaféSShaymin VillageSSky PeakS
Dungeons
Beach CaveDrenched BluffMt. BristleWaterfall CaveApple Woods
Side PathCraggy CoastRock PathMt. HornForest Path
Foggy ForestSteam CaveAmp PlainsNorthern DesertQuicksand Cave
Crystal CaveCrystal CrossingChasm CaveDark HillSealed Ruin
Dusk ForestDeep Dusk ForestTreeshroud ForestBrine CaveHidden Land
Temporal TowerMystifying ForestBlizzard IslandCrevice CaveSurrounded Sea
Miracle SeaAegis CaveMt. TravailThe NightmareSpacial Rift
Dark CraterConcealed RuinsMarine ResortBottomless SeaShimmer Desert
Mt. AvalancheGiant VolcanoWorld AbyssSky StairwayMystery Jungle
Serenity RiverLandslide CaveLush PrairieTiny MeadowLabyrinth Cave
Oran ForestLake AfarHappy OutlookMt. MistralShimmer Hill
Lost WildernessMidnight ForestZero Isle NorthZero Isle EastZero Isle West
Zero Isle SouthFinal Maze
Dungeons exclusive to Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky
Zero Isle CenterDestiny TowerOblivion ForestTreacherous WatersSoutheastern IslandsInferno Cave
Star CaveSky Peak Mountain PathMurky ForestEastern CaveFortune RavineSpring Cave
Southern JungleBoulder QuarryLeft Cave PathRight Cave PathLimestone CavernBarren Valley
Dark WastelandSpacial CliffsDark Ice MountainIcicle ForestVast Ice Mountain
Demo only:
Little PlainsMt. ClearChallenge RiverTrial ForestGuiding SeaHidden Shopkeeper Village
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