Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Blue Rescue Team Tips

Experience Farming
When your lower levels, things can be abit hard for you. If you can't beat something, you die, losing everything. When you try to train, it takes to long, and you end up quitting. There are afew places that give you great experience without killing you, or making it into a chore. I'll share some...

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  • Mt. Steel is home to your first boss. However, it also gives good experience. I just gave this 9 floor dugeon a run through and farmed about 600 experience. This may seem small if you are a higher level, but to those just starting out, it's a great chane to train and get stronger.</li>
  • Silent Chasm is the next place for your training. Being only 1 dungeon apart from Mt. Steel, you wouldn't think there would be that much experience difference, but your wrong. About 1800 experience is gained from within these walls. The only downside is the stats problems that the Pokemon in this dugeon can affect you with. Weedle's Poison Sting is the worst, but you can suffer from burn, confusion, accuracy loss, etc aswell.</li>
  • After Silent Chasm, you are going to take a break from dungeons and invest your time into the Dojo. The good thing about the Dojo is you can experience type match ups, advantages and disadvantages without the loss of anything, only gains. It's one of the fastest ways to gain experience because after your done, unlike dungeons, you don't go home to rest for the day. You can immediately go back in. I suggest training in the elements your strongest against first, then taking on the harder ones.</li>
  • After your fun at the Dojo, you are now ready for Mt. Thunder. If you paid attention to the Dojo, you now understand type match ups. You won't use a Water type against an Electric. </li>
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Soon after Mt. Thunder you are banished from town, and only by completing a series of difficult dungeons can you come back. This is what your training is for. This period in the game is one of the most difficult to many.

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  • After you come back to town, you can now start the Dojo again, but with a better selection of training. Build your skills again, and then continue down the road to saving the world.</li>
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  • Sky Tower is the "end" of the game as a story, but you can continue to play afterwards and get more indepth. Sky Tower is home to many tough monsters, including Rayquaza. To defeat this dungeon, you need to train more. I suggest going back through some of the Mountains, training and recruiting any Pokemon that would help against Dragon types. Mt Freeze and Frosty Forest have some Ice types, try there. Train.</li>
  • After you beat Sky Tower, you pretty much have free will to do whatever you want. Train on the places you know, or venture into the unknown. Buried Relic should now be open to you, and it's your first 99 floor dungeon. It's also a great place to train, so long as you don't die! Good luck and happy Experience Farming!</li>
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Note: The longer you stay on a floor, the more Pokemon there are, meaning more experience. Always bring some supplies to help you in a given situation. Escape Orb, Oran Berry, Apple, and Max Elixir. Equippin yourself with something to boost your stats could also increase experience, such as Power Band, Def Scarf, Joy Ribbon, Special Band, etc.
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