Pokemon Mystery Dungeon DX Switch

How To Leave a Dungeon

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This page explains how you can leave a dungeon in the game Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX for Nintendo Switch. If you want to learn about the different ways you can leave a mystery dungeon, please read on.

Reach the Last Floor

The simplest way to leave a dungeon is to make your way down to the lowest floor, or in the cases of some dungeons, the highest floor. Once you've reached the last staircase, the game will give you the option to leave the dungeon. In some cases, you may have to defeat a Boss first.

Finish a Job

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Another way to leave a dungeon is to finish a job that you've accepted from the Pelipper Post Office. As soon as you finish one of the jobs you've accepted for that dungeon, you'll be given the option to leave.

Note that you'll be given this option even if you still have jobs remaining in the mystery dungeon, so be careful!

Use an Escape Orb

If you want to leave a dungeon at any time, make sure to bring an Escape Orb with you.

Note that you won't be able to use this orb in some areas, so make sure you're still well-prepared for a dungeon before setting off.

Have Your Whole Team Faint

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If you absolutely need to leave the dungeon, you can try having your whole team faint as a last resort. We do not recommend you use this method since you can lose money and items you've brought with you in the process.

Friend Rescue

That said, if your whole team gets knocked out, you also have the option of having one of your real-life friends and their team rescue you from the mystery dungeon. If your friend sucessfully rescues you, you won't lose any of your money or items!

In the previous games in the series, you could share a Wonder Code with your friends so they could rescue you, but the option for Friend Rescue is grayed out in the demo, so the exact mechanics aren't known yet.

Stay tuned for more information and more methods for escaping dungeons after the game is released!

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