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This is a page about the Dungeon Great Canyon in the game Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX for the Nintendo Switch. Read on for information about its boss, the number of floors and which Pokemon can be found here.
List of Contents
|No. of Floors||12|
The following Story Missions take place in Great Canyon.
|Mission||Suggested Team Lv.|
|Mission 7: Meeting Xatu in Great Canyon||17|
After defeating Zapdos at Mt. Thunder and visiting Xatu in Great Canyon, you'll become temporarily unable to visit Pokemon Square. This will prevent you from such actions as leveling up by completing Jobs or by training at the Makuhita Dojo, as well as buying and selling Items, so be sure to do these tasks before talking to Whiscash. Raising your level in advance will make sure you're able to complete the subsequent Missions without a problem.
Leveling Up at Makuhita Dojo
Make sure to have used all of your Dojo Tickets before going to Great Canyon because it is not efficient to grind levels in Rock Path or Ice Path since there are no rescue jobs available there.
Don't worry as Great Canyon will be an easy dungeon right after the grueling Mt. Thunder. Just bring Apples, Oran Berries, Max Ethers and maybe a Reviver Seed or Tiny Reviver Seed
The Pokemon in Great Canyon. Those Pokemon are weak against Fire and Flying. This is where Cyndaquil, Charmander, Torchic and Spearow gets useful. They can easily deal with these Pokemon. If you also have the Aerial Ace TM, and you have on a Pokemon with another move linked to it, that should be enough to knock out these Pokemon in a turn.
If you see a Houndoom early on, try to battle it. You might be able to get it to fight for you in the dungeon. If you have Ravaged Field unlocked as a friend camp, it can help you in your battles next time. It is very powerful in dungeons like Uproar Forest. Also, it can Mega Evolve too!
|Main Story Dungeons|
|Tiny Woods||Thunderwave Cave||Mt. Steel|
|Sinister Woods||Silent Chasm||Mt. Thunder|
|Great Canyon||Lapis Cave||Mt. Blaze|
|Frosty Forest||Mt. Freeze||Uproar Forest|
|Magma Cavern||Sky Tower||-|
|Oddity Cave||Rock Path||Snow Path|
|Stormy Sea||Buried Relic||Northern Range|
|Pitfall Valley||Silver Trench||Meteor Cave|
|Fiery Field||Lightning Field||Northwind Field|
|Mt. Faraway||Western Cave||Wish Cave|
|Murky Cave||Solar Cave||Waterfall Pond|
|Joyous Tower||Purity Forest||Howling Forest|
|Fantasy Strait||Marvelous Sea||Remains Island|
|Darknight Relic||Desert Region||Grand Sea|
|Southern Cavern||Unown Relic||Wyvern Hill|
Great Canyon Dungeon Strategy Guide and Encountered Pokemon
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