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This is a page about the Dungeon Stormy Sea 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||40|
No Story Missions take place in this Dungeon.
|Slumber Orb||Petrify Orb||Escape Orb|
Stormy Sea can be a tough dungeon to traverse, especially with the number of Pokemon that use long-range attacking moves. Room-affecting orbs like the Slumber Orb and the Petrify Orb can be a good counter against those Pokemon, allowing you to get a hit or two on them before they can attack.
An Escape Orb can also come in handy in Stormy Sea as you may want to leave the dungeon early in order to recruit some of the Pokemon that join you.
As the dungeon's name suggests, Stormy Sea is filled with Water-type Pokemon that are weak to Electric-type moves, so you should bring along Electric-type Pokemon like Pikachu or Magneton.
On that note, while Grass-type is also super-effective against Water-types, we don't suggest bringing Grass-type Pokemon as Water/Ice- and Water/Poison-type Pokemon like Seel and Tentacruel roam these dungeons as well.
First of all, all your non-Water-type Pokemon are going to have the Slow condition, which causes them to take 2 turns to move, so bring along Pokemon that can attack from afar.
Second, make sure to not bring any Fire-type Pokemon with you. When you cause enough damage to Kyogre, he will transform into Primal Kyogre and activate its Primordial Sea ability, which causes the Heavy Rain weather and nullifies all Fire-type attacks.
Other than those two points, it's a standard boss battle, so just keep hitting Kyogre with long-range Electric-type moves and you should eventually be able to defeat it.
When you defeat Kyogre, you'll be able to recruit it and receive the camp that it'll stay in.
These two Pokemon have the aforementioned long-ranged attacks that can hit your team from afar, so you should watch out for them. Remoraid roams the earlier parts of the dungeon while Omastar roams the latter parts.
|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|
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