This page is a guide on how to level up fast in Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX for Nintendo Switch. Read on to learn about the best ways to level up your team!
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Dojo Drills are the best way to level up low-levelled Pokemon, as Pokemon are automatically revived when they're knocked out in the dojo, and you won't have to worry about losing any Items or money. However, you will need to spend a Dojo Ticket every time you want to use its services.
This is the fastest way to level up Pokemon in the game, so use your Dojo Tickets wisely!
Leveling Up at Makuhita Training Dojo
In order to take part in Dojo Drills, you need Dojo Tickets! You can get Dojo Tickets as rewards from jobs.
|Dojo Ticket||Time Limit|
|Bronze Dojo Ticket||50 seconds|
|Silver Dojo Ticket||55 seconds|
|Gold Dojo Ticket||60 seconds|
|Eating it raises your level by 1, which makes you very happy!|
Joy Seeds can level up your team fast since eating one raises a Pokemon's level by 1. That said, Joy Seeds are rare and can only be found in Dungeons late in the game.
Consider yourself lucky if you run into one in the middle of an adventure!
|When equipped, the wearer can earn Exp. Points as turns go by, even if the Pokemon doesn't battle.|
Pokemon that equip a Joy Ribbon passively earn experience every turn. This may not be the fastest way to level up your Pokemon, but since you only need a small amount of experience to level up low-levelled Pokemon, this works best with the weaker members of your team.
Rare qualities like Squad Up and Brawl boost the power of your moves under certain conditions, which should help you defeat enemy Pokemon and earn experience faster.
You could even use a Rare Quality like Lonely Courage, which boosts the power of Pokemon with no nearby teammates, to make Dojo Drills even more effective!
As with Dojo Drills, XP Boost boosts the experience rate. However, unlike Dojo Drills, XP Boost applies to your entire team!
Having this Rare Quality will surely make grinding in mystery dungeons a little bit easier.
|What is Mystery Dungeon?||How to Choose Your Starter and Partner||How to Use Felicity Bank|
|How to Raise Your Rank and Rewards||What Happens On Game Over? How to Get Rescued||Leveling Up at Makuhita Dojo|
|How to Leave a Dungeon||What is Move Growth?||Shiny Pokemon and How to Get Them|
|Strong Foes and Rewards||Unrepeatable One-time Events||What is a Mystery House?|
|How to Farm Stat Boost Items||Best Items to Sell||What Items to Bring to Dungeons|
|Kangaskhan Storage||How to Use Friend Rescue||-|
|Best Gameplay Strategies|
|How to Level Up Fast||How to Get Money Fast||Dungeon Crawling Guide|
|How to Grow Moves Fast||How to Recruit Pokemon Easily||How to Clear Monster Houses|
|Recommended Settings and Controls||Best Linked Moves||How to Steal from Kecleon|
|How Much Money Should I Carry Into Dungeons?||What to Buy from Kecleon Shops||-|
|Best Starter Pokemon||Best Partner Pokemon||Best Partner for Each Starter|
|Starter Tier List||Best Friend Pokemon for the Story||Best Moves
|Best Items for Boss Battles||Best Equipment Ranking||Best Rare Qualities|
>>1 Yeah joy ribbons aren't that good. You'll only get SOME exp because of the new limited time mechanic and of course you are losing belly points.
Wish I read this before I tried leveling up a lvl 19 larvitar with a joy ribbon
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