This a the guide for what items to use for Boss battles in Pokemon Mystery Dungeon DX. Read on to learn what the best items to bring to Boss battles are, as well as how to use them effectively.
|All Protect Orb||All Power Up Orb||All Dodge Orb||Empowerment Seed|
Using the All Protect Orb gives your entire team Protect condition, allowing you to attack for a while without having to worry about taking damage or dying. This is the strongest item you can use in a Boss battle.
Another Orb we recommend is the All Protect Orb, as it greatly increases the Attack and Special Attack of the entire team.
Using an All Dodge Orb greatly boosts the evasiveness of your whole team, which prevents them from taking damage. It's one of the best items in the game and a great alternative for All Protect Orb.
Using Empowerment Seed grants Awakened status to your pokemon, which gives them a huge power up and makes them very strong.
You also need the Empowerment seed to Mega Evolve, so keep that in mind if you have a Pokemon with your who can Mega Evolve!
|Slumber Wand||Confuse Wand||Foe-Seal Orb||Decoy Seed|
Bosses can recover quickly from bad status effects, but it is still recommended to use these items to temporarily weaken the boss, giving you more time to execute your attacks.
|Tiny Reviver Seed||Reviver Seed||Heal Seed||Health Orb|
Healing items are crucial when fighting against powerful bosses. These items can be used to remove bad status effects, keep your team healthy and most importantly, revive fainted a Pokemon.
Blast Seeds can be used to deal additional damage to the enemy in front of you. Since this guarantees 100 Damage, this can be extremely powerful - especially during boss battles when clearing the story.
|Quick Orb||Slow Orb||Slow Wand||Whirlwind Wand|
These items are best used to close the gap between you and the boss. You can use Quick Orb to increase the movement of your entire team or use Slow Orb, Slow Wand and Whirlwind Wand to slow them down and lower their movement speed.
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Can confirm that recovery items are key, especially for the really long dungeons like Sky Tower or any of the post-game stuff. So frustrating having to leave a dungeon just cause I didn't have enough reviver seeds...
And there are dungeons where you cant recruit pokemon so Helpers are really good like Fugitive era and Deoxys cave.
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