Ninetales Learned Moves, Evolution and Locations | Pokemon Mystery Dungeon DX Switch

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This is a page about the Pokemon Ninetales in the game Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX for Nintendo Switch. Learn Ninetales's Moves, Abilities, Rescue Camp, Evolution Chain, and which Dungeons Ninetales can be found in.

Basic Information

Type

Ninetales
Ninetales Image
Type 1 Type 2
Fire -

Ability

Ability Effect
Flash Fire The Pokemon will absorb Fire-type moves that are used on it, boosting the power of its own Fire-type moves.

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Learned Moves

By Level Up

Lv. Move Type Effect
Base Imprison PsychicPsychic If enemies on the same floor know any moves you also know, they have them Sealed, preventing all enemies from using the moves.
Base Nasty Plot DarkDark It sharply boosts your Sp. Atk. The stat returns to normal when you go to the next floor or step on a Wonder Tile.
Base Quick Attack NormalNormal It damages an enemy. It reaches up to 2 tiles away.
Base Confuse Ray GhostGhost It makes an enemy Confused.
Base Safeguard NormalNormal You and your teammates in the same room get the Safeguard condition, which prevents you from having bad statuses.
Base Flamethrower FireFire It damages a Pokemon, even one far away. It could also leave the enemy with a Burn.

By TM

Move Type Effect
Attract NormalNormal It makes an enemy Infatuated, which makes the enemy's moves more likely to fail.
Calm Mind PsychicPsychic It boosts your Sp. Atk and Sp. Def. The stats return to normal when you go to the next floor or step on a Wonder Tile.
Confide NormalNormal It lowers the enemy's Sp. Atk.
Dark Pulse DarkDark It damages nearby enemies. It could also make them Flinch.
Double Team NormalNormal It boosts your evasiveness. The stat returns to normal when you go to the next floor or step on a Wonder Tile.
Dream Eater PsychicPsychic It damages a sleeping enemy. It also restores your HP. The greater the damage it causes, the more HP it restores.
Energy Ball GrassGrass It damages a Pokemon, even one far away. It could also lower the enemy's Sp. Def.
Facade NormalNormal It damages an enemy. The damage it causes goes up if you have a bad status. It also prevents your Attack from being lowered when you use this move while you have a Burn.
Fire Blast FireFire It damages an enemy. It could also leave the enemy with a Burn.
Flame Charge FireFire It damages an enemy. It could also boost your Travel Speed.
Flamethrower FireFire It damages a Pokemon, even one far away. It could also leave the enemy with a Burn.
Frustration NormalNormal It damages an enemy. The less you have opened up to your team, the more powerful this move will be.
Giga Impact NormalNormal It damages an enemy. But it also gives you the Recoil status, which prevents you from doing anything on the next turn.
Hidden Power NormalNormal It damages an enemy. The move's type changes on each adventure.
Hyper Beam NormalNormal It damages Pokemon, even those far away, and causes an explosion that also affects the surroundings. Walls and items on the ground will also disappear. But after you use the move, the Recoil prevents you from doing anything on the next turn.
Overheat FireFire It damages nearby enemies, but it also sharply lowers your Sp. Atk. The stat returns to normal when you go to the next floor or step on a Wonder Tile.
Payback DarkDark You'll get the Counter condition, which enables you to counter when you take damage from physical moves.
Protect NormalNormal You'll Protect yourself from enemies' moves. But its chance of failure rises if you use it after you've already used a move that blocks enemies' attacks.
Psych Up NormalNormal You copy the target's changes in Attack, Defense, Sp. Atk, Sp. Def, accuracy, and evasiveness.The stats return to normal when you go to the next floor or step on a Wonder Tile.
Psyshock PsychicPsychic It damages an enemy. The damage is determined by the enemy's Defense stat.
Rest PsychicPsychic You'll get the Napping condition. With the Napping condition, you'll fall asleep, awakening later with all your HP restored and bad statuses healed.
Return NormalNormal It damages an enemy. The more you've opened up to your team, the more powerful this move will be.
Roar NormalNormal It blows an enemy away in a straight line. If the enemy crashes into any Pokemon or a wall, both Pokemon take damage.
Round NormalNormal It damages an enemy. It causes more damage if your teammate in the same room just used the same move.
Safeguard NormalNormal You and your teammates in the same room get the Safeguard condition, which prevents you from having bad statuses.
Sleep Talk NormalNormal If you're sleeping, a move you know will be used automatically on an enemy near you. But keep in mind that nothing will happen if you use this while you're wide awake.
Solar Beam GrassGrass You'll get the Solar Beam condition, which lets you charge power to try a powerful attack on the next turn. During Sunny weather or in Extremely Harsh Sunlight, it charges for an immediate attack on the first turn. But during Rain, Heavy Rain, Hail, or a Sandstorm, the damage will be reduced.
Substitute NormalNormal You'll create a Substitute if you have more than half your max HP. Every time you use this move, your HP decreases. When you create a Substitute, you won't be targeted by enemies, but you can't use moves or items, and you can't restore your HP naturally.
Sunny Day FireFire It changes the floor's weather to Sunny. The power of Fire-type moves goes up, and the power of Water-type moves goes down.
Swagger NormalNormal It makes an enemy Confused, but it also sharply raises the enemy's Attack.
Toxic PoisonPoison It makes the enemy Badly Poisoned. It never misses if used by a Poison-type Pokemon. It will even hit a Pokemon that's used Dig, Fly, or the like.
Will-O-Wisp FireFire It leaves an enemy with a Burn.

By Move Tutor

Tutor Move Type Effect
Covet NormalNormal It damages an enemy. You'll also steal an item that the enemy has. If you can't carry any more items, your attempt to steal will fail.
Foul Play DarkDark It damages an enemy. But the damage is determined by the target's Attack stat instead of the user's Attack stat.
Heat Wave FireFire It whips up hot winds, damaging enemies in the same room. It could also leave them with a Burn.
Iron Tail SteelSteel It damages an enemy. It could also lower the enemy's Defense.
Pain Split NormalNormal It adds together the HP of you and the enemy and then shares the total equally between you.
Role Play PsychicPsychic It copies the Ability of a Pokemon in front of you. You regain your usual Ability when you go to the next floor.
Snore NormalNormal If you're sleeping, it will be used automatically and will damage enemies around you. It could also make them Flinch. Keep in mind that nothing will happen if you use it while you're wide awake.
Spite GhostGhost It sharply lowers the PP of the move last used by the enemy. It fails if the enemy had not used a move or if the enemy's PP is already 0.
Zen Headbutt PsychicPsychic It damages an enemy. It could also cause the enemy to Flinch.

Evolution

Evolution Chain

Pokemon How to Evolve
VulpixVulpix -
NinetalesNinetales Evolves from Vulpix using Evolution Crystals

Can Ninetales Mega Evolve?

This Pokemon can not Mega Evolve.

How to Get Ninetales

Dungeons Where Ninetales is Found

This Pokemon is not found in any Dungeons.

Ninetales's Rescue Camp

Rescue Camp Price
Darkness Ridge 800

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