This page contains information on how to use Friend Rescue in the game Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX on Nintendo Switch. Read on to learn what rescue jobs are, how to do or perform friend rescues, and where to receive these jobs.
You can get Rescue Jobs from the mailbox in front of your Rescue Team base or at the Bulletin Board by Pelipper Post Office. This will let you do friend rescues on NPCs even if you are playing offline.
The number of jobs you can take will increase as you raise your team rank.
How to Raise Your Rank and Rewards
You can also help other people online via an in-game online bulletin board or a password that someone receives after fainting inside the dungeon. The rewards for these jobs tend to be be better than the regular rescue jobs, and can be a great source of vitamins.
|Normal||One-time use items like Helper Orbs and Rainbow Gummis|
|Special||Rewards between Normal and Deluxe|
|Deluxe||Life seeds, vitamins like Protein|
There are two ways to get to Pelipper Post Office: you can either go there from Pokemon Square or you can access it from the title screen. Keep in mind that Pelipper Post Office is not available while you are inside a dungeon.
While inside the Pelipper Post Office, you can choose to rescue other people that are playing the game. This is extremely useful especially if you do not have any rescue jobs available on the board. To do so, select Help a Friend from the menu and choose between either Internet or Password.
If you have a Nintendo Online subscription, you can access an online bulletin board where people have posted their rescue requests via the Internet option.
If you don't have a Nintendo Online subscription, you can still take rescue requests by entering a 30-character password. You can get these from friends that need rescuing, but you can also find those on lots of online message boards where people can post and ask for help.
Additionally, you can also access the Pelipper Office through the Title Screen Menu. This is how you can access the Pelipper Office if ever you are going to rescue your team with a different batch of Pokemon.
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|Starter Tier List||Best Friend Pokemon for the Story||Best Moves
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