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This page is a guide on which shortcuts to keep in mind and which settings to use in the game Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX for Nintendo Switch. Read on to find out which settings to use for speedier gameplay and which shortcuts to use.
|Turn When Damaged
|Teammate Recovery-Item Use
|The Focus in Auto Mode
|Finding the Stairs
|Movement through Corridors in Auto Mode
|Interrupt Dashes in Emergencies
|ZR + Up
|ZR + Down
|ZR + Left
|ZR + Right
|Remove from Team
If the game feels a little slow to you, you can use these settings in order to speed up gameplay.
Most of these settings are actually up to your preference, but we suggest following our recommendations for the Auto Mode settings as those have the largest impact on speed.
The settings we display above are only suggestions, and we highly recommend that you set your ZR shortcuts to whichever settings works best for you.
Normally, you'd have to press X to open the menu and then A to access the toolbox, but you can also just press the B button instead.
If you hold down R + A, you'll be able to fast forward through turns. Your team's leader will perform the standard attack animation for the first turn, but the game will fast forward through the following turns.
Once you've registered a projectile from the Toolbox, you'll be able to throw these projectiles just by pressing ZL + ZR.
By pressing the right analog stick, you'll be able to move the camera and search through the current room you're in. This function is especially useful in the post-game, where there are a lot of powerful Pokemon that attack from a distance.
When you want to move through the story as fast as possible, you can hold down the B button to fast-forward through dialogue.
|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
|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
|How to Save Money Using Wigglytuff Orb and Bargain
|How to Clear Dungeons Fast
|How to Beat Moltres and Articuno
|Best Starter Pokemon
|Best Partner Pokemon
|Best Partner for Each Starter
|Starter Tier List
|Best Friend Pokemon for the Story
|Best Items for Boss Battles
|Best Equipment Ranking
|Best Rare Qualities
Recommended Settings and Controls
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