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This article guides you on which items are good idea to sell on the game Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX on the Nintendo Switch. If you need Poke but have extra Scarves, Bandannas or TMs, click here to know which ones to sell.
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|Effect||This high-class ribbon can be sold for a very high price at a shop! The subtly deluxe aura it gives off appeals to the rich|
|Buying Price||-||Selling Price||7500|
|Effect||This golden ribbon can be sold for a high price at a shop!|
|Buying Price||-||Selling Price||2500|
These two items have no use besides having a high sell price. Don't hesitate to sell both if you have them!
10 Efficient Bandannas just lying around the storage
|Effect||When this item is equipped, moves sometimes won't cost PP to use.|
|Buying Price||7000||Selling Price||700|
Efficient Bandannas seem to be really common among all the dungeons. Don't get us wrong, they are pretty useful! In our case, we seem to be using them on every dungeon that has more than thirty (30) floors, we just bring the combat-centered Held Items with us to switch to once we arrive at the boss.
The thing with Efficient Bandannas other than its abundant supply is its high sell price of 700! That is an anomaly compared to the other Bandannas or Held Items. We recoommend keeping around five (5) and selling whatever exceeds that amount.
|Effect||When equipped, it boosts the wearer's Attack and Sp. Atk, but it also makes their Belly empty more quickly.|
|Buying Price||-||Selling Price||600|
You sometimes get a Munch Belt by helping Munchlax in the Pokemon Square when he appears. If you don't have a use for them, sell them.
|Heavy Rotation Specs|
|Effect||When equipped, they boost the critical-hit rate when using the same move as the turn before.|
|Buying Price||-||Selling Price||250|
|Effect||When equipped, it boosts the critical-hit rate when using a different move than the turn before.|
|Buying Price||2500||Selling Price||250|
|Effect||When equipped, the user recovers more quickly from bad statuses like being confused or paralyzed.|
|Buying Price||-||Selling Price||600|
|Effect||When this item is equipped, traps that have been set on the floor become visible.|
|Buying Price||-||Selling Price||500|
|Effect||When this item is equipped, the locations of items and Pokemon (but not traps) on the floor become visible.|
|Buying Price||8000||Selling Price||800|
|Effect||When equipped, it prevents all the wearer's stats, such as Attack or Defense, from being lowered.|
|Buying Price||-||Selling Price||400|
These Held Items are fairly common but not as common as Efficient Bandannas and not as expensive as them. If you have a high supply of them, consider selling them.
|Hidden Power TM|
|Effect||It teaches the move Hidden Power, a damage-dealing special move. You can check which Pokemon you can use it on by pressing + in your Toolbox or storage. Check the move's description with X. You can use this item in dungeons or in town.|
|Buying Price||-||Selling Price||440|
If you don't plan on selling the TMs you sometimes get from dungeons, sell them instead. Dungeons like Unown Relic are sure to give you a TM by clearing it. In Unown Relic's case, its the Hidden Power TM that sells for a fair 440 Poke.
|Effect||Use it to link or delink moves. Link or delink as many moves as you'd like at one time, but once you're finished, the box will disappear.|
|Buying Price||6500||Selling Price||650|
We find Link Boxes useful as we only prefer using Linked Moves during boss fights. We like running dungeons with normal moves. If you prefer having pre-Linked moves before going to a dungeon, you should sell them instead for they have no other use.
It might be a good idea to sell items that accumulate such as Max Elixirs and Ethers but that would sometimes take too much time and raiding a dungeon to complete a job would be a smarter option.
Items that stack like Gravelerocks and Spikes can be sold quickly, but they don't really have that much value.
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