Like with every other Pokémon Mystery Dungeon game, there is a special hub that connects all the various areas to the dungeons, and provides a certain amount of services. However, in this game, the hub area known as Pokémon Paradise, offers a massive range of services, and has a twist.

Post Town

The town is the focal point on the hub area, as always with Pokémon Mystery Dungeon games. This town has got a variety of stalls of Pokémon to interact with, and features many Pokémon who interact with you throughout the story. This will be the place you frequent most in the game

  • Kecleon's Store - Sells multiple items for you to purchase including Revival Seeds, TMs and berries. The contents change each time you return from a dungeon
  • Gift Shop - Cinccino's store will provide you with two options. First is the option to purchase Gift items that allow you to more likely recruit Pokémon of a specific type, or later species if you have seen the species. The second option allows you to view all the Pokémon you have seen and obtained, and offers a way to purchase a gift for them.
  • Open Box Store - Rampardos will offer to open any of the chests you find in dungeons for 150P. He will then give you all of the contents.
  • DLC Corner - Foongus' store will allow you quick access to the eShop to check for and download any Downloadable Content
  • Gold Gorgeous - Cofagrigus' store will exchange gold bars you have for money. If the amount goes over the 9,999 cap on money, then the rest will be deposited in your chest
  • Type Up - Next to Cofagrigus is a store which will change owner constantly. In it, you'll be able to pay 100P to have any move of the type corresponding to the owner being levelled up slightly.
Pokémon Paradise

The Pokémon Paradise also has a hub area. This area provides a variety of services for you and also don't change much. Unlike Post Town, however, it will have various Pokémon you have recruited dotted around the area

  • Gurdurr Set - After defeating it in a dungeon, Gurdurr will open up its store in the Pokémon Paradise. In this store, you will have the ability to excavate one of the eight extra areas of the Pokémon Paradise, using various materials. You can also use the materials to redecorate your house
  • Quagsire's Management Office - Quagsire offers you the opportunity to check the Pokémon you have recruited and to add them to your current team
  • Scraggy's Moves - This store will allow you to change your Pokémon's moves. The top option allows for you to relearn various moves your Pokémon could learn through level up while the bottom option will allow you to delete any move the Pokémon knows.
  • V-Roulette - After Victini joins the area, it will open the V-Roulette store. In this store, you can bet a various amount of coins (1,000, 2,500, 5,000 or 7,777) to increase your chances of winning. Should you win, you'll be able to change the current V-Wave type.
  • Mission Noticeboard - The mission noticeboard will give you a variety of standard missions for you to complete, all involving you going into various dungeons to earn rewards including materials and rare items. It regenerates every time you return from a dungeon/mission
  • Special Mission Noticeboard - The noticeboard will give you a variety of special missions for you to complete, including the special Legendary Pokémon missions. It regenerates every time you return from a dungeon/mission
  • Azumarill's Bulletin Board - With each noticeboard, you have the ability to send a mission to Azumarill to store for later. This is helpful if your Pokémon are too weak to complete one you want to do. It will also store any missions that you fail.
Ranking Up

One of the unique parts about the Pokémon Paradise is the ability to rank up. Instead of your team getting a special rank which is increased, it is instead the Pokémon Paradise which increases in rank. Increasing this rank will give you a variety of items, materials and even give you access to more stores.

Rank Paradise Points
Normal Rank 0
Bronze Rank 50
Silver Rank 150
Gold Rank 350
Platinum Rank 700
Diamond Rank 1250
Great Rank 5000
Ultra Rank 10000
Master Rank 20000
Royal Rank 40000
Perfect Rank 99999

When you reach Perfect Rank, you will be able to teach your main Pokémon the special moves of Frenzy Plant, Blast Burn, Hydro Cannon, Volt Tackle or Draco Meteor, depending upon the Pokémon you

Customisation

The main part of the Pokémon Paradise is an area where you can customise. While you start off with just the house, you have the ability to increase the area thanks to Gurdurr. You start off being able to excavate each individual area adjacent to your home, but this starts expanding on and on until you have filled all nine areas. There are four different types of area you can create, each with four possible stores. However, the amount of areas you run helps determine the maximum amount of Pokémon you can recruit.

Areas Owned Pokémon Recruitable
1 64 Pokémon
2 80 Pokémon
3 96 Pokémon
4 120 Pokémon
5 144 Pokémon
6 176 Pokémon
7 208 Pokémon
8 248 Pokémon
9 288 Pokémon
Mini-Games

Two of the stores you can create in the Pokémon Paradise provide minigames for you to participate in. These mini-games have you play through in order to obtain various items. These items are usually very rare, with all the evolution items being exclusively obtainable within them. There are no limits to how much you can play them, but it does cost 100P per play

Beartic Hockey
The Beartic Hockey mini-game has you need to utilise both screens. On the bottom screen, various pucks shall appear and you need to use the 3DS's stylus to aim and shoot them towards the hole. The bigger the puck, the bigger the score. As time progresses, you'll get a bonus which sends down even more pucks.

Salvage Treasure
This mini-game has you control a Starmie and collect various treasure chests as it slowly sinks to the bottom. Starmie is controlled using the motion sensing gyroscope on the Nintendo 3DS. Along the way, there will be various water currents that send you in various directions. If you hit a Chinchou however, you will lose a chest. Once at the bottom, you're able to open the chests to receive the items.

Custom Stores

As you rank up the area, you get access to a variety of stores. These stores vary from having a Lottery, to allowing you to purchase items or recycling items. Each area can have four stores running at once, and the stores can then be upgraded. To build these stores, and upgrade them, you need to earn materials from completing various missions.

In addition to the stores, you can also open various gardens. These gardens allow you to grow various seeds and berries including Revive Seeds. Finally, there are also dojos for each type. These run in a similar way to the store in Post Town, but increase the level of the moves even further than before.

However, if you have an empty facility, a Drilbur may appear near there and will offer to dig treasure for you, giving you access to a Level 5 dungeon filled with rare items

Below is a full list of stores you can create. These are all built with materials you get for completing missions on the bulletin board and can be upgraded and repainted at the sign outside of each of them
Store NameDescriptionCostRank RequirementUpgrade CostSecond Upgrade Cost
Berry & Seed StoreSells various Berries & Seeds300
Rich Soil * 2
Precious Branch * 2
Normal Rank600
Ancient Soil * 3
Heavy Lumber * 3
1000
Rare Soil * 4
Fine Log * 4
Elite BoutiqueSells various Orbs and miscellaneous items900
Sturdy Vine * 2
Fresh Herb *2
Gold Rank600
Hardy Vine * 3
Leaf Bouquet *3
1000
Everlasting Vine * 4
Grass Veil * 4
Oodles of OrbsSells various randomised items. Often has sales on the items, selling at very low prices.1000
Sturdy Vine * 1
Fresh Herb * 1
Platinum Rank600
Hardy Vine * 1
Leaf Bouquet * 1
1000
Everlasting Vine * 1
Grass Veil *1
Swap ShopOffers trades for various items such as Berries & Orbs300
Precious Branch * 2
Lustrous Metal * 2
Hard Fragment * 2
Sturdy Vine * 2
Reverse Herb * 2
Gold Rank600
Heavy Lumber * 3
Glimmering Alloy * 3
Unbreakable Rock * 3
Hardy Vine * 3
Leaf Bouquet * 3
1000
Fine Log * 4
Gilded Metal * 4
Endless Stone * 4
Everlasting Vine * 4
Grass Veil * 4
Prize PalaceAllows you to purchase and exchange tickets for random prizes300
Lustrous Metal * 2
Sturdy Vine * 2
Bronze Rank600
Reflective Alloy * 3
Hardy Vine * 3
1000
Gilded Metal * 4
Everlasting Vine * 4
Side-road GuideTells of a special location inside a Dungeon300
Rich Soil * 2
Precious Branch * 2
Silver Rank600
Ancient Soil * 3
Heavy Lumber * 3
1000
Rare Soil * 4
Fine Log * 4
Music ParadiseAllows for various music to be played in the Pokémon paradis4500
Rare Soil * 3
Endless Stone * 3
Gilded Metal * 3
Fine Log * 3
Complete game
Beartic HockeyAllows you to play a mini-game to win prizes such as evolution items3000
Rich Soil * 3
Hard Fragment * 3
Lustrous Metal * 3
Gold Rank
Salvage TreasureAllows you to play a mini-game to win prizes such as evolution items300
Precious Branch * 3
Reverse Herb * 3
Spring Water * 3
Bronze Rank
Oran FieldGrows Oran Berries300
Rich Soil * 2
Oran Berry * 1
Normal Rank600
Ancient Soil * 3
Oran Berry * 2
1000
Rare Soil * 4
Oran Berry * 3
Heal FieldGrows Heal Seeds300
Rich Soil * 3
Spring Water * 3
Heal Seeds * 2
Platinum Rank600
Ancient Soil * 4
Well Water * 4
Heal Seed * 3
1000
Rare Soil * 5
Rainbow Drops * 5
Heal Seed * 4
Revive FieldGrows Revive Seeds300
Rich Soil * 3
Spring Water * 3
Revive Seeds * 2
Diamond Rank600
Ancient Soil * 4
Well Water * 3
Reviva Seed * 3
1000
Rare Soil * 6
Rainbow Drops * 6
Revive Seed * 6
Eyedrop FieldGrows Eyedrop Seeds300
Rich Soil * 2
Spring Water * 2
Eyedrop Seeds * 2
Normal Rank600
Ancient Soil * 3
Well Water * 3
Eyedrop Seed * 3
1000
Rare Soil * 4
Rainbow Drops * 4
Eyedrop Seed * 4
Warp FieldGrows Warp Seeds300
Rich Soil * 2
Spring Water * 2
Warp Seeds * 2
Silver Rank600
Ancient Soil * 3
Well Water * 3
Warp Seed * 3
1000
Rare Soil * 4
Rainbow Drops * 4
Warp Seed * 4
Swift FieldGrows Swift Seeds300
Rich Soil * 2
Spring Water * 2
Swift Seeds * 2
Silver Rank600
Ancient Soil * 3
Well Water * 3
Swift Seed * 3
1000
Rare Soil * 4
Rainbow Drops * 4
Swift Seed * 4
Blind FieldGrows Blind Seeds300
Rich Soil * 2
Spring Water * 2
Blind Seeds * 2
Bronze Rank600
Ancient Soil * 3
Well Water * 3
Blind Seed * 3
1000
Rare Soil * 4
Rainbow Drops * 4
Blind Seed * 4
Totter FieldGrows Totter Seeds300
Rich Soil * 2
Spring Water * 2
Totter Seeds * 2
Bronze Rank600
Ancient Soil * 3
Well Water * 3
Totter Seed * 3
1000
Rare Soil * 4
Rainbow Drops * 4
Totter Seed * 4
Sleep FieldGrows Sleep Seeds300
Rich Soil * 2
Spring Water * 2
Sleep Seeds * 2
Bronze Rank600
Ancient Soil * 3
Well Water * 3
Sleep Seed * 3
1000
Rare Soil * 4
Rainbow Drops * 4
Sleep Seed * 4
Bound FieldGrows Bound Seeds300
Rich Soil * 2
Spring Water * 2
Bound Seeds * 2
Bronze Rank600
Ancient Soil * 3
Well Water * 3
Bound Seed * 3
1000
Rare Soil * 4
Rainbow Drops * 4
Bound Seed * 4
Communication FieldGrows Communication Seeds300
Rich Soil * 3
Spring Water * 3
Communication Seeds * 2
Gold Rank600
Ancient Soil * 4
Well Water * 4
Commuication Seed * 3
1000
Rare Soil * 5
Rainbow Drops * 5
Communication Seed * 4
Encourage FieldGrows Encourage Seeds300
Rich Soil * 3
Spring Water * 3
Encourage Seeds * 2
Gold Rank600
Ancient Soil * 4
Well Water * 4
Encourage Seed * 3
1000
Rare Soil * 5
Rainbow Drops * 5
Encourage Seed * 4
Blast FieldGrows Blast Seeds300
Rich Soil * 2
Spring Water * 2
Blast Seeds * 2
Normal Rank600
Ancient Soil * 3
Well Water * 3
Blast Seed * 3
1000
Rare Soil * 5
Rainbow Drops * 5
Blast Seed * 5
Violent FieldGrows Violent Seeds300
Rich Soil * 3
Spring Water * 3
Violente Seeds * 2
Platinum Rank600
Ancient Soil * 4
Well Water * 4
Violent Seed * 3
1000
Rare Soil * 5
Rainbow Drops * 5
Violent Seed * 4
Pure FieldGrows Pure Seeds300
Rich Soil * 2
Spring Water * 2
Pure Seeds * 2
Master Rank600
Ancient Soil * 3
Well Water * 3
Pure Seed * 3
1000
Rare Soil * 6
Rainbow Drops * 6
Pure Seed * 6
Vile FieldGrows Vile Seeds300
Rich Soil * 2
Spring Water * 2
Vile Seeds * 2
Diamond Rank600
Ancient Soil * 3
Well Water * 3
Vile Seed * 3
1000
Rare Soil * 5
Rainbow Drops * 5
Vile Seed * 5
Normal DojoTrains up Normal-type moves300
Lustrous Metal * 2
Hard Fragments * 2
Normal Rank600
Reflective Alloy * 5
Unbreakable Rock * 5
1000
Gilded Metal * 7
Endless Stone * 7
Fire DojoTrains up Fire-type Moves300
Lustrous Metal * 2
Hard Fragments * 2
Normal Rank600
Reflective Alloy * 5
Unbreakable Rock * 5
1000
Gilded Metal * 7
Endless Stone * 7
Grass DojoTrains up Grass-type Moves300
Lustrous Metal * 2
Hard Fragments * 2
Normal Rank600
Reflective Alloy * 5
Unbreakable Rock * 5
1000
Gilded Metal * 7
Endless Stone * 7
Water DojoTrains up Water-type Moves300
Lustrous Metal * 2
Hard Fragments * 2
Normal Rank600
Reflective Alloy * 5
Unbreakable Rock * 5
1000
Gilded Metal * 7
Endless Stone * 7
Electric DojoTrains up Electric-type Moves300
Lustrous Metal * 2
Hard Fragments * 2
Normal Rank600
Reflective Alloy * 5
Unbreakable Rock * 5
1000
Gilded Metal * 7
Endless Stone * 7
Ice DojoTrains up Ice-type Moves300
Lustrous Metal * 2
Hard Fragments * 2
Normal Rank600
Reflective Alloy * 5
Unbreakable Rock * 5
1000
Gilded Metal * 7
Endless Stone * 7
Fighting DojoTrains up Fighting-type Moves300
Lustrous Metal * 2
Hard Fragments * 2
Normal Rank600
Reflective Alloy * 5
Unbreakable Rock * 5
1000
Gilded Metal * 7
Endless Stone * 7
Poison DojoTrains up Poison-type Moves300
Lustrous Metal * 2
Hard Fragments * 2
Normal Rank600
Reflective Alloy * 5
Unbreakable Rock * 5
1000
Gilded Metal * 7
Endless Stone * 7
Ground DojoTrains up Ground-type Moves300
Lustrous Metal * 2
Hard Fragments * 2
Normal Rank600
Reflective Alloy * 5
Unbreakable Rock * 5
1000
Gilded Metal * 7
Endless Stone * 7
Flying DojoTrains up Flying-type Moves300
Lustrous Metal * 2
Hard Fragments * 2
Normal Rank600
Reflective Alloy * 5
Unbreakable Rock * 5
1000
Gilded Metal * 7
Endless Stone * 7
Psychic DojoTrains up Psychic-type Moves300
Lustrous Metal * 2
Hard Fragments * 2
Normal Rank600
Reflective Alloy * 5
Unbreakable Rock * 5
1000
Gilded Metal * 7
Endless Stone * 7
Bug DojoTrains up Bug-type Moves300
Lustrous Metal * 2
Hard Fragments * 2
Normal Rank600
Reflective Alloy * 5
Unbreakable Rock * 5
1000
Gilded Metal * 7
Endless Stone * 7
Rock DojoTrains up Rock-type Moves300
Lustrous Metal * 2
Hard Fragments * 2
Normal Rank600
Reflective Alloy * 5
Unbreakable Rock * 5
1000
Gilded Metal * 7
Endless Stone * 7
Ghost DojoTrains up Ghost-type Moves300
Lustrous Metal * 2
Hard Fragments * 2
Normal Rank600
Reflective Alloy * 5
Unbreakable Rock * 15
1000
Gilded Metal * 7
Endless Stone * 7
Dragon DojoTrains up Dragon-type Moves300
Lustrous Metal * 2
Hard Fragments * 2
Normal Rank600
Reflective Alloy * 5
Unbreakable Rock * 5
1000
Gilded Metal * 7
Endless Stone * 7
Dark DojoTrains up Dark-type Moves300
Lustrous Metal * 2
Hard Fragments * 2
Normal Rank600
Reflective Alloy * 5
Unbreakable Rock * 5
1000
Gilded Metal * 7
Endless Stone * 7
Steel DojoTrains up Steel-type Moves300
Lustrous Metal * 2
Hard Fragments * 2
Normal Rank600
Reflective Alloy * 5
Unbreakable Rock * 5
1000
Gilded Metal * 7
Endless Stone * 7

 
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