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Marowak Training Dojo
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Marowak Training Dojo Entrance

Floors

5 in Bronze, 10 in Silver, 15 in Gold

Random

Yes

Weather

No

Boss

Medicham (Bronze), Lucario (Silver), Marowak (Gold)

Set Level

No

Secret Room

No

Level Range

Varies Increases with floor/dojo.

Marowak Training Dojo, otherwise known as the dojo, is a training dojo with a group of dungeons that are meant for the player to train found in Grassroot Town. It is one of the only dungeons that do not have missions. The Pokémon here get stronger with the increase of levels. It also contains a fighting arena for Player vs. Player battles between players. There is also a small stairway leading down to the relatively large underground room where Sensei Marowak's Domain is, completely surrounded by the rest of the watery cave including large pillars holding up the above dojo. Upon entry, the Marowak will speak to you and teach you the ropes of getting around the Dojo on your first visit.

This dungeon is located inside the Marowak Dojo with the arena being right next to it.

The Dojo is split into three dungeons, each with their own boss. Easiest is Bronze, then Silver, then Gold. To progress, one must beat the boss of each dungeon.

Dungon Parts

Scenery

The scenery in this dungeon changes for every dojo. With each scenery change the Pokémon also change, introducing new ones that are getting harder to beat the higher up the player goes.

  • Bronze Dojo Scenery
  • Bronze Dojo Boss - Medicham
  • Silver Dojo Scenery
  • Silver Dojo Boss - Lucario
  • Gold Dojo Scenery (Lower Floors)
  • Gold Dojo Scenery (Upper Floors)
  • Gold Dojo Boss - Sensei Marowak

Bronze Dojo

The Bronze Dojo takes on a rather grassy and watery look to it as it continues for 5 floors. It contains the easiest Pokémon of the dojos.

Silver Dojo

The Silver Dojo takes on a fiery rock look to it, containing switches opening up the next floor on later levels. It is a 10 floor dungeon. You must complete the Bronze Dojo to be able to enter the Silver Dojo.

Gold Dojo

The Gold Dojo starts off as a watery cave with blue crystals jumping from the side. It is 15 floors, being the last dojo to be unlocked. This dojo is the most difficult of the three. You must complete the Silver Dojo to be able to enter the Gold Dojo

Pokémon

Bronze Dojo

  • Poliwag
  • Buizel
  • Magby
  • Seedot
  • Bellsprout
  • Nuzleaf (Floor 4+)
  • Marill (Floor 4+)
  • Weepinbell (Floor 4+)

Silver Dojo

Gold Dojo

Boss

Bronze Dojo

Medicham is the boss of the Bronze Dojo. After defeating Medicham, the player may move on to the Silver Dojo.

Silver Dojo

Lucario, student of the Sensei Marowak, is the boss of the Silver Dojo. After defeating Lucario the player may move on to the Gold Dojo.

Gold Dojo

Sensei Marowak, the dojo owner, is the boss of the Gold Dojo. After defeating Marowak, you are led to a warp maze room containing a Tiny Mushroom and the warp out.

Items

Bronze Dojo

Name Location Rarity SpecialTile Visible

Silver Dojo

Name Location Rarity SpecialTile Visible

Gold Dojo

Name Location Rarity SpecialTile Visible

Mystery Eggs

Gold Dojo

  • Cubone (8F-10F) (in walls)
  • Meditite (11F-13F) (in water)

Dungeon Objective

This dungeon's main objective is to train the Pokémon players bring into it. It is mostly for lower-level players as it is in the first town of Grassroot.

Restrictions

This dungeon is the best training spot for low level Pokémon, and therefore has a restriction that is put on it to prevent people from over-training inside of it. Players cannot bring their own items from outside the dungeon inside and are forced to rely on the items provided in order to stay in there for as long as possible.

Tips

Bronze Dojo

Silver Dojo

Gold Dojo

Trivia

Old Dojo Entrance

Previous Marowak Training Dojo Entrance

  • Pokémon used to give more experience, but, due to staff decisions, they cut the experience given. They then decided to make three types of dojo for splitting up more of the EXP.
  • This dungeon was the only one where the scenery set changes every floor, but was then changed into a constant scenery for each chamber.
  • The Dojo used to be the strongest dungeon during the time of PMU 7's initial release.
  • The Dojo was originally only one 5 floor dungeon without a boss and an arena not long ago. It also contained what today's dojo contained; a underground room where the Sensei stayed.

Video

Early PMU7 Marowak Training Dojo Playthrough by taco pizza01:19

Early PMU7 Marowak Training Dojo Playthrough by taco pizza

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