Entrance to Mysterious Jungle
60 to 80
Due to the amount of resources provided, ease of defeating enemy Pokémon and experience points gained, Mysterious Jungle is one of the best late-game dungeons to train Pokémon from level 50 up to level 100.
Several exclusive Pokémon can recruited here in the Mysterious Jungle.
The natural weather that can occur here includes rainy, cloudy, foggy, and sunny weather.
Low Floors (1-20)
The walls are a bright greenery with yellow flowers sprouting out. Rocks and bushes also make out walls. The floor is made up of a maroon-colored dirt, with occasional purple flowers growing in it. Water here is a murky green. There is darkness starting from floor 11.
After floor 20, there is a maze with a hidden pathway. There are a few visible spots through it. Mushrooms are hidden at the beginning, end, and said visible spots. 300 Poké is also hidden in the top-right corner. There are false pathways with explosion or chestnut traps.
Middle Floors (21-30)
The scenery for these floors is the same as the last, the only difference being the walls. They're now a deeper green, with more common pink flowers coming out, and visible roots at the bottom.
There is another puzzle after floor 30. There are multiple bushes in every section; one of them is a switch that makes the shrub blocking the exit disappear for a limited time. Alternatively there is a shortcut on the left with shrubs removable via using the move Cut.
Upper Floors (31-40)
The walls are the only changes again, but they change drastically. It appears as a rocky stone with a very deep blue hue. The small bushes become more uncommon, and there are regular rocks and green and blue stones.
Instead of another puzzle, after floor 40, there is a long pathway to a Kangaskhan storage, with an Escape Orb near the start of the room.
Highest Floors (41-60)
The final floors of Mysterious Jungle also change a lot in scenery. The walls are identical to last floors, but the ground is now made up of vibrant green vines with blue plants in an abundance. Instead of water, there is now air. The stones still appear with bigger rocks starting to show up.
Pokémon in bold are recruitable. Please visit the Recruitable Pokémon page for more information.
- Tropius (31-B40F)
- Chikorita (31-B40F, Dawn/Dusk)
- Treecko (41-B50F, Dawn/Dusk)
Mew can be found at the end of this dungeon at Level 80.
Upon defeat, Mew can drop Big Mushrooms, or a small chance for a Miracle Chest, though there's also a chance of Mew not dropping anything. However, Mew also has a chance of dropping a Heart Slate, which allows Mew to be used by the player in a dungeon once Mew's Heart Slate is fused with the Mystery Part.
- I've watching you... teehee.
- You seem like a fun Pokémon to play with!
- I don't have to ask, because I'm Mew!
- Lets go! Teehee!
- That hurt! I wanted to play not fight!
- What!? You're telling me I played too rough with you?
- That's just nonsense!
- You're such a big meanie!
|Max Ether||All Floors||Common||No||Yes|
|Max Elixir||All Floors||Common||No||Yes|
|Herbal Tea||All Floors||Common||No||Yes|
|Green Apple||All Floors||Common||No||Yes|
|Big Green Apple||All Floors||Common||No||Yes|
|Sitrus Berry||All Floors||Common||No||Yes|
|Tanga Berry||All Floors||Uncommon||No||Yes|
|Rindo Berry||All Floors||Common||No||Yes|
|Lum Berry||All Floors||Uncommon||No||Yes|
|Scanner Orb||All Floors||Uncommon||No||Yes|
|Rainy Orb||All Floors||Common||No||Yes|
|Sunny Orb||All Floors||Common||No||Yes|
|Cloudy Orb||All Floors||Common||No||Yes|
|Luminous Orb||All Floors||Common||No||Yes|
|Trapbust Orb||All Floors||Common||No||Yes|
|See-Trap Orb||All Floors||Common||No||Yes|
|Large Banana||All Floors||Common||No||Yes|
|Gold Banana||All Floors||Common||No||Yes|
|TM Swords Dance||Rare|
|Silver Leaf||All Floors||Uncommon||No||Yes|
|Gold Leaf||All Floors||Uncommon||No||Yes|
|Heart Scale||All Floors||Rare||Both||No|
|Grass Silk||B45F||~20%||Sealed Chamber||N/A|
- Chikorita (B31-40F)
- Treecko (B41-51F)
- Bulbasaur (B51-60F)
After defeating the boss, you will be warped to a room containing two Deluxe Boxes, a Dawn Stone, and two Pokédolls. The Deluxe boxes may contain:
- Link Cable
- Big Nugget
- TM Solar Beam
- TM Sludge Bomb
- TM Psychic
- TM Venoshock
- TM Infestation
- TM Energy Ball
- Grass Dust
- Golden Apple
This Secret Room is similar to the one found in Inferno Volcano.
There are 5 switches in total: 4 outside switches and 1 inside the chamber with the boxes so the player can get out again. The one that correctly opens the path is the top left button.
- Relic Statue
- Relic Band
- Relic Vase
- Relic Gold
- TM Infestation
- TM Psychic
- Moss Rock
Other than completion, Mysterious Jungle is one of the most popular dungeons for training, specifically for training Fire-types. High selling items spawn frequently and the Boss, Mew, may rarely drop a wanted item, a Miracle Chest, or it's Heart Slate. The Grass starters from Kanto, Johto and Hoenn can be obtained here. Mysterious Jungle is the dungeon where the sealed chamber for Grass Silk resides as well. Mysterious Jungle is also well known for the amount of supplies, making it a good dungeon for restocking.
- It is recommended that you bring a Pokémon with Safeguard or Refresh to protect against all of the status moves here, like Poison Powder. However safeguard wouldn't help against Jumpluff since it has the Ability Infiltrator.
- There are Kecleon shops on floors 12, 28, 40, and 54.
- All Pokémon that could be found in the original PMU 6 version can also be found in the PMU 7 version. The PMU 7 version also introduces some new Pokémon.