Thunderwave Cave

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Thunderwave Cave
Thunderwave Cave RRT.png
Charmander and Mudkip explore Thunderwave Cave in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team
First appearance Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team (2006)
Allowed team size 3
Majority type Electric
Floor(s) 5
Mission(s) Rescue a pair of Magnemite

Thunderwave Cave is the second dungeon in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team. It is unlocked the day after the main character and their partner help Caterpie in the Tiny Woods. Thunderwave Cave is the first dungeon with version-exclusive Pokémon, Plusle and Minun, in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team and Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Blue Rescue Team respectively.

In the Rescue Team Base mailbox is a request from a Magnemite to help its two Magnemite friends, who were affected by an electromagnetic wave that stuck them together in a partly-evolved form. Because two Magnemites is one short from the three needed to evolve into a Magneton, they needed help escaping from Thunderwave Cave.

Once the Magnemite is rescued, he rewards the rescue team with 500 poké, a Reviver Seed, and a Rawst Berry. One of the Magnemite later joins the rescue team, becoming their third member.

Wild Pokémon[edit]

Sprite No. Pokémon Type Floor(s) Recruit rate
Rattata RBRT sprite.png 019 Rattata Normal 1-3 9.5%
Nidoran female RBRT sprite.png 029 Nidoran♀ Poison 1-3 13.3%
Poochyena RBRT sprite.png 261 Poochyena Dark 1-3 8.2%
Voltorb RBRT sprite.png 100 Voltorb Electric 3-5 8.1%
Elekid RBRT sprite.png 239 Elekid Electric 4-5 10.3%
Plusle RBRT sprite.png 311 Plusle1 Electric 4-5 3.5%
Minun RBRT sprite.png 312 Minun2 Electric 4-5 3.5%

1 - Exclusive to Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team
2 - Exclusive to Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Blue Rescue Team

Items[edit]

Every item can be found on all five floors.

Sprite Item
Apple RBRT sprite.png Apple
Seed RBRT sprite.png Blast Seed
Cheri Berry RBRT sprite.png Cheri Berry
Gravelerock RBRT sprite.png Gravelerock (3–4)
Oran Berry RBRT sprite.png Oran Berry
Pecha Berry RBRT sprite.png Pecha Berry
Poke RBRT sprite.png Poké (4–74)
Seed RBRT sprite.png Sleep Seed

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese でんじはの どうくつ
Electromagnetic Wave Cave