Sinister Cave (Japanese: あやしいどうくつ) is a dungeon in the Air Continent in the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series. It makes a one-time appearance in the anime short Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Team Go-Getters Out Of the Gate.
Appearances[edit | edit source]
Anime[edit | edit source]
- Sinister Cave appears in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Team Go-Getters Out Of the Gate.
Story[edit | edit source]
Team Go-Getters, a newly formed Rescue Team, heard from Whiscash at Whiscash Pond that the older brother of a Pichu, a Pikachu, was stuck at Sinister Cave. It was decided that a Rescue Team had to save Pikachu, but since Team A.C.T. was already occupied with another mission, another Rescue Team had to go. Team Go-Getters, as well as Team Meanies proposed to go to Sinister Cave to rescue Pikachu.
Team Go-Getters arrived at the cave and walked through it for some time without any trouble, lighting up the darkness with the fire on the tail of the Team's Charmander. They heard the noise of someone in need of help from behind a rock and Charmander destroyed the rock with its Metal Claw. It was revealed that the noise came from the Pichu who had asked them to search for his older brother earlier. Pichu was so tired that it fainted, but Team Go-Getters helped it get up with an Oran Berry. Pichu told the Team that Team Meanies had come to the cave before them and that he had met them. They had then locked Pichu up by placing a boulder in the way. Pichu now decided to go along with Team Go-Getters.
Somewhat later, they came across a large group of sleeping Shroomish. The Squirtle of the Team accidentally woke one up, which in turn woke its fellow Shroomish and made them all go angry. The Team had to run from them, but Charmander eventually scared them off with his newly learned Flamethrower. The Team soon reached the end of the cave and arrived at a mountainous landscape were they encountered a Skarmory. They fought the Skarmory and defeated it and rescued Pichu's older brother Pikachu.
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See Also[edit | edit source]
|Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Locations by Type|
References[edit | edit source]
-  Page history imported from the Pokémon wiki, Bulbapedia.
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