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Tiny Woods
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Tiny Woods in Red and Blue Rescue Team.
Background music Tiny Woods
Continent Air Continent

Tiny Woods (Japanese: (ちい)さな(もり)) is a dungeon in the Air Continent in the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series. It made its debut in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red and Blue Rescue Team in 2005.

Appearances[edit | edit source]

Games Anime Manga
RT EoT/D Sky AS GtI SMD RTDX RT EoT&D BT&D GtI Ginji's Blazing Guide SMD
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Games[edit | edit source]

Story[edit | edit source]

Games[edit | edit source]

Shortly after the Rescue Team Hero and Partner meet for the first time, Butterfree runs toward them asking for help. She explains that her son Caterpie fell into a hole that opened in the ground. She tried to go inside to get him out, however, the Pokémon there attacked her. The two go in the dungeon and rescue him. Various random missions may later take place in this dungeon as well.

Manga[edit | edit source]

The name of the dungeon the Ginji and Mudkip explore in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Ginji's Rescue Team is never mentioned, however it's likely based on Tiny Woods. Sunkern can be found in the dungeon, as with Tiny Woods in the games. The most notable difference is Caterpie is found in an Ariados den, instead of an empty room.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The music originally used for Tiny Woods received a new version in Explorers of Sky.

In Other Languages[edit | edit source]

Language Name
English Flag of the United Kingdom.svg
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Tiny Woods
Japanese Flag of Japan.svg 小さな森

See Also[edit | edit source]

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Locations by Area
Air Continent Locations
Baram TownFrosty ForestGreat CanyonHill of the AncientsIllusory GrottoLapis CaveLuminous CaveMagma CavernMt. BlazeMt. FreezeMt. SteelMt. ThunderOddity CavePokémon SquarePelipper Post OfficeRescue Team BaseRock PathSilent ChasmSinister CaveSinister WoodsSky TowerSnow PathThunderwave CaveTiny WoodsUproar ForestWhiscash Pond
Grass Continent Locations
Beach CaveCapim TownDestiny TowerHeart LakeHidden LandLabyrinth CaveMt. TravailMystery JungleTemporal TowerTreasure TownZero Isle
Mist Continent Locations
Breezy MeadowCanyon FootCape at the EdgeCrags of LamentDaybreak RidgeDesolate CanyonDreamy IslandEastern SavannaForest near Ragged MountainForest of ShadowsForest GrottoFreezing PillarGlacial UnderpassGlacier PalaceGreat GlacierGrove of WhispersHazy PassHill of Universal OrderHolehillsInflora ForestMiragesandsMoonlit ForestMount KilioneaMountain PassJaws of the AbyssKilionea RoadOchre QuarryPath of No ReturnPost TownPokémon ParadiseRagged MountainRedland ReachesRusty MountainScorching DesertSilent TundraSlumbering CaveSmoking MountainStompstump PeakStony CaveSwanna HouseTelluric PathTempting PathTreasure TroveTyrian MazeWindy ShorelineWithered SavannaWorldcore
Mystery Continent Locations
Sand Continent Locations
Sea of Wonders Locations
Unmapped Locations
Hidden Landmass
Abyssal BadlandsCave of the DeepCalm Craggy AreaReverse MountainBottom of the Voidlands
Water Continent Locations
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Locations by Type
Towns and Villages
Baram TownCapim TownLively TownNoe TownPokémon BeachUnofficial Translation symbol.pngPokémon GardenUnofficial Translation symbol.pngPokémon SquarePokémon VillageUnofficial Translation symbol.pngPost TownSahra TownSerene VillageShaymin VillageTreasure Town

References[edit | edit source]