Rescue Team:Tiny Woods

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Tiny Woods
Rescue Team - Tiny Woods.png

Tutorial Dungeon.

Tutorial Dungeon.

Entrance Location Town Dungeon Menu
Final Goal Floor 3
Total Floor Count 3
Bring Items In Yes: 32
Bring Poké In Yes
Bring Partners In 3
# of Rescues [Data needed]
# of Rescue Attempts [Data needed]
Kangaskhan Rest Stops None
Weather Clear
Visibility Normal
Kecleon Shops None
Monster Houses None
Pokémon Spawn Rate Every [Data needed] turns.
Gusts of Wind 1,000 turns
Main Story
Next Dungeon → #2
Thunderwave Cave Rescue Team - Thunderwave Cave Location Icon.png

Tiny Woods (Japanese: 小さな森) is the first dungeon in the Main Story of the Rescue Team titles. It has 4 floors in total. This is one of the smallest dungeons in Rescue Team.

Plot[edit | edit source]

After Player Character awakens, turned into a Pokémon and is introduced to Partner Character, a Butterfree suddenly runs up to them in distress. She tells them that her child, Caterpie, has fallen into Tiny Woods and cannot get out, asking them to help her. The protagonists agree and venture into the dungeon.

After traversing through the three floors, Caterpie is then found at the end, scared and crying. Upon seeing the protagonists, it realizes that they are here to help, and the three exit out. Butterfree and Caterpie are reunited, and as a reward Butterfree gives the protagonists an Oran Berry, Pecha Berry and Rawst Berry.

Dungeon information[edit | edit source]

Shops do not appear here, and there is no chance of encountering any Monster House or traps. There is also no possible way to recruit a Pokémon in the dungeon.

Jobs[edit | edit source]

Jobs for this dungeon will usually have an E rank.

Rank Bottom
E 1 - 3 Any

Rescues[edit | edit source]

The player can send a rescue help in Tiny Woods.

Pokémon encountered[edit | edit source]

Pokémon encountered in the dungeon are in majority Grass type Pokémon, which is a disadvantage for players who picked a Water type Pokémon.

Sprite Pokémon Types Level Exp Recruitment rate Floors
English Japanese
Pidgey's model.Pidgeyポッポ Normal Flying 1 12 Unrecruitable 1 - 3
Sunkern's model.Sunkernヒマナッツ Grass 1 16 Unrecruitable 1 - 3
Wurmple's model.Wurmpleケムッソ Bug 1 15 Unrecruitable 1 - 3
Exeggcute's model.Exeggcuteタマタマ Grass Psychic 1 45 Unrecruitable 3

Items & Poké[edit | edit source]

Rescue Team - Poké.png
Floors Item
2 40 1 - 3 100%
Rescue Team - Oran Berry.png
English Japanese Floors Item
Oran Berryオレンのみ 3 50.00%
Pecha Berryモモンのみ 3 50.00%

Traps & Floor Tiles[edit | edit source]

There are no traps found in Tiny Woods.

Sprite Traps & Floor Tiles Floors Trap Frequency
English Japanese
Rescue Team - Wonder Tile sprite.pngWonder Tileふしぎなゆか 1 - 3 100%

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Excluding certain floors in Mt. Blaze Peak, Tiny Woods is only one of two dungeons to have unrecruitable Pokémon throughout the entirety of dungeon exploration. The other is Purity Forest.[citation needed]
    • Tiny Woods is the easiest dungeon whilst Purity Forest is considered to be the hardest.

In other languages[edit | edit source]

Language Name
English Flag of the United Kingdom.png
Flag of the United States.png
Tiny Woods
Japanese Flag of Japan.png 小さな森
French Flag of France.png Petit Bois
Spanish Flag of Spain.png Arboleda Chica
German Flag of Germany.png Kleinhain
Italian Flag of Italy.png Bosco Fiorito
Korean Flag of South Korea.png 작은 숲

See Also[edit | edit source]

v • d • e
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red and Blue Rescue Team Locations
Dungeons Story Mode Tiny Woods • Thunderwave Cave • Mt. Steel • Sinister Woods • Silent Chasm • Mt. Thunder • Great Canyon • Lapis Cave • Rock PathInfo symbol.png • Mt. Blaze • Snow PathInfo symbol.png • Frosty Forest • Mt. Freeze • Magma Cavern • Sky Tower • Uproar Forest
Post-Story Howling Forest • Stormy Sea • Silver Trench • Meteor Cave • Fiery Field • Lightning Field • Northwind Field • Mt. Faraway • Western Cave • Northern Range • Pitfall Valley • Buried Relic • Wish Cave • Murky Cave • Desert Region • Southern Cavern • Wyvern Hill • Solar Cave • Darknight Relic • Grand Sea • Waterfall Pond • Unown Relic • Joyous Tower • Far-Off Sea • Purity Forest
Event Oddity Cave • Remains Island • Marvelous Sea • Fantasy Strait
Pokémon Square Rescue Team Base • Whiscash Pond • Luminous Cave • Town Services • Makuhita Dojo • Kangaskhan Storage • Kecleon Shop • Felicity Bank • Gulpin Link Shop • Pelipper Post Office • Wigglytuff Club
Other Hill of the Ancients

References[edit | edit source]

  • [1] Page history imported from the Fandom Rescue Team wiki after merging.
  • [2] Walkthrough from GameFAQs.
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