Pokemon Super Mystery Dungeon Looplets and Emera Guide

By   /   Nov 27, 2015
Pokemon Super Mystery Dungeon

Looplets, in Pokemon Super Mystery Dungeon, are equippables which function alongside Emera. Looplets alone do not have any function, but when combined with Emera, these provide special effects.

Pokemon Super Mystery Dungeon Looplets and Emera

This article details everything that you need to know about Looplets and Emera in Pokemon Super Mystery Dungeon:

Looplets

As mentioned earlier, Looplets are equippable items. These items can be purchased, acquired as presents, and found inside dungeons. Looplets provide Pokemon with special effects such as poison resistance and more.

It is worth noting that each Looplet has various slots – ranging from 1 to 8 – in which Emera can be placed. This eventually creates a number of possibilities making different dungeons a walk in a park.

Emera

Emera, in Pokemon Super Mystery Dungeon, is dungeon-specific items that can only be used in the dungeon in which these are located. Even if inside a Looplet, you will lose an Emera after exiting the dungeon in which you found it.

There are a couple of ways in which Emera appear in a dungeon.

Firstly, a whole Emera will appear with a number dictating the number of moves after which it will transform into dust. Secondly, Emera dust can also be collected which will automatically transform into an Emera.

It is also worth noting that you can easily prevent an Emera from turning into ashes. To do so, simply send one of the party members and acquire it. Remember that Emera has multiple uses; the list below details them all:

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Emera Effects

Awakening
Use: This puts Pokemon in Awakening mode for a short duration and allows it to Mega Evolve.

Berry Power
Use: This prevents stats from being lowered from attacks.

Blowback
Use: This allows you to warp enemies away by attacks.

Bonus Up
Use: This enhances the chances of a move having a Special Effect.

Burn Charm
Use: This prevents a Pokemon from Burn status ailment.

Charm Up
Use: This significantly reduces the received damage.

Clairvoyance
Use: This allows you to see the location of all the items on the map.

Companion Revival
Use: This allows downed party members to be automatically revived without the use of a Reviver Seed.

Condition Prevention
Use: This prevents Pokemon from status ailment conditions.

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Confusion Charm
Use: This prevents a Pokemon from Confuse status ailment.

Good Co-ordination
Use: This significantly enhances Alliance Attacks accuracy.

Intimidation
Use: This gives you a chance of failing opponent’s moves.

Last Stand
Use: This let a Pokemon survive at 1HP at the cost of the Emera.

Long Ears
Use: This allows you to see the location of all the Wild Pokemon on the map.

Missing Traps
Use: This negates the uses of all Traps on the Pokemon.

More Momentum
Use: This provides a chance of damaging the next Pokémon if a previous move successfully defeats a Pokemon.

Move Barrage
Use: This allows you to hit twice in the same turn.

Paralysis Charm
Use: This prevents a Pokemon from Paralyze status ailment.

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Poison Charm
Use: This prevents a Pokemon from Poison status ailment.

Power Up X
Use: This increases Pokemon Attack.

Power Up Y
Use: This increases Pokemon Accuracy.

Pre-emptive Hit
Use: This increases the chances of getting a critical hit.

PP Up
Use: This significantly enhances PP after getting to a new floor.

Pummel Charm
Use: This slowly decreases damage after getting hit multiple times.

Remote Dodge
Use: This increases the chances of dodging a move being executed from far away.

Sleep Charm
Use: This prevents a Pokemon from Asleep status ailment.

Sleep Behind
Use: This has chances of inflicting Sleep by attacks.

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Spin Order
Use: This has chances of inflicting Confuse by attacks.

State Transfer
Use: This has chances of inflicting Confuse by attacks.

This Time
Use: Followed by a missing move, this significantly decreases the chances of the next move being missed.

Type Bulldoze
Use: This significantly increases the damage output against the type of move it is resistant to.

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