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{{search|[[escape item]]|the game [[decoration]]s|Pokémon doll}} ''For the plush toy line, see [[Poké Doll (plush)]].''
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|name=Poké Doll
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|jname=ピッピにんぎょう
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|jtrans=Pippi Doll
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|gen=I
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|colorscheme=items
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|fling=yes
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{{ItemInfobox/BagRow|II|Items}}
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{{ItemInfobox/BagRow|III|Items}}
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{{ItemInfobox/BagRow|IV|Battle items|colorscheme=items}}
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{{ItemInfobox/BagRow|V|Items}}
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{{ItemInfobox/BagRow|VI|Items}}
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{{ItemInfobox/BagRowBottom|VII|Items}}
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{{ItemInfobox/Fling|30|colorscheme=items}}
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The '''Poké Doll''' (Japanese: '''ピッピにんぎょう''' ''{{tt|Pippi|Clefairy}} Doll'') is an item introduced in [[Generation I]]. It can be used to [[escape]] from a {{pkmn|battle}} with a [[wild Pokémon]].
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==In the core series games==
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===Price===
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{{ItemPrice/head‎|items}}
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{{ItemPrice|{{gameabbrev1|RBY}}/{{gameabbrev1|RGBY}}<br>{{gameabbrev2|GSC}}|{{PDollar}}1000|{{PDollar}}500}}
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{{ItemPrice|{{gameabbrev3|RSE}}|N/A|{{PDollar}}500}}
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{{ItemPrice|{{gameabbrev3|FRLG}}<br>{{gameabbrev4|DPPtHGSS}}|{{PDollar}}1000|{{PDollar}}500}}
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{{ItemPrice|{{gameabbrev5|B}}|{{PDollar}}18000|{{PDollar}}500}}
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{{ItemPrice|{{gameabbrev5|W}}{{gameabbrev5|B2W2}}<br>{{gameabbrev6|XY}}|N/A|{{PDollar}}500}}
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{{ItemPrice|{{gameabbrev6|ORAS}}|{{PDollar}}1,000|{{PDollar}}500}}
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{{ItemPrice|{{gameabbrev7|SMUSUM}}|N/A|{{PDollar}}50}}
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{{ItemPrice|{{gameabbrev7|PE}}|N/A|{{PDollar}}150}}
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|}
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|}
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===Effect===
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When used from the [[Bag]] during a {{pkmn|battle}} with a [[wild Pokémon]], it allows the {{player}} to [[escape]] instantly regardless of any factors that would otherwise prevent escape.
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In [[Generation I]], a Poké Doll can be given to {{OBP|Copycat|character}} in [[Saffron City]] in exchange for a {{TM|31|Mimic}}.
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In {{game|FireRed and LeafGreen|s}}, a Poké Doll can be given to Copycat to have her [[Move Tutor|teach]] {{m|Mimic}} to one Pokémon.
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In [[Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness]], it cannot be used to escape from wild Pokémon at [[Poké Spot]]s.
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===Description===
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{{movedesc|items}}
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{{movedescentry|{{gameabbrevss|Stad}}|Use during a battle against a wild Pokémon to make a getaway.}}
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{{movedescentry|{{gameabbrev2|GSC}}|Use to escape from a wild <sc>Pokémon</sc>.}}
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{{movedescentry|{{gameabbrev3|RSE}}|Use to flee from any battle with a wild <sc>Pokémon</sc>.}}
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{{movedescentry|{{gameabbrevss|Colo}}{{gameabbrevss|XD}}|An item brought over from a faraway place.}}
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{{movedescentry|{{gameabbrev3|FRLG}}|An attractive doll. Use it to flee from any battle with a wild <sc>Pokémon</sc>.}}
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{{movedescentry|{{gameabbrev4|DPPtHGSS}}<br>{{gameabbrev5|BWB2W2}}|A doll that attracts Pokémon. Use it to flee from any battle with a wild Pokémon.}}
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{{movedescentry|{{gameabbrev6|XYORAS}}<br>{{gameabbrev7|SMUSUM}}|A doll that attracts the attention of a Pokémon. It guarantees escape from any battle with wild Pokémon.}}
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|}
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|}
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===Acquisition===
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{{ItemAvailability/head‎|items}}
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|-
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| {{gameabbrev1|RBY}}/{{gameabbrev1|RGBY}}
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|
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| [[Celadon Department Store]]
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|-
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| {{gameabbrev2|GSC}}
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|
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| [[Goldenrod Department Store]], [[Celadon Department Store]], [[Mt. Moon Square]]<br>{{rt|43|Johto}} (gift from {{tc|Picnicker}} Tiffany){{sup/2|C}}
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|-
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| {{gameabbrev3|RSE}}
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|
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| ''[[Trade]]''
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|-
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| {{gameabbrev3|FRLG}}
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|
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| [[Celadon Department Store]]
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|-
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| {{gameabbrev4|DPPt}}
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| [[Team Galactic HQ]]{{sup/4|Pt}}
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| [[Veilstone Department Store]]
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|-
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| {{gameabbrev4|HGSS}}
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|
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| [[Goldenrod Department Store]], [[Celadon Department Store]], [[Mt. Moon Square]]<br>{{rt|43|Johto}} (gift from {{tc|Picnicker}} Tiffany)
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|-
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| {{gameabbrevss|PW}}
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|
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| {{pw|Resort}}
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|-
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| {{gameabbrev5|BW}}
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|
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| [[Black City]]{{sup/5|B}} (Jacques)
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|-
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| {{gameabbrev5|B2W2}}
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| [[Shopping Mall Nine]]
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| [[Accumula Town]] (daily, show the {{tc|Youngster}} a Pokémon with the requested [[List of Pokémon by height|height]])<br>[[Big Stadium and Small Court]] (defeat {{tc|Preschooler}} Mia)
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|-
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| {{gameabbrev6|XY}}
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|
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| [[Laverre City]] (daily, ×2, show the man and the {{tc|Lass}} a Pokémon with the requested [[List of Pokémon by height|height]])
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|-
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| {{gameabbrev6|ORAS}}
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|
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| [[Lilycove Department Store]]<br>{{rt|103|Hoenn}} (30% chance after rematch with {{tc|Twins}} Amy & Liv)
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|-
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| {{gameabbrev7|SM}}
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| [[Hau'oli City]]
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|
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|-
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| {{gameabbrev7|USUM}}
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|
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| ''[[Trade]]''
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|}
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|}
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===Artwork===
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{| style="margin:auto; text-align:center; {{roundy|20px}} border:2px solid #{{items color dark}}; background:#{{items color}}"
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|-
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| style="{{roundy|15px}} border:2px solid #{{items color dark}}; background:#{{items color light}}" | [[File:RG Poké Doll.png|150px]]
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|- style="font-size:80%"
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| Artwork from<br>{{color2|000|Generation I}}
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|}
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====Models====
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{| style="margin:auto; text-align:center; {{roundy|20px}} border:2px solid #{{items color dark}}; background:#{{items color}}"
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|-
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| style="{{roundy|80px}} border:2px solid #{{items color dark}}; background:#{{items color light}}" | [[File:Poké Doll SMUSUM.png|100px]]
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|- style="font-size:80%"
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| Model from<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Sun and Moon|Sun, Moon}}, {{color2|000|Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon|Ultra Sun,<br>and Ultra Moon}}
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|}
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==In spin-off games==
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[[File:PP2 Plush.png|thumb|100px|The Poké Doll in PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond]]
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===PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond===
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The Poké Doll, simply known as "Plush" in-game, makes an appearance in [[PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond]] as a gift item found inside crates. It can be given to Pokémon to make them happier, or can be used to distract certain Pokémon from running away. Instead of Clefairy, these Dolls represent {{p|Cleffa}}, but were also translated to English as Poké Doll (Japanese: '''ピィにんぎょう''' ''{{tt|Py|Cleffa}} Doll'').
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==In the anime==
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[[File:Poké Doll anime.png|thumb|250px|A Poké Doll in the {{pkmn|anime}}]]
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A Poké Doll belonging to {{an|Lillie}} first appeared in ''[[SM029|Lulled to La-La Land!]]'' and made brief reappearances from ''[[SM045|Now You See Them, Now You Don't!]]'' to ''[[SM051|Family Determination!]]''. Lillie used the Poké Doll in ''[[SM053|Rescuing the Unwilling!]]'' to remind [[Lusamine's Clefable]] of the good times they had together, allowing it to break free from {{DL|Recurring wild Pokémon in the anime|Nihilego}}'s control.
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{{-}}
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==In the manga==
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[[File:Poké Doll Adventures.png|thumb|left|150px|A Poké Doll in Pokémon Adventures]]
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[[File:Poké Doll PM.png|thumb|150px|A Poké Doll in Pokémon Pocket Monsters]]
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===In the Pokémon Adventures manga===
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In ''[[PS022|A Hollow Victreebel]]'', {{adv|Red}} used a Poké Doll to escape from a group of {{p|Victreebel}} that were trying to eat him in the {{safari|Kanto}}.
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===In the Pokémon Pocket Monsters manga===
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{{TP|Red|Clefairy}} used a Poké Doll as a substitute for himself in ''[[PM022|Part-Time Job At The Swimming Pool!!]]''. Since then, it became Clefairy's signature item, mostly relying on it to decoy himself or flee from any battle.
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{{-}}
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==In the TCG==
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[[File:ClefairyDollBaseSet70.jpg|thumb|200px|Poké Doll]]
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{{main|Clefairy Doll (Base Set 70)}}
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The Poké Doll was introduced as a {{TCG|Trainer card}} in the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game]] during the English Original Series (the Japanese Original Era) in the {{TCG|Base Set}} expansion. The English language release of the card uses the English equivalent of the Japanese name, Clefairy Doll.
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Play Clefairy Doll as if it were a {{DL|Appendix:Glossary (TCG)|Basic Pokémon}}. While in play, Clefairy Doll counts as a Pokémon (instead of a Trainer card). Clefairy Doll has no attacks, can't retreat, and can't be [[Special Condition (TCG)|Asleep, Confused, Paralyzed, or Poisoned]]. If Clefairy Doll is Knocked Out, it doesn't count as a Knocked Out Pokémon. The player may discard Clefairy Doll at any time during their turn before their attack.
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{{-}}
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==Trivia==
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* The [[Lost Item]] that must be returned to the {{OBP|Copycat|character}} in exchange for the [[Magnet Train]] [[Pass]] in [[Generation]]s {{gen|II}} and {{gen|IV}} is implied to be the same Poké Doll given to her to obtain {{TM|31|Mimic}} in Generations {{gen|I}} and {{gen|III}}.
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* Due to [[List of glitches in Generation I#Ghost Marowak glitch|a glitch]] in the [[Generation I]] games, Poké Dolls can also be used to bypass the [[Marowak (ghost)|ghost Marowak]] in [[Pokémon Tower]]; this glitch was fixed in [[Generation III]].
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==In other languages==
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{{langtable|color={{items color light}}|bordercolor={{items color}}
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|zh_yue=皮皮玩偶 ''{{tt|Pèihpèih Wuhnngáuh|Clefairy Doll}}'' {{tt|*|Games, RGB Guidebook, Pokémon Pocket Monster}}<br>皮皮公仔 ''{{tt|Pèihpèih Gūngjái|Clefairy Doll}} {{tt|*|Adventures, Yellow Guidebook}}
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|zh_cmn=皮皮玩偶 ''{{tt|Pípí Wán'ǒu|Clefairy Doll}}'' {{tt|*|Games, Anime, Adventures, PM008, Crystal Guidebook}}<br>皮皮娃娃 ''{{tt|Pípí Wáwá|Clefairy Doll}}'' {{tt|*|PM014}}
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|da=Pokédukka{{tt|*|Pokémon Emerald manual}}
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|fr=Poké Poupée{{tt|*|Generation II and Generation VII onwards}}<br>Poképoupée{{tt|*|Generation I and Generations III-VI}}
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|de=Poképuppe
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|it=Pokébambola
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|ko=삐삐인형 ''Ppippi Inhyeong''
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|pl=Pokémaskotka
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|pt_br=Pokéboneco
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|es=Poké Muñeco
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|sv=Poké-docka{{tt|*|Pokémon Emerald manual}}
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|vi=Búp bê Pippi
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}}
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{{-}}
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{{Project ItemDex notice}}
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[[Category:Items]]
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[[Category:Escape items]]
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[[de:Poképuppe]]
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[[es:Poké muñeco]]
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[[fr:Poké Poupée]]
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[[it:Strumenti di Fuga#Poké Bambola]]
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[[ja:ピッピにんぎょう]]
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[[zh:皮皮玩偶(道具)]]

Latest revision as of 19:13, 27 July 2019

This article is about the escape item. For the game decorations, see Pokémon doll. For the plush toy line, see Poké Doll (plush).
Poké Doll
ピッピにんぎょう
Pippi Doll
Poké Doll
Poké Doll
Pokémon Global Link artwork
Introduced in Generation I
Pocket
Generation I Bag Items pocket icon.png Items
Generation II Bag Items pocket icon.png Items
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Generation IV Bag Battle items pocket icon.png Battle items
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Fling
Power 30

The Poké Doll (Japanese: ピッピにんぎょう Pippi Doll) is an item introduced in Generation I. It can be used to escape from a battle with a wild Pokémon.

Contents

In the core series games

Price

Games Cost Sell price
RBY/RGBY
GSC
PokémonDollar.png1000 PokémonDollar.png500
RSE N/A PokémonDollar.png500
FRLG
DPPtHGSS
PokémonDollar.png1000 PokémonDollar.png500
B PokémonDollar.png18000 PokémonDollar.png500
WB2W2
XY
N/A PokémonDollar.png500
ORAS PokémonDollar.png1,000 PokémonDollar.png500
SMUSUM N/A PokémonDollar.png50
PE N/A PokémonDollar.png150

Effect

When used from the Bag during a battle with a wild Pokémon, it allows the player to escape instantly regardless of any factors that would otherwise prevent escape.

In Generation I, a Poké Doll can be given to Copycat in Saffron City in exchange for a TM31 (Mimic).

In Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen, a Poké Doll can be given to Copycat to have her teach Mimic to one Pokémon.

In Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness, it cannot be used to escape from wild Pokémon at Poké Spots.

Description

Games Description
Stad Use during a battle against a wild Pokémon to make a getaway.
GSC Use to escape from a wild Pokémon.
RSE Use to flee from any battle with a wild Pokémon.
Colo.XD An item brought over from a faraway place.
FRLG An attractive doll. Use it to flee from any battle with a wild Pokémon.
DPPtHGSS
BWB2W2
A doll that attracts Pokémon. Use it to flee from any battle with a wild Pokémon.
XYORAS
SMUSUM
A doll that attracts the attention of a Pokémon. It guarantees escape from any battle with wild Pokémon.

Acquisition

Games Finite methods Repeatable methods
RBY/RGBY Celadon Department Store
GSC Goldenrod Department Store, Celadon Department Store, Mt. Moon Square
Route 43 (gift from Picnicker Tiffany)C
RSE Trade
FRLG Celadon Department Store
DPPt Team Galactic HQPt Veilstone Department Store
HGSS Goldenrod Department Store, Celadon Department Store, Mt. Moon Square
Route 43 (gift from Picnicker Tiffany)
PW Resort
BW Black CityB (Jacques)
B2W2 Shopping Mall Nine Accumula Town (daily, show the Youngster a Pokémon with the requested height)
Big Stadium and Small Court (defeat Preschooler Mia)
XY Laverre City (daily, ×2, show the man and the Lass a Pokémon with the requested height)
ORAS Lilycove Department Store
Route 103 (30% chance after rematch with Twins Amy & Liv)
SM Hau'oli City
USUM Trade

Artwork

RG Poké Doll.png
Artwork from
Generation I

Models

Poké Doll SMUSUM.png
Model from
Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun,
and Ultra Moon

In spin-off games

The Poké Doll in PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond

PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond

The Poké Doll, simply known as "Plush" in-game, makes an appearance in PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond as a gift item found inside crates. It can be given to Pokémon to make them happier, or can be used to distract certain Pokémon from running away. Instead of Clefairy, these Dolls represent Cleffa, but were also translated to English as Poké Doll (Japanese: ピィにんぎょう Py Doll).

In the anime

A Poké Doll in the anime

A Poké Doll belonging to Lillie first appeared in Lulled to La-La Land! and made brief reappearances from Now You See Them, Now You Don't! to Family Determination!. Lillie used the Poké Doll in Rescuing the Unwilling! to remind Lusamine's Clefable of the good times they had together, allowing it to break free from Nihilego's control.

In the manga

A Poké Doll in Pokémon Adventures
A Poké Doll in Pokémon Pocket Monsters

In the Pokémon Adventures manga

In A Hollow Victreebel, Red used a Poké Doll to escape from a group of Victreebel that were trying to eat him in the Safari Zone.

In the Pokémon Pocket Monsters manga

Clefairy used a Poké Doll as a substitute for himself in Part-Time Job At The Swimming Pool!!. Since then, it became Clefairy's signature item, mostly relying on it to decoy himself or flee from any battle.

In the TCG

Poké Doll
Main article: Clefairy Doll (Base Set 70)

The Poké Doll was introduced as a Trainer card in the Pokémon Trading Card Game during the English Original Series (the Japanese Original Era) in the Base Set expansion. The English language release of the card uses the English equivalent of the Japanese name, Clefairy Doll.

Play Clefairy Doll as if it were a Basic Pokémon. While in play, Clefairy Doll counts as a Pokémon (instead of a Trainer card). Clefairy Doll has no attacks, can't retreat, and can't be Asleep, Confused, Paralyzed, or Poisoned. If Clefairy Doll is Knocked Out, it doesn't count as a Knocked Out Pokémon. The player may discard Clefairy Doll at any time during their turn before their attack.

Trivia

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 皮皮玩偶 Pèihpèih Wuhnngáuh *
皮皮公仔 Pèihpèih Gūngjái *
Mandarin 皮皮玩偶 Pípí Wán'ǒu *
皮皮娃娃 Pípí Wáwá *
Denmark Flag.png Danish Pokédukka*
France Flag.png French Poké Poupée*
Poképoupée*
Germany Flag.png German Poképuppe
Italy Flag.png Italian Pokébambola
South Korea Flag.png Korean 삐삐인형 Ppippi Inhyeong
Poland Flag.png Polish Pokémaskotka
Brazil Flag.png Brazilian Portuguese Pokéboneco
Spain Flag.png Spanish Poké Muñeco
Sweden Flag.png Swedish Poké-docka*
Vietnam Flag.png Vietnamese Búp bê Pippi


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