This article is about the class of item. For the Generation II item named Berry, see Berry (item).
If you were looking for the character of the day in A Fork in the Road! A Parting of the Ways! with the Japanese name Berry, see Beatrice.
A basket filled with Berries; Tamato, Cheri, Nanab, Bluk, Aspear, Sitrus, and Oran are seen

Berries (Japanese: きのみ Tree Fruit) are small, juicy, fleshy fruit. As in the real world, a large variety exists in the Pokémon world, with a large range of flavors and effects. First found in the Generation II games, many Berries have since become critical held items in battle, where their various effects include HP and status condition restoration, stat enhancement, and even damage negation.

List of Berries

Generation II

Berries were introduced in Generation II to take advantage of the newly introduced held items feature. Pokémon do not know how to use held artificial healing items, such as Potions and Full Heals, but they can use held Berries. Many Berries in Generation II correspond to an artificial healing item.

In Pokémon Gold, Silver, and Crystal, there are a number of Berry trees across the Kanto and Johto regions. The player can harvest one Berry from each tree each day.

These Berries have only appeared in Generation II media, with a different set of Berries introduced in Generation III that are used in all subsequent media. However, the effects of the first ten Berries introduced in Generation III correspond to the effects of the Generation II Berries.

Name Effect
PSNCureBerry Cures poison.
PRZCureBerry Cures paralysis.
Burnt Berry Cures freeze.
Ice Berry Cures burn.
Bitter Berry Cures confusion.
Mint Berry Cures sleep.
MiracleBerry Cures any non-volatile status condition and confusion.
MysteryBerry Restores 5 PP.
Berry Restores 10 HP.
Gold Berry Restores 30 HP.

Generation III onwards

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In Generations III and IV, beyond the sprouting stages, all Berry plants have different sprites as they grew. In Generation VI, Berry plants only have unique sprites in their final, harvestable stage. In Pokémon X and Y, the sprites for the earlier stages differ based on the Berry's color, but in Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, the earlier stages use the same sprite for all Berries.

Gen. No. Spr. Name Effect(s) Gen. IV trees XY fruited ORAS fruited
III 01   Cheri Berry Cures paralysis.          
III 02   Chesto Berry Cures sleep.          
III 03   Pecha Berry Cures poison.          
III 04   Rawst Berry Cures burn.          
III 05   Aspear Berry Cures freeze.          
III 06   Leppa Berry Restores 10 PP.          
III 07   Oran Berry Restores 10 HP.          
III 08   Persim Berry Cures confusion.          
III 09   Lum Berry Cures any non-volatile status condition and confusion.          
III 10   Sitrus Berry Restores 30 HPGen. III/25% HPGen. IV+.          
III 11   Figy Berry Restores 12.5%Gen. III–VI/50%Gen. VII/33%Gen. VIII HP when HP falls below 50%Gen. III–VI/25%Gen. V+, but confuses Pokémon that dislike spicy food.          
III 12   Wiki Berry Restores 12.5%Gen. III–VI/50%Gen. VII/33%Gen. VIII HP when HP falls below 50%Gen. III–VI/25%Gen. V+, but confuses Pokémon that dislike dry food.          
III 13   Mago Berry Restores 12.5%Gen. III–VI/50%Gen. VII/33%Gen. VIII HP when HP falls below 50%Gen. III–VI/25%Gen. V+, but confuses Pokémon that dislike sweet food.          
III 14   Aguav Berry Restores 12.5%Gen. III–VI/50%Gen. VII/33%Gen. VIII HP when HP falls below 50%Gen. III–VI/25%Gen. V+, but confuses Pokémon that dislike bitter food.          
III 15   Iapapa Berry Restores 12.5%Gen. III–VI/50%Gen. VII/33%Gen. VIII HP when HP falls below 50%Gen. III–VI/25%Gen. V+, but confuses Pokémon that dislike sour food.          
III 16   Razz Berry Makes wild Pokémon easier to capture.PE          
III 17   Bluk Berry          
III 18   Nanab Berry Makes wild Pokémon move less.PE          
III 19   Wepear Berry          
III 20   Pinap Berry Makes wild Pokémon more likely to drop items.PE          
III 21   Pomeg Berry Lowers HP EVs, raises friendshipE, Gen. IV+.          
III 22   Kelpsy Berry Lowers Attack EVs, raises friendshipE, Gen. IV+.          
III 23   Qualot Berry Lowers Defense EVs, raises friendshipE, Gen. IV+.          
III 24   Hondew Berry Lowers Special Attack EVs, raises friendshipE, Gen. IV+.          
III 25   Grepa Berry Lowers Special Defense EVs, raises friendshipE, Gen. IV+.          
III 26   Tamato Berry Lowers Speed EVs, raises friendshipE, Gen. IV+.          
III 27   Cornn Berry          
III 28   Magost Berry          
III 29   Rabuta Berry          
III 30   Nomel Berry          
III 31   Spelon Berry          
III 32   Pamtre Berry          
III 33   Watmel Berry          
III 34   Durin Berry          
III 35   Belue Berry          
IV 36   Occa Berry Halves damage taken from a super effective Fire-type move.          
IV 37   Passho Berry Halves damage taken from a super effective Water-type move.          
IV 38   Wacan Berry Halves damage taken from a super effective Electric-type move.          
IV 39   Rindo Berry Halves damage taken from a super effective Grass-type move.          
IV 40   Yache Berry Halves damage taken from a super effective Ice-type move.          
IV 41   Chople Berry Halves damage taken from a super effective Fighting-type move.          
IV 42   Kebia Berry Halves damage taken from a super effective Poison-type move.          
IV 43   Shuca Berry Halves damage taken from a super effective Ground-type move.          
IV 44   Coba Berry Halves damage taken from a super effective Flying-type move.          
IV 45   Payapa Berry Halves damage taken from a super effective Psychic-type move.          
IV 46   Tanga Berry Halves damage taken from a super effective Bug-type move.          
IV 47   Charti Berry Halves damage taken from a super effective Rock-type move.          
IV 48   Kasib Berry Halves damage taken from a super effective Ghost-type move.          
IV 49   Haban Berry Halves damage taken from a super effective Dragon-type move.          
IV 50   Colbur Berry Halves damage taken from a super effective Dark-type move.          
IV 51   Babiri Berry Halves damage taken from a super effective Steel-type move.          
IV 52   Chilan Berry Halves damage taken from a Normal-type move.          
III 53*   Liechi Berry Raises Attack when HP falls below 25%.          
III 54*   Ganlon Berry Raises Defense when HP falls below 25%.          
III 55*   Salac Berry Raises Speed when HP falls below 25%.          
III 56*   Petaya Berry Raises Special Attack when HP falls below 25%.          
III 57*   Apicot Berry Raises Special Defense when HP falls below 25%.          
III 58*   Lansat Berry Raises critical hit ratio when HP falls below 25%.          
III 59*   Starf Berry Sharply raises a random stat when HP falls below 25%.          
III 60*   Enigma Berry —(placeholder for e-Reader Berries)RS.
Restores 25% HP when hit with a super effective moveGen. IV+.
         
IV 61   Micle Berry Raises accuracy of next move to 100%Gen. IV/by 20%Gen. V+ when HP falls below 25%.          
IV 62   Custap Berry Causes next move to go first in its priority bracket when HP falls below 25%.          
IV 63   Jaboca Berry Damages attacker for 12.5% HP when hit with a physical move.          
IV 64   Rowap Berry Damages attacker for 12.5% HP when hit with a special move.          
VI   Roseli Berry Halves damage taken from a super effective Fairy-type move.
VI   Kee Berry Raises Defense when hit with a physical move.
VI   Maranga Berry Raises Special Defense when hit with a special move.

e-Reader Berries

These Berries are exclusive to Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire. To obtain these Berries, the player must scan a specific e-Reader card into their Ruby or Sapphire game. A game can only contain data for a single e-Reader Berry at a time—if data for a new e-Reader Berry is sent to the game, all instances of the old Berry (regardless of location) will be replaced by the new one. If the player does not already have an e-Reader Berry in their game, the Berry is received from Norman at the Petalburg Gym.

These Berries cannot be stolen by Thief or Covet, or exchanged by Trick; however, they can be removed by Knock Off. In battle dialogue, they are identified only as "ENIGMA BERRY" (rather than their individual name).

The player cannot enter the Cable Club Trade Center if a Pokémon in their party is holding one these Berries. A Pokémon holding one of these Berries cannot be traded to Pokémon Colosseum or Pokémon XD, and cannot be sent to Pokémon Box: Ruby & Sapphire. If a Pokémon holding one of these Berries is migrated to Pal Park, the berry becomes an Enigma Berry.

Series 1
No. Spr. Name Effect
43   Pumkin Berry Cures freeze.
43   Drash Berry Cures poison.
43   Eggant Berry Cures infatuation
43   Strib Berry
43   Chilan Berry
43   Nutpea Berry
Series 2

The e-Reader cards for these Berries were only released in Japan. The names used are transliterated from the Japanese names.

No. Spr. Name Effect
43   Ginema Berry Raises a lowered stat.
43   Kuo Berry
43   Yago Berry Cures burn.
43   Touga Berry Cures confusion.
43   Niniku Berry
43   Topo Berry

In different generations

Generation II

When Berries were first introduced in Generation II, their implementation was relatively basic. There are only 10 different Berries, which are mainly designed to allow Pokémon to heal themselves when held. There is a limited number of trees scattered across the Kanto and Johto regions, each one only giving out one Berry per day. Some wild Pokémon can also hold Berries, and Berries can also be won as prizes in certain competitions.

In Generation II, Apricorns have several similarities to Berries, such as maturity time and availability.

Generation III

 
Oran and Pecha Berries artwork

The Berry system was completely overhauled in Generation III. There are a total of 43 different Berries (counting all of the e-Reader Berries as one). These new Berries have an explicit numerical order. In the same way most Pokémon resemble real-world animals, these Berries typically resemble real-world fruit (though not all fruit represented are berries in real life, either botanically or in common parlance). Descriptive tags detail some of their traits, much like a Pokédex entry, which are often shared with their real-world counterparts.

About half of the new Berries have some effect when held by a Pokémon. The first ten of the new Berries are derived from the Generation II Berries, allowing Pokémon to heal themselves. The next five Berries can also heal Pokémon, but they have the potential to confuse the healed Pokémon. Seven of the last Berries have effects similar to battle items such as X Attack. The remainder of the Berries have no effect when held.

The Berries with held effects can also be fed to Pokémon outside of battle. All other Berries have no effect in most Generation III games. However, in Pokémon Emerald, six Berries were given a new effect when fed to a Pokémon: the Pomeg, Kelpsy, Qualot, Hondew, Grepa, and Tamato Berries would lower one of a Pokémon's effort values (depending on the Berry) and raise its friendship.

Whereas all Berry trees in Generation II were on the same, unflexible schedule and in fixed locations, in Generation III, it is possible to plant any Berry in any place where there is an open patch of soft soil. The growth time of a Berry depends on the Berry (ranging from four hours to four days), though Berries can generally be grouped into sets with similar growth times, yields, flavor profiles, and effects. The player can also care for the Berry plant by watering it with the Wailmer Pail, which can increase the plant's final yield.

In Generation III, soft soil only exists in Hoenn and is not found in the Kanto or Orre regions. However, in Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen, many varieties of Berries can be obtained through Pickup or in the Sevii Islands' Berry Forest, where certain Berries regularly fall off trees, functioning as regenerating hidden items.

Growth and care

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Berries have four stages of maturity which advance at quarters of the plant's full maturity time. In general, plants must be watered at least once per stage in order to achieve the maximum yield. When a plant is fully grown, the player has an amount of time equal to the full growth time of the plant to pick the Berry; after this time, the plant will return to its sprouting stage. This regrowth can occur up to 9 times (for a total of 10 plantings) before the plant is permanently lost.

Yield

If a Berry plant is not watered at all during its growth, it will always bear its minimum number of Berries. Otherwise, the number of Berries produced is calculated using the following formula:

 

  • Yieldmax and Yieldmin are the maximum and minimum number of Berries that can appear on the plant, respectively
  • Yieldrange is difference between Yieldmax and Yieldmin, i.e. it is equal to  
  • rand is an integer randomly chosen between 0 and  , inclusive
  • water is the number of growth stages during which the plant was watered

Depending on the Berry, the difference between a Berry's maximum and minimum yield can be anywhere from 1 to 4. There are a total of 4 stages a Berry can be watered in, so the maximum possible value of water is 4.

For a fully watered plant (i.e. water equals 4), the yield will only be the maximum yield if rand equals   (its maximum value). If rand is equal to Yieldrange, then the formula can be evaluated as follows:

 

If rand were to be any smaller, the numerator would be less than  , so the integer division would evaluate to a value less than Yieldmax. Consequently, since rand has   possible values, there is a   chance of a fully-watered Berry plant having its maximum yield.

Stages

After they are planted in soft soil, all Berries have four stages of growth before reaching their final, harvestable stage. Each stage of growth lasts a quarter of the Berry's full growth time. When the player interacts with a Berry plant, a message will display describing the Berry's current stage of growth.

The table below is based on a Lum Berry.

Tree Time Message
  00:00–11:59 One Lum Berry was planted here.
  12:00–23:59 Lum has sprouted.
  24:00–35:59 This Lum plant is growing taller.
  36:00–47:59 These Lum flowers are blooming cutely/prettily/very beautifully.
  48:00–96:00 There are <number> Lum Berries!

Indirect uses

In Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald, all Berries can be used to make Pokéblocks for Pokémon Contests. The effect that each Berry will have on the final Pokéblock differs depending on the Berry.

In Pokémon FireRed, LeafGreen, and Emerald, Berries can be ground up into Berry Powder, which can be exchanged for herbal medicine or vitamins in Cerulean City or Slateport City.

Generation IV

 
A Berry Pot with a Leppa plant growing inside

Generation IV added 21 new Berries to those from Generation III, for a total of 64 Berries. The majority of the new Berries can be held by Pokémon to reduce damage from attacks of different types; these 17 Berries were inserted between the Belue Berry (number 35) and the Liechi Berry (formerly number 36, newly number 53). The four remaining Berries were added at the end: two with more battle item-style effects, and two that damage the opponent when the Pokémon is hit by either special or physical attacks. These last four are exclusive to events. The variable e-Reader Berries were also replaced with a single Berry: the Enigma Berry.

All Berries' growth stats were updated. Almost all Berries were given a greater maximum yield, and many had their growth times changed. Many Berries also received edits to their tree styles, with different palettes used to give the previously identical trees (such as Razz and Bluk) different appearance.

Berry care was also updated. Soil moisture is now a gradient, with soil steadily losing moisture every hour. Mulches are also introduced that can be added to soft soil before planting a Berry to affect how the Berry plant grows.

In Pokémon Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum, soft soil can be found in various places around Sinnoh. The Berry Searcher app of the Pokétch can be used to keep track of where mature Berry trees are located in any areas already visited. In Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver, however, no soft soil exists in the overworld; instead, the Key Item Berry Pots have four portable patches of soft soil, so that the player may carry their Berry trees with them anywhere.

Growth and care

 
The left three plants (Razz, Bluk, and Nanab) have, in order: very dry soil, dry soil, and moist soil. They have been unwatered for 4, 2, and 0 hours

In Generation IV, the longer a plant is left with completely dry soil, the lower its final yield will be. A Berry plant must be watered regularly in order to achieve its maximum yield. This varies depending on the Berry and its moisture drain rate.

Using Growth Mulch or Damp Mulch before planting a Berry will affect the plant's total growth time and its moisture drain rate. Using Growth Mulch will increase the plant's moisture drain rate by 50% (rounded down), but shorten its growth time to 75% of the normal time. Using Damp Mulch will decrease the plant's moisture drain rate by 50% (rounded down), but lengthen its growth time to 150% of the normal time. Note that a higher moisture drain rate means that the plant will dry out faster, necessitating more frequent watering.

As with Generation III, when a plant is fully grown, the player has an amount of time equal to the full growth time of the plant to pick the Berry; after this time, the plant will return to its sprouting stage. This regrowth can occur up to 9 times (for a total of 10 plantings) before the plant is permanently lost. If Stable Mulch was used before the Berry was planted, the Berry will remain harvestable for 50% longer. If Gooey Mulch was used before the Berry was planted, the plant will regrow 14 times (for a total of 15) before being permanently lost.

Yield

A Berry plant starts with its maximum yield. Each individual plant has its own moisture rating that ranges from 0 to 100. When a Berry is planted—either by the player or by regrowing from a previous plant—its moisture rating starts off at 100. Every 60 minutes later, the moisture rating drops by the moisture drain rate of the planted Berry, to a minimum of 0. If the moisture rating is already 0 when moisture would be deducted, the plant's final yield is decreased by one-fifth of the Berry's maximum yield instead, to a minimum of 2. The moisture rating is reset to 100 whenever the player waters the plant; however, this does not reset the time until the plant next loses moisture (for example, a Berry that is watered 59 minutes after it was first planted will still lose moisture 1 minute later). The plant's moisture rating is indicated visually by the color of the soil it is planted in: from 51 to 100, the soil is dark; from 1 to 50, the soil is orange; at 0, the soil appears gray.

Below is a list of Berries and their moisture drain rate (with no Mulch used).

Berries Drain rate
Liechi, Ganlon, Salac, Petaya, Apicot, Lansat, Starf 4
Occa, Passho, Wacan, Rindo, Yache, Chople, Kebia, Shuca, Coba, Payapa, Tanga, Charti, Kasib, Haban, Colbur, Babiri, Chilan 6
Sitrus, Enigma, Micle, Custap, Jaboca, Rowap 7
Lum, Pomeg, Kelpsy, Qualot, Hondew, Grepa, Tamato, Spelon, Pamtre, Watmel, Durin, Belue 8
Figy, Wiki, Mago, Aguav, Iapapa, Cornn, Magost, Rabuta, Nomel 10
Cheri, Chesto, Pecha, Rawst, Aspear, Leppa, Oran, Persim 15
Razz, Bluk, Nanab, Wepear, Pinap 35
Stages

After they are planted in soft soil, all Berries have four stages of growth before reaching their final, harvestable stage. Each stage of growth lasts a quarter of the Berry's full growth time. When the player interacts with a Berry plant, a message will display describing the Berry's current stage of growth.

The table below is based on a Lum Berry with no Mulch used.

Tree Time Message
  00:00–11:59 A Lum Berry was planted here.
  12:00–23:59 The Lum Berry has sprouted.
  24:00–35:59 The Lum Berry plant is growing bigger.
  36:00–47:59 This Lum Berry plant is in bloom!
  48:00–96:00 There are <number> Lum Berries!

Indirect uses

In Pokémon Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum, all Berries can be used to make Poffins for Pokémon Super Contests. The effect that each Berry will have on the final Poffin differs depending on the Berry. Berries can also be traded for Accessories at the Pick a Peck of Colors Flower Shop in Floaroma Town.

Generation V

 
Mew visiting the Dream World Garden, where a blooming Sitrus tree can be spotted

Generation V introduced no significant changes with Berries themselves. On the other hand, it completely removed the player's ability to plant and grow Berries in Unova. Instead of caring for Berries within the games, players were able to plant Berries online, in the Pokémon Dream World, which has since closed down.

Berries can be obtained from some wild Pokémon (like Minccino), from certain NPCs and Trainers (such as Pokémon Rangers), or from Florist shops at Join Avenue in Black 2 and White 2.

Whereas Berries previously had "tag" information and explicit numbering, in Generation V, these features are removed.

If the Bag is sorted, it uses the same order as in Generation IV except that all Berries that do not serve a purpose except to be sold are moved to the end of the list, after Rowap.

Growth and care

Players were able to plant Berries in the Dream World using the garden found in the area to the left of their Dream World home. Berries took 50% longer to grow in the Dream World compared to their growth rates in Generation IV. Two rows were initially available for players to plant Berries in, with each row containing spaces for three Berries. As the player accumulated Dream Points Diglett would show up to expand the garden by plowing a new row (starting with a third row added at 900 points), up to a maximum of ten rows.

As with Generation IV, the Berry plots required watering or they would dry out; a player could water their own Berries as often as needed (any time the garden soil is not described as "very moist"), and when visiting another player's home could water their Berries as well (up to 20 times for each voyage to the Dream World). This process of growing Berries in concentrated patches made growing and cultivating more efficient as a counterbalance to the slower growth rate. Berry plants never died and resprouted in the Dream World—they remained in their fruit-bearing stage until the Berries were picked.

Indirect uses

Berries may be sold to an item maniac on Route 5 for various amounts, depending on the kind of Berry.

Within the Pokémon Dream World, combinations of Berries could be traded for Décor.

Generation VI

Generation VI added three new Berries. One is a new damage-reducing Berry for the new Fairy type. The other two raise one of the user's defenses if they are hit with an attack, depending on its category (physical or special).

The care mechanics and growth stats of Berries were also changed in Generation VI, but these differ greatly between Pokémon X and Y and Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire.

Pokémon X and Y

In Pokémon X and Y, Berries can only be grown in the Berry fields located just south of Route 7. The field contains six rows with six plots each, allowing the player to cultivate a large number of Berry plants at once. It also contains two composters, into which the player can insert combinations of three Berries to acquire Mulches that affect Berry growth. These Mulches are completely different from the Mulches in Generation IV, affecting either yield or the chance of mutations.

Several new mechanics were introduced to Berry care. Weeds and pest Pokémon can appear on planted Berries, and caring for them will contribute to a plant's final yield. Mutations may also occur if specific Berries are planted next to each other, resulting in one plant bearing two different types of Berries. Berries also have six stages of growth before reaching their final, harvestable stage.

Growth times have also been changed for most Berries, so that all growth times now fall in some multiple of 24 hours. Most Berry yields were also increased significantly.

Berries themselves can be acquired from large Berry trees growing along the various Kalos routes, from certain NPCs, and from natural objects. The large Berry trees will drop a new Berry for the player to pick up seven days after the last Berry was picked up. Berries with no in-game effect (Razz to Pinap, and Cornn to Belue) can only be obtained by trading with Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire.

If the Bag is sorted, it uses the same order as in Generation V with the three new Berries (Roseli, Kee, and Maranga) at the end of the list, after the Berries that can only be obtained by trading with Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire.

Growth and care

In Pokémon X and Y, a Berry's final yield depends on how often the player tended the Berry plant and how. These ways include weeding the plant, removing pests, and watering it.

Every 2 hours after a Berry is planted, weeds may appear around it. Once a Berry grows past its seedling stage, pests may also appear on the plant every 2 hours (as indicated by the plant shaking). Weeds and pests may appear on the same plant (at the same time, even), but more weeds or pests will never appear until the previous ones are removed. Removing weeds and pests from a plant increases its final yield.

Watering also increases a plant's final yield. Soil is either moist or dry, with no point in between. All Berries dry out in the same time if the same Mulch is used on them. With no Mulch, Rich Mulch, or Surprise Mulch, the drying time is 24 hours, while with Boost Mulch or Amaze Mulch it is 4 hours.

The number of buds or blossoms that appear on a plant give an indication of its yield; depending on the care the plant receives, that number may change. By default, the number of buds or blossoms is odd, but if there is a mutation, an extra bud will appear, making the number even. A plant with 5 or 6 buds will yield at least 3/5 of its maximum yield (not counting mutated Berries), while a plant with 3 or 4 buds will yield less.

Yield

A Berry's final yield depends on four essential factors:

  • Base yield, made up of:
    • The Berry's minimum yield (when it is not watered or cared for)
    • +2 if the player used Rich Mulch
  • Watering: the number of times the player waters the plant, multiplied by the Berry's watering value.
  • Weeding: the number of times the player weeds the plant, multiplied by the Berry's weeding value.
  • Pest removal: the number of times the player removes pests from the plant, multiplied by the Berry's pest removal value.

The sum of these values determines the plant's yield when it is harvested (limited by the Berry's maximum yield). If a mutation is present, a single Berry of the mutation will also be harvested.

Since Boost and Amaze Mulch shorten a plant's drying time, they allow the player to water the plant more often, thereby making it easier to achieve higher yields.

The following table summarizes the watering, weeding, and pest removal values, yield and growth time for all Generation VI Berries.

Berries Watering Weeding Pests Yield Time
Cheri, Chesto, Rawst, Aspear, Persim 1 1 3 4–15 24h
Pecha, Oran 1 2 3 4–15 24h
Leppa 1.5 1.5 3 4–15 24h
Lum, Sitrus 1.2 0.5 3 3–20 48h
Figy, Wiki, Mago, Aguav, Iapapa 1.5 1 3 3–15 24h
Pomeg, Kelpsy, Qualot, Hondew, Grepa, Tamato 0.5 1.5 3 1–20 48h
Occa, Passho, Wacan, Rindo, Yache, Chople, Kebia, Shuca, Coba, Payapa, Tanga, Charti, Kasib, Haban, Colbur, Babiri, Chilan, Roseli 1 0.5 2 3–20 48h
Liechi, Ganlon, Salac, Petaya, Apicot, Kee, Maranga 0.2 0.1 1 1–10 96h
Lansat, Starf 0.1 0.1 0.5 1–5 120h
Enigma, Micle, Custap, Jaboca, Rowap 0.2 0.1 0.2 1–5 72h
Razz, Bluk, Nanab, Wepear, Pinap, Cornn, Magost, Rabuta, Nomel, Spelon, Pamtre, Watmel, Durin, Belue 1 1 3 3–15 24h
Stages

Berries now have six stages of growth before they reach their final, harvestable stage. Each stage of growth lasts one-sixth of the Berry's total growth time.

The table below is based on an Oran Berry, which grows in 24 hours.

Tree Time Message
00:00–03:59 This is where you planted the Oran Berry!
04:00–07:59 The Oran is sprouting!
08:00–11:59 The Oran's seedling is growing well!
12:00–15:59 The Oran's trunk is getting bigger!
16:00–19:59 The Oran tree has buds!
20:00–23:59 The Oran tree is in bloom!
24:00+ The Oran Berry tree has <number> Berries!

If the Berry tree includes a mutated Berry in its final stage, the message will instead say:

"The tree also has a Berry crop caused by a sudden mutation! They are:
<Planted> Berries: <X>
<Mutation> Berries: <Y>"

If any Berry plant is left untouched for approximately a month after it has fully matured (D days from its planting, where D is the number of days in the month it was planted in), it will become withered, but examining the plant will reveal a new sprout beneath it.

Indirect uses

All Berries can be used to make Berry Juices at the Juice Shoppe in Lumiose City.

Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire

In Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, soft soil appears all around Hoenn again, in the same locations that it did in Generation III, but in some cases the number of plots available is more or less.

In stark contrast to X and Y, the Berry care mechanics in Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire return to bare basics. Watering is the only way to care for a Berry plant, and soil is either fully moist or fully dry. Berries also have four stages of growth before reaching their final, harvestable stage. Mulch cannot be used due to its unsuitability for Hoenn soil.

Growth times and yields also change. Yields are slightly different compared to X and Y, while the growth times of most Berries are either 16 or 32 hours. The AreaNav can be used to keep track of Berry trees in Hoenn. It keeps track of what Berries were planted, where and how long they've been growing, and whether they are ready for harvest.

If the Bag is sorted, it uses the same order as in Generation IV with the three new Berries (Roseli, Kee, and Maranga) at the end of the list, slotting the Berries that can only be used to make Pokéblocks back into their original order.

Growth and care

A Berry's yield depends entirely on how many times it was watered. A Berry's yield increases by a set amount every time it is watered, and soil dries out four hours after it is watered. Generally, a Berry's yield can be calculated by:

 

where max and min are the Berry's maximum and minimum yield, time is the Berry's total growth time in hours, and water is the number of times the plant was watered.

A few Berries are exceptions to the above formula, however. Liechi, Ganlon, Salac, Petaya, Apicot, Kee, and Maranga Berries have the same yield if they are watered 11 or 12 times, which throws off part of the formula's assumption; this can be fixed by using max + 1 instead of just max in the formula, though the yield will still be limited by max.

Here are the yields and growth times for all the berries:

Berries Watering Yield Time
Cheri, Chesto, Pecha, Rawst, Aspear, Oran, Persim 4 4–20 16h
Leppa 5 2–22 16h
Lum 2 2–18 32h
Sitrus 3 3–27 32h
Figy, Wiki, Mago, Aguav, Iapapa 3 3–15 16h
Razz, Bluk, Nanab, Wepear, Pinap 4 4–20 16h
Pomeg, Kelpsy, Qualot, Hondew, Grepa, Tamato 3 2–26 32h
Cornn, Magost, Rabuta, Nomel, Spelon, Pamtre, Watmel, Durin, Belue 3 3–15 16h
Occa, Passho, Wacan, Rindo, Yache, Chople, Kebia, Shuca, Coba, Payapa, Tanga, Charti, Kasib, Haban, Colbur, Babiri, Chilan, Roseli 1 2–10 32h
Liechi, Ganlon, Salac, Petaya, Apicot, Kee, Maranga 1 2–13 48h
Lansat, Starf 0.5 1–7 48h
Enigma, Micle, Custap, Jaboca, Rowap 1 1–13 48h
Stages

The table below is based on an Oran Berry.

Tree Time Message
00:00–03:59 This is where you planted the Oran Berry!
04:00–07:59 The Oran is sprouting!
08:00–11:59 The Oran's trunk is getting bigger!
12:00–15:59 The Oran tree is in bloom!
16:00+ The Oran Berry tree has <number> Berries!

A Berry plant that is still unharvested when 30 days and 16 hours have passed since its planting may replant itself. If the game is being played when this point is reached, then the plant replants itself immediately. Otherwise, the plant does not replant itself until the game is next loaded.

Indirect uses

All Berries can be used to make Pokéblocks for Pokémon Contest Spectaculars.

Generation VII

Generation VII introduced no new Berries. In Alola, Berries can only be grown on Poké Pelago's Isle Aplenny. Growth mechanics are stripped down even further from Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, leaving the player no direct way to interact with Berries once they are planted.

Most Berries that do not have a use when used or held cannot be found in Alola; the exceptions are the Bluk and Pinap Berries.

Somewhat similar to Kalos, many routes have Berry trees that drop Berries, but the trees in Alola can drop multiple types of Berries, which accumulate in a Berry pile under the tree which the player can gather daily.

Growth and care

On Isle Aplenny, the player may plant Berries in 6 to 18 plots of soft soil, depending on the island's development phase. Once a Berry is planted, it is in the care of the player's Pokémon and the player cannot directly interact with it. The only ways the player can affect their growth are by developing Isle Aplenny to increase planted Berries' yield and by adding Poké Beans to the island's Bean crate to double the Berries' growth rate for a period of time. As Isle Aplenny is developed, most Berries' yields double in the second phase and triple in the third when compared to the first phase, or roughly approximate the same result.

If the player selects a Pokémon on Isle Aplenny, Mohn will comment on how well it tends the Berries on the island. This comment correlates to the Pokémon's Nature. While some comments, such as "<Pokémon> keeps on trying all the Berries!", sound like they may be detrimental, they have no actual bearing on Berries' yields.

All Berries have growth times of either 24, 48, or 72 hours. Yields range from 2–4 Berries at the lowest (depending on Isle Aplenny's development phase) to 5–15 Berries at the highest.

Stages

In Pokémon Sun and Moon, Berries now have four stages of growth before they reach their final, harvestable stage. Unlike in previous games, rather than stages lasting a fixed proportion of each Berry's growth time, in Pokémon Sun and Moon, only the first stage of growth is variable, with the later stages all proceeding at exactly the same rate for all Berries.

Tree Time remaining Message
[initial]–18:00 You've planted a Berry here. It'll be quite a while until you can harvest the Berries.
17:59–12:00 Your Berry is sprouting. It'll be quite a while until you can harvest Berries.
11:59–04:00 Your Berry tree is growing, but it'll be a while until you can harvest Berries.
03:59–0:01 Your Berry tree is growing quite a bit. You'll be able to harvest Berries pretty soon.
0:00 Your tree is bearing Berries. You can harvest them now!

The message for the final stage can only be seen if the player is already viewing a Berry's progress screen when it becomes harvestable.

Indirect uses

Most Berries can be used to dye white fashion items different colors at Festival Plaza dye houses.

Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!

In Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!, Berries are primarily used in wild Pokémon encounters, similar to their role in Pokémon GO. They can also be fed to the player's partner Pokémon. Like in Pokémon GO, there are only three species of berries available: Razz, Nanab, and Pinap Berries. Each of them also have three possible variants: regular, silver and golden.

Berries are most commonly earned as rewards upon capturing Pokémon. They can also be obtained from walking Pokémon near bushes and repeatedly from spots containing hidden items.

Spr. Name Sell price Description
  Razz Berry  100 A Berry that makes it slightly easier to catch Pokémon when given to them.
  Nanab Berry  100 A Berry that calms wild Pokémon you’re trying to catch slightly when given to them.
  Pinap Berry  100 A Berry that makes you slightly more likely to get an item when it’s given to Pokémon you’re trying to catch.
  Silver Razz Berry  500 A Berry that makes it easier to catch Pokémon when given to them.
  Silver Nanab Berry  500 A Berry that calms wild Pokémon you’re trying to catch when given to them.
  Silver Pinap Berry  500 A Berry that makes you more likely to get an item when given to Pokémon you’re trying to catch.
  Golden Razz Berry  2500 A Berry that makes it drastically easier to catch Pokémon when given to them.
  Golden Nanab Berry  2500 A Berry that calms wild Pokémon you’re trying to catch drastically when given to them.
  Golden Pinap Berry  2500 A Berry that makes you drastically more likely to get an item when given to Pokémon you’re trying to catch.

Generation VIII

 
A tree where Pokémon hoard their food from Sword and Shield

The growth mechanic has been removed completely. Instead, the player recieves berries by shaking trees where Pokémon hoard their food (called "berry trees" prior to version 1.2.0) found on certain routes and in Wild Areas. Each tree has various possible berries that can be collected from it. Leftovers can also be received from some trees, and Apricorns are collected from the same trees as berries in the Isle of Armor. Players can also get berries by doing Max Raid Battles.

Indirect uses

All berries can be used to make curry while camping. The berries added determine the flavor of the curry, and the rarity and number of berries and key ingredient, along with how well the cooking minigame is performed, determines the curry's quality. Up to 10 Berries can be used in one curry by each player. The amount friendship will increase upon eating the curry also depends on how many Berries were used and the rarity of the Berries used.

Rarity Berries
1 Cheri, Chesto, Pecha, Rawst, Aspear, Leppa, Oran, Persim
2 Lum, Sitrus, Figy, Wiki, Mago, Aguav, Iapapa
3 Pomeg, Kelpsy, Qualot, Hondew, Grepa, Tamato
5 Occa, Passho, Wacan, Rindo, Yache, Chople, Kebia, Shuca, Coba, Payapa, Tanga, Charti, Kasib, Haban, Colbur, Babiri, Chilan, Roseli
10 Liechi, Ganlon, Salac, Petaya, Apicot, Kee, Maranga
15 Lansat
20 Enigma, Micle, Custap, Jaboca, Rowap
30 Starf

List of moves and Abilities affecting Berries

Berries can be affected by the following moves and Abilities. For moves and Abilities that affect held items in general, see Held item#List of Abilities and moves affecting held items.

Moves

Move Type Category Pow. Acc. Notes
Belch Poison Special 120 90% The move cannot be used unless the user has previously eaten a Berry in the current battle
Bug Bite Bug Physical 60 100% The user will eat the target's Berry and gain its effect
Covet Normal Physical 60 100% Steals the target's held item
Cannot steal e-Reader Berries
Embargo Dark Status 100% The target's held item has its effects negated for five turns
Berries taken with Bug Bite or Pluck will consume the target's held Berry without gaining its effects
Fling Dark Physical Varies 100% Will have a power of 10 when using a Berry
If Fling hits the target with a Berry, that Berry will activate (even if its usual trigger condition is not satisfied)
G-Max Replenish Normal Varies Varies —% Exclusive G-Max Move of Gigantamax Snorlax
Inflicts damage and has a 50% chance of restoring any Berries consumed by the user or its allies
Heal Block Psychic Status 100% Restricts the targets from healing in certain ways for five turns
Affected Pokémon will not consume held HP-restoring Berries*
If an affected Pokémon consumes an HP-restoring Berry via Fling, Bug Bite, or Pluck, it will not have its HP restored
Incinerate Fire Special 60 100% Destroys any Berries held by the target
Magic Room Psychic Status —% Suppresses the effect of all items held by the Pokémon on the field for five turns
Berries taken with Bug Bite or Pluck will consume the target's held Berry while still gaining its effects
Natural Gift Normal Physical Varies 100% Inflicts damage and consumes the held Berry. Power and type vary depending on the user's held Berry
Pluck Flying Physical 60 100% The user will eat the target's Berry and gain its effect
Stuff Cheeks Normal Status —% The user eats its held Berry and raises its Defense stat by two stages
Teatime Normal Status —% Causes all Pokémon on the field to eat their held Berry
Thief Dark Physical 60 100% Steals the target's held item
Cannot steal e-Reader Berries

Abilities

Gen. Ability Description
VIII As One Prevents the opposing Pokémon from eating Berries.
VI Cheek Pouch The Pokémon heals a third of its HP after eating a Berry.
IV Gluttony The Pokémon eats held Berries that would normally be eaten at 25% HP or lower at 50% HP or lower instead.
V Harvest May restore an eaten Berry at the end of a turn.
III Pickup May obtain a held item after a battle.
Can pick up Berries in FireRed, LeafGreen and Emerald.
VIII Ripen Ripens Berries and doubles their effect.
V Unnerve Prevents the opposing Pokémon from eating Berries.

In side games

Pokémon GO

Berries can be used in Pokémon GO to help in wild Pokémon encounters. Only one Berry can be in effect at a time, and a Berry's effect wears off after the wild Pokémon breaks out of a thrown Poké Ball.

Since June 22, 2017, Berries can also be fed to Pokémon stationed in Gyms to increase their motivation. Using a Golden Razz Berry will fully restore a Pokémon's motivation.

Image English name Japanese name Description
  Razz Berry ズリのみ
Zuri Fruit
Feed this to a Pokémon, and it will be easier to catch on your next throw.
  Nanab Berry ナナのみ
Nana Fruit
Feed this to a Pokémon to calm it down, making it less erratic.
  Pinap Berry パイルのみ
Pairu Fruit
Feed this to a Pokémon to make it drop more Candy.
  Golden Razz Berry きんのズリのみ
Gold Zuri Fruit
Feed this to a wild Pokémon to make it much easier to catch.
Feed this to a Pokémon on a Gym to fully restore its motivation.
  Silver Pinap Berry ぎんのパイルのみ
Silver Pairu Fruit
Feed this to a Pokémon to receive more Candy when you catch it and make it easier to catch.

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series

 
Artwork of Oran Berry from Super Mystery Dungeon

In the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series, Berries fill the same role as regular medicine does in the core games. Due to this, the Oran and Sitrus Berry have slightly different purposes.

Berries can be found in dungeons or bought from shops in all games in the series.

Lookalike Item

Main article: Lookalike Item → Oren Berry

There's a Lookalike Item for Oran Berry called Oren Berry that hurts the player 10 HP.

PokéPark series

In PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure, Berries are used as a form of currency to pay for Attractions or training. One can earn Berries by clearing Skill Games or by earning the Bonus in an Attraction. When found on the field, green Berries are worth 10, red Berries are worth 50, and golden Berries are worth 100. There also exists a Big Berry, which some Pokémon desire to eat. They will become friends with Pikachu if one is carried to them. One Pokémon that eats Big Berries is Munchlax.

Berries return as a form of currency in PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond, with minor changes. Attractions are now free, but now items can be bought and sold for Berries, and other Pokémon will give the player Berries upon befriending, often as a token for beating them in certain challenges. Pokémon can also be re-challenged after befriending them, and they will continue to give the player Berries provided the player continues to win. On the field, Green Berries are worth 1, Red Berries are worth 30, and Gold Berries are worth 100. Big Berries are replaced by Stinkberries, which displease most Pokémon (including the one carrying it), but Munchlax loves them.

Pokémon Battrio

Main article: Special Abilities (Battrio) → Berries

In the TCG

Berries were introduced in the Trading Card Game in the Neo Genesis expansion, released shortly after Pokémon Gold and Silver themselves. All of them are Pokémon Tools, a special subclass of Trainer card that may be attached to a Pokémon in play, much in the same way that items can be held by Pokémon in the games. Most of the TCG Berries are in fact Berries from the games; however, several of them are unique to the TCG.

There are also Basic Pokémon cards that have Berries as held items, which were introduced in the Mysterious Treasures expansion. These held items work in the same fashion as Poké-Bodies, in that the effect the item provides is active whenever the Pokémon is in play.

Berry cards
Cards listed with a blue background are only legal to use in the current Expanded format.
Cards listed with a silver background are legal to use in both the current Standard and Expanded formats.
Card Type English
Expansion
Rarity # Japanese
Expansion
Rarity #
Berry T [Tool] Neo Genesis   99/111 Gold, Silver, to a New World...    
      Unnumbered Promotional cards    
Gold Berry T [Tool] Neo Genesis   93/111 Gold, Silver, to a New World...    
Miracle Berry T [Tool] Neo Genesis   94/111 Gold, Silver, to a New World...    
      Unnumbered Promotional cards    
Balloon Berry T [Tool] Neo Revelation   60/64 Awakening Legends    
EX Dragon   82/97 Rulers of the Heavens   053/054
      Flygon Constructed Starter Deck   018/019
      Salamence Constructed Starter Deck   018/019
EX Deoxys   84/107 Rayquaza Constructed Starter Deck   015/015
Healing Berry T [Tool] Aquapolis   125/147 Wind from the Sea   081/087
Memory Berry T [Tool] Aquapolis   128/147 Wind from the Sea   080/087
EX Crystal Guardians   80/100 Miracle Crystal   069/075
Platinum   110/127 Galactic's Conquest   087/096
Lum Berry T [Tool] EX Ruby & Sapphire   84/109 Treecko Constructed Starter Deck   019/019
      Torchic Constructed Starter Deck   019/019
      Mudkip Constructed Starter Deck   019/019
EX Emerald   78/106      
Sword & Shield   168/202 Sword   058/060
Oran Berry T [Tool] EX Ruby & Sapphire   85/109 Expansion Pack   055/055
      ADV-P Promotional cards   043/ADV-P
EX Emerald   80/106 Side Deck   008/012
Fluffy Berry T [Tool] EX Unseen Forces   85/115 Golden Sky, Silvery Ocean   103/106
      Meganium Constructed Starter Deck   015/016
      Typhlosion Constructed Starter Deck   015/016
      Feraligatr Constructed Starter Deck   015/016
Sitrus Berry T [Tool] EX Unseen Forces   91/115 Golden Sky, Silvery Ocean   100/106
Sword & Shield   182/202 Shield   055/060
Pokémon cards with Berries as held items
Card Type English
Expansion
Rarity # Japanese
Expansion
Rarity #
Bidoof*   Mysterious Treasures   73/123 Secret of the Lakes    
Buizel*   Mysterious Treasures   75/123 Secret of the Lakes    
Shinx*   Mysterious Treasures   98/123 Secret of the Lakes    
Gible*   POP Series 6   7/17 DP-P Promotional cards   026/DP-P
Pikachu*   POP Series 6   9/17 DP-P Promotional cards   025/DP-P
Chimchar*   Majestic Dawn   57/100 PPP Promotional cards   002/PPP
      Shaymin LV.X Collection Pack   004/012
Piplup*   Majestic Dawn   72/100 PPP Promotional cards   003/PPP
      Mewtwo LV.X Collection Pack   002/012
Turtwig*   Majestic Dawn   78/100 PPP Promotional cards   001/PPP
      Regigigas LV.X Collection Pack   001/012
Darkrai*   DP Black Star Promos   DP24 DP-P Promotional cards   046/DP-P
 


In the anime

 
A pile of Berries on a hollowed tree

In the anime, while several ordinary fruits from the real world have and continue to be featured, Berries have appeared frequently as well, suggesting that the Berries are not the only fruit in the Pokémon world. There are also anime-exclusive Berries such as the Pinkan Berry, which can change a Pokémon's coloration completely to pink when regularly consumed, and the Rinka Berry, which is said to clear one's throat and restore the consumer's voice.

Additionally, some Berries have been shown to grow on a Pokémon's body. In The Lonely Snover!, a wild Snover gave Ash, Dawn, Brock, and their Pokémon some of the Berries growing around its belly. In the same episode, Ash's Grotle was shown to grow Berries on the trees on its back. Both of these Berries had no strange effects when consumed by humans or Pokémon.

Berries are typically used to make treats for Pokémon such as Pokéblocks, Poffins, and Poké Puffs, but they are also used to produce food consumed by humans. For instance, in Cooking up a Sweet Story!, Ash and his friends met an old lady named Abigail who uses Berries to make cakes, and in Double-Time Battle Training!, one of the sweets on Zoey's victory party was a Tamato Berry ice cream bar, a specialty in Zoey's hometown, Snowpoint City.

Berries have been used numerous times to produce medicine. As a Pokémon Breeder, Brock has a broad knowledge on Berries and their medicinal properties, often grinding them up with a mortar and pestle into powder to give to Pokémon afflicted with illnesses and status conditions. In Doc Brock!, he used an Oran Berry to treat Dawn's Pachirisu's fever. Also, just like in the games, Pokémon are allowed to eat Berries during battles. This can be seen in Rocking the Virbank Gym! Part 2, in which Roxie offered Ash's Pignite a Pecha Berry after he was badly poisoned by her Scolipede's Toxic attack.

Many characters of the day have been shown to plant and cultivate Berries, such as Natalie, Forsythia, and Lulu. These people are often assisted by Water- and Grass-type Pokémon. As seen in multiple episodes throughout the series, Pokémon living in the wild will often gather large amounts of Berries in their dens or hollowed trees. Fights sometimes break out over who owns the Berries, which usually necessitates intervention, as seen in The Forest Champion.

In Where's Armaldo?, it was revealed that Berry trees have existed since ancient times. A population of these ancient trees continue to grow on Wales Island, bearing fossil evidence that suggest the Berries were eaten by Anorith and Armaldo thousands of years ago.

In the manga

Pokémon Adventures

Gold, Silver & Crystal chapter

In Miltank Melee, Eusine gave a Miltank an unspecified Berry, which was able to cure a Pokémon from all types of sicknesses, so that he didn't have to pay for the damages to the farmers' roof.

Ruby & Sapphire chapter

From this chapter onward, the Berries featured were from the new Berry system introduced in Generation III. Courtney was capable of using the traits of the juices of specific Berries to her advantage.

Diamond & Pearl chapter

Diamond cooked Poffins with a blend of Berries that was deduced by one of the Super Contest judges. Jupiter was equipped with several different berries to feed her Tangrowth's Natural Gift. Lax had the tendency of carrying lots of Berries in its fur all of the time.

Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon chapter

Sun was tasked by Hala to deliver the "Mirage Berries" to each of the Guardian deities to appease them. Moon and Mallow were able to find the berries in the Lush Jungle, and one was later given to Tapu Lele. Afterwards Sun placed the others in packages for the other guardian deities. However, these packages were later lost by accident, so Sun was forced to start searching for new ones.

Artwork

In other languages

Main article: List of items in other languages → Berries
Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 樹果 Syuhgwó
Mandarin 樹果 / 树果 Shùguǒ *
木之果实 Mù-zhī Guǒshí *
  Danish Bær
  Dutch Bes
  Finnish Marja
  French Baie
  German Beere
  Italian Bacca
  Korean 나무열매 Namu Yeolmae
  Polish Jagoda*
Owoc*
Portuguese   Brazil Fruta *
Berry *
  Portugal Baga
  Russian Ягода Yagoda
  Spanish Baya
  Swedish Bär
  Vietnamese Quả


See also



Consumables: FoodGummisSeedsBerriesHealth drinks
Held items: GlassesScarvesRecruitment-affecting items
Miracle and Wonder ChestsSeven Treasures
Space GlobeIQ BoosterFlagsLooplets
Objects: Wonder OrbsThrowing itemsHMsUsed TMsTMsKeys
Link BoxGabite ScaleGracideaFriend GiftsDevices
EmerasProgress DevicesWandsDjinn's Bottle
Special: Rescue Team Starter SetToolboxExploration Team Kit
Treasure BagTreasure CollectionMystery Dungeon evolutionary items
Teleport GemColored WingsWish StoneMusic Box
Treasure BoxesMystery Part and Secret SlabExclusive items
Relic FragmentWonder EggLost LootSky Gift
Lookalike ItemsPrize TicketsGates to Infinity exclusive items
ManualsEntercardsLucha TokenConnection Orb


Items
Items Evolution stonesFossilsFlutesShardsHeld items
Evolution itemsEscape itemsExchangeable itemsValuable items
Battle itemsScentsNectarsCandy
Medicine Status condition healing itemsVitaminsFeathers
MintsDrinksHerbal medicine
Berries and Apricorns Poké BallsBerriesMulchApricorns
Aesthetic DecorationsAccessoriesBackdropsPropsDécor
Clothing (VIVIIVIII)
Others MailKey ItemsEvent items
Wonder Launcher itemsRotom Powers


Held items
In-battle effect items
BerriesColored orbsDrivesPower items
Experience-affecting itemsGemsIncenseMega StonesMemoriesPlates
Stat-enhancing itemsType-enhancing itemsZ-Crystals
Out-of-battle effect items
Power itemsIncenseMailScarves


  This article is part of both Project BerryDex and Project ItemDex, Bulbapedia projects that, together, aim to write comprehensive articles on each Berry and on all items in the Pokémon series.