Decoration

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A decoration (Japanese: グッズ Goods) is a type of item used to decorate the player's bedroom or Secret Base. They can be purchased in various locations in Hoenn during Generation III or in the Veilstone Department Store in Generation IV. Several people in the games, such as Lanette, also give them away.

In the Underground, some of the Hikers also offer them, though as with all transactions underground the currency used is spheres, not Pokémon Dollars.

Generation II decorations

Beds

A bed is a type of decoration exclusive to Pokémon Gold, Silver, and Crystal. There can only be one bed in a room at a time, and its location is fixed. Players can pick which bed is displayed by accessing the room's PC. There are four kinds of beds:

Carpets

Carpets are exclusive to Pokémon Gold, Silver, and Crystal. There are four kinds of carpets, all obtained via Mystery Gift:

  •   Blue Carpet
  •   Green Carpet
  •   Red Carpet
  •   Yellow Carpet

Game systems

A game system is a type of item exclusive to Pokémon Gold, Silver, and Crystal. There are four kinds of game systems, all obtained via Mystery Gift:

Plants

In the second generation of games, there are three types of plants available. All are obtained using Mystery Gift.

  •   Magnaplant
  •   Tropicplant
  •   Jumboplant

Pokémon dolls

In Generation II, sometimes the player character's mother will buy Pokémon dolls for his or her room with saved up money, but the most common way to receive them is with Mystery Gift.

Poster

At the start of the game, the room is furnished with a Town Map. However, by using Mystery Gift, players may receive one of the other three posters: a Clefairy Poster, a Jigglypuff Poster, or a Pikachu Poster, each of which has an image of the appropriate Pokémon. A room can only have one poster at a time, and its location is fixed. In the second generation of games, there are four kinds of posters:

Trophies

If a Pokémon earned as a reward for clearing Gym Leader Castle in Pokémon Stadium is traded to a Generation II game or has its item put into the Metal Case in Pokémon Stadium 2, that Pokémon will be carrying one of two special box items. Pokémon earned in Round 1 will be holding a Normal Box, which will reveal a Silver Trophy when opened in a Generation II game. Pokémon earned in Round 2 will be holding a Gorgeous Box, which will reveal a Gold Trophy when opened in a Generation II game.

  •   Silver Trophy
  •   Gold Trophy

Generation III decorations

Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald expands upon the decoration system introduced in Gold and Silver with a larger variety of decorations and the introduction of Secret Bases. A Secret Base is a customizable space for the player, and decorations may be placed freely within them. Decorating the player's bedroom is more restricted than the previous games: only Pokémon dolls and cushions can be placed, and they must be placed on the bedroom rug. Up to 16 decorations can be placed in both the bedroom and a Secret Base.

There are several categories of decorations, with different functions and placement rules. Most decorations cannot overlap each other. However, Desks, along with Mats, allow for small decorations such as Pokémon dolls and Cushions to be placed on them as these types of decoration cannot be placed on a bare floor. Posters can only be placed on visible walls facing the screen. There are many kinds of Ornaments, several of which can be interacted with. Solid boards can be used to cover up holes in a Secret Base, allowing the player to cross them and expand their base. Chairs and plants have no unique properties.

Decorations are purchased with Pokémon Dollars from a variety of locations, such as the Pretty Petal Flower Shop on Route 104, and the Lilycove Department Store among other places.

Trading decorations

It is possible to trade decorations with other players. Trading can allow a player to obtain certain decorations that are otherwise unavailable in their particular game. For example, the Red Tent can be traded to Sapphire and Emerald, or the Blue Tent to Ruby and Emerald, the Emerald-exclusive decorations can be traded to both Ruby and Sapphire, and the Regi dolls can be traded from a Japanese version of Ruby and Sapphire to a Japanese version of Emerald.

In order to trade decorations, the Trader must be present in the Mauville City Pokémon Center. This character will present a list of decorations that he is willing to trade for any other decoration. After mixing records with another player, the Trader will appear in their game and the decoration that was traded to him will be offered as part of his selection to the next player that receives him in their game.

Chairs

A chair is a type of decoration used to decorate Secret Bases. There are nine kinds of chairs in total:

  •   Small Chair -  2000
  •   Pokémon Chair -  2000
  •   Heavy Chair -  2000
  •   Ragged Chair -  2000
  •   Comfort Chair -  2000
  •   Brick Chair -  2000
  •   Camp Chair -  2000
  •   Hard Chair -  2000
  •   Pretty Chair - 6000 ashes

Cushions

A cushion is a type of decoration used to decorate the player's Secret Base or the player's room. All cushions must be placed on a desk, a mat, or on a certain kind of ornament. There are ten kinds of cushions:

Desks

A desk is a type of decoration used to decorate the player's Secret Base. They can be used to hold dolls or cushions. In total there are nine desks:

  •   Small Desk —  3000
  •   Pokémon Desk —  3000
  •   Heavy Desk —  6000
  •   Ragged Desk —  6000
  •   Comfort Desk —  6000
  •   Brick Desk —  9000
  •   Camp Desk —  9000
  •   Hard Desk —  9000
  •   Pretty Desk — 8000 units of ash

Mats

A mat is a type of decoration used to decorate the player's Secret Base. They seem to be the Generation III equivalents of carpets. There are eleven small mats with special effects when the player steps on them and seven large mats:

  •   C Low Note Mat - plays C note -  500
  •   D Note Mat - plays D note -  500
  •   E Note Mat - plays E note -  500
  •   F Note Mat - plays F note -  500
  •   G Note Mat - plays G note -  500
  •   A Note Mat - plays A note -  500
  •   B Note Mat - plays B note -  500
  •   C High Note Mat - plays C note -  500
  •   Glitter Mat - glitters -  2000
  •   Jump Mat - makes you jump in place -  2000
  •   Spin Mat - makes you spin in place -  2000

Plants

In the third generation of games, there are six plants available. These can be bought at the Pretty Petal Flower Shop on Route 104.

  •   Red Plant -  3000
  •   Tropical Plant -  3000
  •   Pretty Flowers -  3000
  •   Colorful Plant -  5000
  •   Big Plant -  5000
  •   Gorgeous Plant -  5000

Ornaments

An ornament is a type of decoration. They are Bricks, Balloons, Tents, Breakable ornaments, Fences, TVs, and Awards.

Pokémon dolls

In the third Generation games, Pokémon dolls can be used to decorate a Secret Base or the player's room, and can be either bought in various locations, such as at the marketplace in Slateport City, at the Lilycove Department Store, with coins at the Mauville Game Corner or with Battle Points at the Battle Frontier. The Pokémon doll must be placed on a mat. (There is already a mat in the player's room; therefore they don't need to buy additional mats for that purpose.)

Regi dolls

The three Legendary titans also have dolls. Players with a Japanese copy of Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire can obtain these dolls by scanning a promotional e-Reader card, Decoration Present, or through participating official Nintendo events. It is possible to obtain them in the non-Japanese versions with the following method:

  • Scan the appropriate Decoration set card for the Japanese Ruby/Sapphire, which gives a Regi Doll to the Decoration Trader at Mauville City's Pokémon Center.
  • Exchange records with Japanese Emerald.
  • Exchange records between Japanese Emerald and non-Japanese Emerald.
  • Exchange records between the non-Japanese Emerald and non-Japanese R/S of the same language.
  •   Regirock Doll
  •   Regice Doll
  •   Registeel Doll

Posters

In the third generation of games, there are ten kinds of posters:

Generation IV decorations

Main article: Goods

Plants

In Generation IV, plants are purchased from Hikers in the Underground.

  •   Pretty Flowers
  •   Lavish Flowers
  •   Dainty Flowers
  •   Lovely Flowers
  •   Poké Flower
  •   Bonsai
  •   Potted Plant

Pokémon dolls

Pokémon dolls, like many other decorations in this generation, are available by trading spheres to Hikers in the Underground. They can also be purchased on the fourth floor of the Veilstone Department Store. Instead of placing them on desks or mats, dolls, like many other decorations, cannot be placed on top of any other objects.

Tools

Tools are used to place traps within the Secret Base. There is one tool for each type of trap in the game, excluding Move Traps, Hurl Traps, Reverse Traps, and Confuse Traps.

  •   Alert Tool 1
  •   Alert Tool 2
  •   Alert Tool 3
  •   Alert Tool 4
  •   Big Smoke Tool
  •   Bubble Tool
  •   Ember Tool
  •   Fire Tool
  •   Flower Tool
  •   Foam Tool
  •   Hole Tool
  •   Leaf Tool
  •   Pit Tool
  •   Rock Tool
  •   Rockfall Tool
  •   Smoke Tool

Other items

Other Items are available by trading spheres with Hikers in the Underground. Some of the items listed also come from Mr. Goods in Hearthome City.

  Beauty Cup   Container   Healing Machine   Plain Table   Small Table
  Big Bookshelf   Cool Cup   Iron Beam   Poké Table   Test Machine
  Big Oil Drum   Crate   Lab Machine   Pretty Gem   Tough Cup
  Big Table   Cupboard   Long Table   Pretty Sink   Trash Can
  Bike Rack   Cute Cup   Maze Block 1   Red Bike   TV
  Binoculars   Display Shelf   Maze Block 2   Red Crystal   Vending Machine
  Blue Crystal   Feathery Bed   Maze Block 3   Red Tent   Wide Sofa
  Blue Cushion   Game System   Maze Block 4   Refrigerator   Wide Table
  Blue Tent   Glitter Gem   Maze Block 5   Research Shelf   Wood Dresser
  Bronze Trophy   Globe   Mystic Gem   Shiny Gem   Wooden Chair
  Cardboard Box   Gold Trophy   Oil Drum   Shop Shelf   Yellow Crystal
  Clear Tent   Green Bike   Pink Crystal   Silver Trophy   Yellow Cushion
  Clever Cup   Gym Statue   Pink Dresser   Small Bookshelf

Generation V decorations

Main article: Décor

In Generation V, decorations, known as Décor, are used to decorate the player's house in the Pokémon Dream World.

Generation VI decorations

Pokémon-Amie

Main article: List of Pokémon-Amie decorations

In all Generation VI games, the player can decorate their Pokémon-Amie space with various cushions and "objects", as well as change the wallpaper.

Super-Secret Base

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In Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, decorations have returned as a feature of Super-Secret Bases. Many can be bought at the Decoration Floor in the Lilycove Department Store, and at the Secret Base Guild in Fortree City. Some of these decorations can now also be received from Secret Pals with the "Make some goods" skill (noted by 'm') and other base owners (noted by 'o').

Appliances

  • Cute TV
  • Jukebox
  • Level Release
  • Mood Lighting
  • Round TV
  • TV
  • Vending Machine
  • Worn-Out Light

Chairs

  • Brick Chairm/o
  • Elegant Chair
  • Hard Chairm/o
  • Heavy Chairm/o
  • Log Chairm/o
  • Poké Ball Chairm/o
  • Rough Chairm/o
  • Small Chairm/o
  • Soft Chairm/o

Cushions

  • Diamond Cushionm/o
  • Fire Cushionm/o
  • Grass Cushionm/o
  • Kiss Cushion
  • Pika Cushionm/o
  • Poké Ball Cushionm/o
  • Round Cushionm/o
  • Spin Cushionm/o
  • Water Cushionm/o
  • Zigzag Cushionm/o

Desks

  • Brick Deskm/o
  • Elegant Desk
  • Hard Deskm/o
  • Heavy Deskm/o
  • Icy Desk
  • Log Deskm/o
  • Poké Ball Deskm/o
  • Rough Deskm/o
  • Small Deskm/o
  • Soft Deskm/o

Dolls

Mats

Objects

  • Berry Blender
  • Blackboard
  • Blue Brickm/o
  • Blue Tent
  • Boppoyama
  • Candlestick
  • Cardboard Boxes
  • Comfortable Bed
  • Confetti Ball
  • Fencem/o
  • Glass Ornament
  • Globe
  • Gym Statue
  • Heterarchical Loop
  • Makiwaram
  • Meditative Seat
  • Mini Castelia
  • Mini Lumiose
  • Poké Flute
  • Proclamation
  • Red Brickm/o
  • Red Tent
  • Sand Ornamentm/o
  • Slide
  • Solid Boardm
  • Stairs
  • Stand
  • Standing Stone
  • Star Light
  • Tire
  • Trash Cano
  • Yellow Brickm/o

Plants

  • Berry Treem/o
  • Big Plantm/o
  • Colorful Plantm/o
  • Elegant Bonsaim/o
  • Flowering Plantm/o
  • Red Flowerm/o
  • Tropical Plantm/o

Tricks

  • A Note Matm/o
  • B Note Matm/o
  • Blue Balloonm/o
  • Blue Spin Panelm
  • Blue Warp Panelm
  • Breakable Doorm/o
  • D Note Matm/o
  • E Note Matm/o
  • F Note Matm/o
  • G Note Matm/o
  • Glitter Matm/o
  • High C Note Matm/o
  • Invisible Doll
  • Jump Matm/o
  • Low C Note Matm/o
  • Mud Ballm/o
  • Pitfall Matm
  • Red Balloonm/o
  • Red Spin Panelm
  • Red Warp Panelm
  • Spin Matm/o
  • Square-One Matm
  • Tall Grassm
  • Toy PCm
  • Yellow Balloonm/o
  • Yellow Spin Panelm
  • Yellow Warp Panelm

Wall art

  • Blue Posterm/o
  • Blue Scroll
  • Cute Posterm/o
  • Dad's Scroll
  • Green Posterm/o
  • Green Scroll
  • Kiss Poster
  • Long Posterm/o
  • National Award
  • Paradoxical Popper
  • Pika Posterm/o
  • Poké Ball Posterm/o
  • Red Posterm/o
  • Red Scroll
  • Regional Award
  • Sea Posterm/o
  • Sky Posterm/o
  • Time Travel Award

In the manga

 
Sapphire's Secret Base in Pokémon Adventures

Pokémon Adventures

In The Final Showdown VIII, Sapphire was shocked to discover that Ruby had decorated her Secret Base with various toys and furniture in her absence.

Several Generation III decorations were seen in her Secret Base, including: Pokémon Desk, 2 Pokémon Chairs, Ball Cushion, Zigzag Cushion, Round Cushion, Pika Cushion, Long Poster, Sea Poster, Swablu Doll, Torchic Doll, Mudkip Doll, Jigglypuff Doll, Marill Doll, Colorful Plant, various Balloons, Cute TV, a Tent, and various Note Mats.

In other languages

Language Title
  French Décoration (II, III)
Article de décoration (IV)
Déco (VI)
  German Dekoration (II, III)
Dekoartikel (IV)
Deko-Objekt (VI)
  Italian Decorazione (II, III, VI)
Oggetto decorativo (IV)
  Korean 상품 Sangpum (IV)
굿즈 Goods (VI)
  Spanish Decoraci (II)
Adorno (III)
Objeto decorativo (IV, VI)
  Vietnamese Hàng hóa


See also


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