Mago Berry

A Mago Berry (Japanese: マゴのみ Mago Fruit) is a type of Berry introduced in Generation III.

Mago Berry
マゴのみ
Mago Fruit
Bag Mago Berry Sprite.png
Mago Berry
Pokémon Global Link artwork
Introduced in Generation III
Pocket
Generation III Bag Berries pocket icon.png Berries (RSE)
Generation III Bag Berry Pouch pocket icon.png Berry Pouch (FRLG)
Generation IV Bag Berries pocket icon.png Berries
Generation V Bag Berries pocket icon.png Berries
Generation VI Bag Berries pocket icon.png Berries
Generation VII Bag Berries pocket icon.png Berries
Generation VIII Bag Berries pocket icon.png Berries (SwShBDSP)
Generation VIII Bag Items pocket icon.png Items (LA)
Generation IX Bag Berries pocket icon.png Berries
Flavor
Generation III
SPICY DRY SWEET BITTER SOUR SMOOTH
0 0 10 0 0 25
Generation IV/VIII
SPICY DRY SWEET BITTER SOUR SMOOTH
0 0 15 0 0 25
Natural Gift
Type Ghost
Power Gen. IV-V 60
Gen. VI+ 80
Fling
Power 10
Effect Restores 12.5%Gen. IV-VI/50%Gen VII/33%Gen VIII of HP, but confuses Pokémon that do not like the sweet flavor.

In the core series games

Price

Games Cost Sell price
RSEFRLG
DPPtHGSS
BWB2W2
XYORAS
SMUSUM
BDSP
N/A $10
SwSh N/A $40
LA N/A $150
SV N/A $20

In the Generation V games, the Mago Berry can be sold to the gourmet maniac on Route 5 for $20.

Effect

Held item

Generations III-VI

A Mago Berry, when held by a Pokémon, will restore 1/8 of its maximum HP when its HP drops to ½ or below, but causes confusion to Pokémon that dislike the sweet flavor. (Specifically, it confuses Pokémon with Brave, Quiet, Sassy, or Relaxed Natures.) When forcibly consumed via Fling, Pluck, or Bug Bite, it restores 1/8 of the consumer's maximum HP, and confuses any consumer that dislikes the sweet flavor.

Generation VII

A Mago Berry now restores ½ of the holder's HP when it drops to ¼ or below.

Generation VIII

The restored amount is decreased to 1/3 of the holder's HP.

Bag item

Generation III-VI

When used from the Bag on a Pokémon, it restores the Pokémon's HP by 1/8 of its maximum HP. It is consumed after use.

Generation VII

A Mago Berry now restores the Pokémon's HP by 1/2 of its maximum HP when used from the Bag on a Pokémon.

Generation VIII

A Mago Berry now restores the Pokémon's HP by 1/3 of its maximum HP when used from the Bag on a Pokémon.

In Pokémon Legends: Arceus, it restores the Pokémon's HP by 1/2 of its maximum HP. A wild Pokémon that hates sweet flavors will briefly pause if it eats a Mago Berry.

Ingredient

Berry Blending
RSE When blending with NPCs, Mago Berries will produce the following Pokéblocks:
NPC NPCs' Berries Flavors (100 RPM) Feel
1 NPC   Sweetness 25 23
2 NPCs    Sweetness 23, Sourness 10 22
3 NPCs     Sweetness 23, Spiciness 10 21
Blend Master   Sweetness 51, Bitterness 12 45
ORAS Mago Berries are pink Berries that have a very low chance of producing a Pokéblock+.
Berry Crush
FRLGE Mago Berries have a base Berry Powder of 50 and a difficulty of 60.
With two players, this Berry will contribute 100 units of Berry Powder at 100% silkiness.
Poffin Cooking
DPPt
BDSP
When used alone, Mago Berries will produce Poffins with Sweetness 14 and smoothness 24 when cooked in 1 minute with no spills or burns.
Ice Cream Scoop
DW
Flavor 1 Flavor 2 Flavor 3
Easy to scoop           
Stickiness           
Juice Shoppe
XY Mago Berries are pink Berries in Group 3.
Composting
XY Mago Berries are pink Berries.
Dye Houses
SMUSUM 15 Mago Berries, Pecha Berries, and Persim Berries are used to dye any white or dyed clothing into pastel pink.
30 Mago Berries, Petaya Berries, and Roseli Berries are used to dye any white or dyed clothing into dark pink.
Curry
SwSh Mago Berries have a rarity of 2.
Cram-o-matic
SwSh Mago Berries are Ghost-type items and give 4 points towards the output value.

Exchange

Pokémon Dream World

In the Pokémon Dream World, the player could exchange Berries for Décor. The following Décor required Mago Berries.

Catalogue Décor Price
Plain Catalogue Light Window   50 Mago Berries
  50 Wiki Berries
Pokémon Doll Catalogue Poliwhirl Doll   50 Mago Berries
Pokémon Doll Catalogue Timburr Doll   50 Mago Berries
Pokémon Doll Catalogue Ducklett Doll   50 Mago Berries

Description

Games Description
RSE A hold item that restores HP but may confuse.
FRLG A hold item that restores HP but may cause confusion when used.
Colo.XD A hold item that restores HP but may confuse.
DPPt A Poffin ingredient. If held by a Pokémon, it restores the user's HP in a pinch, but may also cause confusion.
HGSS If held by a Pokémon, it restores the user's HP in a pinch, but will cause confusion if it hates sweet food.
BWB2W2 If held by a Pokémon, it restores the user's HP in a pinch, but will cause confusion if it hates the taste.
XYORAS
SMUSUMPE
SwShBDSP
If held by a Pokémon, it restores the user's HP in a pinch, but it will cause confusion if the user hates the taste.
LA A Berry that can be fed to a Pokemon to restore its HP by up to half its max. If a wild Pokemon that hates sweet flavors eats one of these Berries, it will briefly pause.
SV If a Pokémon holds one of these Berries, it will be able to restore some HP should it find itself in a pinch. But it will become confused if it hates the Berry's taste.

Tag information

  • No. 13
  • Size: 5.0" (12.6 cm)
  • Firmness: Hard
Games Description
RSE The Berry turns curvy as it grows. The curvier, the sweeter and tastier.
DPPt
BDSP
This Berry progressively curves as it grows. The curvier the Berry, the sweeter and tastier.

Curry information

Games Description
SwSh A Berry that's easy to eat raw and perfect for a quick treat. The curvier the Berry is, the sweeter it is.

Acquisition

Games Finite methods Repeatable methods
RSE Route 120 (if player's ID number ends in 2 or 7)
Mossdeep Game Corner (Pokémon Jump reward)E
FRLG Joyful Game Corner (Pokémon Jump reward)
Colo.XD Agate Village
DPPt Routes 215, 221, and 222 Route 208 (Berry Master's house), Veilstone City Department Store
Pal Park (score of 3001-3299)
Spin Trade (2-3 players)Pt
HGSS Pal Park (score of 3001-3299)
Spin Trade (2-3 players)
BWB2W2 Spin Trade (2-3 players)
DW* Sparkling Sea
XY Route 8
Pink Berry trees
ORAS Route 123 Sootopolis City, Mauville Food Court
Super Rank Pokémon Contest Spectacular (given by fan)
Route 120 (if player's ID number ends in 2 or 7)
SMUSUM Berry piles (Route 4)
Ambush encounters (Aipom in Poni PlainsUSUM)
Thrifty Megamart
SwSh Berry trees (Hammerlocke Hills)
Max Raid Battles (Rolling FieldsSh, Watchtower Ruins, East Lake AxewellSh, West Lake AxewellSh, Axew's Eye, Giant's Seat, North Lake MilochSw, Motostoke Riverbank, Bridge Field, Stony Wilderness, Dusty Bowl, Giant's Mirror, Hammerlocke Hills, Giant's Cap)
SwShIA Berry trees (Soothing Wetlands)
Hidden recurring item (Workout Sea)
Max Raid Battles (Soothing Wetlands, Forest of Focus, Challenge Beach, Brawlers' Cave, Challenge Road, Courageous Cavern, Training Lowlands, Workout Sea, Stepping-Stone Sea, Honeycalm Sea)
SwShCT Berry trees (Ballimere Lake)
Max Raid Battles (Frostpoint Field, Giant's Bed, Snowslide Slope, Path to the Peak, Giant's Foot, Frigid Sea, Three-Point Pass, Ballimere Lake)
BDSP Routes 215, 221, and 222 Route 208 (Berry Master's house), Veilstone City Department Store
Picked up by walking Pokémon (Relaxed, Lax, Serious, Jolly, Naive, Modest, Mild, Rash Natures)
LA Farm (special berry harvest)
SV Alfornada (Emotional Spectrum Practice)
Tera Raid Battles (3★, 4★)
Sparkling overworld item (South Province (Area Five), West Province (Area Two), West Province (Area Three))
SVID Sparkling overworld item (Coastal Biome)

Growth

Generation III
 
Planted
0 hours
 
Sprouted
6 hours
 
Taller
12 hours
 
Flowering
18 hours
 
Berries
24 hours
A Mago plant will yield 2-3 Berries.
Generation IV
 
Planted
0 hours
 
Sprouted
5 hours
 
Taller
10 hours
 
Flowering
15 hours
 
Berries
20 hours
A Mago plant will yield 1-5 Berries. A growing Mago plant's soil dries by 10% every hour, fully drying out in 10 hours.
Generation V
 
Planted
0 hours
 
Sprouted
7.5 hours
 
Taller
15 hours
 
Flowering
22.5 hours
 
Berries
30 hours
A Mago plant will yield ? Berries.
Generation VI
Pokémon X and Y
 
Planted
0 hours
 
Sprouted
4 hours
 
Growing
8 hours
 
Bigger
12 hours
 
Budding
16 hours
 
Bloom
20 hours
 
Berries
24 hours
A Mago plant will yield 3-15 Berries. During its growth, watering the plant adds 1.5 Berries to the final harvest, weeding it adds 1, and removing a pest adds 3. Mago plants attract Spewpa as pests. If grown next to each other, a Mago Berry and an Iapapa Berry may mutate into a Pomeg Berry.
Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire
 
Planted
0 hours
 
Sprouted
4 hours
 
Taller
8 hours
 
Flowering
12 hours
 
Berries
16 hours
A Mago plant will yield 3-15 Berries.
Generation VII
Pokémon Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun, and Ultra Moon
 
Planted
0 hours
 
Sprouted
6 hours
 
Taller
12 hours
 
Flowering
20 hours
 
Berries
24 hours
A Mago plant will yield 3 Berries if Isle Aplenny is at Phase 1, 6 Berries if it is at Phase 2, and 9 Berries if it is at Phase 3.
Generation VIII
Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl
 
Planted
0 hours
 
Sprouted
5 hours
 
Taller
10 hours
 
Flowering
15 hours
 
Berries
20 hours
A Mago plant will yield 2-5 Berries.

Gallery

Artwork

     
Ingredient artwork from
Sword and Shield
Artwork from
Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl
Artwork from
Scarlet and Violet


Sprites

     
Berry Tag Sprite (Generation III) Berry Tag Sprite (Generation IV) Bag sprite from Legends Arceus

In spin-off games

Pokémon Sleep

 
Mago Berry in Pokémon Sleep

The Mago Berry is available in Pokémon Sleep as one of the Berries that can be gathered by helper Pokémon and fed to Snorlax.

Effect

Mago Berries raise Snorlax's Strength, doubling the effect if the Berry is Snorlax's favorite. The base amount of Strength raised by the Berry is determined by the level of the helper Pokémon that gathered it.

Notes

Games Description
Sleep This Berry progressively curves as it grows. The curvier the Berry, the sweeter it tastes.

Acquisition

Mago Berries can be gathered by Psychic-type helper Pokémon in the player's team. Like all Berries in the game, gathered Mago Berries do not go into the player's inventory and instead are immediately eaten by Snorlax.

In the anime

 
A Mago Berry in the anime

Mago Berries debuted in Pokéblock, Stock, and Berry, where Ash was offered some samples to drive away the sour taste from a Nomel Berry that he had tasted earlier.

In Crisis at Ferroseed Research!, Professor Malveaux ordered Case to prepare a treatment for Pikachu, which included Mago Berry extract.

In Currying Favor and Flavor!, Ash and Mallow were forced to cross a field of sleeping Fomantis in order to collect a Mago Berry from a Mago tree.

In Got Meltan?, Ash's Rowlet tried using a Mago Berry as a replacement for Meltan's lost hex nut, but it was quickly rejected by Meltan.

In Healing the Healer!, Mago Berries were among the Berries Goh gathered for a Suicune and several forest Pokémon to eat.

Multiple Mago Berries appeared in The Future I Choose!.

In the manga

 
A Mago Berry in Pokémon Adventures

Pokémon Adventures

Ruby & Sapphire arc

In Adding It Up with Plusle & Minun I, a Mago Berry was offered to Ruby's Mumu by Minun. However, since Mumu didn't like the Berry's sweet taste, it became confused after eating it.

Emerald arc

In Sneaky Like Shedinja II, Mago Berries were some of the Berries that Emerald's Sceptile sliced with Leaf Blade for its Trainer to eat.

Black & White arc

In Fussing and Fighting, a Mago Berry was a part of Professor Juniper's dinner. Due to her being distracted by a phone call from Fennel, the Berry was subsequently roasted and eaten by Tepig.

Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon arc

In Homecoming and the Brilliant Professional Golfer, a Mago Berry was found by Moon at Lush Jungle during her search for a special Mirage Berry. More Mago Berries also appeared in the pile of Berries gathered by local Pokémon willing to help her in her search.

Trivia

  • Mago Berry is the only Berry whose name is part of another Berry.

Origin

The Mago Berry's name and design may be based on a mango.

Names

Language Name Origin
Japanese マゴのみ Mago no Mi From マンゴー mango
English Mago Berry From mango
French Baie Mago From mango
German Magobeere From mango
Italian Baccamango From mango
Spanish Baya Ango From mango
Korean 마고열매 Mago Yeolmae From 망고 mango
Chinese (Mandarin) 芒芒果 Mángmáng Guǒ* From 芒果 mángguǒ, mango
甘芒 Gānmáng* From 甘 gān (sweet) and 芒果 mángguǒ (mango)
Chinese (Cantonese) 芒芒果 Mòhngmòhng Gwó* From 芒果 mòhnggwó, mango
甘芒果 Gāmmòhng Gwó* From 甘 gām (sweet) and 芒果 mòhnggwó (mango)
Danish Magobær From English name
Dutch Mago-bes From English name
Finnish Magomarja From English name
Norwegian Magobær From English name
Polish Magojagoda From English name
Brazilian Portuguese Fruta Maga From manga, mango
Russian Маго-ягода Mago-yagoda From English name
Swedish Magobär From English name


External links



  This Pokémon article is part of Project BerryDex, a Bulbapedia project that aims to write comprehensive articles on each Berry in the Pokémon series.