In the core series games
Generation V games, it can be sold to the gourmet maniac on Route 5 for 500.
When used from the
Bag on a Pokémon, it heals the Pokémon by 100 HP. It is consumed after use.
G S C Restores Pokémon HP by 100.
R S E Colo.
XD A nutritious milk that restores HP by 100 points.
FR LG Highly nutritious milk. It restores the HP of one Pokémon by 100 points.
D P Pt HG SS
B W B2 W2 Milk with a very high nutrition content. It restores the HP of one Pokémon by 100 points.
X Y OR AS A bottle of highly nutritious milk. When consumed, it restores 100 HP to an injured Pokémon.
S M US UM A bottle of highly nutritious milk. When consumed, it restores up to 100 HP to an injured Pokémon.
G S C
Route 39 ( Moomoo Farm) Held by wild Miltank (25% chance)
Held by wild Miltank (100% chance)
Two Island Market Stall
Pyrite Town Vending Machine
D P Pt
My Pokémon Ranch (held by Hayley's Miltank)
Route 210 ( Café Cabin) Held by wild Miltank (100% chance)
Route 39 ( Moomoo Farm) Held by wild Miltank (100% chance)
Resort, Sightseeing, Amity Meadow
Big Stadium and Small Court
Driftveil City market Big Stadium and Small Court (defeat Baker Lilly)
Castelia City (Café Sonata), Skyarrow Bridge (×12)
Driftveil City market Big Stadium and Small Court (defeat Baker Lilly, Waiter Clint, or Waitress Bonita), Join Avenue ( Market, souvenir), Pokéstar Studios (possible gift after completing a movie)
Dendemille Town Lumiose City South Boulevard Pokémon Center (20 PM) Loto-ID Center (1 digit), Lumiose City (Galette Stand), Secret Super Training Held by wild Miltank (100% chance)
OR AS Any
Contest Hall (from Chaz after winning a Master Rank contest in four categories)
Lavaridge Town Mauville City PokéMileage Center (20 PM) Lilycove Department Store Pokémon Lottery Corner (1 digit), Secret Super Training Any Contest Spectacular Hall (random gift from a fan after completing a Master Rank Contest)
PokéMileage Shop (10 PM - fewer than 20 Medals), PokéMileage Shop (8 PM - 20 Medals or more)
Loto-ID Center (1 digit), Battle Tree (win streak of 5), Festival Plaza ( Soft Drink Parlor) Held by wild Miltank (100% chance)
Paniola Ranch, Route 16
Paniola Town (daily), Loto-ID Center (1 digit), Battle Tree (win streak of 5), Festival Plaza ( Soft Drink Parlor) Held by wild Miltank (100% chance)
In spin-off games In the anime
, bottles of Moomoo Milk were one of the things An Egg Scramble! Khoury was selling at the Johto Festival. Khoury's father also gave Ash and his friends cones of ice cream made out of Moomoo Milk, while James was seen drinking a bottle of stolen Moomoo Milk.
, Ash and Mission: Defeat Your Rival! Cameron were seen drinking Moomoo Milk.
, Lost at the League! Stephan was seen drinking a Moomoo Milk.
, Young Kiawe Had a Farm! Kiawe and Ash delivered Moomoo Milk from Kiawe's family farm to some of the residents of Alola, including Mallow and Harry.
, Big Sky, Small Fry! Lillie gave some Moomoo Milk to Snowy while visiting Kiawe's family farm.
, Mallow and the Forest Teacher! Officer Jenny's Gumshoos was seen drinking some Moomoo Milk.
, Ash and Mounting an Electrifying Charge! Sophocles were seen drinking some Moomoo Milk. Later in the episode, during a pit stop at the Charjabug race, Ash gave Sophocles's Charjabug some Moomoo Milk for it to reenergize. After Sophocles's team won the race, Kiawe took the chance to advertise his Moomoo Milk on television.
, Kiawe offered a bottle of Moomoo Milk to A Dream Encounter! Nebby, but like almost all of the other foods and drinks offered to it, Nebby rejected it, much to Kiawe's exasperation.
, Kiawe delivered a silo of Moomoo Milk to Mallow.
The Dex Can't Help It! In the manga In the TCG
Moo-Moo Milk (English artwork)
Main article: Moo-Moo Milk (Neo Genesis 101)
The Moo-Moo Milk was introduced as a
Trainer card in the Pokémon Trading Card Game during the English Neo Series (the Japanese Neo Era) in the Neo Genesis expansion, and was later reprinted in the Pokémon VS expansion and the Expedition Base Set. The card was later reprinted under the name Moomoo Milk as a Trainer card (as an Item card in Japanese) during the English HeartGold & SoulSilver Series (the Japanese LEGEND Era) in the HeartGold & SoulSilver expansion. In Japanese, the Moomoo Milk has subsequently been reprinted in the Steelix Constructed Standard Deck and the HS Trainer Kit.
In Neo Genesis, this card's artwork was changed between the Japanese and English releases. The original art (also by
Tomokazu Komiya) depicts a Sentret suckling on a cow's udder, and was changed as it was seen as potentially inappropriate for the TCG's young audience. The subsequent Japanese Pokémon VS and Pokémon-e Starter Deck reprints applied this art change.
As the Moo-Moo Milk, it allows the player to flip 2 coins, then remove 2 damage counters from a Pokémon for each heads. As the Moomoo Milk, it allows the player to flip 2 coins, then remove 3 damage counters from a Pokémon for each heads.
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