Pokémon doll

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This article is about the game decoration. For the escape item, see Poké Doll. For the plush toy line, see Poké Doll (plush).

A Pokémon doll (Japanese: ドール doll) is a sort of decoration used in the Pokémon games.

Pokémon dolls in Pokémon the Series

In the games

Generation I

In Generation I, decorations were not featured. Despite this, Pokémon dolls could be found decorating the Copycat's room in Saffron City. When talked to, the doll would turn to the player and this message would appear: "This is a rare Pokémon! Huh? It's only a doll!"

Generation II

Main article: List of decorations (Generation II)

In Generation II, dolls became available as a decoration for the bedroom. In these games, sometimes the player character's mother will buy dolls for his or her room with saved up money, but the most common way to receive them is with Mystery Gift.

One feature of Pokémon Stadium 2 allows players to view their entire room and its decorations, including any dolls, in 3D. The 3D models of the dolls were reused in Pokémon Channel, being available for purchase at Shop 'N Squirtle.

Generation III

Main article: List of decorations (Generation III)

In Generation III, dolls can be used to decorate a Secret Base, 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. Lanette will also give one in exchange for keeping her messy house a secret. A girl in Sootopolis City will also give the player one. All dolls must be placed on a desk, a mat, or a certain kind of ornament. Large dolls can only be placed on large desks and large mats.

Dolls are not available in Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen, particularly because there are no Secret Bases in FireRed and LeafGreen. However, Lorelei's house contains a number of dolls, since she collects them.

  Azurill Doll
  Baltoy Doll
  Chikorita Doll
  Clefairy Doll
  Cyndaquil Doll
  Ditto Doll
  Duskull Doll
  Gulpin Doll
  Jigglypuff Doll
  Kecleon Doll
  Lotad Doll
  Marill Doll
  Meowth Doll
  Mudkip Doll
  Pichu Doll
  Pikachu Doll
  Seedot Doll
  Skitty Doll
  Smoochum Doll
  Swablu Doll
  Togepi Doll
  Torchic Doll
  Totodile Doll
  Treecko Doll
  Wynaut Doll
  Blastoise Doll
  Charizard Doll
  Lapras Doll
  Rhydon Doll
  Snorlax Doll
  Venusaur Doll
  Wailmer Doll
  Regirock Doll
  Regice Doll
  Registeel Doll

Generation IV

Main article: List of decoration goods (Generation IV)

Dolls, like many other decorations in Generation IV, are available by trading spheres to Hikers in the Underground. They are used to decorate the player's Secret Base in the underground. They can also be purchased in 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.

Generation V

Main article: Pokémon Doll Catalogue

In the Pokémon Dream World, dolls are a kind of Décor, and are all contained in the Pokémon Doll Catalogue.

Generation VI

Main article: List of Decorations (Generation VI)

These dolls are only available in Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire as Secret Base decorations.

  Azurill Doll
  Baltoy Doll
  Chikorita Doll
  Clefairy Doll
  Cyndaquil Doll
  Ditto Doll
  Duskull Doll
  Gulpin Doll
  Invisible Doll
  Jigglypuff Doll
  Kecleon Doll
  Lotad Doll
  Marill Doll
  Meowth Doll
  Mudkip Doll
  Pichu Doll
  Pikachu Doll
  Seedot Doll
  Skitty Doll
  Smoochum Doll
  Snorlax Doll
  Swablu Doll
  Togepi Doll
  Torchic Doll
  Totodile Doll
  Treecko Doll
  Wynaut Doll
  Blastoise Doll
  Charizard Doll
  Lapras Doll
  Regice Doll
  Regirock Doll
  Registeel Doll
  Rhydon Doll
  Substitute Doll
  Venusaur Doll
  Wailmer Doll

In the spin-off games

Pokémon UNITE

A Shedinja Doll is one of the available Battle Items in Pokémon UNITE, when activated it gives the player's Pokémon a brief period of invincibility with the drawback of being unable to act.

In animation

 
Pokémon dolls in Manectric Charge

In The Screen Actor's Guilt, after Brad's Smoochum had become popular with his fans and began its own fledgling movie career, Smoochum dolls became a popular item to carry around.

Pokémon dolls of Zigzagoon and Azurill appeared in A Three Team Scheme!, decorating Keanu's Secret Base. However, they were removed in the dub.

Pokémon dolls of Phanpy, Hoppip, Hoothoot, Wurmple, Marill, Azurill, Pikachu, Torchic, and Mudkip appeared in Manectric Charge as prizes at a fake carnival set up by Team Rocket. However, like in A Three Team Scheme!, these dolls were removed in the dub, being replaced with various other items.

An entire store of Pokémon dolls appeared in A Jolting Switcheroo!.

Several substitute dolls appear recurringly throughout the series.

Pokémon dolls of Lapras, Pikachu, Clefairy, and Eevee appeared in Lillie's Egg-xhilarating Challenge!, decorating Lillie's room.

In Mission: Total Recall!, several Pokémon dolls are seen inside the Aether Paradise House.

Dolls of Poliwrath, Alolan Muk, and Alolan Golem appeared in Turning the Other Mask! during the Masked Royal's demonstration.

Dolls of Charizard, Blastoise, and Jigglypuff were seen in Goh's room in A Snow Day for Searching!.

In the manga

 
A Marill doll in Pokémon Adventures

Pokémon Adventures

Ruby & Sapphire arc

Pokémon dolls first appeared in The Beginning of the End with Kyogre & Groudon XII. They were seen on shelves for sale in Lilycove Department Store during Wallace's battle against Tabitha.

In It All Ends Now VIII, Sapphire found her Secret Base decorated by Ruby with various items and furniture, including dolls of Swablu, Torchic, Mudkip, Jigglypuff, and Marill.

FireRed & LeafGreen arc

In A Beastly Cold Reception, the interior of Lorelei's house on Four Island was shown with her many dolls.

HeartGold & SoulSilver arc

In Fortunately for Feraligatr, Mirei was seen holding a Marill doll.

Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire arc

In Beedrill Prepares, Emerald discovered several Pokémon dolls aboard the Sea Mauville. Plusle and Minun stood amongst them, pretending to be dolls before surprising and shocking Emerald.

In Omega Alpha Adventure 21, a substitute doll appeared as one the many items that Hoopa pulled out of its ring while searching for a Diancite for Ruby.

Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon arc

In A Photoshoot and the Abandoned Thrifty Megamart, dolls of Pikachu and Marill appeared inside the abandoned Thrifty Megamart. Sun initially mistook Totem Mimikyu for another doll and made fun of its appearance, causing it to start attacking him.

In other languages

Language Title
  French Poupée Pokémon
  German Poképuppe
  Italian Bambola Pokémon
  Korean 인형 Inhyeong
  Polish Lalka Pokémon
  Spanish Pokémuñeco


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