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:''For the Ribbons in the [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon]] series]], see {{DL|Mystery Dungeon evolutionary items|Sun Ribbon}} and {{DL|Mystery Dungeon evolutionary items|Lunar Ribbon}}.''
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A '''Ribbon''' (Japanese: '''リボン''' ''Ribbon'') is a special item that can be awarded to a {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} for a variety of reasons. Ribbons stay on a Pokémon permanently even across [[generation]]s and can be checked in different ways depending on the [[Pokémoncore gamesseries|game]] [[version]].
 
==In the games==
Ribbons were first introduced in [[File:PokenavGeneration ribbonsIII]].png|frame|right|PokéNav' In Generation III, the large majority were obtained by competing in and winning [[Pokémon Contest]]s, but in later generations, a larger variety of Ribbons screenhave been added. Besides competing in GenerationContests, IIIsome Ribbons are awarded for conquering special [[Battle facility|battle facilities]] like the [[Battle Tower]], others are obtainable from various NPCs in-game, and some are only distributed on [[event Pokémon]]. In Generation III, Ribbons also had no names, they only had unique icons and descriptions.
[[File:Ribbon IV.png|frame|right|Ribbons screen in Pokémon Platinum]]
Ribbons were introduced in [[Generation III]], where they primarily serve as rewards for competing in [[Pokémon Contest]]s, though certain Ribbons are obtainable by defeating the [[Elite Four]] or from special events, among others. They are viewable from the [[PokéNav]] in {{game2|Ruby|Sapphire|Emerald}}. While in {{game|FireRed and LeafGreen|s}} they aren't visible, their data is still kept, and the correct Ribbons appear on a Pokémon if transferred to the [[Hoenn]] games or those from the following generations.
 
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===LeagueChecking Ribbons===
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'''League Ribbons''' (Japanese: '''リーグリボン''' ''League Ribbons'') are awarded to every Pokémon in the {{player}}'s current [[party]] when he or she defeats the [[Elite Four]] in [[Generation III]] or in {{game2|Diamond|Pearl|Platinum}}. There are two distinct League Ribbons, making this category have the least amount of Ribbons.
 
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'''Contest| Ribbons'''class="roundytop" (Japanesestyle="background:#FFF" '''コンテストリボン''' ''Contest Ribbons'') are awarded to the winning Pokémon in any of [[Hoenn]]'s {{pkmn|Contest}}s and [[Sinnoh]]'sFile:Ribbon {{pkmn|Super Contest}}sIII. A different Ribbon is awarded for winning in each of the four [[Rank#Main seriespng|ranks240px]] of the five different [[Contest category|categories]] ([[Cool Contest|Cool]], [[Beauty Contest|Beauty]], [[Cute Contest|Cute]], [[Smart Contest|Smart]], and [[Tough Contest|Tough]]), making a total of 20 Ribbons in each type of Contest. As those awarded in Contests and Super Contests are considered separate, there are a total of 40 Contest-related Ribbons obtainable in the games, making this category have the larger amount of Ribbons.
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In {{game|Ruby and Sapphire|s}}, the Normal Rank Ribbons for all five Hoenn Contests can be obtained at the [[Verdanturf Town]] [[Contest Hall]] while the Super Rank Ribbons are at [[Fallarbor Town]]. The Hyper Rank Ribbons are obtained in [[Slateport City]], and the Master Rank Ribbons are at [[Lilycove City]]. In {{v2|Emerald}}, all are obtained at Lilycove City.===Categories===
The [[Generation V]] games introduced categories for the Ribbons, dividing them into League, Contest, Tower, Memorial, and Gift Ribbons.
 
In {{game2|Diamond|Pearl|Platinum}}, all twenty====League Ribbons for the four ranks of Super Contest (Normal, Great, Ultra, and Master) are obtained at the [[Hearthome City]] Contest Hall.====
{{main|List of Ribbons in the games#League Ribbons|List of Ribbons in the games → League Ribbons}}
'''League Ribbons''' (Japanese: '''リーグリボン''' ''League Ribbons'') are awarded to every Pokémon in the {{player}}'s current [[party]] when they defeat the [[Elite Four]] and enter the [[Hall of Fame]] in most games. Different Ribbons are awarded for this in [[Generation III]], in {{game2|Diamond|Pearl|Platinum}}, in {{g|X and Y}}, in {{g|Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire}}, and in [[Pokémon Sun and Moon|Pokémon Sun, Moon]], [[Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon|Ultra Sun, and Ultra Moon]]. All of these Ribbons are retained if a Pokémon that has them is transferred to a later generation.
 
====Contest Ribbons are the only type of Ribbons found in the games that are featured in the anime.====
{{main|List of Ribbons in the games#Contest Ribbons|List of Ribbons in the games → Contest Ribbons}}
'''Contest Ribbons''' (Japanese: '''コンテストリボン''' ''Contest Ribbons'') are awarded to the winning Pokémon in [[Pokémon Contest]]s or [[Pokémon Super Contest]]s. Different Ribbons are awarded for each of the five different Contest [[Contest condition|categories]]. In Generations III and IV, different Ribbons are also awarded for each of the four different {{OBP|rank|Contest}}s therein, but in Generation VI, a Ribbon is only earned after winning a Master Rank Contest. A Ribbon for winning all Master Rank Contests is also granted in Generation VI.
 
===TowerAny Contest Ribbons=== obtained in Generation III are retained if a Pokémon that has them is transferred to Generation IV or Generation V, and any Contest Ribbons earned in Generation IV are retained into Generation V, but if a Pokémon with any Contest Ribbons is transferred from Generation V to Generation VI through [[Poké Transporter]], the Ribbons will be consolidated into a [[List of Ribbons in the games#Contest Memory Ribbons|Contest Memory Ribbon]].
:''See also: [[List of Ribbons in the games#Tower Ribbons|List of Tower Ribbons]]''
'''Tower Ribbons''' (Japanese: '''タワーリボン''' ''Tower Ribbons'') are awarded to Pokémon used to complete certain challenges in any of [[Hoenn]]'s, [[Sinnoh]]'s, or [[Johto]]'s [[Battle Tower]]s. There are a total of eight Tower Ribbons.
 
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In Generation IV, two new====Tower Ribbons replace the two given out in Hoenn, though they serve the same purpose. Four additional Ribbons are given out after winning fifty times in the Double Battles, in Multi Battles against the CPU, in Multi Battles with someone, or reaching Rank 5 in the Wi-Fi mode.====
{{main|List of Ribbons in the games#Tower Ribbons|List of Ribbons in the games → Tower Ribbons}}
'''Tower Ribbons''' (Japanese: '''タワーリボン''' ''Tower Ribbons'') are awarded to Pokémon that have been used to conquer various challenges in certain [[Battle facility|battle facilities]].
 
===Memorial* Ribbons===In Generation III, the facility is the {{gdis|Battle Tower|III}} located in an island in [[Hoenn]]'s southeastern sea, only accessible by [[S.S. Tidal|boat]].
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===GiftIn the Generation III Battle Tower in Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald, two Ribbons=== are awarded for clearing the Level 50 Battle Tower and the Level 100{{sup/3|RS}}/Open Level{{sup/3|E}} Battle Tower. Ribbons are awarded to party Pokémon upon completion of the eighth consecutive Battle Tower challenge (defeating 56 {{pkmn|Trainer}}s in a row) and for completion of any challenge thereafter if a Pokémon does not already have a Ribbon.
:''See also: [[List of Ribbons in the games#Gift Ribbons|List of Gift Ribbons]]''
'''Gift Ribbons''' (Japanese: '''プレゼントリボン''' ''Present Ribbons'') are normally found already with Pokémon given to the player, such as [[event Pokémon]]. Unlike most other Ribbons, Gift Ribbons are not simply given to a Pokémon already under the player's ownership.
 
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===OtherAny Tower Ribbons=== obtained in Generation III are retained if a Pokémon that has them is transferred to Generation IV or Generation V, and any Tower Ribbons earned in Generation IV are retained into Generation V, but if a Pokémon with any Tower Ribbons is transferred from Generation V to Generation VI through [[Poké Transporter]], the Ribbons will be consolidated into a [[List of Ribbons in the games#Battle Memory Ribbons|Battle Memory Ribbon]].
:''See also: [[List of Ribbons in the games#Other Ribbons|List of other Ribbons]]''
Many Ribbons were made available as prizes from tournaments, among many events, in Generation III and only in that generation; they could not be transferred to other generations.
 
On the other hand, six====Memorial Ribbons available in Generation III and IV data have no longer been made available in Generation V.====
{{main|List of Ribbons in the games#Memorial Ribbons|List of Ribbons in the games → Memorial Ribbons}}
'''Memorial Ribbons''' (Japanese: '''メモリーリボン''' ''Memory Ribbons'') are usually awarded for an in-game achievement, but some require nothing more than talking to the correct NPC at the correct time. They are often awarded only to the first Pokémon in the player's party, but some are awarded to all members of the player's party.
 
====TournamentGift Ribbons====
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'''Gift Ribbons''' (Japanese: '''プレゼントリボン''' ''Present Ribbons''), in contrast to all other types, cannot be obtained in-game in [[core series]] Pokémon games. Most are found on [[event Pokémon]]. The {{DL|List of Ribbons in the games|National Ribbon}} and the {{DL|List of Ribbons in the games|Earth Ribbon}} can be earned in [[Pokémon Colosseum]] and [[Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness]].
 
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*By participating in certain Pokémon Leagueactivities, (such as the Regional, National, and Global tournaments for 2003, 2004, and 2005) Ribbon descriptions would be associated with certain Gift Ribbons distributed, based on the Advanceevent Cupitself.
* Pokémon Tournament Participation Ribbon
 
====PokémonThese Centervariable Ribbons====descriptions were removed in the [[Generation V]] games.
There are Ribbons for the {{OBP|Pokémon Center|store}}s in Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, and New York.
 
====Holiday Ribbons====
* Summer Holidays Ribbon
* Winter Holidays Ribbon
* Spring Holidays Ribbon
* Evergreen Ribbon
* Special Holiday Ribbon
 
====Tower Ribbons====
* Darkness Tower Clear
* Red Tower Clear
* Blackiron Tower Clear
* Final Tower Clear
 
==In the anime==
[[File:AshDawn MayCelestic Terracotta RibbonContest.png|thumb|right220px|Ash and May{{an|Dawn}} holdingbeing theawarded Terracottaa Ribbon]]
UnlikeIn the games{{pkmn|anime}}, Ribbons are not attached to individual {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} like in the anime{{pkmn|games}}. Instead, they can be compared to [[Badge]]s earnedreceived atfrom [[Gym Leader]]s. Theyin that they are considered proof that a {{pkmn|[[Pokémon Coordinator}}]] has won a particular[[Pokémon {{pkmn|Contest}}]]. UnlikeIn contrast with [[Gym]] Badges, Coordinators only get a singleone chance of earning a particular Ribbon in a certain Pokémon Contest within a specific time period. They also must compete with other Coordinators to earn it.
 
OnceRibbons are awarded by the Chief of the [[Pokémon Activities Committee]], [[Raoul Contesta]], and once a Coordinator earnscollects five Ribbons, they are able to enter and compete in the [[Grand Festival]], theand Contestcompete equivalent offor the title of [[PokémonTop League ConferenceCoordinator]]. Ribbons also do not expire, and multiple years can be used to collect the five needed for the Grand Festival. However, after being used to enter athe Grand Festivalcompetition, the five Ribbons cannot be used again. In addition, Ribbons can only be used in the Grand Festival of the [[region]] where they arewere earned, with the notable exception of somethe {{DL|Ribbon|Aqua Ribbon}}.
 
For a collection of images depicting Ribbons in the anime, please see [[a:Category:Ribbons|Ribbons]] on the [[Bulbagarden Archives]]. The following is a list of all known Ribbons from the regions of [[Kanto]], [[Hoenn]], and [[Sinnoh]]. There are also Ribbons for the [[Johto]] region, although the locations where they are obtained are unknown.
[[File:Harley Kanto Ribbons 5.png|thumb|right|175px|[[Harley]]'s [[Kanto]] Ribbons]]
[[File:May Johto ribbons.png|thumb|right|175px|{{an|May}}'s [[Johto]] Ribbons]]
[[File:May Hoenn ribbons.png|thumb|right|175px|{{an|May}}'s [[Hoenn]] Ribbons]]
[[File:Dawn 4 ribbons.png|thumb|right|175px|{{an|Dawn}}'s [[Sinnoh]] Ribbons]]
[[File:Dawn Ribbons DP043.png|thumb|right|175px|{{an|Dawn}}'s dream Ribbons from ''[[DP043|Malice In Wonderland!]]'']]
 
===Kanto Ribbons===
* [[{{ci|Saffron City]]}} Ribbon
* {{ka|Silver Town|Silver}} Ribbon
* [[{{to|Wisteria Town]]}} Ribbon
* [[{{isl|Chrysanthemum Island]]}} Ribbon
* [[{{to|Gardenia Town]]}} Ribbon
* [[{{ci|Mulberry City]]}} Ribbon
 
===Hoenn Ribbons===
* [[{{ci|Rustboro City]]}} Ribbon
* [[{{ci|Slateport City]]}} Ribbon
* [[{{to|Fallarbor Town]]}} Ribbon
* [[{{to|Rubello Town]]}} Ribbon
* [[{{to|Verdanturf Town]]}} Ribbon
* [[{{ci|Lilycove City]]}} Ribbon
* [[Izabe Island]]{{ci|Purika}} Ribbon
* [[{{to|Pacifidlog Town]]}} Ribbon
 
===Sinnoh Ribbons===
* [[{{ci|Jubilife City]]}} Ribbon
* [[{{to|Floaroma Town]]}} Ribbon
* [[{{to|Alamos Town]]}} Ribbon
* [[{{ci|Hearthome City]]}} Ribbon
* [[{{to|Sage Town]]}} Ribbon
* [[{{to|Solaceon Town]]}} Ribbon
* [[{{to|Celestic Town]]}} Ribbon
* [[{{to|Majolica Town]]}} Ribbon
* [[{{to|Gerbera Town]]}} Ribbon
* [[{{to|Beach Rose Town]]}} Ribbon
* [[{{to|Chocovine Town]]}} Ribbon
* [[{{to|Sandalstraw Town]]}} Ribbon
* [[{{to|Lilypad Town]]}} Ribbon
* [[{{to|Brussel Town]]}} Ribbon
* [[{{to|Daybreak Town]]}} Ribbon
* [[{{to|Neighborly Town]]}} Ribbon
* [[{{to|Arrowroot Town]]}} Ribbon
 
===Other Ribbons===
[[File:Aqua Ribbon.png|thumb|220px|The Aqua Ribbon]]
====Aqua Ribbon====
The '''Aqua Ribbon''' (Japanese: '''アクアリボン''' ''Aqua Ribbon'') is the prize given to the winner of the [[Wallace Cup]]. It can be used for entering theevery known [[Grand Festival]] in ''any'' region, not merely that of the [[region]] it is won in. For this reason, [[Pokémon Coordinator]]s from all over the {{pkmn|world}} travel to the hosting city, which changes every year, to take part in the event.
 
====Terracotta RibbonMedal====
The '''[[Terracotta Town]]Medal''' (Japanese: Ribbon'''トネリコメダル''' ''Toneriko Medal'') is a commemorative Ribbon awarded to the winner of the unofficial annualPokémon Contest held annually in [[Terracotta Town]]. It cannot be used to enter athe Grand Festival.
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| style="background:#{{contest color light}}" | Saffron City Ribbon
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| [[File:Rustboro Ribbon.png|150px]]
Notably, {{FB|Magma [[File:SaffronAdmin|Courtney}} is seen burning a Ribbon.png in ''[[PS221|150pxGoing to Eleven with Loudred & Exploud I]]''.
| [[File:Mulberry Ribbon.png|150px]]
====={{chap|Diamond [[File:Terracotta& Ribbon.png|150px]]Pearl}}=====
Platinum obtained a Normal Rank Cool Contest Ribbon. Later [[Dr. Footstep]] gave her, as well as {{adv|-Diamond}} align="center"and style="background:#{{contestadv|Pearl}}, colora light{{DL|List of Ribbons in the games|Footprint Ribbon}}" as a sign of the [[Friendship|bond]] between them and their Pokémon.
| Jubilife City Ribbon
| Solaceon Town Ribbon
| Celestic Town Ribbon
| Chocovine Town Ribbon
|- style="background:#{{contest color light}}"
| [[File:Jubilife Ribbon.png|150px]]
| [[File:Solaceon Ribbon.png|150px]]
| [[File:Celestic Ribbon.png|150px]]
| [[File:Chocovine Ribbon.png|150px]]
|- align="center" style="background:#{{contest color light}}"
| Sandalstraw Town Ribbon
| Brussel Town Ribbon
| Daybreak Town Ribbon
| Arrowroot Town Ribbon
|- style="background:#{{contest color light}}"
| [[File:Kenny Fourth Ribbon.png|150px]]
| [[File:Brussel Ribbon.png|150px]]
| [[File:Daybreak Ribbon.png|150px]]
| [[File:Arrowroot Ribbon.png|150px]]
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==In other languages==
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* {{cat|Award items}}
* {{cat|Episodes in which May gets a Ribbon}}
* {{cat|Episodes in which Dawn gets a Ribbon}}
* {{cat|Episodes in which Jessie gets a Ribbon}}
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