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| I
| [[File:Gen I Item Ball.png]]
| style="text-align:left;" | A standard item ball from [[Generation I]]. The gray color will change depending on the game. It has the same design as a Poké Ball.
|- style="background:#FFF"
| II
| [[File:Gen II Item Ball.png]]
| style="text-align:left;" | A standard item ball from [[Generation II]]. This is the same basic image as Generation I, but with standardized colors to make it look more like a Poké Ball.
|- style="background:#FFF"
| III
| [[File:Gen III Item Ball.png]]
| style="text-align:left;" | A standard item ball from [[Generation III]]. The image has been further altered, making it clearly look like a Poké Ball.
|- style="background:#FFF"
| IV
| [[File:Gen IV Item Ball.png]]
| style="text-align:left; " | A standard item ball from [[Generation IV]]. The image is close to being exactly the same as Generation III, but with slightly different shading.
|- style="background:#FFF"
| V
[[Generation III]] introduced more recurring items, with {{DL|Exchangeable item|Shoal Salt}}s and {{DL|Exchangeable item|Shoal Shell}}s, the first recurring items to be found on the ground rather than grown in a tree. {{game2|Ruby|Sapphire|Emerald}} expanded upon the idea of a Berry tree introduced in Generation II by allowing players to grow their own Berries. However, in {{game|FireRed and LeafGreen|s}}, the Berry tree was removed and replaced by recurring Berries hidden on the ground in [[Berry Forest]], where Berries may regenerate every 512 steps. [[Treasure Beach]], south of {{OBP|One Island|town}}, also held recurring items, including {{DL|Poké Ball|Ultra Balls}} and [[valuable item]]s.
 
In [[Generation IV]], the main recurring items are the items found in [[Turnback Cave]] after defeating or catching {{p|Giratina}} in {{3v2|Diamond|Pearl|Platinum}}--a {{DL|Evolution-inducing held item|Reaper Cloth}}, {{DL|Valuable item|Rare Bone}}, or {{DL|Valuable item|Stardust}}. Furthermore, in Generation IV, [[Honey]] will regenerate at the rate of two per day in [[Floaroma Meadow]] after the player has gathered them on the initial trip through. These may be found in any of the spots originally found, randomly generated, and a [[Star Piece]] will generate each day in Iron Island B2F every day, where the player initially found it.
 
In {{2v2|Black|White}}, {{DL|Exchangeable item|TinyMushroom}}s will regrow, though they will remain hidden. Primarily, these are found on {{rt|6|Unova}} and {{rt|12|Unova}}, but can also be found in [[Icirrus City]] in the {{DL|Seasons|Winter}}. Additionally, a {{DL|Valuable item|Pearl}} and Stardust may wash up on {{rt|13|Unova}}, by the {{tc|Black Belt}}, or at [[Undella Bay]], on the shore, once per day. Another Pearl may be found periodically on {{rt|18|Unova}} near the {{tc|Battle Girl}}. The {{DL|Drink|Lemonade}} found on the road on {{rt|9|Unova}} will also regenerate occasionally. Outside of [[Pinwheel Forest]], there is a Challenge Rock that invites {{type|Fighting}} Pokémon to smash it. Doing so will produce a {{DL|Valuable item|Star Piece}} once per day.
 
In {{2v2|Black|White|2}},
*Two scientists in the [[Castelia Sewers]] will give the player one healing item, randomly selected, per day if spoken to. The female, accessible in all seasons, will give the player either a {{DL|Potion|Potion}}, {{DL|Potion|Super Potion}}, or {{DL|Revive|Revive}} and the male scientist, accessible only in {{DL|Seasons|Spring}} and {{DL|Seasons|Summer}}, will give the player an {{DL|Status condition healing item|Antidote}}, {{DL|Status condition healing item|Full Heal}}, or {{DL|Potion|Full Restore}}.
*Once per day the player may volunteer to walk the {{tc|Madame|Socialite}}'s {{p|Mienfoo}} in [[Humilau City]] and will be rewarded with a {{DL|Valuable item|Pearl}} for their troubles.
*Once per day an {{tc|Ace Trainer}} on {{rt|4|Unova}} will give the player five or one Swift Wing{{sup/5|W2}} or a Muscle Wing{{sup/5|B2}} for showing him{{sup/5|W2}}/her{{sup/5|B2}} a PokemonPokémon with the same or a higher Attack{{sup/5|W2}} or Speed{{sup/5|B2}} stat than the number specified.
*Once per day a {{tc|Worker}} in [[Twist Mountain]] will give the player a random fossil from a previous gen game.
*Once per day a {{tc|Pokémon Breeder}} on {{rt|5|Unova}} will give the player 5 random EV-lowering berries.
*Once per day a businessman in [[Castelia City]]'s Studio Castelia will give the player a choice of one Cheri, Chesto, Pecha, Rawst, or Aspear berry if the player shows him a PokemonPokémon of the type he specifies.
*Once per day a {{tc|Roughneck}} in [[Virbank City]] will give the player a Great Ball in exchange for a Poké Ball.
*Once per day a lady in Shopping Mall Nine on {{rt|9|Unova}} will ask the player to buy her a Hyper Potion and provides the money to do so. If the player talks to her again with a Hyper Potion in their bag, she will reward the player with an Energy Root.
* [[Status condition healing item]]s cure a Pokémon of various status conditions.
* [[Revive]]s revive a fainted Pokémon. The one-of-a-kind [[Sacred Ash]] can revive all fainted Pokémon in the party with full health.
* [[Ether]]s restore a Pokémon's {{PP}}.
* [[Vitamin]]s and [[wing]]s can increase a Pokémon's stats.
* [[Herbal medicine]] cure various afflictions.
 
===Key Items===
The Key Items pocket contains [[Key Item]]s, items that generally can only be obtained once in gameplay and cannot be traded between games. Often these are items which the player must deliver to a [[non-player character]], but other times they are intended to be kept and either aid the progression of the storyline or traveling. Key itemsItems rarely have anything to do with the player's Pokémon and are mostly specific to the game. They can never be discarded, however, certain items will disappear from the player's Bag during storyline events. Key Items have had their own pocket since [[Generation II]].
 
==Item storage==
Items that are obtained are stored in different places. Initially, when an item is obtained, it is placed in the {{player}}'s [[Bag]], and from Generation II onwards, into a specific pocket of that Bag. When a section of the Bag becomes full, players will not be able to pick up any other items of that type. To make space, players must store their items within their PC, accessed at a [[Pokémon Center]] as <Player>'s [[PC]]. In [[Generation IV]], this problem is eliminated by having no limit on items in the Bag, and the player's PC is used for other purposes. The player also has the ability to toss items away: this will delete them from the Bag. [[Key itemItem]]s, [[HM]]s, and, starting in Generation V, [[TM]]s cannot be tossed.
 
===Held items===