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===Recurring items===
{{split|{{redA [[recurring item]] is a kind of item in the [[core series]] games that respawns in a location after a certain amount of [[time]] has passed. link|Recurring items}}|section}} were introduced in [[Generation II]] and have been a feature of all subequent generations.
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Recurring items, aside from those bought in [[Poké Mart]]s, are somewhat rare within the Pokémon series. [[Generation I]] had no recurring items whatsoever. [[Generation II]] introduced recurring items with [[Apricorn]] trees and [[Berry]] trees, on which new Apricorns and Berries would grow every day.
 
[[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}}, the recurring items differ slightly, as do the locations.
A TinyMushroom may occasionally regrow in the fenced-in "garden" outside the {{DL|Unova Route 6|Season Research Lab}}, and a {{DL|Exchangeable item|Big Mushroom}} may occasionally regrow in a patch of grass in the trees to the immediate south of the [[Mistralton Cave]] entrance. A TinyMushroom may occasionally regrow behind the Celestial Tower on Route 7, and on a small rise on Route 12 as well. A {{DL|Exchangeable item|Heart Scale}} may wash up on one of the shorelines of [[Undella Bay]], or on a patch of sand in [[Humilau City]], once more near the Black Belt on Route 13, or next to the rock at the bottom of the staircase immediately east of [[Lacunosa Town]]. A Pearl may wash up on the beach between the two staircases in Undella Town (in front of the Sage). A {{DL|Valuable item|Big Pearl}} may wash up on the small dune near the Treasure Hunter on Route 13, north of the {{tc|Parasol Lady}}. Some items may also wash up on {{rt|9|Unova}} over time. The Challenge Rock also returns; however, only a {{DL|Valuable item|Stardust}} is produced.
 
Many items gained recurring status in {{2v2|Black|White|2}}, as they are found in [[Hidden Grotto]]es, the contents of which regenerate.
 
In [[Generation VI]], [[Honey]] will regenerate in at least four locations periodically: one next to the railroad tracks on Route 18, one in the top-right corner of the fenced-in patch of grass outside [[Shalour City]] on Route 12, and two in the [[Pokémon Village]], one in the topmost pavilion and one across the river from it. [[Pretty Wing]]s will regenerate in at least two places periodically: one in a bush immediately south of the Pokémon Center in [[Couriway Town]] and one beneath the tire in the Pokémon Village. {{DL|Evolution-inducing held item|Prism Scale}}s will randomly regenerate in the middle square of grass in the waterfall above [[Couriway Town]]. An {{DL|Evolution-inducing held item|Oval Stone}} will periodically regenerate in the {{kal|Unknown Dungeon}} along the left-middle stalagmite. A {{DL|Valuable item|Tiny Mushroom}} will regrow occasionally in the farthest-right mushroom stalk in [[Laverre City]]. As in Generation III on Treasure Beach and Generation V along the beaches in Unova, items will randomly wash up on the beaches in Kalos, including along Routes 8 and 9 and in [[Shalour City]]. As in previous games, some of these items include many valuable items.
 
[[Generation VI]] also reintroduced the idea of recurring Berries. In these games, a rare Berry drops from its tree approximately once per week for the player to collect. There is one Berry tree found on nearly every Route. The list of Trees is as follows:
* Route 5: Oran Berry (bottom of the grind bar)
* Route 6: Aguav Berry (middle of the left-hand grass patch)
* Route 7: Persim Berry (end by the [[Ambrette Town]] cave entrance)
* Route 8: Mago Berry (beach below [[Ambrette Town]])
* Route 10: Iapapa Berry (right-hand side of path below Menhir stones)
* Route 11: Sitrus Berry (below cave entrance)
* Route 12: Aspear Berry (behind Cut tree below fenced-in grass outside [[Shalour City]])
* Route 14: Roseli Berry (farthest-right path through swamp below [[Laverre City]])
* Route 15: Leppa Berry (over bike jump after [[Laverre City]] gate)
* Route 16: Lum Berry (clearing after winding through very tall grass)
* Route 18: Wacan Berry (behind Cut tree before bridge)
* Route 19: Yache Berry (on mesa across bridge)
* Route 20: Kasib Berry (left-hand path past Mossy Rock clearing)
* Route 21: Figy Berry (across pond behind Cut tree)
* Route 22: Tanga Berry (bottom of waterfall, end of farthest-right path)
 
====Recurring gift items====
Certain items may be given to the player once per day by [[non-player character]]s, often for fulfilling a certain task.
 
In {{3v2|Ruby|Sapphire|Emerald}}, various non-player characters in [[Hoenn]] will give items, usually [[Berry|Berries]], simply when spoken to.
*The younger sister in the flower shop on {{rt|104|Hoenn}} will give one random berry per day.
*A girl on {{rt|111|Hoenn}} will give one {{b| Razz}} Berry once per day.
*A boy on {{rt|114|Hoenn}} will give one {{b| Bluk}}, {{b|Nanab}}, {{b|Pinap}}, Razz, or {{b|Wepear}} Berry per day.
*A woman on {{rt|120|Hoenn}} will give one random berry per day.
*The [[Berry Master]] on {{rt|123|Hoenn}} will give two random berries per day. The [[Berry Master's wife]] will also give a random berry if her question is answered.
*A [[Kiri|girl]] in [[Sootopolis City]] will give two random berries per day.
*An elderly gentleman in [[Pacifidlog Town]] will give either {{TM|21|Frustration}} or {{TM|27|Return}}, depending on the lead Pokémon's happiness. He will give one once per week.
 
In {{v|Platinum}}, there are more non-player characters that require something of the player in order to give an item.
*The manager of the [[Pokémon News Press]] will give the {{player}} three specialty [[Poké Ball]]s and one {{DL|Exchangeable item|Heart Scale}} for showing him the Pokémon he's requested for his exposé.
*There is a man on {{rt|221|Sinnoh}} who will give the player a {{DL|Type-enhancing item|Black Belt}}, {{DL|In-battle effect item|Expert Belt}}, or {{DL|In-battle effect item|Focus Sash}}, once per day, in the aforementioned order, for showing him a Pokémon of the requested level.
*An {{tc|Ace Trainer}} immediately inside the [[Great Marsh]] gate will give the player one random [[Shard]] per day when spoken to.
 
There are a range of recurring gift items in all [[Generation V]] games.
*There is a woman in [[Driftveil City]] who will give the player a Heart Scale if she is shown a Pokémon knowing the requested move.
*There is a {{tc|Fisherman}} in the "Hip Waders" club on the [[Village Bridge]] who will give the player {{ball|Dive}}s once per day for showing him the requested {{type|Water}} Pokémon, with the condition that it must have been caught that day.
*A {{tc|Parasol Lady}} outside of the [[Tubeline Bridge]] gate on {{rt|8|Unova}} will give the player one rock depending on the time of day: a {{DL|In-battle effect item|Damp Rock}} in the morning, {{DL|In-battle effect item|Heat Rock}} during the day, {{DL|In-battle effect item|Smooth Rock}} in the evening and {{DL|In-battle effect item|Icy Rock}} at night.
*The player may take {{DL|Icirrus City|Aha, Wye, and Ditoh's house|Aha}}'s Pep Quiz once per day in [[Icirrus City]]. If correct, the player receives an {{DL|Status condition healing item|Antidote}}. If incorrect, the player receives a {{DL|Status condition healing item|Parlyz Heal}}.
* A {{tc|businessman}} in [[Lacunosa Town]] will give the player one of a selection of Berries on either {{DL|Days of the week|Sunday 5|Sunday}} night{{sup/5|BW}} or {{DL|Days of the week|Monday 6|Monday}} and {{DL|Days of the week|Thursday 6|Thursday}} nights{{sup/5|B2W2}}.
*Lastly, the player may receive a {{DL|Drink|Soda Pop}} once every {{DL|Days of the week|Wednesday 5|Wednesday}} by speaking to the {{tc|waitress}} inside the door of the {{DL|Nacrene City|Café Warehouse}} in [[Nacrene City]].
*Waitress Chris at Village Bridge will award the player one Lum Berry once per day (after defeating her in battle) for fulfilling all four NPC's orders correctly when acting as waiter to them.
 
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 Pokémon 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 Pokémon 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.
 
In {{pkmn|X and Y}},
*A woman traveling from Hotel to Hotel will give the player's lead Pokémon an Emotion Ribbon once per day.
*A Maid in the northwest house in [[Camphrier Town]] will give the player a [[Sweet Heart]] each day.
*In that same house in [[Camphrier Town]], the man will give the player one of the five condition-curing [[Berries]] ({{b|Cheri}}, {{b|Chesto}}, {{b|Pecha}}, {{b|Rawst}}, or {{b|Aspear}}) when shown a Pokémon of the requested type.
*In [[Ambrette Town]], a {{tc|Punk Guy}} beside the Museum will make a trade with the player of a Poké Ball for a Dive Ball once per day.
*Also in [[Ambrette Town]], a girl in the left-hand house will give the player a {{DL|Wing|Health Wing}} when shown a Pokémon with the requested Speed value or higher.
*In [[Coumarine City]], Tierno waits on the cliff above the Pokémon Center and will give the player a {{DL|Exchangeable item|Heart Scale}} when shown a Pokémon with either {{m|Fiery Dance}}, {{m|Quiver Dance}}, {{m|Lunar Dance}}, {{m|Teeter Dance}}, {{m|Petal Dance}}, {{m|Swords Dance}}, {{m|Feather Dance}} or {{m|Dragon Dance}}.
*A stand on the seaside part of [[Coumarine City]] will have one of the following condition-curing Berries left on it each day: Cheri, Chesto, Pecha, Rawst, or Aspear.
*A girl beside the Café in [[Laverre City]] will give the player a {{DL|Escape item|Poké Doll}} once per day if shown a Pokémon 10' tall or taller.
*A young man beside the gate in [[Laverre City]] will give the player a {{DL|Escape item|Poké Doll}} once per day if shown a Pokémon 0.8" or smaller.
*A girl in the house southwest of the windmill in [[Dendemille Town]] will give the player a [[Leppa Berry]] once per day if shown the requested TM.
*A young girl in the Poké Ball Emporium in [[Lumiose City]] will give the player either several {{ball|Heal}}s or one {{ball|Luxury}} once per day if her question is answered in the affirmative.
*The Loto-ID Center in [[Lumiose City]] will provide the player with one of the following Items once per day depending upon how many numerals of the player's Pokémon's ID numbers match: Moomoo Milk for one digit, PP Up for two digits, PP Max for three digits, Rare Candy for four digits, and finally a Master Ball for all five digits.
 
===Fake items===