Key items list

Key items are special, non-disposable items that help with general gameplay. Some items are common to all games, but many have single uses within one game or generation of games. Below is every key item from the Pokémon games, with a short description.

Name
Effect
Acro Bike A folding bicycle that is capable of stunts like jumps and wheelies.
Amaze Mulch Mulch to be used in a Berry field. An amazing Mulch with the effects of Rich, Surprise, and Boost Mulch.
Apricorn Box A handy box where you can store up to 99 Apricorns of each kind.
AuroraTicket A ticket required to board the ship to BIRTH ISLAND. It glows beautifully.
Azure Flute A flute that puts out echoing sounds that do not seem to be of this world. It is unknown who made it.
Basement Key A key that opens a door in the Goldenrod Tunnel.
Berry Pots Handy containers for cultivating Berries wherever you go.
Berry Pouch A pouch for carrying BERRIES. It is attached to the BAG’s compartment for important items.
Bicycle A folding Bicycle that enables much faster movement than the Running Shoes.
Bike Voucher Take this voucher to the BIKE SHOP in CERULEAN CITY and exchange it for a bicycle.
Blue Card A card to save points for the Buena’s Password show.
Blue Orb A shiny blue orb that is said to have a legend and has a deep connection with the Hoenn region.
Boost Mulch Mulch to be used in a Berry field. It increases the Berry harvest that can be grown by diligent watering.
Card Key A card key that opens a shutter in the Radio Tower.
Clear Bell A very old-fashioned bell that makes a gentle ringing.
Coin Case A case for holding Coins obtained at the Game Corner. It holds up to 50,000 Coins.
Contest Pass The pass required for entering POKéMON CONTESTS. It has a drawing of an award ribbon on it.
Coupon 1 A coupon to be exchanged for a Pokémon Watch (Pokétch for short). Three coupons are needed.
Coupon 2 A coupon to be exchanged for a Pokémon Watch (Pokétch for short). Three coupons are needed.
Coupon 3 A coupon to be exchanged for a Pokémon Watch (Pokétch for short). Three coupons are needed.
Dark Stone Zekrom’s body was destroyed and changed into this stone. It is said to be waiting for the emergence of a hero.
Data Card 01 It holds Pokéathlon records. It’s a card that shows how many victories you’ve had.
Data Card 02 It holds Pokéathlon records. It’s a card that shows how many losses you’ve had.
Data Card 03 It holds Pokéathlon records. It’s a card that shows how many times your Pokémon have dashed.
Data Card 04 It holds Pokéathlon records. It’s a card that shows how many times your Pokémon have jumped.
Data Card 05 It holds Pokéathlon records. It’s a card that shows how many times you’ve won the Hurdle Dash.
Data Card 06 It holds Pokéathlon records. It’s a card that shows how many times you’ve won the Relay Run.
Data Card 07 It holds Pokéathlon records. It’s a card that shows how many times you’ve won Pennant Capture.
Data Card 08 It holds Pokéathlon records. It’s a card that shows how many times you’ve won Block Smash.
Data Card 09 It holds Pokéathlon records. It’s a card that shows how many times you’ve won Disc Catch.
Data Card 10 It holds Pokéathlon records. It’s a card that shows how many times you’ve won Snow Throw.
Data Card 11 It holds Pokéathlon records. It’s a card that shows how many points your Pokémon scored.
Data Card 12 It holds Pokéathlon records. It’s a card that shows how many times your Pokémon have failed.
Data Card 13 It holds Pokéathlon records. It’s a card that shows how many times your Pokémon impeded themselves.
Data Card 14 It holds Pokéathlon records. It’s a card that shows how many times your Pokémon have tackled.
Data Card 15 It holds Pokéathlon records. It’s a card that shows how many times your Pokémon have fallen down.
Data Card 16 It holds Pokéathlon records. It’s a card that shows how many times you’ve won Ring Drop.
Data Card 17 It holds Pokéathlon records. It’s a card that shows how many times you’ve won Lamp Jump.
Data Card 18 It holds Pokéathlon records. It’s a card that shows how many times you’ve won Circle Push.
Data Card 19 It holds Pokéathlon records. It’s a card that shows how many Link Pokéathlon wins you’ve had.
Data Card 20 It holds Pokéathlon records. It’s a card that shows how many Link Pokéathlon losses you’ve had.
Data Card 21 It holds Pokéathlon records. It’s a card that shows how many times you’ve won an event.
Data Card 22 It holds Pokéathlon records. It’s a card that shows how many times you’ve lost an event.
Data Card 23 It holds Pokéathlon records. It’s a card that shows how many times you’ve switched Pokémon.
Data Card 24 It holds Pokéathlon records. It’s a card that shows how many times you’ve won Goal Roll.
Data Card 25 It holds Pokéathlon records. It’s a card that shows how many times your Pokémon won individual prizes.
Data Card 26 It holds Pokéathlon records. It’s a card that shows how many times you’ve instructed your Pokémon.
Data Card 27 It holds Pokéathlon records. It’s a card that shows how much time you’ve spent in the Pokéathlon.
Devon Goods A package that contains mechanical parts of some sort made by the DEVON CORPORATION.
Devon Scope A scope that signals the presence of any unseeable POKéMON. It is made by the DEVON CORP.
Dowsing MCHN It checks for unseen items in the area and makes noise and lights when it finds something.
Dragon Skull A skull of a Pokémon which was said to have braved the angry waters to fly around the world.
Enigma Stone A crystal ball that was excavated from the ground. A very beautiful stone that is covered with bits of rock and earth.
Eon Ticket The ticket required for sailing on a ferry to a distant southern island. It features a drawing of an island.
Explorer Kit A bag filled with convenient tools for exploring. It provides access to the Underground.
Fame Checker A device that enables you to recall what you’ve heard and seen about famous people.
Fashion Case A lovely case to store colorful Props for your Pokémon to wear in a musical.
Galactic Key A card key for disengaging security systems in the Galactic HQ. Losing it can result in punishment, apparently.
GB Sounds A music player that allows you to listen to nostalgic songs. It’s operated with a single switch.
Go-Goggles A pair of protective goggles. They enable a TRAINER to travel through even desert sandstorms.
god stone A rare stone.
Gold Teeth A set of false teeth lost by the SAFARI ZONE’S WARDEN. It makes his smile sparkle.
Good Rod A new, good-quality fishing rod. Use it by any body of water to fish for wild aquatic Pokémon.
Gracidea A flower sometimes bundled in bouquets to convey gratitude on special occasions like birthdays.
Gram 1 An important letter which Wingull delivers.
Gram 2 An important letter which Wingull delivers.
Gram 3 An important letter which Wingull delivers.
Jade Orb A shiny green orb that is said to have a legend and has a deep connection with the Hoenn region.
Journal A notebook that keeps a day-to-day record of your adventure so far.
Letter An extremely important letter to STEVEN from the PRESIDENT of the DEVON CORPORATION.
Liberty Pass A special pass to go to Liberty Garden. Board the ship in Castelia City.
Lift Key A key that operates the elevator in TEAM ROCKET’s HIDEOUT. It bears the TEAM ROCKET logo.
Light Stone Reshiram’s body was destroyed and changed into this stone. It is said to be waiting for the emergence of a hero.
Lock Capsule A sturdy Capsule that can only be opened with a special key.
Loot Sack A sturdy, spacious bag that is used to carry loot obtained in the coal mine.
Lost Item The Mime Jr. doll that was lost by the Copycat.
Lumiose Galette A popular treat in Lumiose City. It can be used once to heal all the status conditions of a Pokémon.
Lunar Wing A feather that glows like the moon. It is said to possess the power to dispel nightmares.
Mach Bike A folding bicycle that is at least twice as fast as walking.
Machine Part An important machine part for the Power Plant that was stolen.
Magma Emblem A medal-like item in the same shape as TEAM MAGMA’s mark.
Magma Stone A stone formed when boulders melted in intensely hot magma, then hardened. Magma remains sealed inside.
Mega Ring This ring contains an untold power that somehow enables Pokémon carrying Mega Stones to Mega Evolve in battle.
Member Card A card needed for entering the inn in Canalave City. Oddly, the last date marked on it was 50 years ago.
Meteorite A meteorite that fell from space onto MT. MOON long ago. It is very lumpy and hard.
Mystery Egg A mysterious Egg obtained from Mr. Pokémon. What’s in the Egg is unknown.
MysticTicket A ticket required to board the ship to NAVEL ROCK. It glows with a mystic light.
Oak's Letter A letter from Prof. Oak. Written in it is a request for you to go to Rt. 224.
Oak's Parcel A parcel to be delivered to PROF. OAK from VIRIDIAN CITY’s POKéMON MART.
Old Charm An ancient good-luck charm made of Pokémon bones to be taken to the elder of Celestic Town.
Old Rod An old and beat-up fishing rod. Use it by any body of water to fish for wild aquatic Pokémon.
Old Sea Map A faded sea chart that shows the way to a certain island.
Pal Pad A convenient notepad that is used for registering your friends, Friend Codes, and keeping a record of game play.
Parcel A parcel entrusted in your care. You are supposed to deliver it to your childhood friend who left Twinleaf Town.
Pass A ticket required for riding the Magnet Train. It allows you to ride whenever and however much you’d like.
Photo Album A nice photo album for storing all the photos taken along your adventure.
Poffin Case A case for storing Poffin cooked from Berries.
Point Card A card that lists the Battle Points you have earned.
Poké Flute A flute that is said to instantly awaken any POKéMON. It has a lovely tone.
Poké Radar A tool that can search out Pokémon that are hiding in grass. Its battery is recharged as you walk.
Pokéblock Case A case for holding POKéBLOCKS made with a BERRY BLENDER. It releases one POKéBLOCK when shaken.
Powder Jar A jar for storing BERRY POWDER made using a BERRY CRUSHER.
Prop Case A lovely case to store colorful Props for your Pokémon to wear in a musical.
RageCandyBar A famous Mahogany Town candy tourists like to buy and take home. It restores the HP of one Pokémon by 20 points.
Rainbow Pass A pass for ferries between VERMILION and the SEVII ISLANDS. It features a drawing of a rainbow.
Rainbow Wing A mystical rainbow feather that sparkles.
Red Chain A mythical chain that is said to link the legendary Pokémon that created the Sinnoh region.
Red Orb A shiny red orb that is said to have a legend and has a deep connection with the Hoenn region.
Red Scale A scale from the red GYARADOS. It glows red like a flame.
Rich Mulch Mulch to be used in a Berry field. It increases the Berry harvest without the need for particularly diligent care.
Rm. 1 Key A key that opens the door to Room 1 inside the ABANDONED SHIP. It is old and looks easily broken.
Rm. 2 Key A key that opens the door to Room 2 inside the ABANDONED SHIP. It is old and looks easily broken.
Rm. 4 Key A key that opens the door to Room 4 inside the ABANDONED SHIP. It is old and looks easily broken.
Rm. 6 Key A key that opens the door to Room 6 inside the ABANDONED SHIP. It is old and looks easily broken.
Ruby An exquisitely beautiful gem that has a red glow. It symbolizes passion.
Rule Book It lists the rules for holding battles. For linked battles, you may choose which set of rules you wish to use.
Sapphire An exquisitely beautiful gem that has a blue glow. It symbolizes honesty.
Scanner A device used to search for life-forms in water. It looks too difficult to use.
Seal Bag A tiny bag that can hold ten Seals for decorating Poké Balls.
Seal Case A case for storing Seals that can be applied to the capsule cases of Poké Balls.
Secret Key A high-tech key that has to be used at a specific location. It emits a special electric signal to open a door.
SecretPotion A fantastic medicine dispensed by the pharmacy in Cianwood City. It fully heals a Pokémon of any ailment.
Silph Scope A scope that makes unseeable POKéMON visible. It is made by SILPH CO.
Silver Wing A strange, silvery feather that sparkles.
SlowpokeTail A very tasty tail of something. It sells for a high price.
Soot Sack A sack used to collect volcanic ash automatically during walks over deep ash.
Sprayduck A watering can shaped like a PSYDUCK. It helps promote healthy growth of Berries planted in soft soil.
SquirtBottle A bottle used for watering plants in the Berry Pots.
S.S. Ticket The ticket required for sailing on the ferry S.S. Aqua. It has a drawing of a ship on it.
Storage Key The key to Team Galactic’s sinister warehouse located at the edge of Veilstone City.
Suite Key A key to one of the suites at the luxury hotel by a lake. For some odd reason, it often disappears.
Super Rod An awesome, high-tech fishing rod. Use it by any body of water to fish for wild aquatic Pokémon.
Surprise Mulch Mulch to be used in a Berry field. It causes strange, sudden mutations based on the combination of Berries.
Tea An aromatic tea prepared by an old lady. It will slake even the worst thirst.
Teachy TV A television set that is tuned to a program with useful tips for novice TRAINERS.
Tidal Bell A very old-fashioned bell that makes a gentle ringing.
TM Case A case that holds TMs and HMs. It is attached to the BAG’s compartment for important items.
Town Map A very convenient map that can be viewed anytime. It even shows your present location.
Tri-Pass A pass for ferries between ONE, TWO, and THREE ISLAND. It has a drawing of three islands.
Unown Report A report of all the discovered kinds of UNOWN.
Vs. Recorder An amazing device that can record a battle either between friends or at a special battle facility.
Vs. Seeker A device that indicates Trainers who want to battle. Its battery charges while you walk.
Wailmer Pail A nifty watering pail. Use it to promote strong growth in BERRIES planted in soft soil.
Works Key A large key for operating the doors of the Valley Windworks in the canyon. It was held by a Team Galactic Grunt.
Xtransceiver A high-tech transceiver with a camera function. It allows up to four-way calls.