Pokémon item list

This is a full list of every Pokémon item from all 9 generations of the game series. Items from the Key pocket of the bag (such as the Bike or Super Rod) are listed on the separate key items page.

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Name
Category
Effect
Ability Capsule Hold items A capsule that allows a Pokémon with two Abilities to switch between these Abilities when it is used.
Ability Patch General items Changes a Pokémon's ability to its Hidden Ability.
Ability Shield An item to be held by a Pokémon. This cute and rather unique-looking shield protects the holder from having its Ability changed by others.
Ability Urge Battle items When used, it activates the Ability of an ally Pokémon.
Abomasite Hold items Enables Abomasnow to Mega Evolve during battle.
Absolite Hold items Enables Absol to Mega Evolve during battle.
Absorb Bulb Hold items A consumable bulb. If the holder is hit by a Water-type move, its Sp. Atk will rise.
Academy Ball The academy’s standard-issue ball in a regulation size. Lots of students believe that if you kick it right on the academy emblem, it’ll fly in a straight line.
Academy Bottle A bottle emblazoned with the academy’s emblem. It’s light, sturdy, and vacuum insulated, so it’ll keep your hots hot and your colds cold.
Academy Cup The academy’s standard-issue cup for picnicking. The careful design of its mouth makes it popular both inside and outside the academy.
Academy Tablecloth The academy’s standard-issue tablecloth. It’s made with the latest fiber-processing technology and is so tough that not even a Razor Claw can tear it.
Adamant Crystal Hold items
Adamant Mint Battle items Changes the Pokémon's stats to match the Adamant nature.
Adamant Orb Hold items Increases the power of Dragon- and Steel-type moves when held by Dialga.
Adrenaline Orb Hold items Using it makes wild Pokémon more likely to call for help. If held by a Pokémon, it boosts Speed when intimidated. It can be used only once.
Aerodactylite Hold items Enables Aerodactyl to Mega Evolve during battle.
Aggronite Hold items Enables Aggron to Mega Evolve during battle.
Aguav Berry Berries Restores HP if it's low, but may cause confusion.
Air Balloon Hold items When held by a Pokémon, the Pokémon will float into the air. When the holder is attacked, this item will burst.
Alakazite Hold items Enables Alakazam to Mega Evolve during battle.
Alomomola Mucus Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Aloraichium Z Hold items Allows Alolan Raichu to upgrade Thunderbolt to a Z-Move, Stoked Sparksurfer.
Altarianite Hold items Enables Altaria to Mega Evolve during battle.
Ampharosite Hold items Enables Ampharos to Mega Evolve during battle.
Amulet Coin Hold items Doubles prize money if held.
Antidote Medicine A spray-type medicine. It lifts the effect of poison from one Pokémon.
Apicot Berry Berries Raises Special Defense when HP is low.
Apple This very sweet ingredient is sliced thin to make it easy to add into a sandwich.
Applin Juice Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Apricorn General items A fruit whose shell can be used to form the capsules of all manner of Poké Balls when crafting them from scratch.
Armor Fossil General items A fossil from a prehistoric Pokémon that lived on the land. It appears to be part of a collar.
Armorite Ore General items
Arrokuda Scales Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Aspear Berry Berries If held by a Pokémon, it defrosts it.
Assault Vest Hold items Raises Special Defense but prevents the use of status moves.
Audinite Hold items Enables Audino to Mega Evolve during battle.
Auspicious Armor General items Evolves Charcadet into Armarouge.
Aux Evasion Battle items Makes moves less likely to strike a Pokémon during a battle.
Aux Guard Battle items Sharply boosts the defensive stats of a Pokémon during a battle.
Aux Power Battle items Sharply boosts the offensive stats of a Pokémon during a battle.
Aux Powerguard Battle items Sharply boosts the offensive and defensive stats of a Pokémon during a battle.
Avocado An ingredient with sweet notes—though its flavor is very mild. The avocado’s richness, however, makes it satisfying to eat.
Awakening Medicine A spray-type medicine. It awakens a Pokémon from the clutches of sleep.
Axew Scales Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Azurill Fur Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Babiri Berry Berries Weakens a supereffective Steel-type attack against the holding Pokémon.
Bach's Food Tin General items One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. The tinned food that Bach sells is curiously popular in Galar.
Bacon This very salty ingredient has been cooked just shy of charred, making it burst with fragrance and tasty flavor.
Bagon Scales Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Baguette A long loaf sliced into top and bottom halves. Its aroma of wheat and its straightforward, salty flavor make it pair well with all kinds of sandwich ingredients.
Ball of Mud General items
Balm Mushroom General items A rare mushroom which gives off a nice fragrance. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
Banana A very sweet ingredient. This go-to fruit is sweet and rich, and it’s beloved by many Pokémon.
Banettite Hold items Enables Banette to Mega Evolve during battle.
Barboach Slime Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Barred Cup A cup that’s as good for using at home as on a picnic. It’s light, sturdy, and stacks well, so it’s a cinch to pack up and carry around.
Basculin Fang Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Basil A very bitter ingredient that’s quite versatile, as herbs go. It’s fragrant and goes well with tomatoes.
Battle Tablecloth A garish, eye-catching tablecloth. Putting this on your picnic table will inspire any person or Pokémon who eats there to do their best.
Beach Glass General items A piece of colored glass. Waves have rounded its edges. It's slightly rough to the touch.
Bean Cake General items
Beast Ball Pokeballs A special Poké Ball designed to catch Ultra Beasts. It has a low success rate for catching others.
Beedrillite Hold items Enables Beedrill to Mega Evolve during battle.
Belue Berry Berries A Berry which is very rare in the Unova region. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
Bergmite Ice Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Berry Juice Medicine A 100% pure juice made of Berries. It restores the HP of one Pokémon by just 20 points.
Berry Sweet Hold items Evolves Milcery into Blueberry Flavor Alcremie.
Big Bamboo Shoot A large and rare bamboo shoot. It’s extremely popular with a certain class of gourmands.
Big Malasada Medicine Heals all major status conditions.
Big Mushroom General items A large and rare mushroom. It is sought after by collectors.
Big Nugget General items A big nugget of pure gold that gives off a lustrous gleam. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
Big Pearl General items A quite-large pearl that sparkles in a pretty silver color. It can be sold at a high price to shops.
Big Root Hold items Recovers more HP from HP-stealing moves.
Binding Band Hold items A band that increases the power of binding moves when held.
Bitter Herba Mystica A legendary condiment with a deeply bitter taste. It’s said to dramatically bolster a body’s immune defenses, though that hasn’t been proven.
Black Apricorn General items A black Apricorn It has an indescribable scent.
Black Augurite General items A glassy black stone that produces a sharp cutting edge when split. It’s loved by a certain Pokémon.
Black Belt Hold items Increases the power of Fighting-type moves.
Black Flute General items A toy flute made from black glass. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
Black Glasses Hold items Increases the power of Dark-type moves.
Black Sludge Hold items A held item that gradually restores the HP of Poison-type Pokémon. It inflicts damage on all other types.
Black Tumblestone General items
Blank Plate Hold items
Blastoisinite Hold items Enables Blastoise to Mega Evolve during battle.
Blazikenite Hold items Enables Blaziken to Mega Evolve during battle.
Blue Apricorn General items A blue Apricorn. It smells a bit like grass.
Blue Bottle A go-to bottle widely used for drinks at picnics. Its simple design and portability make it popular among all sorts of people.
Blue Cup A cup sold with the Blue Bottle. The two don’t stack, so they’re tough to pack—but they look good, so they’re popular with those who like to post picnic photos.
Blue Dish A dish for picnics. Comes in plenty of colors to choose from based on the food or the mood. The blue variety is a consistent strong seller.
Blue-Flag Pick This pick flies a blue flag that lends an air of adventure. The flag itself is made of card stock, so it’ll fly proudly even with no wind.
Blue Flute General items A toy flute made from blue glass. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
Blue Poké Ball Pick A sandwich pick with a simple blue Poké Ball design. Often used by Trainers who picked a Water-type Pokémon for their first partner.
Blue Scarf General items Raises holder's Beauty aspect in a Contest.
Blue Shard General items A small blue shard. It appears to be from some sort of implement made long ago.
Blue-Sky Flower Pick A flower pick designed to evoke a blue sky. It’s part of a line of “sky-flower” picks. Using a few is guaranteed to boost that special picnic spirit.
Blue Tablecloth A simple blue tablecloth. It’s smooth and pleasant to the touch, and dishes can be placed on it with hardly a sound.
Bluk Berry Berries A Berry which is very rare in the Unova region. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
Blunder Policy Hold items Raises Speed sharply if its attack misses.
Bob's Food Tin General items One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. The tinned food that Bob sells is curiously popular in Galar.
Boiled Egg General items One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. Even just one boiled egg can really enhance a dish.
Bold Mint Battle items Changes the Pokémon's stats to match the Bold nature.
Bombirdier Feather Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Bonsly Tears Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Booster Energy An item to be held by Pokémon with certain Abilities. The energy that fills this capsule boosts the strength of the Pokémon.
Bottle Cap General items Maximizes one IV stat in Hyper Training.
Bounsweet Sweat Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Bramblin Twig Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Brave Mint Battle items Changes the Pokémon's stats to match the Brave nature.
Bread General items One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. An indispensable tool for mopping up that extra curry left on your plate.
Bright Powder Hold items Lowers the opponent's accuracy.
Brittle Bones General items One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. The taste boiled off from the bones is sure to give a dish a light umami taste.
Bronze Bottle A popular option among hikers. It’s made with titanium, so it doesn’t rust even if it’s used to hold drinks with high sodium content.
Bronze Cup A popular option among hikers. It’s made with titanium, so it doesn’t rust even if it’s used to hold drinks with high sodium content.
Bronzor Fragment Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Bruxish Tooth Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Bug Gem Hold items Increases the power of a Bug-type move only once.
Bug Memory Hold items Changes Silvally and its move Multi-Attack to Bug type.
Bug Tera Shard On rare occasions, these shards form when a Tera Pokémon falls in battle and its Tera Jewel shatters.
Buginium Z Hold items Allows the use of Savage Spin-Out, the Bug type Z-Move.
Bugwort General items
Buizel Fur Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Burn Drive Hold items Changes Techno Blast to a Fire-type move when held by Genesect.
Burn Heal Medicine A spray-type medicine. It heals a single Pokémon that is suffering from a burn.
Butter A condiment that unites salty and sweet and also packs a richness that makes bread a delight to eat. The finest butter products are made of 100 percent Moomoo Milk.
B&W Grass Tablecloth A tablecloth with a fun, trendy black-and-white design featuring Pokémon that seem poised to leap from the tall grass at any moment.
Cacnea Needle Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Cake-Lure Base General items
Calcium Medicine Increases Special Attack EVs by 10.
Calm Mint Battle items Changes the Pokémon's stats to match the Calm nature.
Cameruptite Hold items Enables Camerupt to Mega Evolve during battle.
Candy Truffle General items
Capsakid Seed Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Carbos Medicine Increases Speed EVs by 10.
Careful Mint Battle items Changes the Pokémon's stats to match the Careful nature.
Carrot Seeds General items Seeds to plant in a field. The kind of carrot you’ll get is determined by which field you plant the seeds in.
Casteliacone Medicine Heals all major status conditions.
Caster Fern General items
Cell Battery Hold items A consumable battery. If the holder is hit by an Electric-type move, its Attack will rise.
Cetoddle Grease Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Chalky Stone General items A small whitish stone picked up at the edge of the road.
Charcadet Soot Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Charcoal Hold items Increases the power of Fire-type moves.
Charizardite X Hold items Enables Charizard to Mega Evolve during battle.
Charizardite Y Hold items Enables Charizard to Mega Evolve during battle.
Charti Berry Berries Weakens a supereffective Rock-type attack against the holding Pokémon.
Cheese A very salty ingredient. This thinly sliced cheese is perfect for adding to a sandwich.
Cheri Berry Berries If held by a Pokémon, it recovers from paralysis.
Cherish Ball Pokeballs A quite rare Poké Ball that has been specially crafted to commemorate an occasion of some sort.
Cherry Tomatoes A very tart ingredient. Some varieties are also very sweet, and these are prized above all others by the people of Paldea.
Chesto Berry Berries If held by a Pokémon, it recovers from sleep.
Chewtle Claw Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Chilan Berry Berries Weakens a Normal-type attack against the Pokémon holding this berry.
Chili Sauce A condiment with a very spicy kick. It’s thanks to Scovillain that this sauce gets its signature mouth-tingling burn.
Chill Drive Hold items Changes Techno Blast to an Ice-type move when held by Genesect.
Chipped Pot Hold items Evolves Sinistea into Polteageist.
Choice Band Hold items Raises Attack, but only one move can be used.
Choice Dumpling General items
Choice Scarf Hold items Raises Speed, but only one move can be used.
Choice Specs Hold items Raises Special Attack, but only one move can be used.
Chople Berry Berries Weakens a supereffective Fighting-type attack against the holding Pokémon.
Chorizo A very salty and spicy ingredient. This type of sausage has particularly robust salty flavor, and the spicier varieties are extra popular.
Clauncher Claw Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Claw Fossil General items A fossil of an ancient Pokémon that lived in the sea. It appears to be part of a claw.
Cleanse Tag Hold items An item to be held by a Pokémon. It helps keep wild Pokémon away if the holder is the first one in the party.
Clear Amulet An item to be held by a Pokémon. This clear, sparkling amulet protects the holder from having its stats lowered by moves used against it or by other Pokémon’s Abilities.
Clever Wing Medicine Increases Special Defense EVs by 1.
Clover Sweet Hold items Evolves Milcery into Clover Flavor Alcremie.
Coba Berry Berries Weakens a supereffective Flying-type attack against the holding Pokémon.
Coconut Milk General items One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. The refined sweetness of this coconut milk makes it quite popular.
Colbur Berry Berries Weakens a supereffective Dark-type attack against the holding Pokémon.
Combee Honey Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Comet Shard General items A shard which fell to the ground when a comet approached. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
Cornn Berry Berries A Berry which is very rare in the Unova region. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
Courage Candy Medicine Increases a Pokémon's Special Defense stat by 1.
Courage Candy L Medicine Increases a Pokémon's Special Defense stat.
Courage Candy XL Medicine Increases a Pokémon's Special Defense stat.
Cover Fossil General items A fossil of an ancient Pokémon that lived in the sea in ancient times. It appears to be part of its back.
Covert Cloak Hold items Conceals the holder, protecting it from the additional effects of moves.
Crabrawler Shell Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Cracked Pot Hold items Evolves Sinistea into Polteageist.
Crafting Kit General items
Cream Cheese A condiment offering very sweet and very tart flavor. It goes well with more ingredients than you’d expect, making it a convenient go-to.
Croagunk Poison Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Crunchy Salt General items
Cryogonal Ice Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Cubchoo Fur Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Cucumber A tart and bitter ingredient. Using it together with rich-tasting ingredients in a sandwich will really make the most of a cucumber’s fresh-veggie aroma.
Cufant Tarnish Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Curry Powder A very spicy condiment. Just watch out—use too much of this potent seasoning, and it’ll cancel out the other flavors.
Custap Berry Berries Holder can move first when HP is low.
Cyber Ball A ball themed after hardcore gaming PCs. It may not light up like its inspiration, but it still stands out.
Cyclizar Scales Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Damp Mulch General items A fertilizer to be spread on soft soil in regions where Berries are grown. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
Damp Rock Hold items A Pokémon held item that extends the duration of the move Rain Dance used by the holder.
Dark Gem Hold items Increases the power of a Dark-type move only once.
Dark Memory Hold items Changes Silvally and its move Multi-Attack to Dark type.
Dark Tera Shard On rare occasions, these shards form when a Tera Pokémon falls in battle and its Tera Jewel shatters.
Darkinium Z Hold items Allows the use of Black Hole Eclipse, the Dark type Z-Move.
Dawn Stone General items Evolves certain species of Pokémon.
Dazzling Honey General items
Decidium Z Hold items Allows Decidueye to upgrade Spirit Shackle to a Z-Move, Sinister Arrow Raid.
Dedenne Fur Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Deep Sea Scale Hold items Increases Special Defense when held by Clamperl. Evolves Clamperl when traded holding the item.
Deep Sea Tooth Hold items Increases Special Attack when held by Clamperl. Evolves Clamperl when traded holding the item.
Deerling Hair Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Deino Scales Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Delibird Parcel Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Destiny Knot Hold items A long, thin, bright-red string to be held by a Pokémon. If the holder becomes infatuated, the foe does too.
Diamond Bottle A diamond-patterned bottle that’s small, light, and even comes with a cup. The detachable strap makes it handy for walking around with.
Diamond Pattern Cup A cup that’s as good for using at home as on a picnic. It’s light, sturdy, and stacks well, so it’s a cinch to pack up and carry around.
Diamond Tablecloth A tablecloth with a fashionable diamond pattern. It’s great at repelling water and mold, and stains and smudges wipe right off.
Diancite Hold items Enables Diancie to Mega Evolve during battle.
Digger Drill A single-use drill to bore a hole in the wall for your Secret Base.
Diglett Dirt Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Dire Hit Battle items Raises critical-hit ratio of a Pokémon in battle.
Dire Hit 2 Battle items Raises a Pokémon's critical-hit ratio in battle.
Dire Hit 3 Battle items Greatly raises a Pokémon's critical-hit ratio in battle.
Direshroom General items
Discount Coupon General items This special coupon allows you to buy items at a discount when you are shopping at a boutique.
Discovery Slate A slate overflowing with enigmatic energy. You can feel a strong connection between it and the Discovery Room at Ramanas Park.
Distortion Slate A slate overflowing with enigmatic energy. You can feel a strong connection between it and the Distortion Room at Ramanas Park.
Ditto Goo Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Dive Ball Pokeballs A somewhat different Poké Ball that works especially well on Pokémon that live underwater.
DNA Splicers General items A splicer that fuses Kyurem and a certain Pokémon. They are said to have been one in the beginning.
Dome Fossil General items A fossil of an ancient Pokémon that lived in the sea. It appears to be part of a shell.
Dondozo Whisker Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Doppel Bonnets General items
Douse Drive Hold items Changes Techno Blast to a Water-type move when held by Genesect.
Draco Plate Hold items Increases power of Dragon-type moves. Changes Arceus' type to Dragon.
Dragon Fang Hold items Increases the power of Dragon-type moves.
Dragon Gem Hold items Increases the power of a Dragon-type move only once.
Dragon Memory Hold items Changes Silvally and its move Multi-Attack to Dragon type.
Dragon Scale General items Evolves Seadra when traded holding the item.
Dragon Tera Shard On rare occasions, these shards form when a Tera Pokémon falls in battle and its Tera Jewel shatters.
Dragonium Z Hold items Allows the use of Devastating Drake, the Dragon type Z-Move.
Dratini Scales Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Dread Plate Hold items Increases power of Dark-type moves. Changes Arceus' type to Dark.
Dream Ball Pokeballs A special Poké Ball that appears out of nowhere in a bag at the Entree Forest. It can catch any Pokémon.
Dreepy Powder Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Drifloon Gas Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Dropped Item Hold items The Xtransceiver found at the Nimbasa City amusement park. It seems it belongs to a boy.
Drowzee Fur Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Dubious Disc General items Evolves Porygon2 when traded holding the item.
Dunsparce Scales Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Durin Berry Berries A Berry which is very rare in the Unova region. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
Dusk Ball Pokeballs A somewhat different Poké Ball that makes it easier to catch wild Pokémon at night or in dark places like caves.
Dusk Stone General items Evolves certain species of Pokémon.
Dynamax Candy Medicine Raises Dynamax Level.
Dynite Ore General items Mysterious ore that can be obtained in the Max Lair. Something good will happen if you give it to a collector in the Crown Tundra.
Earth Plate Hold items Increases power of Ground-type moves. Changes Arceus' type to Ground.
Eevee Cup A cup for big-time Pokémon fans. Kids will happily drink out of it, making it a boon to parents.
Eevee Fur Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Eevium Z Hold items Allows Eevee to upgrade Last Resort to a Z-Move, Extreme Evoboost.
Egg An ingredient with a touch of saltiness. It’s full of nutrients and can be enjoyed with all sorts of seasonings.
Eiscue Down Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Eject Button Hold items If the holder is hit by an attack, it will switch with another Pokémon in your party.
Eject Pack Hold items The Pokémon switches out if its stats are lowered.
Electirizer General items Evolves Electabuzz when traded holding the item.
Electric Gem Hold items Increases the power of an Electric-type move only once.
Electric Memory Hold items Changes Silvally and its move Multi-Attack to Electric type.
Electric Seed Hold items An item to be held by a Pokémon. It boosts Defense on Electric Terrain. It can only be used once.
Electric Tera Shard On rare occasions, these shards form when a Tera Pokémon falls in battle and its Tera Jewel shatters.
Electrium Z Hold items Allows the use of Gigavolt Havoc, the Electric type Z-Move.
Elevator Key Hold items A card key that activates the elevator in Lysandre Labs. It is emblazoned with Team Flare's logo.
Elixir Medicine It restores the PP of all the moves learned by the targeted Pokémon by 10 points each.
Energy Powder Medicine Restores 60 HP but lowers Friendship.
Energy Root Medicine Restores 120 HP but lowers Friendship.
Enigma Berry Berries If held by a Pokémon, it restores its HP if it is hit by any supereffective attack.
Escape Rope General items A long, durable rope. Use it to escape instantly from a cave or a dungeon.
Ether Medicine It restores the PP of a Pokémon's selected move by a maximum of 10 points.
Everstone Hold items An item to be held by a Pokémon. The Pokémon holding this peculiar stone is prevented from evolving.
Eviolite Hold items A mysterious evolutionary lump. When held, it raises the Defense and Sp. Def of a Pokémon that can still evolve.
Exercise Ball A big ball designed for exercising. It can work as a seat if you get tired, too.
Exp. Candy L Medicine
Exp. Candy M Medicine
Exp. Candy S Medicine
Exp. Candy XL Medicine Increases the Pokémon's Exp points by 30,000.
Exp. Candy XS Medicine
Exp. Share Hold items An item to be held by a Pokémon. The holder gets a share of a battle's Exp. Points without battling.
Expert Belt Hold items Increases the power of super-effective moves.
Fairium Z Hold items Allows the use of Twinkle Tackle, the Fairy type Z-Move.
Fairy Gem General items Increases the power of a Fairy-type move only once.
Fairy Memory Hold items Changes Silvally and its move Multi-Attack to Fairy type.
Fairy Tera Shard On rare occasions, these shards form when a Tera Pokémon falls in battle and its Tera Jewel shatters.
Falinks Sweat Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Fancy Apple General items One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. An apple chosen above others. It has spectacular form and a brilliant sheen.
Fast Ball Pokeballs A Poké Ball that makes it easier to catch Pokémon which are quick to run away.
Feather Ball Pokeballs
Festival Ticket General items A ticket that allows you to host a mission in Festival Plaza.
Fidough Fur Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Fighting Gem Hold items Increases the power of a Fighting-type move only once.
Fighting Memory Hold items Changes Silvally and its move Multi-Attack to Fighting type.
Fighting Tera Shard On rare occasions, these shards form when a Tera Pokémon falls in battle and its Tera Jewel shatters.
Fightinium Z Hold items Allows the use of All-Out Pummeling, the Fighting type Z-Move.
Figy Berry Berries Restores HP if it's low, but may cause confusion.
Fine Remedy Medicine
Finizen Mucus Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Finneon Scales Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Fire Gem Hold items Increases the power of a Fire-type move only once.
Fire Memory Hold items Changes Silvally and its move Multi-Attack to Fire type.
Fire Pattern Cup A cup that’s as good for using at home as on a picnic. It’s light, sturdy, and stacks well, so it’s a cinch to pack up and carry around.
Fire Stone General items Evolves certain species of Pokémon.
Fire Tera Shard On rare occasions, these shards form when a Tera Pokémon falls in battle and its Tera Jewel shatters.
Firium Z Hold items Allows the use of Inferno Overdrive, the Fire type Z-Move.
Fist Plate Hold items Increases power of Fighting-type moves. Changes Arceus' type to Fighting.
Flabébé Pollen Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Flame Orb Hold items An item to be held by a Pokémon. It is a bizarre orb that inflicts a burn on the holder in battle.
Flame Plate Hold items Increases power of Fire-type moves. Changes Arceus' type to Fire.
Flamigo Down Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Fletchling Feather Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Flittle Down Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Float Stone Hold items A very light stone. It reduces the weight of a Pokémon when held.
Flower Pattern Cup A cup for kids to use at picnics. It’s made of light but strong material. It’s stackable, which makes it handy for carrying around.
Flower Sweet Hold items Evolves Milcery into Flower Flavor Alcremie.
Fluffy Tail General items An item that attracts Pokémon. Use it to flee from any battle with a wild Pokémon.
Flying Gem Hold items Increases the power of a Flying-type move only once.
Flying Memory Hold items Changes Silvally and its move Multi-Attack to Flying type.
Flying Tera Shard On rare occasions, these shards form when a Tera Pokémon falls in battle and its Tera Jewel shatters.
Flyinium Z Hold items Allows the use of Supersonic Skystrike, the Flying type Z-Move.
Focus Band Hold items An item to be held by a Pokémon. The holder may endure a potential KO attack, leaving it with just 1 HP.
Focus Sash Hold items An item to be held by a Pokémon. If it has full HP, the holder will endure one potential KO attack, leaving 1 HP.
Fomantis Leaf Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Foongus Spores Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Fossilized Bird General items The fossil of an ancient Pokémon that once soared through the sky. What it looked like is a mystery.
Fossilized Dino General items The fossil of an ancient Pokémon that once lived in the sea. What it looked like is a mystery.
Fossilized Drake General items The fossil of an ancient Pokémon that once roamed the land. What it looked like is a mystery.
Fossilized Fish General items The fossil of an ancient Pokémon that once lived in the sea. What it looked like is a mystery.
Fresh Cream General items One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. Add some whipped cream to a spicy curry to give it some sweetness.
Fresh Water Medicine Restores 30 HP.
Fried Fillet When used in a sandwich, this very salty and bitter ingredient is at its best paired with sour seasonings.
Fried Food General items One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. It’s been a while since it was fried, so it’s gotten greasy.
Friend Ball Pokeballs A Poké Ball that makes caught Pokémon more friendly.
Frigibax Scales Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Fruit Bunch General items One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. The syrupy fruits give off a strong tropical feel.
Full Heal Medicine A spray-type medicine. It heals all the status problems of a single Pokémon.
Full Incense Hold items Holder always attacks last. Breeding Snorlax produces Munchlax when held.
Full Restore Medicine A medicine that fully restores the HP and heals any status problems of a single Pokémon.
Galarica Cuff General items Evolves Galarian Slowpoke into Galarian Slowbro.
Galarica Twig General items
Galarica Wreath General items Evolves Galarian Slowpoke into Galarian Slowking.
Galladite Hold items Enables Gallade to Mega Evolve during battle.
Ganlon Berry Berries Raises Defense when HP is low.
Garchompite Hold items Enables Garchomp to Mega Evolve during battle.
Gardevoirite Hold items Enables Gardevoir to Mega Evolve during battle.
Gastly Gas Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Gengarite Hold items Enables Gengar to Mega Evolve during battle.
Genius Wing Medicine Increases Special Attack EVs by 1.
Genome Slate A slate overflowing with enigmatic energy. You can feel a strong connection between it and the Genome Room at Ramanas Park.
Gentle Mint Battle items Changes the Pokémon's stats to match the Gentle nature.
Ghost Gem Hold items Increases the power of a Ghost-type move only once.
Ghost Memory Hold items Changes Silvally and its move Multi-Attack to Ghost type.
Ghost Tera Shard On rare occasions, these shards form when a Tera Pokémon falls in battle and its Tera Jewel shatters.
Ghostium Z Hold items Allows the use of Never-Ending Nightmare, the Ghost type Z-Move.
Gible Scales Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Gigantamix General items One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. A mysterious spice. Even a tiny sprinkle is sure to make a curry gigantic.
Gigaton Ball Pokeballs
Gimmighoul Coin Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It seems that Gimmighoul treasure and hoard these.
Girafarig Fur Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Glalitite Hold items Enables Glalie to Mega Evolve during battle.
Glimmet Crystal Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Gold Bottle A popular option among hikers. It’s made with titanium, so it doesn’t rust even if it’s used to hold drinks with high sodium content.
Gold Bottle Cap General items Maximizes all of a Pokémon's IV stats in Hyper Training.
Gold Cup A popular option among hikers. It’s made with titanium, so it doesn’t rust even if it’s used to hold drinks with high sodium content.
Gold Leaf General items
Gold Pick A golden pick that oozes class. Using it on a sandwich lends an extravagant air that’ll make you want to eat up, even if you don’t love the fillings.
Golden Nanab Berry Berries Drastically calms a Pokémon in battle, in Let's Go Pikachu/Eevee.
Golden Pinap Berry Berries Drastically increases chance of getting items when a Pokémon is caught, in Pokémon Let's Go.
Golden Razz Berry Berries Makes a Pokémon easier to catch in Pokémon Let's Go.
Gooey Mulch General items A fertilizer to be spread on soft soil in regions where Berries are grown. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
Goomy Goo Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Gothita Eyelash Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Grain Cake General items
Grass Gem Hold items Increases the power of a Grass-type move only once.
Grass Memory Hold items Changes Silvally and its move Multi-Attack to Grass type.
Grass Tera Shard On rare occasions, these shards form when a Tera Pokémon falls in battle and its Tera Jewel shatters.
Grassium Z Hold items Allows the use of Bloom Doom, the Grass type Z-Move.
Grassy Seed Hold items An item to be held by a Pokémon. It boosts Defense on Grassy Terrain. It can only be used once.
Great Ball Pokeballs A good, high-performance Ball that provides a higher Pokémon catch rate than a standard Poké Ball.
Greavard Wax Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Green Apricorn General items A green Apricorn. It has a mysterious, aromatic scent.
Green Bell Pepper An ingredient with some bitterness. When sliced, it adds a nice accent to a sandwich.
Green Dish A dish for picnics. Comes in plenty of colors to choose from based on the food or the mood. The green variety is quite popular.
Green Poké Ball Pick A sandwich pick with a simple green Poké Ball design. Often used by Trainers who picked a Grass-type Pokémon for their first partner.
Green Scarf General items Raises holder's Smart aspect in a Contest.
Green Shard General items A small green shard. It appears to be from some sort of implement made long ago.
Grepa Berry Berries Increases Friendship but lowers Special Defense EVs.
Grimer Toxin Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Grip Claw Hold items A Pokémon held item that extends the duration of multiturn attacks like Bind and Wrap.
Griseous Core Hold items
Griseous Orb Hold items Increases the power of Dragon- and Ghost-type moves when held by Giratina, and changes it to Origin Forme.
Grit Dust Hold items
Grit Gravel Hold items
Grit Pebble Hold items
Grit Rock Hold items
Ground Gem Hold items Increases the power of a Ground-type move only once.
Ground Memory Hold items Changes Silvally and its move Multi-Attack to Ground type.
Ground Tera Shard On rare occasions, these shards form when a Tera Pokémon falls in battle and its Tera Jewel shatters.
Groundium Z Hold items Allows the use of Tectonic Rage, the Ground type Z-Move.
Growlithe Fur Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Growth Mulch General items A fertilizer to be spread on soft soil in regions where Berries are grown. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
Grubby Hanky Hold items A handkerchief dropped by a regular at Café Warehouse. It smells faintly like a Pokémon.
Guard Spec. Battle items Prevents stat reduction for five turns.
Gulpin Mucus Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Gyaradosite Hold items Enables Gyarados to Mega Evolve during battle.
Haban Berry Berries Weakens a supereffective Dragon-type attack against the holding Pokémon.
Ham A very salty ingredient—and that very saltiness is what makes it such a nice companion to veggies.
Hamburger This very salty ingredient is the thing to add if you want to make your sandwich truly filling.
Happiny Dust Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Hard Stone Hold items Increases the power of Rock-type moves.
Hasty Mint Battle items Changes the Pokémon's stats to match the Hasty nature.
Hatenna Dust Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Hawlucha Down Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Heal Ball Pokeballs A remedial Poké Ball that restores the caught Pokémon's HP and eliminates any status problem.
Heal Powder Medicine Heals all status problems, but lowers Friendship.
Health Candy Medicine Increases a Pokémon's HP stat by 1.
Health Candy L Medicine Increases a Pokémon's HP stat.
Health Candy XL Medicine Increases a Pokémon's HP stat.
Health Wing Medicine Increases HP EVs by 1.
Heart Scale General items A pretty, heart-shaped scale that is extremely rare. It glows faintly in the colors of the rainbow.
Hearty Grains General items
Heat Rock Hold items A Pokémon held item that extends the duration of the move Sunny Day used by the holder.
Heavy Ball Pokeballs A Poké Ball for catching very heavy Pokémon.
Heavy-Duty Boots Hold items Protects the holder from traps set on the battlefield.
Helix Fossil General items A fossil of an ancient Pokémon that lived in the sea. It appears to be part of a seashell.
Heracronite Hold items Enables Heracross to Mega Evolve during battle.
Heracross Claw Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Herbed Sausage A very salty and bitter ingredient. The balance between the potent saltiness and the herbs’ bitterness make this sausage a pleasure.
Heroic Sword Pick A pick made to be the coolest. Once you’ve eaten, you can pretend you’re a hero of legend. Souvenir shops at tourist spots sell these for some reason.
Hi-tech Earbuds Hold items Strange earbuds that allow you to freely control the volume of various sounds.
Hippopotas Sand Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
HM01 Machines Teaches the move Cut.
HM02 Machines Teaches the move Fly.
HM03 Machines Teaches the move Surf.
HM04 Machines Teaches the move Strength.
HM05 Machines Teaches the move Flash/Defog/Whirlpool/Waterfall.
HM06 Machines Teaches the move Whirlpool/Rock Smash/Dive.
HM07 Machines Teaches the move Waterfall.
HM08 Machines Teaches the move Dive/Rock Climb.
Hometown Muffin General items
Hondew Berry Berries Increases Friendship but lowers Special Attack EVs.
Honey General items A sweet honey with a lush aroma that attracts wild Pokémon when it is used in grass, caves, or on special trees.
Honey Cake General items
Honor Of Kalos Hold items A precious symbol that is awarded only to an individual who has done great things for the Kalos region.
Hopo Berry General items A Berry that can be fed to a Pokémon to restore its PP. If a wild Pokémon eats one of these Berries, that Pokémon’s reactions will be dulled.
Hoppip Leaf Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Horseradish A very spicy condiment. Its distinctive sharp sizzle in your sinuses makes it a good match for rich fillings.
Houndoominite Hold items Enables Houndoom to Mega Evolve during battle.
Houndour Fang Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
HP Up Medicine Increases HP EVs by 10.
Hyper Potion Medicine Restores 120 HP.
Iapapa Berry Berries Restores HP if it's low, but may cause confusion.
Ice Gem Hold items Increases the power of an Ice-type move only once.
Ice Heal Medicine A spray-type medicine. It defrosts a Pokémon that has been frozen solid.
Ice Memory Hold items Changes Silvally and its move Multi-Attack to Ice type.
Ice Stone General items Evolves certain species of Pokémon.
Ice Tera Shard On rare occasions, these shards form when a Tera Pokémon falls in battle and its Tera Jewel shatters.
Iceroot Carrot General items Produce that the King of Bountiful Harvests’ beloved steed likes to eat. It grew in a field covered in snow.
Icicle Plate Hold items Increases power of Ice-type moves. Changes Arceus' type to Ice.
Icium Z Hold items Allows the use of Subzero Slammer, the Ice type Z-Move.
Icy Rock Hold items A Pokémon held item that extends the duration of the move Hail used by the holder.
Igglybuff Fluff Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Impidimp Hair Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Impish Mint Battle items Changes the Pokémon's stats to match the Impish nature.
Incinium Z Hold items Allows Incineroar to upgrade Darkest Lariat to a Z-Move, Malicious Moonsault.
Indeedee Fur Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Insect Plate Hold items Increases power of Bug-type moves. Changes Arceus' type to Bug.
Instant Noodles General items One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. It has a junk-food sort of taste, but it goes well with curry.
Intriguing Stone Hold items A rather curious stone that might appear to be valuable to some. It's all in the eye of the beholder.
Iron Medicine Increases Defense EVs by 10.
Iron Ball Hold items A Pokémon held item that cuts Speed. It makes Flying-type and levitating holders susceptible to Ground moves.
Iron Barktongue General items
Iron Chunk General items
Iron Plate Hold items Increases power of Steel-type moves. Changes Arceus' type to Steel.
Item Drop Battle items When used, it causes an ally Pokémon to drop a held item.
Item Urge Battle items When used, it causes an ally Pokémon to use its held item.
Jaboca Berry Berries If held by a Pokémon and a physical attack lands, the attacker also takes damage.
Jalapeño A very spicy ingredient—so spicy as to leave no room for ambivalence about it. You either like it or you don’t.
Jam A condiment that’s very sweet and likewise very sour. Take care when adding it to sandwiches, as the sweet side can overwhelm.
Jet Ball Pokeballs
Johto Slate A slate overflowing with enigmatic energy. You can feel a strong connection between it and the Johto Room at Ramanas Park.
Jolly Mint Battle items Changes the Pokémon's stats to match the Jolly nature.
Jubilife Muffin General items
Kangaskhanite Hold items Enables Kangaskhan to Mega Evolve during battle.
Kanto Slate A slate overflowing with enigmatic energy. You can feel a strong connection between it and the Kanto Room at Ramanas Park.
Kasib Berry Berries Weakens a supereffective Ghost-type attack against the holding Pokémon.
Kebia Berry Berries Weakens a supereffective Poison-type attack against the holding Pokémon.
Kee Berry Berries If held by a Pokémon, this Berry will increase the holder's Defense if it's hit with a physical move.
Kelpsy Berry Berries Increases Friendship but lowers Attack EVs.
Ketchup A condiment with very salty and tart flavor. While a number of other ingredients go into its signature flavor, the noble tomato is its heart and soul.
King’s Leaf General items
King's Rock Hold items May cause opponent to flinch. Evolves Poliwhirl and Slowpoke when traded holding the item.
Kiwi A very tart ingredient that has a light touch of sweetness as well. It goes well with rich ingredients.
Klawf Claw Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Klawf Stick A very sweet and salty ingredient. It’s a nutritious processed food made with a concentrate derived from shed Klawf shells.
Klefki Key Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Kofu’s Wallet A wallet that was left behind by Kofu, the Gym Leader at the Cascarrafa Gym. You’re to deliver it to him at the market in Porto Marinada.
Komala Claw Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Kommonium Z Hold items Allows Kommo-o to upgrade Clanging Scales to a Z-Move, Clangorous Soulblaze.
Koraidon’s Poké Ball A Poké Ball that can hold the mysterious Pokémon known as Koraidon. A boy named Arven gave it to you.
Kricketot Shell Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Lagging Tail Hold items Holder always attacks last.
Lansat Berry Berries Increases critical-hit ratio when HP is low.
Large Leek General items One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. Whether this is the kind of vegetable stalk that Farfetch’d like is unknown.
Larvesta Fuzz Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Larvitar Claw Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Latiasite Hold items Enables Latias to Mega Evolve during battle.
Latiosite Hold items Enables Latios to Mega Evolve during battle.
Lava Cookie Medicine Heals all major status conditions.
Lax Incense Hold items Lowers the opponent's accuracy. Breeding Wobbuffet produces Wynaut when held.
Lax Mint Battle items Changes the Pokémon's stats to match the Lax nature.
Leaden Ball Pokeballs
Leader’s Crest A shard of what appears to be an old blade of some sort. It is held only by Bisharp that head up a group of Pawniard.
Leaf Letter General items A letter written on a leaf. Something is written using Eevee's footprints.
Leaf Stone General items Evolves certain species of Pokémon.
Leafy Tablecloth A botanically themed tablecloth featuring Grass-type Pokémon. Can you find the Pokémon that doesn’t quite fit in?
Lechonk Hair Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Leek Hold items Increases critical-hit ratio when held by Farfetch'd.
Leftovers Hold items An item to be held by a Pokémon. The holder's HP is gradually restored during battle.
Legend Plate Hold items
Lemonade Medicine Restores 70 HP.
Leppa Berry Berries If held by a Pokémon, it restores a move's PP by 10.
Lettuce This bitter-tasting ingredient is simple and straightforward—just add it to all kinds of other ingredients for a delightfully crunchy time.
Level Ball Pokeballs A Poké Ball for catching Pokémon that are a lower level than your own.
Liechi Berry Berries Raises Attack when HP is low.
Life Orb Hold items Increases the power of moves, but loses HP each turn.
Light Ball Hold items An item to be held by PIKACHU. It is a puzzling orb that raises the Attack and Sp. Atk stat.
Light Clay Hold items A Pokémon held item that extends the duration of barrier moves like Light Screen and Reflect used by the holder.
Lilac Tablecloth A light purple tablecloth. It’s smooth and pleasant to the touch, and dishes can be placed on it with hardly a sound.
Linking Cord General items A string exuding a mysterious energy that makes you feel a strange sense of connection. It’s loved by certain Pokémon.
Litleo Tuft Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Loaded Dice Hold items Makes multi-strike moves more likely to hit more times.
Lone Earring General items
Lonely Mint Battle items Changes the Pokémon's stats to match the Lonely nature.
Looker Ticket Hold items A ticket that was handmade by Looker. It's decorated with a liberal amount of glittery paint.
Lopunnite Hold items Enables Lopunny to Mega Evolve during battle.
Lost Satchel General items
Love Ball Pokeballs Poké Ball for catching Pokémon that are the opposite gender of your Pokémon.
Love Sweet Hold items Evolves Milcery into Heart Flavor Alcremie.
Lucarionite Hold items Enables Lucario to Mega Evolve during battle.
Luck Incense Hold items Doubles prize money if held. Breeding Chansey or Blissey produces Happiny when held.
Lucky Egg Hold items An item to be held by a Pokémon. It is an egg filled with happiness that earns extra Exp. Points in battle.
Lucky Punch Hold items Increases critical-hit ratio when held by Chansey.
Lum Berry Berries If held by a Pokémon, it recovers from any status problem.
Luminous Moss Hold items Raises Special Defense if hit by a Water-type move.
Lumiose Galette Medicine Heals all major status conditions.
Lunalium Z Hold items Allows Lunala to upgrade Moongeist Beam to a Z-Move, Menacing Moonraze Maelstrom.
Lure General items Attracts Pokémon in the wild.
Lure Ball Pokeballs A Poké Ball for catching Pokémon hooked by a Rod when fishing.
Lustrous Globe Hold items
Lustrous Orb Hold items Increases the power of Dragon- and Water-type moves when held by Palkia.
Luvdisc Scales Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Luxury Ball Pokeballs A comfortable Poké Ball that makes a caught wild Pokémon quickly grow friendly.
Lycanium Z Hold items Allows Lycanroc to upgrade Stone Edge to a Z-Move, Splintered Stormshards.
Macho Brace Hold items An item to be held by a Pokémon. It is a stiff and heavy brace that promotes strong growth but lowers Speed.
Magical Heart Pick A pick shaped after a magic wand. Perhaps the real magic is the food maker’s wish for a delicious dish.
Magical Star Pick A pick shaped after a magic wand. Perhaps the real magic is the food maker’s wish for a delicious dish.
Magikarp Scales Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Magmarizer General items Evolves Magmar when traded holding the item.
Magnemite Screw Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Magnet Hold items Increases the power of Electric-type moves.
Mago Berry Berries Restores HP if it's low, but may cause confusion.
Magost Berry Berries A Berry which is very rare in the Unova region. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
Makuhita Sweat Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Malicious Armor General items Evolves Charcadet into Ceruledge.
Manectite Hold items Enables Manectric to Mega Evolve during battle.
Mankey Fur Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Maranga Berry Berries If held by a Pokémon, this Berry will increase the holder's Sp. Def if it's hit with a special move.
Marble General items
Mareanie Spike Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Mareep Wool Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Marill Ball A Marill-themed ball. It’s soft and springy. Make sure you haven’t mistaken a real Marill for this ball before throwing.
Marmalade A condiment with sour and bitter notes. It’s surprisingly useful, as it makes a nice counterpoint to oilier foods.
Marsh Balm General items
Marshadium Z Hold items Allows Marshadow to upgrade Spectral Thief to a Z-Move, Soul-Stealing 7-Star Strike.
Maschiff Fang Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Master Ball Pokeballs The best Ball with the ultimate level of performance. It will catch any wild Pokémon without fail.
Mawilite Hold items Enables Mawile to Mega Evolve during battle.
Max Elixir Medicine It fully restores the PP of all the moves learned by the targeted Pokémon.
Max Ether Medicine It fully restores the PP of a single selected move that has been learned by the target Pokémon.
Max Honey General items
Max Lure General items Attracts Pokémon in the wild.
Max Mushrooms General items
Max Potion Medicine Fully restores HP.
Max Repel General items An item that prevents weak wild Pokémon from appearing for 250 steps after its use.
Max Revive Medicine A medicine that revives a fainted Pokémon. It fully restores the Pokémon's HP.
Mayonnaise A condiment that packs a very tart punch yet pairs well with various ingredients.
Meadow Plate Hold items Increases power of Grass-type moves. Changes Arceus' type to Grass.
Medichamite Hold items Enables Medicham to Mega Evolve during battle.
Medicinal Leek General items
Meditite Sweat Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Mental Herb Hold items An item to be held by a Pokémon. It snaps the holder out of infatuation. It can be used only once.
Meowth Fur Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Metagrossite Hold items Enables Metagross to Mega Evolve during battle.
Metal Coat Hold items Increases the power of Steel-type moves. Evolves Onix and Scyther when traded holding the item.
Metal Powder Hold items Increases Defense when held by Ditto.
Metronome Hold items Increases the power of moves used consecutively.
Mewnium Z Hold items Allows Mew to upgrade Psychic to a Z-Move, Genesis Supernova.
Mewtwonite X Hold items Enables Mewtwo to Mega Evolve during battle.
Mewtwonite Y Hold items Enables Mewtwo to Mega Evolve during battle.
Micle Berry Berries Increases a move's accuracy when HP is low.
Mighty Candy Medicine Increases a Pokémon's Attack stat by 1.
Mighty Candy L Medicine Increases a Pokémon's Attack stat.
Mighty Candy XL Medicine Increases a Pokémon's Attack stat.
Mild Mint Battle items Changes the Pokémon's stats to match the Mild nature.
Mimikium Z Hold items Allows Mimikyu to upgrade Play Rough to a Z-Move, Let's Snuggle Forever.
Mimikyu Scrap Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Mind Plate Hold items Increases power of Psychic-type moves. Changes Arceus' type to Psychic.
Mint Tablecloth A light mint-colored tablecloth. It’s smooth and pleasant to the touch, and dishes can be placed on it with hardly a sound.
Miracle Seed Hold items Increases the power of Grass-type moves.
Miraidon’s Poké Ball A Poké Ball that can hold the mysterious Pokémon known as Miraidon. A boy named Arven gave it to you.
Mirror Herb Hold items Copies an opponent's stat increases when consumed.
Misdreavus Tears Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Misty Seed Hold items An item to be held by a Pokémon. It boosts Sp. Def on Misty Terrain. It can only be used once.
Mixed Mushrooms General items One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. The chewy texture of the mushrooms transforms any dish they’re added to.
Modest Mint Battle items Changes the Pokémon's stats to match the Modest nature.
Monstrous Tablecloth A tablecloth designed by the Pewter Museum of Science. The academic air of the pattern is a big hit with kids and adults alike.
Moomoo Cheese General items One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. Melted cheese can really give a curry some richness.
Moomoo Milk Medicine Milk with a very high nutrition content. It restores the HP of one Pokémon by 100 points.
Moon Ball Pokeballs A Poké Ball for catching Pokémon that evolve using the Moon Stone.
Moon Stone General items Evolves certain species of Pokémon.
Mudbray Mud Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Murkrow Bauble Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Muscle Band Hold items Increases the power of Physical-category moves.
Muscle Wing Medicine Increases Attack EVs by 1.
Mushroom Cake General items
Mustard A very spicy condiment that’s indispensable when bread is on the table. It pairs tremendously with ketchup.
Mysterious Shard L A large shard that emanates an enigmatic power. Inside the shard, you can see a pattern that looks like Ramanas roses.
Mysterious Shard S A small shard that emanates an enigmatic power. Inside the shard, you can see a pattern that looks like Ramanas roses.
Mystic Water Hold items Increases the power of Water-type moves.
Nacli Salt Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Naive Mint Battle items Changes the Pokémon's stats to match the Naive nature.
Nanab Berry Berries A Berry to be used in cooking. Calms a Pokémon in battle, in Let's Go Pikachu/Eevee.
Naughty Mint Battle items Changes the Pokémon's stats to match the Naughty nature.
Nest Ball Pokeballs A somewhat different Poké Ball that works especially well on weaker Pokémon in the wild.
Net Ball Pokeballs A somewhat different Poké Ball that works especially well on Water- and Bug-type Pokémon.
Never-Melt Ice Hold items Increases the power of Ice-type moves.
Noibat Fur Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Nomel Berry Berries A Berry which is very rare in the Unova region. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
Noodles A nice salty ingredient. It’s unclear how well these boiled noodles will serve as a sandwich filling.
Normal Gem Hold items Increases the power of a Normal-type move only once.
Normal Tera Shard On rare occasions, these shards form when a Tera Pokémon falls in battle and its Tera Jewel shatters.
Normalium Z Hold items Allows the use of Breakneck Blitz, the Normal type Z-Move.
Nugget General items A nugget of pure gold that gives off a lustrous gleam. It can be sold at a high price to shops.
Numel Lava Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Nymble Claw Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Occa Berry Berries Weakens a supereffective Fire-type attack against the holding Pokémon.
Oceanic Slate A slate overflowing with enigmatic energy. You can feel a strong connection between it and the Oceanic Room at Ramanas Park.
Odd Incense Hold items Increases the power of Psychic-type moves. Breeding Mr. Mime produces Mime Jr. when held.
Odd Keystone General items A vital item that is needed to keep a stone tower from collapsing. Voices can be heard from it occasionally.
Old Amber General items A piece of amber that contains the genetic material of an ancient Pokémon. It is clear with a reddish tint.
Old Gateau Medicine Heals all major status conditions.
Olive Oil A condiment offering faint notes of sour and bitter flavors. The most prized varieties are the ones Smoliv love the smell of—such oils’ quality is assured.
Onion This spicy veggie is indispensable to many sandwiches. It goes well with rich ingredients.
Oran Berry Berries If held by a Pokémon, it heals the user by just 10 HP.
Orange Dish A dish for picnics. Comes in plenty of colors to choose from based on the food or the mood. The orange variety is the most popular of all.
Oranguru Fur Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Oricorio Feather Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Origin Ball Pokeballs
Origin Ore General items
Orthworm Tarnish Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Oval Charm General items An oval charm said to increase the chance of Pokémon Eggs being found at the Day Care.
Oval Stone General items Evolves Happiny when held.
Pachirisu Fur Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Pack of Potatoes General items One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. Potatoes help mellow out a spicy taste, to make a dish more mild.
Packaged Curry General items One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. Using packaged curry helps make sure there are no slipups when cooking.
Pamtre Berry Berries A Berry which is very rare in the Unova region. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
Paralyze Heal Medicine A spray-type medicine. It eliminates paralysis from a single Pokémon.
Parasol Pick Some complain that the parasol part of this pick is hard to hold on to, so your fingers get messy. Still, it’s fun to twirl this all around after you’ve eaten.
Park Ball Pokeballs A special Poké Ball for the Pal Park.
Party Sparkler Pick This pick features a small sparkler that goes off automatically. It’s used at parties or for guests of honor. It leaves an oddly appealing aroma once it’s burned out.
Pass Orb Hold items A mysterious orb containing the power of the Unova region, to be used when generating Pass Power.
Passho Berry Berries Weakens a supereffective Water-type attack against the holding Pokémon.
Passimian Fur Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Pasta General items One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. These flour noodles make for a surprisingly good match with curry.
Pawmi Fur Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Pawniard Blade Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Payapa Berry Berries Weakens a supereffective Psychic-type attack against the holding Pokémon.
Peach Tablecloth A light peach-colored tablecloth. It’s smooth and pleasant to the touch, and dishes can be placed on it with hardly a sound.
Peanut Butter A very sweet condiment. People in Paldea seem to favor the sweet varieties over the unsweetened.
Pearl General items A somewhat-small pearl that sparkles in a pretty silver color. It can be sold cheaply to shops.
Pearl String General items Very large pearls that sparkle in a pretty silver color. A maniac will buy them for a high price.
Peat Block General items A block of muddy material that can be used as fuel for burning when it is dried. It’s loved by a certain Pokémon.
Pecha Berry Berries If held by a Pokémon, it recovers from poison.
Pep-Up Plant General items
Pepper A seasoning packing very spicy flavor. It goes nicely with oilier foods and works especially well when you add just a pinch for a hint of flavor.
Permit General items A permit that is needed to enter the Nature Preserve. Not many know about it.
Persim Berry Berries If held by a Pokémon, it recovers from confusion.
Petaya Berry Berries Raises Special Attack when HP is low.
Petilil Leaf Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Pewter Crunchies Medicine Heals all major status conditions.
Phanpy Nail Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Pichu Fur Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Pickle This very sour ingredient is made by pickling veggies in a flavorful brine made from spices and vinegar.
Picnic Set A roomy basket packed with all sorts of things for use when enjoying picnicking with your Pokémon.
Pidgeotite Hold items Enables Pidgeot to Mega Evolve during battle.
Pika-Pika Pick A Pick-achu, as it were, sporting Pikachu’s usual expression. It’s easy to grab by the ears, which is part of why it’s so popular.
Pikachu Cup A cup for big-time Pokémon fans. Kids will happily drink out of it, making it a boon to parents.
Pikanium Z Hold items Allows Pikachu to upgrade Volt Tackle to a Z-Move, Catastropika.
Pikashunium Z Hold items Allows Pikachu in a cap to upgrade Thunderbolt to a Z-Move, 10,000,000 Volt Thunderbolt.
Pinap Berry Berries A Berry to be used in cooking. Increases chances of getting items when a Pokémon is caught, in Pokémon Let's Go.
Pincurchin Spines Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Pineapple This very tart ingredient is a fruit of southern lands, and its color and texture are a thrill. It’s been cut into chunks to be easily manageable.
Pineco Husk Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Pink Apricorn General items A pink Apricorn. It has a nice, sweet scent.
Pink Bottle A go-to bottle widely used for drinks at picnics. Its simple design and portability make it popular among all sorts of people.
Pink Cup A cup sold with the Pink Bottle. The two don’t stack, so they’re tough to pack—but they look good, so they’re popular with those who like to post picnic photos.
Pink Nectar Hold items The flower nectar obtained at the flowering shrubs on Royal Avenue. It changes the form of certain species of Pokémon.
Pink Scarf General items Raises holder's Cute aspect in a Contest.
Pink Tablecloth A simple pink tablecloth. It’s smooth and pleasant to the touch, and dishes can be placed on it with hardly a sound.
Pinsirite Hold items Enables Pinsir to Mega Evolve during battle.
Pixie Plate Hold items Increases power of Fairy-type moves. Changes Arceus' type to Fairy.
Plaid Tablecloth (B) A sturdy tablecloth made of thick fabric. The gentle blue plaid gives a table a crisp look.
Plaid Tablecloth (R) A sturdy tablecloth made of thick fabric. The quietly composed red plaid gives the table some flair.
Plaid Tablecloth (Y) A sturdy tablecloth made of thick fabric. The cheery yellow plaid brightens up a table.
Plasma Card Hold items A card key needed to enter the password inside the Plasma Frigate.
Plume Fossil General items A fossil of an ancient Pokémon that flew in the sky in ancient times. It appears to be part of its wing.
Plump Beans General items
Poison Barb Hold items Increases the power of Poison-type moves.
Poison Gem Hold items Increases the power of a Poison-type move only once.
Poison Memory Hold items Changes Silvally and its move Multi-Attack to Poison type.
Poison Tera Shard On rare occasions, these shards form when a Tera Pokémon falls in battle and its Tera Jewel shatters.
Poisonium Z Hold items Allows the use of Acid Downpour, the Poison type Z-Move.
Poké Ball Pokeballs A device for catching wild Pokémon. It is thrown like a ball at the target. It is designed as a capsule system.
Poké Doll General items A doll that attracts Pokémon. Use it to flee from any battle with a wild Pokémon.
Poké Toy General items An item that attracts Pokémon. Use it to flee from any battle with a wild Pokémon.
Polished Mud Ball General items
Polka-Dot Bottle A polka-dot-patterned bottle that’s small, light, and even comes with a cup. The detachable strap makes it handy for walking around with.
Polka-Dot Cup A cup for kids to use at picnics. It’s made of light but strong material. It’s stackable, which makes it handy for carrying around.
Polka-Dot Tablecloth A tablecloth with a fashionable polka-dot pattern. It’s great at repelling water and mold, and stains and smudges wipe right off.
Pomeg Berry Berries Increases Friendship but lowers HP EVs.
Pop Pod General items
Potato Salad This very tart ingredient—a soft salad that’s all about potatoes—pairs tremendously well with bread.
Potato Tortilla A very salty ingredient and a popular dish in Paldea. It’s undeniably filling.
Potion Medicine Restores 20 HP.
Power Anklet Hold items A Pokémon held item that promotes Speed gain on leveling, but reduces the Speed stat.
Power Band Hold items A Pokémon held item that promotes Sp. Def gain on leveling, but reduces the Speed stat.
Power Belt Hold items A Pokémon held item that promotes Defense gain on leveling, but reduces the Speed stat.
Power Bracer Hold items A Pokémon held item that promotes Attack gain on leveling, but reduces the Speed stat.
Power Herb Hold items A single-use item to be held by a Pokémon. It allows the immediate use of a move that charges on the first turn.
Power Lens Hold items A Pokémon held item that promotes Sp. Atk gain on leveling, but reduces the Speed stat.
Power Plant Pass Hold items This pass serves as an ID card for gaining access to the power plant that lies along Route 13.
Power Weight Hold items A Pokémon held item that promotes HP gain on leveling, but reduces the Speed stat.
PP Max Medicine It maximally raises the top PP of a selected move that has been learned by the target Pokémon.
PP Up Medicine It slightly raises the maximum PP of a selected move that has been learned by the target Pokémon.
Precooked Burger General items One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. If you’re unsure about what to cook, you can’t go wrong with some burger.
Premier Ball Pokeballs A somewhat rare Poké Ball that has been specially made to commemorate an event of some sort.
Pretty Wing General items Though this feather is beautiful, it's just a regular feather and has no effect on Pokémon.
Primarium Z Hold items Allows Primarina to upgrade Sparkling Aria to a Z-Move, Oceanic Operetta.
Prism Scale General items Evolves Feebas when traded holding the item.
Prison Bottle Hold items Transforms Hoopa Confined to Hoopa Unbound.
Prof's Letter Hold items A letter that Professor Sycamore wrote to your mother. A faint but pleasant perfume seems to cling to the paper.
Prosciutto This ingredient is very salty like regular ham, but the difference is prosciutto is not cooked after it is cured, giving it a fun freshness.
Protective Pads Hold items An item to be held by a Pokémon. These pads protect the holder from effects caused by making direct contact with the target.
Protector General items Evolves Rhydon when traded holding the item.
Protein Medicine Increases Attack EVs by 10.
Psychic Gem Hold items Increases the power of a Psychic-type move only once.
Psychic Memory Hold items Changes Silvally and its move Multi-Attack to Psychic type.
Psychic Seed Hold items An item to be held by a Pokémon. It boosts Sp. Def on Psychic Terrain. It can only be used once.
Psychic Tera Shard On rare occasions, these shards form when a Tera Pokémon falls in battle and its Tera Jewel shatters.
Psychium Z Hold items Allows the use of Shattered Psyche, the Psychic type Z-Move.
Psyduck Down Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Punching Glove An item to be held by a Pokémon. This protective glove boosts the power of the holder’s punching moves and prevents direct contact with targets.
Pungent Root General items One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. Though carelessly picked, these herbs can add a fragrant accent to a dish.
Pure Incense Hold items Descreases the likelihood of meeting wild Pokémon. Breeding Chimecho produces Chingling when held.
Purple Nectar Hold items A flower nectar obtained at Poni Meadow. It changes the form of certain species of Pokémon.
Qualot Berry Berries Increases Friendship but lowers Defense EVs.
Quick Ball Pokeballs A somewhat different Poké Ball that provides a better catch rate if it is used at the start of a wild encounter.
Quick Candy Medicine Increases a Pokémon's Speed stat by 1.
Quick Candy L Medicine Increases a Pokémon's Speed stat.
Quick Candy XL Medicine Increases a Pokémon's Speed stat.
Quick Claw Hold items An item to be held by a Pokémon. A light, sharp claw that lets the bearer move first occasionally.
Quick Powder Hold items Increases Speed when held by Ditto.
Quiet Mint Battle items Changes the Pokémon's stats to match the Quiet nature.
Qwilfish Spines Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Rabuta Berry Berries A Berry which is very rare in the Unova region. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
Rage Candy Bar Medicine Heals all major status conditions.
Rainbow Slate A slate overflowing with enigmatic energy. You can feel a strong connection between it and the Rainbow Room at Ramanas Park.
Ralts Dust Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Rare Bone General items A bone that is extremely valuable for Pokémon archeology. It can be sold for a high price to shops.
Rare Candy Medicine A candy that is packed with energy. It raises the level of a single Pokémon by one.
Rash Mint Battle items Changes the Pokémon's stats to match the Rash nature.
Rawst Berry Berries If held by a Pokémon, it recovers from a burn.
Razor Claw Hold items Increases critical-hit ratio. Evolves Sneasel when held at night.
Razor Fang Hold items May cause opponent to flinch. Evolves Gligar when held at night.
Razz Berry Berries A Berry which is very rare in the Unova region. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
Reaper Cloth General items Evolves Dusclops when traded holding the item.
Red Apricorn General items A red Apricorn. It assails your nostrils.
Red Bell Pepper An ingredient with some bitterness—but its bitter notes and overall flavor are pleasantly mild compared to its green cousin.
Red Card Hold items A card with a mysterious power. When the holder is struck by a foe, the attacker is removed from battle.
Red Dish A dish for picnics. Comes in plenty of colors to choose from based on the food or the mood. The red variety never fails to sell well.
Red-Flag Pick This pick flies a red flag that lends an air of adventure. The flag itself is made of card stock, so it’ll fly proudly even with no wind.
Red Flute General items A toy flute made from red glass. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
Red Nectar Hold items A flower nectar obtained at Ula'ula Meadow. It changes the form of certain species of Pokémon.
Red Onion An ingredient with some sweetness to it. Its spiciness and fragrance are milder than those of other onions, making it a pleasant bite.
Red Poké Ball Pick A sandwich pick with a simple red Poké Ball design. Often used by Trainers who picked a Fire-type Pokémon for their first partner.
Red Scarf General items Raises holder's Cool aspect in a Contest.
Red Shard General items A small red shard. It appears to be from some sort of implement made long ago.
Relaxed Mint Battle items Changes the Pokémon's stats to match the Relaxed nature.
Relic Band General items A bracelet made in a civilization about 3,000 years ago. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
Relic Copper General items A copper coin used in a civilization about 3,000 years ago. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
Relic Crown General items A crown made in a civilization about 3,000 years ago. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
Relic Gold General items A gold coin used in a civilization about 3,000 years ago. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
Relic Silver General items A silver coin used in a civilization about 3,000 years ago. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
Relic Statue General items A stone figure made in a civilization about 3,000 years ago. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
Relic Vase General items A vase made in a civilization about 3,000 years ago. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
Rellor Mud Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Remedy Medicine
Repeat Ball Pokeballs A somewhat different Poké Ball that works especially well on Pokémon species that were previously caught.
Repel General items An item that prevents weak wild Pokémon from appearing for 100 steps after its use.
Reset Urge Battle items When used, it restores any stat changes of an ally Pokémon.
Resist Wing Medicine Increases Defense EVs by 1.
Reveal Glass General items A looking glass that reveals the truth. It's a mysterious glass that returns a Pokémon to its original shape.
Revival Herb Medicine Revives a Pokémon to max HP, but lowers Friendship.
Revive Medicine A medicine that revives a fainted Pokémon. It restores half the Pokémon's maximum HP.
Ribbon Sweet Hold items Evolves Milcery into Ribbon Flavor Alcremie.
Rice An ingredient with a touch of sweetness. It’s unclear how well this cooked rice will serve as a sandwich filling.
Rindo Berry Berries Weakens a supereffective Grass-type attack against the holding Pokémon.
Ring Target Hold items Moves that would otherwise have no effect will land on the Pokémon that holds it.
Riolu Fur Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Rock Gem Hold items Increases the power of a Rock-type move only once.
Rock Incense Hold items Increases the power of Rock-type moves. Breeding Sudowoodo produces Bonsly when held.
Rock Memory Hold items Changes Silvally and its move Multi-Attack to Rock type.
Rock Tera Shard On rare occasions, these shards form when a Tera Pokémon falls in battle and its Tera Jewel shatters.
Rockium Z Hold items Allows the use of Continental Crush, the Rock type Z-Move.
Rockruff Rock Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Rocky Helmet Hold items If the holder of this item takes damage, the attacker will also be damaged upon contact.
Roller Skates General items Attaches roller skates to the bottom of your shoes, allowing you to glide quickly around and perform tricks.
Rolycoly Coal Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Rookidee Feather Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Room Service Hold items Lowers the Pokémon's speed during Trick Room.
Root Fossil General items A fossil of an ancient Pokémon that lived in the sea. It appears to be part of a plant root.
Rose Incense Hold items Increases the power of Grass-type moves. Breeding Roselia or Roserade produces Budew when held.
Roseli Berry Berries If held by a Pokémon, this Berry will lessen the damage taken from one supereffective Fairy-type attack.
Roto Bargain Battle items Reduces the prices of products at Poké Marts by half.
Roto Boost Battle items Raises all stats of your battling Pokémon.
Roto Catch Battle items Increases the chance to catch Pokémon a lot.
Roto Encounter Battle items Increases the chance of encountering high-level wild Pokémon a lot for a certain period of time.
Roto Exp. Points Battle items Increases the Exp. Points your Pokémon receive after battle a little.
Roto Friendship Battle items Helps Pokémon in your party grow friendly faster.
Roto Hatch Battle items Helps Eggs hatch faster.
Roto HP Restore Battle items Fully restores the HP of your battling Pokémon.
Roto PP Restore Battle items Fully restores the PP of your battling Pokémon.
Roto Prize Money Battle items Triples the prize money you receive after battle.
Roto Stealth Battle items Prevents you from encountering wild Pokémon for a certain period of time.
Rotom Phone The latest model of smartphone. A Pokémon called Rotom lives within it, and it can be used to run all sorts of handy apps.
Rotom Sparks Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Rowap Berry Berries If held by a Pokémon and a special attack lands, the attacker also takes damage.
Rufflet Feather Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Sablenite Hold items Enables Sableye to Mega Evolve during battle.
Sableye Gem Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Sachet General items Evolves Spritzee when traded holding the item.
Sacred Ash Medicine It revives all fainted Pokémon. In doing so, it also fully restores their HP.
Safari Ball Pokeballs A special Poké Ball that is used only in the Great Marsh. It is decorated in a camouflage pattern.
Safety Goggles Hold items Prevents damage from weather and powder.
Salac Berry Berries Raises Speed when HP is low.
Salad Mix General items One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. The assortment of vegetables looks quite appealing and healthy.
Salamencite Hold items Enables Salamence to Mega Evolve during battle.
Salandit Gas Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Salt A very salty seasoning, unsurprisingly. People quite like the grains of salt that can be gathered from the footprints of particularly jagged Naclstack.
Salt Cake General items
Salty Herba Mystica One of the condiments spoken of as legends. Its mellow saltiness is said to be tremendously effective when it comes to promoting health.
Sand Radish General items
Sandile Claw Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Sandwich A dish made by sandwiching vegetables, meat, or other ingredients between two pieces of bread. It makes a fantastic meal when out on a picnic.
Sandygast Sand Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Sassy Mint Battle items Changes the Pokémon's stats to match the Sassy nature.
Sausages General items One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. These sausages should be boiled before eating.
Scarlet Book A record of the expedition that the author, Heath, went on within the Great Crater of Paldea. The book has the name “Sada” written on it in clumsy handwriting.
Scatter Bang General items
Scatterbug Powder Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Sceptilite Hold items Enables Sceptile to Mega Evolve during battle.
Scizorite Hold items Enables Scizor to Mega Evolve during battle.
Scope Lens Hold items Increases critical-hit ratio.
Scroll of Darkness A peculiar scroll that can make a certain species of Pokémon evolve. Written upon it are the true secrets of the path of darkness.
Scroll of Waters A peculiar scroll that can make a certain species of Pokémon evolve. Written upon it are the true secrets of the path of water.
Scyther Claw Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Sea Incense Hold items Increases the power of Water-type moves. Breeding Marill or Azumarill produces Azurill when held.
Seed of Mastery General items
Serious Mint Battle items Changes the Pokémon's stats to match a neutral nature.
Seviper Fang Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Shaderoot Carrot General items Produce that the King of Bountiful Harvests’ beloved steed likes to eat. It grew in a gloomy field.
Shalour Sable Medicine Heals all major status conditions.
Sharp Beak Hold items Increases the power of Flying-type moves.
Sharpedonite Hold items Enables Sharpedo to Mega Evolve during battle.
Shed Shell Hold items A tough, discarded carapace to be held by a Pokémon. It enables the holder to switch with a waiting Pokémon in battle.
Shell Bell Hold items An item to be held by a Pokémon. The holder's HP is restored a little every time it inflicts damage.
Shellder Pearl Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Shellos Mucus Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Shinx Fang Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Shiny Charm General items A shiny charm said to increase the chance of finding a Shiny Pokémon in the wild.
Shiny Stone General items Evolves certain species of Pokémon.
Shoal Salt General items Pure salt that can be discovered deep inside the Shoal Cave. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
Shoal Shell General items A pretty seashell that can be found deep inside the Shoal Cave. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
Shock Drive Hold items Changes Techno Blast to an Electric-type move when held by Genesect.
Shroodle Ink Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Shroomish Spores Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Shuca Berry Berries Weakens a supereffective Ground-type attack against the holding Pokémon.
Shuppet Scrap Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Silicobra Sand Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Silk Scarf Hold items Increases the power of Normal-type moves.
Silver Bottle A popular option among hikers. It’s made with titanium, so it doesn’t rust even if it’s used to hold drinks with high sodium content.
Silver Cup A popular option among hikers. It’s made with titanium, so it doesn’t rust even if it’s used to hold drinks with high sodium content.
Silver Leaf General items
Silver Nanab Berry Berries Greatly calms a Pokémon in battle, in Let's Go Pikachu/Eevee.
Silver Pick A silver pick that oozes class. Using it on a sandwich lends an extravagant air that’ll make you want to eat up, even if you don’t love the fillings.
Silver Pinap Berry Berries Greatly increases chance of getting items when a Pokémon is caught, in Pokémon Let's Go.
Silver Powder Hold items Increases the power of Bug-type moves.
Silver Razz Berry Berries Makes a Pokémon easier to catch in Pokémon Let's Go.
Sinistea Chip Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Sitrus Berry Berries If held by a Pokémon, it heals the user's HP a little.
Skiddo Leaf Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Skrelp Kelp Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Skull Fossil General items A fossil from a prehistoric Pokémon that lived on the land. It appears to be part of a head.
Skwovet Fur Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Sky Plate Hold items Increases power of Flying-type moves. Changes Arceus' type to Flying.
Sky Tumblestone General items
Slakoth Fur Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Slowbronite Hold items Enables Slowbro to Mega Evolve during battle.
Slowpoke Claw Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Slowpoke Cup A cup for big-time Pokémon fans. Kids will happily drink out of it, making it a boon to parents.
Small Bouquet General items
Smart Candy Medicine Increases a Pokémon's Special Attack stat by 1.
Smart Candy L Medicine Increases a Pokémon's Special Attack stat.
Smart Candy XL Medicine Increases a Pokémon's Special Attack stat.
Smiling Vee Pick A pick designed after Eevee, sporting the Pokémon’s smiling face. It’s easy to grab by the ears, which is part of why it’s so popular.
Smoke Ball Hold items An item to be held by a Pokémon. It enables the holder to flee from any wild Pokémon without fail.
Smoke Bomb General items
Smoke-Poke Tail General items One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. When a Slowpoke’s tail falls off, it grows back quickly.
Smoked Fillet A very salty and bitter ingredient with that unmistakable smoky flavor. It pairs exceptionally well with veggies.
Smoliv Oil Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Smooth Rock Hold items A Pokémon held item that extends the duration of the move Sandstorm used by the holder.
Sneasel Claw Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Snom Thread Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Snorlium Z Hold items Allows Snorlax to upgrade Giga Impact to a Z-Move, Pulverizing Pancake.
Snorunt Fur Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Snover Berries Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Snowball Hold items Raises Attack if hit by an Ice-type move.
Soda Pop Medicine Restores 50 HP.
Soft Sand Hold items Increases the power of Ground-type moves.
Solganium Z Hold items Allows Solgaleo to upgrade Sunsteel Strike to a Z-Move, Searing Sunraze Smash.
Sootfoot Root General items
Soothe Bell Hold items An item to be held by a Pokémon. It is a bell with a comforting chime that calms the holder and makes it friendly.
Soul Dew Hold items Increases the power of Psychic- and Dragon-type moves when held by Latios or Latias. Increases Sp.Atk/Sp.Def prior to Gen 7.
Soul Slate A slate overflowing with enigmatic energy. You can feel a strong connection between it and the Soul Room at Ramanas Park.
Sour Herba Mystica This surpassingly sour condiment is said to be super effective in helping the eater recover from exhaustion. Only a scant few people know it exists.
Spell Tag Hold items Increases the power of Ghost-type moves.
Spelon Berry Berries A Berry which is very rare in the Unova region. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
Spice Mix General items One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. There are over fifty spices contained within this ingredient’s hot flavor.
Spicy Herba Mystica The legendary condiment said to have the mightiest of all spicy flavors. It’s said that a single bite will kick the metabolism into high gear immediately.
Spiritomb Fragment Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Splash Plate Hold items Increases power of Water-type moves. Changes Arceus' type to Water.
Spoiled Apricorn General items
Spoink Pearl Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Spooky Plate Hold items Increases power of Ghost-type moves. Changes Arceus' type to Ghost.
Spooky Tablecloth A pop-art-style tablecloth with Pokémon faces floating up from the deep nighttime blue. This is a must-have for fans of Ghost types.
Sport Ball Pokeballs A special Poké Ball for the Bug-Catching Contest.
Springy Mushroom General items
Sprinklotad General items A watering can shaped like a Lotad. It helps promote the healthy growth of any Berries planted in good, soft soil.
Squall Slate A slate overflowing with enigmatic energy. You can feel a strong connection between it and the Squall Room at Ramanas Park.
Squawkabilly Feather Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Stable Mulch General items A fertilizer to be spread on soft soil in regions where Berries are grown. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
Stantler Hair Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Star Piece General items A shard of a pretty gem that sparkles in a red color. It can be sold at a high price to shops.
Star Sweet Hold items Evolves Milcery into Star Flavor Alcremie.
Stardust General items Lovely, red-colored sand with a loose, silky feel. It can be sold at a high price to shops.
Starf Berry Berries Sharply raises a random stat when HP is low.
Starly Feather Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Stealth Spray General items
Steel Bottle (B) A go-to bottle sometimes used while camping. The stainless steel keeps the temperature inside steady, making it great for keeping drinks hot or cold.
Steel Bottle (R) A go-to bottle sometimes used while camping. The stainless steel keeps the temperature inside steady, making it great for keeping drinks hot or cold.
Steel Bottle (Y) A go-to bottle sometimes used while camping. The stainless steel keeps the temperature inside steady, making it great for keeping drinks hot or cold.
Steel Gem Hold items Increases the power of a Steel-type move only once.
Steel Memory Hold items Changes Silvally and its move Multi-Attack to Steel type.
Steel Tera Shard On rare occasions, these shards form when a Tera Pokémon falls in battle and its Tera Jewel shatters.
Steelium Z Hold items Allows the use of Corkscrew Crash, the Steel type Z-Move.
Steelixite Hold items Enables Steelix to Mega Evolve during battle.
Sticky Barb Hold items A held item that damages the holder on every turn. It may latch on to foes and allies that touch the holder.
Sticky Glob General items
Stone Plate Hold items Increases power of Rock-type moves. Changes Arceus' type to Rock.
Stonjourner Stone Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Strange Ball Pokeballs
Strange Souvenir General items An ornament depicting a Pokémon that is venerated as a protector in some region far from Kalos.
Stratospheric Slate A slate overflowing with enigmatic energy. You can feel a strong connection between it and the Stratospheric Room at Ramanas Park.
Strawberry A very tart and sweet ingredient, popular for its ability to make a sandwich visually striking.
Strawberry Sweet Hold items Evolves Milcery into Strawberry Flavor Alcremie.
Stretchy Spring General items
Striped Bottle A striped bottle that’s small, light, and even comes with a cup. The detachable strap makes it handy for walking around with.
Striped Cup A cup for kids to use at picnics. It’s made of light but strong material. It’s stackable, which makes it handy for carrying around.
Striped Tablecloth A tablecloth with a fashionable striped pattern. It’s great at repelling water and mold, and stains and smudges wipe right off.
Stunky Fur Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Sun Stone General items Evolves certain species of Pokémon.
Sunkern Leaf Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Sunrise Flower Pick A flower pick designed to evoke a glorious sunrise. It’s part of a line of “sky-flower” picks. Using a few is guaranteed to boost that special picnic spirit.
Sunset Flower Pick A flower pick designed to evoke a blazing sunset. It’s part of a line of “sky-flower” picks. Using a few is guaranteed to boost that special picnic spirit.
Super Lure General items Attracts Pokémon in the wild.
Super Potion Medicine Restores 60 HP.
Super Repel General items An item that prevents weak wild Pokémon from appearing for 200 steps after its use.
Surskit Syrup Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Swablu Fluff Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Swampertite Hold items Enables Swampert to Mega Evolve during battle.
Swap Snack General items
Sweet Apple Hold items Evolves Applin into Appletun.
Sweet Heart Medicine Very sweet chocolate. It restores the HP of one Pokémon by only 20 points.
Sweet Herba Mystica A legendary condiment told of only in books. Word has it that one taste of its sweet flavor stimulates the digestive system and cures a lack of appetite.
Swift Wing Medicine Increases Speed EVs by 1.
Swordcap General items
Tadbulb Mucus Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Tamato Berry Berries Increases Friendship but lowers Speed EVs.
Tandemaus Fur Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Tanga Berry Berries Weakens a supereffective Bug-type attack against the holding Pokémon.
Tapunium Z Hold items Allows the Tapus to upgrade Nature's Madness to a Z-Move, Guardian of Alola.
Tarountula Thread Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Tart Apple Hold items Evolves Applin into Flapple.
Tatsugiri Scales Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Tauros Hair Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Tectonic Slate A slate overflowing with enigmatic energy. You can feel a strong connection between it and the Tectonic Room at Ramanas Park.
Teddiursa Claw Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Tera Orb An orb that holds within it the power to crystallize. When it is charged with energy, it can be used to cause Pokémon to Terastallize.
Terrain Extender Hold items An item to be held by a Pokémon. It extends the duration of the terrain caused by the holder's move or Ability.
Thick Club Hold items Increases Attack when held by Cubone or Marowak.
Throat Spray Hold items Raises Sp. Atk when a sound-based move is used.
Thunder Stone General items Evolves certain species of Pokémon.
Timer Ball Pokeballs A somewhat different BALL that becomes progressively better the more turns there are in a battle.
Timid Mint Battle items Changes the Pokémon's stats to match the Timid nature.
Tin of Beans General items One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. When simmered, the beans suffuse a dish with their mild flavor.
Tinkatink Hair Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Tiny Bamboo Shoot A small and rare bamboo shoot. It’s quite popular with a certain class of gourmands.
Tiny Mushroom General items A small and rare mushroom. It is sought after by collectors.
TM00 Machines Teaches the move Mega Punch.
TM01 Machines Teaches the move Mega Punch/Dynamic Punch/Focus Punch/Hone Claws/Work Up/Headbutt/Mega Kick.
TM02 Machines Teaches the move Razor Wind/Headbutt/Dragon Claw/Taunt/Pay Day.
TM03 Machines Teaches the move Swords Dance/Curse/Water Pulse/Psyshock/Helping Hand/Fire Punch.
TM04 Machines Teaches the move Whirlwind/Rollout/Calm Mind/Teleport/Ice Punch.
TM05 Machines Teaches the move Mega Kick/Roar/Rest/Thunder Punch.
TM06 Machines Teaches the move Toxic/Light Screen/Fly.
TM07 Machines Teaches the move Horn Drill/Zap Cannon/Hail/Protect/Pin Missile.
TM08 Machines Teaches the move Body Slam/Rock Smash/Bulk Up/Substitute/Hyper Beam.
TM09 Machines Teaches the move Take Down/Psych Up/Bullet Seed/Venoshock/Reflect/Giga Impact.
TM10 Machines Teaches the move Double-Edge/Hidden Power/Dig/Magical Leaf/Work Up.
TM100 Machines Teaches the move Confide/Rock Climb.
TM101 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM102 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM103 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM104 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM105 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM106 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM107 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM108 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM109 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM11 Machines Teaches the move BubbleBeam/Sunny Day/Will-O-Wisp/Solar Beam.
TM110 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM111 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM112 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM113 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM114 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM115 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM116 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM117 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM118 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM119 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM12 Machines Teaches the move Water Gun/Sweet Scent/Taunt/Facade/Solar Blade.
TM120 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM121 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM122 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM123 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM124 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM125 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM126 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM127 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM128 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM129 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM13 Machines Teaches the move Ice Beam/Snore/Brick Break/Fire Spin.
TM130 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM131 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM132 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM133 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM134 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM135 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM136 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM137 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM138 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM139 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM14 Machines Teaches the move Blizzard/Fly/Thunder Wave.
TM140 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM141 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM142 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM143 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM144 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM145 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM146 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM147 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM148 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM149 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM15 Machines Teaches the move Hyper Beam/Seismic Toss/Dig.
TM150 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM151 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM152 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM153 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM154 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM155 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM156 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM157 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM158 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM159 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM16 Machines Teaches the move Pay Day/Icy Wind/Light Screen/Thunder Wave/Screech.
TM160 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM161 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM162 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM163 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM164 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM165 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM166 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM167 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM168 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM169 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM17 Machines Teaches the move Submission/Protect/Dragon Tail/Light Screen.
TM170 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM171 Machines Teaches a move to a compatible Pokémon.
TM18 Machines Teaches the move Counter/Rain Dance/U-turn/Reflect.
TM19 Machines Teaches the move Seismic Toss/Giga Drain/Telekinesis/Roost/Iron Tail/Safeguard.
TM20 Machines Teaches the move Rage/Endure/Safeguard/Dark Pulse/Self-Destruct.
TM21 Machines Teaches the move Mega Drain/Frustration/Foul Play/Rest/Dazzling Gleam.
TM22 Machines Teaches the move SolarBeam/Rock Slide.
TM23 Machines Teaches the move Dragon Rage/Iron Tail/Smack Down/Thunder Punch/Thief.
TM24 Machines Teaches the move Thunderbolt/DragonBreath/X-Scissor/Snore.
TM25 Machines Teaches the move Thunder/Waterfall/Protect.
TM26 Machines Teaches the move Earthquake/Poison Jab/Scary Face.
TM27 Machines Teaches the move Fissure/Return/Toxic/Icy Wind/Low Sweep.
TM28 Machines Teaches the move Dig/Leech Life/Tri Attack/Giga Drain.
TM29 Machines Teaches the move Psychic/Scald/Charm.
TM30 Machines Teaches the move Teleport/Shadow Ball/Bulk Up/Steel Wing.
TM31 Machines Teaches the move Mimic/Mud-Slap/Brick Break/Fire Punch/Attract.
TM32 Machines Teaches the move Double Team/Dazzling Gleam/Sandstorm.
TM33 Machines Teaches the move Ice Punch/Reflect/Calm Mind/Rain Dance.
TM34 Machines Teaches the move Bide/Swagger/Shock Wave/Sludge Wave/Dragon Pulse/Sunny Day.
TM35 Machines Teaches the move Metronome/Sleep Talk/Flamethrower/Ice Punch/Hail.
TM36 Machines Teaches the move Self-Destruct/Sludge Bomb/Thunderbolt/Whirlpool.
TM37 Machines Teaches the move Egg Bomb/Sandstorm/Flamethrower/Beat Up.
TM38 Machines Teaches the move Fire Blast/Thunder/Will-O-Wisp.
TM39 Machines Teaches the move Swift/Rock Tomb/Outrage/Facade.
TM40 Machines Teaches the move Skull Bash/Defense Curl/Aerial Ace/Psychic/Swift.
TM41 Machines Teaches the move Softboiled/Thunder Punch/Torment/Earthquake/Helping Hand.
TM42 Machines Teaches the move Dream Eater/Facade/Self-Destruct/Revenge.
TM43 Machines Teaches the move Sky Attack/Detect/Secret Power/Flame Charge/Shadow Ball/Brick Break/Volt Switch.
TM44 Machines Teaches the move Rest/Play Rough/Imprison.
TM45 Machines Teaches the move Thunder Wave/Attract/Solar Beam/Dive.
TM46 Machines Teaches the move Psywave/Thief/Fire Blast/Weather Ball.
TM47 Machines Teaches the move Explosion/Steel Wing/Low Sweep/Surf/Fake Tears.
TM48 Machines Teaches the move Rock Slide/Fire Punch/Skill Swap/Round/Hyper Beam/Rock Tomb.
TM49 Machines Teaches the move Tri Attack/Fury Cutter/Snatch/Echoed Voice/Superpower/Sand Tomb/Scald.
TM50 Machines Teaches the move Substitute/Nightmare/Overheat/Roost/Bullet Seed.
TM51 Machines Teaches the move Roost/Ally Switch/Steel Wing/Blizzard/Icicle Spear.
TM52 Machines Teaches the move Focus Blast/Sludge Bomb/Bounce.
TM53 Machines Teaches the move Energy Ball/Mega Drain/Mud Shot.
TM54 Machines Teaches the move False Swipe/Flash Cannon/Rock Blast.
TM55 Machines Teaches the move Brine/Scald/Ice Beam.
TM56 Machines Teaches the move Fling/Stealth Rock/U-turn.
TM57 Machines Teaches the move Charge Beam/Pay Day/Payback.
TM58 Machines Teaches the move Endure/Sky Drop/Drill Run/Assurance.
TM59 Machines Teaches the move Dragon Pulse/Incinerate/Brutal Swing/Dream Eater/Fling.
TM60 Machines Teaches the move Drain Punch/Quash/Megahorn/Power Swap.
TM61 Machines Teaches the move Will-O-Wisp/Guard Swap.
TM62 Machines Teaches the move Silver Wind/Acrobatics/Speed Swap/Bug Buzz.
TM63 Machines Teaches the move Embargo/Drain Punch/Nasty Plot.
TM64 Machines Teaches the move Explosion/Avalanche.
TM65 Machines Teaches the move Shadow Claw.
TM66 Machines Teaches the move Payback/Thunder Fang.
TM67 Machines Teaches the move Recycle/Retaliate/Smart Strike/Ice Fang.
TM68 Machines Teaches the move Giga Impact/Fire Fang.
TM69 Machines Teaches the move Rock Polish/Psycho Cut.
TM70 Machines Teaches the move Flash/Aurora Veil/Trick Room.
TM71 Machines Teaches the move Stone Edge/Wonder Room.
TM72 Machines Teaches the move Avalanche/Volt Switch/Magic Room.
TM73 Machines Teaches the move Thunder Wave/Cross Poison.
TM74 Machines Teaches the move Gyro Ball/Venoshock.
TM75 Machines Teaches the move Swords Dance/Low Sweep.
TM76 Machines Teaches the move Stealth Rock/Struggle Bug/Fly/Round.
TM77 Machines Teaches the move Psych Up/Hex.
TM78 Machines Teaches the move Captivate/Bulldoze/Acrobatics/Snarl.
TM79 Machines Teaches the move Dark Pulse/Frost Breath/Retaliate.
TM80 Machines Teaches the move Rock Slide/Volt Switch.
TM81 Machines Teaches the move X-Scissor/Bulldoze.
TM82 Machines Teaches the move Sleep Talk/Dragon Tail/Electroweb.
TM83 Machines Teaches the move Natural Gift/Work Up/Infestation/Razor Shell/Bulldoze.
TM84 Machines Teaches the move Poison Jab/Tail Slap.
TM85 Machines Teaches the move Dream Eater/Snarl.
TM86 Machines Teaches the move Grass Knot/Phantom Force.
TM87 Machines Teaches the move Swagger/Draining Kiss.
TM88 Machines Teaches the move Pluck/Sleep Talk/Grassy Terrain.
TM89 Machines Teaches the move U-turn/Misty Terrain.
TM90 Machines Teaches the move Substitute/Electric Terrain.
TM91 Machines Teaches the move Flash Cannon/Psychic Terrain.
TM92 Machines Teaches the move Trick Room/Mystical Fire.
TM93 Machines Teaches the move Wild Charge/Eerie Impulse/Cut.
TM94 Machines Teaches the move Rock Smash/Surf/False Swipe/Fly.
TM95 Machines Teaches the move Snarl/Air Slash/Surf.
TM96 Machines Teaches the move Nature Power/Smart Strike/Strength.
TM97 Machines Teaches the move Dark Pulse/Brutal Swing/Defog.
TM98 Machines Teaches the move Power-Up Punch/Waterfall/Stomping Tantrum/Rock Smash.
TM99 Machines Teaches the move Dazzling Gleam/Breaking Swipe/Waterfall.
TMV Pass General items A commuter pass that allows the holder to ride the TMV between Lumiose City and Kiloude City at any time.
Toedscool Flaps Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Tofu An ingredient with a touch of sweetness. It’s unclear how well this raw block of tofu will serve as a sandwich filling.
Tomato This very tart ingredient has a lot of savory elements to it, making it popular with many Pokémon.
Torkoal Coal Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Tough Candy Medicine Increases a Pokémon's Defense stat by 1.
Tough Candy L Medicine Increases a Pokémon's Defense stat.
Tough Candy XL Medicine Increases a Pokémon's Defense stat.
Toxel Sparks Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Toxic Orb Hold items An item to be held by a Pokémon. It is a bizarre orb that badly poisons the holder in battle.
Toxic Plate Hold items Increases power of Poison-type moves. Changes Arceus' type to Poison.
TR00 Machines Teaches the move Swords Dance.
TR01 Machines Teaches the move Body Slam.
TR02 Machines Teaches the move Flamethrower.
TR03 Machines Teaches the move Hydro Pump.
TR04 Machines Teaches the move Surf.
TR05 Machines Teaches the move Ice Beam.
TR06 Machines Teaches the move Blizzard.
TR07 Machines Teaches the move Low Kick.
TR08 Machines Teaches the move Thunderbolt.
TR09 Machines Teaches the move Thunder.
TR10 Machines Teaches the move Earthquake.
TR11 Machines Teaches the move Psychic.
TR12 Machines Teaches the move Agility.
TR13 Machines Teaches the move Focus Energy.
TR14 Machines Teaches the move Metronome.
TR15 Machines Teaches the move Fire Blast.
TR16 Machines Teaches the move Waterfall.
TR17 Machines Teaches the move Amnesia.
TR18 Machines Teaches the move Leech Life.
TR19 Machines Teaches the move Tri Attack.
TR20 Machines Teaches the move Substitute.
TR21 Machines Teaches the move Reversal.
TR22 Machines Teaches the move Sludge Bomb.
TR23 Machines Teaches the move Spikes.
TR24 Machines Teaches the move Outrage.
TR25 Machines Teaches the move Psyshock.
TR26 Machines Teaches the move Endure.
TR27 Machines Teaches the move Sleep Talk.
TR28 Machines Teaches the move Megahorn.
TR29 Machines Teaches the move Baton Pass.
TR30 Machines Teaches the move Encore.
TR31 Machines Teaches the move Iron Tail.
TR32 Machines Teaches the move Crunch.
TR33 Machines Teaches the move Shadow Ball.
TR34 Machines Teaches the move Future Sight.
TR35 Machines Teaches the move Uproar.
TR36 Machines Teaches the move Heat Wave.
TR37 Machines Teaches the move Taunt.
TR38 Machines Teaches the move Trick.
TR39 Machines Teaches the move Superpower.
TR40 Machines Teaches the move Skill Swap.
TR41 Machines Teaches the move Blaze Kick.
TR42 Machines Teaches the move Hyper Voice.
TR43 Machines Teaches the move Overheat.
TR44 Machines Teaches the move Cosmic Power.
TR45 Machines Teaches the move Muddy Water.
TR46 Machines Teaches the move Iron Defense.
TR47 Machines Teaches the move Dragon Claw.
TR48 Machines Teaches the move Bulk Up.
TR49 Machines Teaches the move Calm Mind.
TR50 Machines Teaches the move Leaf Blade.
TR51 Machines Teaches the move Dragon Dance.
TR52 Machines Teaches the move Gyro Ball.
TR53 Machines Teaches the move Close Combat.
TR54 Machines Teaches the move Toxic Spikes.
TR55 Machines Teaches the move Flare Blitz.
TR56 Machines Teaches the move Aura Sphere.
TR57 Machines Teaches the move Poison Jab.
TR58 Machines Teaches the move Dark Pulse.
TR59 Machines Teaches the move Seed Bomb.
TR60 Machines Teaches the move X-Scissor.
TR61 Machines Teaches the move Bug Buzz.
TR62 Machines Teaches the move Dragon Pulse.
TR63 Machines Teaches the move Power Gem.
TR64 Machines Teaches the move Focus Blast.
TR65 Machines Teaches the move Energy Ball.
TR66 Machines Teaches the move Brave Bird.
TR67 Machines Teaches the move Earth Power.
TR68 Machines Teaches the move Nasty Plot.
TR69 Machines Teaches the move Zen Headbutt.
TR70 Machines Teaches the move Flash Cannon.
TR71 Machines Teaches the move Leaf Storm.
TR72 Machines Teaches the move Power Whip.
TR73 Machines Teaches the move Gunk Shot.
TR74 Machines Teaches the move Iron Head.
TR75 Machines Teaches the move Stone Edge.
TR76 Machines Teaches the move Stealth Rock.
TR77 Machines Teaches the move Grass Knot.
TR78 Machines Teaches the move Sludge Wave.
TR79 Machines Teaches the move Heavy Slam.
TR80 Machines Teaches the move Electro Ball.
TR81 Machines Teaches the move Foul Play.
TR82 Machines Teaches the move Stored Power.
TR83 Machines Teaches the move Ally Switch.
TR84 Machines Teaches the move Scald.
TR85 Machines Teaches the move Work Up.
TR86 Machines Teaches the move Wild Charge.
TR87 Machines Teaches the move Drill Run.
TR88 Machines Teaches the move Heat Crash.
TR89 Machines Teaches the move Hurricane.
TR90 Machines Teaches the move Play Rough.
TR91 Machines Teaches the move Venom Drench.
TR92 Machines Teaches the move Dazzling Gleam.
TR93 Machines Teaches the move Darkest Lariat.
TR94 Machines Teaches the move High Horsepower.
TR95 Machines Teaches the move Throat Chop.
TR96 Machines Teaches the move Pollen Puff.
TR97 Machines Teaches the move Psychic Fangs.
TR98 Machines Teaches the move Liquidation.
TR99 Machines Teaches the move Body Press.
Tropical Shell General items
Tropius Leaf Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Tumblestone General items
Twice-Spiced Radish General items
Twisted Spoon Hold items Increases the power of Psychic-type moves.
Tynamo Slime Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Tyranitarite Hold items Enables Tyranitar to Mega Evolve during battle.
Ultra Ball Pokeballs An ultra-performance Ball that provides a higher Pokémon catch rate than a Great Ball.
Ultranecrozium Z Hold items Allows Ultra Necrozma to upgrade Photon Geyser to a Z-Move, Light That Burns the Sky.
Upgrade General items Evolves Porygon when traded holding the item.
Utility Umbrella Hold items An item to be held by a Pokémon. This sturdy umbrella protects the holder from the effects of weather.
Varoom Fume Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Vee-Vee Pick A pick designed after Eevee, sporting the Pokémon’s usual expression. It’s easy to grab by the ears, which is part of why it’s so popular.
Veluza Fillet Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Venonat Fang Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Venusaurite Hold items Enables Venusaur to Mega Evolve during battle.
Vinegar A very sour condiment. Vinegars derived from grapes are popular in Paldea. Highly effective when used to add just a light note of flavor.
Violet Book A record of the expedition that the author, Heath, went on within the Great Crater of Paldea. The book has the name “Turo” written on it in clumsy handwriting.
Vivichoke General items
Voltorb Sparks Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Wacan Berry Berries Weakens a supereffective Electric-type attack against the holding Pokémon.
Wasabi This very spicy condiment seems close to horseradish at first, but you’ll find that it has a superb flavor all its own.
Water Gem Hold items Increases the power of a Water-type move only once.
Water Memory Hold items Changes Silvally and its move Multi-Attack to Water type.
Water Stone General items Evolves certain species of Pokémon.
Water Tera Shard On rare occasions, these shards form when a Tera Pokémon falls in battle and its Tera Jewel shatters.
Watercress A very bitter ingredient that stands out among veggies for its quirky flavor. People tend to either like it or not like it—they rarely sit on the fence.
Waterium Z Hold items Allows the use of Hydro Vortex, the Water type Z-Move.
Watmel Berry Berries A Berry which is very rare in the Unova region. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
Wattrel Feather Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Wave Incense Hold items Increases the power of Water-type moves. Breeding Mantine produces Mantyke when held.
Weakness Policy Hold items Sharply raises Attack and Special Attack if hit by a super-effective move.
Wepear Berry Berries A Berry which is very rare in the Unova region. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
Whimsical Tablecloth A tablecloth made in collaboration with a popular picture-book author. The gently drawn Pokémon make even the loveliest picnic table more charming.
Whipped Cream A very sweet condiment. Folks in Paldea seem to love the varieties that really let the sweetness sing.
Whipped Dream General items Evolves Swirlix when traded holding the item.
White Apricorn General items A white Apricorn. It doesn't smell like anything.
White Dish A dish for picnics. Comes in plenty of colors to choose from based on the food or the mood. The white variety comes recommended by sellers.
White Flute General items A toy flute made from white glass. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
White Herb Hold items An item to be held by a POKéMON. It restores any lowered stat in battle. It can be used only once.
Wide Lens Hold items Increases the accuracy of moves.
Wiglett Sand Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Wiki Berry Berries Restores HP if it's low, but may cause confusion.
Wing Ball Pokeballs
Wingull Feather Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Winking Pika Pick A Pick-achu, if you will, sporting Pikachu’s winking face. It’s easy to grab by the ears, which is part of why it’s so popular.
Wise Glasses Hold items Increases the power of Special-category moves.
Wishing Piece General items Activates a Pokémon Den for a Max Raid Battle.
Wood General items
Wooper Slime Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
X Accuracy Battle items Raises Accuracy of a Pokémon in battle.
X Accuracy 2 Battle items Sharply raises Accuracy of a Pokémon in battle.
X Accuracy 3 Battle items Drastically raises Accuracy of a Pokémon in battle.
X Accuracy 6 Battle items Immensely raises Accuracy of a Pokémon in battle.
X Attack Battle items Raises Attack of a Pokémon in battle.
X Attack 2 Battle items Sharply raises Attack of a Pokémon in battle.
X Attack 3 Battle items Drastically raises Attack of a Pokémon in battle.
X Attack 6 Battle items Immensely raises Attack of a Pokémon in battle.
X Defense Battle items Raises Defense of a Pokémon in battle.
X Defense 2 Battle items Sharply raises Defense of a Pokémon in battle.
X Defense 3 Battle items Drastically raises Defense of a Pokémon in battle.
X Defense 6 Battle items Immensely raises Defense of a Pokémon in battle.
X Sp. Atk Battle items Raises Special Attack of a Pokémon in battle.
X Sp. Atk 2 Battle items Sharply raises Special Attack of a Pokémon in battle.
X Sp. Atk 3 Battle items Drastically raises Special Attack of a Pokémon in battle.
X Sp. Atk 6 Battle items Immensely raises Special Attack of a Pokémon in battle.
X Sp. Def Battle items Raises Special Defense of a Pokémon in battle.
X Sp. Def 2 Battle items Sharply raises Special Defense of a Pokémon in battle.
X Sp. Def 3 Battle items Drastically raises Special Defense of a Pokémon in battle.
X Sp. Def 6 Battle items Immensely raises Special Defense of a Pokémon in battle.
X Speed Battle items Raises Speed of a Pokémon in battle.
X Speed 2 Battle items Sharply raises Speed of a Pokémon in battle.
X Speed 3 Battle items Drastically raises Speed of a Pokémon in battle.
X Speed 6 Battle items Immensely raises Speed of a Pokémon in battle.
Yache Berry Berries Weakens a supereffective Ice-type attack against the holding Pokémon.
Yarn Ball A small ball of yarn. It’s woven tight so as not to unravel, but even if it were to come undone, at least you could still use the yarn for something.
Yellow Apricorn General items A yellow Apricorn. It has an invigorating scent.
Yellow Bell Pepper An ingredient with some bitterness. It’s not much different from its red counterpart in flavor, but mixing the colors makes a feast for the eyes.
Yellow Bottle A go-to bottle widely used for drinks at picnics. Its simple design and portability make it popular among all sorts of people.
Yellow Cup A cup sold with the Yellow Bottle. The two don’t stack, so they’re tough to pack—but they look good, so they’re popular with those who like to post picnic photos.
Yellow Dish A dish for picnics. Comes in plenty of colors to choose from based on the food or the mood. The yellow variety is impossible to go wrong with.
Yellow Flute General items A toy flute made from yellow glass. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
Yellow Nectar Hold items A flower nectar obtained at Melemele Meadow. It changes the form of certain species of Pokémon.
Yellow Scarf General items Raises holder's Tough aspect in a Contest.
Yellow Shard General items A small yellow shard. It appears to be from some sort of implement made long ago.
Yellow Tablecloth A simple yellow tablecloth. It’s smooth and pleasant to the touch, and dishes can be placed on it with hardly a sound.
Yogurt A condiment that’s very sweet and very sour. It goes especially well with fruit and is easy to incorporate into a sandwich.
Yungoos Fur Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Zangoose Claw Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.
Zap Plate Hold items Increases power of Electric-type moves. Changes Arceus' type to Electric.
Zinc Medicine Increases Special Defense EVs by 10.
Zoom Lens Hold items Raises a move's accuracy if the holder moves after its target.
Zorua Fur Material accidentally dropped by a Pokémon. It can be used to make TMs.