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Revision as of 05:17, 22 February 2013

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Berries were introduced in Generation II to take advantage of the then-new held items feature, which allows a Pokémon to hold and use specific items in battle. As the standard Generation I items, such as Potions and Full Heals, are man-made, a system of ten Berries was created, each with a different effect. While these Berries no longer exist, having been replaced by the new system in Generation III, their effects are similar to—and in many cases exactly the same as—the first ten Berries introduced in Hoenn.

List of Generation II Berries


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