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'''Gems''' (Japanese: '''ジュエル''' ''Jewel'') are one-use [[type-enhancing item]]s introduced in [[Generation V]]. There are 17 types of Gems, one corresponding to each of the 17 [[type]]s. A Gem is consumed when the Pokémon holding it uses a damaging attack that matches the Gem's type; the attack's [[power]] is boosted by 50%. The Gem will not be consumed if the attack misses. Gems are usually found in dust clouds.
 
'''Gems''' (Japanese: '''ジュエル''' ''Jewel'') are one-use [[type-enhancing item]]s introduced in [[Generation V]]. There are 17 types of Gems, one corresponding to each of the 17 [[type]]s. A Gem is consumed when the Pokémon holding it uses a damaging attack that matches the Gem's type; the attack's [[power]] is boosted by 50%. The Gem will not be consumed if the attack misses. Gems are usually found in dust clouds.

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Gems (Japanese: ジュエル Jewel) are one-use type-enhancing items introduced in Generation V. There are 17 types of Gems, one corresponding to each of the 17 types. A Gem is consumed when the Pokémon holding it uses a damaging attack that matches the Gem's type; the attack's power is boosted by 50%. The Gem will not be consumed if the attack misses. Gems are usually found in dust clouds.

List of Gems

In the anime

A Dragon Gem appeared in A Connoisseur's Revenge!, where it was offered to Iris and her Axew by a Poké Mart clerk.

A Fire Gem appeared in Climbing the Tower of Success!.


Trivia

  • The Gems operate in a similar way to the Plates of Generation IV. However, there is one Plate for each type except Normal, while there is one Gem for each type.
Type-enhancing items
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Items
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Plates
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Incenses
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Orbs
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Gems


Held items
In-battle effect items
BerriesDrivesEV-enhancing itemsEvolution-inducing held itemsExperience-affecting items
GemsIncensePlatesMega StonesStat-enhancing itemsType-enhancing items

Out-of-battle effect items
EV-enhancing itemsEvolution-inducing held itemsIncenseMailScarves

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