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Revision as of 15:30, 17 January 2007

Mail, in terms of the Pokémon world, is a held item given to a Pokémon that contains a message written by the trainer. This message can then be given to other trainers by trading Pokémon. The mail system has been tweaked slightly since its introduction in Generation II, becoming more restrictive of what can be said in the message in Generation III.

Types of mail

Generation II

Mail in Generation II contains 32 spaces, 16 spaces across two rows, in which a message can be entered. Unlike in future versions, the message is not restricted to certain words, allowing trainers to place any message that they desire in the mail.

Each item costs 50File:Pokébuck sign.gif unless otherwise noted.

Eon Mail

Mail with an Eevee silhouette. Obtained only through Mystery Gift.

Flower Mail

Mail with a flower pattern. Available at various Poké Marts.

Liteblue Mail

Mail with a Dratini pattern. Available in Vermilion City.

Lovely Mail

Mail decorated with hearts. Available in Celadon City.

Mirage Mail

Mail with a Mew silhouette. Obtained only through Mystery Gift.

Morph Mail

Mail with a Ditto silhouette. Obtained only through Mystery Gift.

Music Mail

Mail with a Natu silhouette. Obtained only through Mystery Gift.

Portrait Mail

Mail that contains a silhouette of the Pokémon that holds it. Available in the Mt. Moon Square.

Surf Mail

Mail with a Lapras pattern. Available at various Poké Marts.

Generation III

Mail in Generation III contains nine spaces, four rows of two spaces with a fifth row containing one space, in which a message can be entered. Unlike Generation II, the message is restricted to certain words preprogrammed into the game, often preventing a trainer from saying what the trainer truly wants to say. The only words that can be added to the list of words are ones obtained from the Hipster in Mauville City.

Each item costs 50File:Pokébuck sign.gif unless otherwise noted.

Bead Mail

Mail that contains a picture of the Pokémon that holds it. Available in the Trick House.

Dream Mail

Mail that contains a picture of the Pokémon that holds it. Available in Six Island.

Fab Mail

Mail with an extremely decorative design. Available in Cerulean City.

Glitter Mail

Mail with a picture of Pikachu. Available in the Trick House.

Harbor Mail

Mail with a picture of Wingull. Available in various locations. Is required for the Coin Case in R/S.

Mech Mail

Mail with a picture of Magnemite. Available in the Trick House and the Lilycove Department Store.

Orange Mail

Mail with a picture of Zigzagoon. Available in the Trick House and Petalburg City.

Retro Mail

Mail with a picture of all three Kanto Starter Pokémon. Available in the Celadon Department Store.

Shadow Mail

Mail with a picture of Duskull. Available in the Trick House and Sootopolis City.

Tropic Mail

Mail with a picture of Bellossom. Available in the Trick House and Pacifidlog Town.

Wave Mail

Mail with a picture of Wailmer. Available in the Trick House and the Lilycove Department Store.

Wood Mail

Mail with a picture of Slakoth. Available in the Trick House and Fortree City.

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