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[[File:Bag Odd Keystone Sprite.png|right|thumb]]The '''Odd Keystone''' is an [[item]] used in the [[Generation IV]] games to summon {{p|Spiritomb}}.
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The '''Odd Keystone''' (Japanese: '''かなめいし''' ''Keystone'') is an [[item]] used in the [[Generation IV]] games to summon {{p|Spiritomb}}.
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Odd Keystones acts like containers, capable of trapping and binding Spiritomb inside themselves. All Spiritomb use them as a base.
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==In the games==
 
==In the games==
 
[[File:Mine Odd Keystone.png|frame|An Odd Keystone in [[the Underground]]]]
 
[[File:Mine Odd Keystone.png|frame|An Odd Keystone in [[the Underground]]]]
They can be found by digging in the [[Sinnoh]] [[The Underground|Underground]], and one can be found with the {{DL|Pokétch|Dowsing Machine}} in [[Twinleaf Town]]. A {{OBP|Black Belt|Trainer class}} just west of [[Hearthome City]] hands one to the player, indicating not to ask questions about it, before describing the procedure to summon {{p|Spiritomb}}.
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In {{game2|Diamond|Pearl|Platinum}}, they can be found by digging in the [[Sinnoh]] [[The Underground|Underground]], and one can be found with the {{DL|Pokétch|Dowsing Machine}} in [[Twinleaf Town]]. A {{OBP|Black Belt|Trainer class}} just west of [[Hearthome City]] hands one to the player, indicating not to ask questions about it, before describing the procedure to summon {{p|Spiritomb}}.
   
 
The procedure is as follows. The player must take the Odd Keystone to the broken-down tower on {{rt|209|Sinnoh}} and place it there. After this, the player must go underground and talk to 32 other players, and after having returned to the surface, Spiritomb will appear the next time they inspect the Hallowed Tower.
 
The procedure is as follows. The player must take the Odd Keystone to the broken-down tower on {{rt|209|Sinnoh}} and place it there. After this, the player must go underground and talk to 32 other players, and after having returned to the surface, Spiritomb will appear the next time they inspect the Hallowed Tower.
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Once placed in [[Hallowed Tower]], the player can check the Odd Keystone every now and then to get an idea of their progress towards unlocking Spiritomb. Progress is indicated by gradually changing responses from checking the Keystone; the responses change as the player talks to more people Underground.
 
Once placed in [[Hallowed Tower]], the player can check the Odd Keystone every now and then to get an idea of their progress towards unlocking Spiritomb. Progress is indicated by gradually changing responses from checking the Keystone; the responses change as the player talks to more people Underground.
   
In {{game2|HeartGold|SoulSilver|Platinum}}, Spiritomb's battle animation allows the Odd Keystone it is bound to to be revealed.
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In {{game|Black and White|s|Pokémon Black 2 and White 2|4=2}}, it can be obtained from one specific antique shop variant in [[Join Avenue]]. To obtain in any other game, the Odd Keystone must be [[trade]]d from within said game's respective [[generation]].
   
In HeartGold and SoulSilver, it can only be obtained by trading it from Pokémon Diamond, Pearl, or Platinum, but it has no function.
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Outside of Pokémon Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum, its only use is to be sold, either for {{pdollar}}1050 normally or {{pdollar}}3000 when sold to the [[item maniac]] in [[Icirrus City]].
 
In Black, White and Black 2 it can be obtained by trading it from Pokemon White 2, but it has no function.
 
 
In White 2 it can be obtained from an antique shop in [[Join Avenue]], there is currently no known use, however.
 
 
It can be sold for {{pdollar}}1050, or in [[Generation V]], to the [[item maniac]] in [[Icirrus City]] for {{pdollar}}3000.
 
 
It is clearly visible in Spiritomb's backsprites.
 
   
 
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[[File:DP056.png||left|thumb|The Odd Keystone in the anime]]
 
[[File:DP056.png||left|thumb|The Odd Keystone in the anime]]
 
In ''[[DP056|The Keystone Pops!]]'', {{Ash}} and {{an|Dawn}} were training their {{AP|Buizel}} and {{TP|Dawn|Aipom}}, when Buizel's {{m|SonicBoom}} destroyed the [[Hallowed Tower]]. A {{p|Spiritomb}} then rose from the debris and began wreaking havoc. Ash and {{AP|Pikachu}} eventually battle the Spiritomb, and once it is hit by Pikachu's {{m|Thunderbolt}}, Spiritomb retreats back into the Odd Keystone, and the Hallowed Tower is rebuilt.
 
In ''[[DP056|The Keystone Pops!]]'', {{Ash}} and {{an|Dawn}} were training their {{AP|Buizel}} and {{TP|Dawn|Aipom}}, when Buizel's {{m|SonicBoom}} destroyed the [[Hallowed Tower]]. A {{p|Spiritomb}} then rose from the debris and began wreaking havoc. Ash and {{AP|Pikachu}} eventually battle the Spiritomb, and once it is hit by Pikachu's {{m|Thunderbolt}}, Spiritomb retreats back into the Odd Keystone, and the Hallowed Tower is rebuilt.
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==Trivia==
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* It is clearly visible in Spiritomb's backsprites.
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* In {{game2|HeartGold|SoulSilver|Platinum}}, Spiritomb's battle animation allows the Odd Keystone to be seen.
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==In other languages==
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{{Langtable|color={{ghost color}}|bordercolor={{dark color light}}
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|fr=Clé de Voûte
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|de=Spiritkern
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|it=Roccianima
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|ko=쐐기돌 ''Sswaegi Dol''
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|es={{tt|P.|Piedra}} Espíritu}}
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Revision as of 18:46, 30 January 2013

Bag Odd Keystone Sprite.png

The Odd Keystone (Japanese: かなめいし Keystone) is an item used in the Generation IV games to summon Spiritomb.

Odd Keystones acts like containers, capable of trapping and binding Spiritomb inside themselves. All Spiritomb use them as a base.

In the games

An Odd Keystone in the Underground

In Pokémon Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum, they can be found by digging in the Sinnoh Underground, and one can be found with the Dowsing Machine in Twinleaf Town. A Black Belt just west of Hearthome City hands one to the player, indicating not to ask questions about it, before describing the procedure to summon Spiritomb.

The procedure is as follows. The player must take the Odd Keystone to the broken-down tower on Route 209 and place it there. After this, the player must go underground and talk to 32 other players, and after having returned to the surface, Spiritomb will appear the next time they inspect the Hallowed Tower.

Though the technical requirement is to talk to 32 people, the player needs only to talk to one person 32 times, either leaving the Underground after each time or entering and exiting their Secret Base using the "close door and decorate" function, for it to count separately for both players.

Once placed in Hallowed Tower, the player can check the Odd Keystone every now and then to get an idea of their progress towards unlocking Spiritomb. Progress is indicated by gradually changing responses from checking the Keystone; the responses change as the player talks to more people Underground.

In Pokémon Black 2 and White 2, it can be obtained from one specific antique shop variant in Join Avenue. To obtain in any other game, the Odd Keystone must be traded from within said game's respective generation.

Outside of Pokémon Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum, its only use is to be sold, either for PokémonDollar.png1050 normally or PokémonDollar.png3000 when sold to the item maniac in Icirrus City.

Flavor text

Games Description

A vital item that is needed to keep a stone tower from collapsing. Voices can be heard from it occasionally.

In the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series

File:Sealed Ruin pit.png
Spiritomb, as an Odd Keystone, in the Mystery Dungeon series.

When the player and partner first arrive at the pit of Sealed Ruins, they will only see an Odd Keystone. After a moment it will turn into Spiritomb and challenge the player.

When Spiritomb is sleeping, it goes back into the Odd Keystone.

In the anime

The Odd Keystone in the anime

In The Keystone Pops!, Ash and Dawn were training their Buizel and Aipom, when Buizel's SonicBoom destroyed the Hallowed Tower. A Spiritomb then rose from the debris and began wreaking havoc. Ash and Pikachu eventually battle the Spiritomb, and once it is hit by Pikachu's Thunderbolt, Spiritomb retreats back into the Odd Keystone, and the Hallowed Tower is rebuilt.

Trivia

In other languages

Language Title
France Flag.png French Clé de Voûte
Germany Flag.png German Spiritkern
Italy Flag.png Italian Roccianima
South Korea Flag.png Korean 쐐기돌 Sswaegi Dol
Spain Flag.png Spanish P. Espíritu


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