When ponigiri is fed to a Pokémon, its Energy is increased depending on the ponigiri's type. Ponigiri Shops can be upgraded to higher levels by investing in the Bank.
The types of ponigiri available in Ponigiri Shops vary depending on the shop's level. In a level one Ponigiri Shop, only the Ponigiri is sold. In a level two Ponigiri Shop, Ponigiri and Red Ponigiri are available. In a level three shop, Ponigiri, Red Ponigiri, and Blue Ponigiri are available.
After ponigiri is fed to a Pokémon, sometimes the Shopkeeper will ask if the player wants to feed the Pokémon another helping of the ponigiri. If the Pokémon doesn't eat too much, the Energy will increase to its maximum level. If the Pokémon eats too much, the Energy will decrease. Occasionally, the additional ponigiri helping is missing an ingredient and will do nothing for their Energy level.
Purple Ponigiri can be purchased from the shops. Purple Ponigiri can only be fed to a Pokémon during battle to increase its Energy level.
Types of Ponigiri
- Ponigiri - increases a Pokémon's Energy a little bit (one increment).
- Red Ponigiri - increases a Pokémon's Energy quite a bit (two increments).
- Blue Ponigiri - increases a Pokémon's Energy by a significant amount.
- Purple Ponigiri - increases a Pokémon's Energy to the maximum level.
- Ponigiri is based on rice balls.
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