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A '''Revive''' is a type of [[item]] from the [[Pokémon games]]. They can be used during or out of {{pkmn|battle}} to restore a Pokémon which has fainted. They can be found on the ground, whether readily visible or hidden from sight and requiring an [[Itemfinder]] to locate. Standard Revives can be bought at some [[Poké Mart]]s. In [[Generation IV]], Revives and Max Revives can be found while digging in [[the Underground]].
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A '''Revive''' is a type of [[item]] from the [[Pokémon games]]. They can be used during or out of {{pkmn|battle}} to restore a Pokémon which has fainted. They can be found on the ground, whether readily visible or hidden from sight and requiring an [[Itemfinder]] to locate. Standard Revives can be bought at some [[Poké Mart]]s. In [[Generation IV]], Revives and Max Revives can be found while digging in [[the Underground]]. A standard Revive is an [[wp:Octohedron|octohedron]]. However, the Max Revive is portrayed in the [[Dream World]] artwork and in its icon sprite as a [[wp:Polyhedron|polyhedron]] with 24 faces, but in the [[Sinnoh Underground]] as a 32-faced polyhedron.
   
 
==Types of Revive==
 
==Types of Revive==

Revision as of 21:32, 25 January 2013

A Revive is a type of item from the Pokémon games. They can be used during or out of battle to restore a Pokémon which has fainted. They can be found on the ground, whether readily visible or hidden from sight and requiring an Itemfinder to locate. Standard Revives can be bought at some Poké Marts. In Generation IV, Revives and Max Revives can be found while digging in the Underground. A standard Revive is an octohedron. However, the Max Revive is portrayed in the Dream World artwork and in its icon sprite as a polyhedron with 24 faces, but in the Sinnoh Underground as a 32-faced polyhedron.

Types of Revive

Appearance

When they are found in the underground, they look as follows:

Mine Revive.png Mine Max Revive.png
Revive Max Revive

These are artwork of the items as seen in the Pokémon Dream World.

Dream Revive Sprite.png Dream Max Revive Sprite.png
Revive Max Revive

In the TCG

Both varieties of Revive are featured in the Pokémon Trading Card Game. The following is a list of cards named Revive or Max Revive.

Related cards
Cards listed with a blue background are only legal to use in the current Expanded format.
Cards listed with a silver background are legal to use in both the current Standard and Expanded formats.
Card Type English
Expansion
Rarity # Japanese
Expansion
Rarity #
Revive I Base Set Uncommon 89/102 Expansion Pack Uncommon  
      Base Set    
Black & White Uncommon 102/114 White Collection Uncommon 048/053
      Battle Theme Deck: Victini   016/021
Max Revive T       Extended Sheet 2 Common  
Gym Challenge Uncommon 117/132 Guren Town Gym    
      Pokémon Web Uncommon 030/048
 

In the TFG

The following is a list of cards named Max Revive.

Name Type Rarity Set Set no.
Max Revive T Common Next Quest 1/8

Trivia

In other languages

Revive Max Revive
Korean 기력의조각 Gi'ryŏk-ŭi Jogak 기력의덩어리 Gi'ryŏk-ŭi Dŏng'ŏri


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