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Revision as of 13:34, 13 December 2009

A shard is a type of item that appears in Generations III and IV

In Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald, shards can be traded individually for evolutionary stones. In Pokémon Diamond and Pearl, they can be traded in groups of 10 to a woman on Route 212 for a weather-changing TM. In Pokémon Platinum, three men in various locations in Sinnoh (Route 212, Snowpoint City, and the Survival Area) will teach Pokémon one of 38 predefined moves in exchange for a combination of red, yellow, green, and/or blue shards. Unlike in Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald, these moves can be taught more than once, only requiring the necessary shards. In HeartGold and SoulSilver, shards can be traded for Berries by a juggler that is found in either in Violet City that is near the Pokémon Center or in Fuschia City who is standing near Pal Park.

In Pokémon Platinum, one shard of each color can be obtained by giving Mr. Fuego a Star Piece at the Fuego Ironworks.

In Generation III, shards are referred to as "shards of tools made in ancient times", by a treasure hunter. In the Underground's mining game, they appear to be broken pieces of plates. Specifically, the Red Shard appears to be from a Flame Plate, the Yellow Shard appears to be from a Zap Plate, the Green Shard appears to be from a Meadow Plate, and the Blue Shard appears to be from a Splash Plate.

Types of shards

File:Redshard.png Red Shard

In Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald, these can be traded for a Fire Stone. In Pokémon Diamond and Pearl, ten can be traded for TM11 (Sunny Day).

File:Yellowshard.png Yellow Shard

In Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald, these can be traded for a Thunderstone. In Pokémon Diamond and Pearl, ten can be traded for TM37 (Sandstorm).

Bag Green Shard Sprite.png Green Shard

In Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald, these can be traded for a Leaf Stone. In Pokémon Diamond and Pearl, ten can be traded for TM07 (Hail).

Bag Blue Shard Sprite.png Blue Shard

In Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald, these can be traded for a Water Stone. In Pokémon Diamond and Pearl, ten can be traded for TM18 (Rain Dance).

Appearance

Mine Red Shard.png Mine Blue Shard.png Mine Green Shard.png Mine Yellow Shard.png
Red Shard Blue Shard Green Shard Yellow Shard

Trivia

  • The name and color of each shard corresponds to a Generation I game.
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