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A Liechi Berry (Japanese: チイラのみ Chyla Fruit) is a type of Berry introduced in Generation III.
Growth and harvest
A Liechi Berry will mature from a planted seed to a full-grown, fruit-bearing tree in 96 hours, with 24 hours per stage. A Liechi tree will yield 1-2 Berries.
A Liechi Berry will mature from a planted seed to a full-grown, fruit-bearing tree in 96 hours, with 24 hours per stage. A Liechi tree will yield 1-5 Berries.
A Liechi Berry will mature from a planted seed to a full-grown, fruit-bearing tree in 96 hours, with 16 hours per stage. A Liechi tree will yield 1-10 Berries. During its growth, watering the plant will add 0.2 Berries to the final harvest, weeding it will add 0.1, and removing a pest will add 1.
At 100% performance, this Berry will contribute 1000 units of powder.
At 100% performance, a Liechi Berry can produce a Level 37 (probably higher) Sweet-Spicy Poffin when cooking alone.
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In the anime
Liechi Berries in the anime
Liechi Berry played a prominent role in Who, What, When, Where, Wynaut?, as it was the main food source for Mirage Island's Wynaut population. May received a basketful of the rare Berries as a parting gift.
Liechi Berries also appeared in The Forest Champion! along with some Passho Berries an Ursaring stole from a group of forest Pokémon.
Liechi Berries were seen amongst the Berries Ash gave to his Pokémon as a gift in Under the Pledging Tree!.
Liechi Berries were seen amongst the many different kinds of Berries used as a part of the Anistar City Pokémon Showcase in XY090.
In the manga
Liechi Berries in Pokémon Adventures
In the Pokémon Adventures manga
Liechi Berries made a brief appearance in With a Spoink in Your Step I, where Plusle and Minun were seen hiding behind a Liechi Berry plant on Mirage Island.
|| チイラのみ Chyla no Mi
|| From ライチ lychee.
|| Baie Lichii
|| Baya Lichi
||치리열매 Cheely Yeolmae
||From 리치 lychee.
||奇拉果 Qílā Guǒ *
甜辣荔 Tiánlà Lì *
|Transliteration of its Japanese name.|
From 甜辣 tiánlà (sweet and spicy) and 荔枝 lìzhī (lychee).