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A Lum Berry (Japanese: ラムのみ Lum Fruit) is a type of Berry introduced in Generation III. It is the spiritual successor of the MiracleBerry from Generation II, having an identical effect when used on or by a Pokémon.
Growth and harvest
A Lum Berry will mature from a planted seed to a full-grown, fruit-bearing tree in 48 hours, with 12 hours per stage. A Lum tree will yield 1-2 Berries.
A Lum Berry will mature from a planted seed to a full-grown, fruit-bearing tree in 48 hours, with 12 hours per stage. A Lum tree will yield 2-5 Berries.
A Lum Berry, if held by a Pokémon, can cure it of any status condition instantly, or can be used as an item to cure any status condition at any time.
At 100% performance, this Berry will contribute 60 units of powder.
At 100% performance, a Lum Berry can produce a Level 14 (maybe higher) Bitter Poffin when cooking alone.
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In the anime
In Beating the Bustle and Hustle!, James said that there was Old Gateau and Lum Berries on the menu in the Sinnoh Pokémon Hustle Refreshment Room.
Two episodes later, the actual Berries made an appearance. Team Rocket stole some from Lulu. Jessie was later going to use them in battle, but unknown to her, her Pokémon was the one who should eat it. Because of this, she was the one who ate it.
Lum Berries appeared again in An Egg Scramble!, where they were one of the things Khoury was selling at his stall in the Johto Festival.
A couple of Lum Berries made an appearance in Grooming Furfrou!, being presented by Jessica.
In the TCG
The following is a list of cards named Lum Berry.
- The Lum Berry is the only Berry with a unique growth period; all other Berries share theirs with at least two others. This is only true in Generation IV, however, as the Leppa Berry was the only Berry that grew in 16 hours in Generation III.
||ラムのみ Ramu no Mi
||From プラム puramu, plum.
||From Prunus domestica.
||From prugna, plum.
||From ciruela, plum.
||리샘열매 Risaem Yeolmae
||From 매실 maesil, plum.
||綠姆果 Lǜmǔ Guǒ
||From 綠 lǜ (green) and possibly 萊姆 láimǔ (lime).