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Natural objects (Japanese: 自然物 natural objects) are a game mechanic introduced in Pokémon X and Y. In both wild and Trainer battles, they can appear behind the opponent. These objects can be hit by specific moves that would hit multiple Pokémon (even if used during a single battle). If they are hit, they break or drop Berries and remain that way until the end of the battle, when the player will pick up one item.
If a natural object can appear, a platform will be visible behind the opponent; any natural object will appear on this platform. Only one natural object can appear at a time, and once it is broken it remains broken until the end of the battle.
The item is picked up after the player's Pokémon have gained experience from defeating the last Pokémon. The player will not be able to pick up the item if they lose, run, or catch the Pokémon.
These objects disappear temporarily while a terrain move is in effect and cannot be destroyed until its effect fades. The objects will not be destroyed unless the move affects at least one Pokémon.
Natural objects will never appear while surfing, and while they sometimes can appear while fishing, they will not appear if fishing while surfing.
List of natural objects
Every location that has a natural object is classified as a certain type of area. Each object only appears in one type of area, and most types of areas have two objects that appear commonly and one object that appears rarely.
|| Green Berry tree
|| Purple Berry tree
|| Route 5, Route 6, Route 7, Route 10, Route 11, Route 18 (west), Route 19 (west), Route 22, Pokémon Village
|| Yellow Berry tree
|| Spiky rock 2
|| Round rock
|| Route 8 (grass and flowers), Route 9, Route 13, Route 18 (east), Route 19 (east)
|| Red Berry tree
|| Pink Berry tree
|| Sand pile
|| Route 8 (beach), Route 12 (beach), Ambrette Town, Cyllage City, Shalour City, Azure Bay
|| Blue Berry tree
|| Snow pile
|| Route 17, Frost Cavern (outside)
|| Spiky rock 1
|| Thin rock
|| Connecting Cave, Sea Spirit's Den, Terminus Cave, Victory Road (inside), Unknown Dungeon
| Luminous cave
|| Mossy rock
|| Glittering Cave