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Pokéblocks in the anime.
Pokéblock case in Generation VI

Pokéblocks (Japanese: ポロック Polock) are colorful candy blocks made for Pokémon and are primarily used to increase a Pokémon's condition in one of five areas: Cool, Beauty, Cute, Smart, and/or Tough, for Pokémon Contests. The Generation IV equivalent of Pokéblocks are Poffins.

Pokéblocks are used to prepare a Pokémon for Pokémon Contests by raising its condition in the category it will participate in, as well as the two adjacent attributes. The better its condition in those areas and the better its luster, the better the Pokémon will perform in the preliminary judging. Pokéblocks are also used in Hoenn's Safari Zone in feeders to attract Pokémon of certain Natures. Also in the Safari Zone, Pokéblocks can be thrown at a Wild Pokémon to make it less likely to escape.

A Pokéblock case is required before Pokéblocks can be made. It stores them for later use, and can be obtained by speaking to a small girl in the Hyper Rank Contest Hall in Slateport City in Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire and in the Contest Hall in Lilycove City in Pokémon Emerald.

Using Pokéblocks

Mightyena being fed a Purple Pokéblock

Feeding a Pokéblock to a Pokémon increases its condition by amounts dependent upon the Berries used in its creation and influenced by the skill it was made with. A Pokéblock's feel limits how many Pokéblocks a Pokémon can eat (in Generation III only). Its level indicates the amount by which its strongest flavor will affect the Pokémon's condition, while its color—detailed in the following section—can indicate which flavor is its strongest.

Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald


For every Pokéblock that a Pokémon eats, the value of the Pokéblock's feel is added to a number associated with the Pokémon. This number has a maximum of 255, and when it reaches that point, the Pokémon will no longer be able to eat any more Pokéblocks. The size of this number is indicated by a ring of stars that appears around the Pokémon in the PokéNav as it is fed more Pokéblocks. The ring starts at 1 star and adds a new star after every 29 points of feel, up to a maximum of 10 stars.


A Pokéblock's level indicates the strength of its strongest flavor. If a Pokéblock contains more than one flavor, the only way to know the strength of the others is to calculate them based on the Berries that went into making the Pokéblock, as detailed below.

When a Pokémon is fed a Pokéblock, its condition in each category will be increased depending on the strengths of the flavors in the Pokéblock and which categories they correspond to, up to the maximum of 255 per stat.

If a Pokémon eats a Pokéblock "happily" or "with disdain", the strength of the primary flavor will be multiplied by 1.1 or 0.9 (respectively, and with the result rounded down) before raising the associated condition. If the Pokémon shows neither reaction, no flavor will receive any modification before being added to its condition. A Pokémon's reaction depends on the strengths of its liked and disliked flavors in the Pokéblock. If the flavor it likes is stronger than the flavor it dislikes, it will like the Pokéblock, while it will dislike the Pokéblock if the opposite is true; if those flavors have the same strength, however, the Pokémon will react neutrally.

Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire

In the Generation VI remake, there is no feel value for Pokéblocks and Pokémon have no limit on the number of Pokéblocks they can eat. As a result, it is possible to raise a Pokémon with maximum condition in all five categories.


There are only two levels of Pokéblocks: Regular and Plus.


The effectiveness of a Pokéblock in increasing condition is determined by the Pokémon's affection for the trainer. A Pokémon with a close bond with its Trainer will get an improvement bonus from Pokéblocks than a Pokémon that's indifferent to its Trainer.

Making Pokéblocks

May with her "May's Purple Surprise"

Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald

In Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald, Pokéblocks are made by mixing Berries with one to three other people in a Berry Blender, found at Contest Halls. Once Berries are selected, the center of the blender will spin. When the blender's arrow points to the player's marker, the player can push the A button to make it spin faster. The faster it spins, the better the Pokéblock. If the button is pushed outside of the player's marker, the arrow will spin slower, resulting in bad Pokéblocks. Once it is done, each participant receives a Pokéblock.


The flavors in a Pokéblock depend on the flavors of the Berries that went into making it and the highest speed achieved during the blending. If two or more of the same Berry are used, the resulting Pokéblock will always be a low quality black Pokéblock, which is automatically assigned three random flavors of strength 2. For an overview of the influence that various Berries will have on flavors, refer to the list of Berries by flavor.

If each Berry used in the Pokéblock is different from the others, the flavors in the resulting Pokéblock are calculated as follows:

  1. Add together the respective flavors of all Berries being used (sum all spicy values, all dry values, and so on).
    For instance, if Bluk, Nanab, and Wepear Berries are blended, the result of this step would be spicy: -1; dry: -1; sweet: 0; bitter: 1; and sour: 1.
  2. Multiply the numbers from the previous result by 10 and subtract 1 from each flavor for every flavor that is negative.
    Continuing the example above, the result of this step would be: spicy: -12; dry: -12; sweet: -2; bitter: 8; and sour: 8.
  3. Set any numbers from the previous result that were negative to 0, then multiply them all by X and round the result to the nearest number, where X is MaxRPM / 333 + 1 rounded down to the nearest hundredth place (that is, keeping the first two decimal places).
    Continuing with the established example, if the maximum RPM reported at the end of blending is 110 RPM, then X = 1.33 and the result of this step—and the final values for the strengths of the flavors in the Pokéblock—is spicy: 0; dry: 0; sweet: 0; bitter: 11; and sour: 11.


In most cases, the color of a Pokéblock depends on the number of flavors that are present in the Pokéblock and on the strength of those flavors. The exception is if two or more of the same Berry are used to make a Pokéblock; in this case, the resulting Pokéblock will always be black. Black Pokéblocks are automatically set to have three random flavors of strength 2.

Primary flavor
Flavors present Spicy Dry Sweet Bitter Sour
0 Black Pokéblock.png Black
1, strength ≤ 50 Red Pokéblock.png Red Blue Pokéblock.png Blue Pink Pokéblock.png Pink Green Pokéblock.png Green Yellow Pokéblock.png Yellow
1, strength > 50 Gold Pokéblock.png Gold
2, highest ≤ 50 Purple Pokéblock.png Purple Indigo Pokéblock.png Indigo Brown Pokéblock.png Brown LiteBlue Pokéblock.png LiteBlue Olive Pokéblock.png Olive
2, highest > 50 Gold Pokéblock.png Gold
3 Grey Pokéblock.png Gray
4 White Pokéblock.png White


The feel of a Pokéblock is determined by the average smoothness of the Berries that went into making it and the number of people who participated in making it, as shown below:

Feel = ( Smoothness1 + ... + Smoothnessn ) / n - People

The result of this calculation is rounded down. The maximum value for a Pokéblock's feel is 99. The smoothness for various Berries can be found in the section below.

Smoothness values

In the table below, Berries in italics are e-Reader Berries, some of which were never released for English games.

Smoothness Berries
5 Nutpea, Kuo
20 Leppa, Oran, Persim, Lum, Sitrus, Razz, Bluk, Nanab, Wepear,
Pinap, Pomeg, Kelpsy, Qualot, Hondew, Grepa
25 Cheri, Chesto, Pecha, Rawst, Aspear, Figy, Wiki, Mago, Aguav, Iapapa
30 Tamato, Cornn, Magost, Rabuta, Nomel, Lansat, Starf
40 Enigma
65 Pumkin, Drash, Eggant, Yago, Touga
70 Spelon, Pamtre, Watmel, Durin, Belue, Ginema
80 Liechi, Ganlon, Salac, Petaya, Apicot
85 Strib, Chilan, Niniku, Topo

Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire

In Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, the player is given a Pokéblock Kit, which allows the player to create Pokéblocks from up to four Berries. It acts similarly to the Berry Blender, though its mechanics are much simpler and they do not require more than one player to use.


When the player chooses what Berries to mix in the Pokéblock Kit, the resulting Pokéblock(s) are equal to the number of Berries used in the mix, and they will all be the predominant color of the Berries used. For instance, mixing two Red Berries, one Blue, and one Green, will produce four Red Pokéblocks. There are only six colors of Pokéblocks: Red, Blue, Green, Yellow, Pink, and Rainbow. Rainbow Pokéblocks are created by blending four Berries of all different colors, and increase all contest attributes at once by the same amount.


When the player mixes Pokéblocks, they will be one of two levels, normal or "Pokéblock+". Pokéblock+ Pokéblocks give a larger boost to stats than normal Pokéblocks. The likelihood of getting Pokéblock+ Pokéblocks from mixing is dependent on the Berries used in the mix, with rarer Berries having a higher chance to produce Pokéblock+ Pokéblocks than common Berries. However, all Berries have at least a small chance to produce +rank Pokéblocks.

Blending with NPCs

In Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald, Pokéblocks may be made with friends or with the assistance of in-game NPCs. In Ruby and Sapphire, the player may find one NPC who will assist in Berry Blending at the Verdanturf Town or Fallarbor Town Contest Halls, two NPCs in Slateport City's Contest Hall, and three NPCs in Lilycove City's Contest Hall. In Emerald, there are three Berry Blending machines with one to three NPCs who will assist in Berry Blending all in the Lilycove City Contest Hall, and the Blend Master will occasionally appear as well.

The Berries these NPCs will contribute follow a repeating pattern. They only break this pattern when the player is using the same Berry that they would, in order to avoid producing a black Pokéblock. As an example, if the player uses an Oran Berry (no. 7) or a Wiki Berry (no. 12) at the 4-person Berry Blender, the NPCs there will add Chesto, Aspear, and Rawst Berries. If the player adds a Persim Berry (no. 8), the NPCs will add Pecha, Cheri, and Aspear Berries.

Special cases General cases
Player NPC 1 NPC 2 NPC 3
Cheri Aspear Rawst Pecha
Chesto Cheri Aspear Rawst
Pecha Chesto Cheri Aspear
Rawst Pecha Chesto Cheri
Aspear Rawst Pecha Chesto
Enigma Cheri Pecha Rawst
Strib Chesto Rawst Aspear
Player Blend Master
Spelon Tamato
Pamtre Cornn
Watmel Magost
Durin Rabuta
Belue Nomel
Player NPC 1 NPC 2 NPC 3 Blend Master
Berry# % 5 = 1 Cheri Pecha Rawst Spelon
Berry# % 5 = 2 Chesto Rawst Aspear Pamtre
Berry# % 5 = 3 Pecha Aspear Cheri Watmel
Berry# % 5 = 4 Rawst Cheri Chesto Durin
Berry# % 5 = 0 Aspear Chesto Pecha Belue

The table below details the Pokéblocks that will be produced if the player adds a given Berry when blending with a given number of NPCs or the Blend Master. The level columns give the level that will be produced if the Berry Blender reaches a maximum RPM of 100 during blending. Since the NPCs only use the first five Berries, which each have a smoothness of 25, calculating the feel of any Pokéblock is simple, following the formula given in the previous section. Blend Master meanwhile uses a Berry with smoothness of 50 or 70.

Berry 1 NPC 2 NPCs 3 NPCs Blend Master
Color Lvl at 100 Color Lvl at 100 Color Lvl at 100 Color Lvl at 100
Cheri Berry Cheri Berry Red 12 Red 12 Red 12 Gold/Purple* 51
Chesto Berry Chesto Berry Blue 12 Blue 12 Blue 12 Gold/Indigo* 51
Pecha Berry Pecha Berry Pink 12 Pink 12 Pink 12 Gold/Brown* 51
Rawst Berry Rawst Berry Green 12 Green 12 Green 12 Gold/LiteBlue* 51
Aspear Berry Aspear Berry Yellow 12 Yellow 12 Yellow 12 Gold/Olive* 51
Leppa Berry Leppa Berry Red 23 Purple 23 Purple 23 Gold/Red* 51
Oran Berry Oran Berry Blue 12 Indigo 10 Indigo 10 Indigo 38
Persim Berry Persim Berry Pink 12 Brown 10 Purple 10 Brown 38
Lum Berry Lum Berry Green 12 Purple 10 Indigo 10 LiteBlue 38
Sitrus Berry Sitrus Berry Yellow 12 Indigo 10 Brown 10 Olive 38
Figy Berry Figy Berry Red 25 Purple 23 Purple 23 Gold/Purple* 51
Wiki Berry Wiki Berry Blue 25 Indigo 23 Indigo 23 Gold/Indigo* 51
Mago Berry Mago Berry Pink 25 Brown 23 Brown 23 Gold/Brown* 51
Aguav Berry Aguav Berry Green 25 LiteBlue 23 LiteBlue 23 Gold/LiteBlue* 51
Iapapa Berry Iapapa Berry Yellow 25 Olive 23 Olive 23 Gold/Olive* 51
Razz Berry Razz Berry Purple 12 Purple 12 Purple 12 Purple 38
Bluk Berry Bluk Berry Indigo 12 Indigo 12 Indigo 12 Indigo 38
Nanab Berry Nanab Berry Brown 12 Brown 12 Purple 12 Brown 38
Wepear Berry Wepear Berry LiteBlue 12 Purple 12 Indigo 12 LiteBlue 38
Pinap Berry Pinap Berry Purple 12 Indigo 12 Brown 12 Olive 38
Pomeg Berry Pomeg Berry Purple 23 Gray 23 Purple 23 Gold/Purple* 51
Kelpsy Berry Kelpsy Berry Indigo 23 Gray 23 Indigo 23 Gold/Indigo* 51
Qualot Berry Qualot Berry Brown 23 Gray 23 Purple 23 Gold/Brown* 51
Hondew Berry Hondew Berry LiteBlue 23 Gray 23 Indigo 23 Gold/LiteBlue* 51
Grepa Berry Grepa Berry Olive 23 Gray 23 Brown 23 Gold/Olive* 51
Tamato Berry Tamato Berry Purple 25 Purple 25 Purple 25 Gold/Purple* 51
Cornn Berry Cornn Berry Indigo 25 Indigo 25 Indigo 25 Gold/Indigo* 51
Magost Berry Magost Berry Brown 25 Brown 25 Brown 25 Gold/Brown* 51
Rabuta Berry Rabuta Berry LiteBlue 25 LiteBlue 25 LiteBlue 25 Gold/LiteBlue* 51
Nomel Berry Nomel Berry Olive 25 Olive 25 Olive 25 Gold/Olive* 51
Spelon Berry Spelon Berry Gold/Purple* 51 Gold/Purple* 51 Gold/Purple* 51 Gold/Purple* 51
Pamtre Berry Pamtre Berry Gold/Indigo* 51 Gold/Indigo* 51 Gold/Indigo* 51 Gold/Indigo* 51
Watmel Berry Watmel Berry Gold/Brown* 51 Gold/Brown* 51 Gold/Brown* 51 Gold/Brown* 51
Durin Berry Durin Berry Gold/LiteBlue* 51 Gold/LiteBlue* 51 Gold/LiteBlue* 51 Gold/LiteBlue* 51
Belue Berry Belue Berry Gold/Olive* 51 Gold/Olive* 51 Gold/Olive* 51 Gold/Olive* 51
Liechi Berry Liechi Berry Gold/Purple* 61 Gold/Purple* 61 Gold/Purple* 62 Gold 87
Ganlon Berry Ganlon Berry Gold/Indigo* 62 Gold/Indigo* 62 Gray 62 Gold 88
Salac Berry Salac Berry Gold/Brown* 62 Gold/Brown* 62 Gray 62 Gold 88
Petaya Berry Petaya Berry Gold/LiteBlue* 62 Gold/LiteBlue* 62 Gray 62 Gold 88
Apicot Berry Apicot Berry Gold/Olive* 62 Gold/Olive* 62 Gray 62 Gold 88
Lansat Berry Lansat Berry Red 12 Purple 10 Purple 10 Purple 38
Starf Berry Starf Berry Blue 12 Indigo 10 Indigo 10 Indigo 38
Enigma Berry Enigma Berry Red 12 Purple 10 Purple 10 Purple 38
TagPumkin.png Pumkin Berry Olive 38 Gray 37 Olive 36 N/A*
TagDrash.png Drash Berry Brown 50 Gold/Brown* 62 Gray 49
TagEggant.png Eggant Berry Blue 49 Indigo 36 Indigo 36
TagStrib.png Strib Berry Gray 36 Gray 49 Gray 36
TagChilanIII.png Chilan Berry Brown 36 Gray 23 Purple 23
TagNutpea.png Nutpea Berry Red 12 Purple 10 Purple 10


  • Pokéblock bears some similarity to the popular candy Pez. They are both small candies that are stored in a dispenser.
  • The way a Pokémon reacts when it will be given a Pokéblock depends on its Nature. For instance, a Hardy Pokémon will make three jumps growing in height each time, while a Careful Pokémon will make three small jumps, whereas a Docile Pokémon will make no movement at all.

In other languages

Language Title
Mandarin Chinese 能量方塊 Néngliàng Fāngkuài
Finland Flag.png Finnish Pokéherkku
France Flag.png French Pokébloc
Germany Flag.png German Pokériegel
Italy Flag.png Italian Pokémelle
South Korea Flag.png Korean 포켓몬스넥 Pokémon Snack*
포록 Polock*
Spain Flag.png Spanish PokéCubos
Sweden Flag.png Swedish Pokékex

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