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You sure Gluttony makes the user eat it's berry at 50% of it's max HP instead of 25% of it's max HP? Because last time I noticed a Pokemon ALWAYS eat it's berry at 50% of it's max HP if it's an Oran or Sitrus Berry. You sure it doesn't make the user eat it at 75% of it's max HP? Shiramu Kuromu 01:21, 6 February 2011 (UTC)
- That's a good point, I've noticed that Sitrus Berries (and probably all HP-restoring berries) activate at 50% HP myself. ----Stratelier 04:48, 25 June 2011 (UTC)
- Actually, Cilan directly states it when he evaluates Pansear. ★Jo the Marten★ ಠ_ಠ♥ 09:46, 17 November 2012 (UTC)
"Gluttony causes the Pokémon to eat a held Berry at 50% HP or lower, rather than the usual 25% HP or lower. Gluttony has no effect on the use of HP-restoring Berries like the Oran Berry and Figy Berry, which are normally eaten at 50% HP or less." - So, what Berries does this ability affect? --Flicky1991 21:51, 22 December 2013 (UTC)
- All Berries that are usually eaten when HP is 25% or lower, i.e. all Berries from Liechi to Starf, Micle and Custap. I don't see how the wording is unclear.--電禅Den Zen 22:44, 22 December 2013 (UTC)
- I think there is one problem with the word "usual" in the sentence. Usual seems to at least imply a majority or a larger group of the berries than the rest. However, comparing the list that Dennou Zenshi provided to the Generation V berries, there are only nine berries out of sixty-four berries that this ability can be used with. The type-resistant Berries take up a larger space on the list than the ones provided. I think that a list should be provided on which berries are affected by the ability. --Super goku (talk) 23:29, 22 December 2013 (UTC)