This article is about the item named "Berry" in Generation II. For the class of item, see Berry.
Introduced in Generation II
Berry (Japanese: きのみ Berry) is a type of Berry exclusive to the Generation II games. It restores 10 HP to a Pokémon.
Generation III onward, the Berry's spiritual successor, the Oran Berry, appears instead.
Contents In the games
G S C N/A
If the holder's
HP falls below 50%, it will consume its held Berry and restore 10 HP.
When used from the
Bag on a Pokémon, it restores 10 HP to that Pokémon. This consumes the Berry.
This section is incomplete. Please feel free to edit this section to add missing information and complete it. Reason: How long until a Berry becomes Berry Juice?.
If held by
Shuckle for long enough, it becomes Berry Juice.
Moomoo Farm, the player can feed 7 Berries to Moomoo the Miltank to heal it. If they do, the female farmer will give the player TM13 ( Snore) in thanks, and the male farmer will start selling Moomoo Milk.
G S C A self-restore item. (10HP, HOLD)
G S C
Route 30, Ruins of Alph C New Bark Town (held by the player's starter Pokémon), Cianwood City (held by Shuckie) Route 10 (held by Pokéfan Robert's Quagsire), Route 13 (held by Pokéfan Joshua's Pokémon ×6, held by Pokéfan Alex's Nidoking and Slowking), Route 14 (held by Pokéfan Carter's Pokémon ×3), Route 34 (held by Pokéfan Brandon's Pokémon), Route 39 (held by Pokéfan Ruth's Pokémon), National Park (held by Pokéfan William's Pokémon)
Berry trees ( Routes 11, 29, 30, 38, and 46) Route 36 (possible gift from Bug Catcher Wade) , C Bug-Catching Contest consolation prize, Mystery Gift, Pokémon Pikachu 2 GS (100 watts) Route 39 (held by Pokéfan Derek's Pokémon), National Park (held by Pokéfan Beverly's Pokémon), S.S. Aqua ( Vermilion to Olivine: held by Pokéfan Georgia's Pokémon ×5, held by Pokéfan Jeremy's Pokémon ×3) Held by wild Pikachu (2% chance), wild Sentret (2% chance), wild Furret (23% chance), and wild Shuckle (25% chance) Held by wild Caterpie, wild Metapod, wild Weedle, wild Kakuna, wild Pidgey, wild Pidgeotto, wild Rattata, wild Raticate, wild Spearow, wild Fearow, wild Ekans, wild Arbok, wild Pikachu (except from Pokémon Yellow), wild Sandshrew, wild Sandslash, wild Nidorina, wild Nidorino, wild Vulpix, wild Zubat, wild Golbat, wild Oddish, wild Gloom, wild Paras, wild Venonat, wild Diglett, wild Meowth, wild Psyduck, wild Mankey, wild Growlithe, wild Poliwag, wild Poliwhirl, wild Kadabra (except from Pokémon Yellow), wild Machoke, wild Bellsprout, wild Weepinbell, wild Tentacool, wild Geodude, wild Graveler, wild Ponyta, wild Slowpoke, wild Magnemite, wild Doduo, wild Seel, wild Grimer, wild Shellder, wild Gastly, wild Haunter, wild Drowzee, wild Voltorb, wild Exeggcute, wild Cubone, wild Koffing, wild Rhyhorn, and wild Magikarp from Generation I
In the manga
This section is incomplete. Please feel free to edit this section to add missing information and complete it. Reason:
In the Pokémon Adventures manga
, Slugging It Out with Slugma Crystal explains to a girl that Pokémon can heal themselves by eating the Berries they hold.
In the TCG In other languages External links