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'''Gems''' (Japanese: '''ジュエル''' ''Jewel'') are one-use [[type-enhancing item]]s introduced in [[Generation V]]. There are 18 types of Gems as of [[Generation VI]], one corresponding to each of the 18 [[type]]s. A Gem is consumed when the Pokémon holding it uses a damaging attack that matches the Gem's type, and the attack's [[power]] is boosted by 30% (50% prior to Generation VI). The Gem will not be consumed if the attack misses. Gems are also not consumed by attacks that have their types changed through Abilities; for example, a Pokémon with {{a|Pixilate}} using {{m|Hyper Voice}} will not consume a held Normal Gem. <!-- Will it consume a held fairy gem though? --> Gems are usually found in {{DL|Phenomenon|dust cloud}}s.
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'''Gems''' (Japanese: '''ジュエル''' ''Jewel'') are a group of [[held item]]s introduced in [[Generation V]]. There are 18 types of gems, corresponding to each of the 18 [[type]]s. One time only, a held Gem boosts the [[power]] of the holder's damaging [[move]] of the corresponding type.
   
==List of Gems==
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From [[Generation VI]] onward, only the [[Normal Gem]] has been obtainable in the [[core series]] games.
{{item
 
|name=Fire Gem
 
|jp=ほのおのジュエル
 
|jpt=Flame Jewel
 
|gen=V
 
|bag=Items
 
|effect=Increases the power of the holder's first {{type|Fire}} move by {{tt|30%|50% prior to Generation VI}}, and is consumed after use.
 
|locbw={{DL|Phenomenon|Dust cloud}}
 
|locb2w2={{DL|Phenomenon|Dust cloud}}, [[Reversal Mountain]]{{sup/5|W2}}
 
|buyable=no
 
|sell=100
 
|descbwb2w2=A gem with an essence of fire. When held, it strengthens the power of a Fire-type move only once.
 
}}
 
   
{{item
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==Mechanics==
|name=Water Gem
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If a Pokémon holding a Gem uses a damaging [[move]] of the corresponding type, that move's [[power]] is boosted by 30% (50% in [[Generation V]]). This consumes the Gem.
|jp=みずのジュエル
 
|jpt=Water Jewel
 
|gen=V
 
|bag=Items
 
|effect=Increases the power of the holder's first {{type|Water}} move by {{tt|30%|50% prior to Generation VI}}, and is consumed after use.
 
|locbw={{DL|Phenomenon|Dust cloud}}
 
|locb2w2={{DL|Phenomenon|Dust cloud}}, [[Reversal Mountain]]{{sup/5|B2}}
 
|buyable=no
 
|sell=100
 
|descbw=A gem with an essence of water. When held, it strengthens the power of a Water-type move only once.
 
}}
 
   
{{item
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The Gem will not be consumed if the attack misses or fails. {{m|Bide}}, {{m|Focus Punch}}, and damaging {{cat|moves with a charging turn}} consume the Gem at the first stage of the move, before dealing damage.
|name=Electric Gem
 
|jp=でんきのジュエル
 
|jpt=Electric Jewel
 
|gen=V
 
|bag=Items
 
|effect=Increases the power of the holder's first {{type|Electric}} move by {{tt|30%|50% prior to Generation VI}}, and is consumed after use.
 
|locbw={{DL|Phenomenon|Dust cloud}}
 
|locb2w2={{DL|Phenomenon|Dust cloud}}, [[Chargestone Cave]]
 
|buyable=no
 
|sell=100
 
|descbwb2w2=A gem with an essence of electricity. When held, it strengthens the power of an Electric-type move only once.
 
}}
 
   
{{item
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If the type of a move is changed with {{a|Normalize}}, {{a|Pixilate}}, {{a|Refrigerate}}, {{a|Aerilate}}, {{m|Ion Deluge}} or {{m|Electrify}}, the Gem must match the type of the move after it has been modified. {{cat|Moves that call other moves}} will only consume a Gem if the called move is of the appropriate type for the Gem. {{m|Hidden Power}} and {{m|Weather Ball}} can consume Gems, but only if the type of the Gem matches the type of damage that will be dealt.
|name=Grass Gem
 
|jp=くさのジュエル
 
|jpt=Grass Jewel
 
|gen=V
 
|bag=Items
 
|effect=Increases the power of the holder's first {{type|Grass}} move by {{tt|30%|50% prior to Generation VI}}, and is consumed after use.
 
|locbw={{DL|Phenomenon|Dust cloud}}
 
|locb2w2={{DL|Phenomenon|Dust cloud}}
 
|buyable=no
 
|sell=100
 
|descbw=A gem with an essence of nature. When held, it strengthens the power of a Grass-type move only once.
 
}}
 
   
{{item
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{{m|Judgment}} and {{m|Techno Blast}} can consume Normal Gems, but will be Normal-type for that execution even if the Pokémon is given a [[Plate]] or [[Drive]] by {{a|Symbiosis}} upon consuming the Gem. If a Pokémon consumes a Gem for an attack and is immediately given another of the same Gem by Symbiosis, that Gem will not be consumed for that attack; if a Pokémon consumes a [[Power Herb]] using a damaging move and is immediately given a Gem of the appropriate type, that Gem will be consumed for that attack.
|name=Ice Gem
 
|jp=こおりのジュエル
 
|jpt=Ice Jewel
 
|gen=V
 
|bag=Items
 
|effect=Increases the power of the holder's first {{type|Ice}} move by {{tt|30%|50% prior to Generation VI}}, and is consumed after use.
 
|locbw={{DL|Phenomenon|Dust cloud}}
 
|locb2w2=[[Giant Chasm]]
 
|buyable=no
 
|sell=100
 
|descbwb2w2=A gem with an essence of ice. When held, it strengthens the power of an Ice-type move only once.
 
}}
 
   
{{item
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Fixed-damage moves (such as {{m|Dragon Rage}}, {{m|Counter}} and {{m|Endeavor}}) will consume Gems but will not have their damage modified. {{m|Present}} consumes a Gem even if it heals the target, but the amount healed is unaffected. {{m|Fling}} fails if the user is holding a Gem. {{m|Struggle}}, {{m|Grass Pledge}}, {{m|Water Pledge}}, and {{m|Fire Pledge}} will never consume a Gem.
|name=Fighting Gem
 
|jp=かくとうジュエル
 
|jpt=Fighting Jewel
 
|gen=V
 
|bag=Items
 
|effect=Increases the power of the holder's first {{type|Fighting}} move by {{tt|30%|50% prior to Generation VI}}, and is consumed after use.
 
|locbw={{DL|Phenomenon|Dust cloud}}
 
|locb2w2=[[Pinwheel Forest]], [[Chargestone Cave]]
 
|buyable=no
 
|sell=100
 
|descbwb2w2=A gem with an essence of combat. When held, it strengthens the power of a Fighting-type move only once.
 
}}
 
   
{{item
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==Acquisition==
|name=Poison Gem
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In [[Pokémon Black and White Versions|Pokémon Black, White]], [[Pokémon Black and White Versions 2|Black 2, and White 2]], all of the 17 existing Gems can be found in {{DL|Phenomenon|dust cloud}}s. In Pokémon Black 2 and White 2, every Gem can also be found in a location in the overworld in addition to dust clouds.
|jp=どくのジュエル
 
|jpt=Poison Jewel
 
|gen=V
 
|bag=Items
 
|effect=Increases the power of the holder's first {{type|Poison}} move by {{tt|30%|50% prior to Generation VI}}, and is consumed after use.
 
|locbw={{DL|Phenomenon|Dust cloud}}
 
|locb2w2={{DL|Phenomenon|Dust cloud}}, [[Castelia Sewers]]
 
|buyable=no
 
|sell=100
 
|descbwb2w2=A gem with an essence of poison. When held, it strengthens the power of a Poison-type move only once.
 
}}
 
   
{{item
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From [[Generation VI]] onward, only the [[Normal Gem]] is obtainable in the [[core series]] games. While the Fairy Gem was introduced in Generation VI, it has never been obtainable in any game; it has only ever appeared as unused game data.
|name=Ground Gem
 
|jp=じめんのジュエル
 
|jpt=Earth Jewel
 
|gen=V
 
|bag=Items
 
|effect=Increases the power of the holder's first {{type|Ground}} move by {{tt|30%|50% prior to Generation VI}}, and is consumed after use.
 
|locbw={{DL|Phenomenon|Dust cloud}}
 
|locb2w2={{DL|Phenomenon|Dust cloud}}, [[Desert Resort]]
 
|buyable=no
 
|sell=100
 
|descbwb2w2=A gem with an essence of land. When held, it strengthens the power of a Ground-type move only once.
 
}}
 
   
{{item
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==List of Gems==
|name=Flying Gem
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{| class="roundtable sortable" style="background: #{{items color light}}; border:3px solid #{{items color dark}}"
|jp=ひこうのジュエル
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!
|jpt=Flying Jewel
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! Name
|gen=V
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! Debut<br>Gen.
|bag=Items
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! Corresponding<br>type
|effect=Increases the power of the holder's first {{type|Flying}} move by {{tt|30%|50% prior to Generation VI}}, and is consumed after use.
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|-
|locbw={{DL|Phenomenon|Dust cloud}}
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| {{Bag3|Fire Gem}}
|locb2w2={{DL|Phenomenon|Dust cloud}}, [[Mistralton City]]
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| [[Fire Gem]]
|buyable=no
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| style="background: #{{Gen V color light}}; border: 1px solid #{{Gen V color dark}}; text-align: center" data-sort-value=5 | '''V'''
|sell=100
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{{Typetable|Fire}}
|descbwb2w2=A gem with an essence of air. When held, it strengthens the power of a Flying-type move only once.
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|-
}}
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| {{Bag3|Water Gem}}
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| [[Water Gem]]
{{item
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| style="background: #{{Gen V color light}}; border: 1px solid #{{Gen V color dark}}; text-align: center" data-sort-value=5 | '''V'''
|name=Psychic Gem
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{{Typetable|Water}}
|jp=エスパージュエル
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|-
|jpt=Esper Jewel
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| {{Bag3|Electric Gem}}
|gen=V
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| [[Electric Gem]]
|bag=Items
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| style="background: #{{Gen V color light}}; border: 1px solid #{{Gen V color dark}}; text-align: center" data-sort-value=5 | '''V'''
|effect=Increases the power of the holder's first {{type|Psychic}} move by {{tt|30%|50% prior to Generation VI}}, and is consumed after use.
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{{Typetable|Electric}}
|locbw={{DL|Phenomenon|Dust cloud}}
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|-
|locb2w2={{DL|Phenomenon|Dust cloud}}
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| {{Bag3|Grass Gem}}
|buyable=no
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| [[Grass Gem]]
|sell=100
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| style="background: #{{Gen V color light}}; border: 1px solid #{{Gen V color dark}}; text-align: center" data-sort-value=5 | '''V'''
|descbw=A gem with an essence of the mind. When held, it strengthens the power of a Psychic-type move only once.
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{{Typetable|Grass}}
}}
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|-
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| {{Bag3|Ice Gem}}
{{item
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| [[Ice Gem]]
|name=Bug Gem
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| style="background: #{{Gen V color light}}; border: 1px solid #{{Gen V color dark}}; text-align: center" data-sort-value=5 | '''V'''
|jp=むしのジュエル
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{{Typetable|Ice}}
|jpt=Bug Jewel
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|-
|gen=V
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| {{Bag3|Fighting Gem}}
|bag=Items
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| [[Fighting Gem]]
|effect=Increases the power of the holder's first {{type|Bug}} move by {{tt|30%|50% prior to Generation VI}}, and is consumed after use.
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| style="background: #{{Gen V color light}}; border: 1px solid #{{Gen V color dark}}; text-align: center" data-sort-value=5 | '''V'''
|locbw={{DL|Phenomenon|Dust cloud}}
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{{Typetable|Fighting}}
|locb2w2=[[Pinwheel Forest]], [[Chargestone Cave]]
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|-
|buyable=no
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| {{Bag3|Poison Gem}}
|sell=100
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| [[Poison Gem]]
|descbw=A gem with an insect-like essence. When held, it strengthens the power of a Bug-type move only once.
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| style="background: #{{Gen V color light}}; border: 1px solid #{{Gen V color dark}}; text-align: center" data-sort-value=5 | '''V'''
}}
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{{Typetable|Poison}}
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|-
{{item
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| {{Bag3|Ground Gem}}
|name=Rock Gem
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| [[Ground Gem]]
|jp=いわのジュエル
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| style="background: #{{Gen V color light}}; border: 1px solid #{{Gen V color dark}}; text-align: center" data-sort-value=5 | '''V'''
|jpt=Rock Jewel
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{{Typetable|Ground}}
|gen=V
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|-
|bag=Items
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| {{Bag3|Flying Gem}}
|effect=Increases the power of the holder's first {{type|Rock}} move by {{tt|30%|50% prior to Generation VI}}, and is consumed after use.
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| [[Flying Gem]]
|locbw={{DL|Phenomenon|Dust cloud}}
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| style="background: #{{Gen V color light}}; border: 1px solid #{{Gen V color dark}}; text-align: center" data-sort-value=5 | '''V'''
|locb2w2={{DL|Phenomenon|Dust cloud}}, [[Relic Passage]], [[Join Avenue]] ({{DL|Join Avenue|Antique Shop}}), [[Chargestone Cave]]
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{{Typetable|Flying}}
|buyable=no
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|-
|sell=100
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| {{Bag3|Psychic Gem}}
|descbwb2w2=A gem with an essence of rock. When held, it strengthens the power of a Rock-type move only once.
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| [[Psychic Gem]]
}}
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| style="background: #{{Gen V color light}}; border: 1px solid #{{Gen V color dark}}; text-align: center" data-sort-value=5 | '''V'''
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{{Typetable|Psychic}}
{{item
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|-
|name=Ghost Gem
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| {{Bag3|Bug Gem}}
|jp=ゴーストジュエル
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| [[Bug Gem]]
|jpt=Ghost Jewel
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| style="background: #{{Gen V color light}}; border: 1px solid #{{Gen V color dark}}; text-align: center" data-sort-value=5 | '''V'''
|gen=V
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{{Typetable|Bug}}
|bag=Items
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|-
|effect=Increases the power of the holder's first {{type|Ghost}} move by {{tt|30%|50% prior to Generation VI}}, and is consumed after use.
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| {{Bag3|Rock Gem}}
|locbw={{DL|Phenomenon|Dust cloud}}
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| [[Rock Gem]]
|locb2w2=[[Celestial Tower]], [[Chargestone Cave]]
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| style="background: #{{Gen V color light}}; border: 1px solid #{{Gen V color dark}}; text-align: center" data-sort-value=5 | '''V'''
|buyable=no
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{{Typetable|Rock}}
|sell=100
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|-
|descbwb2w2=A gem with a spectral essence. When held, it strengthens the power of a Ghost-type move only once.
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| {{Bag3|Ghost Gem}}
}}
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| [[Ghost Gem]]
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| style="background: #{{Gen V color light}}; border: 1px solid #{{Gen V color dark}}; text-align: center" data-sort-value=5 | '''V'''
{{item
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{{Typetable|Ghost}}
|name=Dragon Gem
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|-
|jp=ドラゴンジュエル
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| {{Bag3|Dragon Gem}}
|jpt=Dragon Jewel
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| [[Dragon Gem]]
|gen=V
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| style="background: #{{Gen V color light}}; border: 1px solid #{{Gen V color dark}}; text-align: center" data-sort-value=5 | '''V'''
|bag=Items
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{{Typetable|Dragon}}
|effect=Increases the power of the holder's first {{type|Dragon}} move by {{tt|30%|50% prior to Generation VI}}, and is consumed after use.
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|-
|locbw={{DL|Phenomenon|Dust cloud}}
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| {{Bag3|Dark Gem}}
|locb2w2={{DL|Phenomenon|Dust cloud}}, [[Mistralton Cave]]
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| [[Dark Gem]]
|buyable=no
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| style="background: #{{Gen V color light}}; border: 1px solid #{{Gen V color dark}}; text-align: center" data-sort-value=5 | '''V'''
|sell=100
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{{Typetable|Dark}}
|descbw=A gem with a draconic essence. When held, it strengthens the power of a Dragon-type move only once.
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|-
}}
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| {{Bag3|Steel Gem}}
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| [[Steel Gem]]
{{item
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| style="background: #{{Gen V color light}}; border: 1px solid #{{Gen V color dark}}; text-align: center" data-sort-value=5 | '''V'''
|name=Dark Gem
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{{Typetable|Steel}}
|jp=あくのジュエル
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|-
|jpt=Evil Jewel
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| {{Bag3|Normal Gem}}
|gen=V
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| [[Normal Gem]]
|bag=Items
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| style="background: #{{Gen V color light}}; border: 1px solid #{{Gen V color dark}}; text-align: center" data-sort-value=5 | '''V'''
|effect=Increases the power of the holder's first {{type|Dark}} move by {{tt|30%|50% prior to Generation VI}}, and is consumed after use.
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{{Typetable|Normal}}
|locbw={{DL|Phenomenon|Dust cloud}}
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|-
|locb2w2={{DL|Phenomenon|Dust cloud}}, {{rt|9|Unova}}
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| {{Bag3|Fairy Gem}}
|buyable=no
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| [[Fairy Gem]]
|sell=100
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| style="background: #{{Gen VI color light}}; border: 1px solid #{{Gen VI color dark}}; text-align: center" data-sort-value=6 | '''VI'''
|descbwb2w2=A gem with an essence of darkness. When held, it strengthens the power of a Dark-type move only once.
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{{Typetable|Fairy}}
}}
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|}
 
{{item
 
|name=Steel Gem
 
|jp=はがねのジュエル
 
|jpt=Steel Jewel
 
|gen=V
 
|bag=Items
 
|effect=Increases the power of the holder's first {{type|Steel}} move by {{tt|30%|50% prior to Generation VI}}, and is consumed after use.
 
|locbw={{DL|Phenomenon|Dust cloud}}
 
|locb2w2={{DL|Phenomenon|Dust cloud}}, [[Clay Road]]
 
|buyable=no
 
|sell=100
 
|descbwb2w2=A gem with an essence of steel. When held, it strengthens the power of a Steel-type move only once.
 
}}
 
 
{{item
 
|name=Normal Gem
 
|jp=ノーマルジュエル
 
|jpt=Normal Jewel
 
|gen=V
 
|bag=Items
 
|effect=Increases the power of the holder's first {{type|Normal}} move by {{tt|30%|50% prior to Generation VI}}, and is consumed after use.
 
|locbw={{DL|Phenomenon|Dust cloud}}
 
|locb2w2={{DL|Phenomenon|Dust cloud}}, {{OBP|Victory Road|Black 2 and White 2}}
 
|buyable=no
 
|sell=100
 
|descbwb2w2=A gem with an ordinary essence. When held, it strengthens the power of a Normal-type move only once.
 
|descxy=A gem with an ordinary essence. When held, it strengthens the power of a Normal-type move one time.
 
|locxy=[[Terminus Cave]] (Regenerates over time)
 
}}
 
 
{{item
 
|name=Fairy Gem
 
|jp=フェアリージュエル
 
|jpt=Fairy Jewel
 
|gen=VI
 
|bag=Items
 
|effect=Increases the power of the holder's first {{type|Fairy}} move by 30%, and is consumed after use.
 
|buyable=no
 
|sell=100
 
}}
 
   
 
==Artwork==
 
==Artwork==
This is artwork of the Gems as seen on the [[Pokémon Global Link]].
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This is artwork of the gems as seen on the [[Pokémon Global Link]].
   
 
{| class="roundy" style="margin:auto; text-align:center; background: #{{black color dark}}; border: 5px solid #{{black color}}"
 
{| class="roundy" style="margin:auto; text-align:center; background: #{{black color dark}}; border: 5px solid #{{black color}}"
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| width="120px" style="background: #{{Fighting color}}; {{roundytop|5px}}" | [[File:Dream Fighting Gem Sprite.png]]
 
| width="120px" style="background: #{{Fighting color}}; {{roundytop|5px}}" | [[File:Dream Fighting Gem Sprite.png]]
 
|-
 
|-
| style="background: #{{Fire color light}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" | {{color|{{Fire color dark}}|Fire Gem}}
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| style="background: #{{Fire color light}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" | {{color2|{{Fire color dark}}|Fire Gem}}
| style="background: #{{Water color light}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" | {{color|{{Water color dark}}|Water Gem}}
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| style="background: #{{Water color light}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" | {{color2|{{Water color dark}}|Water Gem}}
| style="background: #{{Electric color light}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" | {{color|{{Electric color dark}}|Electric Gem}}
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| style="background: #{{Electric color light}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" | {{color2|{{Electric color dark}}|Electric Gem}}
| style="background: #{{Grass color light}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" | {{color|{{Grass color dark}}|Grass Gem}}
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| style="background: #{{Grass color light}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" | {{color2|{{Grass color dark}}|Grass Gem}}
| style="background: #{{Ice color light}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" | {{color|{{Ice color dark}}|Ice Gem}}
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| style="background: #{{Ice color light}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" | {{color2|{{Ice color dark}}|Ice Gem}}
| style="background: #{{Fighting color light}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" | {{color|{{Fighting color dark}}|Fighting Gem}}
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| style="background: #{{Fighting color light}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" | {{color2|{{Fighting color dark}}|Fighting Gem}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| width="120px" style="background: #{{Poison color}}; {{roundytop|5px}}" | [[File:Dream Poison Gem Sprite.png]]
 
| width="120px" style="background: #{{Poison color}}; {{roundytop|5px}}" | [[File:Dream Poison Gem Sprite.png]]
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| width="120px" style="background: #{{Rock color}}; {{roundytop|5px}}" | [[File:Dream Rock Gem Sprite.png]]
 
| width="120px" style="background: #{{Rock color}}; {{roundytop|5px}}" | [[File:Dream Rock Gem Sprite.png]]
 
|-
 
|-
| style="background: #{{Poison color light}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" | {{color|{{Poison color dark}}|Poison Gem}}
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| style="background: #{{Poison color light}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" | {{color2|{{Poison color dark}}|Poison Gem}}
| style="background: #{{Ground color light}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" | {{color|{{Ground color dark}}|Ground Gem}}
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| style="background: #{{Ground color light}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" | {{color2|{{Ground color dark}}|Ground Gem}}
| style="background: #{{Flying color light}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" | {{color|{{Flying color dark}}|Flying Gem}}
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| style="background: #{{Flying color light}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" | {{color2|{{Flying color dark}}|Flying Gem}}
| style="background: #{{Psychic color light}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" | {{color|{{Psychic color dark}}|Psychic Gem}}
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| style="background: #{{Psychic color light}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" | {{color2|{{Psychic color dark}}|Psychic Gem}}
| style="background: #{{Bug color light}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" | {{color|{{Bug color dark}}|Bug Gem}}
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| style="background: #{{Bug color light}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" | {{color2|{{Bug color dark}}|Bug Gem}}
| style="background: #{{Rock color light}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" | {{color|{{Rock color dark}}|Rock Gem}}
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| style="background: #{{Rock color light}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" | {{color2|{{Rock color dark}}|Rock Gem}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| width="120px" style="background: #{{Ghost color}}; {{roundytop|5px}}" | [[File:Dream Ghost Gem Sprite.png]]
 
| width="120px" style="background: #{{Ghost color}}; {{roundytop|5px}}" | [[File:Dream Ghost Gem Sprite.png]]
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| width="120px" style="background: #{{Fairy color}}; {{roundytop|5px}}" | [[File:Dream Fairy Gem Sprite.png]]
 
| width="120px" style="background: #{{Fairy color}}; {{roundytop|5px}}" | [[File:Dream Fairy Gem Sprite.png]]
 
|-
 
|-
| style="background: #{{Ghost color light}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" | {{color|{{Ghost color dark}}|Ghost Gem}}
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| style="background: #{{Ghost color light}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" | {{color2|{{Ghost color dark}}|Ghost Gem}}
| style="background: #{{Dragon color light}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" | {{color|{{Dragon color dark}}|Dragon Gem}}
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| style="background: #{{Dragon color light}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" | {{color2|{{Dragon color dark}}|Dragon Gem}}
| style="background: #{{Dark color light}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" | {{color|{{Dark color dark}}|Dark Gem}}
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| style="background: #{{Dark color light}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" | {{color2|{{Dark color dark}}|Dark Gem}}
| style="background: #{{Steel color light}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" | {{color|{{Steel color dark}}|Steel Gem}}
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| style="background: #{{Steel color light}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" | {{color2|{{Steel color dark}}|Steel Gem}}
| style="background: #{{Normal color light}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" | {{color|{{Normal color dark}}|Normal Gem}}
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| style="background: #{{Normal color light}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" | {{color2|{{Normal color dark}}|Normal Gem}}
| style="background: #{{Fairy color light}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" | {{color|{{Fairy color dark}}|Fairy Gem}}
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==In the anime==
 
==In the anime==
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A [[Dragon Gem]] appeared in ''[[BW019|A Connoisseur's Revenge!]]'', where it was offered to {{an|Iris}} and her {{TP|Iris|Axew}} by a [[Poké Mart]] clerk.
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Revision as of 04:07, 17 January 2020

If you were looking for the items in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon, see trade items.

Gems (Japanese: ジュエル Jewel) are a group of held items introduced in Generation V. There are 18 types of gems, corresponding to each of the 18 types. One time only, a held Gem boosts the power of the holder's damaging move of the corresponding type.

From Generation VI onward, only the Normal Gem has been obtainable in the core series games.

Mechanics

If a Pokémon holding a Gem uses a damaging move of the corresponding type, that move's power is boosted by 30% (50% in Generation V). This consumes the Gem.

The Gem will not be consumed if the attack misses or fails. Bide, Focus Punch, and damaging moves with a charging turn consume the Gem at the first stage of the move, before dealing damage.

If the type of a move is changed with Normalize, Pixilate, Refrigerate, Aerilate, Ion Deluge or Electrify, the Gem must match the type of the move after it has been modified. Moves that call other moves will only consume a Gem if the called move is of the appropriate type for the Gem. Hidden Power and Weather Ball can consume Gems, but only if the type of the Gem matches the type of damage that will be dealt.

Judgment and Techno Blast can consume Normal Gems, but will be Normal-type for that execution even if the Pokémon is given a Plate or Drive by Symbiosis upon consuming the Gem. If a Pokémon consumes a Gem for an attack and is immediately given another of the same Gem by Symbiosis, that Gem will not be consumed for that attack; if a Pokémon consumes a Power Herb using a damaging move and is immediately given a Gem of the appropriate type, that Gem will be consumed for that attack.

Fixed-damage moves (such as Dragon Rage, Counter and Endeavor) will consume Gems but will not have their damage modified. Present consumes a Gem even if it heals the target, but the amount healed is unaffected. Fling fails if the user is holding a Gem. Struggle, Grass Pledge, Water Pledge, and Fire Pledge will never consume a Gem.

Acquisition

In Pokémon Black, White, Black 2, and White 2, all of the 17 existing Gems can be found in dust clouds. In Pokémon Black 2 and White 2, every Gem can also be found in a location in the overworld in addition to dust clouds.

From Generation VI onward, only the Normal Gem is obtainable in the core series games. While the Fairy Gem was introduced in Generation VI, it has never been obtainable in any game; it has only ever appeared as unused game data.

List of Gems

Name Debut
Gen.
Corresponding
type
Fire Gem Fire Gem V Fire
Water Gem Water Gem V Water
Electric Gem Electric Gem V Electric
Grass Gem Grass Gem V Grass
Ice Gem Ice Gem V Ice
Fighting Gem Fighting Gem V Fighting
Poison Gem Poison Gem V Poison
Ground Gem Ground Gem V Ground
Flying Gem Flying Gem V Flying
Psychic Gem Psychic Gem V Psychic
Bug Gem Bug Gem V Bug
Rock Gem Rock Gem V Rock
Ghost Gem Ghost Gem V Ghost
Dragon Gem Dragon Gem V Dragon
Dark Gem Dark Gem V Dark
Steel Gem Steel Gem V Steel
Normal Gem Normal Gem V Normal
Fairy Gem Fairy Gem VI Fairy

Artwork

This is artwork of the gems as seen on the Pokémon Global Link.

Dream Fire Gem Sprite.png Dream Water Gem Sprite.png Dream Electric Gem Sprite.png Dream Grass Gem Sprite.png Dream Ice Gem Sprite.png Dream Fighting Gem Sprite.png
Fire Gem Water Gem Electric Gem Grass Gem Ice Gem Fighting Gem
Dream Poison Gem Sprite.png Dream Ground Gem Sprite.png Dream Flying Gem Sprite.png Dream Psychic Gem Sprite.png Dream Bug Gem Sprite.png Dream Rock Gem Sprite.png
Poison Gem Ground Gem Flying Gem Psychic Gem Bug Gem Rock Gem
Dream Ghost Gem Sprite.png Dream Dragon Gem Sprite.png Dream Dark Gem Sprite.png Dream Steel Gem Sprite.png Dream Normal Gem Sprite.png Dream Fairy Gem Sprite.png
Ghost Gem Dragon Gem Dark Gem Steel Gem Normal Gem Fairy Gem

In the anime

A Dragon Gem appeared in A Connoisseur's Revenge!, where it was offered to Iris and her Axew by a Poké Mart clerk.

A Fire Gem appeared in Climbing the Tower of Success! as one of the search items for the Wishing Bell Festival scavenger hunt.

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 寶石 Bóusehk
Mandarin 寶石 Bǎoshí *
珠寶 Zhūbǎo *
Finland Flag.png Finnish Jalokivi*
Kivi*
France Flag.png French Joyau
Germany Flag.png German Juwel
Italy Flag.png Italian Bijou
South Korea Flag.png Korean 주얼 Jewel
Poland Flag.png Polish Klejnot
Brazil Flag.png Brazilian Portuguese Gema
Spain Flag.png Spanish Gema


Type-enhancing items
Bag Silk Scarf Sprite.png
Items
Bag Meadow Plate Sprite.png
Plates
Bag Sea Incense Sprite.png
Incenses
Bag Griseous Orb Sprite.png
Orbs
Bag Fire Gem Sprite.png
Gems
Bag Soul Dew Sprite.png
Soul Dew



Held items
In-battle effect items
BerriesColored orbsDrivesEV-enhancing items
Experience-affecting itemsGemsIncenseMega StonesMemoriesPlates
Stat-enhancing itemsType-enhancing itemsZ-Crystals
Out-of-battle effect items
EV-enhancing itemsIncenseMailScarves


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