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This is a list of all the [[Key Item]]s that are found in [[Generation III]]. Please note that some of these are also part of the [[list of Key Items in Generation I]] due to {{game|Red and Green|s}} being [[Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen Versions|remade]], and several appear in multiple generations.
 
This is a list of all the [[Key Item]]s that are found in [[Generation III]]. Please note that some of these are also part of the [[list of Key Items in Generation I]] due to {{game|Red and Green|s}} being [[Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen Versions|remade]], and several appear in multiple generations.
   
Some items are specific to a certain region, while others can be found in both [[Kanto]] and [[Hoenn]]. Through [[cheating|hacking]], Hoenn-exclusive Key Items can be obtained (though they will have no use) in the Kanto-based games, while Kanto-exclusive Key Items can be obtained in {{game|Emerald}} (likewise to no use). The [[Mach Bike]] and [[Acro Bike]], though they can be used as the normal [[Bicycle]] in FireRed and LeafGreen, will not be recognized by the game as the Bicycle, and so will not allow the player to enter {{ka|Cycling Road}} normally. The normal Bicycle, however, cannot be used in Emerald at all. All items, regardless of being legitimately obtainable or not, will have an item description and, from FireRed and LeafGreen onward, a sprite.
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Some items are specific to a certain region, while others can be found in both [[Kanto]] and [[Hoenn]]. Through [[cheating|hacking]], Hoenn-exclusive Key Items can be obtained (though they will have no use) in the Kanto-based games, while Kanto-exclusive Key Items can be obtained in Emerald (likewise to no use). The Mach Bike and Acro Bike, though they can be used as the normal Bicycle in FireRed and LeafGreen, will not be recognized by the game as the Bicycle, and so will not allow the player to enter {{ka|Cycling Road}} normally. The normal Bicycle, however, cannot be used in Emerald at all. All items, regardless of being legitimately obtainable or not, will have an item description and, from FireRed and LeafGreen onward, a sprite.
   
 
This list includes only Key Items from the [[Game Boy Advance]] games. For the list of Key Items in the [[Nintendo GameCube]] games, see [[List of Key Items in the Orre region]].
 
This list includes only Key Items from the [[Game Boy Advance]] games. For the list of Key Items in the [[Nintendo GameCube]] games, see [[List of Key Items in the Orre region]].
   
 
==Key Items found in all Generation III games==
 
==Key Items found in all Generation III games==
{{Item
 
|name=Old Rod
 
|jp={{tt|ボロのつりざお|Boro no Tsurizao}}
 
|jpt=Worn-out Fishing Rod
 
|gen=I
 
|dispgen=III
 
|genex=no
 
|bag=Key items
 
|sell=0
 
|effect=Allows the [[player character|player]] to [[fishing|fish]] in bodies of water.
 
|descrse=Use by any body of water to fish for [[Wild Pokémon|wild <sc>Pokémon</sc>]].
 
|descfrlg=An old and beat-up fishing rod. Use it by any body of water to fish for wild <sc>Pokémon</sc>.
 
|locrse=Received from the fisherman just south of the pier in [[Dewford Town]].
 
|locfrlg=Received from the {{DL|Fishing Brothers|Vermilion City Fishing Guru}}.
 
|main=Fishing
 
}}
 
 
 
{{Item
 
{{Item
 
|name=Coin Case
 
|name=Coin Case
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|bag=Key items
 
|bag=Key items
 
|sell=0
 
|sell=0
|effect=Allows the [[player character|player]] to [[fishing|fish]] in bodies of water. Better than the [[Old Rod]].
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|effect=Allows the player to [[fishing|fish]] in bodies of water. Better than the Old Rod.
 
|descrse=A decent fishing rod for catching wild <sc>Pokémon</sc>.
 
|descrse=A decent fishing rod for catching wild <sc>Pokémon</sc>.
 
|descfrlg=A new, good-quality fishing rod. Use it by any body of water to fish for wild <sc>Pokémon</sc>.
 
|descfrlg=A new, good-quality fishing rod. Use it by any body of water to fish for wild <sc>Pokémon</sc>.
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|descfrlg=A device used for finding items. If there is a hidden item nearby when it is used, it emits a signal.
 
|descfrlg=A device used for finding items. If there is a hidden item nearby when it is used, it emits a signal.
 
|locrse=Reward from {{ga|Brendan}} or {{ga|May}} after defeating him or her on {{rt|110|Hoenn}}.
 
|locrse=Reward from {{ga|Brendan}} or {{ga|May}} after defeating him or her on {{rt|110|Hoenn}}.
|locfrlg=Gift from [[Professors' aides|Professor Oak's aide]] in the [[gate]] of {{rt|11|Kanto}} if the [[player character|player]] has 30 or more [[Pokémon]] registered in his or her [[Pokédex]].
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|locfrlg=Gift from Professor Oak's aide in the [[gate]] of {{rt|11|Kanto}} if the player has 30 or more Pokémon registered in his or her [[Pokédex]].
 
|main=Dowsing Machine
 
|main=Dowsing Machine
 
}}
 
}}
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|descrse=A meteorite found at <sc>[[Meteor Falls]]</sc>.
 
|descrse=A meteorite found at <sc>[[Meteor Falls]]</sc>.
 
|descfrlg=A meteorite that fell from space onto <sc>[[Mt. Moon]]</sc> long ago. It is very lumpy and hard.
 
|descfrlg=A meteorite that fell from space onto <sc>[[Mt. Moon]]</sc> long ago. It is very lumpy and hard.
|locrse=At [[Mt. Chimney]], inside the machine next to where the [[player character|player]] fights [[Maxie]]{{sup/3|Ru}}{{sup/3|E}} or [[Archie]]{{sup/3|Sa}}
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|locrse=At [[Mt. Chimney]], inside the machine next to where the {{player}} fights [[Maxie]]{{sup/3|Ru}}{{sup/3|E}} or [[Archie]]{{sup/3|Sa}}
|locfrlg=Received from [[Bill]] at {{OBP|One Island|town}}'s [[Pokémon Center]].
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|locfrlg=Received from Bill at {{OBP|One Island|town}}'s [[Pokémon Center]].
 
|main=Meteorite
 
|main=Meteorite
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}}
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{{Item
  +
|name=Old Rod
  +
|jp={{tt|ボロのつりざお|Boro no Tsurizao}}
  +
|jpt=Worn-out Fishing Rod
  +
|gen=I
  +
|dispgen=III
  +
|genex=no
  +
|bag=Key items
  +
|sell=0
  +
|effect=Allows the player to [[fishing|fish]] in bodies of water.
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|descrse=Use by any body of water to fish for [[Wild Pokémon|wild <sc>Pokémon</sc>]].
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|descfrlg=An old and beat-up fishing rod. Use it by any body of water to fish for wild <sc>Pokémon</sc>.
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|locrse=Received from the fisherman just south of the pier in [[Dewford Town]].
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|locfrlg=Received from the {{DL|Fishing Brothers|Vermilion City Fishing Guru}}.
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|main=Fishing
 
}}
 
}}
   
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|bag=Key items
 
|bag=Key items
 
|sell=0
 
|sell=0
|effect=Allows the [[player character|player]] to [[fishing|fish]] in bodies of water. Best Rod of all.
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|effect=Allows the player to [[fishing|fish]] in bodies of water. Best Rod of all.
 
|descrse=The best fishing rod for catching wild <sc>Pokémon</sc>.
 
|descrse=The best fishing rod for catching wild <sc>Pokémon</sc>.
 
|descfrlg=An awesome, high-tech fishing rod. Use it by any body of water to fish for wild <sc>Pokémon</sc>.
 
|descfrlg=An awesome, high-tech fishing rod. Use it by any body of water to fish for wild <sc>Pokémon</sc>.
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==Key Items exclusive to FireRed and LeafGreen==
 
==Key Items exclusive to FireRed and LeafGreen==
 
{{Item
 
{{Item
|name=Oak's Parcel
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|name=Berry Pouch
|jp={{tt|おとどけもの|Otodoke Mono}}
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|jp={{tt|みぶくろ|Kinomi Bukuro}}
|jpt=Parcel
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|jpt=Berry Sack
|gen=I
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|gen=III
 
|dispgen=III
 
|dispgen=III
|genex=no
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|genex=yes
 
|bag=Key items
 
|bag=Key items
 
|sell=0
 
|sell=0
|effect=Deliver to [[Professor Oak]] to receive a [[Pokédex]].
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|effect=Holds [[Berry|Berries]].
|descfrlg=A parcel to be delivered to <sc>Prof. Oak</sc> from <sc>Viridian City</sc>'s [[Poké Mart|<sc>Pok</sc>é<sc>mon Mart</sc>]].
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|descfrlg=A pouch for carrying <sc>Berries</sc>. It is attached to the <sc>Bag</sc>'s compartment for important items.
|desce=A parcel for <sc>Prof. Oak</sc> from a [[Poké Mart|<sc>Pok</sc>é<sc>mon Mart</sc>]]'s clerk.
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|desce=A convenient container that holds <sc>Berries</sc>.
|locfrlg=[[Viridian City]]'s [[Poké Mart]].
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|locfrlg=Automatically obtained when the player obtains his or her first Berry.
|main=Oak's Parcel
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|main=Berry Pouch
 
}}
 
}}
   
 
{{Item
 
{{Item
|name=Town Map
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|name=Bicycle
|jp={{tt|タウンマップ|Taun Mappu}}
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|jp={{tt|じてんしゃ|Jitensha}}
|jpt=Town Map
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|jpt=Bicycle
|sprite=Town Map III
 
 
|gen=I
 
|gen=I
 
|dispgen=III
 
|dispgen=III
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|bag=Key items
 
|bag=Key items
 
|sell=0
 
|sell=0
|effect=Displays a map of [[Kanto]] and the [[Sevii Islands]].
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|effect=Use to move faster than walking.
|descfrlg=A very convenient map that can be viewed anytime. It even shows {{player|your}} present location.
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|descfrlg=A folding bicycle that allows faster movement than the <sc>Running Shoes</sc>.
|desce=Can be viewed anytime. Shows your present location.
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|desce=A folding bicycle that is faster than the <sc>Running Shoes</sc>.
|locfrlg=[[Pallet Town]], given to the player by [[Daisy Oak]].
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|locfrlg=[[Cerulean City]] [[Miracle Cycle|Bike Shop]]
[[One Island]], given to the player by [[Celio]] after obtaining the Ruby if not already obtained.
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|main=Bicycle
|main=Town Map
 
 
}}
 
}}
   
 
{{Item
 
{{Item
|name=Teachy TV
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|name=Bike Voucher
|jp={{tt|おしテレビ|Oshie Terebi}}
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|jp={{tt|ひきかけん|Hikikaeken}}
|jpt=Teach Me TV
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|jpt=Voucher
|gen=III
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|gen=I
 
|dispgen=III
 
|dispgen=III
|genex=yes
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|genex=no
 
|bag=Key items
 
|bag=Key items
 
|sell=0
 
|sell=0
|effect=Teaches [[player character|player]]s basics about [[Pokémon battle]]s.
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|effect=Exchange for Bicycle.
|descfrlg=A television set that is tuned to a program with useful tips for novice <sc>{{pkmn|Trainer}}s</sc>.
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|descfrlg=Take this voucher to the [[Miracle Cycle|<sc>Bike Shop</sc>]] in <sc>[[Cerulean City]]</sc> and exchange it for a bicycle.
|desce=A TV set tuned to an advice program for <sc>{{pkmn|Trainer}}s</sc>.
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|desce=A voucher for obtaining a bicycle from the <sc>Bike Shop</sc>.
|locfrlg=Gift from the {{ka|Old man}} who teaches the [[player character|player]] how to catch {{OBP|Pokémon|species}}.
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|locfrlg=Received from the [[Pokémon Fan Club Chairman|chairman]] of the [[Pokémon Fan Club]] in [[Vermilion City]].
|main=Teachy TV
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|main=Bike Voucher
 
}}
 
}}
   
 
{{Item
 
{{Item
|name=TM Case
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|name=Card Key
|jp={{tt|わざマシンケ|Waza Mashin Kēsu}}
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|jp={{tt|カードキー|Kādo }}
|jpt=Technique Machine Case
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|jpt=Card Key
|gen=III
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|sprite=Card Key III
  +
|gen=I
 
|dispgen=III
 
|dispgen=III
|genex=yes
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|genex=no
 
|bag=Key items
 
|bag=Key items
 
|sell=0
 
|sell=0
|effect=Holds [[TM]]s and [[HM]]s.
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|effect=Opens doors in [[Silph Co.]]
|descfrlg=A case that holds TMs and HMs. It is attached to the bag's compartment for important items.
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|descfrlg=A card-type key that unlocks doors in <sc>Silph Co.</sc>'s <sc>Head Office</sc> in <sc>[[Saffron City]]</sc>
|desce=A convenient case that holds TMs and HMs.
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|desce=A card-type door key used in <sc>Silph Co</sc>'s office.
|locfrlg=Automatically obtained when the [[player character|player]] obtains his or her first [[TM]].
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|locfrlg=[[Silph Co.]] 5F
|main=TM Case
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|main=Card Key
}}
 
 
{{Item
 
|name=Berry Pouch
 
|jp={{tt|きのみぶくろ|Kinomi Bukuro}}
 
|jpt=Berry Sack
 
|gen=III
 
|dispgen=III
 
|genex=yes
 
|bag=Key items
 
|sell=0
 
|effect=Holds [[Berry|Berries]].
 
|descfrlg=A pouch for carrying <sc>Berries</sc>. It is attached to the <sc>Bag</sc>'s compartment for important items.
 
|desce=A convenient container that holds <sc>Berries</sc>.
 
|locfrlg=Automatically obtained when the [[player character|player]] obtains his or her first [[Berry]].
 
|main=Berry Pouch
 
 
}}
 
}}
   
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|descfrlg=A [[fossil]] of an ancient, seafloor-dwelling <sc>Pokémon</sc>. It appears to be part of a shell.
 
|descfrlg=A [[fossil]] of an ancient, seafloor-dwelling <sc>Pokémon</sc>. It appears to be part of a shell.
 
|desce=A piece of ancient marine <sc>Pokémon</sc>'s shell.
 
|desce=A piece of ancient marine <sc>Pokémon</sc>'s shell.
|locfrlg=Defeat {{tc|Super Nerd}} Miguel on B2F of [[Mt. Moon]]; Choice between this [[fossil]] or the {{p|Omanyte|Helix Fossil}}.
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|locfrlg=Defeat {{tc|Super Nerd}} Miguel on B2F of [[Mt. Moon]]; Choice between this fossil or the {{p|Omanyte|Helix Fossil}}.
|main=Dome and Helix Fossils
 
}}
 
 
{{Item
 
|name=Helix Fossil
 
|jp={{tt|かいのカセキ|Kai no Kaseki}}
 
|jpt=Shellfish Fossil
 
|gen=I
 
|dispgen=III
 
|genex=no
 
|bag=Key items
 
|sell=0
 
|effect=Take to the [[Pokémon Lab]] on [[Cinnabar Island]] to obtain a revived {{p|Omanyte}}.
 
|descfrlg=A fossil of an ancient, seafloor-dwelling <sc>Pokémon</sc>. It appears to be part of a seashell.
 
|desce=A piece of an ancient marine <sc>Pokémon</sc>'s seashell.
 
|locfrlg=Defeat {{tc|Super Nerd}} Miguel on B2F of [[Mt. Moon]]; Choice between this [[fossil]] or the {{p|Kabuto|Dome Fossil}}.
 
 
|main=Dome and Helix Fossils
 
|main=Dome and Helix Fossils
 
}}
 
}}
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{{Item
 
{{Item
|name=Vs. Seeker
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|name=Gold Teeth
|jp={{tt|バトルサーチャー|Batoru Sāchā}}
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|jp={{tt|きんのいれば|Kin no Ireba}}
|jpt=Battle Searcher
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|jpt=Gold Dentures
|gen=III
 
|dispgen=III
 
|genex=no
 
|bag=Key items
 
|sell=0
 
|effect=Allows [[Pokémon Trainer]]s to be re-challenged.
 
|descfrlg=A device that indicates <sc>{{pkmn|Trainer}}s</sc> who want to battle. The battery charges while traveling.
 
|desce=A rechargeable unit that flags battle-ready <sc>{{pkmn|Trainer}}s</sc>.
 
|locfrlg=Girl next to the counter in [[Vermilion City]]'s [[Pokémon Center]].
 
|main=Vs. Seeker
 
}}
 
 
{{Item
 
|name=Bike Voucher
 
|jp={{tt|ひきかえけん|Hikikaeken}}
 
|jpt=Voucher
 
 
|gen=I
 
|gen=I
 
|dispgen=III
 
|dispgen=III
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|bag=Key items
 
|bag=Key items
 
|sell=0
 
|sell=0
|effect=Exchange for [[Bicycle]].
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|effect=The [[Baoba|Safari Zone Warden]]'s false teeth. Return them to him in exchange for {{HM|04|Strength}}.
|descfrlg=Take this voucher to the [[Miracle Cycle|<sc>Bike Shop</sc>]] in <sc>[[Cerulean City]]</sc> and exchange it for a bicycle.
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|descfrlg=A set of false teeth lost by the <sc>Safari Zone</sc>'s <sc>Warden</sc>. It makes his smile sparkle.
|desce=A voucher for obtaining a bicycle from the <sc>Bike Shop</sc>.
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|desce=Gold dentures lost by the <sc>Safari Zone</sc>'s <sc>Warden</sc>.
|locfrlg=Received from the [[Pokémon Fan Club Chairman|chairman]] of the [[Pokémon Fan Club]] in [[Vermilion City]].
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|locfrlg=Area 3 of the {{safari|Kanto}}.
|main=Bike Voucher
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|main=Gold Teeth
 
}}
 
}}
   
 
{{Item
 
{{Item
|name=Bicycle
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|name=Helix Fossil
|jp={{tt|じてんしゃ|Jitensha}}
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|jp={{tt|かいのカセキ|Kai no Kaseki}}
|jpt=Bicycle
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|jpt=Shellfish Fossil
 
|gen=I
 
|gen=I
 
|dispgen=III
 
|dispgen=III
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|bag=Key items
 
|bag=Key items
 
|sell=0
 
|sell=0
|effect=Use to move faster than running.
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|effect=Take to the [[Pokémon Lab]] on [[Cinnabar Island]] to obtain a revived {{p|Omanyte}}.
|descfrlg=A folding bicycle that allows faster movement than the <sc>Running Shoes</sc>.
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|descfrlg=A fossil of an ancient, seafloor-dwelling <sc>Pokémon</sc>. It appears to be part of a seashell.
|desce=A folding bicycle that is faster than the <sc>Running Shoes</sc>.
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|desce=A piece of an ancient marine <sc>Pokémon</sc>'s seashell.
|locfrlg=[[Cerulean City]] [[Miracle Cycle|Bike Shop]]
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|locfrlg=Defeat {{tc|Super Nerd}} Miguel on B2F of [[Mt. Moon]]; Choice between this fossil or the {{p|Kabuto|Dome Fossil}}.
|main=Bicycle
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|main=Dome and Helix Fossils
}}
 
 
{{Item
 
|name=Old Amber
 
|jp={{tt|ひみつのコハク|Himitsu no Kohaku}}
 
|jpt=Secret Amber
 
|gen=I
 
|dispgen=III
 
|genex=no
 
|bag=Key items
 
|sell=0
 
|effect=Take to the [[Pokémon Lab]] on [[Cinnabar Island]] to obtain a revived {{p|Aerodactyl}}.
 
|descfrlg=A piece of amber that contains the genes of an ancient <sc>Pokémon</sc>. It is clear with a reddish tint.
 
|desce=A stone containing the genes of an ancient <sc>Pokémon</sc>.
 
|locfrlg=[[Pewter Museum of Science]] Laboratory
 
|main=Old Amber
 
}}
 
 
{{Item
 
|name=Tea
 
|jp={{tt|おちゃ|Ocha}}
 
|jpt=Green Tea
 
|gen=III
 
|genex=yes
 
|bag=Key items
 
|effect=Give to the [[Saffron City]] guards to be granted access to the city.
 
|descfrlg=A hot drink which is good for quenching thirst.
 
|desce=A thirst-quenching tea prepared by an old lady.
 
|locfrlg=Received from an old lady in [[Celadon Condominiums|Celadon Mansion]].
 
|main=Tea
 
 
}}
 
}}
   
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}}
 
}}
   
<!--シルフ, officially romanized as Silph, translates into sylph, so that should be kept as alternate text.-->
 
 
{{Item
 
{{Item
|name=Silph Scope
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|name=Oak's Parcel
|jp={{tt|シルフスコープ|Shirufu Sukōpu}}
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|jp={{tt|おとどけもの|Otodoke Mono}}
|jpt={{tt|Silph|Sylph}} Scope
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|jpt=Parcel
 
|gen=I
 
|gen=I
 
|dispgen=III
 
|dispgen=III
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|bag=Key items
 
|bag=Key items
 
|sell=0
 
|sell=0
|effect=Allows the Pokémon of [[Pokémon Tower]] to be seen.
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|effect=Deliver to [[Professor Oak]] to receive a [[Pokédex]].
|descfrlg=A scope that makes unseeable <sc>Pokémon</sc> visible. It is made by [[Silph Co.|<sc>Silph Co</sc>.]]
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|descfrlg=A parcel to be delivered to <sc>Prof. Oak</sc> from <sc>Viridian City</sc>'s [[Poké Mart|<sc>Pok</sc>é<sc>mon Mart</sc>]].
|desce=[[Silph Co.|<sc>Silph Co</sc>]]'s scope makes unseeable <sc>Pokémon</sc> visible.
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|desce=A parcel for <sc>Prof. Oak</sc> from a [[Poké Mart|<sc>Pok</sc>é<sc>mon Mart</sc>]]'s clerk.
|locfrlg=[[Rocket Hideout]] B4F after defeating [[Giovanni]].
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|locfrlg=[[Viridian City]]'s [[Poké Mart]].
|main=Silph Scope
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|main=Oak's Parcel
  +
}}
  +
  +
{{Item
  +
|name=Old Amber
  +
|jp={{tt|ひみつのコハク|Himitsu no Kohaku}}
  +
|jpt=Secret Amber
  +
|gen=I
  +
|dispgen=III
  +
|genex=no
  +
|bag=Key items
  +
|sell=0
  +
|effect=Take to the [[Pokémon Lab]] on [[Cinnabar Island]] to obtain a revived {{p|Aerodactyl}}.
  +
|descfrlg=A piece of amber that contains the genes of an ancient <sc>Pokémon</sc>. It is clear with a reddish tint.
  +
|desce=A stone containing the genes of an ancient <sc>Pokémon</sc>.
  +
|locfrlg=[[Pewter Museum of Science]] Laboratory
  +
|main=Old Amber
 
}}
 
}}
   
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{{Item
 
{{Item
|name=Card Key
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|name=Rainbow Pass
|jp={{tt|カードキー|Kādo }}
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|jp={{tt|レインボパス|Reinbō Pasu}}
|jpt=Card Key
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|jpt=Rainbow Pass
|sprite=Card Key III
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|gen=III
|gen=I
 
 
|dispgen=III
 
|dispgen=III
|genex=no
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|genex=yes
 
|bag=Key items
 
|bag=Key items
 
|sell=0
 
|sell=0
|effect=Opens doors in [[Silph Co.]]
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|effect=Allows players access to all of the [[Sevii Islands]].
|descfrlg=A card-type key that unlocks doors in <sc>Silph Co.</sc>'s <sc>Head Office</sc> in <sc>[[Saffron City]]</sc>
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|descfrlg=A pass for ferries between <sc>{{ci|Vermilion}}</sc> and the <sc>[[Sevii Islands]]</sc>. It features a drawing of a rainbow.
|desce=A card-type door key used in <sc>Silph Co</sc>'s office.
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|desce=For ferries serving <sc>{{ci|Vermilion}}</sc> and the <sc>[[Sevii Islands]]</sc>.
|locfrlg=[[Silph Co.]] 5F
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|locfrlg={{OBP|One Island|town}}, given to the player by [[Celio]] after obtaining the Ruby.
|main=Card Key
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|main=Sevii Island passes
 
}}
 
}}
   
 
{{Item
 
{{Item
|name=Gold Teeth
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|name=Ruby
|jp={{tt|きんのいれば|Kin no Ireba}}
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|jp={{tt|ルビー|Rubī}}
|jpt=Gold Dentures
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|jpt=Ruby
|gen=I
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|gen=III
 
|dispgen=III
 
|dispgen=III
|genex=no
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|genex=yes
 
|bag=Key items
 
|bag=Key items
 
|sell=0
 
|sell=0
|effect=The [[Baoba|Safari Zone Warden]]'s false teeth. Return them to him in exchange for {{HM|04|Strength}}.
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|effect=Give to [[Celio]] along with Sapphire to set up the Network Machine of the [[Pokémon Network Center]] on {{OBP|One Island|town}}
|descfrlg=A set of false teeth lost by the <sc>Safari Zone</sc>'s <sc>Warden</sc>. It makes his smile sparkle.
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|effect2=In exchange for the Ruby, Celio gives the {{player}} a Rainbow Pass.
|desce=Gold dentures lost by the <sc>Safari Zone</sc>'s <sc>Warden</sc>.
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|descfrlg=An exquisitely beautiful gem that has a red glow. It symbolizes passion.
|locfrlg=Area 3 of the {{safari|Kanto}}.
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|desce=An exquisite, red-glowing gem that symbolizes passion.
|main=Gold Teeth
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|locfrlg=Post-[[National Pokédex]] area on [[Mt. Ember]]
  +
|main=Ruby (item)
  +
}}
  +
  +
{{Item
  +
|name=Sapphire
  +
|jp={{tt|サファイア|Safaia}}
  +
|jpt=Sapphire
  +
|gen=III
  +
|dispgen=III
  +
|genex=yes
  +
|bag=Key items
  +
|sell=0
  +
|effect=Give to [[Celio]] along with Ruby to set up the Network Machine of the [[Pokémon Network Center]] on {{OBP|One Island|town}}
  +
|descfrlg=An exquisitely beautiful gem that has a blue glow. It symbolizes honesty.
  +
|desce=A brilliant blue gem that symbolizes honesty.
  +
|locfrlg=[[Rocket Warehouse]] on [[Five Island]]
  +
|main=Sapphire (item)
 
}}
 
}}
   
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}}
 
}}
   
  +
<!--シルフ, officially romanized as Silph, translates into sylph, so that should be kept as alternate text.-->
 
{{Item
 
{{Item
|name=Tri-Pass
+
|name=Silph Scope
|jp={{tt|トライパス|Torai Pasu}}
+
|jp={{tt|シルフコープ|Shirufu Sukōpu}}
|jpt=Tri Pass
+
|jpt={{tt|Silph|Sylph}} Scope
  +
|gen=I
  +
|dispgen=III
  +
|genex=no
  +
|bag=Key items
  +
|sell=0
  +
|effect=Allows the Pokémon of [[Pokémon Tower]] to be seen.
  +
|descfrlg=A scope that makes unseeable <sc>Pokémon</sc> visible. It is made by [[Silph Co.|<sc>Silph Co</sc>.]]
  +
|desce=[[Silph Co.|<sc>Silph Co</sc>]]'s scope makes unseeable <sc>Pokémon</sc> visible.
  +
|locfrlg=[[Rocket Hideout]] B4F after defeating [[Giovanni]].
  +
|main=Silph Scope
  +
}}
  +
  +
{{Item
  +
|name=Tea
  +
|jp={{tt|おちゃ|Ocha}}
  +
|jpt=Green Tea
  +
|gen=III
  +
|genex=yes
  +
|bag=Key items
  +
|effect=Give to the [[Saffron City]] guards to be granted access to the city.
  +
|descfrlg=A hot drink which is good for quenching thirst.
  +
|desce=A thirst-quenching tea prepared by an old lady.
  +
|locfrlg=Received from an old lady in [[Celadon Condominiums|Celadon Mansion]].
  +
|main=Tea
  +
}}
  +
  +
{{Item
  +
|name=Teachy TV
  +
|jp={{tt|おしえテレビ|Oshie Terebi}}
  +
|jpt=Teach Me TV
 
|gen=III
 
|gen=III
 
|dispgen=III
 
|dispgen=III
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|bag=Key items
 
|bag=Key items
 
|sell=0
 
|sell=0
|effect=Allows [[player character|player]]s to access the three northernmost [[Sevii Islands]].
+
|effect=Teaches players basics about [[Pokémon battle]]s.
|descfrlg=A pass for ferries between <sc>[[One Island (town)|One]]</sc>, <sc>[[Two Island (town)|Two]]</sc>, and <sc>{{OBP|Three Island|town}}</sc>. It has a drawing of three islands.
+
|descfrlg=A television set that is tuned to a program with useful tips for novice <sc>{{pkmn|Trainer}}s</sc>.
|desce=A pass for ferries between <sc>[[One Island (town)|One]]</sc>, <sc>[[Two Island (town)|Two]]</sc>, and <sc>{{OBP|Three Island|town}}</sc>.
+
|desce=A TV set tuned to an advice program for <sc>{{pkmn|Trainer}}s</sc>.
|locfrlg={{OBP|One Island|town}}, given to the [[player character|player]] by [[Celio]] upon arrival.
+
|locfrlg=Gift from the {{ka|Old man}} who teaches the player how to catch Pokémon.
|main=Sevii Island passes
+
|main=Teachy TV
 
}}
 
}}
   
 
{{Item
 
{{Item
|name=Ruby
+
|name=TM Case
|jp={{tt|ルビー|Rubī}}
+
|jp={{tt|わざマシンケ|Waza Mashin Kēsu}}
|jpt=Ruby
+
|jpt=Technique Machine Case
 
|gen=III
 
|gen=III
 
|dispgen=III
 
|dispgen=III
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|bag=Key items
 
|bag=Key items
 
|sell=0
 
|sell=0
|effect=Give to [[Celio]] along with {{OBP|Sapphire|item}} to set up the Network Machine of the [[Pokémon Network Center]] on {{OBP|One Island|town}}
+
|effect=Holds [[TM]]s and [[HM]]s.
|effect2=In exchange for the Ruby, Celio gives the {{player}} a Rainbow Pass.
+
|descfrlg=A case that holds TMs and HMs. It is attached to the bag's compartment for important items.
|descfrlg=An exquisitely beautiful gem that has a red glow. It symbolizes passion.
+
|desce=A convenient case that holds TMs and HMs.
|desce=An exquisite, red-glowing gem that symbolizes passion.
+
|locfrlg=Automatically obtained when the player obtains his or her first TM.
|locfrlg=Post-[[National Pokédex]] area on [[Mt. Ember]]
+
|main=TM Case
|main=Ruby (item)
 
 
}}
 
}}
   
 
{{Item
 
{{Item
|name=Rainbow Pass
+
|name=Town Map
|jp={{tt|レイボーパス|Reinbō Pasu}}
+
|jp={{tt|タウマップ|Taun Mappu}}
|jpt=Rainbow Pass
+
|jpt=Town Map
  +
|sprite=Town Map III
  +
|gen=I
  +
|dispgen=III
  +
|genex=no
  +
|bag=Key items
  +
|sell=0
  +
|effect=Displays a map of [[Kanto]] and the [[Sevii Islands]].
  +
|descfrlg=A very convenient map that can be viewed anytime. It even shows {{player|your}} present location.
  +
|desce=Can be viewed anytime. Shows your present location.
  +
|locfrlg=[[Pallet Town]], given to the player by [[Daisy Oak]].
  +
[[One Island]], given to the player by [[Celio]] after obtaining the Ruby if not already obtained.
  +
|main=Town Map
  +
}}
  +
  +
{{Item
  +
|name=Tri-Pass
  +
|jp={{tt|トライパス|Torai Pasu}}
  +
|jpt=Tri Pass
 
|gen=III
 
|gen=III
 
|dispgen=III
 
|dispgen=III
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|bag=Key items
 
|bag=Key items
 
|sell=0
 
|sell=0
|effect=Allows [[player character|player]]s access to all of the [[Sevii Islands]].
+
|effect=Allows players to access the three northernmost [[Sevii Islands]].
|descfrlg=A pass for ferries between <sc>{{ci|Vermilion}}</sc> and the <sc>[[Sevii Islands]]</sc>. It features a drawing of a rainbow.
+
|descfrlg=A pass for ferries between <sc>[[One Island (town)|One]]</sc>, <sc>[[Two Island (town)|Two]]</sc>, and <sc>{{OBP|Three Island|town}}</sc>. It has a drawing of three islands.
|desce=For ferries serving <sc>{{ci|Vermilion}}</sc> and the <sc>[[Sevii Islands]]</sc>.
+
|desce=A pass for ferries between <sc>[[One Island (town)|One]]</sc>, <sc>[[Two Island (town)|Two]]</sc>, and <sc>{{OBP|Three Island|town}}</sc>.
|locfrlg={{OBP|One Island|town}}, given to the [[player character|player]] by [[Celio]] after obtaining the {{OBP|Ruby|item}}.
+
|locfrlg={{OBP|One Island|town}}, given to the player by [[Celio]] upon arrival.
 
|main=Sevii Island passes
 
|main=Sevii Island passes
 
}}
 
}}
   
 
{{Item
 
{{Item
|name=Sapphire
+
|name=Vs. Seeker
|jp={{tt|サファイア|Safaia}}
+
|jp={{tt|バトルーチャー|Batoru Sāchā}}
|jpt=Sapphire
+
|jpt=Battle Searcher
 
|gen=III
 
|gen=III
 
|dispgen=III
 
|dispgen=III
|genex=yes
+
|genex=no
 
|bag=Key items
 
|bag=Key items
 
|sell=0
 
|sell=0
|effect=Give to [[Celio]] along with {{OBP|Ruby|item}} to set up the Network Machine of the [[Pokémon Network Center]] on {{OBP|One Island|town}}
+
|effect=Allows Trainers to be re-challenged.
|descfrlg=An exquisitely beautiful gem that has a blue glow. It symbolizes honesty.
+
|descfrlg=A device that indicates <sc>{{pkmn|Trainer}}s</sc> who want to battle. The battery charges while traveling.
|desce=A brilliant blue gem that symbolizes honesty.
+
|desce=A rechargeable unit that flags battle-ready <sc>{{pkmn|Trainer}}s</sc>.
|locfrlg=[[Rocket Warehouse]] on [[Five Island]]
+
|locfrlg=Girl next to the counter in [[Vermilion City]]'s [[Pokémon Center]].
|main=Sapphire (item)
+
|main=Vs. Seeker
 
}}
 
}}
   
 
==Key Items exclusive to FireRed, LeafGreen, and Emerald==
 
==Key Items exclusive to FireRed, LeafGreen, and Emerald==
 
{{Item
 
{{Item
|name=Powder Jar
+
|name=AuroraTicket
|jp={{tt|こないれ|Kona Ire}}
+
|jp={{tt|オーロラチケット|Ōrora Chiketto}}
|jpt=Powder Container
+
|jpt=Aurora Ticket
 
|gen=III
 
|gen=III
 
|dispgen=III
 
|dispgen=III
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|bag=Key items
 
|bag=Key items
 
|sell=0
 
|sell=0
|effect=Holds [[Berry Powder]] from [[Berry Crush]].
+
|effect=Allows players to access [[Birth Island]].
|desce=Stores <sc>[[Berry Powder]]</sc> made using a [[Berry Crush|<sc>Berry Crusher</sc>]].
+
|desce=A ticket required to board the ship to <sc>Birth Island</sc>.
|descfrlg=A jar for storing <sc>[[Berry Powder]]</sc> made using a [[Berry Crush|<sc>Berry Crusher</sc>]].
+
|descfrlg=A ticket required to board the ship to <sc>Birth Island</sc>. It glows beautifully.
|loce=Received from a woman in the upper-right stall of [[Slateport City]]'s Market.
+
|loce=[[Event Pokémon|Nintendo event]]
|locfrlg=Received from an old man in the house next to the [[Gym]] [[Badge]] man's house in [[Cerulean City]].
+
|locfrlg=[[Event Pokémon|Nintendo event]]
|main=Powder Jar
+
|main=AuroraTicket
 
}}
 
}}
   
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|bag=Key items
 
|bag=Key items
 
|sell=0
 
|sell=0
|effect=Allows [[player character|player]]s to access [[Navel Rock]].
+
|effect=Allows players to access [[Navel Rock]].
 
|desce=A ticket required to board the ship to <sc>Navel Rock</sc>.
 
|desce=A ticket required to board the ship to <sc>Navel Rock</sc>.
 
|descfrlg=A ticket required to board the ship to <sc>Navel Rock</sc>. It glows with a mystic light.
 
|descfrlg=A ticket required to board the ship to <sc>Navel Rock</sc>. It glows with a mystic light.
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{{Item
 
{{Item
|name=AuroraTicket
+
|name=Powder Jar
|jp={{tt|オーロラチケット|Ōrora Chiketto}}
+
|jp={{tt|こないれ|Kona Ire}}
|jpt=Aurora Ticket
+
|jpt=Powder Container
 
|gen=III
 
|gen=III
 
|dispgen=III
 
|dispgen=III
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|bag=Key items
 
|bag=Key items
 
|sell=0
 
|sell=0
|effect=Allows [[player character|player]]s to access [[Birth Island]].
+
|effect=Holds [[Berry Powder]] from [[Berry Crush]].
|desce=A ticket required to board the ship to <sc>Birth Island</sc>.
+
|desce=Stores <sc>[[Berry Powder]]</sc> made using a [[Berry Crush|<sc>Berry Crusher</sc>]].
|descfrlg=A ticket required to board the ship to <sc>Birth Island</sc>. It glows beautifully.
+
|descfrlg=A jar for storing <sc>[[Berry Powder]]</sc> made using a [[Berry Crush|<sc>Berry Crusher</sc>]].
|loce=[[Event Pokémon|Nintendo event]]
+
|loce=Received from a woman in the upper-right stall of [[Slateport City]]'s Market.
|locfrlg=[[Event Pokémon|Nintendo event]]
+
|locfrlg=Received from an old man in the house next to the [[Gym]] [[Badge]] man's house in [[Cerulean City]].
|main=AuroraTicket
+
|main=Powder Jar
 
}}
 
}}
   

Revision as of 05:12, 15 October 2018

This is a list of all the Key Items that are found in Generation III. Please note that some of these are also part of the list of Key Items in Generation I due to Pokémon Red and Green being remade, and several appear in multiple generations.

Some items are specific to a certain region, while others can be found in both Kanto and Hoenn. Through hacking, Hoenn-exclusive Key Items can be obtained (though they will have no use) in the Kanto-based games, while Kanto-exclusive Key Items can be obtained in Emerald (likewise to no use). The Mach Bike and Acro Bike, though they can be used as the normal Bicycle in FireRed and LeafGreen, will not be recognized by the game as the Bicycle, and so will not allow the player to enter Cycling Road normally. The normal Bicycle, however, cannot be used in Emerald at all. All items, regardless of being legitimately obtainable or not, will have an item description and, from FireRed and LeafGreen onward, a sprite.

This list includes only Key Items from the Game Boy Advance games. For the list of Key Items in the Nintendo GameCube games, see List of Key Items in the Orre region.

Key Items found in all Generation III games

Key Items exclusive to Ruby and Sapphire

Key Items exclusive to Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald

Key Items exclusive to FireRed and LeafGreen

Key Items exclusive to FireRed, LeafGreen, and Emerald

Key Items exclusive to Emerald


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