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Revision as of 16:33, 4 March 2013

Mr. Goods

Mr. Goods (Japanese: ミスター・グッズ Mr. Goods) is a non-player character in Pokémon Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum. He is found near the Poffin House in Hearthome City. Although he claims he can't remember who he is or his real name, he has dedicated himself to seeking rarities. He gives Trainers items once they have met certain requirements. These items can be placed in the Trainer's secret base located in The Underground.


Contest Trophies

Mr. Goods rewards a Trainer with a colored trophy for achieving first place in the Master Rank of any Super Contest.

Contest Reward
Beauty Master Rank Beauty Cup
Cool Master Rank Cool Cup
Smart Master Rank Clever Cup
Tough Master Rank Tough Cup
Cute Master Rank Cute Cup


When certain milestones are reached in the Underground, Mr. Goods will give a Trainer a colored crystal.

Achievement Reward
Meet 100 players in the Underground Blue Crystal
Give 100 items to other players in the Underground Pink Crystal
Dig up 100 Fossils in the Underground Red Crystal
Trap 100 people in the Underground Yellow Crystal

Tower Trophies

After achieving a certain number of winning streaks in the Battle Tower, Mr. Goods will reward the player with another group of trophies.

Achievement Reward
Winning streak of 10 at the Battle Tower Bronze Trophy
Winning streak of 50 at the Battle Tower Silver Trophy
Winning streak of 100 at the Battle Tower Gold Trophy


Mr. Goods will also reward a Trainer for other miscellaneous achievements.

Achievement Reward
Beat all 8 Gym Leaders Gym Statue
Enable Wi-Fi Connection and access the Global Trade Station Revolving Globe



Artist IV OD.png
Mr. Goods's overworld sprite from
Generation IV


Language Name Origin
Japanese ミスター・グッズ Mister Goods From goods.
English Mr. Goods From goods.
French Rico Lexion From collection.
German Herr Deko From Dekoration, decoration.
Italian Sig. Omaggi From omaggi, homages, presents.
Spanish Sr. Curiosidades From curiosidades, curiosities.
Korean 미스터 굿즈 Mister Goods From goods.

Non-player characters in the core series games
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BebeTealaFelicityRoseanneRad RickshawEldritchWilmaJasmineJuliaPokémon Fan Club ChairmanJordanDexterKeira
Dr. FootstepMr. GoodsMr. FuegoPokétch Co. PresidentMassage GirlScarf GuyHelenaKetch AppyTeam GalacticGym guide
Gym LeadersElite FourFrontier BrainsName RaterDay-Care CoupleProfessors' aidesStats judge
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