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Rage Candy Bar
Rage Manjū
Rage Candy Bar
Rage Candy Bar
Pokémon Global Link artwork
Introduced in Generation II
Generation II Bag Items pocket icon.png Items
Generation IV Bag Key items pocket icon.png Key items
Generation V Bag Medicine pocket icon.png Medicine
Generation VI Bag Medicine pocket icon.png Medicine
Generation VII Bag Medicine pocket icon.png Medicine
Power 30

The Rage Candy Bar (Japanese: いかりまんじゅう Rage Manjū) is an item originally exclusive to the Generation II games and reimplemented in every game since Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver. It is a local specialty of Mahogany Town.

In the core series games


Games Cost Sell price
GSC PokémonDollar.png300 PokémonDollar.png150
HGSS PokémonDollar.png300 N/A
N/A PokémonDollar.png150
SM N/A PokémonDollar.png175

In the Generation V games, the RageCandyBar can be sold to the gourmet maniac on Route 5 for PokémonDollar.png6000.


Generation II

When used from the Bag on a Pokémon, it heals the Pokémon by 20 HP.

Generation IV

In Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver, it is a Key Item. It may be exchanged with a NPC in the Underground Path on Routes 5 and 6 for TM64 (Explosion).

Generations V and VI

When used from the Bag on a Pokémon, it heals the Pokémon by 20 HP.

In Pokémon Black and White, if the player uses a RageCandyBar on one of the Darmanitan statues in the Desert Resort, the RageCandyBar is consumed and will prompt a battle with the awakened Darmanitan. Each Darmanitan will be at level 35 and have the Ability Zen Mode.

Generation VII

When used from the Bag on a Pokémon, it cures a Pokémon from poison, paralysis, sleep, burn, freeze, and confusion.


Games Description
GSC Restores Pokémon HP by 20.
HGSS A famous candy in Mahogany Town. Many tourists like to buy them to take home.
BWB2W2 A famous Mahogany Town candy tourists like to buy and take home. It restores the HP of one Pokémon by 20 points.
XYORAS Mahogany Town's famous candy. When consumed, it restores 20 HP to an injured Pokémon.
SM Mahogany Town's famous candy. It can be used once to heal all the status conditions of a Pokémon.


Games Finite methods Repeatable methods
GSC Mahogany Town (purchase from man who stops the player from going to Route 44 before the Red Gyarados is defeated or captured)
Mahogany Town Souvenir Shop (after defeating the Rocket Executives at Goldenrod Radio Tower)
HGSS Mahogany Town
BW Icirrus City, Desert Resort Royal Unova
B2W2 Pokéstar Studios, Royal Unova, Join Avenue (Market)
XY Received from a Waiter in Hotel Camphrier, Hotel Cyllage, Hotel Ambrette, Hotel Marine Snow, Hotel Coumarine, or Hotel Couriway
ORAS Trick House Any Contest Spectacular Hall (random gift from a fan after completing a Contest of any rank)
SM Malie Garden Pokémon Center Café, Festival Plaza (Goody shops)

Spelling differences between generations

In Generation II, the item's name is spelled in all caps and with no spaces, thus rendering it as "Ragecandybar".

When referred to in Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen, it is instead rendered as "Rage Candybar" as it is mentioned exclusively in dialogue due to it not being an item in these games. Likewise in Pokémon Platinum, the item is only specified in dialogue but its name is rendered normally as "Rage Candy Bar".

After returning to its status as an item in Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver and in all Generation V games, it is spelled in CamelCase (as "RageCandyBar"), due to the twelve-character limit and capitalization change for item names.

Since the character limit was bumped in Generation VI, the item's name is now rendered correctly as "Rage Candy Bar".

In the manga

A Rage Candy Bar in Pokémon Adventures

In the Pokémon Adventures manga

In Out-Odding Oddish, while on his way to the Pokéathlon Dome, Gold was seen eating some Rage Candy Bars that he had recently purchased. He also threw one into Whitney's mouth, almost causing her to choke. Gold later gave a Rage Candy Bar to Bruno, who immediately fell in love with its delicious taste. In All About Arceus IX, Whitney, who was shown to have a crush on Bruno, was seen sending the Elite Four member a boxful of Rage Candy Bars, much to his pleasure.

In To Make a Musical, Ryoku of the Seven Sages was seen holding a box of Rage Candy Bars in his hand before entering the Relic Castle to catch Volcarona for Ghetsis.

Design basis

The Rage Candy Bar is based on the Japanese manjū, a type of pounded rice cake. Manjū are sold in Japan as confectionery, and are often unique to certain places (much as the Rage Candy Bar is to Mahogany Town). A direct translation would thus prove confusing for English-speaking players, providing reasoning behind naming it as a candy bar. Its in-Bag sprite depicts it in a small box, which could pass for a candy bar wrapper, preventing revelation of the translation issue.

According to Nob Ogasawara, under his alias of Douglas Dinsdale (also Doug Dinsdale), in a thread[1] apparently archived from the Something Awful forums and available at the Let's Play Archive, the name Rage Candy Bar is a mistranslation that was decided by his handlers at Nintendo of America. He claims that the correct translation of いかりまんじゅう is "Rage Dumpling" or, given the twelve-character limit at the time, "Rage Bun". The name Cake of Rage was also suggested by him for the English localization[2], which would match the Lake of Rage.


In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 憤怒饅頭 Fáhnnouh Màahntàuh
Mandarin 憤怒饅頭 / 愤怒馒头 Fènnù Mántou *
憤怒豆沙包 Fènnù Dòushābāo *
France Flag.png French Bonbon Rage
Germany Flag.png German Wutkeks
Italy Flag.png Italian Iramella
South Korea Flag.png Korean 분노의호두과자 Bunno-ui Hodugwaja
Brazil Flag.png Brazilian Portuguese Barra Doce da Fúria
Spain Flag.png Spanish Caram. Furia


See also

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