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'''Rare Candy''' (Japanese: '''{{j|ふしぎなアメ}}''' ''Mystery Candy'') is a type of [[medicine]] introduced in [[Generation I]].
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'''Rare Candy''' (Japanese: '''{{j|ふしぎなアメ}}''' ''Mystery Candy'') is a type of [[medicine]] and [[Candy]] introduced in [[Generation I]].
   
 
==In the games==
 
==In the games==
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====Generation VIII====
 
====Generation VIII====
If a Rare Candy is used on a Level 100 Pokémon that [[Methods of evolution#Leveling up|evolves by leveling up]] and currently meets its evolution requirements, it will evolve (without gaining a level). (This applies to all Pokémon that evolve by leveling up, not just Pokémon that [[List of Pokémon that evolve at or above a certain level|evolve at or above a certain level]].)
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If a Rare Candy is used on a Lv. 100 Pokémon that [[Methods of evolution#Leveling up|evolves by leveling up]] and currently meets its evolution requirements, it will evolve (without gaining a level). (This applies to all Pokémon that evolve by leveling up, not just Pokémon that [[List of Pokémon that evolve at or above a certain level|evolve at or above a certain level]].)
   
 
===Description===
 
===Description===
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| {{gameabbrev3|RSE}}
 
| {{gameabbrev3|RSE}}
 
| [[Route]]s {{rtn|108|Hoenn}}, {{rtn|110|Hoenn}}, {{rtn|111|Hoenn}}, {{rtn|114|Hoenn}}, {{rtn|119|Hoenn}}, {{rtn|120|Hoenn}}, {{rtn|123|Hoenn}}, {{rtn|127|Hoenn}}{{sup/3|E}}, and {{rtn|132|Hoenn}}, [[Petalburg City]], [[Granite Cave]], [[Trick House]] (First Puzzle), {{safari|Hoenn}}{{sup/3|E}}, [[Mt. Pyre]], [[Shoal Cave]], {{OBP|Magma Hideout|Jagged Pass}}{{sup/3|E}}<br/>{{DL|Pokémon Center Ladies|Quiz Lady}}{{sup/3|E}}
 
| [[Route]]s {{rtn|108|Hoenn}}, {{rtn|110|Hoenn}}, {{rtn|111|Hoenn}}, {{rtn|114|Hoenn}}, {{rtn|119|Hoenn}}, {{rtn|120|Hoenn}}, {{rtn|123|Hoenn}}, {{rtn|127|Hoenn}}{{sup/3|E}}, and {{rtn|132|Hoenn}}, [[Petalburg City]], [[Granite Cave]], [[Trick House]] (First Puzzle), {{safari|Hoenn}}{{sup/3|E}}, [[Mt. Pyre]], [[Shoal Cave]], {{OBP|Magma Hideout|Jagged Pass}}{{sup/3|E}}<br/>{{DL|Pokémon Center Ladies|Quiz Lady}}{{sup/3|E}}
| {{a|Pickup}}
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| {{a|Pickup}} (Any level : 10%){{sup/3|RS}} (Level 21-40 : 4%, level 41+ : 10%){{sup/3|E}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| {{gameabbrev3|FRLG}}
 
| {{gameabbrev3|FRLG}}
 
| [[Route]]s {{rtn|6|Kanto}}, {{rtn|9|Kanto}}, {{rtn|12|Kanto}}, and {{rtn|17|Kanto}}, [[Mt. Moon]], [[Cerulean City]], [[Team Rocket Hideout|Rocket Hideout]], [[Silph Co.]], [[Pokémon Tower]], [[Fuchsia City]], {{ka|Pokémon Mansion}}, {{ka|Victory Road}}, [[Cape Brink]], [[Lost Cave]]
 
| [[Route]]s {{rtn|6|Kanto}}, {{rtn|9|Kanto}}, {{rtn|12|Kanto}}, and {{rtn|17|Kanto}}, [[Mt. Moon]], [[Cerulean City]], [[Team Rocket Hideout|Rocket Hideout]], [[Silph Co.]], [[Pokémon Tower]], [[Fuchsia City]], {{ka|Pokémon Mansion}}, {{ka|Victory Road}}, [[Cape Brink]], [[Lost Cave]]
| [[Resort Gorgeous]] (reward from [[Selphy]])<br>{{a|Pickup}}
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| [[Resort Gorgeous]] (reward from [[Selphy]])<br>{{a|Pickup}} (Any level : 5%)
 
|-
 
|-
 
| {{gameabbrevss|Colo}}
 
| {{gameabbrevss|Colo}}
 
| [[The Under]], [[Snagem Hideout]]
 
| [[The Under]], [[Snagem Hideout]]
| {{a|Pickup}}
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| {{a|Pickup}} (Any level : 10%)
 
|-
 
|-
 
| {{gameabbrevss|XD}}
 
| {{gameabbrevss|XD}}
 
| [[Kaminko's House]], [[Cipher Key Lair]], [[Citadark Isle]] (×3), [[Realgam Tower]] ([[Battle CD]] {{DL|Battle CDs 21-30|Battle CD 22|22}}, {{DL|Battle CDs 31-40|Battle CD 40|40}}, and {{DL|Battle CDs 41-50|Battle CD 41|41}} completion prizes)
 
| [[Kaminko's House]], [[Cipher Key Lair]], [[Citadark Isle]] (×3), [[Realgam Tower]] ([[Battle CD]] {{DL|Battle CDs 21-30|Battle CD 22|22}}, {{DL|Battle CDs 31-40|Battle CD 40|40}}, and {{DL|Battle CDs 41-50|Battle CD 41|41}} completion prizes)
| {{a|Pickup}}
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| {{a|Pickup}} (Level 21-40 : 4%, level 41+ : 10%)
 
|-
 
|-
 
| {{gameabbrev4|DPPt}}
 
| {{gameabbrev4|DPPt}}
 
| [[Route]]s {{rtn|207|Sinnoh}}, {{rtn|210|Sinnoh}}, {{rtn|212|Sinnoh}}, {{rtn|214|Sinnoh}}, {{rtn|217|Sinnoh}}{{sup/4|Pt}}, {{rtn|218|Sinnoh}}, {{rtn|223|Sinnoh}}{{sup/4|Pt}}, {{rtn|224|Sinnoh}}, {{rtn|225|Sinnoh}}, {{rtn|226|Sinnoh}}{{sup/4|Pt}}, {{rtn|228|Sinnoh}}, and {{rtn|230|Sinnoh}}, [[Old Chateau]]{{sup/4|Pt}}, [[Wayward Cave]], [[Floaroma Meadow]]{{sup/4|Pt}}, [[Mt. Coronet]], [[Solaceon Ruins]], [[Veilstone City]]{{sup/4|Pt}}, [[Team Galactic HQ]], [[Valor Lakefront]]{{sup/4|DP}}, [[Great Marsh]], [[Snowpoint City]]{{sup/4|Pt}}, {{si|Victory Road}}, [[Survival Area]]{{sup/4|Pt}}, [[Stark Mountain]]
 
| [[Route]]s {{rtn|207|Sinnoh}}, {{rtn|210|Sinnoh}}, {{rtn|212|Sinnoh}}, {{rtn|214|Sinnoh}}, {{rtn|217|Sinnoh}}{{sup/4|Pt}}, {{rtn|218|Sinnoh}}, {{rtn|223|Sinnoh}}{{sup/4|Pt}}, {{rtn|224|Sinnoh}}, {{rtn|225|Sinnoh}}, {{rtn|226|Sinnoh}}{{sup/4|Pt}}, {{rtn|228|Sinnoh}}, and {{rtn|230|Sinnoh}}, [[Old Chateau]]{{sup/4|Pt}}, [[Wayward Cave]], [[Floaroma Meadow]]{{sup/4|Pt}}, [[Mt. Coronet]], [[Solaceon Ruins]], [[Veilstone City]]{{sup/4|Pt}}, [[Team Galactic HQ]], [[Valor Lakefront]]{{sup/4|DP}}, [[Great Marsh]], [[Snowpoint City]]{{sup/4|Pt}}, {{si|Victory Road}}, [[Survival Area]]{{sup/4|Pt}}, [[Stark Mountain]]
| {{si|Battle Park}}{{sup/4|DP}}/{{gdis|Battle Frontier|IV}}{{sup/4|Pt}} (48 [[Battle Point|BP]])<br>{{si|Pokémon Mansion}} (held by {{tc|Rich Boy}} Liam and {{tc|Lady}} Celeste's {{p|Blissey}}){{sup/4|Pt}}<br>{{a|Pickup}}
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| {{si|Battle Park}}{{sup/4|DP}}/{{gdis|Battle Frontier|IV}}{{sup/4|Pt}} (48 [[Battle Point|BP]])<br>{{si|Pokémon Mansion}} (held by {{tc|Rich Boy}} Liam and {{tc|Lady}} Celeste's {{p|Blissey}}){{sup/4|Pt}}<br>{{a|Pickup}} (Level 21-40 : 4%, level 41+ : 10%)
 
|-
 
|-
 
| {{gameabbrev4|HGSS}}
 
| {{gameabbrev4|HGSS}}
 
| [[Route]]s {{rtn|27|Kanto}}, {{rtn|28|Kanto}}, and {{rtn|34|Johto}}, [[Violet City]], [[Ruins of Alph]], [[Pokéathlon Dome]], [[Ecruteak City]], [[Bell Tower]], [[Olivine City]], [[Glitter Lighthouse]], [[Whirl Islands]], [[Mt. Mortar]], [[Lake of Rage]], {{ka|Victory Road}}, [[Indigo Plateau]], [[Frontier Access]], [[Vermilion City]], [[Seafoam Islands]], [[Cinnabar Island]], [[Cerulean Cave]], [[Mt. Silver]]
 
| [[Route]]s {{rtn|27|Kanto}}, {{rtn|28|Kanto}}, and {{rtn|34|Johto}}, [[Violet City]], [[Ruins of Alph]], [[Pokéathlon Dome]], [[Ecruteak City]], [[Bell Tower]], [[Olivine City]], [[Glitter Lighthouse]], [[Whirl Islands]], [[Mt. Mortar]], [[Lake of Rage]], {{ka|Victory Road}}, [[Indigo Plateau]], [[Frontier Access]], [[Vermilion City]], [[Seafoam Islands]], [[Cinnabar Island]], [[Cerulean Cave]], [[Mt. Silver]]
| [[Goldenrod Radio Tower]] (25 [[Blue Card]] points), {{gdis|Battle Frontier|IV}} (48 [[Battle Point|BP]]), [[Pokéathlon Dome]] (2000 Pts.){{dotw|Mo}}{{dotw|Sa}}<br>{{a|Pickup}}
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| [[Goldenrod Radio Tower]] (25 [[Blue Card]] points), {{gdis|Battle Frontier|IV}} (48 [[Battle Point|BP]]), [[Pokéathlon Dome]] (2000 Pts.){{dotw|Mo}}{{dotw|Sa}}<br>{{a|Pickup}} (Level 21-40 : 4%, level 41+ : 10%)
 
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| {{gameabbrevss|PW}}
 
| {{gameabbrevss|PW}}
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| {{gameabbrev5|BW}}
 
| {{gameabbrev5|BW}}
 
| [[Route]]s {{rtn|2|Unova}}, {{rtn|3|Unova}}, {{rtn|13|Unova}}, and {{rtn|16|Unova}}, [[Pinwheel Forest]], [[Passerby Analytics HQ]], [[Desert Resort]], [[Anville Town]], [[Lostlorn Forest]], [[Mistralton Cave]], [[Chargestone Cave]], [[Twist Mountain]], [[Icirrus City]], {{OBP|Victory Road|Black and White}}, [[N's Castle]], [[Challenger's Cave]], [[Village Bridge]], [[Abundant Shrine]]
 
| [[Route]]s {{rtn|2|Unova}}, {{rtn|3|Unova}}, {{rtn|13|Unova}}, and {{rtn|16|Unova}}, [[Pinwheel Forest]], [[Passerby Analytics HQ]], [[Desert Resort]], [[Anville Town]], [[Lostlorn Forest]], [[Mistralton Cave]], [[Chargestone Cave]], [[Twist Mountain]], [[Icirrus City]], {{OBP|Victory Road|Black and White}}, [[N's Castle]], [[Challenger's Cave]], [[Village Bridge]], [[Abundant Shrine]]
| [[Battle Subway]] (48 [[Battle Point|BP]]), [[Anville Town]] (lost-and-found)<br>[[Royal Unova]]{{dotw|Su}}, [[Big Stadium and Small Court]] (defeat Nursery Aide Leah)<br>{{a|Pickup}}
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| [[Battle Subway]] (48 [[Battle Point|BP]]), [[Anville Town]] (lost-and-found)<br>[[Royal Unova]]{{dotw|Su}}, [[Big Stadium and Small Court]] (defeat Nursery Aide Leah)<br>{{a|Pickup}} (Level 21-40 : 4%, level 41+ : 10%)
 
|-
 
|-
 
| {{gameabbrev5|B2W2}}
 
| {{gameabbrev5|B2W2}}
 
| [[Route]]s {{rtn|3|Unova}}, {{rtn|8|Unova}}, {{rtn|12|Unova}}, {{rtn|18|Unova}}, {{rtn|20|Unova}}{{sup/s|A}}, {{rtn|22|Unova}}, and {{rtn|23|Unova}}, [[Virbank City]], [[Castelia City]], [[Passerby Analytics HQ]], [[Anville Town]], [[Lostlorn Forest]], [[Relic Passage]], [[Abundant Shrine]], [[Strange House]], [[Village Bridge]], [[Seaside Cave]], {{OBP|Victory Road|Black 2 and White 2}}, [[Moor of Icirrus]]{{sup/s|Sp}}{{sup/s|Su}}{{sup/s|A}}, [[Dreamyard]], [[Pinwheel Forest]], [[Twist Mountain]]<br>[[Join Avenue]] ({{DL|Join Avenue|Avenue rank}} reward)
 
| [[Route]]s {{rtn|3|Unova}}, {{rtn|8|Unova}}, {{rtn|12|Unova}}, {{rtn|18|Unova}}, {{rtn|20|Unova}}{{sup/s|A}}, {{rtn|22|Unova}}, and {{rtn|23|Unova}}, [[Virbank City]], [[Castelia City]], [[Passerby Analytics HQ]], [[Anville Town]], [[Lostlorn Forest]], [[Relic Passage]], [[Abundant Shrine]], [[Strange House]], [[Village Bridge]], [[Seaside Cave]], {{OBP|Victory Road|Black 2 and White 2}}, [[Moor of Icirrus]]{{sup/s|Sp}}{{sup/s|Su}}{{sup/s|A}}, [[Dreamyard]], [[Pinwheel Forest]], [[Twist Mountain]]<br>[[Join Avenue]] ({{DL|Join Avenue|Avenue rank}} reward)
| [[Join Avenue]] ({{DL|Join Avenue|Raffle Shop}})<br>[[Nimbasa City]] (held by certain Pokémon [[In-game trade#Yancy/Curtis|traded]] from [[Curtis]]/[[Yancy]])<br>[[Battle Subway]]/[[Pokémon World Tournament|PWT]] (24 [[Battle Point|BP]]), [[Anville Town]] (lost-and-found)<br>[[Black Tower]]/[[White Treehollow]] (Area 6-10 reward)<br>[[Big Stadium and Small Court]] (defeat {{tc|Nursery Aide}} Leah, {{tc|Pokémon Breeder}} Owen, or Pokémon Breeder Brooke)<br>[[Hidden Grotto]]es, {{a|Pickup}}<br>[[Pokémon Dream Radar]] (regular areas after catching {{p|Landorus}}, Simulator α, Simulator β, Simulator γ)
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| [[Join Avenue]] ({{DL|Join Avenue|Raffle Shop}})<br>[[Nimbasa City]] (held by certain Pokémon [[In-game trade#Yancy/Curtis|traded]] from [[Curtis]]/[[Yancy]])<br>[[Battle Subway]]/[[Pokémon World Tournament|PWT]] (24 [[Battle Point|BP]]), [[Anville Town]] (lost-and-found)<br>[[Black Tower]]/[[White Treehollow]] (Area 6-10 reward)<br>[[Big Stadium and Small Court]] (defeat {{tc|Nursery Aide}} Leah, {{tc|Pokémon Breeder}} Owen, or Pokémon Breeder Brooke)<br>[[Hidden Grotto]]es, {{a|Pickup}} (Level 21-40 : 4%, level 41+ : 10%)<br>[[Pokémon Dream Radar]] (regular areas after catching {{p|Landorus}}, Simulator α, Simulator β, Simulator γ)
 
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|-
 
| {{gameabbrevss|DW}}
 
| {{gameabbrevss|DW}}
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| {{gameabbrev6|XY}}
 
| {{gameabbrev6|XY}}
 
| [[Route]]s {{rtn|13|Kalos}}, {{rtn|14|Kalos}}, {{rtn|16|Kalos}}, {{rtn|17|Kalos}}, and {{rtn|21|Kalos}}, [[Parfum Palace]], [[Ambrette Town]], [[Lysandre Labs]], [[Couriway Town]], {{kal|Victory Road}}<br>Any [[Kalos hotels|hotel]] (held by [[in-game trade]] {{p|Eevee}})
 
| [[Route]]s {{rtn|13|Kalos}}, {{rtn|14|Kalos}}, {{rtn|16|Kalos}}, {{rtn|17|Kalos}}, and {{rtn|21|Kalos}}, [[Parfum Palace]], [[Ambrette Town]], [[Lysandre Labs]], [[Couriway Town]], {{kal|Victory Road}}<br>Any [[Kalos hotels|hotel]] (held by [[in-game trade]] {{p|Eevee}})
| {{DL|Lumiose City|Sycamore Pokémon Lab}} (for a [[Poké Radar]] chain of 31 or more)<br>{{DL|Lumiose City|Loto-ID Center}} (4 digits)<br>[[Lumiose City]] {{DL|Lumiose City|Pokémon Center|South Boulevard Pokémon Center}} (500 [[Poké Mile|PM]]), [[Battle Maison]] (48 [[Battle Point|BP]])<br>{{rt|18|Kalos}} (from {{tc|Psychic}} [[Inver]])<br>{{a|Pickup}}
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| {{DL|Lumiose City|Sycamore Pokémon Lab}} (for a [[Poké Radar]] chain of 31 or more)<br>{{DL|Lumiose City|Loto-ID Center}} (4 digits)<br>[[Lumiose City]] {{DL|Lumiose City|Pokémon Center|South Boulevard Pokémon Center}} (500 [[Poké Mile|PM]]), [[Battle Maison]] (48 [[Battle Point|BP]])<br>{{rt|18|Kalos}} (from {{tc|Psychic}} [[Inver]])<br>{{a|Pickup}} (Level 21-40 : 4%, level 41+ : 10%)
 
|-
 
|-
 
| {{gameabbrev6|ORAS}}
 
| {{gameabbrev6|ORAS}}
 
| [[Route]]s {{rtn|108|Hoenn}}, {{rtn|110|Hoenn}}, {{rtn|111|Hoenn}}, {{rtn|114|Hoenn}}, {{rtn|119|Hoenn}}, {{rtn|120|Hoenn}}, {{rtn|123|Hoenn}}, {{rtn|127|Hoenn}}, and {{rtn|132|Hoenn}}, [[Petalburg City]], [[Granite Cave]], {{safari|Hoenn}}, [[Mt. Pyre]], [[Shoal Cave]], [[Mirage Caves|Mirage Cave]] (southeast of {{rt|129|Hoenn}}), [[Mirage Islands|Mirage Island]] (south of {{rt|132|Hoenn}}), [[Mirage Mountains|Mirage Mountain]] (east of {{rt|125|Hoenn}})
 
| [[Route]]s {{rtn|108|Hoenn}}, {{rtn|110|Hoenn}}, {{rtn|111|Hoenn}}, {{rtn|114|Hoenn}}, {{rtn|119|Hoenn}}, {{rtn|120|Hoenn}}, {{rtn|123|Hoenn}}, {{rtn|127|Hoenn}}, and {{rtn|132|Hoenn}}, [[Petalburg City]], [[Granite Cave]], {{safari|Hoenn}}, [[Mt. Pyre]], [[Shoal Cave]], [[Mirage Caves|Mirage Cave]] (southeast of {{rt|129|Hoenn}}), [[Mirage Islands|Mirage Island]] (south of {{rt|132|Hoenn}}), [[Mirage Mountains|Mirage Mountain]] (east of {{rt|125|Hoenn}})
| [[Lilycove Department Store]] [[Pokémon Lottery Corner]] (4 digits)<br>[[Mauville City]] {{DL|Mauville City|PokéMileage Center}} (500 [[Poké Mile|PM]]), [[Battle Maison]] (48 [[Battle Point|BP]])<br>[[Mauville City]] ({{DL|Mauville City|Inverse Battle Stop}})<br>{{rt|117|Hoenn}} (1% chance after rematch with {{tc|Pokémon Breeder}} Lydia or Isaac)<br>{{a|Pickup}}<br>[[Secret Base]] ("Pick something up" with {{DL|Secret Base|Secret Pal}})
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| [[Lilycove Department Store]] [[Pokémon Lottery Corner]] (4 digits)<br>[[Mauville City]] {{DL|Mauville City|PokéMileage Center}} (500 [[Poké Mile|PM]]), [[Battle Maison]] (48 [[Battle Point|BP]])<br>[[Mauville City]] ({{DL|Mauville City|Inverse Battle Stop}})<br>{{rt|117|Hoenn}} (1% chance after rematch with {{tc|Pokémon Breeder}} Lydia or Isaac)<br>{{a|Pickup}} (Level 21-40 : 4%, level 41+ : 10%)<br>[[Secret Base]] ("Pick something up" with {{DL|Secret Base|Secret Pal}})
 
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| {{gameabbrevss|PMC}}
 
| {{gameabbrevss|PMC}}
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| {{gameabbrev7|SMUSUM}}
 
| {{gameabbrev7|SMUSUM}}
 
| {{rt|6|Alola}}, [[Heahea City]], [[Brooklet Hill]], [[Royal Avenue]], [[Lush Jungle]], [[Aether Paradise]], [[Mount Hokulani]], [[Aether House]], [[Po Town]], [[Poni Wilds]], [[Vast Poni Canyon]], [[Team Rocket's Castle]]{{sup/7|USUM}}<br>[[Pokémon Center Café]]
 
| {{rt|6|Alola}}, [[Heahea City]], [[Brooklet Hill]], [[Royal Avenue]], [[Lush Jungle]], [[Aether Paradise]], [[Mount Hokulani]], [[Aether House]], [[Po Town]], [[Poni Wilds]], [[Vast Poni Canyon]], [[Team Rocket's Castle]]{{sup/7|USUM}}<br>[[Pokémon Center Café]]
| [[Hau'oli City#Alola Tourist Bureau|Loto-ID Center]] (4 digits)<br>[[Big Wave Beach]]{{sup/7|USUM}}, [[Ula'ula Beach]]{{sup/7|USUM}}, [[Heahea Beach]]{{sup/7|USUM}}, [[Battle Royal Dome]] (48 [[Battle Point|BP]])<br>[[Battle Tree]] (win streak of 20)<br>[[Battle Agency]]{{sup/7|USUM}}<br>[[Festival Plaza]] ([[Festival Plaza#Lottery shops|Lottery shop]]: Big Dreams second prize)<br>{{a|Pickup}}<br>[[Melemele Sea]] ([[recurring item|regenerates]])
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| [[Hau'oli City#Alola Tourist Bureau|Loto-ID Center]] (4 digits)<br>[[Big Wave Beach]]{{sup/7|USUM}}, [[Ula'ula Beach]]{{sup/7|USUM}}, [[Heahea Beach]]{{sup/7|USUM}}, [[Battle Royal Dome]] (48 [[Battle Point|BP]])<br>[[Battle Tree]] (win streak of 20)<br>[[Battle Agency]]{{sup/7|USUM}}<br>[[Festival Plaza]] ([[Festival Plaza#Lottery shops|Lottery shop]]: Big Dreams second prize)<br>{{a|Pickup}} (Level 21-50 : 3%, level 51+ : 8%)<br>[[Melemele Sea]] ([[recurring item|regenerates]])
 
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|-
 
| {{gameabbrev7|PE}}
 
| {{gameabbrev7|PE}}
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|-
 
| {{gameabbrev8|SwSh}}
 
| {{gameabbrev8|SwSh}}
| [[Route]]s {{rtn|2|Galar}}, {{rtn|4|Galar}}, and {{rtn|6|Galar}}, [[Wedgehurst]]
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| [[Route]]s {{rtn|2|Galar}}, {{rtn|4|Galar}}, and {{rtn|6|Galar}}, [[Wedgehurst]], [[Hammerlocke]], [[Wyndon]]<br>{{gdis|Battle Tower|VIII}} (reach a rank for the first time)
| [[Battle Café]]<br>{{a|Pickup}}
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| [[Hammerlocke]] (20 BP)<br>[[Battle Café]]<br>[[Max Raid Battle]]s<br>[[Loto-ID]] (4 digits)<br>{{a|Pickup}} (Level 11-50 : Very rare, level 51+ : Rare)<br>[[Poké Ball Plus]]
 
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|}
 
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===Pokémon GO===
 
===Pokémon GO===
 
[[File:GO Rare Candy.png|thumb|150px|Rare Candy in Pokémon GO]]
 
[[File:GO Rare Candy.png|thumb|150px|Rare Candy in Pokémon GO]]
In Pokémon GO, Rare Candy can turn into [[Candy]] for any Pokémon. The player can use Rare Candy on a Pokémon from their collection, then choose a number of Rare Candies to be turned into Candy for that Pokémon's [[evolution|evolutionary]] family.
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In {{g|GO}}, the Rare Candy was introduced on June 22, 2017. The player can use Rare Candy on any Pokémon from their collection and choose a number of Rare Candies to be turned into Candy for that Pokémon's [[evolution|evolutionary]] family.
 
Rare Candy was introduced to [[Pokémon GO]] on June 22, 2017.
 
   
 
====Description====
 
====Description====
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====Acquisition====
 
====Acquisition====
Rare Candies can be obtained via the following:
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Rare Candies can be repeatedly obtained via the following:
* Win a [[Raid Battle]] (awarded randomly)
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* Win a [[Raid Battle]]
* Participate in a {{OBP|Trainer Battle|GO}} (awarded randomly)
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* Participate in a {{OBP|Trainer Battle|GO}}
* Completing certain [[Field Research]] or [[Special Research]] tasks
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* Complete certain [[Field Research]] or [[Special Research]] tasks
* Weekly [[Adventure Sync]] rewards (awarded randomly)
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* Weekly [[Adventure Sync]] rewards
** Possible 3 Rare Candies for walking 25 km
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** Possible ×3 for walking 25 km
** Possible 5 Rare Candies for walking 50 km
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** Possible ×5 for walking 50 km
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* Defeat [[Giovanni]] (×5)
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* Open a [[Gift]]
   
 
==In the anime==
 
==In the anime==
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[[Category:Medicine]]
 
[[Category:Medicine]]
 
[[Category:Reviving items]]
 
[[Category:Reviving items]]
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[[Category:Candy]]
 
[[Category:Items in Pokémon GO]]
 
[[Category:Items in Pokémon GO]]
   

Latest revision as of 13:45, 26 January 2020

Rare Candy
ふしぎなアメ
Mystery Candy
Rare Candy
Rare Candy
Pokémon Global Link artwork
Introduced in Generation I
Pocket
Generation I Bag Items pocket icon.png Items
Generation II Bag Items pocket icon.png Items
Generation III Bag Items pocket icon.png Items
Generation IV Bag Items pocket icon.png 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 (Candy JarPE)
Generation VIII Bag Other Items pocket icon.png Other Items
Fling
Power 30

Rare Candy (Japanese: ふしぎなアメ Mystery Candy) is a type of medicine and Candy introduced in Generation I.

In the games

Price

Games Cost Sell price
RGBY/RBY
GSC
RSEFRLG
DPPtHGSS
BWB2W2
XYORAS
N/A PokémonDollar.png2400
SMUSUM
SwSh
N/A PokémonDollar.png5,000

In the Generation V games, the Rare Candy can be sold to the gourmet maniac on Route 5 for PokémonDollar.png10000.

Effect

When used from the Bag on a Pokémon, it increases that Pokémon's level by one, up to level 100. After leveling up, it will have the minimum required experience for its current level. If used on a fainted Pokémon, it will be revived. When Rare Candy is used to revive and level up a Pokémon, it will have either 2 HP remaining or its remaining HP will equal to the amount its maximum HP increased, except Shedinja which will always be revived with its maximum 1 HP.

The Rare Candy is consumed upon use and cannot be used in battle.

In Generations I and II, Pokémon above level 100 could level up using Rare Candies until level 255, after which another Rare Candy would revert it to level 0 (Rare Candies cannot be used on level 0 Pokémon).

Generation III onward

The Rare Candy also increases the Pokémon's friendship a little.

Generation VIII

If a Rare Candy is used on a Lv. 100 Pokémon that evolves by leveling up and currently meets its evolution requirements, it will evolve (without gaining a level). (This applies to all Pokémon that evolve by leveling up, not just Pokémon that evolve at or above a certain level.)

Description

Games Description
Stad Raises the level of the selected Pokémon by one.
GSC Raises level of a Pokémon by one.
RSE Raises the level of a Pokémon by one.
FRLG A candy that is packed with energy. It raises the level of a Pokémon by one.
Colo.XD Raises the level of a Pokémon by one.
DPPtHGSS
BWB2W2
A candy that is packed with energy. It raises the level of a single Pokémon by one.
XYORAS
SMUSUMPE
SwSh
A candy that is packed with energy. When consumed, it will instantly raise the level of a single Pokémon by one.

Acquisition

Games Finite methods Repeatable methods
RBY
RGBY
Route 17, Mt. Moon, Cerulean City, S.S. Anne, Power Plant, Rocket Hideout, Silph Co., Pokémon Tower, Fuchsia City, Pokémon Mansion, Victory Road, Cerulean Cave
GSC Routes 27, 28, and 34, Violet City, Tin Tower, Glitter Lighthouse, Whirl Islands, Mt. Mortar, Lake of Rage, Vermilion City, Cinnabar Island Goldenrod Radio Tower (3 Blue Card points)C, Pokémon Pikachu 2 GS (999 watts)
RSE Routes 108, 110, 111, 114, 119, 120, 123, 127E, and 132, Petalburg City, Granite Cave, Trick House (First Puzzle), Safari ZoneE, Mt. Pyre, Shoal Cave, Magma HideoutE
Quiz LadyE
Pickup (Any level : 10%)RS (Level 21-40 : 4%, level 41+ : 10%)E
FRLG Routes 6, 9, 12, and 17, Mt. Moon, Cerulean City, Rocket Hideout, Silph Co., Pokémon Tower, Fuchsia City, Pokémon Mansion, Victory Road, Cape Brink, Lost Cave Resort Gorgeous (reward from Selphy)
Pickup (Any level : 5%)
Colo. The Under, Snagem Hideout Pickup (Any level : 10%)
XD Kaminko's House, Cipher Key Lair, Citadark Isle (×3), Realgam Tower (Battle CD 22, 40, and 41 completion prizes) Pickup (Level 21-40 : 4%, level 41+ : 10%)
DPPt Routes 207, 210, 212, 214, 217Pt, 218, 223Pt, 224, 225, 226Pt, 228, and 230, Old ChateauPt, Wayward Cave, Floaroma MeadowPt, Mt. Coronet, Solaceon Ruins, Veilstone CityPt, Team Galactic HQ, Valor LakefrontDP, Great Marsh, Snowpoint CityPt, Victory Road, Survival AreaPt, Stark Mountain Battle ParkDP/Battle FrontierPt (48 BP)
Pokémon Mansion (held by Rich Boy Liam and Lady Celeste's Blissey)Pt
Pickup (Level 21-40 : 4%, level 41+ : 10%)
HGSS Routes 27, 28, and 34, Violet City, Ruins of Alph, Pokéathlon Dome, Ecruteak City, Bell Tower, Olivine City, Glitter Lighthouse, Whirl Islands, Mt. Mortar, Lake of Rage, Victory Road, Indigo Plateau, Frontier Access, Vermilion City, Seafoam Islands, Cinnabar Island, Cerulean Cave, Mt. Silver Goldenrod Radio Tower (25 Blue Card points), Battle Frontier (48 BP), Pokéathlon Dome (2000 Pts.)MoSa
Pickup (Level 21-40 : 4%, level 41+ : 10%)
PW Sinnoh Field, Sightseeing
BW Routes 2, 3, 13, and 16, Pinwheel Forest, Passerby Analytics HQ, Desert Resort, Anville Town, Lostlorn Forest, Mistralton Cave, Chargestone Cave, Twist Mountain, Icirrus City, Victory Road, N's Castle, Challenger's Cave, Village Bridge, Abundant Shrine Battle Subway (48 BP), Anville Town (lost-and-found)
Royal UnovaSu, Big Stadium and Small Court (defeat Nursery Aide Leah)
Pickup (Level 21-40 : 4%, level 41+ : 10%)
B2W2 Routes 3, 8, 12, 18, 20Autumn, 22, and 23, Virbank City, Castelia City, Passerby Analytics HQ, Anville Town, Lostlorn Forest, Relic Passage, Abundant Shrine, Strange House, Village Bridge, Seaside Cave, Victory Road, Moor of IcirrusSpringSummerAutumn, Dreamyard, Pinwheel Forest, Twist Mountain
Join Avenue (Avenue rank reward)
Join Avenue (Raffle Shop)
Nimbasa City (held by certain Pokémon traded from Curtis/Yancy)
Battle Subway/PWT (24 BP), Anville Town (lost-and-found)
Black Tower/White Treehollow (Area 6-10 reward)
Big Stadium and Small Court (defeat Nursery Aide Leah, Pokémon Breeder Owen, or Pokémon Breeder Brooke)
Hidden Grottoes, Pickup (Level 21-40 : 4%, level 41+ : 10%)
Pokémon Dream Radar (regular areas after catching Landorus, Simulator α, Simulator β, Simulator γ)
DW Spooky Manor, Rugged Mountain, Icy Cave, Dream Park, Pokémon Café Forest
XY Routes 13, 14, 16, 17, and 21, Parfum Palace, Ambrette Town, Lysandre Labs, Couriway Town, Victory Road
Any hotel (held by in-game trade Eevee)
Sycamore Pokémon Lab (for a Poké Radar chain of 31 or more)
Loto-ID Center (4 digits)
Lumiose City South Boulevard Pokémon Center (500 PM), Battle Maison (48 BP)
Route 18 (from Psychic Inver)
Pickup (Level 21-40 : 4%, level 41+ : 10%)
ORAS Routes 108, 110, 111, 114, 119, 120, 123, 127, and 132, Petalburg City, Granite Cave, Safari Zone, Mt. Pyre, Shoal Cave, Mirage Cave (southeast of Route 129), Mirage Island (south of Route 132), Mirage Mountain (east of Route 125) Lilycove Department Store Pokémon Lottery Corner (4 digits)
Mauville City PokéMileage Center (500 PM), Battle Maison (48 BP)
Mauville City (Inverse Battle Stop)
Route 117 (1% chance after rematch with Pokémon Breeder Lydia or Isaac)
Pickup (Level 21-40 : 4%, level 41+ : 10%)
Secret Base ("Pick something up" with Secret Pal)
PMC PokéMileage Shop (250 PM - 20 Medals or more), Graffiti Eraser (all levels)
SMUSUM Route 6, Heahea City, Brooklet Hill, Royal Avenue, Lush Jungle, Aether Paradise, Mount Hokulani, Aether House, Po Town, Poni Wilds, Vast Poni Canyon, Team Rocket's CastleUSUM
Pokémon Center Café
Loto-ID Center (4 digits)
Big Wave BeachUSUM, Ula'ula BeachUSUM, Heahea BeachUSUM, Battle Royal Dome (48 BP)
Battle Tree (win streak of 20)
Battle AgencyUSUM
Festival Plaza (Lottery shop: Big Dreams second prize)
Pickup (Level 21-50 : 3%, level 51+ : 8%)
Melemele Sea (regenerates)
PE Route 17, Cerulean City, Celadon City, Mt. Moon, Pokémon Tower, Team Rocket Hideout, Silph Co., Power Plant, Seafoam Islands, Pokémon Mansion, Cerulean Cave Route 6
Catching Pokémon, Poké Ball Plus
SwSh Routes 2, 4, and 6, Wedgehurst, Hammerlocke, Wyndon
Battle Tower (reach a rank for the first time)
Hammerlocke (20 BP)
Battle Café
Max Raid Battles
Loto-ID (4 digits)
Pickup (Level 11-50 : Very rare, level 51+ : Rare)
Poké Ball Plus

Artwork

In spin-off games

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series

In the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series, Joy Seeds are the equivalent of Rare Candy.

Pokémon GO

Rare Candy in Pokémon GO

In Pokémon GO, the Rare Candy was introduced on June 22, 2017. The player can use Rare Candy on any Pokémon from their collection and choose a number of Rare Candies to be turned into Candy for that Pokémon's evolutionary family.

Description

Games Description
GO A mysterious candy. When used on a Pokémon, it turns into the Pokémon's Candy.

Acquisition

Rare Candies can be repeatedly obtained via the following:

In the anime

Rare Candy in the anime

Rare Candy appeared in Caterpie's Big Dilemma. However, unlike in the games, where Rare Candy levels up a Pokémon, in the episode it actually makes the Pokémon larger (and in some cases uncontrollable) due to the fact that this was a specially modified and experimental version of it. Brock said that the original would merely "enhance a Pokémon's abilities". Also, due to a dubbing error, the Rare Candy was referred by a direct translation of its Japanese name, Mystery Candy.

In the manga

In the Pokémon Adventures manga

In Innocent Scientist, Blake revealed that he had given his Dewott a Rare Candy and Resist Wing before heading to battle Genesect, boosting its defenses just enough for it to be able to survive an Electric-type Techno Blast.

In the TCG

Rare Candy
Main article: Rare Candy (EX Sandstorm 88)

The Rare Candy was introduced as a Trainer card in the Pokémon Trading Card Game during the English EX Series (the Japanese ADV Era) in the EX Sandstorm. Rare Candy was later reclassified in Japanese as an Item card during the LEGEND Era, and was reclassified in English in the Black & White Series (due to the classification not existing until then). It has been reprinted in the English HeartGold & SoulSilver Series (the Japanese LEGEND Era), the English Black & White Series (the Japanese BW Era), the English XY Series (the Japanese XY Era), and the English Sun & Moon Series (the Japanese Sun & Moon Era).

Prior to Undaunted, this card allowed the player to evolve a Basic Pokémon directly into a Stage 1 or Stage 2 Pokémon from their hand. From Undaunted onward, this card has the same effect as Pokémon Breeder from the Base Set, allowing the player to evolve a Basic Pokémon into a Stage 2 Pokémon from their hand.

Trivia

  • The item duplication glitch is sometimes called the Rare Candy glitch due to the desirability of Rare Candies.
  • According to an interview with Junichi Masuda, humans can consume Rare Candies, but they may not like them as this is the equivalent of eating dog food in the real world.[1]

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 神奇糖果 Sàhnkèih Tòhnggwó
Mandarin 神奇糖果 Shénqí Tángguǒ
Denmark Flag.png Danish Sjælden slik*
France Flag.png French Super Bonbon
Germany Flag.png German Sonderbonbon
Italy Flag.png Italian Caramella rara
South Korea Flag.png Korean 이상한사탕 Isanghan Satang
Portugal Flag.png Portuguese Doce Raro
Russia Flag.png Russian Редкая Конфета Redkaya Konfeta
Spain Flag.png Spanish Caramelo Raro*
Carameloraro*
Sweden Flag.png Swedish Sällsynt godis*
Thailand Flag.png Thai ลูกอมประหลาด Mysterious Candy
Vietnam Flag.png Vietnamese Kẹo Thần Kì

References


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