In the core series games
Pokémon Crystal, Revive costs 1200 during the Goldenrod Department Store rooftop sale.
When used from the Bag on a
fainted Pokémon, it revives the Pokémon and restores half of the Pokémon's maximum HP.
Stad Revives a fainted Pokémon and restores half its maximum HP.
G S C Restores a fainted Pokémon to ½ HP.
R S E Revives a fainted Pokémon with half its HP.
FR LG A medicine that revives a fainted Pokémon, restoring HP by half the maximum amount.
XD Revives a fainted Pokémon with half its HP.
D P Pt HG SS
B W B2 W2 A medicine that revives a fainted Pokémon. It restores half the Pokémon's maximum HP.
X Y OR AS
S M A medicine that can revive fainted Pokémon. It also restores half of a fainted Pokémon's maximum HP.
R B Y
R G B Y
Safari Zone, Viridian Gym
Lavender, Saffron, Fuchsia, Cinnabar, and Indigo Plateau Poké Marts, Celadon Department Store
G S C
Routes 2, 11, and 45, Dark Cave, Ilex Forest, Goldenrod City , C Goldenrod Tunnel, Cianwood City, Mt. Mortar , C Team Rocket's Hideout, Dragon's Den, Rock Tunnel
Ecruteak, Blackthorn, Indigo Plateau, Vermilion, and Viridian Poké Marts, Goldenrod Department Store, Cianwood City Pharmacy, Mahogany Town shop (after defeating Team Rocket), Celadon Department Store Mystery Gift, Pokémon Pikachu 2 GS (900 watts)
R S E
Routes 109, 110, 114, 117, 120, 121 , and E 123
Trainer Hill , E Lavaridge, Fortree, Mossdeep, Sootopolis, Ever Grande, and Battle Frontier E Poké Marts, Lilycove Department Store Trainer Hill (defeat any mode between 14 and 16 minutes) E Pickup
Mt. Moon, Rock Tunnel, Silph Co., Safari Zone, Seafoam Islands, Two Island
Lavender, Saffron, Fuchsia, Cinnabar, Indigo Plateau, Three Island, Four Island, Six Island, Seven Island, and Trainer Tower Poké Marts, Celadon Department Store
Pyrite Bldg, Shadow PKMN Lab
Pyrite, Agate, and The Under Poké Marts Pickup
Cipher Lab, ONBS, Snagem Hideout, Cipher Key Lair, Citadark Isle Battle CDs (completion prize: 15 and 32)
Gateon, Pyrite, and Phenac Poké Marts, Realgam Tower shop, Outskirt Stand Pickup
D P Pt
Routes 207, 209, 212, 215 , Pt 216 , and Pt 225, Floaroma Meadow, Team Galactic Eterna Building , Pt Wayward Cave, Mt. Coronet, Lost Tower, Veilstone City , D P Iron Island, Stark Mountain
D P All Poké Marts (after obtaining 3 Badges), Veilstone Department Store Pickup, The Underground
Routes 11, 19, 25, 27, 45 and 47, Dark Cave, Union Cave, Ilex Forest, Goldenrod Tunnel, Burned Tower, Whirl Islands, Cianwood City, Mt. Mortar, Team Rocket HQ, Ice Path, Dragon's Den, Mt. Moon, Rock Tunnel, Seafoam Islands, Cerulean Cave, Mt. Silver
All Poké Marts (after obtaining 3 Badges), Goldenrod Department Store, Cianwood City Pharmacy, Just a Souvenir Shop (after defeating Team Rocket), Celadon Department Store Rock Smash (except Ruins of Alph and Cliff Cave) Pickup
Refreshing Field, Noisy Forest, Warm Beach, Volcano Path, Sinnoh Field
Routes 5 and 12, Dreamyard, Wellspring Cave, Nacrene City, Relic Castle, Castelia City, Mistralton Cave, Chargestone Cave, Celestial Tower, Twist Mountain, Moor of Icirrus, Dragonspiral Tower, Victory Road, Giant Chasm Passerby Analytics HQ (complete "Favorite kind of Pokémon?" survey)
All Poké Marts (after obtaining 3 Badges), Shopping Mall Nine Anville Town (trade two Escape Ropes) Sa Su Pickup
Castelia City, Nimbasa City, Chargestone Cave, Celestial Tower, Reversal Mountain, Plasma Frigate, Humilau City Passerby Analytics HQ (complete "Favorite kind of Pokémon?" survey)
All Poké Marts (after obtaining 3 Badges), Shopping Mall Nine Castelia Sewers (daily) Join Avenue ( souvenir, Market) Anville Town (trade two Escape Ropes) Sa Su Pickup Pokémon Dream Radar (from start of game)
Sparkling Sea, Icy Cave
Routes 3, 10, 14, and 15, Lumiose City, Parfum Palace, Reflection Cave, Lysandre Labs, Couriway Town, Snowbelle City, Victory Road, Kiloude City
All Poké Marts (after obtaining 2 Badges) Rock Smash Pickup
Routes 104, 109, 110, 111, 114, 117, 120, and 123, Safari Zone, Mossdeep City, Ever Grande City
All Poké Marts (after obtaining 2 Badges) Route 113 (20% chance after rematch with Ninja Boy Lao) Rock Smash (except Mirage spots) Held by wild Zigzagoon (5% chance) Pickup, Secret Base ("Pick something up" with Secret Pal)
Routes 2, 4, and 5, Hau'oli City, Berry fields, Verdant Cavern, Paniola Town, Brooklet Hill, Vast Poni Canyon
All Poké Marts (after completing 2 trials) Festival Plaza ( Goody shops ) S Pickup, Poké Pelago (Isle Aphun - Odd-Shard Hunting)
This is the appearance of the Revive in the
The Revive appears as a Wonder Launcher item. It costs 11 points to use.
In spin-off games
Revive can be used to heal a Pokémon that has been knocked out during a
Gym battle, restoring half of the Pokémon's maximum HP. It can only be used outside of battle, including through the Gym interface immediately before a challenge.
Revive can be obtained starting at
level 5 (the same level when Gyms can be challenged) by searching PokéStops or Gyms. It is also available as a reward for leveling up, from level 5 through level 29.
In the manga In the TCG
Main article: Revive (Base Set 89)
Revive was introduced as an
Trainer card in the Pokémon Trading Card Game during the English Original Series (the Japanese Original Era) in the Base Set expansion with artwork by Keiji Kinebuchi. It was reprinted in the Japanese Nivi City Gym Theme Deck. It was later released as an Item card in the Black & White expansion with new artwork by 5ban Graphics, first released in the Japanese White Collection expansion. This print was later reprinted in the Japanese Battle Theme Deck: Victini, and the Master Deck Build Box EX, released on September 14, 2012. During the XY Series, it was reprinted with new artwork by Toyste Beach in the Roaring Skies expansion, first released in the Japanese Emerald Break expansion. It was reprinted as a retro card in the Evolutions expansion, first released in the Japanese Expansion Pack 20th Anniversary subset, featuring the same artwork as the original print and an updated card template reminiscent of the Original Series layout.
In the Base Set and Nivi City Gym prints, this
Trainer card allows the player to put one Basic Pokémon card from the their discard pile onto their Bench. The player must put damage counters on that Pokémon equal to half its HP. In the Black & White and X & Y series prints, this Trainer card allows the player to put a Basic Pokémon from their discard pile onto their Bench.
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