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A Bluk Berry (Japanese: ブリーのみ Burī Fruit) is a type of Berry introduced in Generation III.
Growth and harvest
A Bluk Berry will mature from a planted seed to a full-grown, fruit-bearing tree in 4 hours, with 1 hour per stage. A Bluk tree will yield 3-6 Berries.
A Bluk Berry will mature from a planted seed to a full-grown, fruit-bearing tree in 8 hours, with 2 hours per stage. A Bluk tree will yield 2-10 Berries.
At 100% performance, this Berry will contribute 140 units of powder.
At 100% performance, a Bluk Berry can produce a level 13 (maybe higher) Sweet Poffin when cooking alone.
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In the anime
Bluk Berries in the anime
The Bluk Berry played an important role in Now That's Flower Power!. A Contest expert known as Mr. Big used Bluk Berries in his fireworks displays. However, May's Torchic managed to eat all of his freshly picked Berries, prompting May to search for more. It was also stated in this episode that eating Bluk Berries causes the hair of people and Pokémon to become shinier. Team Rocket overheard this and went in search of some for themselves.
Several Bluk Berries were seen amongst the many other Berries sold at the Lilycove Berry Market in Pokéblock, Stock, and Berry.
Several Bluk Berries appeared in Berry, Berry Interesting as some of the ingredients May used for her Pokéblocks.
Several Bluk Berries were seen in Abigail's Berry basket in Cooking Up a Sweet Story!.
Bluk Berries were one of the many kinds of Berries seen during Hungry for the Good Life!.
Bluk Berries were seen amongst the Berries Ash gave to his Pokémon as a gift in Under the Pledging Tree!.
Bluk Berries were seen amongst the many different kinds of Berries used as a part of the Anistar City Pokémon Showcase in A Performance Pop Quiz!.
Multiple Bluk Berries, along with many other kinds of Berries, appeared at the Nebel Plateau in Volcanion and the Mechanical Marvel.
Multiple Bluk Berries, along with numerous other Berries, appeared in First Catch in Alola, Ketchum-Style!.
Multiple Bluk Berries appeared in The Sun, the Scare, the Secret Lair! as a part of the pile of Berries in Bewear's den.
Bluk Berries were one of the many different kinds of Berries seen in A Team-on-Team Tussle!.
Multiple Bluk Berries, along with many other kinds of Berries, appeared in Lulled to La-La Land!.
Multiple Bluk Berries appeared in Treasure Hunt, Akala Style!, when Lana was on her first search for treasure on Akala Island.
Multiple Bluk Berries, among many other Berries, appeared in Currying Favor and Flavor!, where Ash and Pikachu found them inside a hollowed-out stump in Lush Jungle while looking for a Miracle Seed to be used as a dish ingredient.
In the manga
A Bluk Berry in Pokémon Adventures
In the Pokémon Adventures manga
Multiple Bluk Berries appeared in Adding It Up with Plusle & Minun I, being one of the many kinds of Berries growing on the Abandoned Ship.
In Problematic Probopass and Mad Magnezone II, a Bluk Berry was seen amongst the many Berries that Cyrus's Probopass's Mini-Noses dug out of Lax's fur while trying to retrieve Cyrus's camera which Lax had hidden inside its fur.
In Lucky Lucario II, a Bluk Berry was seen amongst the Berries that Diamond used while making food for himself, his Pokémon, and Riley while training at Iron Island.
In Getting Past Gastrodon, Jupiter used a Bluk Berry to turn her Tangrowth's Natural Gift into a Fire-type move while battling against Candice's Abomasnow.
A Bluk Berry appeared in Fussing and Fighting as a part of Professor Juniper's dinner.
- The bag description for a Bluk Berry in Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire state that the Berry is sour. The original Japanese description describes it as 渋い, which was previously translated as dry in the Generation III and IV games.
||ブリーのみ Burī no Mi
||From ブラックベリー blackberry
||From mûre, blackberry
||From Brombeere, blackberry
||From mora, blackberry
||From mora, blackberry
||블리열매 Bly Yeolmae
||From 블랙베리 blackberry
||墨莓果 Mòméi Guǒ*
||From 黑莓 hēiméi (blackberry) and 墨 mò (ink)
||From 藍莓 lánméi, blueberry
|布利果 Bùlì Guǒ*
||Transliteration of Japanese name
||墨莓果 Mahkmùih Gwó
||From 黑莓 hākmùih (blackberry) and 墨 mahk (ink)
||From its English name