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An event item is a special type of item exclusively available via event distribution. Event items are usually used to obtain Mythical Pokémon; however, many items are exclusive to events despite being easily obtainable in other generations.

They are often available via local event distributions, but with the advent of Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection in Generation IV they are also often available this way as well. From Generation III onward, they are usually available via Mystery Gift. The Eon Ticket is available through other methods in both generations it appears in, being available via e-Reader card and mixing records in Generation III and via StreetPass in Generation VI (although it is also available via Mystery Gift as well in both generations). The Star Sweet and Ribbon Sweet are only available outside of events through the Pokémon Sword or Shield Expansion Pass.

List of event items

Name Debut
Gen.
Games where the item is event-exclusive Distribution Effect
Bluesky Mail Bluesky Mail II C (Japanese cartridge) Received through the Mobile System GB in the original Japanese release of Pokémon Crystal. Never distributed in any other version. Mail depicting a Dragonite and Sentret. Causes the secondary effect of Thief to fail when used on the holder.
Mirage Mail Mirage Mail II C (Japanese cartridge) Received through the Mobile System GB in the original Japanese release of Pokémon Crystal. Never distributed in any other version. Mail depicting a Mew. Causes the secondary effect of Thief to fail when used on the holder.
Egg Ticket Egg Ticket II C (Japanese cartridge) Received through the Mobile System GB in the original Japanese release of Pokémon Crystal.
The Odd Egg is available without a Ticket in all international versions, but was not redistributed to the Japanese Virtual Console release, making the Egg unobtainable.
Allows the player to receive an Odd Egg from the Pokémon Communication Center.
GS Ball GS Ball II C (Japanese cartridge) Received through the Mobile System GB in the original Japanese release of Pokémon Crystal.
Obtainable in all versions of the Virtual Console release of Crystal at the Goldenrod Pokémon Center after becoming Champion.
Allows the player to battle a Celebi at the shrine in Ilex Forest.
Fast Ball Fast Ball II BDSP In Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl, it was only obtainable by entering a serial code. If the wild Pokémon has a base Speed stat of 100 or more, the Fast Ball has a 4× catch rate modifier; otherwise, it has a 1× modifier.
Level Ball Level Ball II BDSP In Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl, it was only obtainable by entering a serial code. The catch rate modifier varies based on the range in level between the player's Pokémon and the target wild Pokémon; the higher the range, the better the modifier.
Lure Ball Lure Ball II BDSP In Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl, it was only obtainable by entering a serial code. If the encounter is a fishing encounter, it has a 4× catch rate modifier; otherwise, it has a 1× modifier.
Heavy Ball Heavy Ball II BDSP In Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl, it was only obtainable by entering a serial code. The catch rate modifier varies based on the target wild Pokémon's weight; the heavier the Pokémon, the better the modifier.
Love Ball Love Ball II BDSP In Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl, it was only obtainable by entering a serial code. If the wild Pokémon is the same species and of the opposite gender to the player's active Pokémon, it has an 8× catch rate modifier; otherwise, it has a 1× modifier.
Friend Ball Friend Ball II BDSP In Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl, it was only obtainable by entering a serial code. Pokémon caught in this Ball have their friendship set to 200.
Moon Ball Moon Ball II BDSP In Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl, it was only obtainable by entering a serial code. If the wild Pokémon is part of an evolutionary family that includes a Pokémon who evolves by using a Moon Stone, it has a 4× catch rate modifier; otherwise, it has a 1× modifier.
Pumkin Berry Pumkin Berry III RS In Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire, it can only be acquired by scanning in the corresponding e-Reader card and collecting it from Norman in Petalburg Gym.
Turns into an Enigma Berry if transferred to Generation IV via Pal Park.
Cures a Pokémon of freeze.
Pokémon holding this Berry cannot be traded to other Generation III games.
Drash Berry Drash Berry III RS In Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire, it can only be acquired by scanning in the corresponding e-Reader card and collecting it from Norman in Petalburg Gym.
Turns into an Enigma Berry if transferred to Generation IV via Pal Park.
Cures a Pokémon of poison.
Pokémon holding this Berry cannot be traded to other Generation III games.
Eggant Berry Eggant Berry III RS In Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire, it can only be acquired by scanning in the corresponding e-Reader card and collecting it from Norman in Petalburg Gym.
Turns into an Enigma Berry if transferred to Generation IV via Pal Park.
Cures a Pokémon of infatuation.
Pokémon holding this Berry cannot be traded to other Generation III games.
Strib Berry Strib Berry III RS In Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire, it can only be acquired by scanning in the corresponding e-Reader card and collecting it from Norman in Petalburg Gym.
Turns into an Enigma Berry if transferred to Generation IV via Pal Park.
Pokéblock ingredient.
Pokémon holding this Berry cannot be traded to other Generation III games.
Chilan Berry Chilan Berry III RS In Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire, it can only be acquired by scanning in the corresponding e-Reader card and collecting it from Norman in Petalburg Gym.
Turns into an Enigma Berry if transferred to Generation IV via Pal Park.
Pokéblock ingredient.
Pokémon holding this Berry cannot be traded to other Generation III games.
Unrelated to the Berry introduced in Generation IV of the same name.
Nutpea Berry Nutpea Berry III RS In Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire, it can only be acquired by scanning in the corresponding e-Reader card and collecting it from Norman in Petalburg Gym.
Turns into an Enigma Berry if transferred to Generation IV via Pal Park.
Pokéblock ingredient.
Pokémon holding this Berry cannot be traded to other Generation III games.
Ginema Berry Ginema Berry III RS (Japanese) In Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire, it can only be acquired by scanning in the corresponding e-Reader card and collecting it from Norman in Petalburg Gym.
Turns into an Enigma Berry if transferred to Generation IV via Pal Park.
Never distributed. (Non-Japanese games)
If held in-battle by a Pokémon that has had a stat lowered, raises that stat.
Pokémon holding this Berry cannot be traded to other Generation III games.
Kuo Berry Kuo Berry III RS (Japanese) In Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire, it can only be acquired by scanning in the corresponding e-Reader card and collecting it from Norman in Petalburg Gym.
Turns into an Enigma Berry if transferred to Generation IV via Pal Park.
Never distributed. (Non-Japanese games)
Pokéblock ingredient.
Pokémon holding this Berry cannot be traded to other Generation III games.
Yago Berry Yago Berry III RS (Japanese) In Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire, it can only be acquired by scanning in the corresponding e-Reader card and collecting it from Norman in Petalburg Gym.
Turns into an Enigma Berry if transferred to Generation IV via Pal Park.
Never distributed. (Non-Japanese games)
Cures a Pokémon of burn.
Pokémon holding this Berry cannot be traded to other Generation III games.
Touga Berry Touga Berry III RS (Japanese) In Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire, it can only be acquired by scanning in the corresponding e-Reader card and collecting it from Norman in Petalburg Gym.
Turns into an Enigma Berry if transferred to Generation IV via Pal Park.
Never distributed. (Non-Japanese games)
Cures a Pokémon of confusion.
Pokémon holding this Berry cannot be traded to other Generation III games.
Niniku Berry Niniku Berry III RS (Japanese) In Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire, it can only be acquired by scanning in the corresponding e-Reader card and collecting it from Norman in Petalburg Gym.
Turns into an Enigma Berry if transferred to Generation IV via Pal Park.
Never distributed. (Non-Japanese games)
Pokéblock ingredient.
Pokémon holding this Berry cannot be traded to other Generation III games.
Topo Berry Topo Berry III RS (Japanese) In Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire, it can only be acquired by scanning in the corresponding e-Reader card and collecting it from Norman in Petalburg Gym.
Turns into an Enigma Berry if transferred to Generation IV via Pal Park.
Never distributed. (Non-Japanese games)
Pokéblock ingredient.
Pokémon holding this Berry cannot be traded to other Generation III games.
Eon Ticket Eon Ticket III RSEORAS Allows the player to go to Southern Island, where they can find a LatiasROR/LatiosSAS/the eon duo member not roaming around HoennE.
AuroraTicket AuroraTicket III FRLGE Allows the player to go to Birth Island, where they can find a Deoxys.
MysticTicket MysticTicket III FRLGE Allows the player to go to Navel Rock, where they can find a Lugia and Ho-Oh.
Old Sea Map Old Sea Map III E Never distributed. (Non-Japanese games) Allows the player to go to Faraway Island, where they can find a Mew.
Enigma Berry Enigma Berry III SMUSUM Placeholder for e-Reader berries in Generation III, never distributed itself.
In Generation VII, it was only distributed via a Nintendo Network event.
In battle, restores ¼ of max HP in battle when hit by a super effective move.
Micle Berry Micle Berry IV SMUSUM In Generation VII, it was only distributed via a Nintendo Network event. In battle, raises the accuracy of the holder's next move by 20% when it reaches ¼ of its max HP.
Custap Berry Custap Berry IV SMUSUM In Generation VII, it was only distributed via a Nintendo Network event. In battle, allows the holder to move first in its priority bracket when it's below ¼ of its max HP in battle.
Jaboca Berry Jaboca Berry IV SMUSUM In Generation VII, it was only distributed via a Nintendo Network event. In battle, if a foe lands a physical move against the holder, the foe takes 12.5% of its max HP in damage.
Rowap Berry Rowap Berry IV SMUSUM In Generation VII, it was only distributed via a Nintendo Network event. In battle, if a foe lands a special move against the holder, the foe takes 12.5% of its max HP in damage.
Secret Key Secret Key IV Pt Allows the player to go enter Rotom's Room in the Team Galactic Eterna Building, allowing them to change the form of Rotom.
Member Card Member Card IV DPPtBDSP Never distributedDP. Allows the player to go to Newmoon Island via the Harbor Inn, where they can find a Darkrai.
Oak's Letter Oak's Letter IV DPPtBDSP Never distributedDP. Allows the player to go to Flower Paradise via Seabreak Path, where they can find a Shaymin.
Azure Flute Azure Flute IV DPPt Never distributed. Allows the player to go to the Hall of Origin, where they can find an Arceus.
Enigma Stone Enigma Stone IV HGSS Turns into a Soul Dew and allows the player to battle a LatiasSS or LatiosHG in front of the Pewter Museum of Science.
Lock Capsule Lock Capsule IV HGSSBW Never distributed. Intended to be sent to a Pokémon Black or White game, where it could be unlocked, revealing a TM95 (Snarl).
Liberty Pass Liberty Ticket V BW Allows the player to go to Liberty Garden, where they can find a Victini.
Discount Coupon Discount Coupon VI XYORAS In Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, no effect.
In Generation VI, it was only distributed via a Pokémon Global Link event XY. Has to be traded from Pokémon X and Y to obtain it in Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire.
In Pokémon X and Y, used at any boutique for a one-time 50% discount.
Mewtwonite X Mewtwonite X VI SM In Pokémon Sun and Moon, it was only obtainable by entering a common serial code. Allows the player to Mega Evolve Mewtwo into Mega Mewtwo X.
Mewtwonite Y Mewtwonite Y VI SM In Pokémon Sun and Moon, it was only obtainable by entering a common serial code. Allows the player to Mega Evolve Mewtwo into Mega Mewtwo Y.
Mawilite Mawilite VI SM In Pokémon Sun and Moon, it was only obtainable by either participating in the 2017 International Challenge February competition or by entering a common serial code. Allows the player to Mega Evolve Mawile into Mega Mawile.
Beedrillite Beedrillite VI SM In Pokémon Sun and Moon, it was only obtainable by either participating in the 2017 International Challenge February competition or by entering a common serial code. Allows the player to Mega Evolve Beedrill into Mega Beedrill.
Audinite Audinite VI SM In Pokémon Sun and Moon, it was only obtainable by entering a common serial code. Allows the player to Mega Evolve Audino into Mega Audino.
Medichamite Medichamite VI SM In Pokémon Sun and Moon, it was only obtainable by entering a common serial code. Allows the player to Mega Evolve Medicham into Mega Medicham.
Pidgeotite Pidgeotite VI SM In Pokémon Sun and Moon, it was only obtainable by either participating in the Kanto x Alola Regional Rumble competition or by entering a common serial code. Allows the player to Mega Evolve Pidgeot into Mega Pidgeot.
Steelixite Steelixite VI SM In Pokémon Sun and Moon, it was only obtainable by either participating in the Kanto x Alola Regional Rumble competition or by entering a common serial code. Allows the player to Mega Evolve Steelix into Mega Steelix.
Heracronite Heracronite VI SM In Pokémon Sun and Moon, it was only obtainable by entering a common serial code. Allows the player to Mega Evolve Heracross into Mega Heracross.
Houndoominite Houndoominite VI SM In Pokémon Sun and Moon, it was only obtainable by entering a common serial code. Allows the player to Mega Evolve Houndoom into Mega Houndoom.
Sceptilite Sceptilite VI SM In Pokémon Sun and Moon, it was only obtainable by either participating in the 2017 International Challenge April competition or by entering a common serial code. Allows the player to Mega Evolve Sceptile into Mega Sceptile.
Blazikenite Blazikenite VI SM In Pokémon Sun and Moon, it was only obtainable by either participating in the 2017 International Challenge April competition or by entering a common serial code. Allows the player to Mega Evolve Blaziken into Mega Blaziken.
Swampertite Swampertite VI SM In Pokémon Sun and Moon, it was only obtainable by either participating in the 2017 International Challenge April competition or by entering a common serial code. Allows the player to Mega Evolve Swampert into Mega Swampert.
Cameruptite Cameruptite VI SM In Pokémon Sun and Moon, it was only obtainable by entering a common serial code. Allows the player to Mega Evolve Camerupt into Mega Camerupt.
Banettite Banettite VI SM In Pokémon Sun and Moon, it was only obtainable by entering a common serial code. Allows the player to Mega Evolve Banette into Mega Banette.
Tyranitarite Tyranitarite VI SM In Pokémon Sun and Moon, it was only obtainable by either participating in the 2017 International Challenge May competition or by entering a common serial code. Allows the player to Mega Evolve Tyranitar into Mega Tyranitar.
Abomasite Abomasite VI SM In Pokémon Sun and Moon, it was only obtainable by either participating in the 2017 International Challenge May competition or by entering a common serial code. Allows the player to Mega Evolve Abomasnow into Mega Abomasnow.
Manectite Manectite VI SM In Pokémon Sun and Moon, it was only obtainable by either participating in the 2017 International Challenge May competition or by entering a common serial code. Allows the player to Mega Evolve Manectric into Mega Manectric.
Aggronite Aggronite VI SM In Pokémon Sun and Moon, it was only obtainable by entering a common serial code. Allows the player to Mega Evolve Aggron into Mega Aggron.
Gardevoirite Gardevoirite VI SM In Pokémon Sun and Moon, it was only obtainable by either participating in the tiny tourney competition or by entering a common serial code. Allows the player to Mega Evolve Gardevoir into Mega Gardevoir.
Galladite Galladite VI SM In Pokémon Sun and Moon, it was only obtainable by either participating in the tiny tourney competition or by entering a common serial code. Allows the player to Mega Evolve Gallade into Mega Gallade.
Lopunnite Lopunnite VI SM In Pokémon Sun and Moon, it was only obtainable by either participating in the tiny tourney competition or by entering a common serial code. Allows the player to Mega Evolve Lopunny into Mega Lopunny.
Diancite Diancite VI SM In Pokémon Sun and Moon, it was only obtainable by entering a common serial code. Allows the player to Mega Evolve Diancie into Mega Diancie.
Ampharosite Ampharosite VI SM In Pokémon Sun and Moon, it was only obtainable by either participating in the Weakness Cup competition or by entering a common serial code. Allows the player to Mega Evolve Ampharos into Mega Ampharos.
Altarianite Altarianite VI SM In Pokémon Sun and Moon, it was only obtainable by either participating in the Weakness Cup competition or by entering a common serial code. Allows the player to Mega Evolve Altaria into Mega Altaria.
Latiasite Latiasite VI SM In Pokémon Sun and Moon, it was only obtainable by either participating in the Weakness Cup competition or by entering a common serial code. Allows the player to Mega Evolve Latias into Mega Latias.
Latiosite Latiosite VI SM In Pokémon Sun and Moon, it was only obtainable by either participating in the Weakness Cup competition or by entering a common serial code. Allows the player to Mega Evolve Latios into Mega Latios.
Snorlium Z Snorlium Z VII SM In Pokémon Sun and Moon, it was distributed alongside an event Munchlax. Allows Snorlax to upgrade its Giga Impact into the into the special Z-Move Pulverizing Pancake.
Mewnium Z Mewnium Z VII SM Allows Mew to upgrade its Psychic into the into the special Z-Move Genesis Supernova.
Marshadium Z Marshadium Z VII SM In Pokémon Sun and Moon, it was distributed alongside an event Marshadow. Allows Marshadow to upgrade its Spectral Thief into the special Z-Move Soul-Stealing 7-Star Strike.
Pikashunium Z Pikashunium Z VII SM In Pokémon Sun and Moon, it was distributed alongside an event Pikachu in a cap. Allows Pikachu in a cap to upgrade its Thunderbolt into the special Z-Move 10,000,000 Volt Thunderbolt.
Dynamax Crystal Dynamax Crystal VIII SwSh Can make a Pokémon Den at the base of the Watchtower Ruins in the Wild Area active with a certain Dynamax or Gigantamax Pokémon until midnight.
See main page for variants.
Mythical Pecha Berry Mythical Pecha Berry IX SV Allows the player to start the Mochi Mayhem epilogue.

Items that require Event Pokémon to obtain

Name Debut
Gen.
Games where the item is event-exclusive Acquisition Effect
Berry Juice Berry Juice II RSEFRLG Only obtainable in Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen as an item wild Shuckle can hold. The only place where wild Shuckle can be encountered in Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen is in Altering Cave by downloading event data from a Wonder Spot hosted by Nintendo; however, this event was never distributed, leaving the Berry Juice unobtainable in all Generation III games. Restores 20 HP to the holder when at half HP.
Sacred Ash Sacred Ash II RSEFRLG In Pokémon FireRed, LeafGreen, and Emerald, it is found on Navel Rock, hidden where Ho-Oh once stood. In Emerald only, Ho-Oh is also guaranteed to hold one. When used outside of battle, fully restores the HP of all fainted Pokémon in the party.
Light Ball Light Ball II BWB2W2 Held by various event Pikachu, which was the only method of obtaining it in Generation V. Doubles Pikachu's Attack and Special Attack.
Soul Dew Soul Dew III RSEFRLGXYORAS In Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald as well as their remakes Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, it's held by the LatiasROR/LatiosSAS/the eon duo member not roaming around HoennE found on Southern Island, which is only accessible via the event-exclusive Eon Ticket. In Generations III to VI, raises the Special Attack and Special Defense of Latios and Latias. From Generation VII onwards, raises the power of their Psychic- and Dragon-type moves.
Brick Mail Brick Mail IV DPPtHGSS Held by an event HeracrossDP, which is the only method of obtaining it. Has to be traded from Pokémon Diamond and Pearl to obtain it in Pokémon Platinum, HeartGold, and SoulSilver. Outside of battle, allows the player to write down a message via the easy chat system. In-battle, makes the holder immune to the secondary effects of Thief and Covet, causes Trick and Switcheroo to fail, and causes Fling to fail when used by the holder.
Gracidea Gracidea IV PtHGSSBWB2W2XYORASBDSPSV In Generations IV and V, required a fateful encounter Shaymin to claim. In Generation VI, any Shaymin will do. Allows the player to change Shaymin from Land Forme to Sky Forme.
Griseous Orb Griseous Orb IV HGSS In Generation IV, players cannot trade Pokémon holding the Griseous Orb, therefore, the Giratina they can obtain from the Sinjoh Ruins with the help of an event Arceus is the only way to obtain it. Allows the player to change Giratina from Altered Forme to Origin Forme.
Shock Drive Shock Drive V BB2XYORASSwSh In Generations V, VI, and VIII, requires a Genesect to claim. Allows the player to change Genesect's appearance and change Techno Blast's type to Electric.
Burn Drive Burn Drive V BB2XYORASSwSh In Generations V, VI, and VIII, requires a Genesect to claim. Allows the player to change Genesect's appearance and change Techno Blast's type to Fire.
Chill Drive Chill Drive V WW2XYORASSwSh In Generations V, VI, and VIII, requires a Genesect to claim. Allows the player to change Genesect's appearance and change Techno Blast's type to Ice.
Douse Drive Douse Drive V WW2XYORASSwSh In Generations V, VI, and VIII, requires a Genesect to claim. Allows the player to change Genesect's appearance and change Techno Blast's type to Water.
Relic Gold Relic Gold V XYORAS Held by an event DelibirdORAS, which is the only method of obtaining it. Has to be traded from Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire to obtain it in Pokémon X and Y. Can be sold to Poké Marts for $30000 in Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire. In Pokémon X and Y, cannot be sold.
Blazikenite Blazikenite VI XY In Pokémon X and Y, it was held by an event Torchic, which was the only method of obtaining it in Generation VI until the release of Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire. Allows the player to Mega Evolve Blaziken into Mega Blaziken.
Diancite Diancite VI ORASUSUM In Pokémon Omega Ruby, Alpha Sapphire, Ultra Sun, and Ultra Moon, requires a Diancie to claim. Allows the player to Mega Evolve Diancie into Mega Diancie.
Prison Bottle Prison Bottle VI ORASSV In Pokémon Omega Ruby, Alpha Sapphire, Scarlet, and Violet, requires a Hoopa to claim. Allows the player to change Hoopa from Hoopa Confined to Hoopa Unbound.
Mewnium Z Mewnium Z VII USUM In Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, requires a Mew to claim. Allows Mew to upgrade its Psychic into the into the special Z-Move Genesis Supernova.
Marshadium Z Marshadium Z VII USUM In Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, requires a Marshadow to claim. Allows Marshadow to upgrade its Spectral Thief into the special Z-Move Soul-Stealing 7-Star Strike.


Types of items
General Evolution stonesFossilsFlutesShardsHeld items
Evolution itemsEscape itemsExchangeable itemsValuable items
Battle itemsScentsNectarsCandyIngredients
Medicine Status condition healing itemsVitaminsFeathers
MintsMochiDrinksHerbal medicine
Berry and Apricorn Poké BallsApricornsBerriesMulch
Aesthetic DecorationsAccessories (NormalGreatUltraMaster)
BackdropsPropsDécor
Clothing (XYSMUSUMLGPESwShBDSPLASV)
Other MailKey ItemsEvent items
Wonder Launcher itemsRotom Powers


Event exclusives
Pokémon
Pikachu in a capSpiky-eared PichuVictiniGenesect
Ash-GreninjaVivillon (Poké Ball Pattern)DiancieHoopa
VolcanionMagearnaMarshadowZeraoraMelmetalZarude
Walking WakeIron LeavesPecharunt
Moves
Happy HourCelebrateHold HandsHold Back
Items
Egg TicketEon TicketMysticTicketAuroraTicket
Old Sea MapMember CardOak's LetterEnigma Stone
Liberty PassDiscount CouponDynamax Crystal
Mythical Pecha Berry
Pokéwalker Routes
Yellow ForestWinner's PathSightseeingRallyAmity Meadow
Other
C-Gear Skins



Event distributions
Generation I: JapaneseEuropean language
Generation II: JapaneseEuropean language
Generation III: JapaneseEnglishGermanSpanishFrenchItalian
Generation IV: Japanese (local | Wi-Fi) • English (local | Wi-Fi) • German (local | Wi-Fi)
Spanish (local | Wi-Fi) • French (local | Wi-Fi) • Italian (local | Wi-Fi) • Korean (local | Wi-Fi)
Trading (GTS)
Generation V: Japanese (local | Wi-Fi) • English (local | Wi-Fi) • German (local | Wi-Fi)
Spanish (local | Wi-Fi) • French (local | Wi-Fi) • Italian (local | Wi-Fi) • Korean (local | Wi-Fi)
Global Link promotions
Generation VI: Japanese region (Nintendo Network | serial code) • American region (Nintendo Network | serial code)
PAL region (Nintendo Network | serial code) • Korean region (Nintendo Network | serial code)
Taiwanese region (Nintendo Network | serial code)
LocalTrading
Generation VII: 3DS: Japanese region (Nintendo Network | serial code) • American region (Nintendo Network | serial code)
PAL region (Nintendo Network | serial code) • Korean region (Nintendo Network | serial code)
Taiwanese region (Nintendo Network | serial code)
Local
Switch: PE
Generation VIII: SwShBDSPLA
Trading
Generation IX: SV
Specific events: Gather More Pokémon! Campaign
PCNY (Gen II | Gen III) • Trade and Battle DayJourney Across AmericaParty of the Decade
Other groupings: Movie events10th AnniversaryTanabataUndistributed
Special Pokémon from games
In-game: Gen IGen II • Gen III (RSFRLGEOrre) • Gen IV (DP ​• Pt ​• HGSS) • Gen V (BWB2W2)
Gen VI (XYORAS) • Gen VII (SMUSUMPE) • Gen VIII (SwShBDSPLA) • Gen IX (SV)
Gift Pokémon (Eggs) • Wild Pokémon (Roaming Pokémon) • In-game trades (Hayley's trades)
Game-based: Gen IGen IIGen IIIGen IVGen VIGen VII
Gen VIII (Wild Area News) • Gen IX (Poké Portal News)
Other: Undistributed
Non-Pokémon event distributions
Gen IIIGen IVGen VGen VIGen VII (Game-based) • Gen VIIIGen IX (Game-based)
Global Link
Other lists
Notable ID numbers (Gens I-IIIII onward) • Wonder Cards (Gen VGen VIGen VII) • Serial code prefixes


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