Feather

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This article is about the EV-raising items introduced in Generation V. For Rainbow and Silver Wings, see Silver and Rainbow Wings. For the item related to Cresselia, see Lunar Wing. For the character in Throwing in the Noctowl, see Wings Alexander.

A feather (Japanese: ハネ feather) is a type of item from the Pokémon games. They are used to boost the stats of a Trainer's Pokémon. Prior to Generation VIII, they were called wings in English-language games due to character limitations.

Effect

The first six feathers can be considered a less powerful version of vitamins. Unlike vitamins, however, they are not subject to the 100 EV cap. Like vitamins, they are consumed after use. Each one gives a Pokémon one effort value (EV) in a particular stat.

There is a seventh feather, the Pretty Feather, which is similar in appearance and can be found in the same locations as the others; however, it serves no purpose other than to be sold.

Acquisition

In Generation V, they can be found in Flying Pokémon's shadows on the Driftveil Drawbridge and Marvelous Bridge, or as rewards for earning low ranks in the Battle Institute or clearing areas in Black Tower/White Treehollow.

In Generation VI, they are obtainable from Super Secret Training regimens in Super Training.

In Generation VII, they can occasionally be dropped by certain Pokémon found in ambush encounters.

In Generation VIII, they are found on Route 5.

Some NPCs will give out Health or Swift Wings to players with a Pokémon with sufficiently high Speed or Attack, respectively.

Types of feathers

Artwork

These are artwork of the items as seen on the Pokémon Global Link.

Dream Health Wing Sprite.png Dream Muscle Wing Sprite.png Dream Resist Wing Sprite.png Dream Genius Wing Sprite.png Dream Clever Wing Sprite.png Dream Swift Wing Sprite.png Dream Pretty Wing Sprite.png
Health Feather Muscle Feather Resist Feather Genius Feather Clever Feather Swift Feather Pretty Feather

In the anime

Wings in the anime

In Reunion Battles In Nimbasa!, a full set of wings was announced to be the prize for winning the Club Battle. In Club Battle Finale: A Hero's Outcome!, the set of wings was won by Iris, who later sent them to the Village of Dragons.

In the manga

In the Pokémon Adventures manga

In Mr. Perfect, Magician gave Blake a pack of wings he had requested from him. In Innocent Scientist, Blake revealed that he had given a Resist Wing and Rare Candy to his Dewott just before heading to battle Genesect, boosting his defenses just enough for him to be able to survive an Electric-type Techno Blast.

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 羽毛 Yúhmòuh
Mandarin 羽毛 Yǔmáo
Finland Flag.png Finnish Sulka
France Flag.png French Aile
Germany Flag.png German Feder
Italy Flag.png Italian Piume
South Korea Flag.png Korean 날개 Nalgae
Poland Flag.png Polish Pióro
Spain Flag.png Spanish Pluma
Vietnam Flag.png Vietnamese Lông Vũ


Items
Items Evolutionary stonesFossilsFlutesShardsHeld items
Escape itemsEscape RopeExchangeable itemsValuable items
Battle itemsLegendary artifactsHoneyScentsNectars
Medicine Status condition healing itemsVitaminsWings
DrinksHerbal medicineAbility Capsule
Berries and Apricorns Poké BallsBerriesMulchApricorns
Aesthetic DecorationsAccessoriesBackdropsPropsDécor
ClothingFashion items
Others MailKey ItemsEvent itemsNormal Box and Gorgeous Box
Time FlutePass OrbsWonder Launcher itemsRotom Powers


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