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- Gluttony redirects here. For the Ultra Beast codenamed UB Gluttony in Japanese, see Guzzlord (Pokémon).
| Generation VI
| Makes the Pokémon use a held Berry earlier than usual.
| Generation VII
| Makes the Pokémon eat a held Berry when its HP drops to half or less, which is sooner than usual.
Gluttony (Japanese: くいしんぼう Glutton) is an Ability introduced in Generation IV.
Gluttony causes the Pokémon to eat Berries that would normally be eaten at 25% HP or lower at 50% HP or lower instead. It has no effect on Berries such as the Oran Berry, which are normally eaten at 50% HP or less. It also has no effect on the use of Berries with non-HP-related trigger conditions, such as the Leppa Berry and Lum Berry.
In Generation VII, the Berries that may cause confusion, such as the Figy Berry and Mago Berry, are now eaten at 25% HP or less instead of 50% HP or less, so are now affected by Gluttony.
Outside of battle
Gluttony has no effect outside of battle.
Pokémon with Gluttony
In other games
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon
In the Explorers series and Mystery Dungeon (WiiWare) games, Gluttony causes the Belly of the Pokémon with this Ability to empty out quicker than normal. However, it sometimes also negates Grimy Food's side effect, similarly to the Survivalist IQ skill. From Gates to Infinity onward, Gluttony heals 25 HP when the Pokémon eats or drinks an item.
|| Speeds up the Belly's food consumption.
|| おなかの へりかたが はやい
|| When the Pokémon eats or drinks an item, its HP will be restored.*|
When the Pokémon eats or drinks an item, some HP will be restored, too!*
|| When the Pokémon eats or drinks an item, some HP will be restored, too!
In the anime
In the manga
In the Pokémon Adventures manga
In other languages