Legendary artifacts

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Legendary artifacts are items which are bound to specific Legendary or Mythical Pokémon. These artifacts typically do one or more of the following: allow the player to encounter these Pokémon, change their form, or improve their battling capabilities.

List of Legendary artifacts


Main article: Silver and Rainbow Wings


Main article: Clear Bell

Colored orbs

Main article: Colored orbs
Main article: Red Orb
Main article: Blue Orb
Main article: Jade Orb

Timespace orbs

Main article: Timespace orbs
Main article: Adamant Orb
Main article: Lustrous Orb
Main article: Griseous Orb

Dragon Stones

Main article: Dragon Stones

Eon items

Main article: Soul Dew
Main article: Enigma Stone


Main article: Drive
Main article: Burn Drive
Main article: Chill Drive
Main article: Douse Drive
Main article: Shock Drive


Main article: GS Ball
Main article: Lunar Wing
Main article: Azure Flute
Main article: Reveal Glass
Main article: Prison Bottle

In the spin-off games

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series


Main article: Music Box
Main article: Wish Stone
Main article: Mystery Part and Secret Slab


Vortex Stone.png

In Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team, after recruiting Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres as well as clearing Pitfall Valley and Stormy Sea, Alakazam will recommend speaking to them in their Friend Area, Legendary Island. When visiting them there, they will create the Vortex Stone (Japanese: うずしおのいし Whirlpool Stone), which gives the player access to Silver Trench, where the player encounters Lugia.

This item does not show up in the team toolbox.

In Pokémon Ranger series

In Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs, the Rainbow Grail is capable of summoning Ho-Oh on the Rainbow Dais.

In the manga

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The Eon Flute in Pokémon Adventures

In the Pokémon Adventures manga

In Omega Alpha Adventure 1, Ruby used the Eon Flute on Southern Island to call Latias and Latios. It is also implied that the Eon Flute was previously under Emerald's possession.

In other languages

Tidal Bell

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese うみなりのスズ Tide Suzu
France Flag.png French Glas Tempête
Germany Flag.png German Gischtglocke
Italy Flag.png Italian Campana Onda
South Korea Flag.png Korean 해명의방울 Haemyeong-ui Bang-ul
Spain Flag.png Spanish Campana Oleaje

Eon Flute

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese むげんのふえ Infinite Flute
France Flag.png French Flûte Éon
Germany Flag.png German Äon-Flöte
Italy Flag.png Italian Flauto Eone
South Korea Flag.png Korean 무한의피리 Muhan-ui Piri
Spain Flag.png Spanish Flauta Eón

Items RepelsEvolutionary stonesFossilsFlutesShardsHeld itemsEscape items
Exchangeable itemsValuable itemsBattle itemsBottle CapsLegendary artifacts
Medicine PotionsStatus condition healing itemsRevives
EthersVitaminsWingsDrinksHerbal medicine
Berries and Apricorns Poké BallsBerriesMulchApricorns
Aesthetic DecorationsAccessoriesBackdropsPropsDécor
ClothingFashion items
Others MailKey ItemsEvent items

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