Memory (game mechanic)

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A Bulbasaur's memory being read in Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire

A memory (Japanese: 思い出 memory) is a feature in the core series Pokémon games introduced in Generation VI that describes a Pokémon's experiences with its current Trainer and original Trainer.

Mechanics

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To check a Pokémon's memories, the player can take it to an NPC who can read a Pokémon's memories. A Pokémon can be selected from either the party or the Pokémon Storage System. Eggs cannot be selected. The memories of Pokémon range from meeting the Trainer for the first time, defeating wild Pokémon or Gym Leaders, using HM moves outside of battle, exploring various locations, evolving, etc. A Pokémon's memory may change over time as it has new experiences with its Trainer.

For example, in Pokémon X and Y, the Memory Girl may say of a Bulbasaur hatched from an Egg: "Bulbasaur hatched from an Egg and saw original Trainer for the first time at... a large city. The Pokémon remembers that it was restless." Taking the Bulbasaur to be rated by the stats judge may change the memory to: "Bulbasaur was stared at by the Judge intensely when it met him with original Trainer. The Pokémon remembers that it felt proud." If the Bulbasaur is then traded to another player, in addition to the most recent memory with the original Trainer, the Memory Girl may add: "And... Bulbasaur became other Trainer's friend when it arrived via Link Trade at... a snow-swept road. The Pokémon remembers that it got nervous." If the Bulbasaur is then returned to its original Trainer, it will retain its memory from the previous Trainer, but it will not remember this Trainer if traded to a third Trainer.

Pokémon received from events or transferred from a Generation V or VII game have no memories of their original Trainer (with the exception of Pokémon received from an in-game trade in Pokémon Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun, and Ultra Moon); the Memory Girl will say "The Pokémon seems to have a good memory, but it doesn't seem to be able to remember..." They may still make new memories with their current Trainer, however. Pokémon who have a memory exclusive to Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire will also display this message in Pokémon X and Y; the memory will be displayed again when transferred to a later game.

Locations

The following NPCs can read a Pokémon's memories:

Memories cannot be checked in the Generation VII games.

Quotes

A Pokémon will have two sets of memories if it has been traded. If this is the case, then the Pokémon's memories with its current Trainer will be second; if the current Trainer is also the Pokémon's original Trainer, then the first memory will be from its previous owner, otherwise they will be from the Pokémon's original Trainer.

Pokémon X and Y
"I can read Pokémon memories. People call me the Memory Girl. Do you want to know the memory of your Pokémon?"
No: "Come back anytime. Memories never fade away."
Yes: "Which Pokémon's memory do you want to know?"
"<memory 1>"
  • If there are two memories, followed by
"And... <memory 2>"
  • After reading a memory
"Do you want to know another Pokémon's memory?"
Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire
"I'm the Memory Girl! I can read Pokémon memories. Do you want to know the memory of your Pokémon?"
No: "Come back anytime!"
Yes: "OK! Which Pokémon's memory do you want to know?"
"<memory 1>"
  • If there are two memories, followed by
"And... <memory 2>"
  • After reading a memory
"Do you want to know another Pokémon's memory?"
Pokémon Sword and Shield
  • First time
"Somehow I can tell what Pokémon remember."
"Which Pokémon's memories are you interested in?"
"<memory 1>"
  • If there are two memories, followed by
"<nickname> seems to have memories from its time with another Trainer. <memory 2>"
  • After reading a memory
"Do you want to hear about the memories of any other Pokémon?"

List of memories

A Pokémon's memories are stored across ten bytes in the Pokémon data structure, with memories with the current Trainer and the original Trainer occupying five bytes each. Of these five bytes, the index numbers of the memory, its rank, and its feeling occupy one byte each, while the remaining two bytes store variable data.

All memories end with the text "<rank> that <feeling>."; this is omitted in the table below. Memories marked with only XY and SwSh in the table display a blank dialogue box in Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire.

# Hex Memory
00 0x00 The Pokémon seems to have a good memory, but it doesn't seem to be able to remember...XYORAS
<Pokémon> seems to have a fond memory, but it doesn't seem to be able to remember the details...SwSh
01 0x01 <Pokémon> met <Trainer> at...<place>. <Trainer> threw a Poké Ball at it, and they started to travel together.XYORAS
<Pokémon> met <Trainer> <place>. <Trainer> threw a Poké Ball at it, and they started to travel together.SwSh
02 0x02 <Pokémon> hatched from an Egg and saw <Trainer> for the first time at... <place>.XYORAS
<Pokémon> hatched from an Egg and saw <Trainer> for the first time <place>.SwSh
03 0x03 <Pokémon> met <Trainer> at... <place>.XYORAS
<Pokémon> met <Trainer> <place>.SwSh
04 0x04 <Pokémon> became <Trainer>'s friend when it arrived via Link Trade at... <place>.XY
<Pokémon> became <Trainer>'s friend when it came through Link Trade at... <place>.ORAS
<Pokémon> became <Trainer>'s friend when it came through Link Trade <place>.SwSh
05 0x05 <Pokémon> went to a Pokémon CenterXYSwSh/Poké MartORAS with <Trainer> to buy <item>.
06 0x06 <Pokémon> went to the Pokémon Center in <location> with <Trainer> and had its tired body healed there.XY
With <Trainer>, <Pokémon> went to the Pokémon Center and had its tired body healed there.SwSh
07 0x07 <Pokémon> went fishing with <Trainer>, and they caught <other Pokémon>.XYORAS
With <Trainer>, <Pokémon> went fishing, and they caught <other Pokémon>.SwSh
08 0x08 <Pokémon> went fishing with <Trainer>, but the hooked Pokémon got away!XYORAS
With <Trainer>, <Pokémon> went fishing, but the hooked Pokémon got away!SwSh
09 0x09 <Pokémon> saw <Trainer> paying attention to <other Pokémon>.XYSwSh
10 0x0A <Pokémon> got treats from <Trainer>.
11 0x0B <Pokémon> went clothes shopping with <Trainer>.
12 0x0C <Pokémon> learned <move> from <Trainer>.XYSwSh
13 0x0D <Pokémon> helped <Trainer> hatch <other Pokémon> from an Egg.
14 0x0E <Pokémon> was with <Trainer> when he/sheXYORAS/<Trainer>SwSh caught <other Pokémon>.
15 0x0F <Trainer> used <item> when <Pokémon> was in trouble.
16 0x10 <Pokémon> used <move> at <Trainer>'s instruction, but it had no effect.XYSwSh
17 0x11 <Pokémon> battled at <Trainer>'s side and defeatedXY/beatORASSwSh <other Pokémon>.
18 0x12 <Pokémon> was defeated by <other Pokémon> and <Trainer> ran away.XY
<Pokémon> lost to <other Pokémon> and <Trainer> ran away.ORAS
<Pokémon> lost to <other Pokémon> and ran away with <Trainer>.SwSh
19 0x13 <Pokémon> was raised by <Trainer> and evolved at <place>.XY
<Pokémon> was brought up by <Trainer> and evolved at <place>.ORAS
<Pokémon> was raised by <Trainer> and evolved <place>.SwSh
20 0x14 <Pokémon> surfed across the water, carrying <Trainer> on its back.
21 0x15 <Pokémon> saw <other Pokémon> carrying <Trainer> on its back.XYSwSh
22 0x16 <Pokémon> battled at <Trainer>'s side and defeated a Gym Leader.
23 0x17 When <Trainer>XYSwSh/<Pokémon>ORAS challenged the Battle Maison, <Pokémon>XYSwSh/<Trainer>ORAS got soXY/reallyORASSwSh nervous.
24 0x18 <Pokémon> flew, carrying <Trainer> on its back, to <place>.XY
<Pokémon> flew, carrying <Trainer> on its back from <place>.ORAS
<Pokémon> flew, carrying <Trainer> on its back, to a place... <place>.SwSh
25 0x19 <Pokémon> and <Trainer> were surprised when <other Pokémon> jumped out!XYSwSh
26 0x1A <Pokémon> saw <Trainer> using <item>.
27 0x1B <Pokémon> battled at <Trainer>'s side and defeated the Champion.
28 0x1C <Pokémon> was with <Trainer> when he/she completed his/her Pokédex.XYORAS
<Pokémon> was there when <Trainer> completed the Pokédex.SwSh
29 0x1D <Pokémon> encountered <other Pokémon> when it was with <Trainer>.
30 0x1E <Pokémon> battled at <Trainer>'s side and defeated a Battle ChatelaineXYORAS/the strongest TrainerSwSh.
31 0x1F <Pokémon> searched for hidden items with <Trainer> using the Dowsing Machine at... <place>.XY
<Pokémon> searched for hidden items with <Trainer> using the Dowsing Machine <place>.SwSh
32 0x20 <Pokémon> rode a Bicycle with <Trainer> at... <place>.XY
<Pokémon> rode a Bike with <Trainer> at... <place>.ORAS
<Pokémon> rode a bike with <Trainer> <place>.SwSh
33 0x21 <Pokémon> checked a destination with <Trainer> using the Town Map at... <place>.XYORAS
<Pokémon> checked a destination with <Trainer> using the Town Map <place>.SwSh
34 0x22 <Pokémon> planted <item> with <Trainer> and imagined a big harvest.
35 0x23 <Pokémon> proudly used Strength at <Trainer>'s instruction in... <place>.XY
<Trainer> asked <Pokémon> to use Strength, and it proudly used the move in... <place>.ORAS
<Trainer> asked <Pokémon> to use Strength, and it proudly used the move <place>.SwSh
36 0x24 <Pokémon> proudly used Cut at <Trainer>'s instruction in... <place>.XY
<Trainer> asked <Pokémon> to use Cut, and it proudly used the move in... <place>.ORAS
<Trainer> asked <Pokémon> to use Cut, and it proudly used the move <place>.SwSh
37 0x25 <Pokémon> shattered rocks to its heart's content at <Trainer>'s instruction in... <place>.XY
<Trainer> asked <Pokémon> to shatter rocks, which it did to its heart's content in... <place>.ORAS
<Trainer> asked <Pokémon> to shatter rocks, which it did to its heart's content <place>.SwSh
38 0x26 <Pokémon> used Waterfall while carrying <Trainer> on its back in... <place>.XYORAS
<Pokémon> used Waterfall while carrying <Trainer> on its back <place>.SwSh
39 0x27 <Pokémon> saw <Trainer> secretly picking up something in... <place>.XYORAS
<Pokémon> saw <Trainer> secretly picking up something <place>.SwSh
40 0x28 <Trainer> had <Pokémon> hold items like <item> to help it along.
41 0x29 <Pokémon> headed forXYSwSh/went toORAS Victory Road with <Trainer>.
42 0x2A <Pokémon> checked the sign with <Trainer> at... <place>.XY
<Pokémon> checked the sign with <Trainer> <place>.SwSh
43 0x2B <Pokémon> was impressed by the speed of the train it took with <Trainer>.
44 0x2C <Pokémon> encountered <other Pokémon> with <Trainer> using the Poké Radar.XYSwSh
45 0x2D When <other Pokémon> jumped out, <Pokémon> was surprised and ran away with <Trainer>.
46 0x2E <Pokémon> got a high score at the Battle Institute where it challenged with <Trainer>.XY
<Pokémon> got a high score at the Battle Institute where it challenged others with <Trainer>.ORASSwSh
47 0x2F <Pokémon> was stared at by the Judge intensely when it met him with <Trainer>.XY
<Pokémon> was stared at by the Judge when it met him with <Trainer>.ORASSwSh
48 0x30 The Move Deleter that <Pokémon> met through <Trainer> made it forget <move>.
49 0x31 <Pokémon> was able to remember <move> at <Trainer>'s instruction.XY
<Trainer> asked <Pokémon> to remember <move>, and it was able to remember the move.ORASSwSh
50 0x32 <Pokémon> was taken to Pokémon Day Care by <Trainer> and left with <other Pokémon>.XY
<Pokémon> was taken to the Pokémon Day Care by <Trainer> and left with <other Pokémon>.ORASSwSh
51 0x33 <Pokémon> was excited when <Trainer> won with his/her Loto Ticket and won prizes like <item>.XYORAS
<Pokémon> was excited when <Trainer> won prizes like <item> through Loto-ID.SwSh
52 0x34 <Pokémon> was with <Trainer> when he/she used a Repel at... <place>.XY
<Pokémon> was with <Trainer> when he/she used a repellent at... <place>.ORAS
<Pokémon> was there when <Trainer> used a repellent <place>.SwSh
53 0x35 <Pokémon> had a very hard training session with <Trainer>.
54 0x36 <Pokémon> took an elevator with <Trainer>.
55 0x37 <Pokémon> was taken to the Name Rater by <Trainer> and given a fateful name.
56 0x38 <Pokémon> was with <Trainer> when he/she went to a boutique and tried on clothes, but he/she left the boutique without buying anything.XYORAS
<Pokémon> was there when <Trainer> went to a boutique and tried on clothes but left the boutique without buying anything.SwSh
57 0x39 <Pokémon> went to a nice restaurant with <Trainer> and ate until it got totally full.
58 0x3A <Pokémon> was taken to a nice lady by <Trainer> and pampered.
59 0x3B <Pokémon> checked a trash can with <Trainer> at... <place>.XYORAS
<Pokémon> checked a bin with <Trainer> <place>.SwSh
60 0x3C <Pokémon> fought hard until it had to use Struggle when it battled at <Trainer>'s side against <other Pokémon>.XYSwSh
61 0x3D <Pokémon> looked down at the world from a tall tower where it went with <Trainer>.XY
<Pokémon> went to a tall tower with <Trainer> and looked down at the world.ORAS
<Pokémon> went to a tall tower with <Trainer> and looked down on the world.SwSh
62 0x3E <Pokémon> saw itself in a mirror inXYORAS/insideSwSh a mirror cave that it went toXY/exploredORASSwSh with <Trainer>.
63 0x3F <Pokémon> almost got lost when it explored a forest with <Trainer>.
64 0x40 <Pokémon> went to a factory with <Trainer> and saw a lot of machines that looked very complicated.
65 0x41 <Pokémon> was with <Trainer> when he/she built a Secret Base.ORAS
<Pokémon> was there when <Trainer> created a Secret Base.SwSh
66 0x42 <Pokémon> participated in a contest with <Trainer> and impressed many people.ORASSwSh
67 0x43 <Pokémon> participated in a contest with <Trainer> and won the title.ORASSwSh
68 0x44 <Pokémon> soared through the sky with <Trainer> and went to many different places.ORASSwSh
69 0x45 <Trainer> asked <Pokémon> to dive. Down it went, deep into the ocean, to explore the bottom of the sea.ORASSwSh
70 0x46 <Pokémon> sat with <Trainer> on a bench <place>.SwSh
71 0x47 <Pokémon> battled at <Trainer>'s side against <other Pokémon> that Dynamaxed.SwSh
72 0x48 <Pokémon> battled <other Pokémon> and Dynamaxed upon <Trainer>'s instruction.SwSh
73 0x49 <Pokémon> camped with <Trainer>.SwSh
74 0x4A <Pokémon> cooked with <Trainer>.SwSh
75 0x4B <Pokémon> was taken to a Pokémon Nursery by <Trainer> and left with <other Pokémon>.SwSh
76 0x4C <Pokémon> celebrated <Trainer>'s birthday in a Pokémon Center.SwSh
77 0x4D <Pokémon> went to a hair salon with <Trainer>.SwSh
78 0x4E When <Pokémon> was walking with <Trainer>, it started raining, and they both got soaked.SwSh
79 0x4F <Pokémon> participated in a rally with <Trainer> and went really fast.SwSh
80 0x50 <Pokémon> studied about how to use <move> in a Box, thinking about <Trainer>.SwSh
81 0x51 <Pokémon> practiced its cool pose for the move <move> in a Box, wishing to be praised by <Trainer>.SwSh
82 0x52 <Pokémon> had a great chat about <Trainer> with the <other Pokémon> that it was in a Box with.SwSh
83 0x53 <Pokémon> became good friends with the <other Pokémon> in a Box, practiced moves with it, and talked about the day that <Pokémon> would be praised by <Trainer>.SwSh
84 0x54 <Pokémon> was worried if <Trainer> was looking for the <item> that it was holding in a Box.SwSh
85 0x55 When <Trainer> came to check on <Pokémon> in a Box, it got nervous and couldn't make eye contact with <Trainer>.SwSh
86 0x56 When <Pokémon> heard a rumor that <Trainer> arrived at a place... <place>, it imagined how <Trainer> looked there.SwSh
87 0x57 <Pokémon> got in a fight with the <other Pokémon> that it was in a Box with about <Trainer>.SwSh
88 0x58 When <Pokémon> was in a Box, it thought about the reason why <Trainer> had it hold the <item>.SwSh
89 0x59 When <Pokémon> was in a Box, it had a weird dream in which <Trainer> was using the move <move>.SwSh

Ranks

# Hex Rank
01 0x01 The Pokémon remembers
02 0x02 The Pokémon remembers
03 0x03 The Pokémon remembers
04 0x04 The Pokémon remembers
05 0x05 The Pokémon clearlyXYSwSh/stillORAS remembers
06 0x06 The Pokémon definitelyXYSwSh/alwaysORAS remembers
07 0x07 The Pokémon fondly remembers

Feelings

In the Generation VI games, feelings are indexed from 0, while in the Generation VIII games, feelings are indexed from 1. Due to a bug, this value is neither modified when a Pokémon is transferred from Generation VI to Generation VIII through Pokémon Bank and Pokémon HOME nor do Pokémon Sword and Shield specially handle memories of transferred Pokémon. This means that the feeling "it was happy" displays as an empty string (or the same as the last checked Pokémon's feeling if another Pokémon's memories have been checked), and all subsequent feelings are displayed as a different feeling, shifted by one with respect to their index number.

XYORAS SwSh Rank
# Hex # Hex
00 0x00 01 0x01 it was happy
01 0x01 02 0x02 it had fun
02 0x02 03 0x03 it was glad
03 0x03 04 0x04 it grinned
04 0x04 05 0x05 it got overwhelmed by emotion
05 0x05 06 0x06 its feelings were indescribableXYORAS/complicatedSwSh
06 0x06 07 0x07 it felt good
07 0x07 08 0x08 it got teary eyed
08 0x08 09 0x09 it got lighthearted
09 0x09 10 0x0A it got nervous
10 0x0A 11 0x0B it felt comfortable
11 0x0B 12 0x0C it was restless
12 0x0C 13 0x0D it got a bit carried away
13 0x0D 14 0x0E it felt sorry
14 0x0E 15 0x0F it got emotional
15 0x0F 16 0x10 it felt nostalgic
16 0x10 17 0x11 it had some difficulty
17 0x11 18 0x12 it felt exhausted
18 0x12 19 0x13 it couldn't be true to its feelings
19 0x13 20 0x14 it felt proud
20 0x14 21 0x15 they ended up in a foul mood
21 0x15 22 0x16 it got angry
22 0x16 23 0x17 it got jealous
23 0x17 24 0x18 it got sleepy

Variable data

Depending on the variable in the memory text, two bytes in the Pokémon data structure can be read as the index number of a place, specific location, an item, a move, or the species of another Pokémon.

In Generation VI, if the variable data is not recognized, the game will display one of the following placeholders in place of the actual name of the item, move, or Pokémon.

"a certain item"
"a certain move"
"a Pokémon"

Places

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In the Generation VIII games, the places added in Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire are listed in a different order in the internal data, with most of these places now corresponding to different index numbers. Due to a bug, this value is neither modified when a Pokémon is transferred from Generation VI to Generation VIII through Pokémon Bank and Pokémon HOME nor do Pokémon Sword and Shield specially handle memories of transferred Pokémon. This means that, for example, a Terrakion with a memory of being caught at the Pathless Plain would display in Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire as being caught at "a tiny island", but this memory would display as being caught "in a Secret Base" once transferred to Sword and Shield.

# Hex Place Corresponding locations
XYORAS SwSh XY ORAS SwSh
00 0x00 somewhere somewhere If withdrawn from Pokémon Bank; if the location text is ORAS-exclusive If withdrawn from Pokémon Bank
01 0x01 the first town in the first town Vaniville Town Littleroot Town
02 0x02 home at home Player's house in Vaniville Player's house in Littleroot
03 0x03 a friend's house at a friend's house Serena/Calem's house (eastmost) in Vaniville, Trevor's house in Lumiose May/Brendan's house in Littleroot, Wally's house in Petalburg
04 0x04 someone's house at someone's house Most generic houses in cities, towns, and some routes; makeshift Pokémon Center in Aquacorde Dewford Hall, Pokémon Fan Club, Trick House, Inverse Battle Stop, TV Mauville, Route 114 (Fossil Maniac's house, including tunnel), Cove Lily Motel, Contest Spectacular Trainer Club, Mossdeep City (Steven's house), Battle Resort (Team Magma/Aqua Grunt's house)
05 0x05 a lively town in a lively town Aquacorde Town Oldale Town
06 0x06 a boutique in a boutique Any boutique
07 0x07 a shop in a shop Potion and Poké Ball shops in Aquacorde; Poké Ball Boutique, Juice Shoppe, Stone Emporium, Herboriste, and Loto-ID Center in Lumiose; Bicycle shop in Cyllage Any Poké Mart, Pretty Petal flower shop, Rydel's Cycles, Crooner's Café, Herb Shop, Secret Base Guild, Lilycove Department Store
08 0x08 a simple town in a simple town Camphrier Town Dewford Town, Verdanturf Town, Fallarbor Town
09 0x09 a Pokémon Center in a Pokémon Center Any Pokémon Center; Pokémon Link Any Pokémon Center; Pokémon Link
10 0x0A a castle in a castle Shabboneau Castle, Battle Chateau
11 0x0B a hotel in a hotel Hotel Camphrier, Hotel Ambrette, Hotel Cyllage, Hotel Marine Snow, Hotel Coumarine, Hotel Richissime, Hotel Couriway
12 0x0C a town with a mysterious air in a town with a mysterious air Geosenge Town Lavaridge Town, Pacifidlog Town
13 0x0D a windswept town in a windswept town Dendemille Town
14 0x0E a gate at a gate Any gate except the Pokémon League Gate Seaside Cycling Road gates
15 0x0F a town on a river in a town on a river Couriway Town
16 0x10 a lab in a lab Sycamore Pokémon Lab, Fossil Lab Professor Birch's Lab, Professor Cozmo's house, Weather Institute
17 0x11 an aquarium in an aquarium Ambrette Aquarium
18 0x12 a town on a cliff in a town on a cliff Ambrette Town
19 0x13 a gorgeous city in a gorgeous town Santalune City, Kiloude City Petalburg City, Ever Grande City (south of Victory Road)
20 0x14 a Pokémon Gym in a Pokémon Gym Any Gym, Prism Tower Any Gym
21 0x15 a school in a school Trainers' School Trainers' School
22 0x16 a large city in a large town Lumiose City Mauville City (including Mauville Food Court, and Mauville Hills hallway and balconies)
23 0x17 a building in a building Any unmarked building on the outer edge of Lumiose City, or the Vacant Storefront/Looker Bureau or Lumiose Press Devon Corporation, Oceanic Museum, Mauville Hills apartments (except balconies), Mossdeep Space Center
24 0x18 a stylish café in a stylish café Any cafe (in Lumiose City, Cyllage City, Laverre City, and Anistar City)
25 0x19 a secret baseXY/a hideoutORAS in a hideout Lysandre Labs, Team Flare Secret HQ Team Magma Hideout, Team Aqua Hideout
26 0x1A a museum in a museum Lumiose Museum Lilycove Museum
27 0x1B a studio in a studio PR Video Studio
28 0x1C a train station at a train station Seaside or Hillcrest Stations at Coumarine, Lumiose Station, Kiloude Station Cable Car Stations (Route 112, Mt. Chimney)
29 0x1D a battling spot in a battling spot Battle Institute, Battle Maison Battle Resort (including Battle Maison)
30 0x1E a beauty salon in a hair salon Coiffure Clips or Friseur Furfrou in Lumiose
31 0x1F a restaurant in a restaurant Restaurants Le Nah or Le Yeah, or Sushi High Roller
32 0x20 a high-class restaurant in a high-class restaurant Restaurant Le Wow
33 0x21 a seaside city in a seaside town Cyllage City, Shalour City, Coumarine City Rustboro City, Slateport City (including Slateport Market and Slateport Harbor), Lilycove City
34 0x22 the inside of a tall building in a tall building Tower of Mastery Sky Pillar (including edge of space, but not entrance cave)
35 0x23 a city with a mysterious air in a town with a mysterious air Laverre City Fortree City, Sootopolis City (surface outside)
36 0x24 a riverside city in a riverside town Anistar City
37 0x25 a snowcapped city in a snowcapped town Snowbelle City
38 0x26 the Pokémon League at the Pokémon League Pokémon League (including the League building) Pokémon League (including the League building)
39 0x27 a palace in a palace Parfum Palace
40 0x28 a cave in a cave Reflection Cave, Glittering Cave, Connecting Cave, Terminus Cave, Chamber of Emptiness, Sea Spirit's Den, Unknown Dungeon Route 134 (underwater), Rusturf Tunnel, Granite Cave, Fiery Path, Meteor Falls, Scorched Slab, Shoal Cave, Seafloor Cavern (cave and underwater), Cave of Origin, Sky Pillar (entrance cave), Fabled Cave, Gnarled Den, Nameless Cavern, Mirage Cave (Orlando's Glalie)
41 0x29 a forest in a forest Santalune Forest, Route 20, Pokémon Village Petalburg Woods, Trackless Forest
42 0x2A a tree-lined road on a treelined road Route 1, Route 6
43 0x2B a riverside road on a riverside road Route 2, Route 7, Route 21 Route 103, Route 110, Route 118, Route 119
44 0x2C a tranquil road on a tranquil road Route 3, Route 22 Route 101, Route 102, Route 104 (north), Route 111 (northern/southern ends), Route 116, Route 123
45 0x2D a road in bloom on a road in bloom Route 4 Route 117
46 0x2E the Pokémon Day Care in a Pokémon Day Care Pokémon Day Care Pokémon Day Care (Route 117), Pokémon Day Care Annex (Battle Resort)
47 0x2F a rugged mountain pass on a rugged mountain pass Route 5, Route 10, Route 11, Route 18, Route 19 Route 112, Route 114, Mt. Chimney, Jagged Pass, Mt. Pyre (non-summit outside)
48 0x30 a stone-lined area in a stone-lined area Route 9 Mt. Pyre (inside)
49 0x31 a road above the sea on a seaside road Route 8, Route 12 Route 104 (south), Route 115, Route 121
50 0x32 a mired road on a muddy road Route 14 Route 120
51 0x33 a sand-swept road on a sand-swept road Route 13 Route 111 (desert)
52 0x34 a leaf-strewn road on a leaf-strewn road Route 15, Route 16
53 0x35 a snow-swept road on a snow-swept road Route 17
54 0x36 a factory in a factory Poké Ball Factory Stern's Shipyard
55 0x37 Victory Road on Victory Road Victory Road, Pokémon League Gate Victory Road
56 0x38 a snowy mountain on a snowy mountain Frost Cavern
57 0x39 a power plant in a power plant Kalos Power Plant
58 0x3A a field in a field Berry fields (Route 7) Berry Master's garden (Route 123)
59 0x3B a ruin in a ruin Lost Hotel Sea Mauville, New Mauville
60 0x3C a sewerXY/a watery routeORAS on a watery route Azure Bay Route 105, Route 106, Route 107 (surface), Route 108, Route 109, Route 122, Route 124 (surface), Route 125, Route 126 (surface), Route 127 (surface), Route 128 (surface), Route 129 (surface), Route 130 (surface), Route 131, Route 132 (surface), Route 133 (surface), Route 134 (surface)
61 0x3D a safari on a safari Friend Safari Safari Zone
62 0x3E a Secret BaseORAS on a large ship Mirage Mountain, Secret Base
63 0x3F a Contest Spectacular HallORAS in the sky Contest Spectacular Hall
64 0x40 a place deep in the oceanORAS in a Contest Spectacular Hall Route 107 (underwater), Route 124 (underwater), Route 126 (underwater), Route 127 (underwater), Route 128 (underwater), Route 129 (underwater), Route 130 (underwater), Sootopolis City (underwater)
65 0x41 a Mirage spotORAS in a mystical place Mirage Cave, Mirage Forest, Mirage Island
66 0x42 a large shipORAS on a tiny island S.S. Tidal
67 0x43 an ash-covered pathORAS on an ash-covered path Route 113
68 0x44 a tiny islandORAS in a Secret Base Southern Island, Secret Islet, Secret Shore, Secret Meadow, Crescent Isle, Pathless Plain
69 0x45 a mystical placeORAS in a place deep in the ocean Mt. Pyre (summit), Desert Ruins, Island Cave, Ancient Tomb, Sealed Chamber
70 0x46 oh, while soaring in the skyORAS at a Mirage spot Soaring in the sky
71 0x47 on a lakeside road
72 0x48 in a vast field Wild Area
73 0x49 at a stadium
74 0x4A at a Pokémon Nursery
75 0x4B in a mine
76 0x4C in a town in the mountains
77 0x4D in a run-down town
78 0x4E in a tunnel
79 0x4F in a dangerous place

Trivia

  • The location memory for Azure Bay and Hoenn water routes is 水道 suidō in the Japanese version, which can be translated as either "water route" or "water supply". This ambiguity caused it to be mistranslated in English, German, and French versions of X and Y as "a sewer", and retranslated in Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire as "a watery route".
    • In Spanish, it was mistranslated as "unas alcantarillas" (a sewer) and remains unchanged in Omega Ruby, Alpha Sapphire, Sword, and Shield.
    • In Italian, it was originally translated as "in un canale" (in a channel) and was retranslated as "in una via d'acqua" (in a waterway) in Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire and as "in un percorso acquatico" (in a water route) in Sword and Shield.

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 回憶 Wùihyīk
Mandarin 回憶 / 回忆 Huíyì
France Flag.png French Souvenir
Germany Flag.png German Erinnerung
Italy Flag.png Italian Ricordo
South Korea Flag.png Korean 추억 Chueok
Spain Flag.png Spanish Recuerdo


Memory Girl

Language Name Origin
German Miss Memory From memory
Spanish Clari VidenteXY
EvocadoraORAS
From clarividente (clairvoyant)
From evocadora (evocative)
French Sue Veunyre From souvenir (French for memory)
Italian Memory From memory
Korean 추억소녀 Chueok Sonyeo Same as Japanese name


Pokémon individuality
LevelStatsFriendshipGenderAbilityNatureCharacteristic
Effort valuesIndividual valuesAwakening values
ConditionPerformanceAffectionMemory


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