Mirage Berry

From Bulbapedia, the community-driven Pokémon encyclopedia.
Jump to: navigation, search
554Darumaka.png The subject of this article has no official English name.
The name currently in use is a fan romanization of the Japanese name.
A Mirage Berry

A (Japanese: 木の実 Mirage Berry) is a type of Berry that has only appeared in the Pokémon Adventures manga. They are Berries liked by the guardian deities of the Alola region.

History

In PASM08, Hala gave Sun the task of delivering a Mirage Berry to each of the four guardian deities of Alola. Due to his need to quickly gather a large amount of money, Sun initially refused the task until Hala revealed he fully intended on paying him for the mission.

In PASM09, Sun realized that he was never given any Mirage Berries to deliver and would have to find them on his own. Worried that searching would interfere with his first trial at Brooklet Hill, Sun asked Moon to help search for the Mirage Berries, which she agreed to. Together, Moon and Mallow traveled to Lush Jungle to search for a Mirage Berry.

In PASM11, after several failed attempts at finding what they were looking for, Mallow had her and Moon's Pokémon communicate with the wild Pokémon in the area and ask for their assistance. The wild Pokémon agreed to help and found as many Berries as they could and gathered them into a large pile. After a quick search, Moon successfully acquired a Mirage Berry.

In PASM13, Sun successfully delivered a Mirage Berry to Tapu Lele.

Later, Professor Kukui delivered Sun one of the Mirage Berry packages he had accidentally left behind on Kukui's boat, allowing him to give the Berry to Tapu Bulu.

When Sun later arrived on Poni Island with the Mirage Berry meant for Tapu Fini, the Berry was stolen by a group of Crabrawler. Sun was eventually able to recover the Berry with Hapu's help.

See also


Project Manga logo.png This article is part of both Project Manga and Project BerryDex, Bulbapedia projects that, together, aim to write comprehensive articles on Berries in the manga. Project BerryDex logo.png