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An ornament is a type of item introduced in Generation III, debuting in Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald. This is used to describe all decorative items which do not fall into the categories of chairs, cushions, desks, dolls, mats, plants, or posters. They are used to decorate Secret Bases.
In the games
These can be bought at the Slateport City marketplace. They act as desks, but can only have one doll or cushion on them at a time.
|Red Brick||500||A red-colored brick. Decorations can be placed on top.|
|Yellow Brick||500||A yellow-colored brick. Put some decorations on top.|
|Blue Brick||500||A blue-colored brick. Put some decorations on top.|
These can be bought at the Slateport City marketplace. They are a type of small ornament that break when stepped on.
|Red Balloon||500||A red balloon filled with water. Bursts if stepped on.|
|Yellow Balloon||500||A yellow balloon filled with water. Pops if stepped on.|
|Blue Balloon||500||A blue balloon filled with water. Bursts if stepped on.|
The Trick Master gives one of these as a prize for going through the Trick House eight timesRSE/six timesORAS. In Ruby or Omega Ruby, he gives a Red Tent, and in Sapphire or Alpha Sapphire, he gives a Blue Tent. In Pokémon Emerald, players choose between the two tents.
|Red Tent||N/A||A large red tent. You can hide inside it.|
|Blue Tent||N/A||A large blue tent. You can hide inside it.|
These are sold at the Lilycove Department Store during their Rooftop Sale. When touched or walked through, they break, but repair themselves if the player leaves the Secret Base and comes back.
|Mud Ball||200||A large ball of mud. Crumbles if stepped on.|
|Breakable Door||3000||A weird door that people can walk right through.|
|Sand Ornament||3000||An ornament made of sand. Crumbles if touched.|
These are sold at the Lilycove Department Store during their Rooftop Sale. They can be used to block off access to parts of the Secret Base.
|Fence Length||500||A small fence that blocks passage.|
|Fence Width||500||A small fence that blocks passage.|
|TV||3000||A small, gray-colored toy TV.|
|Round TV||4000||A toy TV modeled in the image of a Seedot.|
|Cute TV||4000||A toy TV modeled in the image of a Skitty.|
The Silver Shield and Gold Shield are given to the player after winning a certain number of battles at the Battle Tower in Pokémon Ruby & Sapphire and Pokémon Emerald. In Emerald, they are given to the player by Scott. They are not awarded for win streaks set in the Link Multi Battle mode of the Emerald Battle Tower.
|Silver Shield||50 win streak||Awarded for 50 straight wins at the Battle Tower.|
|Gold Shield||100 win streak||Awarded for 100 straight wins at the Battle Tower.|
The Glass Ornament is given by the Lilycove Museum curator after getting paintings for all five Pokémon Contest categories hung. To get a painting hung in the museum, the player must win a Master Rank contest with at least 800 points. Aside from its color, the Glass Ornament is identical to the statue found in the Lilycove Museum, and appears to be based on Pidgeot.
|Glass Ornament||5 Contest paintings||A glass replica of a famous sculpture at the Art Museum.|
These are sold at the Lilycove Department Store during their Rooftop Sale. The Tire acts as a desk, but can only have two dolls or cushions on it at a time. The Solid Board can cover gaps in the floor of a Secret Base.
|Tire||800||An old large tire. Decorations can be placed on top.|
|Solid Board||3000||Place over a hole to cross to the other side.|
|Stand||7000||A large pedestal with steps.|
|Slide||8000||Use to slide down from the platform.|
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