Poké Snack

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Poké Snack
Poké Cooked Rice
Poké Snack
Pokémon Global Link artwork
Introduced in Generation III
Generation III Bag Items pocket icon.png Items

The Poké Snack (Japanese: ポケまんま Poké Cooked Rice) is an item exclusive to Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness. It is a brand of Pokémon food developed by Duking, and is used to attract wild Pokémon to Poké Spots.

In the games


The player can place up to ten Poké Snacks to a tray present at any of the three Poké Spots to attract wild Pokémon to the location. The player's P★DA will tell the player how many Poké Snacks are present at any Poké Spot at any given time, as well as alerts the player if a wild Pokémon has been attracted to them. The more Poké Snacks present at a Poké Spot, the longer the wild Pokémon will stay there. Once all the Poké Snacks have been eaten from the tray, the wild Pokémon will leave. The player can also remove Poké Snacks from the tray and return them to their Bag.

Occasionally, a Munchlax belonging to the Herb Shop owner from Gateon Port will appear and eat the player's Poké Snacks instead. In case of such an event, the Herb Shop owner will appear and make up for the lost Poké Snacks by giving the player ten new ones, regardless of how many Munchlax had eaten.

After the Bonsly on S.S. Libra has run away, it may appear in place of a wild Pokémon at a Poké Spot with Poké Snacks in it.


Games Cost Sell price
XD PokémonDollar.png300 PokémonDollar.png150


Games Description
XD A delicious treat that is irresistible to wild Pokémon.


Games Finite methods Repeatable methods
XD Rock Poké Spot (from Duking during the first visit) Any Poké Mart (after meeting Duking in Pyrite Town)
Any Poké Spot (from the Herb Shop owner if her Munchlax eats the player's bait)

In other languages

Language Title
France Flag.png French Poké Snack
Germany Flag.png German Pokésnack
Italy Flag.png Italian Poké Snack
Spain Flag.png Spanish Poké Dulce

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