Pokéblock Case

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Pokéblock Case
Polock Case
Bag Pokéblock Case Sprite.png
Pokéblock Case
Artwork from Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire
Introduced in Generation III
Generation III Bag Key items pocket icon.png Key items

The Pokéblock Case (Japanese: ポロックケース Polock Case) is a Key Item introduced in Generation III. It allows the player to store Pokéblocks made with a Berry Blender. In Generation III, it was formatted as POKéblock Case.

In Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, it is a part of the Pokéblock Kit.

In the core series games


Games Cost Sell price


Holds up to 40 Pokéblocks that the player has made with a Berry Blender. Allows admission to the Hoenn Safari Zone.

In Pokémon Emerald, it allows the player to participate in Pokémon Contests.


Games Description
RSE A case for holding POKéblocks made with a Berry Blender.
FRLG A case for holding POKéblocks made with a Berry Blender. It releases one POKéblock when shaken.


Games Method
RS Slateport City Contest Hall (from a little girl)
E Lilycove City Contest Hall (from the left receptionist)


Ruby Sapphire Pokéblock Case.png
Artwork from Ruby and Sapphire

In the anime

A Pokéblock Case in the anime

In the anime, the Pokéblock Case was first featured in Now That's Flower Power!, in which May received one from Mr. Big, who said that every Pokémon Coordinator should have one. Being a former Coordinator himself, Mr. Big talked to May about the importance of planning a Pokémon's diet and explained that different Berries can be used to produce Pokéblocks.

In Lessons in Lilycove, Kelly used two Pokéblock Cases during the Appeals Round of the Lilycove City Pokémon Contest. She released a large amount of green-colored Pokéblocks for her Grumpig to manipulate through the use of Psychic before eating them all. The performance was well received by the panel of judges and Kelly was among the eight contestants moving on to the Battle Round.

Drew, one of May's rivals, was revealed to own a Pokéblock Case in The Unbeatable Lightness of Seeing!, in which he was shown feeding his Roselia a few Pokéblocks.

In Reuniting for the First Time!, Chloe received a Pokéblock Case from Lisia after she had scouted her for a potential performance at the Lilycove City Contest Spectacular.

In the manga

A Pokéblock Case in Pokémon Adventures

Pokémon Adventures

In the Pokémon Adventures manga, Ruby owns a Pokéblock Case which he uses to store the Pokéblocks he makes for his Pokémon.

Pokémon Chamo-Chamo ☆ Pretty ♪

Haruka was revealed to have a Pokéblock Case in CCP08.

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 寶可方塊盒 Poké-Fōngfaai Hahp *
能量方塊盒 Nàhngleuhng Fōngfaai Hahp *
Mandarin 寶可方塊盒 / 宝可方块盒 Poké-Fāngkuài Hé *
能量方塊盒 Néngliàng Fāngkuài Hé *
The Czech Republic Flag.png Czech Dávkovač na Pokébloky
The Netherlands Flag.png Dutch Pokéblockdrager*
France Flag.png French Boîte Pokéblocs
Germany Flag.png German Pokériegelbox
Italy Flag.png Italian PortaPokémelle
South Korea Flag.png Korean 포켓몬스넥케이스 Pokémon Snack Case
Poland Flag.png Polish Pudełko na Pokékostki
Spain Flag.png Spanish Tubo Pokécubos

See also

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