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A Spelon Berry (Japanese: ノワキのみ Nowaki Fruit) is a type of Berry introduced in Generation III.
In the core series games
In the Generation V games, the Spelon Berry can be sold to the gourmet maniac on Route 5 for 500.
Spelon Berries cannot be used directly and only have a use as an ingredient, such as for Pokéblocks and Poffins.
In Pokémon Emerald, the player can exchange a Spelon Berry for a HP Up if the Favor Lady asks for 'something pointy' in the Lilycove City Pokémon Center.
In Pokémon Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum, the player can exchange Spelon Berries for accessories at the Pick a Peck of Colors Flower Shop.
In Pokémon Diamond and Pearl, the player can exchange:
- 100 Spelon Berries for a Carpet
In Pokémon Platinum, the player can exchange:
- 100 Spelon Berries for a Mirror Ball
Pokémon Dream World
In the Pokémon Dream World, the player could exchange Berries for Décor. The following Décor required Spelon Berries.
|Plain Catalogue||Bonsai Plant|| 80 Spelon Berries|
80 Nomel Berries
|Plain Catalogue||Wall Scroll||10 Spelon Berries|
|Plain Catalogue||Water Fan||20 Spelon Berries|
|Plain Catalogue||Castle Keep|| 350 Spelon Berries|
350 Pamtre Berries
350 Rabuta Berries
|Pokémon Doll Catalogue||Delibird Doll||50 Spelon Berries|
|Pokémon Doll Catalogue||Larvitar Doll||50 Spelon Berries|
|Pokémon Doll Catalogue||Cubchoo Doll||50 Spelon Berries|
- No. 31
- Size: 5.2" (13.3 cm)
- Firmness: Soft
Pokémon X and Y
Pokémon Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun, and Ultra Moon
Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl
Scarlet and Violet
|Berry Tag Sprite (Generation III)||Berry Tag Sprite (Generation IV)|
In the anime
In Celebrating the Hero's Comet!, Meowth ate a Spelon Berry that Alexa had intended to give to her Noivern, causing a similar mouth-burning effect as a Tamato Berry. She also fed one to Noivern, who seemed to enjoy its spicy flavor. She was also seen feeding Noivern a Spelon Berry in The Dream Continues!.
In Under the Pledging Tree!, Ash gave Spelon Berries to his Pokémon as a gift.
In Performing with Fiery Charm!, Jessie used Spelon Berries as a part of her Dendemille Town Showcase performance.
In A Performance Pop Quiz!, Spelon Berries were used as a part of the Anistar City Pokémon Showcase.
In One Journey Ends, Another Begins..., Spelon Berries were among the Berries Anela had at her market in Hau'oli City.
In The Ol' Raise and Switch!, Spelon Berries were a part of a meal Lillie gave to Pikachu.
In the manga
Ruby & Sapphire chapter
Multiple Spelon Berries appeared in Adding It Up with Plusle & Minun I, being one of the many kinds of Berries growing on the Abandoned Ship. Ruby tried to send Mumu to pick up some of them, but the Mudfish Pokémon was attacked by a wild Plusle and Minun living on the ship while trying to do so.
Diamond & Pearl chapter
In Problematic Probopass and Mad Magnezone II, a Spelon Berry was seen among the many Berries that Cyrus's Probopass's Mini-Noses dug out of Lax's fur while trying to retrieve Cyrus's camera.
The Spelon Berry's design and name may be based on a horned melon, also known as a spiked melon.
|Japanese||ノワキのみ Nowaki no Mi||From キワノ kiwano|
|English||Spelon Berry||From spiked melon|
|French||Baie Kiwan||From kiwano|
|Italian||Baccamelos||From melone spinoso, kiwano|
|Spanish||Baya Wikano||From kiwano|
|Korean||메호키열매 Mehoki Yeolmae||From horned melon and kiwano|
|Chinese (Mandarin)||刺角果 Cìjiǎo Guǒ*||From 刺角瓜 cìjiǎoguā, kiwano|
|辣樂奇 Làlèqí*||From 辣 là (spicy) and corruption of its Japanese name|
|诺瓦基果 Nuòwǎjī Guǒ*||Transliteration of its Japanese name|
|Chinese (Cantonese)||刺角果 Chigok Gwó*||From 刺角瓜 chigokgwā, kiwano|
|辣樂奇 Laahtlohkkèih*||From 辣 laaht (spicy) and corruption of its Japanese name|
|Polish||Spelonjagoda||From its English name|
|Brazilian Portuguese||Fruta Pimen||From melão-espinhoso, kiwano|
|Vietnamese||Quả Spelon||From its English name|
|This Pokémon article is part of Project BerryDex, a Bulbapedia project that aims to write comprehensive articles on each Berry in the Pokémon series.|
- Items introduced in Generation III
- Berries Pocket
- 72-hour Berries (Generation III)
- 60-hour Berries (Generation IV)
- 90-hour Berries (Generation V)
- 24-hour Berries (X and Y)
- 16-hour Berries (Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire)
- 24-hour Berries (Generation VII)
- 60-hour Berries (Generation VIII)
- Pokéblock Berries
- Soft Berries