Super Potion

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Super Potion
いいキズぐすり
Good Wound Medicine
Super Potion
Super Potion
Pokémon Global Link artwork
Introduced in Generation I
Pocket
Generation I Bag Items pocket icon.png Items
Generation II Bag Items pocket icon.png Items
Generation III Bag Items pocket icon.png Items
Generation IV Bag Medicine pocket icon.png Medicine
Generation V Bag Medicine pocket icon.png Medicine
Generation VI Bag Medicine pocket icon.png Medicine
Generation VII Bag Medicine pocket icon.png Medicine
Fling
Power 30

The Super Potion (Japanese: いいキズぐすり Good Wound Medicine) is a type of medicine introduced in Generation I. It can be used during or outside of a battle to restore a Pokémon's HP.

It is an improved counterpart of the Potion; it has three improved counterparts: Hyper Potion, Max Potion, and Full Restore.

In the core series games

Price

Games Cost Sell price
RGBY/RBY
GSC
RSEFRLG
DPPtHGSS
BWB2W2
XYORAS
SMUSUM
PokémonDollar.png700 PokémonDollar.png350

In Pokémon Crystal, Super Potion costs PokémonDollar.png500 during the Goldenrod Department Store rooftop sale.

Effect

Generation I to VI

When used from the Bag on a Pokémon, it heals the Pokémon by 50 HP.

Generation VII

When used from the Bag on a Pokémon, it heals the Pokémon by 60 HP.

Description

Games Description
Stad Restores HP that have been lost in battle by 50 HP.
GSC Restores Pokémon HP by 50.
RSE Restores the HP of a Pokémon by 50 points.
FRLG A spray-type wound medicine. It restores the HP of one Pokémon by 50 points.
Colo.XD Restores the HP of a Pokémon by 50 points.
DPPtHGSS
BWB2W2
A spray-type medicine for wounds. It restores the HP of one Pokémon by 50 points.
XYORAS A spray-type medicine for treating wounds. It can be used to restore 50 HP to an injured Pokémon.
SMUSUM A spray-type medicine for treating wounds. It can be used to restore 60 HP to an injured Pokémon.

Acquisition

Games Finite methods Repeatable methods
RBY
RGBY
Route 10, Rocket Hideout Vermilion, Lavender, and FuchsiaRB Poké Marts, Celadon Department Store
GSC Routes 32, 34, and 42, Slowpoke Well, Ilex ForestGS, Goldenrod Tunnel, Tin TowerGS, Glitter Lighthouse
Purchased by the player's Mom
Azalea, Ecruteak, Olivine, Pewter, Cerulean, Lavender, and Fuchsia Poké Marts, Goldenrod Department Store, Cianwood City Pharmacy, Mahogany Town shop (after defeating Team Rocket), Celadon Department Store
RSE Routes 104, 115, and 116 Petalburg (after obtaining 4 Badges), Rustboro, Slateport, Mauville, Verdanturf, Fallarbor, Lavaridge, and Fortree Poké Marts, Lilycove Department Store
PickupE
FRLG Route 10, S.S. Anne, Rocket Hideout Cerulean, Vermilion, Lavender, and Fuchsia Poké Marts, Celadon Department Store
Colo. Phenac City Phenac, Pyrite, and Agate Poké Marts
XD Agate Village, Cipher Lab, Gateon Port
Battle CDs (completion prize: 01, 02, and 08)
Gateon, Agate, Pyrite, and Phenac Poké Marts, Outskirt Stand shop
Pickup
DPPt Routes 205, 207, 209DP, 212DP, 213DP, and 219DP, Oreburgh City, Eterna City, Floaroma MeadowDP, Wayward Cave, Great MarshDP All Poké Marts (after obtaining 1 Badge), Veilstone Department Store
Pickup
HGSS Routes 32, 34, and 42, Slowpoke Well, Ilex Forest, Goldenrod City, Goldenrod Department Store, Glitter Lighthouse
Purchased by the player's Mom
All Poké Marts (after obtaining 1 Badge), Goldenrod Department Store, Cianwood City Pharmacy, Just a Souvenir Shop (after defeating Team Rocket), Celadon Department Store
Pickup
PW Sinnoh Field, Rally
BW Routes 2, 3, and 4, Pinwheel Forest, Desert Resort, Relic Castle All Poké Marts (after obtaining 1 Badge), Shopping Mall Nine
Pickup
B2W2 Virbank Complex Castelia Sewers (daily)
Hidden Grottoes
All Poké Marts (after obtaining 1 Badge), Shopping Mall Nine
Join Avenue (souvenir)
Big Stadium and Small Court (defeat a Trainer that appears after obtaining 5-6 Badges, excluding Backers)
Pickup
DW Pleasant Forest, Sparkling Sea
XY Routes 3, 4, 5, 8, 11, 14, 18, and 22, Santalune City, Parfum Palace, Cyllage City, Frost Cavern All Poké Marts (after obtaining 1 Badge)
Pickup
ORAS Routes 104 and 116, Granite Cave, Scorched Slab, Sootopolis City All Poké Marts (after obtaining 1 Badge), Lilycove Department Store
Pickup
SM Routes 2, 3, 5, and 6, Hau'oli City, Hau'oli Cemetery, Verdant Cavern, Seaward Cave, Ten Carat Hill, Lush Jungle All Poké Marts (after completing 1 trial)
Pickup
USUM Routes 2, 3, 4, 5, and 10, Hau'oli City, Hau'oli Cemetery, Verdant Cavern, Seaward Cave, Ten Carat Hill, Lush Jungle All Poké Marts (after completing 1 trial)
Pickup

Wonder Launcher

Bag Super Potion WL Sprite.png The Super Potion appears as a Wonder Launcher item. It costs 4 points to use.

In spin-off games

Pokémon Conquest

In Pokémon Conquest, the Super Potion can be used to heal a Pokémon by 50 HP.

A Super Potion can be purchased from any Shop for 700-490 gold, and sold for 350-455 gold.

Description

Games Description
Conq. Restores 50 HP.

Pokémon GO

Super Potion in Pokémon GO

In Pokémon GO, the Super Potion can be used to heal a Pokémon by 50 HP. It can only be used outside of battle, including through the Gym interface immediately before a challenge.

Super Potions can be obtained starting at level 10 by searching PokéStops or Gyms. Super Potions are also available as rewards for leveling up, from level 10 through level 14.

In the anime

A Super Potion in the anime
Alain using a Super Potion on his Charizard

Super Potions have been used on occasion in the anime. Usually, Brock, Cilan, and Clemont carry them in their respective backpacks, and they use them to heal injured Pokémon. Potions seem to sting slightly whenever used, suggesting that they not only heal but sterilize the wound. Tracey has also been seen with some Potions that need to be taken orally. The most commonly used Potion in the anime is Super Potion.

In Here Comes the Squirtle Squad!, Pikachu got a serious injury from a Goldeen while being chased by the Squirtle Squad. He was captured, but suffering, so the Squirtle Squad allowed Ash to go free and get a Super Potion from the local town to heal Pikachu. This was the first episode of the anime wherein a Potion was mentioned.

In The Kangaskhan Kid, Brock used a Super Potion to treat the wounds on an injured baby Kangaskhan.

In A Chansey Operation, Brock was seen using a Super Potion while treating an injured Sandslash.

Brock used a Super Potion to heal a minor injury inflicted on Ash's Pikachu in You Never Can Taillow, which he had received while battling a wild Taillow.

May used a Super Potion to treat the wound on a wild Swablu that she befriended in True Blue Swablu.

Brock used a Super Potion to heal a minor injury on a wild Nuzleaf in Leave It To Brocko!.

Brock used a Super Potion to treat a minor injury on a wild Bidoof in Faced with Steelix Determination!.

Brock used a Super Potion on Meowth in Unlocking the Red Chain of Events!, treating a wound he had received during a confrontation with Team Galactic.

Cilan used a Super Potion to cure his Pansage in A Home for Dwebble! after it had been hit by a rock on the head. The fever resulting from the hit was later cured by an herbal medicine made by Iris.

Iris used a Super Potion to treat a wound on a wild Venipede in A Venipede Stampede!.

Alder used a Super Potion to treat a wild Gigalith's wounds in Ash Versus the Champion!.

Cynthia used a Super Potion to help heal Meloetta in All for the Love of Meloetta! after it had been ambushed and injured by Team Rocket.

Professor Oak used a Super Potion on a Rotom in To Catch a Rotom!. This made Rotom so thankful, that it voluntarily allowed itself to be caught by him afterwards.

Brock used a Super Potion to heal a wound on a wild Gyarados in SS027, after it had been put asleep by Cilan's Pansage's Grass Whistle.

Nurse Joy used a Super Potion to treat a wound on a wild Lapras in Bonnie for the Defense!.

Dr. White used a Super Potion to treat Beatrice's Bidoof's gums in A Fork in the Road! A Parting of the Ways!.

Clemont was seen using a Super Potion to treat a wound on a wild Bunnelby in a flashback in A Trip Down Memory Train!, which it had received while fighting a wild Diggersby.

Nurse Joy was seen using a Super Potion to treat Froakie's wounds in a flashback in Cloudy Fate, Bright Future!.

Alain was seen using a Super Potion to heal his Charizard during his challenge to defeat ten Mega Evolution Trainers in a row in Mega Evolution Special IV.

Kimia used a Super Potion on an Amaura in Volcanion and the Mechanical Marvel after it had been injured by a Pokémon hunter's trap.

In the TCG

Super Potion
Main article: Super Potion (Base Set 90)

Super Potion was introduced as a Trainer card in the Pokémon Trading Card Game during the English Original Series (the Japanese Original Era) in the Base Set expansion with artwork by Keiji Kinebuchi. It was later released as an Item card in the XY expansion with new artwork by 5ban Graphics, first released in the Japanese Collection Y.

In the Base Set print, this Trainer card allows the player to discard one Energy card attached to one of their Pokémon in order to remove up to four damage counters from that Pokémon. In the XY series print, this Trainer card allows the player to heal 60 damage from one of their Pokémon. The player must then discard an Energy attached to that Pokémon.

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 好傷藥 Hóu Sēungyeuhk
Mandarin 好傷藥 / 好伤药 Hǎo Shāngyào
Denmark Flag.png Danish Supermikstur*
The Netherlands Flag.png Dutch Super-Drankje*
Finland Flag.png Finnish Superrohto
France Flag.png French Super Potion
Germany Flag.png German Supertrank
Italy Flag.png Italian Superpozione
South Korea Flag.png Korean 좋은상처약 Jo-eun Sangcheo Yak
Norway Flag.png Norwegian Supermedisin
Portuguese Brazil Flag.png Brazil Superpoção*
Super Poção*
Portugal Flag.png Portugal Superpoção
Russia Flag.png Russian Сверхсильный Элексир Sverkhsil'nyy Eleksir
Spain Flag.png Spanish Súper Poción*
Superpoción*
Sweden Flag.png Swedish Supermedicin*
Supersprej*


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