Throwing item

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Throwing items are items in the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series that can be thrown at foes to deal damage over a distance. These items are stackable. Up to 99 items can be stacked, except in Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon where up to 40 items can be stacked. As these items are stackable, the amounts below are per one item.

Most throwing items are tossed in a straight line, and damage the first Pokémon they hit. These stop after flying 10 tiles or hitting a wall (unless the user has the Long Toss or Pierce status). In Red and Blue Rescue Team, and Explorers of Time, Darkness and Sky, if the user is holding a Curve Band, these items will turn upon reaching a wall. Unlike straight line toss items, Geo Pebbles, Gravelerocks and Rare Fossils fly in arcs and over walls when thrown, and inflict fixed damage.

Items can be thrown when the Pokémon has the Paralyzed or CringingRBTDS/CringeGtI/FlinchSMD status. The direction of the thrown item is unaffected by the Confused status.

In Red and Blue Rescue Team, and Explorers of Darkness, Time and Sky, the IQ skill, Item Catcher, allows Pokémon to catch thrown items as long they are not holding an item. The IQ skill, Item Master, allows partner Pokémon to throw items. In Gates to Infinity, the Power-Pitching Team Skill allows items to be thrown farther than usual. The Slip-Through Team Skill allows thrown items to conveniently slip through teammates to hit an enemy behind them, or pass through enemies to hit teammates behind them.

In Super Mystery Dungeon, throwing items can be registered so that other members of the team can automatically throw items to their own accord. Holding the Water Looplet allows items to be fly endlessly. Setting the emera, Piercing Throw, onto a looplet allows thrown items (except stones) to pierce through all Pokémon and walls and fly endlessly.

Enemies are also capable of throwing items. They can also catch thrown items, instead of being damaged by them.

In all games

In Red and Blue Rescue Team, Explorers of Time, Darkness and Sky, and Gates to Infinity

In Red and Blue Rescue Team, and Explorers of Time, Darkness and Sky

Only in Explorers of Time, Darkness and Sky

Unown Stones

These deal damage and unlock Regirock, Regice, and Registeel's chambers in Aegis Cave when they spell out ROCK, ICE, or STEEL in the player's bag, respectively.

Only in Super Mystery Dungeon

Lookalike Items

Main article: Lookalike Item

There are two Lookalike Items for Geo Pebble and Gravelerock, called Gone Pebble and Gravelyrock respectively. Both items are edible instead of being thrown items.

In the anime

Corsola Twigs in the anime

Corsola Twigs appeared in the anime special Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Team Go-Getters Out of the Gate!. They were given to the newly formed Team Go-Getters by the Aunt Kangaskhan of the Kangaskhan Storage. They were later used to fight an angry Skarmory holding Pikachu and Pichu as hostages.

In the manga

A Gravelerock in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Ginji's Rescue Team manga

In the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Ginji's Rescue Team manga

Gengar was seen using a Gravelerock in Battle in a Bitter Cold Land!! to start an avalanche on Ginji and Mudkip, but they were saved when Articuno used Sheer Cold to stop the avalanche.

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Geo Pebble Racaillasse Kleinkiesel Geosasso Geoguijarro 돌멩이
Gravelerock Gravalroche Georokbrock Gravelroccia Gravelerroca 데구리돌
Rare Fossil Fossile Rare Rares Fossil Fossile Raro Fósil raro
Cacnea Spike Cacnepic Tuskadorn Spina Cacnea Púa Cacnea 선인왕바늘
Corsola Twig Corapic Corasonnast Ramo Corsola Rama Corsola 코산호가시
Gold Fang Croc d'Or Goldzahn Zannadoro Colmillo oro 금의이빨
Gold Thorn Epine d'Or Golddorn Zannadoro Espina oro
Iron Spike Pic de Fer
Iron Thorn Epine de Fer Eisendorn Puntacciaio Espina acero 철가시
Silver Spike Pic ArgentéRB
Pic d'ArgentSMD
Silberdorn Spinargento Clavo plata 은바늘
Stick Bâton Stock Bastone Palo 나뭇가지
Wooden Spike Pic en Bois N/A
Unown Stone Runes Zarbi Icognitostein Pietre Unown Piedra Unown

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Held items: GlassesScarvesRecruitment-affecting items
Miracle and Wonder ChestsSeven Treasures
Space GlobeIQ BoosterFlagsLooplets
Objects: Wonder OrbsThrowing itemsHMsUsed TMsTMsKeys
Link BoxGabite ScaleGracideaFriend GiftsDevices
EmerasProgress DevicesWandsDjinn's Bottle
Special: Rescue Team Starter SetToolboxExploration Team Kit
Treasure BagMystery Dungeon evolutionary items
Teleport GemColored WingsWish StoneMusic Box
Treasure boxesMystery Part and Secret SlabExclusive items
Relic FragmentWonder EggLost LootSky Gift
Lookalike ItemsPrize TicketsGates to Infinity exclusive items
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