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Golden Razz Berry
Gold Zuri Fruit
Pokémon GO sprite
Introduced in Generation VII
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The Gold Razz Berry (Japanese: きんのズリのみ Gold Zuri Fruit) is a type of Berry exclusive to Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee! and Pokémon GO.
It, along with the Silver Razz Berry, is a variant of the Razz Berry. It has two counterparts: the Golden Pinap Berry and Golden Nanab Berry.
In the games
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In Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!, a Golden Razz Berry can be used from the Bag to make a wild Pokémon much easier to catch. This consumes the Golden Razz Berry. It is more effective than the Razz and Silver Razz Berries.
If the wild Pokémon breaks out of a Poké Ball, the Berry's effect disappears. A wild Pokémon cannot eat a Berry while another Berry is still in effect.
|| A Berry that makes it drastically easier to catch Pokémon when given to them.
In spin-off games
Golden Razz Berry in Pokémon GO
The Golden Razz Berry can be used in wild encounters to make wild Pokémon much easier to catch. It increases the Pokémon's catch rate by ×2.5. (Wild Pokémon can only be under the effect of one Berry at a time; the effect of a Berry fed to a wild Pokémon only lasts until it breaks out of a Poké Ball.)
Golden Razz Berries can be fed to defenders in Gyms of the player's team to restore their motivation. A single Golden Razz Berry will fully restore the Pokémon's motivation, even when feeding from a distance.
The Golden Razz Berry was added to Pokémon GO on June 22, 2017.
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Feed this to a Pokémon on a Gym to fully restore its motivation.
Golden Razz Berries can be obtained by winning Raid Battles. They are also available as rewards for completing certain Field Research and event-exclusive Special Research tasks.
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