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Berries are Pokémon consumables that that can be held in-battle.
Berries share functional identicalities to commonly used Pokémon supplements, such as Potions and ailment curatives; one of the more salient differentiators from them is they are auto-consumable by its holding Pokémon in-battle, meaning that the Pokémon will automatically use it when the conditional thresholds are met and thus saves you from using your turn in-battle to select an item to fulfill that function.
Restoratives will replenish depleted HP or PP points for the consumptive Pokémon.
|Oran Berry||Restores the consumer's HP by 10 points.|
|Leppa Berry||Restores the consumer's PP by a static amount in 10 points.|
|Sitrus Berry||Restores the consumer's HP by 25% of its maximal amount.|
Curatives will expunge Status ailments that the consumptive Pokémon might be afflicted by. If held in-battle, the holding Pokémon will automatically consume it after the status ailment is onset.
|Cheri Berry||Cures the consumer of paralysis.|
|Pecha Berry||Cures the consumer of poison.|
|Rawst Berry||Cures burned consumers.|
|Aspear Berry||Defreezes frozen consumers.|
|Persim Berry||Cures the consumer of confusion.|
|Chesto Berry||Wakes up the consumer if they are asleep.|
|Lum Berry||A wildcard berry that will cure any status ailment that the consumer may be afflicted by.|
These are instrumental for the continuity of EV-training, since only up to 252 Effort Values can be apportioned to each stat with a cumulative cap of 510; as such, they let you winnow out eventually unwanted Effort Value points for a stat. With a combination an intake these berries and retraining your Pokémon's EVs, which are recalculated on an after-battle basis in PRO, you can reapportion your Pokémon's EV spread.
|Pomeg Berry||Reduces the consumptive Pokémon's HP EVs.|
|Kelpsy Berry||Reduces the consumptive Pokémon's Attack EVs.|
|Qualot Berry||Reduces the consumptive Pokémon's Defense EVs.|
|Hondew Berry||Reduces the consumptive Pokémon's Special Attack EVs.|
|Grepa Berry||Reduces the consumptive Pokémon's Special Defense EVs.|
|Tamato Berry||Reduces the consumptive Pokémon's Speed EVs.|
- Main article: Berry trees
Berry trees are monoproductional, meaning that they will return the exact-same berry archetype each time it grows. Most berry trees will regrow after three real-world days have elapsed; the only outlier to that is the EV-berry trees, which regrow after 4 days.
- Main article: Berry Towers
Berry Towers are sites peculiar to PRO that are one of the most prolific hotbeds for berry-obtaining, as they reward its challengers with EV-reductive berries. The only one currently available is stationed on Route 13 in Kanto.
The Berry Tower challenge entails carrying a full on-hand lineup of level-50-plus Pokémon and defeating a gauntlet of NPCs en route to the top floor; losing to any one of them will effectively forfeit the reward payout, since you will respawn in a Pokémon Center and be precluded from rechallenging it until the cooldown time has elapsed (which is initiated as soon as you venture into the challenge). Once you reach the uppermost floor and speak to the prizewoman, you will be rewarded 5-15 of one type of the EV-reductive berries.
For a fee of 2,000, you can do the elite-mode challenge of the Berry Tower; this will reward EV-reductive berries contingent that you complete it—either 5 of each of the gamut of them or 25 of a particularized type of them, depending on what prizeset you select. The elite-mode challenge has a three-day cooldown, as opposed to the standardly one-day cooldown.
Upon defeating the Pumpkin King boss on Route 6, a berry-vendor will be made accessible in Goldenrod City Flower Shop. He will sell all EV-reductive berries for 3,000 apiece, thereby providing the most prolific avenue of obtaining them for those that are affluent enough to expend the requisite Pokédollars for them.
All non-EV-reductive berries can be sold to the item-buyers that exist on the first floor of all Department Stores for 20 apiece, thereby providing a more marginal method of moneymaking for those that have plentifully collected berries.