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Miscellaneous Items are single-use items that have various effects, such as increasing a Pokémon's Happiness or bypassing specific time restrictions for site activity.

List of Miscellaneous Items[]

Items For Sale[]

The first five items below were introduced when the site first launched, while the Sprite Changer was introduced on October 2, 2010. For the most part, these items can only be obtained by purchasing from the Shop. Sprite Changers, however, can also be found in the Underground.

Icon Name Price Obtained From Description
Achievement? Exploration?
Repel.png Repel 5000 No No An item that repels Pokémon eggs you've already obtained from appearing in the Lab only on its initial use. Does not activate on its own.
Lemonade.png Lemonade 3000 Yes No A very sweet drink. It increases the happiness of one Pokémon by 40 points.
Soda-pop.png Soda Pop 2250 No No A fizzy soda drink. It increases the happiness of one Pokémon by 30 points.
Fresh-water.png Fresh Water 1875 No No Water with a high mineral content. It increases the happiness of one Pokemon by 25 points.
Antidote.png Antidote 500 Yes No Cures a single Pokémon of Pokérus. Once it is cured, it cannot be infected again.
SpriteChanger.png Sprite Changer 750 Yes No A magical button that grants the user the ability to change a Pokémon's sprite.

Other Miscellaneous Items[]

The following items cannot be obtained from the main portion of the Shop. They are primarily obtained through the Underground and the Prize Shop, and some can be obtained from Explorations.

Prices below indicate their costs from the Backroom, where applicable.

Icon Name Price Prize Points Obtained From Description
Achievement? Exploration?
Sweey Honey.png Sweet Honey 750 1 Yes Yes A sweet-smelling jar of honey, useful for attracting Pokémon that you are shiny hunting. Only works for hunts having over 15 eggs hatched. (Cannot be sold)
Note: Will not attract Legendary or Novelty eggs.
Focus-sash.png Focus Sash 750 1 No No A special one-use sash that allows the user to participate in another battle if it has already participated in one today.
Flame-orb.png Flame Orb 750 2 Yes Yes A bizarre orb with a flame trapped inside. Allows one premature egg to hatch early if it has full maturity.
Heart-scale.png Heart Scale 750 1 No No A pretty and shiny scale that is coveted by many. Can be traded in to allow one Egg or Pokemon to be released before the 12-hour limit.
Escape-rope.png Escape Rope 900 1 No No An ordinary rope used to escape from dungeons. It may be used to allow a Pokemon to revisit the Underground.
Evolutions-wonder.png Eviolite 600 1 No No A mystical substance tied to Pokemon evolution. It allows a Pokemon that would have to wait five days to evolve or form change to do so immediately (provided any other requirements are met).
Heart Sweets.png Heart Sweets 1,200 1 No Yes A sweet heart-shaped chocolate treat that lets you take an extra egg from one batch of Daycare eggs.

Vitamins[]

Introduced on August 19, 2012, vitamins are Miscellaneous Items that are primarily obtained as rewards from the Battle Tower. They are not sold through the main Shop or Prize Shop. Each stat has a corresponding vitamin.

Prices below indicate their costs from the Backroom, where applicable.

Icon Name Price Obtained From Description
Achievement? Exploration?
Hp-up.png HP Up 600 No No A vitamin that increases the Pokémon's HP IV by 1. IVs cannot exceed 31, and a Pokémon may only have six vitamins used in total.
Protein.png Protein 600 No No A vitamin that increases the Pokémon's ATK IV by 1. IVs cannot exceed 31, and a Pokémon may only have six vitamins used in total.
Iron.png Iron 600 No No A vitamin that increases the Pokémon's DEF IV by 1. IVs cannot exceed 31, and a Pokémon may only have six vitamins used in total.
Calcium.png Calcium 600 No No A vitamin that increases the Pokémon's SATK IV by 1. IVs cannot exceed 31, and a Pokémon may only have six vitamins used in total.
Zinc.png Zinc 600 No No A vitamin that increases the Pokémon's SDEF IV by 1. IVs cannot exceed 31, and a Pokémon may only have six vitamins used in total.
Carbos.png Carbos 600 No No A vitamin that increases the Pokémon's SPD IV by 1. IVs cannot exceed 31, and a Pokémon may only have six vitamins used in total.
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