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KaynineXL

[Money Guide] Community Pickup Guide

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          Credits 

  • PandaJJ
  • OldKeith is a troll

 

          Notes

  • Your Pokemon with the Pickup ability must be your first party member and must be alive.
  • You acquire loot when you kill random encountered Pokemon in the wild or by capturing them(your pick up Pokemon will be holding the loot).
  • If your pick up Pokemon is already holding an item, the item will automatically go in your bag.
  • The loot varies and changes depending on which route/area you are in.
  • Pickup works in both regions, Kanto & Hoenn.
  • Pickup works while Fishing and Surfing!
  • There are two types of loot from Pickup. You can pick up loot when killing Pokemon without any pick up Pokemon, but these are often low value items - we call these 'trainer pick up' and the bold items in this guide show this. The more expensive pick up loot is from pick up using a Pokemon.
  • The Pickup rate is believed to be around 10%.

 

          Best Pickup Pokemon

  • Linoone is the strongest overall pick up Pokemon with the combined stats of 420. Linoone has access to trick which can help when you're farming items(such as in the power plant should you be looking for Metal coat/Magnet/Light ball). 
  • Teddiursa has the strongest attack stat out of all the pick up Pokemon with 80 base stat.
  • Meowth is a popular pick up Pokemon as it is the only Pokemon that has access to Payday if you want to earn yourself some extra cash.

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Table of Contents

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  1. - Kanto
  2. - Routes
  3. - Cities
  4. - Caves/Forest/Other
  5. - Islands
  6. - Hoenn

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Kanto

Routes

 

Route 1:

Potions: Potion, Potion

Repels:

Balls: Poke Ball, Poke Ball

Berries/Seeds:

Other: Antidote, Antidote

 

Route 2:

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries/Seeds:

Other:

 

Route 3:

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries/Seeds:

Other:

 

Route 4:

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries/Seeds:

Other:

 

Route 5:

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries/Seeds:

Other:

 

Route 6:

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries/Seeds:

Other:

 

Route 7:

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries/Seeds:

Other:

 

Route 8:

Potions: Super Potion

Repels: Repel, Super Repel

Balls: Great Ball

Berries/Seeds:

Other:

 

Route 9:

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries/Seeds:

Other:

 

Route 10:

Potions: Potion, Super Potion

Repels: Repel, Super Repel

Balls: Poke Ball, Great Ball

Berries/Seeds:

Other: Magnet, Metal Coat

 

Route 11:

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries/Seeds:

Other:

 

Route 12:

Potions: Potion, Super Potion, Hyper Potion

Repels: Repel, Max Repel

Balls: Poke Ball, Great Ball

Berries/Seeds:

Other: Sun Stone, Stick, Sharp Beak

 

Route 13: 

Potions: Potion, Super Potion, Hyper Potion

Repels: Super Repel, Max Repel

Balls: Poke BallGreat Ball, Ultra Ball

Berries/Seeds:

Other: Stick, Sharp Beak, Metal Powder, Sun Stone

 

Route 14:

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries/Seeds:

Other:

 

Route 15:

Potions:

Repels: Max Repel

Balls: Ultra Ball

Berries/Seeds:

Other: Metal Powder, Sun Stone, Sharp Beak

 

Route 16:

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries/Seeds:

Other:

 

Route 17:

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries/Seeds:

Other:

 

Route 18: 

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries/Seeds:

Other:

 

Route 19:

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries/Seeds:

Other:

 

Route 20:

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries/Seeds:

Other:

 

Route 21:

Potions: Potion, Hyper Potion

Repels: Super Repel, Max Repel

Balls: Ultra Ball, Ultra Ball

Berries/Seeds:

Other: Miracle Seed, Sun Stone

 

Route 22:

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries/Seeds:

Other:

 

Route 23:

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries/Seeds:

Other:

 

Route 24: 

Potions: Potion

Repels: Repel

Balls: Poke Ball

Berries/Seeds:

Other: Silverpowder, Miracle Seed

 

Route 25:

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries/Seeds:

Other:

 

Cities

 

Pallet Town:

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries/Seeds:

Other: Water Stone, King's Rock, Mystic Water, Poison Barb

 

Pewter City:

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries/Seeds:

Other:

 

Viridian City:

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries/Seeds:

Other:

 

Cerulean City:

Potions: Super Potion(fishing)

Repels: Super Repel(Fishing)

Balls: Great Ball(Fishing)

Berries/Seeds:

Other:

 

Lavender City:

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries/Seeds:

Other:

 

Saffron City:

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries/Seeds:

Other:

 

Celadon City:

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries/Seeds:

Other:

 

Vermilion City:

Potions: Super Potion

Repels: Super Repel

Balls:

Berries/Seeds:

Other: Yellow Shard, Dragon Scale, Red Shard, Big Pearl, Mystic Water, Stardust, Starpiece

 

Fuchsia City: 

Potions:

Repels: Super Repel(fishing)

Balls: Great Ball(fishing)

Berries/Seeds:

Other:

 

Cinnabar Island:

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries/Seeds:

Other:

 

Caves/Forest/Other

 

Viridian Forest:

Potions: Potion

Repels:

Balls:

Berries/Seeds:

Other:

 

Diglett's Cave:

Potions: Super Potion, Max Potion

Repels:

Balls: Great Ball

Berries/Seeds:

Other: Energy Root

 

Mt. Moon: 

Potions: Potion, Potion

Repels: Repel

Balls:

Berries/Seeds:

Other: Tiny Mushroom, Everstone, Moon Stone, Big Mushroom, Hardstone, Escape Rope, Energy Root

 

Cerulean Cave: 

Potions: Super Potion, Great Potion

Repels: Super Repel

Balls: Great Ball

Berries/Seeds:

Other: Big Mushroom, Nugget

 

Rock Tunnel:

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries/Seeds:

Other:

 

Power Plant: 

Potions: Potion, Super Potion

Repels: Repel, Super Repel

Balls: Poke Ball, Great Ball

Berries/Seeds:

Other: Magnet, Metal Coat, Light Ball, Thunderstone

 

Lavender tower: 

Potions: Potion, Super Potion

Repels: Repel, Super Repel

Balls: Poke Ball, Great Ball

Berries/Seeds:

Other: Thick Club, Spell Tag

 

Pokemon Mansion:

Potions: Potion, Hyper Potion

Repels: Repel, Max Repel

Balls: Ultra Ball

Berries/Seeds:

Other: Poison Barb, Smoke Ball

 

Seafoam Island:

Potions: Hyper Potion

Repels: Max Repel

Balls:

Berries/Seeds:

Other: Nevermeltice, Water Stone, King's Rock, Pearl, Big Pearl, Mystic Water

 

Victory Road:

Potions: Hyper Potion

Repels: Max Repel

Balls: Poke Ball, Ultra Ball

Berries/Seeds:

Other: Black Belt, Hard Stone, Thick Club

 

Islands

 

ONE ISLAND

 

Treasure Beach:

Potions: Hyper Potion

Repels: Max Repel

Balls: Ultra Ball

Berries/Seeds:

Other: Stardust, Sun Stone, Moon Stone, Silk Scarf

 

Kindle Road:

Potions: Super Potion, Hyper Potion

Repels: Repel, Super RepelMax Repel

Balls: Great BallUltra Ball

Berries/Seeds:

Other: Silk Scarf, Black Belt, Nugget, Dome Fossil, Hard Stone, Soft Sand, Old Amber

 

Mt. Ember (outside):

Potions: Potion, Hyper Potion, Awakening

Repels:

Balls: Great Ball, Ultra Ball

Berries/Seeds:

Other: Hard Stone, Antidote, Charcoal, Sharp Beak, Black Belt

 

Mt. Ember (Inside):

Potions: Super Potion

Repels:

Balls: Super Ball

Berries/Seeds:

Other: Everstone

 

TWO ISLAND

 

Cape Brink:

Potions: Hyper Potion

Repels: Repel, Super Repel, Max Repel

Balls: Poke Ball, Great Ball

Berries/Seeds:

Other: Sun Stone, Miracle Seed, Silk Scarf, Black Glasses, Mystic Water, Water Stone

 

THREE ISLAND

 

Three Isle Path:

Confirmed no loot(No encounters possible)

 

Three Isle Port:

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries/Seeds:

Other:

 

Bond Bridge

Potions: Potion, Super Potion, Hyper Potion

Repels: Repel, Super Repel, Max Repel

Balls: Poke BallGreat Ball, Ultra Ball

Berries/Seeds:

Other: Miracle Seed, Silk Scarf

 

Berry Forest

Potions: PotionSuper Potion

Repels: Repel, Super Repel

Balls: Poke Ball, Great Ball, Ultra Ball

Berries/Seeds: Pecha Berry, Bluk Berry, Cheri Berry, Liechi Berry, Pinap Berry, Rawst Berry, Aspear Berry, Oran Berry, Wepear Berry, Chesto Berry, Persim Berry, Razz Berry

Other: Leftovers, Sunstone, Leafstone, Miracle Seed, Revival Herb

 

FOUR ISLAND

 

FOUR ISLAND PONDS:

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries/Seeds:

Other:

 

Icefall Cave:

Potions: Potion, Hyper Potion

Repels: Repel, Max Repel

Balls: Poke Ball, Great Ball, Ultra Ball

Berries/Seeds:

Other: Mystic Water, King's Rock, Stardust, Star Piece, Nevermeltice, Big pearl, Pearl, Waterstone

 

FIVE ISLAND

 

Water Labyrinth: 

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries/Seeds:

Other:

 

Resort Gorgeous:

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries/Seeds:

Other:

 

Lost Cave: 

Potions: Hyper Potion

Repels: Max Repel

Balls: Ultra Ball

Berries/Seeds:

Other: Sea Incense, Lax Incense, Spell Tag, Silk Scarf

 

Five Isle Meadow: 

Potions:

Repels: Repel

Balls: Ultra Ball

Berries/Seeds:

Other: Up-grade, Blackglasses

 

Memorial Pillar:

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries/Seeds:

Other:

 

SIX ISLAND

 

Water Path: 

Potions: Potion, Hyper Potion

Repels: Repel, Max Repel

Balls: Great Ball, Ultra Ball

Berries/Seeds:

Other: Silk Scarf, Sharp Beak, Miracle Seed

 

Ruin Valley: 

Potions: Hyper Potion

Repels: Repel, Max Repel

Balls: Ultra Ball

Berries/Seeds:

Other: Silk Scarf

 

Pattern Bush:

Potions: Potion, Hyper Potion

Repels: Repel, Super Repel, Max Repel

Balls: Poke Ball

Berries/Seeds:

Other: Silverpowder

 

Green Path:

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries/Seeds:

Other:

 

Outcast Island:

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries/Seeds:

Other:

 

Altering Cave:

Potions: Hyper Potion

Repels: Repel, Max Repel

Balls: Poke Ball, Great Ball, Ultra Ball

Berries/Seeds:

Other: Dragon Fang, Metal Coat, Berry Juice

 

SEVEN ISLAND

 

Trainer Tower: 

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries/Seeds:

Other:

 

Canyon Entrance:

Potions: Super Potion

Repels: Max Repel

Balls: Ultra Ball

Berries/Seeds:

Other: Silk Scarf, Sharp Beak

 

Sevault Canyon:

Potions: Hyper Potion

Repels: Max Repel

Balls: Ultra Ball

Berries/Seeds:

Other: Silk Scarf, Sharp Beak

 

Tanoby Ruins:

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries/Seeds:

Other:

 

Tabony Chambers:

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries/Seeds:

Other:

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Hoenn

 

Routes

 

Route 102:

Potions: Potion

Repels:

Balls: Poke Ball

Berries/Seeds: Plain Dry

Other:

 

Route 110:

Potions: Potion, Super Potion

Repels: Super Repel

Balls: Poke Ball

Berries/Seeds: Plain Spicy

Other:

 

Route 111:

Potions: Super Potion

Repels: Repel

Balls: Poke Ball, Great Ball

Berries/Seeds:

Other: Soft Sand, Poison Barb

 

Route 112:

Potions: Potion, Super Potion

Repels: Super Repel

Balls: Poke Ball, Great Ball

Berries/Seeds: Plain Sour, Plain Bitter, Plain Spicy

Other:

 

Route 113:

Potions: Potion, Super Potion

Repels: Repel, Super Repel

Balls: Great Ball

Berries/Seeds:

Other: Charcoal, Metal Coat

 

Route 114:

Potions: Potion, Super Potion

Repels: Super Repel

Balls: Poke Ball, Great Ball

Berries/Seeds: Plain Sour, Plain Sweet, Plain Spicy, Plain Bitter

Other: Miracle Seed, Pearl, Mystic Water, Star Piece, Poison Barb

 

Route 115:

Potions: Potion, Potion

Repels: Repel

Balls: Poke Ball

Berries/Seeds: Plain Spicy, Plain Sour, Plain Dry, Plain Bitter

Other:

 

Route 116:

Potions: Potion

Repels: Repel

Balls:

Berries/Seeds: Plain Dry, Plain Bitter

Other:

 

Route 117:

Potions: Super Potion

Repels: Super Repel

Balls: Great Ball

Berries/Seeds: Plain Sour

Other:

 

Route 119:

Potions:

Repels:

Balls: Poke Ball

Berries/Seeds: Plain Spicy Seeds

Other: Mystic Water, Poison Barb

 

Route 120:

Seeds: Plain Bitter, Plain Sour, Plain Spicy, Plain Sweet

 

Route 123:

Potions: Super Potion

Repels:

Balls: Great Ball

Berries/Seeds: Plain Bitter Seeds

Other:

 

Rusturf Tunnel:

Potions: 

Repels: Repel

Balls: Poke Ball

Berries/Seeds:

Other:

 

Artisan Cave:

Potions: Potion, Super Potion, Hyper Potion

Repels: Super Repel, Super Repel, Max Repel

Balls: Poke BallGreat Ball, Ultra Ball

Berries/Seeds:

Other: Energy Root, Energy root, Silk Scarf

 

Shoal Cave:

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries/Seeds:

Other: Shoal Salts, Shoal Shells, Hard Stone, Nevermeltice

 

Sootopolis:

Potions: Potion, Super Potion

Repels: Repel, Super Repel

Balls: Poke Ball, Great Ball

Berries/Seeds:

Other: Poison Barb, Stardust, Mystic Water

 

Petalburg(surfing):

Potions: Super Potion

Repels: Repel, Super Repel

Balls: Great Ball

Berries/Seeds:

Other: 

 

Meteor Falls:

Potions:

Repels: Super Repel, Max Repel

Balls: Great Ball, Ultra Ball

Berries/Seeds:

Other: Sun Stone, Energy Root

 

Sky Pillar:

Potions:

Repels: Super Repel, Max Repel

Balls: Great Ball, Ultra Ball

Berries/Seeds:

Other: Spell Tag

 

Victory Road:

Potions:

Repels: Super Repel

Balls: Great Ball

Berries/Seeds:

Other: Metal Coat, Energy Root

 

Granite Cave:

Potions: Potion

Repels: Repel

Balls: Poke Ball

Berries/Seeds:

Other: Metal Coat, Energy Root

 

New Mauville:

Potions: Potion

Repels: Super Repel

Balls: Poke Ball, Great ball

Berries/Seeds:

Other: Thunderstone, Magnet, Black Belt

 

 

Ever Grande City:

Potions: Potion, Super Potion

Repels: Repel

Balls: Poke Ball, Great Ball

Berries/Seeds:

Other: Big Pearl, Mystic Water, Poison Barb, Starpiece, Stardust

 

Altering Cave:

Seems like no loot can be found. May need to be confirmed.

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I'm going to leave the old list of loot here, just in case it's needed in the future.

Kanto

Routes

 

Route 1:

Potions: Potion

Repels: Repel

Balls: Poke Ball

Berries: Oran

Other: Antidote

 

Route 2:

Potions: Potion

Repels: 

Balls: Poke Ball

Berries: Oran

Other: Antidote

 

Route 3:

Potions: Potion

Repels:

Balls: Poke Ball

Berries:

Other: Escape Rope

 

Route 4:

Potions:

Repels: Repel

Balls:

Berries: Oran

Other:

 

Route 5:

Potions: Potion

Repels: Repel, Super Repel

Balls: Poke Ball, Great Ball

Berries:

Other: Sun Stone, Antidote

 

Route 6:

Potions: Potion

Repels: Repel, Max Repel

Balls: Poke Ball

Berries: Chesto, Pecha, Lappa, Persim, Iapapa

Other: Antidote

 

Route 7:

Potions: Potion, Super Potion

Repels: Repel, Super Repel

Balls: Poke Ball, Great Ball

Berries: Petaya, Lansat, Starf, Ganlon, Apicot, Liechi

Other:

 

Route 8:

Potions: Potion, Super Potion

Repels: Repel, Super Repel

Balls: Great Ball

Berries: Liechi, Apicot, Sitrus, Salac, Starf

Other:

 

Route 9:

Potions:

Repels: Repel

Balls: Poke Ball, Great Ball

Berries: Persim

Other:

 

Route 10:

Potions: Potion

Repels: Repel, Super Repel

Balls: Poke Ball

Berries: Persim, Rawst, Pecha

Other: Metal Coat, Magnet

 

Route 11:

Potions: Potion, Super Potion

Repels: Repel, Super Repel

Balls: Poke Ball, Great Ball

Berries: Lappa, Persim, Rawst, Aspear

Other: Poison Barb

 

Route 12:

Potions: Super Potion, Hyper Potion

Repels: Super Repel, Max Repel

Balls: Great Ball, Ultra Ball

Berries: Mago, Aguav, Wiki, Figy

Other: Sun Stone, Stick

 

Route 13: 

Potions: Super Potion

Repels:

Balls: Great Ball

Berries: Figy, Mago

Other: Stick, Metal Powder

 

Route 14:

Potions: Hyper Potion

Repels: Super Repel

Balls: Great Ball

Berries: Figy, Iapapa

Other: Sun Stone, Stick, Metal Powder

 

Route 15:

Potions: Super Potion, Hyper Potion

Repels: Repel

Balls: Great Ball, Ultra ball

Berries: Wiki, Iapapa, Aguav, Figy

Other: Sun Stone, Metal Powder

 

Route 16:

Potions: Super Potion

Repels: Repel, Super Repel

Balls: Poke Ball

Berries: Sitrus, Starf

Other:

 

Route 17:

Potions:

Repels: Super Repel

Balls: Great Ball

Berries: Sitrus, Petaya

Other:

 

Route 18: 

Potions:

Repels: Super Repel

Balls: Great Ball, Ultra Ball

Berries: Iapapa, Wiki

Other: Sharp Beak

 

Route 19:

Potions: 

Repels: Super Repel

Balls: Ultra Ball

Berries:

Other: Yellow Shard

 

Route 20:

Potions: 

Repels:

Balls:

Berries:

Other: Poison Barb(surfing)

 

Route 21:

Potions: Super Potion, Hyper Potion

Repels: Super Repel, Max Repel

Balls: Great Ball, Ultra Ball

Berries: Wiki, Mago, Aguav, Figy

Other: Miracle Seed, Sun Stone

 

Route 22:

Potions: Potion

Repels:

Balls: Poke Ball

Berries:

Other:

 

Route 23:

Potions: Super Potion, Hyper Potion

Repels: Max Repel

Balls: Great Ball, Ultra Ball

Berries: Salac, Petaya

Other: Black Belt, Sharp Beak

 

Route 24: 

Potions: Potion

Repels: Repel

Balls:

Berries: Persim, Aspear

Other: Miracle Seed, Silver Powder

 

Route 25:

Potions: Potion

Repels: Repel

Balls: Poke Ball

Berries: Persim, Rawst

Other:

 

Cities

 

Pallet Town:

Potions:

Repels: Max Repel

Balls:

Berries:

Other: King's Rock, Water Stone, Poison Barb(surfing)

 

Pewter City:

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries:

Other:

 

Viridian City:

Potions:

Repels: Super Repel

Balls: Great Ball

Berries:

Other: Poison Barb(surfing)

 

Cerulean Cave:

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries:

Other:

 

Lavender City:

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries:

Other:

 

Saffron City:

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries:

Other:

 

Celadon City:

No loot found.

Possibly doesn't have any, needs to be confirmed.

 

Vermilion City:

Potions: Super Potion

Repels: Super Repel

Balls: Great Ball

Berries:

Other: Stardust Starpiece, Pearl, Big Pearl, Dragon Scale, Yellow Shard, Red Shard

 

Fuchsia City: 

Potions: Super Potion

Repels: Super Repel

Balls: Great Ball

Berries:

Other:

 

Cinnabar Island:

Potions: Hyper Potion

Repels: Max Repel

Balls: Great Ball

Berries:

Other: Star Piece, Star Dust, Poison Barb, Yellow Shard, Red Shard, Dragon Scale

 

Caves/Forest/Other

 

Viridian Forest:

Potions: Potion

Repels:

Balls: Poke Ball

Berries: Oran

Other: Antidote, Light Ball, Leaf Stone

 

Diglett's Cave:

Potions: Super Potion, Max Potion

Repels: Repel

Balls: Poke Ball, Great Ball

Berries:

Other: Ether, Hard Stone

 

Mt. Moon: 

Potions: Potion

Repels: Repel

Balls: Poke Ball

Berries:

Other: Escape Rope, Tiny Mushroom, Big Mushroom, Everstone, Hard Stone, Moon Stone, Dome Fossil, Helix Fossil

 

Cerulean Cave: 

Potions: Super Potion, Hyper Potion

Repels: Super Repel, Max Repel

Balls: Great Ball, Ultra Ball

Berries:

Other: Black Belt, Metal Coat, Magnet, Twisted Spoon, Metal Powder, Tiny Mushroom, Big Mushroom, Leftovers(fishing)

 

Rock Tunnel:

Potions: Potion, Super Potion

Repels:

Balls: Poke Ball, Great Ball

Berries:

Other: Everstone, Ether, Hard Stone, Escape Rope, Revive

 

Power Plant: 

Potions: Potion, Super Potion

Repels: Super Repel

Balls: Great Ball

Berries:

Other: Light Ball, Magnet, Metal Coat, Thunderstone

 

Lavender tower: 

Potions: Super Potion

Repels: Repel, Super Repel

Balls: Poke Ball, Great Ball

Berries:

Other: Spell Tag, Escape Rope, Thick Club

 

Pokemon Mansion:

No loot found.

 

Seafoam Island:

Potions: Super Potion

Repels: Super Repel, Max Repel

Balls:

Berries:

Other: Mystic Water, Nevermeltice, Water Stone, Escape Rope, King's Rock

 

Victory Road:

Potions: Super Potion, Hyper Potion

Repels: Super Repel, Max Repel

Balls: Great Ball, Ultra Ball

Berries:

Other: Hard Stone, Thick Club, Black Belt

 

Islands

 

ONE ISLAND

 

Treasure Beach:

Potions: 

Repels: Max Repel(Fishing)

Balls:

Berries:

Other:

 

Kindle Road:

Potions: Super Potion, Hyper Potion

Repels: Max Repel

Balls: Great Ball

Berries: Sitrus, Liechi, Petaya

Other: Black Belt, Nugget, Miracle Seed

 

Mt. Ember (outside):

Potions: Super Potion, Hyper Potion

Repels: Super Repel, Max Repel

Balls: Great Ball, Ultra Ball

Berries: Salac, Sitrus, Apicot, Lansat, Starf, Ganlon

Other: Charcoal, Sharp Beak, Fire Stone, Hard Stone, Black Belt

 

Mt. Ember (Inside):

Potions: Super Potion, Hyper Potion

Repels: Super Repel, Max Repel

Balls: Great Ball, Ultra Ball

Berries:

Other: Black Belt, Fire Stone, Everstone, Charcoal

 

TWO ISLAND

 

Cape Brink:

Potions:

Repels:

Balls: Ultra Ball

Berries: Starf

Other: Miracle Seed, Sun Stone, Black Glasses

 

THREE ISLAND

 

Three Isle Path:

Confirmed no loot(No encounters possible)

 

Three Isle Port:

No loot found.

Possibly doesn't have any, needs to be confirmed.

 

Bond Bridge

Potions: Super Postion, Hyper Potion

Repels: Super Repel, Max Repel

Balls: Great Ball, Ultra Ball

Berries: Lansat, Salac, Liechi, Apicot, Sitrus, Starf, Petaya, Ganlon

Other: Miracle Seed

NOTE: You can no longer obtain Silk Scarfs from this location.

 

Berry Forest

Potions: Super Postion, Hyper Potion

Repels: Super Repel, Max Repel

Balls: Great Ball, Ultra Ball

Berries: Sirus, Apicot, Kelpsy, Grepa, Lansat, Salac, Hondew, Pomeg

Other: Leftovers, Miracle Seed, Sun Stone, Leaf Stone

 

FOUR ISLAND

 

FOUR ISLAND PONDS:

No loot found.

 

Icefall Cave:

Potions: Super Potion, Hyper Potion

Repels: Max Repel

Balls: Great Ball, Ultra Ball

Berries:

Other: Pearl, Big Pearl, Mystic Water, Nevermeltice, Water Stone, Escape Rope, King's Rock

 

FIVE ISLAND

 

Water Labyrinth: 

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries:

Other:

 

Resort Gorgeous:

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries:

Other:

 

Lost Cave: 

Potions: Super Potion, Hyper Potion

Repels: Super Repel, Max Repel

Balls: Great Ball, Ultra Ball

Berries:

Other: Silk Scarfs, Spell Tag

 

 

Five Isle Meadow: 

Potions: Super Potion

Repels: Super Repel

Balls: Great Ball, Ultra Ball

Berries: Qualot, Grepa, Razz, Pomeg, Tomato, Nanab

Other: Up-Grade, Black Glasses

 

Memorial Pillar:

Potions: Hyper Potion

Repels: Super Repel, Max Repel

Balls: Great Ball, Ultra Ball

Berries: Nanab, Kelpsy, Hondew, Wepear

Other:

 

SIX ISLAND

 

Water Path: 

Potions: Super Potion, Hyper Potion

Repels:

Balls: Great ball, Ultra Ball

Berries:

Other:

 

Ruin Valley: 

Potions: Hyper Potion

Repels: Super Repel

Balls: Great Ball

Berries: Spelon

Other:

 

Pattern Bush:

Potions: Hyper Potion

Repels: Max Repel

Balls: Great Ball, Ultra Ball

Berries: Magost, Cornn, Rabuta

Other: Silverpowder

 

Green Path:

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries:

Other:

 

Outcast Island:

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries:

Other:

 

Altering Cave:

Potions: Super Potion

Repels: Max Repel

Balls: Ultra Ball

Berries:

Other: Berry Juice, Dragon Fang, Metal Coat, Hard Stone

 

SEVEN ISLAND

 

Trainer Tower: 

Potions:

Repels:

Balls:

Berries:

Other:

 

Canyon Entrance:

Potions: Hyper Potion

Repels: Super Repel, Max Repel

Balls: Great Ball, Ultra Ball

Berries: Kelpsy, Qualot, Pamtre, Durin

Other: Sharp Beak

 

Sevault Canyon:

Potions: Hyper Potion

Repels: Super Repel, Max Repel

Balls: Great Ball, Ultra Ball

Berries: Spelon, Watmel, Belue, Qualot, Tomato

Other: Sharp Beak

 

Tanoby Ruins:

Potions:

Repels: Super Repel, Max Repel

Balls: Ultra Ball

Berries:

Other: Dragon Scale

 

Tabony Chambers:

No loot found.

Possibly doesn't have any, needs to be confirmed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you notice any spelling/grammar mistakes or anything else that isn't right please inform me as English is not my first language.

 

Ok I may be lying about English not being my first language, it's a good excuse though.

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Is this your subtle way of saying that you want Linoone back?

 

 

Also, pickup will trigger if you catch a pokemon,

 

Worth noting as well that Linoone has access to trick which can help when you're farming items(such as in the power plant should you be looking for Metal coat/Magnet/Light ball). 

 

[spoiler]Also thank you for making this guide because I've been sorely tempted to.[/spoiler]

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Need to correct you on how pick up works, you don't kill the pokemon. You faint them.

 

 

I don't do fainting, I kill.

 

 

Like repeatedly abusing them to the point of near-death and leaving them to lick their wounds 

is a better image? Violence is violence no matter how you sugarcoat it. 

 

Great job on putting this guide together Kaynine. The community will benefit. 

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Is this your subtle way of saying that you want Linoone back?

 

 

Also, pickup will trigger if you catch a pokemon,

 

Worth noting as well that Linoone has access to trick which can help when you're farming items(such as in the power plant should you be looking for Metal coat/Magnet/Light ball). 

 

[spoiler]Also thank you for making this guide because I've been sorely tempted to.[/spoiler]

No Goldeneyes. This is a subtle way me of telling you to go and explore the world with my Linoone and go do some research.

*Pats on head*

 

Also, pickup will trigger if you catch a pokemon,

Already noted.

 

Worth noting as well that Linoone has access to trick which can help when you're farming items(such as in the power plant should you be looking for Metal coat/Magnet/Light ball). 

Will Note

 

 

Thank you for your excellent contribution Goldeneyes, as usual.

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Did some encounters in vermillion today

Super Potion, Stardust, Starpiece, Pearl, Big Pearl, Dragon Scale

 

Edit: Just picked up a red shard 

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Did some encounters in vermillion today

Super Potion, Stardust, Starpiece, Pearl, Big Pearl, Dragon Scale

 

Edit: Just picked up a red shard 

Thank you, updated.

 

Is that fishing or Surfing out of curiosity? 

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Thank you, updated.

 

Is that fishing or Surfing out of curiosity? 

Fishing, red shard came from a gyara and neither of the pearls from a shellder, was just random

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So; First in party must be a poke with Ability Pick-up.
But does the first poke also have to sweep to get the item?
Or can you switch to your main sweeper with the same effort?

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So; First in party must be a poke with Ability Pick-up.
But does the first poke also have to sweep to get the item?
Or can you switch to your main sweeper with the same effort?

I think you can switch to your sweeper as long as your Pickup Pokemon is your first party member and is alive.

 

I'v never actually tried though.

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Finally we going to get this going in a good way :)
I'm always doing encounters so i will be posting updates.

EDIT: From my experience, Pickup rate is indeed area based. Some areas have much higher rates than others.

___________
Route 1:

32 Encounters - 1 Pokeball.

___________

Route 22:

32 Encounters - 1 Pokeball, 1 Potion

 

___________
Viridian City:

32 (Surfing) Encounters - Nothing

___________
Route 2:

 

32 Encounters - 1 Antidote, 1 Oran Berry, 1 Pokeball.

___________
Route 3:

32 Encounters - 1 Escape Rope, 2 Pokeball, 1 Potion

___________


Done for today :)
 

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Finally we going to get this going in a good way :)
I'm always doing encounters so i will be posting updates.

EDIT: From my experience, Pickup rate is indeed area based. Some areas have much higher rates than others.

___________
Route 1:

32 Encounters - 1 Pokeball.

___________

Route 22:

32 Encounters - 1 Pokeball, 1 Potion

 

___________
Viridian City:

32 (Surfing) Encounters - Nothing

___________
Route 2:

 

32 Encounters - 1 Antidote, 1 Oran Berry, 1 Pokeball.

___________
Route 3:

32 Encounters - 1 Escape Rope, 2 Pokeball, 1 Potion

___________


Done for today :)
 

Thank you, will update now.

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Extra:

Canyon Entrance: Great Ball.


also:

"Fuchsia City:

None

 

Fuchsia City: 

Super Potion, Super Repel, Great Ball"

Duplicated on guide :P

 

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Extra:

Canyon Entrance: Great Ball.


also:

"Fuchsia City:

None

 

Fuchsia City: 

Super Potion, Super Repel, Great Ball"

Duplicated on guide :P

 

 

Fixed & Updated. Good job.

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Panach   

I think you can switch to your sweeper as long as your Pickup Pokemon is your first party member and is alive.

 

I'v never actually tried though.

 

You can switch, it works. And better : it works even if your pickup pokemon faints during the battle.

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You can switch, it works. And better : it works even if your pickup pokemon faints during the battle.

How is it better if your Pickup Pokemon faints in battle? You would need to heal it before a new encounter? I'v tried using pickup while its faint, it didn't work.

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So; First in party must be a poke with Ability Pick-up.
But does the first poke also have to sweep to get the item?
Or can you switch to your main sweeper with the same effort?

it doesn't need to be the Pickup user to sweep, you can switch.

Mt. Ember (outside): Sitrus Berry, Apicot Berry, Lansat Berry

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How is it better if your Pickup Pokemon faints in battle? You would need to heal it before a new encounter? I'v tried using pickup while its faint, it didn't work.

 

I mean, if it faints (by accident), you still can pick up. That's a good thing.

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