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HG/SS Item info update

Discussion in 'Archives' started by eric the espeon, Nov 28, 2009.

  1. eric the espeon

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    Status - Done. Needs checks and adding.

    Now have info on virtually everything needed. Have done a quickish lookthrough for errors, but there may still be a few. Checks appreciated. Places marked with a # have notes for whoever upload this.

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    [NAME]
    Gracidea
    [SHORT DESC]
    Transforms Shaymin into Shaymin-S.
    [LONG DESC]
    When used on a Shaymin it will change forme into Shaymin-S, can't be used if the Shaymin is frozen or it is night. The form change will be reversed if the Pokemon becomes frozen, night falls, or it is placed in the Pokemon Storage System. Cannot be activated in Link or Wi-Fi Battles.


    [NAME]
    Secret Key
    [SHORT DESC]
    Unlocks the room where Rotom's forme is changed.
    [LONG DESC]
    Opens the door to a room in the Galactic Eterna Building where five appliances are found. Interacting with the appliances causes Rotom to change formes.


    [NAME]
    Apricorn Case
    [SHORT DESC]
    Stores Apricorns.
    [LONG DESC]
    Stores Apricorns picked from Apricorn Trees.

    [NAME]
    Apricorn Shaker
    [SHORT DESC]
    Mixes Apricorns into Apricorn drinks.
    [LONG DESC]
    When Apricorns are placed in it, Apricorn drinks to increase perfomence at the Pokethon are formed after 100 steps. Smoothness of the drink increases with time and steps taken.


    [NAME]
    Unown Notebook
    [SHORT DESC]
    Records Unown caught.
    [LONG DESC]
    Keeps a record of which forms of Unown the player has caught in a similar way to how a Pokedex does for species.


    [NAME]
    Berry Planter
    [SHORT DESC]
    Portable plant pot for growing Berries.
    [LONG DESC]
    Allows Berries to be grown without the need loamy soil which is missing in HeartGold and SoulSilver. Has four pots, each of which can contain one growing Berry Plant. Berry plants may be tended to while in the pots.


    [NAME]
    Itemfinder
    [SHORT DESC]
    Indicates whether an invisible item is nearby.
    [LONG DESC]
    When used out of battle, indicates the presence and direction of an invisible item.

    (# rewrote this one from the RS description, think its more informative this way)

    [NAME]
    Blue Card
    [SHORT DESC]
    Allows questions to be answered on a radio show.
    [LONG DESC]
    Allows questions to be answered on a radio show, and keeps track of points earned this way. The points can be exchanged for items.


    [NAME]
    Slowpoketail
    [SHORT DESC]
    Can be sold for 4900 Poké Dollars. No other use.
    [LONG DESC]
    Can be sold for 4900 Poké Dollars. No other use.


    [NAME]
    Clear Bell
    [SHORT DESC]
    Summons Ho-Oh.
    [LONG DESC]
    Summons Ho-Oh in HeartGold.


    [NAME]
    Card Key
    [SHORT DESC]
    Opens a door in the Radio Tower.
    [LONG DESC]
    Opens a door on the third floor of the Radio Tower when Team Rocket has taken control of it.


    [NAME]
    Basement Key
    [SHORT DESC]
    Allows entry to the basement of the Goldenrod Department Store.
    [LONG DESC]
    Allows entry to the basement of the Goldenrod Department Store from the Underground Path.


    [NAME]
    Squirtbottle
    [SHORT DESC]
    Wakes Sudowoodo.
    [LONG DESC]
    Causes an overworld Sudowoodo to battle the player, allowing passage. Also used for watering Berries in the Berry Planter.


    [NAME]
    Red Scale
    [SHORT DESC]
    Exchange for EXP. Share.
    [LONG DESC]
    Give to Mr. Pokemon in exchange for an EXP. Share.
    #


    [NAME]
    Lost Item
    [SHORT DESC]
    Exchange for Pass.
    [LONG DESC]
    Give to Copycat in exchange for the Pass.
    #translation of names different between RBGs and bulba/other places.


    [NAME]
    Machine Part
    [SHORT DESC]
    Restores the Magnet Train.
    [LONG DESC]
    Restores the Magnet Train when brought to the Power Plant.


    [NAME]
    Silver Wing
    [SHORT DESC]
    Allows Lugia to be encountered.
    [LONG DESC]
    Allows Lugia to be encountered in the Whirl Islands.


    [NAME]
    Rainbow Wing
    [SHORT DESC]
    Allows Ho-Oh to be encountered.
    [LONG DESC]
    Allows Ho-Oh to be encountered in the Tin Tower.


    [NAME]
    Mystery Egg
    [SHORT DESC]
    A mysterious Egg for Prof. Elm.
    [LONG DESC]
    A mysterious Egg to be given to Prof. Elm to study.
    #


    [NAME]
    Wht Apricorn
    [SHORT DESC]
    Can be made into a Fast Ball.
    [LONG DESC]
    If given to Kurt he will make a Fast Ball from it.


    [NAME]
    Ylw Apricorn
    [SHORT DESC]
    Can be made into a Moon Ball.
    [LONG DESC]
    If given to Kurt he will make a Moon Ball from it.


    [NAME]
    Blu Apricorn
    [SHORT DESC]
    Can be made into a Lure Ball.
    [LONG DESC]
    If given to Kurt he will make a Lure Ball from it.


    [NAME]
    Grn Apricorn
    [SHORT DESC]
    Can be made into a Friend Ball.
    [LONG DESC]
    If given to Kurt he will make a Friend Ball from it.


    [NAME]
    Pnk Apricorn
    [SHORT DESC]
    Can be made into a Love Ball.
    [LONG DESC]
    If given to Kurt he will make a Love Ball from it.


    [NAME]
    Red Apricorn
    [SHORT DESC]
    Can be made into a Level Ball.
    [LONG DESC]
    If given to Kurt he will make a Level Ball from it.


    [NAME]
    Blk Apricorn
    [SHORT DESC]
    Can be made into a Heavy Ball.
    [LONG DESC]
    If given to Kurt he will make a Heavy Ball from it.

    ######### added most up to here
    [NAME]
    Fast Ball
    [SHORT DESC]
    A ball used to catch Pokémon that is more effective against Pokemon that flee.
    [LONG DESC]
    A type of Pokéball used to catch Pokémon. Cannot be used during Trainer, Link, or Wi-Fi Battles.

    Fast Ball has a capture modifier of *1. When used against Abra, Dragonair, Dratini, Eevee, Entei, Grimer, Latias, Latios, Magnemite, Mr. Mime, Porygon, Quagsire, Raikou, Suicune, or Tangela, this modifier becomes *4.


    [NAME]
    Level Ball
    [SHORT DESC]
    A ball used to catch Pokémon that is more effective against lower level Pokemon.
    [LONG DESC]
    A type of Pokéball used to catch Pokémon. Cannot be used during Trainer, Link, or Wi-Fi Battles.

    The capture modifier changes depending on the relative levels of the Trainer's and wild Pokemon. If the level of the wild Pokemon is:
    The same or higher: *1
    Lower: *2
    Half or less: *4
    A quarter or less: *8


    [NAME]
    Lure Ball
    [SHORT DESC]
    A ball used to catch Pokémon that is more effective against Pokemon hooked by a fishing rod.
    [LONG DESC]
    A type of Pokéball used to catch Pokémon. Cannot be used during Trainer, Link, or Wi-Fi Battles.

    Lure Ball has a capture modifier of *1. When used against Pokemon hooked by a fishing rod, this modifier becomes *3.


    [NAME]
    Heavy Ball
    [SHORT DESC]
    A ball used to catch Pokémon that is more effective against heavy Pokemon.
    [LONG DESC]
    A type of Pokéball used to catch Pokémon. Cannot be used during Trainer, Link, or Wi-Fi Battles.

    Unlike other balls with differing effectiveness, Heavy Ball always has a capture modifier of *1. However it changes the target's base catch rate by a number depending on it's weight, according to the following table:

    Under 100kg: -30
    Between 100kg and 200kg: +0
    Between 200kg and 300kg: +20
    More than 300kg: +30


    (# getting conflicting info from different sources, will look into further. Edit: Can't get the sources to agree, Serebii, Bulbapedia and Smogon's GS page all disagree with eachother and none of the other decent itemdexes I can find have it. I think from the other item info bulba is probably the most reliable, and it's values are very close to Serebii's. Since its a very minor point (and only matters against Pokemon it should never be used against).. either this can go up and be edited when we have confirmation, or you can just put a note saying something like "The exact figures need research.". I posted in the research thread in case anyone else can get confirmation.)


    [NAME]
    Love Ball
    [SHORT DESC]
    A ball used to catch Pokémon that is more effective against against Pokemon of the opposite gender.
    [LONG DESC]
    A type of Pokéball used to catch Pokémon. Cannot be used during Trainer, Link, or Wi-Fi Battles.

    Love Ball has a capture modifier of *1. When used against Pokemon of the opposite gender to the Trainer's Pokemon, this modifier becomes *8.


    [NAME]
    Friend Ball
    [SHORT DESC]
    A ball used to catch Pokémon that makes them happier.
    [LONG DESC]
    A type of Pokéball used to catch Pokémon. Cannot be used during Trainer, Link, or Wi-Fi Battles.

    Friend Ball has a capture modifier of *1. Caught Pokémon start with a happiness value of 200 rather that what is normal for their species.


    [NAME]
    Moon Ball
    [SHORT DESC]
    A ball used to catch Pokémon that is more effective against Pokemon that evolve with a Moon Stone.
    [LONG DESC]
    A type of Pokéball used to catch Pokémon. Cannot be used during Trainer, Link, or Wi-Fi Battles.

    Moon Ball has a capture modifier of *1. When used against Pokemon that evolves via Moon Stone, this modifier becomes *4.


    [NAME]
    Compé Ball
    [SHORT DESC]
    A ball used to catch Pokémon in Bug Catching Contests.
    [LONG DESC]
    A type of Pokéball used to catch Pokémon that may only be used in National Park Bug-Catching Contest. Cannot be used during Trainer, Link, or Wi-Fi Battles (and can only be obtained outside a Bug-Catching Contest with a hacking device).

    Compé Ball has a capture modifier of *1.


    [NAME]
    Photo Album
    [SHORT DESC]
    Holds Photos. Unobtainable.
    [LONG DESC]
    A beta item originally intended to take and store photos but replaced by a function of the PC. Can only be obtained with use of a hacking device.


    [NAME]
    GB Player
    [SHORT DESC]
    Changes background music to and from 8-bit tracks from Gold and Silver.
    [LONG DESC]
    Changes background music to and from 8-bit tracks from Gold and Silver. Does not affect other sounds.


    [NAME]
    Tide Bell
    [SHORT DESC]
    Summons Lugia.
    [LONG DESC]
    Summons Lugia in SouldSilver.


    [NAME]
    Rage Candy Bar
    [SHORT DESC]
    Exchange for TM 64.
    [LONG DESC]
    Can be traded for TM 64 in the Cerulean/Vermillion Underground. Unlike in GSC it does not restore 20 HP, and is now a Key Item.


    [NAME]
    Data Card 01
    [SHORT DESC]
    Stores and displays Pokéthlon records.
    [LONG DESC]
    Records the number of times the player has come first overall.


    [NAME]
    Data Card 02
    [SHORT DESC]
    Stores and displays Pokéthlon records.
    [LONG DESC]
    Records the number of times the player has come last overall.


    [NAME]
    Data Card 03
    [SHORT DESC]
    Stores and displays Pokéthlon records.
    [LONG DESC]
    Records the number of dashes in Pokéthlon events.


    [NAME]
    Data Card 04
    [SHORT DESC]
    Stores and displays Pokéthlon records.
    [LONG DESC]
    Records the number of jumps in Pokéthlon events.


    [NAME]
    Data Card 05
    [SHORT DESC]
    Stores and displays Pokéthlon records.
    [LONG DESC]
    Records the number of times the player has come first in the Dash Hurdle Pokéthlon.


    [NAME]
    Data Card 06
    [SHORT DESC]
    Stores and displays Pokéthlon records.
    [LONG DESC]
    Records the number of times the player has come first in the Change Relay Pokéthlon.


    [NAME]
    Data Card 07
    [SHORT DESC]
    Stores and displays Pokéthlon records.
    [LONG DESC]
    Records the number of times the player has come first in the Steal Flag Pokéthlon.


    [NAME]
    Data Card 08
    [SHORT DESC]
    Stores and displays Pokéthlon records.
    [LONG DESC]
    Records the number of times the player has come first in the Break Block Pokéthlon.


    [NAME]
    Data Card 09
    [SHORT DESC]
    Stores and displays Pokéthlon records.
    [LONG DESC]
    Records the number of times the player has come first in the Catch Saucer Pokéthlon.


    [NAME]
    Data Card 10
    [SHORT DESC]
    Stores and displays Pokéthlon records.
    [LONG DESC]
    Records the number of times the player has come first in the Shooting Snow Pokéthlon.


    [NAME]
    Data Card 11
    [SHORT DESC]
    Stores and displays Pokéthlon records.
    [LONG DESC]
    Records the number of points received in Pokéthlon events.


    [NAME]
    Data Card 12
    [SHORT DESC]
    Stores and displays Pokéthlon records.
    [LONG DESC]
    Records the number of times Pokemon have messed up in Pokéthlon events.


    [NAME]
    Data Card 13
    [SHORT DESC]
    Stores and displays Pokéthlon records.
    [LONG DESC]
    Records the number of times Pokemon have defeated themselves in Pokéthlon events.


    [NAME]
    Data Card 14
    [SHORT DESC]
    Stores and displays Pokéthlon records.
    [LONG DESC]
    Records the number of tackles in Pokéthlon events.


    [NAME]
    Data Card 15
    [SHORT DESC]
    Stores and displays Pokéthlon records.
    [LONG DESC]
    Records the number of falls in Pokéthlon events.


    [NAME]
    Data Card 16
    [SHORT DESC]
    Stores and displays Pokéthlon records.
    [LONG DESC]
    Records the number of times the player has come first in the Ring-Out Fight Pokéthlon.


    [NAME]
    Data Card 17
    [SHORT DESC]
    Stores and displays Pokéthlon records.
    [LONG DESC]
    Records the number of times the player has come first in the Bound Field Pokéthlon.


    [NAME]
    Data Card 18
    [SHORT DESC]
    Stores and displays Pokéthlon records.
    [LONG DESC]
    Records the number of times the player has come first in the Push Circle Pokéthlon.


    [NAME]
    Data Card 19
    [SHORT DESC]
    Stores and displays Pokéthlon records.
    [LONG DESC]
    Records the number of times the player has come first overall in wireless Pokéthlons.


    [NAME]
    Data Card 20
    [SHORT DESC]
    Stores and displays Pokéthlon records.
    [LONG DESC]
    Records the number of times the player has come last overall in wireless Pokéthlons.


    [NAME]
    Data Card 21
    [SHORT DESC]
    Stores and displays Pokéthlon records.
    [LONG DESC]
    Records the number of times the player has come first in all events.


    [NAME]
    Data Card 22
    [SHORT DESC]
    Stores and displays Pokéthlon records.
    [LONG DESC]
    Records the number of times the player has come last in all events.


    [NAME]
    Data Card 23
    [SHORT DESC]
    Stores and displays Pokéthlon records.
    [LONG DESC]
    Records the number of relives.


    [NAME]
    Data Card 24
    [SHORT DESC]
    Stores and displays Pokéthlon records.
    [LONG DESC]
    Records the number of times the player has come first in the Smash Goal Pokéthlon.


    [NAME]
    Data Card 25
    [SHORT DESC]
    Stores and displays Pokéthlon records.
    [LONG DESC]
    Records the number of individual award points earned.


    [NAME]
    Data Card 26
    [SHORT DESC]
    Stores and displays Pokéthlon records.
    [LONG DESC]
    Records the number of Pokemon touches in any Pokéthlon.


    [NAME]
    Data Card 27
    [SHORT DESC]
    Stores and displays Pokéthlon records.
    [LONG DESC]
    Records the total time spent on the Pokéthlon.


    [NAME]
    Green Orb
    [SHORT DESC]
    Makes Rayquaza appear in the Hidden Tower.
    [LONG DESC]
    Makes Rayquaza appear in the Hidden Tower.


    [NAME]
    Red Orb
    [SHORT DESC]
    Makes Groudon appear in the Hidden Tower.
    [LONG DESC]
    Makes Groudon appear in the Hidden Tower.


    [NAME]
    Blue Orb
    [SHORT DESC]
    Makes Kyogre appear in the Hidden Tower.
    [LONG DESC]
    Makes Kyogre appear in the Hidden Tower.


    [NAME]
    Mysterious Crystal
    [SHORT DESC]
    A Mysterious Crystal that allows the player to battle the Lati twins.
    [LONG DESC]
    A Mysterious Crystal that allows the player to battle Latios in HeartGold and Latias in SoulSilver.


    [NAME]
    Rock Capsule
    [SHORT DESC]
    Unknown.
    [LONG DESC]
    Unknown. Can't currently be obtained without a hacking device.
    (# can't find any info for it yet.. will keep looking.)


    ----------

    Missing DP items:

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    [NAME]
    Park Ball
    [SHORT DESC]
    A ball used to catch Pokémon only in Pal Park. Catches without fail.
    [LONG DESC]
    A type of Pokéball used to catch Pokémon. May only be used in Diamond, Pearl and Platinum's Pal Park. Has a 100% catch rate. Cannot be used during Trainer, Link, or Wi-Fi Battles (and can only be obtained outside a Pal Park with a hacking device).


    [NAME]
    Rule Book
    [SHORT DESC]
    No use. Only obtainable with a hacking device.
    [LONG DESC]
    A beta item intended to show rules for online trading with no use. Only obtainable with a hacking device.


    [NAME]
    Red Chain
    [SHORT DESC]
    No use. Only obtainable with a hacking device.
    [LONG DESC]
    [SHORT DESC]
    A beta item mentioned in the storyline with no use. Only obtainable with a hacking device.


    [NAME]
    Magma Rock
    [SHORT DESC]
    No use. Only obtainable with a hacking device.
    [LONG DESC]
    A beta item mentioned in the storyline under the name Magma Stone" that has no use. Only obtainable with a hacking device.


    [NAME]
    Azure Flute
    [SHORT DESC]
    Event item for Arceus.
    [LONG DESC]
    Event item which allows access to the Hall of Origin where Arceus can be battled. Currently it can only be obtained with a hacking device.


    [NAME]
    Contest Pass
    [SHORT DESC]
    No use. Only obtainable with a hacking device.
    [LONG DESC]
    A beta item with no use. Contests in Sinnoh do not require a pass to enter. Only obtainable with a hacking device.


    [NAME]
    S.S. Ticket
    [SHORT DESC]
    Allows entry to the S.S. Aqua.
    [LONG DESC]
    Allows the player to enter the S.S. Aqua.


    ------------------------------

    Changes/updates to existing items (will look for more):
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    [NAME]
    HM05
    [SHORT DESC]
    Teaches Defog to a Pokémon in DPP, and Whirlpool to a Pokémon in HGSS.
    [LONG DESC]
    Teaches Defog to a Pokémon in DPP, and Whirlpool to a Pokémon in HGSS. Unlimited uses.


    [NAME]
    Shoal Shell
    [SHORT DESC]
    No use.
    [LONG DESC]
    No use. Cannot be exchanged for A Shell Bell in Gen IV. Can only be obtained via Pal Park.


    [NAME]
    Shoal Salt
    [SHORT DESC]
    No use.
    [LONG DESC]
    No use. Cannot be exchanged for A Shell Bell in Gen IV. Can only be obtained via Pal Park.


    [NAME]
    Oval Stone
    [SHORT DESC]
    Hold item that causes Happiny to evolve into Chansey.
    [LONG DESC]
    If Happiny holds Oval Stone and is leveled up during the daytime it will evolve into Chansey.


    [NAME]
    Poke Radar
    [SHORT DESC]
    Locates hidden Pokémon in the grass.
    [LONG DESC]
    Locates hidden Pokémon in the grass. Used for Chaining(# link to http://www.smogon.com/ingame/guides/chaining).


    Please tell me if I'm doing something horribly wrong.
  2. twash

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    I will get these on-site once the list is fully finished. At a quick first glance, most of the issues are just standardization or capitalization errors which can be changed during upload. For example, use DPP instead of DPPt as the abbreviation for Diamond/Pearl/Platinum, and status (eg. frozen) is not capitalized.

    Otherwise it looks fine.
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    Is now a key item. It can be traded in the Cerulean/Vermillion Underground for TM64 (Explosion).
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    eric the espeon maybe I just misunderstood
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    Great, and thanks for the fixes. I will do a more careful check over this once all the items are in to avoid more things like those.

    ah, silly mistake. looked at the wrong generation/assumed no difference. Thanks for catching it.

    Also, should I add something like "Only in the game data of HeartGold and SouldSilver.", "Not in the game data of Diamond, Pearl, or Platinum." or "Only obtainable in HeartGold and SouldSilver." to the end of all items it applies to? Or leave it since most items don't have info about which games they are found in?

    Edit: Added in the fixes, added a bit more to other things.

    Edit 2: Added more, almost done.
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    eric the espeon maybe I just misunderstood
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    Other than the two items that there is incomplete/conflicting information available on (Heavy Ball and Rock Capsule, I posted in the research thread asking), I think this is done. If it could be checked over it would be great.
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    Now being able to see the SCMS database, it seems that most of these have actually already been written but not added to the big list, I'm going through to see if any of mine will be useful.

    Edit: I think that many of my descriptions should still be added, for example the Ball descriptions I give have the catch rate bonus, and there seem to be a few errors (e.g. "Net Balls cannot be used during Trainer Battles." on the Heavy Ball page). If the two are pretty even may as well keep the old ones, but if it's ok I'll still go ahead with much of this. A few are still missing, and my edits at the bottom still apply. Spoke to Ashley and he's fine with me putting them on SCMS, I will be doing an extra check as they are added to be sure of stuff. Also worked out a temporary solution for the two items that good info can't be found for.

    (sorry for the triple post)

    Edit 2:
    Added everything that needs to be from the big list (making many fixes/changes as I went), mingot helped check/cache them. Would like to do a consistency/content check on the rest of the dp items before Colin runs his script to add everything properly.
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    Item name changes in the American version:
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    New name Old name
    Pokéathlon Pokéthlon

    Apricorn Box Apricorn Case
    Berry Pots Berry Planter
    Dowsing MCHN Itemfinder/Dowsing Machine
    Enigma Stone Enigma Crystal
    GB Sounds GB Player
    Jade Orb Green Orb
    Pass Train Pass
    Tidal Bell Wave Bell
    Unown Report Unown Note
    Sport Ball CompeBall

    Hurdle Dash Dash Hurdle
    Lamp Jump Bounce Field
    Ring Drop Ring Out Fight
    Snow Throw Shooting Snow
    Relay Run Charge Relay
    Block Break Break Block
    Pennant Grab Steal Flag
    Disc Catch Catch Saucer
    Goal Roll Smash Goal

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