Berries are fruits stored in a separate section in the player's bag to feed Pokémon. A wide variety of Berries can be found in Pokémon World, providing diverse effects when eaten. Some serve as natural means of healing, while some actually reduce damage from some certain type of attacks. Berries also affect a few moves, for example, Natural Gift and Belch cannot work without a held Berry, while using Bug Bite or Pluck eats the opponent's held Berry if found. Only a few kinds of the Berries can be found in Pokémon Brick Bronze as of now.
Berries listed here are well-known for restoring HP. They can be applied in any conditions, including given to a Pokémon for holding or directly feeding to a Pokémon. Their medicine counterparts are different versions of Potion and Drinks. Comparing to Potion and Drinks, these Berries do not heal that much, but Pokémon can automatically consume them in a pinch when held during battles, while they cannot do the same with bottles of Potions and Drinks except Berry Juice, which is actually made by Berries.
|Oran Berry||Restores 10 HP.||Held by wild Swalot (50%) on Route 18|
|Berry Juice||Restores 20 HP.||Held by wild Shuckle (100%) found in cracked rocks|
|Sitrus Berry||Restores 1/4 of total HP.||Held by wild Swalot (5%) on Route 18|
Status Condition Cure
Another famous classification of Berries, these are the counterparts of Status Condition Cures such as Antidote and Paralyze Heal. They are also enabled to be applied in any situations, no matter if it is fed to a Pokémon from the bag, or given to a Pokémon for holding, which the holder can automatically consume them if it is inflicted with the corresponding status condition. Cheri, Chesto, Pecha, Rawst and Aspear Berries are found in New Sushi Stick, Anthian City - Shopping District, but players must first pay 5000 dollars for a tray of Magik Sushi, so it is strongly discouraged to get Berries in this way.
|Cheri Berry||Cures Paralysis.||New Sushi Stick|
|Chesto Berry||Wakes up the Pokémon.||New Sushi Stick|
|Pecha Berry||Cures Poison and Bad Poison.||Held by wild Wurmple (50%) on Route 1|
Held by wild Alolan Rattata (50%) on Lost Islands
|Rawst Berry||Heals Burn.||New Sushi Stick|
|Aspear Berry||Defrosts the Pokémon.||Held by wild Crabrawler (5%) in Lost Islands - Deep Jungle|
|Lum Berry||Cures any Status Condition.||Held by Shaymin (One Only) on Cragonos Cliffs|
Held by Mew and Celebi (100%) found as Roaming Pokémon
|Persim Berry||Cures Confusion.||Held by wild Dhelmise (5%) at Crescent Town|
Held by wild Drampa (5%) at Aborille Outpost
Berries listed here are for reducing damage taken when held and hit by a super effective attack — with the exception of Chilan Berry, which activates upon being hit by any Normal-type move because Normal-type attacks cannot inflict super effective damage. Damage reduction berries must be held by Pokémon to activate.
|Chilan Berry||Decreases damage taken from a-type attack by half.||Held by Kantonian Ratatta (5%) in Fortulose Manor|
Held by Alolan Rattata (5%) on Lost Islands
Berries listed here have no real effect in battles. In the core series games, they were used for cooking Pokéblocks or Poffins to feed Pokémon, and the flavour decides if the Pokémon like or hate the Pokéblock or Poffin. In Roria, these berries are found in Safari Zone are used to help in baiting Wild Pokémon, with their different tastes all appealing to the Pokémon there. The procedure of producing and installing Pokéblocks is omitted. They are found on berry trees and come in bulks of 3 to 6 in each Safari visit.
|Wepear Berry||Appeals to Safari Pokémon who like Bitter and Sour food.||Roria Safari Zone|
|Bluk Berry||Appeals to Safari Pokémon who like Dry and Sweet food.|
|Nanab Berry||Appeals to Safari Pokémon who like Sweet and Bitter food.|
|Pinap Berry||Appeals to Safari Pokémon who like Spicy and Sour food.|
|Razz Berry||Appeals to Safari Pokémon who like Spicy and Dry food.|
- The Anthian City update introduced a few kind of Status Cure Berries in the newly-opened New Sushi Stick, but they were not scripted and thus had no effect until a much later update.
- Players must first pay 5000 dollars for a tray of Magik Sushi before they can open the Fortune Cookie to find the reward inside, and the Prism Scale rather than the Berries is the main reason to try out Magik Sushi.
- There is a greenhouse on Route 9 with some soil that resembles a Berry Field, hinting the possibility of Berry planting later on.
- All Berries derive their names from jumbling of letters of existing fruits in real life, such as the Cheri Berry being based on cherries. However, some Berries do not resemble their real-life counterparts as much as others, for example, Rawst Berry has its name based on strawberry, yet it is blue.