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JollyRoger25
June 14th, 2010, 02:14 PM
Okay, I know that berries produce different flavored Pokeblocks.
But I was wondering was what berries produce the most effective color of pokeblocks.
I mean berries as indivudual berries, not like Spicy berries produce spicy blocks.

Haowakeorden
June 14th, 2010, 05:11 PM
In general, rarer berries produce higher-quality Pokéblocks.

I've heard that Liechi (Spicy), Ganlon (Dry), Salac (Sweet), Petaya (Bitter), and Apicot (Sour) are probably the best, but they all raise a number of stats and not just one. (They all produce gold Pokéblocks.)

For just raising a single stat, try Figy (Spicy/Red), Wiki (Dry/Blue), Mago (Sweet/Pink), Aguav (Bitter/Green), and Iapapa (Sour/Yellow). They don't raise stats quite as much, but they only raise a single stat.

JollyRoger25
June 15th, 2010, 11:28 AM
In the Lilycove Contest hall, does it matter if you Berry Blend with the group of three, group of two, or the old man?

dooxer
June 16th, 2010, 03:11 PM
the more that berryblend, the smoother it is or something like that... more hits means it spins faster!

Haowakeorden
June 17th, 2010, 06:11 PM
It is true that more people blending results in a softer Pokéblock, but you have to also be aware of what berries your group-mates contribute.

For the "rare" berries that I mentioned, only the type of berry really counts. You will always get a gold Pokéblock no matter how many people you blend with, but there will be some very slight differences in the Pokéblock's stat increase amount depending on that.

For the other berries (the ones that will give you the highest-level Pokéblocks that only raise one stat), you cannot blend with more than one other person if you want a Pokéblock that only raises one stat at a time.

puppyboy
June 18th, 2010, 05:30 AM
A faster blend cycle means smoother berries, so three people is the best number of players - either three friends or the three NPCs in Lilycove.

The best berries that are easily obtainable in RSE are Spelon, Pamtre, Watmel, Durin and Belue. These will all produce pokeblocks with 49-50 in their main stat and 11-12 in their lesser stat and will have a feel of 32.

Liechi, Ganlon, Salac, Peteya and Apicot berries all produce roughly level 61 blocks, but as they are very hard to come by in GenIII, and take an absolute age to grow, I wouldn't really advise using them.

I've been looking into pokeblocks a fair bit lately in attempt to raise the ultimate contest pokemon, with maximum values in each area. Unfortunately it seems the maximum amount per stat, with only 255 Sheen to play with, is 90-100. If anyone has much insight into the amounts that Gold pokeblocks raise stats by, I'd love to know.

tetrix1993
June 24th, 2010, 04:19 AM
Spelon, Pamtre, Durin, Rabuta, Nomel Berries.

When you have those berries, and the Berry Master in the Contest Hall at Lilycove City, use this berries and blend with him. You will get Gold PokéBlocks, the best one in the game.

I use this method to evolve Feebas.

Haowakeorden
June 24th, 2010, 05:30 PM
Spelon, Pamtre, Durin, Rabuta, Nomel Berries.

When you have those berries, and the Berry Master in the Contest Hall at Lilycove City, use this berries and blend with him. You will get Gold PokéBlocks, the best one in the game.
You do mean Watmel and Belue, right? Or does it actually just work better using the berries that you mentioned due to the specific berries that the Berry Master contribute?

Sephirothxx
June 24th, 2010, 06:19 PM
Okay I'm trying to get the liechi berry in pokemon Ruby. I know its supposed to be at Mirage Island. Does anyone know a good time to check and see if Mirage Island will be in existence or not? I really want this berry. Thanks!

I know this is random, but isn't one of the coolest things about the advance gen games is the berries? I love the whole berries thing. But I wish they had apricorns in Ruby as well. That would be awesome right?