July 1st, 2006, 02:01 PM
I am playing Pokemon Ruby Version, and I have a lot of Poke Blocks and i don't know what to do with them. I know that you're supposed to feed them to your pokemon but I don't know how. I think you need a Pokemon Mixer or something like that, if I am right where do I get the Mixer or whatever the item is.
Thanks for the help.
July 1st, 2006, 02:33 PM
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First off, don’t double post.
Second, this belongs in the game forums, not here.
And third, you can feed certain PokeBlocks to your Pokemon to increase one of their beauty stats such as Cool, Smart, Cute, Tough, or Beauty. This lets them perform better in contests.
Here are some more info on PokeBlocks, taken from a guide:
What are POKEBLOCKS?
POKEBLOCKS are made from refining a berry. You can pick berries from all
sorts of trees throughout the game. Like in GSC, you can only pick a tree
once a day and then it disappears until the next day. Refining different
berries give different poroks. You can see your poroks by selecting your
POKEBLOCK CASE (in the Important Items folder where things like your
1. What kind of POKEBLOCKS are there?
There are all kinds of poroks, this has not been really studied into
(not that I know of). Different ones can give different effects.
There are levels of poroks which show how much they will increase your
pokemon's "stat" by. There is also another number which is shown along
with the little colour cubes on the bottom left corner when you select
I'm not sure what this does, I think it shows how much it fills your
pokemon up. Levels can go from level 11 to level 64!! (I got one once.)
1b. How do I know what it will increase?
When you select the POKEBLOCK it will show on the bottom left corner
what it will increase. Whatever colour is shown, it will increase.
Check what colour each stat is up there. Top of the FAQ. Also, when you
feed the pokemon the POKEBLOCK, it shows the contest stats of that
pokemon and then an "UP" at thE respective contest stat it raised.
1c. How many colours are they?
There are 15 colors available in the game. They are:
Red, Blue, Pink, Green, Yellow, Purple, Indigo, Brown, LiteBlue, Olive,
Grey, Black, White and Gold
2. How do I get POKEBLOCK?
You need to go to the POKEBLOCK Making Machines and choose a berry
and put it in. Play the mini-game and when it's done you have your
POKEBLOCK. It is in your POKEBLOCK CASE in your Important Items Folder.
3. I can't feed my Pokemon any more POKEBLOCKS... why?
See your pokemon's Contest Stats by going to your PokeNavi, then the
Second Option, then the First option. If you have fed it no poroks at
all, (or only like one or two) there is only one little twinkling star
above it's head. As the number of POKEBLOCKS you feed it increases, the
number of stars increases and it grows closer to it's POKEBLOCK Saturation
Limit. This means that you cannot feed it any more POKEBLOCK. You know
when you can't feed it anymore when it is surrounded by twinkling stars
when you see your pokemon's Contest Stats.
4. Pokemon likes POKEBLOCKS?
Living in a house just above the Pokémon Center in Mossdeep City, the
Liked POKEBLOCK Checker will inform you of which colour POKEBLOCK your
Pokémon likes best.
5. What Nature Likes, what flavor?
Spicy(Cool) - Lonely, Adamant, Naughty, Brave.
Sour(Though) - Bold, Impish, Lax, Relaxed
Dry(Beauty) - Modest, Mild, Rash, Quiet.
Bitter(Smart) - Calm, Gentle, Careful, Sassy.
Sweet(Cute) - Timid, Hasty, Jolly, Naïve.
6. What Nature Likes, what colour?
Red - ADAMANT, BRAVE, NAUGHTY, LONELY
Blue - MILD, MODEST, RASH, QUIET
Pink - HASTY, JOLLY, NAIVE, TIMID
Green - CALM, CAREFUL, GENTLE, SASSY
Yellow - BOLD, IMPISH, LAX, RELAXED
Purple - Same as Red & Blue
Indigo - Same as Blue & Pink
Brown - Same as Pink & Green
LiteBlue - Same as Green & Yellow
Olive - Same as Yellow & Red
Grey - Random
Black - Random
White - Random
Gold - Same as Yellow & Blue
None - BASHFUL, HARDY, QUIRKY, SERIOUS
For more info, go here: http://db.gamefaqs.com/portable/gbadvance/file/pokemon_rs_contest.txt
If you’re not gonna do contests, you can feed PokeBlocks to wild Pokemon in the Safari Zone.
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July 1st, 2006, 02:52 PM
this looks like its kinda already answered but, you go to your coin case in your key items bag section, then feed it to what ever pokemon you want. certain blocks ups certain aspects (eg beauty, coolness).