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Pokéblocks are interesting little morsels that, when consumed, can help your Pokémon a lot in Contests. Without these, it would be tough winning contests! With that said, let's begin on our quest to understand all there is to know about Pokéblocks!
To make it easier to navigate, quick links are provided below. Click on them to skip sections.

Introduction | Making Pokéblocks | Pokéblock Effects | Master Berries List
Introduction Back to Top
First of all, what does a Pokéblock really do? Well, it increases the stats of a Pokémon in the five contest areas: Cool, Beauty, Tough, Smart, and Cute. By eating a Pokéblock, a Pokémon will become more likely to win in one or more of these areas in a contest, since it has enhanced abilities due to eating Pokéblocks.

The basic ingredient of a Pokéblock is a berry, which can be found around the worlds of Pokémon. (You can find more information on berries can be found here). By using different berries or combination of berries, the strength of a Pokéblock can vary. The rarer the berry, the stronger the Pokéblock, and the stronger the Pokéblock, the better the effect. To learn how to create a Pokéblock, please continue reading.
Making Pokéblocks Back to Top
Pokéblocks are only found in Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald. Making them is quite simple, but making a good one takes a lot of skill and coordination. 

First of all, you need to get a Pokéblock Case. For Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire, it can be found at the Contest Hall in Slateport City by talking to the little girl on the left. In Pokémon Emerald, it can be found by talking to the lady behind the counter at the Lilycove City Contest Hall.
As mentioned before, you also need many berries. These berries will be mixed together in machines found in the Contest Halls.

Contest Halls are found in Slateport City, Verdanturf Town, Fallarbor Town, and Lilycove City. (In Emerald it is only found in Lilycove City). To make the best kind of Pokéblocks, I recommend you go to the Contest Hall in Lilycove City, because the more people there are making Pokéblocks together, the better the Pokéblock will be.

Inside the Contest Hall, go towards the right of the building where there is a machine with an old man next to it. Go to a side of the machine where there is an empty space to stand. If you press A when facing the machine , the old man will ask if you want to make Pokéblocks. Select Yes and for the next question, choose Yes or No depending on if you know how to make a Pokéblock.

Now, you must select a berry. The Pokéblock formed depends on the berry you select, therefore, you should consult this berry list before you start mixing! In general, the higher the number of the berry (ex. 01. Cheri versus 32. Pamtre), the better the Pokéblock will be.

There will be a countdown, and then the game begins! When the spinning arrow lines up with your pointer (at the top left), then you must press A exactly when the two tips meet. The goal is to get as many or hits as possible. Of course, if you can get all hits, then your Pokéblock will come out better. If you get any hits, it will slow down the spinning of the machine; this makes the Pokéblock worse, so try to avoid getting !
After you fill up the meter on the top, you will be done making a Pokéblock! A results list will show up, and you will have made your very own Pokéblock! To access your stash of Pokéblocks, you can open the Key Items menu to use it.
Now that you've made one, it's time to learn what a Pokéblock does. You can find out more by reading the section below.
Pokéblock Effects Back to Top
Different types of Pokéblock affect Pokémon differently. Note that your Pokémon can only eat a limited number of Pokéblocks. To check whether or not your Pokémon is full, use the PokéNav and select Condition. 

You will see your Pokémon with stars around it. All Pokémon start with one star above it (like the picture to the right). The number of stars indicates about how much Pokéblocks your Pokémon has eaten (it could be more or less). As the Pokémon ingests more Pokéblocks, more stars will appear around it. Once the Pokémon has a maximum of 12 stars, it can no longer eat any more Pokéblocks.
To the right of the image with stars, there is a pentagon indicating the Contest status of the Pokémon. It begins with a small green pentagon, but as you feed more berries to your Pokémon, its Condition in one or more areas will increase. One or more points of the green pentagon will begin to point in the direction of one of five Contest areas.
Different-natured Pokémon prefer different flavors of Pokéblocks. To learn more about natures, click here, and to find out which flavors a Pokémon prefers, click here. The stats each Pokéblock affects is listed below.


Effect Color Effect
  Red Spicy, raises Cool.   Purple Mostly spicy, raises Cool and another stat.
  Blue Dry, raises Beauty.   Indigo Mostly  dry, raises Beauty and another stat.
  Pink Sweet, raises Cute.   Brown Mostly sweet, raises Cute and another stat.
  Green Bitter, raises Smart.   LiteBlue Mostly bitter, raises Smart and another stat.
  Yellow Sour, raises Tough.   Olive Mostly sour, raises Tough and another stat.
  Black Random.   Gray Three flavors, raises three stats.
  Gold Raises one or two stats.   White Four flavors, raises four stats.

To maximize the results when feeding a Pokémon, you want to feed it the best Pokéblocks, since you are limited in the amount you can feed.
If you go to the Pokéblock Case (in your PokéNav), you can check on the Pokéblocks you have made. Each Pokéblock has a description, including its flavors (spicy, dry, sweet, bitter, and sour), level, and feel.

The flavor is important, as mentioned before, different natured Pokémon prefer different flavors. Sometimes, a Pokéblock has more than one flavor, so that has to be taken into account. The level indicates how strong the Pokéblock is; the higher the level, the better. Finally, the feel indicates the smoothness of the Pokéblock. The lower the feel, the less full your Pokémon is when fed (which means you can feed many more Pokéblocks to your Pokémon). Feel is determined by how fast the blender rotates, which is governed by how many hits you make! So keep on practicing!

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