Pinap Berry

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TagPinap.png Image of the
Pinap berry.
Nº 20 (R/S/E); Nº 20 (D/P/Pt)
Pinap Berry
Wepear - Pomeg
It is said that when the sour skin is peeled, this spicy Berry can be crushed to make medicine.
Size 3.1"
Firmness Hard
Effect Pokéblock/Poffin ingredient.
Tree Pinaptree.png
Flavor (Gen. III)
Spicy +1
Dry 0
Sweet 0
Bitter -1
Sour 0
Flavor (Gen. IV)
Spicy 10
Dry 0
Sweet 0
Bitter 0
Sour 10
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The Pinap Berry ( パイルのみ Pairu Berry) is a type of Berry introduced in Generation III. It is based off the Pineapple.

Tag description

Generation III: Weak against wind and cold. The fruit is spicy and the skin, sour.

Generation IV: It is said that when the sour skin is peeled, this spicy Berry can be crushed to make medicine.

Effect

It has no effect. It is only used as a Pokéblock/Poffin ingredient.

Origin

The name and design origin of the Pinap Berry came from the Pineapple.

Growth and harvest

Generation III

A Pinap Berry will mature from a planted seed to a full-grown, fruit-bearing tree in 4 hours, with 1 hour per stage. A Pinap tree will yield 3-6 berries.

Generation IV

A Pinap Berry will mature from a planted seed to a full-grown, fruit-bearing tree in 8 hours, with 2 hours per stage. A Pinap tree will yield 2-10 berries.

Location

Generation III

Generation IV


List of Berries
Normal Berries
Cheri - Chesto - Pecha - Rawst - Aspear - Leppa - Oran - Persim
Lum - Sitrus - Figy - Wiki - Mago - Aguav - Iapapa - Razz
Bluk - Nanab - Wepear - Pinap - Pomeg - Kelpsy - Qualot - Hondew
Grepa - Tamato - Cornn - Magost - Rabuta - Nomel - Spelon - Pamtre
Watmel - Durin - Belue - Occa - Passho - Wacan - Rindo - Yache
Chople - Kebia - Shuca - Coba - Payapa - Tanga - Charti - Kasib
Haban - Colbur - Babiri - Chilan - Liechi - Ganlon - Salac - Petaya
Apicot - Lansat - Starf - Enigma - Micle - Custap - Jaboca - Rowap
e-Reader Berries
Pumkin - Drash - Eggant - Strib - Chilan - Nutpea
Ginema - Kuo - Yago - Touga - Niniku - Topo