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[[File:GSC Berry Tree.png|left|A berry tree from Generation II. Ice Berries can grow on these trees.]]'''Ice Berries''' are a type of [[berry]] in the [[Generation II]]. They can cure a [[Status Effects#Burn|burnt]] [[Pokémon]]. They can be found on [[Kanto Route 26|Route 26]], [[Johto Route 36|Route 36]] and in [[Pewter City]], obtained via [[Mystery Gift]], and wild [[Vulpix]], [[Growlithe]], [[Arcanine]], [[Magby]], and [[Magmar]] may hold them. They may be found on Pokémon from traded from [[Generation I]] games. From [[Generation III]] onwards they were replaced by the [[Rawst Berry]].
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[[File:GSC Berry Tree.png|left|A berry tree from Generation II. Ice Berries can grow on these trees.]]'''Ice Berries''' are a type of [[berry]] introduced in [[Generation II]]. They can cure a [[Status Effects#Burn|burnt]] [[Pokémon]]. They can be found on [[Kanto Route 26|Route 26]], [[Johto Route 36|Route 36]] and in [[Pewter City]], obtained via [[Mystery Gift]], and wild [[Vulpix]], [[Growlithe]], [[Arcanine]], [[Magby]], and [[Magmar]] may hold them. They may be found on Pokémon from traded from [[Generation I]] games. From [[Generation III]] onwards they were replaced by the [[Rawst Berry]].
 
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Latest revision as of 16:35, February 17, 2013

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Ice Berries are a type of berry introduced in Generation II. They can cure a burnt Pokémon. They can be found on Route 26, Route 36 and in Pewter City, obtained via Mystery Gift, and wild Vulpix, Growlithe, Arcanine, Magby, and Magmar may hold them. They may be found on Pokémon from traded from Generation I games. From Generation III onwards they were replaced by the Rawst Berry.

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