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Mago Berry Image of the
Mago berry.
Nº 13 (R/S/E/OR/AS); Nº 13 (D/P/Pt)
Mago Berry
Wiki - Aguav
Gen. III - The berry turns curvy as it grows. The curvier, the sweeter and tastier.
Gen. IV - This Berry progressively curves as it grows. The curvier the Berry, the sweeter and tastier.
Size 5.0"
Firmness Hard
Effect Heals 1/8 of HP, but will confuse Pokémon that dislike sweet flavors
Tree Mago tree
Flavor (Gen. III)
Spicy 0
Dry -1
Sweet +1
Bitter 0
Sour 0
Flavor (Gen. IV)
Spicy 0
Dry 0
Sweet 15
Bitter 0
Sour 0
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Mago Berries are a type of berry introduced in Generation III. When eaten, they heal 1/8 of the Pokémon's max HP, but will also confuse a Pokémon that dislikes sweet flavors.

Locations

Generation III

  • Sometimes given by a trainer on Route 120 near the Ancient Tomb

Generation IV

  • Sometimes given by the Berry Master on Route 208

Growth Time

Generation III

Mago Berries take 24 hours to mature from a planted seed to a fully-grown plant, with 6 hours per stage. A Mago tree can produce 2-3 berries.

Generation IV

Mago Berries take 20 hours to mature from a planted seed to a fully-grown plant, with 5 hours per stage. A Mago tree can produce 1-5 berries.

Uses

In Battle

A Mago Berry can be held by a Pokémon or used as an item to heal 1/8 of the Pokémon's maximum HP. However, Mago Berries will also confuse a Pokémon that dislikes sweet flavors.

Berry Blending

Berry Crushing

Poffin Cooking

At 100% performance, a Mago Berry can produce a level 23 Sweet Poffin when cooking alone.

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