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To access the ITEM GUI, you have to press Start button and click on the ITEMS tab. In other generation, this is called the PACK or the BAG. None of your items are organized at all, unlike future generations. Here's a complete list of all the items in the first generation of Pokémon(note that images of items do not appear in generation one games. However, pokeball sprites do appear and they all look like this.):

Pokéballs[edit]

Name Description
Pokéball A capsule used for catching Pokémon with a standard catch rate.
Great Ball Like a Pokéball, except with a higher catch rate.
Ultra Ball A Pokéball with an even higher catch rate that an Great Ball.
Master Ball A Pokéball that NEVER misses. Only given once in the game.
Safari Ball The Pokéball given to you at the Safari Zone.

Evolutionary Stones[edit]

Name Description
Fire Stone Evolves Vulpix into Ninetales, Growlithe into Arcanine, and Eevee into Flareon.
Water Stone Evolves Poliwhirl into Poliwrath, Staryu into Starmie, Shellder into Cloyster, and Eevee into Vaporeon.
Thunder Stone Evolves Pikachu into Raichu and Eevee into Jolteon.
Leaf Stone Evolves Gloom into Vileplume, Weepinbell into Victreebel, and Exeggcute into Exeggutor.
Moon Stone Evolves Nidorino into Nidoking, Nidorina into Nidoqueen, Jigglypuff into Wigglytuff, and Clefairy into Clefable.

Key Items[edit]

Name Description
Bicycle Used to move twice the speed of walking.
Bike Voucher Exchanges for a Bicycle in the Cerulean City.
Card Key A security card than opens doors in Silph Company.
Lift Key Operates the elevator in the Rocket Hideout.
Secret Key Unlocks the door to the Cinnabar Island gym.
Coin Case Holds coins for the Celadon City game corner.
Dome Fossil An ancient fossil that, when given to the Pokémon Lab on Cinnibar Island, will exchange for a Kabuto.
Helix Fossil An ancient fossil that, when given to the Pokémon Lab on Cinnibar Island, will exchange for a Omanyte.
Old Amber An ancient fossil that, when given to the Pokémon Lab on Cinnibar Island, will exchange for a Aerodactyl.
Old Rod A fishing rod that only catches Magikarp.
Good Rod A fishing rod that hooks low-level to medium-level water type Pokémon.
Super Rod A fishing rod that hooks high-level water type Pokémon.
Gold Teeth The Safari Warden's missing teeth. Give them to him to receive HM04 Strength.
Itemfinder A machine that locates hidden items on the ground.
Oak's Parcel A parcel from the Pokémart that you deliver to Prof. Oak's Lab at the start of the game.
Pokéflute Awakes the Snorlax on Routes 12 and 16.
Pokédex Tracks information on all of the Pokémon you've caught.
Silph Scope Identifies the Ghosts in Pokémon Tower.
S.S. Ticket Allows access to the S.S. Anne.
Town Map Shows an interactive map of the Kanto region.

Medicinal Items[edit]

Status Healers[edit]

Name Description
Antidote Heals poison effects from a Pokémon.
Burn Heal Heals burn effects from a Pokémon.
Ice Heal Defrosts ice effects from a Pokémon.
Awakening Wakes up asleep Pokémon.
Parlyz Heal Heals paralysis effects from a Pokémon.
Full Heal Heals all status effects from a Pokémon.
Full Restore Heals all status effects and restores all of a Pokémon's HP to the max.

HP/PP Restoring Items[edit]

Name Description
Potion Heals 20 HP to a Pokémon.
Super Potion Heals 50 HP from a Pokémon.
Hyper Potion Heals 200 HP from a Pokémon.
Max Potion Restores all of a Pokémon's HP to the max.
Ether Restores 10 PP of one move.
Max Ether Restores all the PP of one move.
Elixer Restores 10 PP of one Pokémon's every move.
Max Elixer Restores all the PP of one Pokémon's moves.
Revive Revives a Pokémon and restores half of it's health.
Max Revive Revives a Pokémon and restores all of it's health.
Fresh Water Restores 50 HP.
Soda Pop Restores 60 HP.
Lemonade Restores 80 HP.

Drug Items[edit]

Note: After Generation II, the Stat EXP system changed into the EV system. Stat EXP is similar to EVs.

Name Description
HP UP Add 2560 HP Stat EXP to a Pokémon until it reaches 25600 HP Stat EXP.
Protein Add 2560 Attack Stat EXP to a Pokémon until it reaches 25600 Attack Stat EXP.
Iron Add 2560 Defense Stat EXP to a Pokémon until it reaches 25600 Defense Stat EXP.
Calcium Add 2560 Special Stat EXP to a Pokémon until it reaches 25600 Special Stat EXP.
Carbos Add 2560 Speed Stat EXP to a Pokémon until it reaches 25600 Speed Stat EXP.
PP UP Raises the PP of one Pokémon's move by 1/5 of it's base PP until the PP UP has been used on it 3 times.
Rare Candy Raises a Pokémon's level by one level until the Pokémon is level 100 (max level). Can also revive Pokémon if the HP stat increases when leveling.

Battle Items[edit]

Battle items can only be used in battle, and their changes are temporary. They can not be used if the stat is already raised 6 levels.

Name Description
X Attack Raises a Pokémon's Attack stat by one level.
X Defense Raises a Pokémon's Defense stat by one level.
X Special Raises a Pokémon's Special stat by one level.
X Speed Raises a Pokémon's Speed stat by one level.
X Accuracy Ignores accuracy checks for a Pokémon's moves.
Dire Hit Raises the critical hit ratio of a Pokémon by 1, however due to a glitch, in Generation I it quarters the chance of a critical hit.
Guard Spec. Prevents a Pokémon's stat reduction by any opponent's moves for 5 turns.

Miscellaneous[edit]

Name Description
Escape Rope Teleports the player back to the last Pokécenter they healed at.
Repel Prevents encountering wild Pokémon with a lower level than the first Pokémon in your party for 100 steps.
Super Repel Prevents encountering wild Pokémon with a lower level than the first Pokémon in your party for 200 steps.
Max Repel Prevents encountering wild Pokémon with a lower level than the first Pokémon in your party for 250 steps.
Nugget Can be sold at any Pokémart for Pokebuck.png5,000.
Poké Doll Lets you escape from a wild Pokémon battle.
Exp.All Distributes EXP gained from a battle to all of the Pokémon in the player's party as long as the Exp.All is in the user's inventory. They also gain Stat EXP evenly.

For information about TMs and HMs, visit the Moves section (WIP).