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21st May '17 12:48:09 PM nombretomado
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* [[http://wanderers-library.wikidot.com/system:page-tags/tag/calbhach#pages Brother Calbach's Herbal]] from TheWanderersLibrary is a book devoted to them.

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* [[http://wanderers-library.wikidot.com/system:page-tags/tag/calbhach#pages Brother Calbach's Herbal]] from TheWanderersLibrary ''Wiki/TheWanderersLibrary'' is a book devoted to them.
23rd Apr '17 2:48:27 PM nombretomado
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* The ''Franchise/TalesSeries'' games have, in addition to the usual selection of apples, bananas, etc., a pair of recurring fictional fruits called "kirima" and "amango".

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* The ''Franchise/TalesSeries'' ''VideoGame/TalesSeries'' games have, in addition to the usual selection of apples, bananas, etc., a pair of recurring fictional fruits called "kirima" and "amango".
4th Apr '17 11:30:01 AM PDL
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* ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' has a wide variety of fruits simply known as "berries" since their introduction in generation II. Since generation III, they have {{Punny Name}}s and odd appearances and mysterious properties like the titular {{Mons}}.
** Most of the fruit that these Pokemon are based on aren't really considered berries and a few aren't even considered "fruit" and would instead be "vegetables". such as the drash berry, an E-reader only berry which is based on a radish, a root vegetable). In the games, their properties range from simply curing status ailments like poison or burns, raising happiness (while decreasing certain stats) to granting one-time stat boosts in battle. A few of these berries are apparently so rare that a few are only available from getting 100 consecutive wins from post-game battle facilities (which are famous for being [[NintendoHard downright brutal to players]]) or only attached to certain event-only Pokemon. Basically putting them on par with [[TooAwesomeToUse Master Balls]].

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* ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' has a wide variety of fruits simply known as "berries" since their introduction in generation II. Since generation III, they have {{Punny Name}}s and odd appearances and mysterious properties like the titular {{Mons}}. \n These mainly serve as the main food source for most Pokemon.
** Most of the fruit that these Pokemon berries are based on aren't really considered berries and a few aren't even considered "fruit" and would instead be "vegetables". "fruit", such as the drash Drash berry, an E-reader only berry which is based on a radish, a root vegetable). vegetable. In the games, their properties range from simply being ingredients in Pokemon food, curing status ailments like poison or burns, raising happiness (while decreasing certain stats) to granting one-time stat boosts in battle. A few of these the stat-boosting berries are apparently so rare that a few are they're only available from getting 100 consecutive wins from post-game battle facilities (which are famous for being [[NintendoHard downright brutal to players]]) or only attached to held by certain event-only Pokemon. Basically putting Pokemon in promotions. This would put them on par with [[TooAwesomeToUse Master Balls]]. Balls]], but there's often a way to farm berries in games from Gen III and beyond.
4th Apr '17 11:22:17 AM PDL
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** Most of the fruit that these Pokemon are based on aren't really considered berries and a few aren't even considered "fruit" and would instead be "vegetables" (such as the Drash berry... Which is based on a Radish, a root vegetable). In the games, their properties range from simply curing status ailments like poison or burns, raising happiness (while decreasing certain stats) to granting one-time stat boosts in battle. A few of these berries are apparently so rare that a few are only available from getting 100 consecutive wins from post-game battle facilities (which are famous for being [[NintendoHard downright brutal to players]]) or only attached to certain event-only Pokemon. Basically putting them on par with [[TooAwesomeToUse Master Balls]].

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** Most of the fruit that these Pokemon are based on aren't really considered berries and a few aren't even considered "fruit" and would instead be "vegetables" (such "vegetables". such as the Drash berry... Which drash berry, an E-reader only berry which is based on a Radish, radish, a root vegetable). In the games, their properties range from simply curing status ailments like poison or burns, raising happiness (while decreasing certain stats) to granting one-time stat boosts in battle. A few of these berries are apparently so rare that a few are only available from getting 100 consecutive wins from post-game battle facilities (which are famous for being [[NintendoHard downright brutal to players]]) or only attached to certain event-only Pokemon. Basically putting them on par with [[TooAwesomeToUse Master Balls]].
4th Apr '17 11:20:13 AM PDL
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* ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' has a wide variety of berries since their introduction in generation II. Since generation III, they have {{Punny Name}}s like the titular {{Mons}}.

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* ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' has a wide variety of berries fruits simply known as "berries" since their introduction in generation II. Since generation III, they have {{Punny Name}}s and odd appearances and mysterious properties like the titular {{Mons}}.{{Mons}}.
** Most of the fruit that these Pokemon are based on aren't really considered berries and a few aren't even considered "fruit" and would instead be "vegetables" (such as the Drash berry... Which is based on a Radish, a root vegetable). In the games, their properties range from simply curing status ailments like poison or burns, raising happiness (while decreasing certain stats) to granting one-time stat boosts in battle. A few of these berries are apparently so rare that a few are only available from getting 100 consecutive wins from post-game battle facilities (which are famous for being [[NintendoHard downright brutal to players]]) or only attached to certain event-only Pokemon. Basically putting them on par with [[TooAwesomeToUse Master Balls]].
18th Mar '17 5:50:57 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Neopets}}'' uses an assortment of them.
* Subeta does too. Most notably, is the Ikumoradeekanox tree, which itself is kinda bizarre-looking. (Blue bark with white spots, no leaves to speak of) Once a day, you can pick a fruit from it. Sometimes the fruit is mundane and familiar, but more often it's a very weird fruit. (You don't get to choose which fruit it is, though; it's random.)

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\n* ''{{Neopets}}'' ''{{Website/Neopets}}'' uses an assortment of them.
* Subeta does too. Most notably, is ''{{Website/Subeta}}'' has the Ikumoradeekanox tree, which itself is kinda bizarre-looking. (Blue bark with white spots, no leaves to speak of) Once a day, you can pick a fruit from it. Sometimes the fruit is mundane and familiar, but more often it's a very weird fruit. (You don't get to choose which fruit it is, though; it's random.)
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5th Mar '17 9:05:06 PM QuizzicalPieridine
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* ''Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers'' had the Singing Squash, which was, well, a [[ExactlyWhatItSaidOnTheTin squash that sings]]. A very rare vegetable that Zordon discovered in his early years (when he was still humanoid) it only grows in another dimension. The extract of it was needed to cure a curse of {{brainwashing}}.

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* ''Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers'' had the Singing Squash, which was, well, a [[ExactlyWhatItSaidOnTheTin [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin squash that sings]]. A very rare vegetable that Zordon discovered in his early years (when he was still humanoid) it only grows in another dimension. The extract of it was needed to cure a curse of {{brainwashing}}.
26th Jan '17 11:50:19 PM aurora369
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* The Dunmer from ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind'' cultivate a number of fruits and vegetables. For example, comberry is a Morrowind berry with a bitter-sour taste, which can be used for making wine and brandy. Ash yam is a root vegetable that is the staple food for many Dunmer.
1st Jan '17 8:36:16 PM Randallw201238
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* ''WesternAnimation/KorgothOfBarbaria'' had plum-like fruits that explode violently when eaten.

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* ''WesternAnimation/KorgothOfBarbaria'' had plum-like fruits that make whoever eats them explode violently when eaten.violently.
5th Dec '16 2:33:12 PM Sammettik
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Chowder}}'' has nothing but these.

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* %%* ''WesternAnimation/{{Chowder}}'' has nothing but these.
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