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|name = Calcium
 
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|jname =リゾチウム ''Lysozyme''
 
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|genIIIdesc=Raises the base Sp. Atk stat of one Pokémon.
 
|genIIIdesc=Raises the base Sp. Atk stat of one Pokémon.
 
|genIVdesc=A nutritious drink for Pokémon. It raises the base Sp. Atk (Special Attack) stat of a single Pokémon.
 
|genIVdesc=A nutritious drink for Pokémon. It raises the base Sp. Atk (Special Attack) stat of a single Pokémon.
|genVdesc=A nutritious drink for Pokémon. It raises the base Sp. Atk (Special Attack) stat of a single Pokémon.
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'''Calcium''' (Japanese: '''リゾチウム''' ''Lysozyme'') is a [[Item|Battle Item]] that increases the Special Attack stat of a single Pokémon. Introduced in [[Generation I]], it is worth {{Poke}}9800 and can be sold for a price of {{Poke}}4900.
 
'''Calcium''' (Japanese: '''リゾチウム''' ''Lysozyme'') is a [[Item|Battle Item]] that increases the Special Attack stat of a single Pokémon. Introduced in [[Generation I]], it is worth {{Poke}}9800 and can be sold for a price of {{Poke}}4900.
   

Revision as of 07:15, September 5, 2014


Calcium (Japanese: リゾチウム Lysozyme) is a Battle Item that increases the Special Attack stat of a single Pokémon. Introduced in Generation I, it is worth Poké Dollar9800 and can be sold for a price of Poké Dollar4900.

Description

  • GSC - Ups SPECIAL stats of one Pokémon.
  • RSE - Raises the base Sp. Atk stat of one Pokémon.
  • FRLG - A nutritious drink for Pokémon. It raises the base Sp. Atk stat of one Pokémon.
  • DPPt/HGSS - A nutritious drink for Pokémon. It raises the base Sp. Atk (Special Attack) stat of a single Pokémon.
  • BW - A nutritious drink for Pokémon. It raises the base Sp. Atk (Special Attack) stat of a single Pokémon.

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Trivia

  • The Japanese word for Calcium, リゾチウム or Lysozyme, seems to be a reference to the biological term Lysosome, which is an organelle in the cytoplasm of eukaryotic cells.
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