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Shards are items introduced in Ruby and Sapphire. They were used in exchange for items and TMs between Generation III, Generation IV and Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire.

List

Name Japanese Sell
Red Shard Sprite.png Red Shard あかいかけら
Akai Kake-ra
(Red Fragment)
Poké Dollar.png500
Blue Shard Sprite.png Blue Shard あおいかけら
Aoi Kake-ra
(Blue Fragment)
Yellow Shard Sprite.png Yellow Shard きいろいかけら
Kiiroi kake-ra
(Yellow Fragment)
Green Shard Sprite.png Green Shard みどりのかけら
Midori no Kake-ra
(Green Fragment)

Exchanges

Games Location Red Shard Blue Shard Yellow Shard Green Shard
RSE Route 124 Fire Stone Water Stone Thunderstone Leaf Stone
DP Route 212 TM11 TM18 TM37 TM07
HGSS Give to a Juggler Violet City Cheri Berry, Pecha Berry, Leppa Berry Chesto Berry, Oran Berry, Wiki Berry Aspear Berry, Sitrus Berry, Iapapa Berry Rawst Berry, Lum Berry, Aguav Berry
Fuchsia City Persim Berry, Razz Berry, Pomeg Berry Bluk Berry, Kelpsy Berry, Cornn Berry Pinap Berry, Grepa Berry, Nomel Berry Wepear Berry, Hondew Berry, Durin Berry
ORAS Route 124 Fire Stone Water Stone Thunder Stone Leaf Stone

Descriptions

Games Red Shard Blue Shard Yellow Shard Green Shard
RSE A shard from an ancient item. Can be sold cheaply.
FRLG A small (red/blue/yellow/green) shard. It appears to be from some sort of a tool made long ago.
DPPtHGSS
BWB2W2
A small (red/blue/yellow/green) shard. It appears to be from some sort of implement made long ago.
XYORAS
SMUSUM
SWSH
A small (red/blue/yellow/green) shard. It appears to be a fragment of some sort of implement made long ago.

Locations

Games Red Shard Blue Shard Yellow Shard Green Shard
RSE Route 127
Held by wild Corsola (5%)
Route 126
Held by wild Clamperl (5%)
Route 126
Held by wild Chinchou (5%)
Route 124
Held by wild Relicanth (5%)
DP Route 213, Mt. Coronet
Sinnoh Underground
Mt. Coronet
Sinnoh Underground
Sinnoh Underground
Pt Route 210, Route 213, Route 214, Wayward Cave, Mt. Coronet, Great Marsh, Iron Island, Survival Area
Fuego Ironworks (from Mr. Fuego)
Sinnoh Underground
Route 216, Route 230
Wayward Cave, Mt. Coronet, Great Marsh, Galactic Eterna Building
Fuego Ironworks (from Mr. Fuego)
Sinnoh Underground
Route 212, Route 225, Eterna Forest, Wayward Cave, Solaceon Ruins, Great Marsh, Team Galactic's HQ
Fuego Ironworks (from Mr. Fuego)
Sinnoh Underground
Route 227, Oreburgh City
Wayward Cave, Mt. Coronet, Great Marsh, Iron Island
Fuego Ironworks (from Mr. Fuego)
Sinnoh Underground
HGSS Violet City, Cianwood City, Ruins of Alph, Dark Cave, Cliff Cave[Notes 1], Route 19, Vermillion City, Rock Tunnel, Victory Road (Rock Smash)
- - Held by traded Pikachu (Saffron City) -
PW Rugged Road
20% - 3000+ steps
18% - 5000+ steps
17% - 7000+ steps
Volcano Path
20% - 500+ steps
16% - 1000+ steps
11% - 2000+ and 3000+ steps
10% - 4000+ steps
8% - 5000+ and 5500+ steps
7% - 8000+ steps
Scary Cave
20% - 1000+ steps
16% - 1500+ steps
13% - 2000+ steps
12% - 3500+ steps
10% - 3900+ steps
8% - 4000+ steps
7% - 4500+, 4900+ and 8000+ steps
Night Sky's Edge
20% - 2000+ steps
16% - 2500+ steps
13% - 3000+ steps
10% - 3500+ steps
8% - 4000+ steps
6% - 5000+ steps
6% - 10000+ steps
Beautiful Beach
20% - 3000+ steps
16% - 4000+ steps
10% - 5000+ steps
Warm Beach
20% - 4000+ steps
16% - 4900+ steps
15% - 5000+ steps
14% - 8000+ steps
Scary Cave
20% - 3900+ steps
16% - 4000+ steps
15% - 4500+ steps
14% - 4900+ and 8000+ steps
Night Sky's Edge
20% - 1500+ steps
16% - 2000+ steps
13% - 2500+ steps
10% - 3000+ steps
8% - 3500+ steps
7% - 4000+ steps
5% - 5000+ and 10000+ steps
Dim Cave
20% - 4500+ steps
19% - 5000+ steps
15% - 6600+ steps
Warm Beach
20% - 4900+ steps
19% - 5000+ steps
18% - 8000+ steps
Scary Cave
20% - 1500+ steps
16% - 2000+ steps
15% - 3500+ steps
12% - 3900+ steps
13% - 4000+ steps
9% - 4500+ and 4900+ steps
8% - 8000+ steps
Night Sky's Edge
20% - 2500+ steps
16% - 3000+ steps
13% - 3500+ steps
10% - 4000+ steps
7% - 5000+ and 10000+ steps
Noisy Forest
20% - 2000+ steps
16% - 2500+ steps
11% - 5000+ steps
Scary Cave
20% - 2000+ steps
19% - 3500+ steps
15% - 3900+ steps
12% - 4000+ and 4500+ steps
11% - 4900+ steps
10% - 8000+ steps
Resort
20% - 200+ steps
19% - 500+ steps
18% - 800+ steps
14% - 1000+ and 2000+ steps
11% - 2500+ steps
9% - 3000+ steps
8% - 5000+ steps
7% - 6000+
Night Sky's Edge
20% - 2500+ steps
16% - 3000+ steps
13% - 3500+ steps
10% - 4000+ steps
7% - 5000+ and 10000+ steps
B2W2 Desert Resort, Nimbasa City, Dragonspiral Tower, Route 22, Relic Passage, Clay Tunnel, Victory Road Route 13, Route 17, Desert Resort, Mistralton Cave, Village Bridge, Relic Passage, Clay Tunnel, Reversal Mountain, Seaside Cave Route 12, Route 23, Striaton City, Desert Resort, Mistralton Cave, Chargestone Cave, Giant Chasm, Relic Passage, Pokémon World Tournament (lose at PWT) Route 12, Pinwheel Forest, Desert Resort, Mistralton Cave, Moor of Icirrus, Route 22, Route 23, Relic Passage, Clay Tunnel, Reversal Mountain
Pokémon World Tournament (can be given after losing a tournament)
ORAS Route 124, Route 127, Mirage Cave, Mirage Mountain Route 124, Route 126, Route 129, Mirage Mountain Route 126, Mirage Cave, Mirage Mountain Route 124, Route 126, Route 130, Mirage Forest
SMUSUM Poké Pelago
Footnotes
  1. ^ Red and Yellow Shards only appear in Cliff Cave in HeartGold, while Blue and Green Shards only appear in Cliff Cave in SoulSilver.

In other languages

Languages Red Shard Blue Shard Green Shard Yellow Shard
Korean[Notes 1] 빨강조각()
Ppalgang Jogag
(Red Sculpture)
파랑조각()
Palang Jogag
(Blue Sculpture)
노랑조각()
Nolang Jogag
(Yellow Sculpture)
초록조각()
Cholog Jogag
(Green Sculpture)
Chinese Mandarin 紅色碎片/
红色碎片
Hóngsè Suìpiàn
(Red Fragment)
藍色碎片/
蓝色碎片
Lánsè Suìpiàn
(Blue Fragment)
黃色碎片
Huángsè Suìpiàn
(Yellow Fragment)
綠色碎片/
绿色碎片
Lǜsè Suìpiàn
(Green Fragment)
Cantonese
[Notes 2]
紅色碎片
Hung4sik1 Seoi3pin2
(Red Fragment)
藍色碎片
Laam4sik1 Seoi3pin2
(Blue Fragment)
黃色碎片
Wong4sik1 Seoi3pin2
(Yellow Fragment)
綠色碎片
Luk6sik1 Seoi3pin2
(Green Fragment)
Footnotes
  1. ^ Using the revised romanization of the Korean language.
  2. ^ Using Jyutping for romanization.

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Artwork

Underground sprites

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