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Mystery Gift is a feature that distributes special Pokémon and items to players, usually to commemorate a special event or holiday.

Accessing Mystery Gift

On the Main Menu screen, choose Mystery Gift to receive free items or Pokémon from the developers of Pokémon Uranium. The Mystery Gift option is only available for a save file once you have received your Pokédex from Professor Bamb'o.

To pick up the gifts, go to any PokéMart and talk to the NPC on the left of the shop. He will be wearing a green mailman attire. You may pick up the gifts at any time after claiming them from the Main Menu, provided that you save your game after claiming. Since any randomized features of a Pokémon (such as ability, nature, or shininess) are determined when you pick up your gift from the deliveryman, this is especially useful to allow you to soft-reset your game for a more desirable Pokémon at you leisure.

Betanotice.gif Gameplay Notice

If you wish to claim a Mystery Gift on multiple save files and/or soft-reset for a Pokémon, you MUST enter the game and save after claiming from the Main Menu. If you switch save files or exit/restart the program without entering the game and saving, it will not register the gift as having been claimed, requiring you to claim it again from the Main Menu.

If your Mystery Gift doesn't have its special sprite, you need to run the patcher. (Check For Updates in the main menu)

List of Mystery Gifts

Ongoing Mystery Gifts

Items

Destiny_Knot This Destiny Knot was introduced to celebrate the initial release of Pokémon Uranium.

Aromatic_Herb Sachet These items (Aromatic Herb and Sachet) were added to allow players to obtain Miasmedic and Aromatisse, as neither item is available through gameplay.

Stolen Christmas - Christmas 2021 (Sableye)

You will not be able to claim this Mystery Gift until you update your game.

This grinchy Sableye was released on December 25, 2021, for Christmas. It has 31 IVs in every stat and comes with hitherto unavailable Sableye egg moves Flatter, Recover, Imprison, and Metal Burst. It has a chance to be shiny using the game's base rate of 1/1024, and it also holds a shoplifted Big Pearl. Grin-ch will always have its Hidden Ability, Prankster.

The ID is a reference to the publication date of the original "How The Grinch Stole Christmas." "Whoville" is a location in that story and Dr. Seuss is the author - the OT "Dr. Suess" may be a reference to lawsuits.

Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Moves Ribbons
Cherish Ball Grin-ch Dex No. 77 Random nature. Dark Flatter None
Lv. 5 Type   Normal Recover
77 3.png Dark Ghost Whoville Psychic Imprison
OT Dr. Suess Met at Lv. 5. Steel Metal Burst
ID No. 01957   This Pokémon was available from December 25, 2021 to ????.
Item Ability  
Big Pearl Big Pearl Prankster  
The date this Pokémon was received is determined by the date of the system when the Wonder Card is received.
This Pokémon is International in origin.
This Pokémon has pokérus.

Past Mystery Gifts

2022 Mystery Gifts

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2021 Mystery Gifts

(Sableye, Titanice, Hazma, and Volchik)

2020 Mystery Gifts

(Feleng, Paraudio, Gargryph, and Hagoop)

2019 Mystery Gifts

(Linkite/Tracton, Chimical, Owten/Jungore, Glaslug)

2018 Mystery Gifts

(Devimp/Tancoon, Baashaun/Masking, Cassnail, Sheebit, Duplicat, and Luxi)

2017 Mystery Gifts

(Fafurr/Antarki, Lunapup, Nuclear Pahar, and Jackdeary)

2016 Mystery Gifts

(Puffluff, Cocaran/Minyan, and Jerbolta)

2015 and 2014 Mystery Gifts

(Fafurr, Chimical, S51, Modrille, Baashaun/Misdreavus, and Eevee)

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