If you’re hoping to go to bed to find some good items waiting for you in the morning, you can help by knowing the Pokemon Sleep items list ahead of time. There was ways to increase your odds of getting particular items. If you’re not aware of them, you’re almost wasting time by dozing away. If you reason for sleeping revolves around in-game progression, at least.
Down below, we’re going to lay out a simplified look at the items in Pokemon Sleep you’ll want to watch out for. Some are more useful than others, but what you’ll gain from each will depend on the situation at hand: like what you’re trying to achieve in the game in that moment. If you know what you’re aiming for, you can take steps to get it more easily.
Pokemon Sleep items list - All items and how to get them
Here’s a list of the currently known Pokemon Sleep items and their effects. We’ll break down how to increase your chances of getting them in the paragraphs that follow:
|Item||Effect / Use|
|Bonus Biscuit||+3 Friendship points|
|Dream Cluster L||Exchanged for Dream Shards|
|Dream Cluster M||Exchanged for Dream Shards|
|Dream Cluster S||Exchanged for Dream Shards|
|Energy Pillow||Restores 50 Energy|
|E-Zzz Travel Ticket||Moves you to another location.|
|Fire Stone||Evolves certain Pokemon|
|Focus Incense||Doubles the Research EXP for a single sleep session|
|Friend Incense||Causes at least one Particularly Hungry Pokemon to appear during Snack Time.|
|Good Camp Ticket||Unlocks the Good Camp Set for seven days.|
|Great Biscuit||+3 Friendship points|
|Growth Incense||Doubles helper EXP for one sleep session.|
|Handy Candy L||Exchanged for even more Candy for a chosen Pokemon|
|Handy Candy M||Exchanged for more Candy for a chosen Pokemon|
|Handy Candy S||Exchanged for Candy for a chosen Pokemon|
|Helper Whistle||Causes your whole team to immediately produce three hours worth of items.|
|Ice Stone||Evolves certain Pokemon|
|Ingredient Ticket L||Exchanged for cooking ingredients|
|Ingredient Ticket M||Exchanged for 30 cooking ingredients|
|Ingredient Ticket S||Exchanged for 10 cooking ingredients|
|King’s Rock||Evolves certain Pokemon|
|Leaf Stone||Evolves certain Pokemon|
|Luck Incense||Doubles Dream Shards for one sleep session.|
|Main Skill Seed||+1 to a Pokémon’s main skill|
|Master Biscuit||Awards max Friendship points to a Pokemon|
|Metal Coat||Evolves certain Pokemon|
|Moon Stone||Evolves certain Pokemon|
|Oval Stone||Evolves certain Pokemon|
|Poke Biscuit||+1 Friendship points|
|Premium Bonus Biscuit||+4 Friendship points|
|Recovery Incense||Doubles Energy regain for one sleep session|
|Shiny Stone||Evolves certain Pokemon|
|Sub Skill Seed||+1 to a Pokémon’s random Sub Skill level|
|Thunder Stone||Evolves certain Pokemon|
|Water Stone||Evolves certain Pokemon|
The Pokemon Sleep item list above isn’t exhaustive just yet. That means it isn’t complete. As Pokemon Sleep is played more and more, we’ll get a better idea of the items available in-game and their specific uses.
For example, the exact amount a larger version of a known item is worth next to its smaller counterpart could take time to work out as they’re simply rarer or require more progression to unlock and reliably procure.
How to get more items in Pokemon Sleep
When looking for specific items in Pokemon Sleep, you can increase your odds by partnering with Pokemon that have specific skills to help with that.
While early Pokemon helpers tend to prefer producing berries, some prefer to produce items instead. By finding, befriending, and partnering with more of these Pokemon, you’ll produce more items with each sleep session, increasing your odds of finding a specific item you’re looking for.
For more Pokemon pointers, guides, and how-to pieces, check out the Pokemon Sleep Pokemon list. That one will help you find creatures that can grab more items with each sleep session. And if you’re playing Pokemon Go, here’s how to get gold coins to get your own Ghimmighoul.