Not far from the Pokémon Center in Hearthome City is an eccentric old treasure collector named Mr. Goods. While he is passionate about his valuables, he has no problem parting with them to reward trainers who have achieved impressive feats and milestones.
The items you get from Mr. Goods are used exclusively for decorating your Secret Base in the Underground. By collecting all of them, you can turn your Secret Base into a sort of “trophy room” to serve as a testament to your battle prowess and tenacity.
This guide will go over everything you need to know about Mr. Goods, including where to find him and how to receive all the items he has to offer.
Finding Mr. Goods
Mr. Goods is easily overlooked if you’re not in the habit of speaking with every person you see on the street, but you won’t have to spend much time searching for him.
Simply Fly to Hearthome City and you’ll see Mr. Goods just to the south of the Pokémon Center. You’ll recognize him by his gray hair and green beret.
Then simply speak to him to see if you qualify for any of his items.
If you’ve accomplished any of the benchmarks he deems rewardable, he will give you the corresponding item.
The “Goods” part of his name refers to Underground Goods, which are decorations you can use to adorn your Secret Base in the Underground.
Every item he gives you can be used only in this manner.
All Items Obtained From Mr. Goods
The following table lists every item that can be obtained from Mr. Goods and the requirements for each one.
Most of his items are rewarded for major accomplishments in Super Contests, the Battle Frontier, and Underground multiplayer.
||Win first place in the Beauty Cup’s Master Rank|
||Win first place in the Clever Cup’s Master Rank|
||Win first place in the Cool Cup’s Master Rank|
||Win first place in the Cute Cup’s Master Rank|
||Win first place in the Tough Cup’s Master Rank|
||Meet 100 players in the Underground|
||Give 100 items to players in the Underground|
||Uncover 100 Fossils in the Underground’s mining minigame|
||Trap 100 players in the Underground|
||Win 20 consecutive battles in the Battle Tower|
||Win 50 consecutive battles in the Battle Tower|
||Win 100 consecutive battles in the Battle Tower|
||Defeat all eight Gym Leaders|
||Enable the Wi-Fi Connection* and use the GTS (Global Trade System)|
*Note: The official Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection service (used by the Nintendo DS and Wii consoles for online multiplayer) was shut down on May 20, 2014. However, online play is still possible today—both on Nintendo DS/3DS consoles and through emulators—thanks to fan-maintained servers.