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If a male Pokémon breeds with Ditto, which parent is the Pokeball inherited from?

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Let's say a male Froakie (caught in a Quick Ball) breeded with a Ditto (caught in a Premier Ball). What would be the egg's Pokeball?

asked Jun 24 by Pimplup

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Starting in Generation VI, the Poké Ball of the female Pokémon (other than a Master Ball and Cherish Ball, which result in the default standard Poké Ball) will be passed down to its offspring.

Breeding with a genderless or male Pokemon will have no effect and will result in the offspring being in a regular Pokeball.

Male and genderless Pokémon (including Ditto) have no impact on the type of Poké Ball inherited; as such, when breeding a male or genderless Pokémon with Ditto (which is the only way to breed certain species), the offspring is always obtained in a standard Poké Ball.

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answered Jun 24 by JackZero
selected Jun 25 by Pimplup
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Ok the female's pokeball is normally passed down, except if the female is ditto, then a normal pokeball is passed down. So the answer to your question is Pokeball!
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answered Jun 24 by Hawluchinations
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Starting in Generation VI, the Poké Ball of the female Pokémon (other than a Master Ball and Cherish Ball, which result in the default standard Poké Ball) will be passed down to its offspring. Male and genderless Pokémon (including Ditto) have no impact on the type of Poké Ball inherited; as such, when breeding a male or genderless Pokémon with Ditto (which is the only way to breed certain species), the offspring is always obtained in a standard Poké Ball.

So the offspring will always be inside a standard Pokeball

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answered Jun 24 by Sir Terlor
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