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What are ALL the pokeballs made?

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asked Sep 27, 2012 by Steelix
retagged Sep 27, 2012 by 5th of November
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  • Pokeball - The original method of capturing a Pokemon. Avaliable throughout all regions.

  • Great Ball - Has a higher catch rate than the Pokeball.

  • Ultra Ball - Has a higher catch rate than the Great Ball.

  • Master Ball - Obtained in different ways throughout the Pokemon series. Ensures a 100% catch rate.

  • Premier Ball - (Avaliable from Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire onwards) Much like the Pokeball, but it is coloured white. Can be obtained by purchasing 10 or more Pokeballs from a market at once.

  • Friend Ball - (Pokemon Gold and Silver only) Custom Pokeball made by Kurt. It is fashioned from a Green Apricorn. Makes Pokemon caught more friendly.

  • Level Ball - (Pokemon Gold and Silver only) Custom Pokeball made by Kurt. It is fashioned from a Red Apricorn. Catches Pokemon of a lower level.

  • Love Ball - (Pokemon Gold and Silver only) Custom Pokeball made by Kurt. It is fashioned from a Pink Apricorn. Catches Pokemon of the opposite gender to the lead Pokemon better.

  • Moon Ball - (Pokemon Gold and Silver only) Custom Pokeball made by Kurt. It is fashioned from a Yellow Apricorn. Catches Pokemon better at night.

  • Lure Ball - (Pokemon Gold and Silver only) Custom Pokeball made by Kurt. It is fashioned from a Blue Apricorn. Catches Water-type Pokemon more easily.

  • Heavy Ball - (Pokemon Gold and Silver only) Custom Pokeball made by Kurt. It is fashioned from a Black Apricorn. Catches heavy Pokemon better.

  • Fast Ball - (Pokemon Gold and Silver only) Custom Pokeball made by Kurt. It is fashioned from a White Apricorn. Catches Pokemon of a higher speed or Pokemon most likely to flee.

  • Gold and Silver Ball - seen only in the Pokemon anime show. Avaliable in Pokemon Gold, Silver and Crystal through the only Nintendo Event to release Celebi (Japanese). When placed on the Ilex Shrine (in the forest near Goldenrod City), Celebi appears for capture. Is not used to capture Pokemon.

  • Dark Ball - Seen only in the Pokemon anime movie (Pokemon 4Ever). Raises the captured Pokemon's stats to the highest level and turns them 'evil'. Guaranteed capture.

  • Safari Ball - Used exclusively in the Safari Zone and cannot be bought or brought out of the park.

  • Dive Ball - (Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire onwards) A ball that has a higher catch rate when used on Pokemon encountered while diving.

  • Luxury Ball - (Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire onwards) Aids in your captured Pokemon's happiness/friendship levels. Useful for Pokemon who need a high friendship level to evolve.

  • Nest Ball - (Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire onwards) Catches weaker Pokemon better.

  • Net Ball - (Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire onwards) Works better on Pokemon of the Bug or Water-type.

  • Timer Ball - (Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire onwards) Slightly raises the catch rate with each passing turn.

  • Repeat Ball - (Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire onwards) Works better on Pokemon species who have been captured before.

  • Dusk Ball - (Pokemon Diamond and Pearl) Catches Pokemon better when used in a cave or during the night.

  • Heal Ball - (Pokemon Diamond and Pearl) Fully heals a Pokemon on capture. Meant to be used while on the road with an incomplete party.

  • Quick Ball - (Pokemon Diamond and Pearl) Has a high catch rate for the first throw, but lowers the rate after each turn passes.

  • Park Ball - (Pokemon Diamond and Pearl) Like the Safari Ball. Used in Pastoria Great Marsh. - Wiki Answers

answered Sep 27, 2012 by |SentByRavens|
selected Sep 27, 2012 by Steelix
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1st Row

Poke Ball
Great Ball
Ultra Ball
Master Ball
Safari Ball


2nd Row

Level Ball
Lure Ball
Moon Ball
Friend Ball
Love Ball


3rd Row

Heavy Ball
Fast Ball
Sport Ball
Premier Ball
Repeat Ball


4th Row

Timer Ball
Net Ball
Nest Ball
Dive Ball
Luxury Ball


5th Row

Heal Ball
Quick Ball
Dusk Ball
Cherish Ball
Park Ball


6th Row

Dream Ball

answered Sep 27, 2012 by 5th of November
Beat ya :P
Wow! I had o idea there where THAT many kinds of pokeballs