PokeBalls

From Pixelmon Generations

PokeBalls

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Beast Ball Creative mode only.
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Cherish Ball 1× catch rate.
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Dive Ball 3.5× catch rate if the Pokémon is in water.
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Dream Ball Creative mode only.
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Dusk Ball 3.5× catch rate in dark places.
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Fast Ball 4× catch rate on Pokémon with 100 base speed or more.
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Friend Ball Sets a captured Pokémon's happiness to 200.
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Great Ball 1.5× catch rate.
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GS Ball 1× catch rate.
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Heal Ball Fully heals HP and status of captured Pokémon.
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Heavy Ball Increased catch rate on heavy Pokémon.
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Level Ball Increased catch rate the lower the wild Pokémon's level is compared to the player's active Pokémon.
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Love Ball 8× catch rate if the wild Pokémon is the same species and opposite gender as the player's active Pokémon.
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Lure Ball 3× on Pokémon found via fishing.
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Luxury Ball Causes the captured Pokémon to gain more happiness from happiness gains.
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Master Ball Catches Pokémon without fail.
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Moon Ball 4× catch rate if Pokémon is in an evolutionary family involving a Moon Stone.
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Nest Ball Increased catch rate on lower-leveled Pokémon.
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Net Ball 3× catch rate on Bug and Water-type Pokémon.
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Park Ball Catches Pokémon without fail.
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Poke Ball 1× catch rate, most basic Poké Ball.
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Premier Ball Causes the captured Pokémon to emit a red particle effect when sent out.
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Quick Ball 5× catch rate if used on the first turn of a battle.
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Repeat Ball 3× catch rate on species of Pokémon that the player already owns.
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Safari Ball 1.5× catch rate in Plains biomes.
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Sport Ball 1.5× catch rate on Bug-type Pokémon.
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Timer Ball Increased catch rate the longer the battle is.
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Ultra Ball 2× catch rate.