History FanonPokedex / Pokeball

21st Nov '13 7:08:16 AM Taxima
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* Snag Ball - A unique Poké Ball produced and used by Team Snagem in the Orre region to capture Pokémon that already belong to Trainers. Snag Balls can be any type of Poké Ball that has had its safety features 'unlocked' using a specially designed 'Snag Machine'. One large version exists, but there are also some smaller versions that can be affixed to the arm.

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* Snag Ball - A unique Poké Ball produced and used by Team Snagem in the Orre region to capture Pokémon that already belong to Trainers. Snag Balls can be any type of Poké Ball that has had its safety features 'unlocked' using a specially designed 'Snag Machine'. One large version exists, but there are also some smaller versions that can be affixed to the arm. Naturally, use of a Snag Ball is outlawed by the Pokémon League and is punishable by a five to ten year prison sentence.
7th Jul '13 4:14:22 AM PinkCelebi
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Apricorn-based Pokémon seals date back to antiquity. Most ancient civilizations used Apricorns as primeval Pokéballs, but others were made out of different materials for different purposes. For instance, in the Hoenn region, a giant Pokéball was made out of stone to capture a giant Claydol.

In the past couple decades, the Pokéball proper has come into widespread use. First developed by Silph Co. in 19XX, the Pokéball is a capsule device structurally resembling a hollowed-out Apricorn; however, its design is primarily composed of electronic systems.

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Apricorn-based Pokémon seals date back to antiquity. Most ancient civilizations used Apricorns as primeval Pokéballs, Poké Balls, but others were made out of different materials for different purposes. For instance, in the Hoenn region, a giant Pokéball Poké Ball was made out of stone to capture a giant Claydol.

In the past couple decades, the Pokéball Poké Ball proper has come into widespread use. First developed by Silph Co. in 19XX, the Pokéball Poké Ball is a capsule device structurally resembling a hollowed-out Apricorn; however, its design is primarily composed of electronic systems.



* Ultra Ball - Made with a much less diluted extract than Pokéballs and Great Balls, accounting for both its higher capture power and cost.

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* Ultra Ball - Made with a much less diluted extract than Pokéballs Poké Balls and Great Balls, accounting for both its higher capture power and cost.



Apricorns have been used for centuries as Pokéballs, and several specialists in the Johto region are very skilled at hand-crafting specialty Pokéballs out of different Apricorns. These balls are usually rare and cannot be mass produced using current machine-manufacturing techniques.

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Apricorns have been used for centuries as Pokéballs, Poké Balls, and several specialists in the Johto region are very skilled at hand-crafting specialty Pokéballs Poké Balls out of different Apricorns. These balls Balls are usually rare and cannot be mass produced using current machine-manufacturing techniques.



* Friend Ball - Made using Green Apricorn. While it has the same catch rate as a regular Pokéball, the Green Apricorn nature of the ball has a calming effect on the captured Pokémon, making it much friendlier to the Trainer that catches it.

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* Friend Ball - Made using Green Apricorn. While it has the same catch rate as a regular Pokéball, Poké Ball, the Green Apricorn nature of the ball has a calming effect on the captured Pokémon, making it much friendlier to the Trainer that catches it.



!!Devon Corporation Pokéballs
Devon made Pokéballs rely less on Apricorn extract and more on patented Devon technology to capture Pokémon.
* Premier Ball - Slight cosmetic variation of the regular Pokéball. Given to customers who buy ten or more Devon brand Pokéballs at once.

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!!Devon Corporation Pokéballs
Poké Balls
Devon made Pokéballs Poké Balls rely less on Apricorn extract and more on patented Devon technology to capture Pokémon.
* Premier Ball - Slight cosmetic variation of the regular Pokéball. Poké Ball. Given to customers who buy ten or more Devon brand Pokéballs Poké Balls at once.



* Timer Ball - Pokéball that detects the beginning of a battle. It has a higher success rate the longer the battle has been going on, due to the energy that the ball has been gathering since the beginning of the battle.
* Nest Ball - Pokéball designed to better capture very weak Pokémon. Primarily used by high-rank Trainers who cannot weaken low-level Pokémon without knocking them unconscious.
* Net Ball - Pokéball designed with fishermen and bug catchers in mind. Using Devon's patented Captcha-Net technology, it entangles Pokémon in a weak energy net before capturing. For best effect, it should be used on Water and Bug type Pokémon, as most other types of Pokémon are resilient to this energy net.
* Dive Ball - Pokéball designed for use underwater. Much more waterproof than other non-specialized types of Pokéballs.

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* Timer Ball - Pokéball Poké Ball that detects the beginning of a battle. It has a higher success rate the longer the battle has been going on, due to the energy that the ball has been gathering since the beginning of the battle.
* Nest Ball - Pokéball Poké Ball designed to better capture very weak Pokémon. Primarily used by high-rank Trainers who cannot weaken low-level Pokémon without knocking them unconscious.
* Net Ball - Pokéball Poké Ball designed with fishermen and bug catchers in mind. Using Devon's patented Captcha-Net technology, it entangles Pokémon in a weak energy net before capturing. For best effect, it should be used on Water and Bug type Pokémon, as most other types of Pokémon are resilient to this energy net.
* Dive Ball - Pokéball Poké Ball designed for use underwater. Much more waterproof than other non-specialized types of Pokéballs.Poké Balls.



!!Pokéballs of other manufacturers
These Pokéballs originated in the Sinnoh region, and are made by smaller companies for specific purposes.
* Heal Ball - These Pokéballs contain a one-use Miniaturized Pokémon Recovery Device (MPRD) that heals Pokémon as soon as they are caught. Unfortunately, the MPRD burns out after one use.

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!!Pokéballs !!Poké Balls of other manufacturers
These Pokéballs Poké Balls originated in the Sinnoh region, and are made by smaller companies for specific purposes.
* Heal Ball - These Pokéballs Poké Balls contain a one-use Miniaturized Pokémon Recovery Device (MPRD) that heals Pokémon as soon as they are caught. Unfortunately, the MPRD burns out after one use.



* Snag Ball - A unique Poké Ball produced and used by Team Snagem in the Orre region to capture Pokémon that already belong to Trainers. Snag Balls can be any type of Pokéball that has had its safety features 'unlocked' using a specially designed 'Snag Machine'. One large version exists, but there are also some smaller versions that can be affixed to the arm.
* Clone Ball - Pokéball of unknown origin and manufacture. Several eye-witnesses report seeing Pokéballs that are actually capable of flight, and function similarly to Snag Balls. These balls are made to look like eyes. Most, if not all, of these eye-witness reports coincide with sightings of Mewtwo.
* Park Balls: These Pokéballs are created for use specifically within Pal Parks. As the Park itself amplifies the ball's effectiveness, it is usually a failproof product.

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* Snag Ball - A unique Poké Ball produced and used by Team Snagem in the Orre region to capture Pokémon that already belong to Trainers. Snag Balls can be any type of Pokéball Poké Ball that has had its safety features 'unlocked' using a specially designed 'Snag Machine'. One large version exists, but there are also some smaller versions that can be affixed to the arm.
* Clone Ball - Pokéball Poké Ball of unknown origin and manufacture. Several eye-witnesses report seeing Pokéballs Poké Balls that are actually capable of flight, and function similarly to Snag Balls. These balls Balls are made to look like eyes. Most, if not all, of these eye-witness reports coincide with sightings of Mewtwo.
* Park Balls: These Pokéballs Poké Balls are created for use specifically within Pal Parks. As the Park itself amplifies the ball's Ball's effectiveness, it is usually a failproof product.



* Ball Decorations - Recently, it has become a popular fad in the Sinnoh region to attach stickers or seals to Pokéballs. Some stickers exist that create special effects when the Pokémon inside is released, such as pyrotechnics or holographic letters.

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* Ball Decorations - Recently, it has become a popular fad in the Sinnoh region to attach stickers or seals to Pokéballs.Poké Balls. Some stickers exist that create special effects when the Pokémon inside is released, such as pyrotechnics or holographic letters.
7th Jul '13 4:11:10 AM PinkCelebi
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! Pokéball

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! Pokéball
Poké Ball



The purpose of a Pokéball is to capture pokémon for the individual's use. This utility has been in use since ancient times.

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The purpose of a Pokéball Poké Ball is to capture pokémon Pokémon for the individual's use. This utility has been in use since ancient times.



Pokeballs are often mass produced in factories and sold at local markets, although one must show their Trainer ID in order to purchase them. There are several variants of pokéballs (See Below) and the most common pokéballs are produced by Silph Co. They work by encasing the pokemon in a light that integrates them into the ball itself. How this is done is often mysterious to those not within the companies that produce them, who are all sworn to secrecy.

The basic understanding of how a pokéball works is that when the ball's mechanism activates, it produces a sort of laser that synchronizes with the genetic make up to a pokémon. This allows it to essentially disintegrate the pokémon into light particles that transports them inside the ball. A pokemon may resist to break out of the ball if not tired enough. After which a sort of calming agent is induced in the pokemon that allows it to listen to its trainers commands.

A pokémon inside its pokéball can be considered in stasis though completely aware of its surrounding. It appears pokémon in their pokéballs are self sustaining through unknown means, though they are usually very hungry when taken out. Only six pokéballs may be on a Trainer's person at all times, any pokémon confirmed to be caught is instantly transported to the PC Storage System by the Pokédex's sensor. A pokéball is stated to be a sort of PowerLimiter to a pokémon, which can explain the reason why legendary pokemon caught in one never try to use their full powers.

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Pokeballs Poké Balls are often mass produced in factories and sold at local markets, although one must show their Trainer ID in order to purchase them. There are several variants of pokéballs Poké Balls (See Below) and the most common pokéballs Poké Balls are produced by Silph Co. They work by encasing the pokemon Pokémon in a light that integrates them into the ball itself. How this is done is often mysterious to those not within the companies that produce them, who are all sworn to secrecy.

The basic understanding of how a pokéball Poké Ball works is that when the ball's Ball's mechanism activates, it produces a sort of laser that synchronizes with the genetic make up to a pokémon. Pokémon. This allows it to essentially disintegrate the pokémon Pokémon into light particles that transports them inside the ball. A pokemon Pokémon may resist to break out of the ball Ball if not tired enough. After which a sort of calming agent is induced in the pokemon Pokémon that allows it to listen to its trainers Trainers commands.

A pokémon Pokémon inside its pokéball Poké Ball can be considered in stasis though completely aware of its surrounding. It appears pokémon Pokémon in their pokéballs Poké Balls are self sustaining through unknown means, though they are usually very hungry when taken out. Only six pokéballs Poké Balls may be on a Trainer's person at all times, any pokémon extra Pokémon confirmed to be caught is instantly transported to the PC Storage System by the Pokédex's sensor. A pokéball Poké Ball is stated to be a sort of PowerLimiter to a pokémon, Pokémon, which can explain the reason why legendary pokemon Pokémon caught in one never try to use their full powers.



While the Pokemon League (of any region), Devon, Silph Co. and others have given their assurance that the catching of Pokémon is entirely humane, several pokémon rights groups have objected to the entrapment of wild pokémon, seeing it as cruel and abusive and promoted the banning and condemning of pokémon training. They often promote relations with pokémon based on natural trust rather than the entrapment and abuse they perceive from pokéballs. Although most of these groups are harmless, there are several [[WellIntentionedExtremist extremist groups]] that often executed harsh tactics that [[KnightTemplar incorporated a streamline ideal]] and are often [[AnimalWrongsGroup borderline terrorism]]. Notable groups include Team Magma and Team Aqua, who were involved in the Great Atmospheric Crisis, and Team Plasma, a cult involved with the Unova Dragon Awakening.


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While the Pokemon Pokémon League (of any region), Devon, Silph Co. and others have given their assurance that the catching of Pokémon is entirely humane, several pokémon Pokémon rights groups have objected to the entrapment of wild pokémon, Pokémon, seeing it as cruel and abusive and promoted the banning and condemning of pokémon Pokémon training. They often promote relations with pokémon Pokémon based on natural trust rather than the entrapment and abuse they perceive from pokéballs.Poké Balls. Although most of these groups are harmless, there are several [[WellIntentionedExtremist extremist groups]] that often executed harsh tactics that [[KnightTemplar incorporated a streamline ideal]] and are often [[AnimalWrongsGroup borderline terrorism]]. Notable groups include Team Magma and Team Aqua, who were involved in the Great Atmospheric Crisis, and Team Plasma, a cult involved with the Unova Dragon Awakening.




* Pokéball - The standard version. Easy to manufacture, and relatively cheap. Appearance (sphere with red upper half and white lower half, with a black band and a button on the hinge) can be found in numerous locations around the world. Easily recognizable.

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* Pokéball Poké Ball - The standard version. Easy to manufacture, and relatively cheap. Appearance (sphere with red upper half and white lower half, with a black band and a button on the hinge) can be found in numerous locations around the world. Easily recognizable.



* Nest Ball - Pokéball designed to better capture very weak Pokémon. Primarily used by high-rank trainers who cannot weaken low-level Pokémon without knocking them unconscious.

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* Nest Ball - Pokéball designed to better capture very weak Pokémon. Primarily used by high-rank trainers Trainers who cannot weaken low-level Pokémon without knocking them unconscious.



* Cherish Ball - A cosmetic variation made by commission for the Pokemon league made to be used when giving away rare Pokemon as prizes or rewards to trainers.

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* Cherish Ball - A cosmetic variation made by commission for the Pokemon league Pokémon League made to be used when giving away rare Pokemon Pokémon as prizes or rewards to trainers.
Trainers.



* Snag Ball - A unique Pokeball produced and used by Team Snagem in the Orre region to capture Pokémon that already belong to Trainers. Snag Balls can be any type of Pokéball that has had its safety features 'unlocked' using a specially designed 'Snag Machine'. One large version exists, but there are also some smaller versions that can be affixed to the arm.

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* Snag Ball - A unique Pokeball Poké Ball produced and used by Team Snagem in the Orre region to capture Pokémon that already belong to Trainers. Snag Balls can be any type of Pokéball that has had its safety features 'unlocked' using a specially designed 'Snag Machine'. One large version exists, but there are also some smaller versions that can be affixed to the arm.
27th Mar '13 8:31:57 AM Sixthhokage1
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28th Oct '11 9:26:25 PM rmctagg09
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28th Mar '11 7:40:25 AM rmctagg09
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* Snag Ball - A unique pokebal produced and used by Team Snagem in the Orre region to capture Pokémon that already belong to Trainers. Snag Balls can be any type of Pokéball that has had its safety features 'unlocked' using a specially designed 'Snag Machine'. One large version exists, but there are also some smaller versions that can be affixed to the arm.

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* Snag Ball - A unique pokebal Pokeball produced and used by Team Snagem in the Orre region to capture Pokémon that already belong to Trainers. Snag Balls can be any type of Pokéball that has had its safety features 'unlocked' using a specially designed 'Snag Machine'. One large version exists, but there are also some smaller versions that can be affixed to the arm.
18th Mar '11 1:52:11 AM Assassin
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A pokémon inside its pokéball can be considered in stasis though completely aware of its surrounding. It appears pokémon in their pokéballs are self sustaining through unknown means, though they are usually very hungry when taken out. Only six pokéballs may be on a Trainer's person at all times, any pokémon confirmed to be caught is instantly transported to the PC Storage System by the Pokédex's sensor.

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A pokémon inside its pokéball can be considered in stasis though completely aware of its surrounding. It appears pokémon in their pokéballs are self sustaining through unknown means, though they are usually very hungry when taken out. Only six pokéballs may be on a Trainer's person at all times, any pokémon confirmed to be caught is instantly transported to the PC Storage System by the Pokédex's sensor.
sensor. A pokéball is stated to be a sort of PowerLimiter to a pokémon, which can explain the reason why legendary pokemon caught in one never try to use their full powers.
17th Mar '11 11:12:16 PM Assassin
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Pokeballs are often mass produced in factories and sold at local markets, although one must show their Trainer ID in order to purchase them. There are several variants of pokéballs (See Below) and the most common pokéballs are produced by Silph Co. They work by encasing the pokemon in a light that intergrates them into the ball itself. How this is done is often mysterious to those not within the companies that produce them, who are all sworn to secrecy.

The basic understanding of how a pokéball works is that when the ball's mechanism activates, it produces a sort of laser with similar make up to a pokémon's. This allows it to essentially disintegrate the pokémon into light particles that transports them inside the ball. A pokemon may resist to break out of the ball if not tired enough. After which a sort of calming agent is induced in the pokemon that allows it to listen to its trainers commands.

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Pokeballs are often mass produced in factories and sold at local markets, although one must show their Trainer ID in order to purchase them. There are several variants of pokéballs (See Below) and the most common pokéballs are produced by Silph Co. They work by encasing the pokemon in a light that intergrates integrates them into the ball itself. How this is done is often mysterious to those not within the companies that produce them, who are all sworn to secrecy.

The basic understanding of how a pokéball works is that when the ball's mechanism activates, it produces a sort of laser that synchronizes with similar the genetic make up to a pokémon's.pokémon. This allows it to essentially disintegrate the pokémon into light particles that transports them inside the ball. A pokemon may resist to break out of the ball if not tired enough. After which a sort of calming agent is induced in the pokemon that allows it to listen to its trainers commands.
17th Mar '11 4:47:10 PM PataHikari
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Pokeballs are often mass produced in factors and sold at local markets, although one must show their Trainer ID in order to purchase them. There are several variants of pokéballs (See Below) and the most common pokéballs are produced by Silph Co. They work by encasing the pokemon in a light that intergrates them into the ball itself. How this is done is often mysterious to those not within the companies that produce them, who are all sworn to secrecy.

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Pokeballs are often mass produced in factors factories and sold at local markets, although one must show their Trainer ID in order to purchase them. There are several variants of pokéballs (See Below) and the most common pokéballs are produced by Silph Co. They work by encasing the pokemon in a light that intergrates them into the ball itself. How this is done is often mysterious to those not within the companies that produce them, who are all sworn to secrecy.



* Premiere Ball - A cosmetic variation made by commission for the Pokemon league made to be used when giving away rare Pokemon as prizes or rewards to trainers.

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* Premiere Cherish Ball - A cosmetic variation made by commission for the Pokemon league made to be used when giving away rare Pokemon as prizes or rewards to trainers.
16th Mar '11 10:10:49 PM PataHikari
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* Premiere Ball - A cosmetic variation made by commission for the Pokemon league made to be used when giving away rare Pokemon as prizes or rewards to trainers.
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