Ball Shop Mar 1, 2012 20:35:06 GMT -6
Post by Akira on Mar 1, 2012 20:35:06 GMT -6
Apricorn Balls. These balls are made from Apricorns. All one needs to do is trade in the proper Apricorn, and they will receive the appropriate Ball free of charge.
A ball that works better on Pokemon who are at least one evolution stage under the Pokemon that the trainer currently has out. Black and yellow on top, with a red 'V' in the center; white on the bottom
Required Apricorn: Red
A ball that works well for Pokemon caught by fishing. Blue on top, with a red pattern and three yellow lines on top; white on the bottom
Required Apricorn: Blue
A ball that works well for catching Pokemon that evolves through the use of a Moon Stone. Half-blue and half-black, with a yellow moon on top; white on the bottom.
Required Apricorn: Yellow
A ball that works better on Pokemon who evolve through Friendship. Green with red upside-down tear-drop shaped spots and a single round orange spot on top, white on the bottom
Required Apricorn: Green
A ball that works well for catching Pokemon that are of the opposite gender as the Pokemon that the trainer currently has out. Pink on top, with a light pink heart pattern. White on bottom.
Required Apricorn: Pink
The heavier the Pokemon, the better this ball works. Black with blue orbs half-sticking out on top; white on bottom
Required Apricorn: Black
A ball that works well on especially fast Pokemon, including those who are quick to flee. Red with yellow circles and lightning bolt pattern on top; white on bottom
Required Apricorn: White
Special Balls. These balls have a wide variety of uses. Each of them cost 700 TP, except for the Heal Ball, which is only 300 TP.
A ball that works especially well on Pokemon that the trainer has already caught at least once. Red on top, with black and yellow circles going across the middle; white on bottom
A red, white and black ball made to look like a kitchen timer. The longer the battle has lasted, the easier the opponent will be to catch.
A ball that works well for catching bird Pokemon. Green on with a light green stripe going around the middle on top; white on bottom
A ball that works well for catching Water and Bug-type Pokemon. Blue, with a black net-like pattern on top. White on bottom
A ball that works well on Pokemon who are underwater and/or out at sea. The entire ball is colored with varying shades of blue, making it look like a ball of water.
A special ball that fully heals the Pokemon it captures, allowing them to battle right away. Excellent for Missions. The entire ball is pink, with light pink crescent patterns on each side. The outline of the button and the halves of the ball are blue
The sooner this ball is used the easier a Pokemon will be to capture with it. The entire ball is a light blue color, with a large, jagged yellow "X' covering the front
This ball works well for capturing Pokemon while at night or inside a cave. The entire ball is black, with large green circles on each side. The outline of the button and the halves of the ball is red.
Other Balls. These balls function identically to a normal Poke Ball. They look different, but the difference is purely aesthetic. Why are they even for sale, you ask? Why the hell not? They cost 50 TP each.
This ball is usually given out for free whenever a trainer buys a lot of balls from the PokeMart's Item Shop...but if a trainer wants to spend money on them, who are we to stop them? The entire ball is white. The outline of the button and halves of the ball are red
The ball used for capturing Pokemon in the Safari Zones located in the Kanto, Johto, and Hoenn Regions, as well as the Great Marsh in the Sinnoh Region. Has a forest camouflage pattern on top; white on bottom
The ball used for capturing Pokemon in the Johto Bug-Catching Contest. Contrary to popular belief, this ball does work on Pokemon that aren't of the Bug type. Orange with yellow rings in the center on top, white on the bottom
The ball used for capturing Pokemon in the Pal Parks located in Sinnoh and Unova. Because they are not in the area they're meant to be used in, their capture rate has been significantly lowered. Gold on top, with the button also being gold. White on bottom. The outline of the button and halves of the ball are blue
A special Poke Ball used to commemorate special events. The entire ball is red, while the outline of the button and halves of the ball are black. The sides of the ball are slightly curved inward.
A ball used for Capturing Pokemon in the Entralink of the Unova Region. Because they are not in the area they're meant to be used in, their capture rate has been significantly lowered. The entire ball is purple, with pink and white cloud-like patterns.
A ball that is said to be extra comfortable for the Pokemon inside it. Beyond that, it doesn't serve any purpose. The entire ball is black, while the outline of the button and halves of the ball are gold. There is a red stripe going around the top of the ball, which is also has a gold outline.
New to the Ball Shop is the ability to switch the Ball in which you carry one of your Pokemon. Why do this, you ask? Well...why not? Of course, it's not an easy process. There's a lot that could go wrong, which is why there is a fee involved. Basically, it's 500 + the cost of the Ball you wish to transfer it to (the new Ball will come from the Shop itself, so there's no need to provide one of your own). Additionally, the previous Ball will be destroyed in the process, so no reusing or selling it.