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Pixelmon Pokeballs

Welcome to Minedit. In this guide we will talk about everything there is to know in regard to the Pixelmon Pokeballs. What are they, what do they do, what do we use them for and how do we craft them?

These are all questions that will be answered down the road.

If you’re new to Pixelmon, we recommend you check out our Pixelmon Wiki page to get started on the basics of Pixelmon and Pixelmon Pokeballs.

With that being said, let’s get started and have a look at what the Pixelmon Pokeballs actually are.

What Are Pixelmon Pokeballs?

Poké balls are essentially small round items that you can use in order to capture and contain a Pokemon. Pokeballs have been around since the beginning of the Pokemon journey, You do not however have the ability to capture another Trainer’s Pokemon or a boss Pokemon for that matter.

How Do Pixelmon Pokeballs Work?

The way it works, is that you have the ability to use a Poke ball outside of or during a battle with a wild Pokemon. In order to actually physically capture a pokemon, you have to select a pokeball in your character’s hands, aim with your cursor and then try to throw the pixelmon pokeballs at the wild pokemon.

If you miss throwing the pokeball and do not hit the pokemon, you risk having the pokeball be broken up into three different pieces. The lid, the button and the base. If this ends up happening, then you have the ability to capture all three items and reconstruct the pokeball.

If you use either a Cherish Ball, GS Ball or a Master ball, this won’t be the case and they will never break.

Different Type Of Pixelmon Pokeballs

Different type of Pixelmon Pokeballs often have different purposes and aspects to their development. Many of the Pokeballs have a different catch rate, meaning that some Pokeballs catch Pokemon faster than others.

That’s why you’ll rather have Ultra Balls, than just regular Pokeballs, because their catch rate is twice as high and so twice as more likely to catch a Pokemon.

Below we’ve share a list of all Pixelmon Pokeballs so you can have a look at everything that currently exists:

  • Grid Cherish Ball.pngCherish Ball: 1× catch rate.
  • Grid Dive Ball.pngDive Ball: 3.5× catch rate if the Pokémon is in water.
  • Grid Dusk Ball.pngDusk Ball: 3.5× catch rate in dark places.
  • Grid Fast Ball.pngFast Ball: 4× catch rate on Pokémon with 100 base speed or more.
  • Grid Friend Ball.pngFriend Ball: Sets a captured Pokémon’s happiness to 200.
  • Grid Great Ball.pngGreat Ball: 1.5× catch rate.
  • Grid GS Ball.pngGS Ball: 1× catch rate.
  • Grid Heal Ball.pngHeal Ball: Fully heals HP and status of captured Pokémon.
  • Grid Heavy Ball.pngHeavy Ball: Increased catch rate on heavy Pokémon.
  • Grid Level Ball.pngLevel Ball: Increased catch rate the lower the wild Pokémon’s level is compared to the player’s active Pokémon.
  • Grid Love Ball.pngLove Ball: 8× catch rate if the wild Pokémon is the same species and opposite gender as the player’s active Pokémon.
  • Grid Lure Ball.pngLure Ball: 3× on Pokémon found via fishing.
  • Grid Luxury Ball.pngLuxury Ball: Causes the captured Pokémon to gain more happiness from happiness gains.
  • Grid Master Ball.pngMaster Ball: Catches Pokémon without fail.
  • Grid Moon Ball.pngMoon Ball: 4× catch rate if Pokémon is in an evolutionary family involving a Moon Stone.
  • Grid Nest Ball.pngNest Ball: Increased catch rate on lower-leveled Pokémon.
  • Grid Net Ball.pngNet Ball: 3× catch rate on Bug and Water-type Pokémon.
  • Grid Park Ball.pngPark Ball: Catches Pokémon without fail.
  • Grid Poké Ball.pngPoké Ball: 1× catch rate, most basic Poké Ball.
  • Grid Premier Ball.pngPremier Ball: Causes the captured Pokémon to emit a red particle effect when sent out.
  • Grid Quick Ball.pngQuick Ball: 5× catch rate if used on the first turn of a battle.
  • Grid Repeat Ball.pngRepeat Ball: 3× catch rate on species of Pokémon that the player already owns.
  • Grid Safari Ball.pngSafari Ball: 1.5× catch rate in Plains biomes.
  • Grid Sport Ball.pngSport Ball: 1.5× catch rate on Bug-type Pokémon.
  • Grid Timer Ball.pngTimer Ball: Increased catch rate the longer the battle is.
  • Grid Ultra Ball.pngUltra Ball: 2× catch rate.
  • Grid Beast Ball.pngBeast Ball: 5x catch rate when used on Ultra Beasts. 0.1x for everything else.

Final Words

There are many many different types of Pixelmon Pokeballs. While some have the ability to always capture a Pokemon, such as a Master Ball, some won’t, such as a regular Poke Ball.

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