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PostSubject: Pokéballs Price List    Tue Aug 31, 2010 9:42 am

Common Pokeballs

-Poke Ball - 100£
The basic Pokémon catching ball, allows the trainer to catch wild pokémon. Each player starts with 5 of those.

-Premier Ball - 100£
A pokéball often used to be awarded as a prize in Contests. Allows the trainer to catch wild pokémon.

-Great Ball - 300£
A better version of the Poké ball. Allows the player to catch wild pokémon and works better than a poké ball.

Ultra Ball - 600£
A better version of the Great Ball. It allows the trainer to catch wild pokémon and will definitly wok better than a Great ball.

Other Kinds of Pokeballs

-Safari Ball - 100£
This is a very special kind of ball, developed to catch pokémons on the safari zone only.

Level Ball - 150£
A Ball specially developed to allow trainers to catch wild pokémon and work better on pokémons of lower level than the one in battle.

Lure Ball - 150£
A Ball developed to work better in pokémons that were hooked by a rod.

Moon Ball - 150£
Allows the player to catch wild Pokémon; It'll work better on pokémons that eveolve when exposed to a moon stone.

Friend Ball - 150£
Allows the player to catch wild Pokémon and will make the pokémon more friendly when caught.

Love Ball - 150£
A Ball specially developed to work better on pokémon of the opposite gender.

Heal Ball - 150£
When you catch a pokémon with this Ball, the pokémon's HP, status, etc... will be fully restored.

Heavy Ball - 150£
A Ball developed to work better on Heavy Pokémon.

Fast Ball - 150£
Allows the player to catch pokémon, this ball as specially developed to catch pokémon that tend to flee from battle and will most likely work better on those kind of pokémon.

Repeat Ball - 500£
A ball developed to work better on species of pokémons you caught before.

Timer Ball - 500£
-A perfect ball to capture pokémons after long battles, its not granted to work perfectly, but its the best ball to use after a long battle.

Nest Ball - 500£
A great ball to use on low level pokémons. Its more likely to catch those.

Net Ball - 500£
A ball speacially developed to work better on Water/Bug type pokémon, and will be more likely to catch those.

Dive Ball - 500£
A good ball to use on pokémon you found when surfing/fishing. Its more likely to catch those, but remember, pokémons found when surfing/fishing is not the same as finding water pokémon (although most water pokémons appear when you're surfing/fishing Razz)

Luxury Ball - 500£
Allows the player to catch wild Pokémon and will make the pokémon more friendly when caught. (The same as friendly ball)

Quick Ball - 500£
A ball that works better when used early in the battle.

Dusk Ball - 500£
A ball developed to be used in caves, mines or at night. Allows the trainer to catch wild pokémon (just like all the other balls X_X) but will work better when used in those places.


Note: To buy a Ball, make a topic with your list, the money you had before and the money you have now. That topic will be your purchase topic now, and will work for Balls or any kind of other item you find on Pokémart's.
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