Japanese name: モンスターボール (Monster Ball)
You know, Poké Balls!
Known as a Monster Ball in Japan, a spherical capsule used to capture and store Pokémon (Pocket Monsters). The most common and recognized Poké Ball has two colored halves: red on top and white on bottom.
It is one of the central symbols of the franchise.
Tagged types of Poké Balls
- Poké Ball (basic)
- Beast Ball (Ultra Ball in Japan)
- Cherish Ball (Precious Ball in Japan)
- Dive Ball
- Dream Ball
- Dusk Ball (Dark Ball in Japan)
- Fast Ball (Speed Ball in Japan)
- Friend Ball
- Great Ball (Super Ball in Japan)
- GS Ball
- Heal Ball
- Heavy Ball
- Level Ball
- Love Ball (Love Love Ball in Japan)
- Lure Ball
- Luxury Ball (Gorgeous Ball in Japan)
- Master Ball
- Moon Ball
- Net Ball
- Premier Ball
- Quick Ball
- Repeat Ball
- Timer Ball
- Ultra Ball (Hyper Ball in Japan)
- Poké Ball (Legends)
The following tags implicate this tag: beast_ball, cherish_ball, dive_ball, dusk_ball, fast_ball, friend_ball, great_ball, gs_ball, heal_ball, heavy_ball, holding_poke_ball, level_ball, love_ball, lure_ball, luxury_ball, master_ball, moon_ball, net_ball, poke_ball_(basic), poke_ball_(legends), premier_ball, quick_ball, repeat_ball, safari_ball, timer_ball, ultra_ball, and waist_poke_ball (learn more).