Poké Ball
Poke Ball (model).pngCitrine Ball (model).pngVerdant Ball (model).pngAzure Ball (model).pngRoseate Ball (model).pngSlate Ball (model).pngPremier Ball (model).pngGreat Ball (model).pngUltra Ball (model).pngSafari Ball (model).pngFast Ball (model).pngLevel Ball (model).pngLure Ball (model).pngHeavy Ball (model).pngLove Ball (model).pngFriend Ball (model).pngMoon Ball (model).pngSport Ball (model).pngPark Ball (model).pngNet Ball (model).pngDive Ball (model).pngNest Ball (model).pngRepeat Ball (model).pngTimer Ball (model).pngLuxury Ball (model).pngDusk Ball (model).pngHeal Ball (model).pngQuick Ball (model).pngDream Ball (model).pngBeast Ball (model).pngMaster Ball (model).pngCherish Ball (model).png
Poke Ball.pngPoké Ball
Citrine Ball.pngCitrine Ball
Verdant Ball.pngVerdant Ball
Azure Ball.pngAzure Ball
Roseate Ball.pngRoseate Ball
Slate Ball.pngSlate Ball
Premier Ball.pngPremier Ball
Great Ball.pngGreat Ball
Ultra Ball.pngUltra Ball
Safari Ball.pngSafari Ball
Fast Ball.pngFast Ball
Level Ball.pngLevel Ball
Lure Ball.pngLure Ball
Heavy Ball.pngHeavy Ball
Love Ball.pngLove Ball
Friend Ball.pngFriend Ball
Moon Ball.pngMoon Ball
Sport Ball.pngSport Ball
Park Ball.pngPark Ball
Net Ball.pngDive Ball
Dive Ball.pngDive Ball
Nest Ball.pngNest Ball
Repeat Ball.pngRepeat Ball
Timer Ball.pngTimer Ball
Luxury Ball.pngLuxury Ball
Dusk Ball.pngDusk Ball
Heal Ball.pngHeal Ball
Quick Ball.pngQuick Ball
Dream Ball.pngDream Ball
Beast Ball.pngBeast Ball
Master Ball.pngMaster Ball
Cherish Ball.pngCherish Ball
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A Poké Ball is a tool used for catching and storing caught Pokémon.

There are 32 variants of Poké Balls, 31 of which are obtainable via crafting.

Obtaining

As of Cobblemon version 1.2, all Poké Balls must be crafted as there is no other way to obtain them. New villager professions will potentially sell Poké Balls and related items in future updates.

The Cherish Ball is unobtainable in survival gameplay and can only be obtained through Creative Mode or commands. They can freely be used for any purpose, such as for event distributions on servers.

Usage

Poké Balls are one of the most important tools in Cobblemon. Other Pokémon cannot be obtained aside from the chosen initial starter without them.

In order to catch Pokémon in a Poké Ball, the Poké Ball must first be equipped in a player's hand by selecting it in the hotbar. The Poké Ball can then be thrown at a Pokémon for a chance at capture. If a Poké Ball misses a Pokémon, the thrown ball will drop on the ground as an item and can be recovered.

During battles, selecting the Catch button does not automatically start the catching process. Instead, the player must manually equip a Poké Ball, aim, and throw it themselves.

Each of the 32 variations of Poké Ball have their own catch rates; an assigned value and a possible mechanic that changes the capture chance when thrown at a Pokémon.

If the catch fails, the Pokémon will break out of the ball and the thrown Poké Ball cannot be recovered. If the catch is successful, the Pokémon will be added to the party or be sent to the PC.

Each variation of Poké Ball will display as an icon in the party menu and PC. These icons are purely aesthetic and have no special features.


Poké Ball Types

Poké Ball

Poké Ball
Poke Ball (model).pngPoke Ball (model, open).png
Poke Ball.png

A Poké Ball is one of the 7 basic Poké Balls needed for the A Full Palette advancement.

As with the other 6 basic Poké Balls, it is relatively easy to make, requiring 4 like-color apricorns and a copper ingot to craft.

While Poké Ball can be a general term to refer to a Poké Ball of any kind, Poké Ball can also refer to this ball type specifically.

It has a static catch rate of 1×.

Red Apricorn.pngRed Apricorn
Red Apricorn.pngRed Apricorn
Copper Ingot.pngCopper Ingot
Red Apricorn.pngRed Apricorn
Red Apricorn.pngRed Apricorn
Poke Ball.png4Poké Ball


Citrine Ball

Citrine Ball
Citrine Ball (model).pngCitrine Ball (model, open).png
Citrine Ball.png

A Citrine Ball is one of the 7 basic Poké Balls needed for the A Full Palette advancement.

As with the other 6 basic Poké Balls, it is relatively easy to make, requiring 4 like-color apricorns and a copper ingot to craft.

It is one of the 5 original Poké Balls created for Cobblemon.

It has a static catch rate of 1×.

Yellow Apricorn.pngYellow Apricorn
Yellow Apricorn.pngYellow Apricorn
Copper Ingot.pngCopper Ingot
Yellow Apricorn.pngYellow Apricorn
Yellow Apricorn.pngYellow Apricorn
Citrine Ball.png4Citrine Ball


Verdant Ball

Verdant Ball
Verdant Ball (model).pngVerdant Ball (model, open).png
Verdant Ball.png

A Verdant Ball is one of the 7 basic Poké Balls needed for the A Full Palette advancement.

As with the other 6 basic Poké Balls, it is relatively easy to make, requiring 4 like-color apricorns and a copper ingot to craft.

It is one of the 5 original Poké Balls created for Cobblemon.

It has a static catch rate of 1×.

Green Apricorn.pngGreen Apricorn
Green Apricorn.pngGreen Apricorn
Copper Ingot.pngCopper Ingot
Green Apricorn.pngGreen Apricorn
Green Apricorn.pngGreen Apricorn
Verdant Ball.pngVerdant Ball


Azure Ball

Azure Ball
Azure Ball (model).pngAzure Ball (model, open).png
Azure Ball.png

An Azure Ball is one of the 7 basic Poké Balls needed for the A Full Palette advancement.

As with the other 6 basic Poké Balls, it is relatively easy to make, requiring 4 like-color apricorns and a copper ingot to craft.

It is one of the 5 original Poké Balls created for Cobblemon.

It has a static catch rate of 1×.

Blue Apricorn.pngBlue Apricorn
Blue Apricorn.pngBlue Apricorn
Copper Ingot.pngCopper Ingot
Blue Apricorn.pngBlue Apricorn
Blue Apricorn.pngBlue Apricorn
Azure Ball.png4Azure Ball


Roseate Ball

Roseate Ball
Roseate Ball (model).pngRoseate Ball (model, open).png
Roseate Ball.png

A Roseate Ball is one of the 7 basic Poké Balls needed for the A Full Palette advancement.

As with the other 6 basic Poké Balls, it is relatively easy to make, requiring 4 like-color apricorns and a copper ingot to craft.

It is one of the 5 original Poké Balls created for Cobblemon.

It has a static catch rate of 1×.

Pink Apricorn.pngPink Apricorn
Pink Apricorn.pngPink Apricorn
Copper Ingot.pngCopper Ingot
Pink Apricorn.pngPink Apricorn
Pink Apricorn.pngPink Apricorn
Roseate Ball.png4Roseate Ball


Slate Ball

Slate Ball
Slate Ball (model).pngSlate Ball (model, open).png
Slate Ball.png

A Slate Ball is one of the 7 basic Poké Balls needed for the A Full Palette advancement.

As with the other 6 basic Poké Balls, it is relatively easy to make, requiring 4 like-color apricorns and a copper ingot to craft.

It is one of the 5 original Poké Balls created for Cobblemon.

It has a static catch rate of 1×.

Black Apricorn.pngBlack Apricorn
Black Apricorn.pngBlack Apricorn
Copper Ingot.pngCopper Ingot
Black Apricorn.pngBlack Apricorn
Black Apricorn.pngBlack Apricorn
Slate Ball.png4Slate Ball


Premier Ball

Premier Ball
Premier Ball (model).pngPremier Ball (model, open).png
Premier Ball.png

A Premier Ball is one of the 7 basic Poké Balls needed for the A Full Palette advancement.

As with the other 6 basic Poké Balls, it is relatively easy to make, requiring 4 like-color apricorns and a copper ingot to craft.

Conversely to its original appearance in the Pokémon games, where Premier Balls were only obtainable by purchasing 10 other Poké Balls at shops, Premier Balls are easily craftable in Cobblemon.

It has a static catch rate of 1×.

White Apricorn.pngWhite Apricorn
White Apricorn.pngWhite Apricorn
Copper Ingot.pngCopper Ingot
White Apricorn.pngWhite Apricorn
White Apricorn.pngWhite Apricorn
Premier Ball.png4Premier Ball


Great Ball

Great Ball
Great Ball (model).pngGreat Ball (model, open).png
Great Ball.png

A Great Ball is a second tier Poké Ball.

Unlike first tier Poké Balls, Great Balls require an iron ingot and a specific pattern of multi-colored apricorns to craft.

It functions as a direct upgrade to the Poké Ball, as it has a higher static catch rate.

It has a static catch rate of 1.5×.

Blue Apricorn.pngBlue Apricorn
Red Apricorn.pngRed Apricorn
Iron Ingot.pngIron Ingot
Red Apricorn.pngRed Apricorn
Blue Apricorn.pngBlue Apricorn
Great Ball.png4Great Ball


Ultra Ball

Ultra Ball
Ultra Ball (model).pngUltra Ball (model, open).png
Ultra Ball.png

An Ultra Ball is a third tier Poké Ball.

Unlike first and second tier Poké Balls, Ultra Balls require a gold ingot and a specific pattern of multi-colored apricorns to craft.

It functions as a direct upgrade to the Great Ball, as it has a higher static catch rate.

It has a static catch rate of 2×.

Black Apricorn.pngBlack Apricorn
Yellow Apricorn.pngYellow Apricorn
Gold Ingot.pngGold Ingot
Yellow Apricorn.pngYellow Apricorn
Black Apricorn.pngBlack Apricorn
Ultra Ball.png4Ultra Ball


Safari Ball

Safari Ball
Safari Ball (model).pngSafari Ball (model, open).png
Safari Ball.png

A Safari Ball is a first tier Poké Ball.

Unlike the basic Poké Balls, Safari Balls requires a specific pattern of multi-colored apricorns to craft.

Like most Poké Balls, its catch rate can change drastically under specific conditions.

It has a catch rate of 1.5× when used on a Pokémon outside of battle.

Yellow Apricorn.pngYellow Apricorn
Green Apricorn.pngGreen Apricorn
Copper Ingot.pngCopper Ingot
Green Apricorn.pngGreen Apricorn
White Apricorn.pngWhite Apricorn
Safari Ball.png4Safari Ball


Fast Ball

Fast Ball
Fast Ball (model).pngFast Ball (model, open).png
Fast Ball.png

A Fast Ball is one of the 7 apricorn Poké Balls needed for the Kurt would be Proud advancement.

Unlike first tier Poké Balls, Fast Balls require an iron ingot and a specific pattern of multi-colored apricorns to craft.

Like most Poké Balls, its catch rate can change drastically under specific conditions.

It has a catch rate of 4× when used on Pokémon with 100 or more Base Speed.

Red Apricorn.pngRed Apricorn
Yellow Apricorn.pngYellow Apricorn
Iron Ingot.pngIron Ingot
Yellow Apricorn.pngYellow Apricorn
White Apricorn.pngWhite Apricorn
Fast Ball.png4Fast Ball


Level Ball

Level Ball
Level Ball (model).pngLevel Ball (model, open).png
Level Ball.png

A Level Ball is one of the 7 apricorn Poké Balls needed for the Kurt would be Proud advancement.

Unlike first tier Poké Balls, Level Balls require an iron ingot and a specific pattern of multi-colored apricorns to craft.

Like most Poké Balls, its catch rate can change drastically under specific conditions.

It has a catch rate of anywhere from 1× to 4×. This rate increases based on how much higher the player's Pokémon level is compared to the target.

The Level Ball modifier operates as follows:

  • If the highest level in the player's party is more than four times the level of the target Pokémon, the Level Ball modifier is set to 4.0.
  • If the highest level is more than two times the level of the target Pokémon, the modifier becomes 3.0.
  • If the highest level is greater than the level of the target Pokémon, the modifier is set to 2.0.
  • If none of the above conditions are met, the Level Ball modifier defaults to 1.0.
Black Apricorn.pngBlack Apricorn
Yellow Apricorn.pngYellow Apricorn
Iron Ingot.pngIron Ingot
Pink Apricorn.pngPink Apricorn
Red Apricorn.pngRed Apricorn
Level Ball.png4Level Ball


Lure Ball

Lure Ball
Lure Ball (model).pngLure Ball (model, open).png
Lure Ball.png

A Lure Ball is one of the 7 apricorn Poké Balls needed for the Kurt would be Proud advancement.

Unlike first tier Poké Balls, Lure Balls require an iron ingot and a specific pattern of multi-colored apricorns to craft.

Like most Poké Balls, its catch rate can change drastically under specific conditions.

It has a catch rate of 2× on Water-type Pokémon, but this is planned to change later.

Red Apricorn.pngRed Apricorn
Blue Apricorn.pngBlue Apricorn
Iron Ingot.pngIron Ingot
Green Apricorn.pngGreen Apricorn
Red Apricorn.pngRed Apricorn
Lure Ball.png4Lure Ball


Heavy Ball

Heavy Ball
Heavy Ball (model).pngHeavy Ball (model, open).png
Heavy Ball.png

A Heavy Ball is one of the 7 apricorn Poké Balls needed for the Kurt would be Proud advancement.

Unlike first tier Poké Balls, Heavy Balls require an iron ingot and a specific pattern of multi-colored apricorns to craft.

Like most Poké Balls, its catch rate can change drastically under specific conditions.

It has a catch rate of anywhere from 1× to 4×. This rate increases based on the weight of the target.

The Heavy Ball modifier operates as follows:

  • If the Pokémon's form weight is 3000 hectograms or more, the catch rate multiplier is set to 4.0.
  • If the weight falls within the range of 2000 to 2999 hectograms, the multiplier becomes 2.5.
  • If the weight is between 1000 and 1999 hectograms, the catch rate modifier is set to 1.5.
  • If the Pokémon's form weight is below 1000 hectograms, the catch rate remains unchanged at 1.0.
Black Apricorn.pngBlack Apricorn
Blue Apricorn.pngBlue Apricorn
Iron Ingot.pngIron Ingot
Blue Apricorn.pngBlue Apricorn
Black Apricorn.pngBlack Apricorn
Heavy Ball.png4Heavy Ball


Love Ball

Love Ball
Love Ball (model).pngLove Ball (model, open).png
Love Ball.png

A Love Ball is one of the 7 apricorn Poké Balls needed for the Kurt would be Proud advancement.

Unlike first and second tier Poké Balls, Love Balls require a gold ingot and a specific pattern of multi-colored apricorns to craft.

Like most Poké Balls, its catch rate can change drastically under specific conditions.

It has a catch rate of 8× if the target is the opposite gender and the same species as one of the player's Pokémon. Otherwise, it has a 1× catch rate.

White Apricorn.pngWhite Apricorn
Pink Apricorn.pngPink Apricorn
Gold Ingot.pngGold Ingot
Pink Apricorn.pngPink Apricorn
Pink Apricorn.pngPink Apricorn
Love Ball.png4Love Ball


Friend Ball

Friend Ball
Friend Ball (model).pngFriend Ball (model, open).png
Friend Ball.png

A Friend Ball is one of the 7 apricorn Poké Balls needed for the Kurt would be Proud advancement.

Unlike first tier Poké Balls, Friend Balls requires an iron ingot and a specific pattern of multi-colored apricorns to craft.

It has a catch rate of 1×. Pokémon caught in a Friend Ball will start with 150 Friendship.

Yellow Apricorn.pngYellow Apricorn
Green Apricorn.pngGreen Apricorn
Iron Ingot.pngIron Ingot
Green Apricorn.pngGreen Apricorn
Red Apricorn.pngRed Apricorn
Friend Ball.png4Friend Ball


Moon Ball

Moon Ball
Moon Ball (model).pngMoon Ball (model, open).png
Moon Ball.png

A Moon Ball is one of the 7 apricorn Poké Balls needed for the Kurt would be Proud advancement.

Unlike first tier Poké Balls, Moon Balls require an iron ingot and a specific pattern of multi-colored apricorns to craft.

Like most Poké Balls, its catch rate can change drastically under specific conditions.

It has a catch rate of anywhere from 1× to 4×. This rate increases based on how close the phase of the moon is to being full, and is only active at night.

Yellow Apricorn.pngYellow Apricorn
Blue Apricorn.pngBlue Apricorn
Iron Ingot.pngIron Ingot
Black Apricorn.pngBlack Apricorn
White Apricorn.pngWhite Apricorn
Moon Ball.png4Moon Ball


Sport Ball

Sport Ball
Sport Ball (model).pngSport Ball (model, open).png
Sport Ball.png

A Sport Ball is a second tier Poké Ball.

Unlike first tier Poké Balls, Sport Balls require an iron ingot and a specific pattern of multi-colored apricorns to craft.

It has a static catch rate of 1.5×.

Its catch rate and function is subject to change in future updates.

White Apricorn.pngWhite Apricorn
Red Apricorn.pngRed Apricorn
Iron Ingot.pngIron Ingot
Red Apricorn.pngRed Apricorn
Red Apricorn.pngRed Apricorn
Sport Ball.png4Sport Ball


Park Ball

Park Ball
Park Ball (model).pngPark Ball (model, open).png
Park Ball.png

A Park Ball is a second tier Poké Ball.

Unlike first tier Poké Balls, Park Balls require an iron ingot and a specific pattern of multi-colored apricorns to craft.

Its design and functionality was inspired by the Park Ball that appeared in episode 161 of the Pokémon anime series, rather than the unobtainable Park Ball that was introduced in the Generation IV game series.

Like most Poké Balls, its catch rate can change drastically under specific conditions.

It has a catch rate of 2.5× when used on a Pokémon inside a Forest or Plains biome.

Red Apricorn.pngRed Apricorn
Green Apricorn.pngGreen Apricorn
Iron Ingot.pngIron Ingot
Green Apricorn.pngGreen Apricorn
Green Apricorn.pngGreen Apricorn
Park Ball.png4Park Ball


Net Ball

Net Ball
Net Ball (model).pngNet Ball (model, open).png
Net Ball.png

A Net Ball is a second tier Poké Ball.

Unlike first tier Poké Balls, Net Balls require an iron ingot and a specific pattern of multi-colored apricorns to craft.

Like most Poké Balls, its catch rate can change drastically under specific conditions.

It has a catch rate of 3× when used on Bug-type or Water-type Pokémon.

Black Apricorn.pngBlack Apricorn
Blue Apricorn.pngBlue Apricorn
Iron Ingot.pngIron Ingot
Blue Apricorn.pngBlue Apricorn
White Apricorn.pngWhite Apricorn
Net Ball.png4Net Ball


Dive Ball

Dive Ball
Dive Ball (model).pngDive Ball (model, open).png
Dive Ball.png

A Dive Ball is a second tier Poké Ball.

Unlike first tier Poké Balls, Dive Balls require an iron ingot and a specific pattern of multi-colored apricorns to craft.

Like most Poké Balls, its catch rate can change drastically under specific conditions.

It has a catch rate of 3.5× when used on Pokémon submerged underwater.

Unlike all other Poké Balls, the Dive Ball is unaffected by underwater drag. This means it moves underwater in the same way that it moves above water.

White Apricorn.pngWhite Apricorn
Blue Apricorn.pngBlue Apricorn
Iron Ingot.pngIron Ingot
Blue Apricorn.pngBlue Apricorn
Blue Apricorn.pngBlue Apricorn
Dive Ball.png4Dive Ball


Nest Ball

Nest Ball
Nest Ball (model).pngNest Ball (model, open).png
Nest Ball.png

A Nest Ball is a second tier Poké Ball.

Unlike first tier Poké Balls, Nest Balls require an iron ingot and a specific pattern of multi-colored apricorns to craft.

Like most Poké Balls, its catch rate can change drastically under specific conditions.

It has a catch rate of 1× to 4×, increasing the lower the target's level is from 30.

If the target Pokémon's level is less than 30, a modifier equal to 41 - the target Pokémon's level, divided by 10 is given.

Green Apricorn.pngGreen Apricorn
Yellow Apricorn.pngYellow Apricorn
Iron Ingot.pngIron Ingot
Yellow Apricorn.pngYellow Apricorn
Green Apricorn.pngGreen Apricorn
Nest Ball.png4Nest Ball


Repeat Ball

Repeat Ball
Repeat Ball (model).pngRepeat Ball (model, open).png
Repeat Ball.png

A Repeat Ball is a third tier Poké Ball.

Unlike first and second tier Poké Balls, Repeat Balls require a gold ingot and a specific pattern of multi-colored apricorns to craft.

It has a static catch rate of 1×. Repeat Balls currently do not have any special catch mechanics as the Pokédex is not yet implemented in the current version of Cobblemon.

Black Apricorn.pngBlack Apricorn
Red Apricorn.pngRed Apricorn
Gold Ingot.pngGold Ingot
Red Apricorn.pngRed Apricorn
Yellow Apricorn.pngYellow Apricorn
Repeat Ball.png4Repeat Ball


Timer Ball

Timer Ball
Timer Ball (model).pngTimer Ball (model, open).png
Timer Ball.png

A Timer Ball is a third tier Poké Ball.

Unlike first and second tier Poké Balls, Timer Balls require a gold ingot and a specific pattern of multi-colored apricorns to craft.

Like most Poké Balls, its catch rate can change drastically under specific conditions.

It grants a cumulative catch rate of about 0.3× per turn passed in battle, up to a maximum catch rate of 4×.

Red Apricorn.pngRed Apricorn
White Apricorn.pngWhite Apricorn
Gold Ingot.pngGold Ingot
White Apricorn.pngWhite Apricorn
Black Apricorn.pngBlack Apricorn
Timer Ball.png4Timer Ball


Luxury Ball

Luxury Ball
Luxury Ball (model).pngLuxury Ball (model, open).png
Luxury Ball.png

A Luxury Ball is a third tier Poké Ball.

Unlike first and second tier Poké Balls, Luxury Balls require a gold ingot and a specific pattern of multi-colored apricorns to craft.

It has a static catch rate of 1×. Pokémon caught in a Luxury Ball will gain Friendship twice as fast.

Black Apricorn.pngBlack Apricorn
White Apricorn.pngWhite Apricorn
Gold Ingot.pngGold Ingot
Red Apricorn.pngRed Apricorn
Black Apricorn.pngBlack Apricorn
Luxury Ball.png4Luxury Ball


Dusk Ball

Dusk Ball
Dusk Ball (model).pngDusk Ball (model, open).png
Dusk Ball.png

A Dusk Ball is a third tier Poké Ball.

Unlike first and second tier Poké Balls, Dusk Balls require a gold ingot and a specific pattern of multi-colored apricorns to craft.

Like most Poké Balls, its catch rate can change drastically under specific conditions.

It has a catch rate of 3× if the target is in light level 0 and 1.5× if in the target is in light level 1-7.

Green Apricorn.pngGreen Apricorn
Black Apricorn.pngBlack Apricorn
Gold Ingot.pngGold Ingot
Black Apricorn.pngBlack Apricorn
Green Apricorn.pngGreen Apricorn
Dusk Ball.png4Dusk Ball


Heal Ball

Heal Ball
Heal Ball (model).pngHeal Ball (model, open).png
Heal Ball.png

A Heal Ball is a first tier Poké Ball.

Unlike the basic Poké Balls, Heal Balls require a specific pattern of multi-colored apricorns to craft.

It has a static catch rate of 1×. Pokémon caught in a Heal Ball will fully restore HP, PP, and status conditions upon capture.

Pink Apricorn.pngPink Apricorn
White Apricorn.pngWhite Apricorn
Copper Ingot.pngCopper Ingot
White Apricorn.pngWhite Apricorn
Pink Apricorn.pngPink Apricorn
Heal Ball.png4Heal Ball


Quick Ball

Quick Ball
Quick Ball (model).pngQuick Ball (model, open).png
Quick Ball.png

A Quick Ball is a third tier Poké Ball.

Unlike first and second tier Poké Balls, Quick Balls require a gold ingot and a specific pattern of multi-colored apricorns to craft.

Like most Poké Balls, its catch rate can change drastically under specific conditions.

It has a catch rate of 5× on the first turn of battle.

Blue Apricorn.pngBlue Apricorn
Yellow Apricorn.pngYellow Apricorn
Gold Ingot.pngGold Ingot
Yellow Apricorn.pngYellow Apricorn
Blue Apricorn.pngBlue Apricorn
Quick Ball.png4Quick Ball


Dream Ball

Dream Ball
Dream Ball (model).pngDream Ball (model, open).png
Dream Ball.png

A Dream Ball is a fourth tier Poké Ball.

Unlike first, second, or third tier Poké Balls, Dream Balls require a diamond and a specific pattern of multi-colored apricorns to craft.

Like most Poké Balls, its catch rate can change drastically under specific conditions.

It has a catch rate of 4× on sleeping Pokémon.

Red Apricorn.pngRed Apricorn
Pink Apricorn.pngPink Apricorn
Diamond.pngDiamond
Pink Apricorn.pngPink Apricorn
Blue Apricorn.pngBlue Apricorn
Dream Ball.png4Dream Ball


Beast Ball

Beast Ball
Beast Ball (model).pngBeast Ball (model, open).png
Beast Ball.png

A Beast Ball is a fourth tier Poké Ball.

Unlike first, second, or third tier Poké Balls, Beast Balls require a diamond and a specific pattern of echo shards and gold ingots to craft.

Like most Poké Balls, its catch rate can change drastically under specific conditions.

It has a catch rate of 5× on Ultra Beasts, 0.1× otherwise.

All other Poké Balls have a 0.1× catch rate on Ultra Beasts.

Gold Ingot.pngGold Ingot
Echo Shard.pngEcho Shard
Gold Ingot.pngGold Ingot
Echo Shard.pngEcho Shard
Diamond.pngDiamond
Echo Shard.pngEcho Shard
Gold Ingot.pngGold Ingot
Echo Shard.pngEcho Shard
Gold Ingot.pngGold Ingot
Beast Ball.png8Beast Ball


Master Ball

Master Ball
Master Ball (model).pngMaster Ball (model, open).png
Master Ball.png

A Master Ball is the highest tier of Poké Ball.

Unlike the other tiers of Poké Balls, Master Balls require a nether star and a specific pattern of shulker shells and netherite ingots to craft.

It functions as the final upgrade to the Poké Ball, as it has a higher static catch rate.

It has a 100% catch rate, meaning that it will never fail in catching a target.

Due to it being crafted with Netherite, the Master Ball will not burn in fire or lava.

Shulker Shell.pngShulker Shell
Netherite Ingot.pngNetherite Ingot
Nether Star.pngNether Star
Netherite Ingot.pngNetherite Ingot
Shulker Shell.pngShulker Shell
Master Ball.pngMaster Ball


Cherish Ball

Cherish Ball
Cherish Ball (model).pngCherish Ball (model, open).png
Cherish Ball.png

A Cherish Ball is an untiered Poké Ball.

Unlike all other Poké Balls, the Cherish Ball is not craftable or obtainable in normal gameplay.

Cherish Balls can freely be used for any purpose, such as for event distributions on servers.

If using commands or if obtained via Creative Mode, it has a static catch rate of 1×.