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Where To Buy Special Poke Balls In Pokemon Sword & Shield

Where To Buy Special Poke Balls In Pokemon Sword & Shield
There are tons of special Poke Balls in the game, each with their own effect. In this guide we tell you Where To Buy Special Poke Balls In Pokemon Sword & Shield and the effect that each of the special Poke Balls has, as each one increases the chances depending on one particular factor.

Basic Poke Balls are available at the start of your adventure. Great Balls and Ultra Balls become available as you progress in the story. Other Poke Balls are available in Pokemon Centers with two people at the counter. Sometimes the second person sells TM’s, in other places they sell special Poke Balls.

Where To Buy Special Poke Balls In Pokemon Sword & Shield

There are many different types of Poke Ball that you can only find one or two of. These are usually rewards for minor tasks or from speaking to the Poke Ball guy at each of the gym locations. The table below shows only the special Poke Balls you can physically purchase and have limitless supplies of.

Poke BallWhere To BuyEffect
Luxury BallWyndon Pokemon CenterMakes Pokemon gain friendship faster
Quick BallWyndon Pokemon CenterHigher catch rate if thrown at the start of battle
Quick BallEast Lake Axewell Watt Trader (50w)Higher catch rate if thrown at the start of battle
Repeat BallWyndon Pokemon CenterHigher success if catching a Pokemon caught before
Dive BallHammerlocke Pokemon CenterFor catching Pokemon that live underwater
Dive BallWild Area Meeting Spot Watt Trader (50w)For catching Pokemon that live underwater
Dusk BallHammerlocke Pokemon CenterBetter at catching Pokemon at night or in dark places
Dusk BallDappled Grove Watt Trader (50w)Better at catching Pokemon at night or in dark places
Timer BallHammerlocke Pokemon CenterHigher success the more turns that have passed
Timer BallGiant's Seat Watt Trader (50w)Higher success the more turns that have passed
Heal BallMotostoke Pokemon CenterFully heals any Pokemon caught with this ball
Net BallMotostoke Pokemon CenterBetter at catching water or bug type Pokemon
Net BallHammerlocke Hills Watt Trader (50w)Better at catching water or bug type Pokemon
Nest BallMotostoke Pokemon CenterNest Ball
Nest BallBridge Field Watt Trader (50w)Nest Ball
Heal BallGiant's Cap Watt Trader (20w)Fully heals the caught Pokemon

These are some other special Poke Balls that we’ve found on our journey, that you cannot buy.

Poke BallEffect
Master BallGuarantees a catch (guide)
Friend BallImmediately makes caught Pokemon more friendly
Lure BallIncreases success rate with fished up Pokemon
Heavy BallBetter at catching Heavy Pokemon
Love BallHigher success catching Pokemon of opposite gender
Moon BallCatching Pokemon that evolve with Moon Stone
Dream BallBetter at catching sleeping Pokemon
Beast BallA ball with a low success rate
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There are tons of special Poke Balls in the game, each with their own effect. In this guide we tell you Where To Buy Special Poke Balls In Pokemon Sword & Shield and the effect that each of the special Poke Balls has, as each one increases the chances depending on one particular factor.

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