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The '''Master Ball''' (マスターボール Master Ball) is the best and rarest ball available in any game. It has a two-shade purple top forming two brighter purple circles on the sides of the top, as well as the letter "M" printed on the top. The Master Ball has a 100% chance to catch any Pokémon, no matter what the circumstances and could be described best as "the ball that never fails".
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The '''Master Ball''' (マスターボール Master Ball) is the best and rarest ball available in any game. It has a two-shade purple top forming two brighter purple circles on the sides of the top, as well as the letter "M" printed on the top. The Master Ball has a 100% chance to catch any Pokémon, no matter what the circumstances (unless in a trainer battle, and the pokémon is already claimed) and could be described best as "the ball that never fails".
   
 
It was originally manufactured by [[Silph Co.]] in [[Saffron City]], but only a few were produced before [[Team Rocket]] tried to steal them. Since then, they have been discontinued. From then on, the few remaining prototypes were only given to accomplished Pokémon researchers.
 
It was originally manufactured by [[Silph Co.]] in [[Saffron City]], but only a few were produced before [[Team Rocket]] tried to steal them. Since then, they have been discontinued. From then on, the few remaining prototypes were only given to accomplished Pokémon researchers.
   
Only one can be found during the course of the story in each game. However, starting from [[Generation II]], additional Master Balls can be won, albeit very rarely, from the in-game [[Lottery]]. More can also be gained by trading a Pokémon holding a Master Ball from another game. It is possible to get up to 450 master balls without hacking.
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Only one can be found during the course of the story in each game. However, starting from [[Generation II]], additional Master Balls can be won, albeit very rarely, from the in-game [[Lottery]]. More can also be gained by trading a Pokémon holding a Master Ball from another game. It is possible to get up to 450 Master Balls without hacking.
   
 
==Locations==
 
==Locations==
 
===[[Generation I]]===
 
===[[Generation I]]===
*[[Pokémon Red and Blue|Red/Blue]]/[[Pokémon Green|Green]]/[[Pokémon Yellow|Yellow]]: Given by the CEO of Silph Co. after defeating [[Giovanni]] in [[Saffron City]].
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*[[Pokémon Red & Blue Version|Red/Blue]]/[[Pokémon Red & Green Version|Green]]/[[Pokémon Yellow Version: Special Pikachu Edition|Yellow]]: Given by the CEO of Silph Co. after defeating [[Giovanni (game)|Giovanni]] in Saffron City.
   
 
===[[Generation II]]===
 
===[[Generation II]]===
*[[Pokemon Gold and Silver|Gold/Silver]]: Given by [[Professor Elm]] after getting the [[Dragon Fang]] from the [[Dragon's Den]].
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*[[Pokémon Gold & Silver Version|Gold/Silver]]: Given by [[Professor Elm]] after getting the [[Dragon Fang]] from the [[Dragon's Den]].
*[[Pokémon Crystal|Crystal]]: Given by Professor Elm after answering the Elder's test at the Dragon's Den.
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*[[Pokémon Crystal Version|Crystal]]: Given by Professor Elm after answering the Elder's test at the Dragon's Den.
   
 
===Generation III===
 
===Generation III===
*[[Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire|Ruby/Sapphire]]/[[Pokémon Emerald|Emerald]]: Found in a room of the [[Magma Hideout]] (Ruby)/ [[Aqua Hideout]] (Sapphire and Emerald) between 2 [[Electrode]] and a [[Nugget]]{{Tt|*|Inaccessible if not found before capturing Groudon/Kyogre}}.
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*[[Pokémon Ruby & Sapphire Version|Ruby/Sapphire]]/[[Pokémon Emerald Version|Emerald]]: Found in a room of the [[Magma Hideout]] (Ruby)/ [[Aqua Hideout]] (Sapphire and Emerald) between 2 [[Electrode]] and a [[Nugget]]{{Tt|*|Inaccessible if not found before capturing Groudon/Kyogre}}.
*[[Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen|FireRed/LeafGreen]]: Given by the CEO of Silph Co. after defeating Giovanni in Saffron City.
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*[[Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen Version|FireRed/LeafGreen]]: Given by the CEO of Silph Co. after defeating Giovanni in Saffron City.
   
 
===Generation IV===
 
===Generation IV===
*[[Pokémon Diamond and Pearl|Diamond/Pearl]]/[[Pokémon Platinum|Platinum]]: Given by [[Cyrus]] after defeating him at [[Team Galactic's HQ]].
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*[[Pokémon Diamond & Pearl Version|Diamond/Pearl]]/[[Pokémon Platinum Version|Platinum]]: Given by [[Cyrus]] after defeating him at [[Team Galactic's HQ]].
*[[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver|HeartGold/SoulSilver]]: Given by Professor Elm after answering the Elder's test at the Dragon's Den.
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*[[Pokémon HeartGold & SoulSilver Version|HeartGold/SoulSilver]]: Given by Professor Elm after answering the Elder's test at the Dragon's Den.
   
 
===Generation V===
 
===Generation V===
*[[Pokémon Black and White (game)|Black/White]]: Given by [[Professor Juniper]] after defeating [[Iris]]/[[Drayden]] in [[Opelucid City]]; Trade 50 Pokémon through the GTS.
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*[[Pokémon Black & White Version|Black/White]]: Given by [[Professor Juniper]] after defeating [[Iris (game)|Iris]]/[[Drayden]] in [[Opelucid City]]; Trade 50 Pokémon through the GTS.
*[[Pokémon Black 2 and White 2|Black 2/White 2]]: Given by [[Professor Juniper]] in [[Mistralton City]]; Defeat [[Colress]] on the [[Plasma Frigate]] after defeating the [[Elite Four]]; can be won from [[Join Avenue]]'s Raffle Shops.
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*[[Pokémon Black 2 & White 2 Version|Black 2/White 2]]: Given by [[Professor Juniper]] in [[Mistralton City]]; Defeat [[Colress]] on the [[Plasma Frigate]] after defeating the [[Elite Four]]; can be won from [[Join Avenue]]'s Raffle Shops.
   
 
===[[Generation VI]]===
 
===[[Generation VI]]===
*[[Pokémon X and Y|X and Y]]: Reward by the manager of the [[Poké Ball Factory]] after defeating a [[Team Flare]] Grunt and [[Mable]].
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*[[Pokémon X & Y|X and Y]]: Reward by the manager of the [[Poké Ball Factory]] after defeating a [[Team Flare]] Grunt and [[Mable]].
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==Super Smash Bros. series==
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The Master Ball was introduced as a new item in the ''Super Smash Bros.'' series in the upcoming game called ''[[Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U]]'' as a second item from the ''Pokémon'' series, it only opens up Rare and [[Legendary Pokémon]].
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==Trivia==
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*It can catch any Pokémon without fail.
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*It is considered the most powerful Poké Ball.
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*The Generation V games are so far the only ones where it is possible to get more than 1 Master Ball without winning it from an in-game Lottery corner.
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*Though production of it is believed to have been discontinued by Silph Co. following Giovanni's and Team Rocket's attempted takeover, given its appearance in other games it is more likely that the company still produces a limited number of Master Balls for use mainly by Pokémon researchers (like [[Professor Oak]] and Professor Elm), high-ranking members of the Pokémon League (such as the Elite Four and League Champion), those given away as Lottery Prizes, and possibly some for use by Silph employees. It is also possible and likely that due to their capture rate, their production and distribution is monitored and regulated by Pokémon League. Given Cyrus having a Master Ball in his possession, it is likely that a few may have made their way into the hands of criminals, via either theft or purchased on the [[wikipedia:Black market|black market]].
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*The Master Ball's rarity in both the games and anime is likely due to several factors:
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**Team Rocket's attempted takeover of Silph Co. and attempt to steal the Master Ball (in the games only).
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**In the both the games and anime, its high capture rate would make catching wild Pokémon too easy and if it were easily available, it could cause the number of certain Pokémon in the wild to decrease due to excessive catching.
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**Possible misuse or reverse engineering of it by Pokémon Poachers and criminal organizations such as Team Rocket, [[Team Aqua]], [[Team Magma]], [[Cipher]], [[Team Snagem]], [[Team Galactic]], and [[Team Plasma]] (in both the anime and the games).
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**If Master Balls were commonplace, it would likely render all other models obsolete, which could force Poké Ball manufacturers to discontinue some and/or all other types of Poké Balls, and its high capture rate would reduce the number of Poké Balls purchased by Trainers, due to a lack of failed captures (in the games, if a capture attempt fails, the Poké Ball used is lost, a fact which encourages Trainers to purchase more Poké Balls to prevent running out and/or purchase Poké Balls to replace the ones that where lost due to failed captures).
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
<gallery captionalign="left">
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<gallery>
Master_Ball_Sprite.png|Master Ball Sprite
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Master Ball Sprite.png|Master Ball Sprite
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
   
== See also ==
 
* [[Poké Ball]]
 
 
== Trivia ==
 
* It can catch any Pokémon without fail.
 
* It is considered the most powerful Poké Ball.
 
* The Generation V games are so far the only ones where it is possible to get more than 1 Master Ball without winning it from an in-game Lottery corner.
 
*Though production of it is believed to have been discontinued by Silph Co following Giovanni's and Team Rocket's attempted takeover, given its appearance in other games it is more likely that the company still produces a limited number of Master Balls for use mainly by Pokémon researchers (like Prof. Oak and Prof. Elm), high-ranking members of the Pokémon League (such as the Elite Four and League Champion), those given away as Lottery Prizes, and possibly some for use by Silph employees. It is also possible and likely that due to their capture rate their production and distribution is monitored and regulated by Pokémon League. Given Cyrus having a Master Ball in his possession it is likely that a few may have made their way into the hands of criminals via either theft or purchased on the [[wikipedia:Black market|black market]].
 
*The Master Ball's rarity in both the games and anime is likely due to several factors:
 
**Team Rocket's attempted takeover of Silph Co and attempt to steal the Master Ball (in the games only).
 
**In the both the games and anime, its high capture rate would make catching wild Pokémon too easy and if it where easily available it could cause the number of certain Pokémon in the wild to decrease due to over catching.
 
**Possible misuse or reverse engineering of it by Pokémon Poachers and criminal organizations such as [[Team Rocket]], [[Team Aqua]], [[Team Magma]], [[Cipher]], [[Team Snagem]], [[Team Galactic]], and [[Team Plasma]] (in both the anime and the games).
 
**If Master Balls were commonplace, it would likely render all other models obsolete, which could force Poké Ball manufacturers to discontinue some and/or all other types of Poké Balls, and its high capture rate would reduce the number of Poké Balls purchased by Trainers, due to a lack of failed captures (in the games, if a capture attempt fails the Poké Ball used is lost, a fact which encourages Trainers to purchase more Poké Balls to prevent running out and/or purchase Poké Balls to replace the ones that where lost due to failed captures).
 
 
{{Poké Ball}}
 
{{Poké Ball}}
 
[[Category:Items]]
 
[[Category:Items]]
[[Category:Pokéballs]]
 
 
[[Category:Generation I Items]]
 
[[Category:Generation I Items]]

Latest revision as of 17:47, September 18, 2014

Master Ball
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Buy: Poké Dollar Can't be bought
Sell: Poké Dollar Can't be sold
First Appearance: Pokémon Red and Blue
Catch Rate: 100%

The Master Ball (マスターボール Master Ball) is the best and rarest ball available in any game. It has a two-shade purple top forming two brighter purple circles on the sides of the top, as well as the letter "M" printed on the top. The Master Ball has a 100% chance to catch any Pokémon, no matter what the circumstances (unless in a trainer battle, and the pokémon is already claimed) and could be described best as "the ball that never fails".

It was originally manufactured by Silph Co. in Saffron City, but only a few were produced before Team Rocket tried to steal them. Since then, they have been discontinued. From then on, the few remaining prototypes were only given to accomplished Pokémon researchers.

Only one can be found during the course of the story in each game. However, starting from Generation II, additional Master Balls can be won, albeit very rarely, from the in-game Lottery. More can also be gained by trading a Pokémon holding a Master Ball from another game. It is possible to get up to 450 Master Balls without hacking.

LocationsEdit

Generation IEdit

Generation IIEdit

Generation IIIEdit

Generation IVEdit

Generation VEdit

Generation VIEdit

Super Smash Bros. seriesEdit

The Master Ball was introduced as a new item in the Super Smash Bros. series in the upcoming game called Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U as a second item from the Pokémon series, it only opens up Rare and Legendary Pokémon.

TriviaEdit

  • It can catch any Pokémon without fail.
  • It is considered the most powerful Poké Ball.
  • The Generation V games are so far the only ones where it is possible to get more than 1 Master Ball without winning it from an in-game Lottery corner.
  • Though production of it is believed to have been discontinued by Silph Co. following Giovanni's and Team Rocket's attempted takeover, given its appearance in other games it is more likely that the company still produces a limited number of Master Balls for use mainly by Pokémon researchers (like Professor Oak and Professor Elm), high-ranking members of the Pokémon League (such as the Elite Four and League Champion), those given away as Lottery Prizes, and possibly some for use by Silph employees. It is also possible and likely that due to their capture rate, their production and distribution is monitored and regulated by Pokémon League. Given Cyrus having a Master Ball in his possession, it is likely that a few may have made their way into the hands of criminals, via either theft or purchased on the black market.
  • The Master Ball's rarity in both the games and anime is likely due to several factors:
    • Team Rocket's attempted takeover of Silph Co. and attempt to steal the Master Ball (in the games only).
    • In the both the games and anime, its high capture rate would make catching wild Pokémon too easy and if it were easily available, it could cause the number of certain Pokémon in the wild to decrease due to excessive catching.
    • Possible misuse or reverse engineering of it by Pokémon Poachers and criminal organizations such as Team Rocket, Team Aqua, Team Magma, Cipher, Team Snagem, Team Galactic, and Team Plasma (in both the anime and the games).
    • If Master Balls were commonplace, it would likely render all other models obsolete, which could force Poké Ball manufacturers to discontinue some and/or all other types of Poké Balls, and its high capture rate would reduce the number of Poké Balls purchased by Trainers, due to a lack of failed captures (in the games, if a capture attempt fails, the Poké Ball used is lost, a fact which encourages Trainers to purchase more Poké Balls to prevent running out and/or purchase Poké Balls to replace the ones that where lost due to failed captures).

GalleryEdit

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