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|First Appearance:||Mewtwo Strikes Back|
The Mewtwo Ball is a specialized Poké Ball used by the Pokémon Mewtwo in order to capture the Pokémon whose trainers were selected to go to New Island. Its main purpose is to allow the captured Pokémon to become cloned for Mewtwo's army in order to fight against the originals. The Mewtwo Ball can also capture Pokémon already stored within ordinary Poké Balls, and are able to pursue Pokémon, as if flying. Once the cloning process is complete, the Mewtwo Balls release the captured Pokémon. Togepi was the only Pokémon not to get captured because Misty put it in her bag.
The Mewtwo Ball is primarily black in color and has an eye-shaped object positioned directly in the center of the sphere. There is a grey outline around the eye embedded in the center, which travels around the circumference of the Mewtwo Ball. There are two purple stripes racing down the upper half of the Poké Ball.
The title Mewtwo Ball is conjectural due to the fact that it was never named during the course of the movie.
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Mewtwo Ball · New Island · Flying Palace · Greenfield · Dark Ball · Old Ball · Soul Dew · Defense Mechanism of Alto Mare · Millennium Crystal · Forina · Millennium Comet · Time Flower · Manaphy Egg · Samiya · Sea Crown · People of the Water · Space-Time Tower · Gracidea · Megarig · Time-Space Axis · Jewel of Life · Ripple of Time · Dragon Force · Sword of the Vale · Full Court · Genesect's Home · Allearth Forest · Diamond Domain · Arche Valley · Dahara City · Dahara Tower · Prison Bottle
MS001: Pokémon The First Movie – Mewtwo Strikes Back · MS002: Pokémon The Movie 2000 – The Power of One · MS003: Pokémon The Movie 3 – The Spell of the Unown · MS004: Pokémon 4Ever – Celebi: Voice of the Forest · MS005: Pokémon – Heroes: Latios and Latias · MS006: Pokémon – Jirachi: Wish Maker · MS007: Pokémon – Destiny Deoxys · MS008: Pokémon – Lucario and the Mystery of Mew · Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea · MS010: Pokémon – The Rise of Darkrai · MS011: Pokémon – Giratina and the Sky Warrior · MS012: Pokémon – Arceus and the Jewel of Life · MS013: Pokémon – Zoroark: Master of Illusions . MS014: Pokémon The Movie – Black: Victini and Reshiram and White: Victini and Zekrom . Keldeo and Sword of Justice . Genesect and the Legend Awakened . MS017: Pokémon The Movie – Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction . MS018: Pokémon The Movie – Hoopa and the Clash of Ages
Mewtwo · Mew · Lugia · Entei · Celebi · Suicune · Latios · Latias · Jirachi · Deoxys · Rayquaza · Lucario · Manaphy · Dialga · Palkia · Darkrai · Shaymin · Giratina · Arceus · Zorua · Zoroark · Victini · Zekrom · Reshiram · Keldeo · Kyurem · Cobalion · Terrakion · Virizion · Genesect · Carbink · Xerneas · Yveltal · Diancie · Hoopa · Volcanion
|Other: GS Ball · Mewtwo Ball (Clone Ball) · Dark Ball · Old Ball|