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PostSubject: Pokeballs and Small Balls   Fri Nov 22, 2013 3:21 am

Name: Poke Ball
Type: Ball
Appearance: This ball can shrink down and expand. It features a white underside and a red topside. This is seen and easily recognized as the symbol of the trainer lifestyle.
Description: These can capture normal and common pokemon. They are unable to capture morphs or the more intelligent pokemon who are actual characters.
Cost: 20 Coins

Name: Great Ball
Type: Ball
Appearance: These balls shrink and expand like normal pokeballs, they are white on the bottom, and blue on the top. The top also boasts 2 red stripes
Description: These are stronger and more able to capture more..resistant pokemon. As such, they need not be as defeated as a normal pokeball. These can capture pokemon characters, but are not good at it.
Cost: 50 Coins

Name: Ultra Ball
Type: Ball
Appearance: These shrinking and expanding balls are white on the bottom and black on the top. The top is marked by a large yellow H.
Description: These are stronger still, and the first ball able to actually capture a morph. That said they are not great at it, and a morph isn't a normal pokemon. They can break out of these even after capture, wether a trainer wants them to or not. Many recount stories of morphs breaking from their balls and breaking the ball, before fleeing to safety.
Cost: 100 Coins

Name: Master Ball
Type: Ball
Appearance: This ball is another expanding and shrinking ball. It has a white bottom and a purple top. The purple has 2 pinkish circles in it, one on each side of the letter M, which was just over the button.
Description: This ball is not a 1-hit capture, as in the games. But it is very difficult to escape. It is the only ball capable of capturing a Human>Pokemon morph against their will. But even then it can't keep them forever, and they can break free without permission. With this ball, one simply needs to wear them out a bit, hit them a few times. They don't need to be down and out of the fight, or exhausted.
Cost: 250 Coins

Name: Small Ball
Type: Ball
Appearance: This ball is entirely white, with no markings. It can expand and shrink, but both of those are only half the size of a normal pokeball's sizes.
Description: This is basically a pokeball designed to be much smaller, for use in smaller morphs, designed in the city of Nakir. It is somewhere in strength between a pokeball and a great ball.
Cost: 35

Name: Greater Small Ball
Type: Ball
Appearance: This ball is entirely white save for a golden S on the top of one side, which is considered the top side. It is far small than a normal ball type in both it's normal and shrunken states.
Description: These balls range between the great and ultra ball in power, capable of capturing a morph, but only when they are completely down and out, and even then with some difficulty.
Cost: 75 Coins


Name: Grand Small Ball
Type: Ball
Appearance: This ball si entirely white, and far smaller than a normal pokeball in it's sizes. It has a large golden G on the top side
Description: This ball ranges between an ultra and a master ball in power It is slightly less powerfull than a master ball, requiring you to wear down a pokemon more, yet is still barely capable of capturing a human>pokemon morph.
Cost: 200 Coins

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[b]Name:[/b] Poke Ball
[b]Type:[/b] Ball
[b]Appearance:[/b] This ball can shrink down and expand. It features a white underside and a red topside. This is seen and easily recognized as the symbol of the trainer lifestyle.
[b]Description:[/b] These can capture normal and common pokemon. They are unable to capture morphs or the more intelligent pokemon who are actual characters.
[b]Cost:[/b] 20 Coins

[b]Name:[/b] Great Ball
[b]Type:[/b] Ball
[b]Appearance:[/b] These balls shrink and expand like normal pokeballs, they are white on the bottom, and blue on the top. The top also boasts 2 red stripes
[b]Description:[/b] These are stronger and more able to capture more..resistant pokemon. As such, they need not be as defeated as a normal pokeball. These can capture pokemon characters, but are not good at it.
[b]Cost:[/b] 50 Coins

[b]Name:[/b] Ultra Ball
[b]Type:[/b] Ball
[b]Appearance:[/b] These shrinking and expanding balls are white on the bottom and black on the top. The top is marked by a large yellow H.
[b]Description:[/b] These are stronger still, and the first ball able to actually capture a morph. That said they are not great at it, and a morph isn't a normal pokemon. They can break out of these even after capture, wether a trainer wants them to or not. Many recount stories of morphs breaking from their balls and breaking the ball, before fleeing to safety.
[b]Cost:[/b] 100 Coins

[b]Name:[/b] Master Ball
[b]Type:[/b] Ball
[b]Appearance:[/b] This ball is another expanding and shrinking ball. It has a white bottom and a purple top. The purple has 2 pinkish circles in it, one on each side of the letter M, which was just over the button.
[b]Description:[/b] This ball is not a 1-hit capture, as in the games. But it is very difficult to escape. It is the only ball capable of capturing a Human>Pokemon morph against their will. But even then it can't keep them forever, and they can break free without permission. With this ball, one simply needs to wear them out a bit, hit them a few times. They don't need to be down and out of the fight, or exhausted.
[b]Cost:[/b] 250 Coins

[b]Name:[/b] Small Ball
[b]Type:[/b] Ball
[b]Appearance:[/b] This ball is entirely white, with no markings. It can expand and shrink, but both of those are only half the size of a normal pokeball's sizes.
[b]Description:[/b] This is basically a pokeball designed to be much smaller, for use in smaller morphs, designed in the city of Nakir. It is somewhere in strength between a pokeball and a great ball.
[b]Cost:[/b] 35

[b]Name:[/b] Greater Small Ball
[b]Type:[/b] Ball
[b]Appearance:[/b] This ball is entirely white save for a golden S on the top of one side, which is considered the top side. It is far small than a normal ball type in both it's normal and shrunken states.
[b]Description:[/b] These balls range between the great and ultra ball in power, capable of capturing a morph, but only when they are completely down and out, and even then with some difficulty.
[b]Cost:[/b] 75 Coins


[b]Name:[/b] Grand Small Ball
[b]Type:[/b] Ball
[b]Appearance:[/b] This ball si entirely white, and far smaller than a normal pokeball in it's sizes. It has a large golden G on the top side
[b]Description:[/b] This ball ranges between an ultra and a master ball in power It is slightly less powerfull than a master ball, requiring you to wear down a pokemon more, yet is still barely capable of captu
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