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The [[Great Ball]] is a type of Poké Ball in the [[Pokémon games]], which has an improved capture rate over the regular Poké Ball. The fact that this card doesn't require a coin flip to work, whereas the {{TCG ID|Jungle|Poké Ball|64}} card did, might be a reference to this fact.
 
The [[Great Ball]] is a type of Poké Ball in the [[Pokémon games]], which has an improved capture rate over the regular Poké Ball. The fact that this card doesn't require a coin flip to work, whereas the {{TCG ID|Jungle|Poké Ball|64}} card did, might be a reference to this fact.
   
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[[Category:Trainer cards]]
 
[[Category:Trainer cards]]

Revision as of 15:18, 9 June 2010

Great Ball
スーパーボール Super Ball
Trainer
180px
Illus. Nakaoka
Expansion EX FireRed & LeafGreen
Rarity Uncommon
English card no. 92/112
Japanese card no. 75/82
Expansion EX Delta Species
Rarity Uncommon
English card no. 90/113
Japanese Half Deck Jolteon Half Deck
Japanese card no. 8/15
Expansion EX Power Keepers
Rarity Uncommon
English card no. 77/108
Japanese card no. 85/108
Expansion Stormfront
Rarity Uncommon
English card no. 85/108
Japanese card no. 082/092

Great Ball (Japanese: スーパーボール Super Ball) is a Trainer card. It is part of the EX FireRed & LeafGreen expansion.

Card text

Template:Trainer Text

Release information

Stormfront print

This card was reprinted in the EX Delta Species and EX Power Keepers sets with the same artwork and effect, then again in the Stormfront set with new artwork by Kent Kanetsuna and the "(excluding Pokémon-ex)" clause removed from the effect, widening the range of Pokémon that can be searched for.

Trivia

Origin

The Great Ball is a type of Poké Ball in the Pokémon games, which has an improved capture rate over the regular Poké Ball. The fact that this card doesn't require a coin flip to work, whereas the Poké Ball card did, might be a reference to this fact.


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