Seal

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For the Pokémon based on the animal seal, see Seel.

A Seal on a Ball Capsule.

Seals are small stickers introduced in Generation IV that are able to be attached to Ball Capsules, which can in turn be attached to Poké Balls, to attain a special effect when a Pokémon comes out of them, instead of the usual flash of light. In Pokémon Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum, a majority of Seals can be purchased at the Market in Sunyshore City, where the selection changes daily. However, there are an additional 28 Seals (letters A through Z, an exclamation point and a question mark), obtained by showing Unown to a boy in Solaceon Town. This can be repeated as often as needed - a new Unown is not needed each time. In HeartGold and SoulSilver, three Seals can be acquired each day from a girl in Olivine City. Once a Seal is bought, it cannot be sold or thrown away legitimately.

Eight seals at a time can be attached to any Ball Capsule. They can be set in the player's PC. Where they are placed on the Ball Capsule will affect where the effect is displayed upon the Pokémon's release.

Sunyshore Market seals

Type Description Sale day Price (PokémonDollar.png)
Heart Seals A Small pink hearts surround a spot. Monday 50
B Big pink hearts surround a spot. Tuesday 50
C Small black hearts surround a spot. Wednesday 50
D Big black hearts surround a spot. Thursday 50
E Small pink hearts geyser above a spot. Friday 100
F Big pink hearts geyser above a spot. Saturday 100
Star Seals A Three small yellow stars surround a spot. Sunday 50
B Many large yellow stars surround a spot. Monday 50
C Three small blue stars surround a spot. Tuesday 50
D Many large blue stars surround a spot. Wednesday 50
E A few yellow stars geyser above a spot, then turn blue as they fall. Thursday 100
F More yellow stars geyser above a spot, then turn blue as they fall. Friday 100
Line Seals A White lines fly away from a spot. Saturday 100
B Yellow lines fly away from a spot. Sunday 100
C Black lines fly away from a spot. Monday 100
D Blue lines fly away from a spot. Tuesday 100
Smoke Seals A White smoke poofs above a spot. Wednesday 100
B Black smoke poofs above a spot. Thursday 100
C White smoke poofs below a spot. Friday 100
D Black smoke poofs below a spot. Saturday 100
Ele-Seals A Three yellow lightning bolts fly from the top of a spot. Sunday 100
B Many green lightning bolts fly from the top of a spot. Monday 100
C Three yellow lightning bolts fly from the bottom of a spot. Tuesday 100
D Many green lightning bolts fly from the bottom of a spot. Wednesday 100
Foamy Seals A Several blue bubbles fly away from a spot. Thursday 50
B Many blue bubbles fly away from a spot. Friday 50
C Several purple bubbles fly away from a spot. Saturday 50
D Many purple bubbles fly away from a spot. Sunday 50
Fire Seals A A blast of red fire comes from a spot. Monday 50
B A larger blast of red fire comes from a spot. Tuesday 50
C A blast of blue fire comes from a spot. Wednesday 50
D A larger blast of blue fire comes from a spot. Thursday 50
Party Seals A Red confetti floats down. Friday 50
B Blue confetti floats down. Saturday 50
C Green confetti floats down. Sunday 100
D White confetti floats down. Monday 100
Flora Seals A Large pink petals float down from a spot. Tuesday 50
B Small pink petals scatter in a burst from a spot. Wednesday 50
C Large purple petals float down from a spot. Thursday 50
D Small purple petals scatter in a burst from a spot. Friday 50
E Large orange petals float down from a spot. Saturday 50
F Small orange petals scatter in a burst from a spot. Sunday 50
Song Seals A A green G-clef flies in a random direction. Monday 50
B A red quarter note flies in a random direction. Tuesday 50
C An orange quarter note flies in a random direction. Wednesday 50
D A yellow eighth note flies in a random direction. Thursday 50
E A blue eighth note flies in a random direction. Friday 50
F A yellow half note flies in a random direction. Saturday 50
G A pair of linked navy blue eighth notes fly in a random direction. Sunday 50

Alphabet seals

Obtained by showing the respective Unown to a boy in a house in Solaceon Town.

  • A: Displays a red letter A.
  • B: Displays an orange letter B.
  • C: Displays a yellow letter C.
  • D: Displays a green letter D.
  • E: Displays a blue letter E.
  • F: Displays a light blue letter F.
  • G: Displays a purple letter G.
  • H: Displays a pink letter H.
  • I: Displays a red letter I.
  • J: Displays an orange letter J.
  • K: Displays a yellow letter K.
  • L: Displays a green letter L.
  • M: Displays a blue letter M.
  • N: Displays a light blue letter N.
  • O: Displays a purple letter O.
  • P: Displays a pink letter P.
  • Q: Displays a red letter Q.
  • R: Displays an orange letter R.
  • S: Displays a yellow letter S.
  • T: Displays a green letter T.
  • U: Displays a blue letter U.
  • V: Displays a light blue letter V.
  • W: Displays a purple letter W.
  • X: Displays a pink letter X.
  • Y: Displays a red letter Y.
  • Z: Displays an orange letter Z.
  • Shock Seal: Displays a red !.
  • Mystery Seal: Displays a blue ?.

In the anime

Seals are commonly used in contests. These make the entrance of the Pokémon more attractive and may sometimes affect the score given to them also. A few Seals are supplied when a coordinator receives a Seal Case, but the majority are bought at shops and markets.

Trivia


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