Sport Ball

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Sport Ball
コンペボール
Compé Ball
Sport Ball
Sport Ball
Artwork from Pokémon Global Link
Introduced in Generation II
Pocket
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The Sport Ball (Japanese: コンペボール Compé Ball) is a type of Poké Ball introduced in Generation II. It can be used to capture wild Pokémon during a Bug-Catching Contest.

Prior to Generation IV, this Poké Ball was called the Park Ball (Japanese: パークボール Park Ball).

In the core series games

Price

The Sport Ball cannot be legitimately bought or sold.

Effect

When used in a wild encounter during a Bug-Catching Contest, it will attempt to capture the wild Pokémon with a 1.5× catch rate modifier.

Description

Games Description
GSC The Bug-Catching Contest Ball.
DPPtHGSS
BWB2W2
A special Poké Ball for the Bug-Catching Contest.
XYORAS A special Poké Ball that is used during the Bug-Catching Contest.
SMUSUMPE A special Poké Ball that is used during the Bug-Catching Contest.

Acquisition

Twenty Sport Balls are given to players exclusively for the Bug-Catching Contest. Any unused Sport Balls are returned at the end of the competition.

Games Finite methods Repeatable methods
GSC National Park
HGSS National Park

In the anime

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In the main series

A Park Ball (called Sport Ball in Generation IV)


In other languages

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese コンペボール Compe Ball
Chinese Cantonese 競賽球 Gihngchoi Kàuh
Mandarin 競賽球 / 竞赛球 Jìngsài Qiú
France Flag.png French Compét'Ball
Germany Flag.png German Turnierball
Italy Flag.png Italian Gara Ball
South Korea Flag.png Korean 콤페볼 Kompe Ball
Spain Flag.png Spanish Competi Ball



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