Pokemon Sword and Shield Pokeballs Locations Effects, Cost

Pokemon Sword and Shield Pokeballs Locations

Well, well, well, you are here to know about the Pokeballs? You have come to the right place. Pokemon Sword and Shield Pokballs locations guide will explain everything you need to know about the location, cost, and features of each Pokeball. In order to capture Pokemon, you need to get your hands on Pokeballs and these balls become their residence for the entirety of the game. There are 23 different types of Pokeballs in Pokemon Sword and Shield that are used to capture Pokemon.

Pokemon Sword and Shield Pokeballs Locations

Pokeball Location Cost Effect
Poke Ball Poke Center 200 Basic Pokeball used to capture wild Pokemon. Throw it like a ball at Pokemon to capture it
Great Ball Poke Center 600 Higher success rate when catching Pokemon
Ultra Ball Poke Center 600 Higher success rate than Great Ball
Master Ball Professor Magnolia Get after completing Pokemon League Catch any Pokemon with 100% success rate
Premier Ball Poke Center Free for every purchase of ten Poke Balls A rare Poke Ball used to celebrate an event of some sort
Friend Ball Ball Guy (Motostoke) Free Makes caught Pokemon more friendly
Lure Ball Ball Guy (Hulbury) Free Good for catching Pokemon that you lure while fishing with a rod
Quick Ball Wyndon Poke Center / Watt Trader 1000/50 Watts High success rate when used at the start of a wild encounter
Repeat Ball Wyndon Poke Center 1000 Works better on Pokemon that were caught before
Luxury Ball Wyndon Poke Center 3000 Makes a wild Pokemon friendlier
Net Ball Motostoke Poke Center / Watt Trader 1000/50 Watts Effective on Water or Bug type Pokemon
Heal Ball Motostoke Poke Center / Watt Trader 300/20 Watts Restores Pokemon HP and removes status effects
Nest Ball Motostoke Poke Center / Watt Trader 1000/50 Watts Effective with low level wild Pokemon
Moon Ball Ball Guy (Circhester) Free Effective with Pokemon that evolve using a Moon Stone
Dream Ball Ball Guy (Wyndon) Free Makes it easier to catch wild Pokemon when they are sleeping
Dive Ball Hammerlocke Poke Center / Wild Area Watt Trader 1000/50 Watts Easier to catch underwater Pokemon
Fast Ball Finish 10 Rotom Rally Free Makes it easier to catch Pokemon that run away
Beast Ball Street Market (Stow-on-Side) Free (Become champion) Low success rate
Timer Ball Hammerlocke / Wild Area Watt Trader 1000/50 Watts Increased effectiveness of catching the more turns are taken
Dusk Ball Hammerlocke / Wild Area Watt Trader 1000/50 Watts Easier to catch Pokemon at night or dark places
Heavy Ball Ball Guy (Stow-On-Side Free Makes it easier to catch heavier Pokemon
Love Ball Ball Guy (Ballonlea) Free Works best when catching Pokemon of the opposite gender
Level Ball Ball Guy (Hammerlocke) Free Pokemon that are of lower level then your own Pokemon

These were all the Pokeballs locations and cost from Pokemon Sword and Shield. If you need more help with the game check out best moves, and Legendary Pokemon locations.

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