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When you catch a Pokémon, it will forever remain in the Poké Ball it was first caught in. When it breeds, its offspring will also be kept in the same kind of Poké Ball. If you are concerned with aesthetics, having every Pokémon in a standard Poké Ball, Great Ball, or Ultra Ball is nothing short of criminal. Here are some rare and stylish Poké Balls in Pokémon Sword and Shield and how to get them.

Premier Ball

Vendors will give you a Premier Ball every time you buy 10 standard Poké Balls, Great Balls, or Ultra Balls.

Beast Ball

Players can get a Beast Ball in Stow-On-Side by talking to the marketplace vendor after becoming the Galar Champion. Beating the tournament also has a small chance of rewarding you with a Beast Ball.

Dream Ball

The Dream Ball is given to Pokémon trainers by the Ball Guy in the Entrance of Wyndon Stadium.

Fast Ball

Completing Rotom Rallies in the Wild Area rewards players with Fast Balls. You can earn up to 10 this way.

Friend Ball

Players can obtain a Friend Ball by talking to the Ball Guy in Pokémon Sword and Shield‘s Turrfield Stadium. These Poké Balls can also be given as a tournament reward.

Heavy Ball

You can get the Heavy Ball by talking to the Ball Guy in the Gym at Stow-On-Side. It can also be a tournament reward.

Level Ball

You can get the Level Ball from the Ball Guy in Hammerlocke Stadium. It can also be a tournament reward.

Love Ball

You can get the Love Ball from the Ball Guy in Pokémon Sword and Shield‘s Ballonlea Stadium. It can also be a tournament reward.

Lure Ball

You can get the Lure Ball from the Ball Guy in Hulbury Stadium. It can also be a tournament reward.

Moon Ball

You can get the Moon Ball from the Ball Guy in Circhester Stadium. It can also be a tournament reward.

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Others

The remaining types of rare Poké Balls include the following:

  • Repeat Ball
  • Quick Ball
  • Luxury Ball
  • Nest Ball
  • Net Ball
  • Dusk Ball
  • Timer Ball
  • Heal Ball
  • Dive Ball

Vendors sell each of these randomly in the Wild Area for Watts. Some vendors in select Pokémon Centers will also sell them for Poké Dollars. Otherwise, beating the tournament will often reward players with three of a specific type of these Poké Balls.

Keep in mind that each of these Poké Balls works better on different Pokémon. Remember to check what they do before using one, especially for balls like the Dream Ball where there is a finite amount. Happy hunting, trainers!




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