Heal Ball

Heal Ball
ヒールボール
Heal Ball
Heal Ball
Heal Ball
Pokémon Global Link artwork
Introduced in Generation IV
Pocket
Generation IV Bag Poké Balls pocket icon.png Poké Balls
Generation V Bag Items pocket icon.png Items (Poké Balls)
Generation VI Bag Items pocket icon.png Items
Generation VII Bag Items pocket icon.png Items
Generation VIII Bag Poké Balls pocket icon.png Poké Balls

The Heal Ball (Japanese: ヒールボール Heal Ball) is a type of Poké Ball introduced in Generation IV. It can be used to catch a wild Pokémon. A Pokémon caught in a Heal Ball is fully healed.

In the core series games

Price

Games Cost Sell price
DPPtHGSS
BWB2W2
XYORAS
SMUSUM
SwSh
 300  150

Effect

Manual activation

When used from the Bag in a wild encounter, it attempts to catch the wild Pokémon with a catch rate modifier of 1×.

If caught, the Pokémon's HP, PP, and status are fully restored. From Generation IV to VII, since Pokémon sent to the Pokémon Storage System are fully healed, this healing is only applicable if the caught Pokémon is placed in the party (in games in which Pokémon sent to the Pokémon Storage System are not healed, it is applicable regardless).

If used on an Ultra Beast, the catch rate modifier is instead always set to 0.1×.

Held item

Fling fails if the user is holding a Heal Ball.

Description

Games Description
DPPtHGSS
BWB2W2
A remedial Poké Ball that restores the caught Pokémon's HP and eliminates any status problem.
XYORAS
SMUSUMPE
SwSh
A remedial Poké Ball that restores the HP of a Pokémon caught with it and eliminates any status conditions.

Acquisition

Games Finite methods Repeatable methods
DPPt Route 205Pt, Oreburgh City Jubilife, Oreburgh, Floaroma, Eterna, Hearthome, and Pokémon League Poké Marts
Pokémon News Press
HGSS Cherrygrove, Violet, Azalea, Ecruteak, Olivine, and Viridian Poké Marts
PW Stormy Beach (2000+ Steps)
BW Route 3, Chargestone Cave
Passerby Analytics HQ (complete "The most common job?" survey)
Striaton, Nacrene, Castelia, and Pokémon League Poké Marts, Shopping Mall Nine
B2W2 Route 16, Abundant Shrine
Passerby Analytics HQ (complete "The most common job?" survey)
Virbank, Castelia, Lentimas, and Victory Road Poké Marts, Shopping Mall Nine
DW Pleasant Forest
XY Route 7, Dendemille Town Lumiose (North Boulevard and Centrico Boulevard) and Snowbelle Poké Marts, Poké Ball Boutique
ORAS Verdanturf Town Poké Mart
Route 103 (20% chance after a rematch with Poké Fan Miguel), Route 110 (20% chance after a rematch with Poké Fan Isabel)
PMC Mine Cart Adventure (all levels)
SMUSUM Routes 2 and 3, Hau'oli City, Seaward Cave, Paniola Ranch, Aether ParadiseUSUM Route 2 Poké Mart, Thrifty Megamart
Festival Plaza (Ball Shop)MUM
Route 1 (sometimes received from Mom after healing at home)USUM
SwSh Routes 3 and 5 Central Motostoke Poké Mart
All Watt Traders (20 W)
SwShIoA Cram-o-matic (Pink Apricorn)

Cameo appearances

Pokémon Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun, and Ultra Moon

In Pokémon Sun, Moon Ultra Sun, and Ultra Moon, Pokémon Center Ladies keep their Pokémon in Heal Balls.

In Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon only, Lillie keeps her Clefairy in a Heal Ball.

Pokémon Sword and Shield

In Pokémon Sword and Shield, the following Trainer classes keep their Pokémon in Heal Balls:

Artwork

 
Artwork by
Ken Sugimori

Sprites

       
Summary sprite from
Generations IV and V
In-battle sprite in
Generation IV
Summary sprite from
Battle Revolution
In-battle sprite in
Generation V

Models

   
In-battle model
X, Y, Omega Ruby,
Alpha Sapphire
, Sun, Moon,
Ultra Sun, and Ultra Moon
Model from
Generation VIII

In the anime

 
A Heal Ball in the anime

A Heal Ball appeared in Which One ~ Is It?, a Japanese ending theme from Pokémon the Series: Diamond and Pearl.

In A Frenzied Factory Fiasco!, Heal Balls were seen being manufactured at the Poké Ball Factory.

In Rescuing the Unwilling!, Gladion was revealed to keep his Umbreon in a Heal Ball.

In Acting True to Form!, a Heal Ball appeared as a part of James's Poké Ball collection. It reappeared in Splash, Dash, and Smash for the Crown!.

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 治癒球 Jihyuh Kàuh
Mandarin 治癒球 / 治愈球 Zhìyù Qiú
  French Soin Ball
  German Heilball
  Italian Cura Ball
  Korean 힐볼 Heal Ball
Portuguese   Brazil Bola de Cura
  Portugal Bola de Cura
  Spanish Sana Ball




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