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==Poké Ball accuracy==
 
==Poké Ball accuracy==
All Poké Balls have a chance of breaking and not capturing the Pokémon in question, however, in several cases, it is possible for the Poké Ball to miss the wild Pokémon completely.
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Except for the [[Master Ball]], all Poké Balls have a chance of breaking and not capturing the Pokémon in question, however, in several cases, it is possible for the Poké Ball to miss the wild Pokémon completely.
    
* In [[Generation I]] games, there was always a possibility that the Poké Ball would miss a Pokémon, usually occurring when battling in the {{safari|Kanto}}, or while battling a wild {{p|Chansey}}, {{p|Snorlax}}, or [[legendary Pokémon]]. Rather than the ball throwing animation playing, a message would come up stating "You missed the Pokémon!".
 
* In [[Generation I]] games, there was always a possibility that the Poké Ball would miss a Pokémon, usually occurring when battling in the {{safari|Kanto}}, or while battling a wild {{p|Chansey}}, {{p|Snorlax}}, or [[legendary Pokémon]]. Rather than the ball throwing animation playing, a message would come up stating "You missed the Pokémon!".
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