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Poké Ball

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In the manga
File:Safari Ball IV Adventures.png|A Safari Ball
File:GS Ball Adventures.png|The GS Ball
File:Apricorn Poké Balls Adventures.png|Apricorn Poké Balls
File:Heavy Ball Adventures.png|A Heavy Ball
File:Friend Ball Adventures.png|A Friend Ball
File:Fast Ball Adventures.png|A Fast Ball
File:Level Ball Adventures.png|Level Balls
File:Apricorn Poké Balls Adventures.png|A Lure, Moon, and Love Ball
File:Generation III Poké Balls Adventures.png|Generation III Poké Balls (Net, Dive, Nest, Repeat, Timer, Luxury, and Premier Balls)
File:Net Ball Adventures.png|Net Balls
===In the Pokémon Gold & Silver: The Golden Boys===
Besides regular Poké Balls, Apricorn Poké Balls also received notable attention in the [[Pokémon Gold & Silver: The Golden Boys]] manga. They were first featured in ''[[GB07|The Great Search! Let's Rescue The Slowpoke!]]'', where {{GnB|Gold}} and [[Kurt]] used some of Kurt's hand-made Poké Balls to save a group of {{p|Slowpoke}} from drowning in the flooding [[Slowpoke Well]]. Kurt's Level Ball also proved crucial in stopping the [[Black Tyranitar]]'s rampage close toduring the endmanga's of the mangaclimax.
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===In the Pokémon Gotta Catch 'Em All manga===
[[File:Poké Ball PM.png|thumb|200px|A Poké Ball in [[Pokémon Pocket Monsters]]]]
In [[Pokémon Gotta Catch 'Em All]], Poké Balls are depicted as solid, with no visual identification as to which Poké Ball is which. In ''[[GDZ15|Special Chapter - Get Pikachu!]]'', it is revealed that when [[Shu]] met {{TP|Shu|Pikachu}}, Pikachu's Poké Ball had been abandoned in a forest because it was defective and it was causing Pikachu's electricity to be released throughout the surrounding area.