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===In Pokémon Origins===
[[File:Poké Ball PO.png|thumb|250px|A Poké Ball in Pokémon Origins]]
Besides the regular Poké Ball, the other Generation I variations of it were also seen during the [[Pokémon Origins]] miniseries. In ''[[PO03|File 3: Giovanni]]'', it was shown that [[Giovanni]] kept his strongest Pokémon, {{p|Rhyhorn}} and {{p|Rhydon}}, within Ultra Balls. In ''[[PO04|File 4: Charizard]]'', {{OBP|Red|Origins}} was seen catching an {{p|Arbok}} with a Great Ball and a {{p|Chansey}} with a Safari Ball. He also used Ultra Balls to capture the [[Legendary Pokémon]] {{p|Articuno}}, {{p|Zapdos}}, {{p|Moltres}}, and {{p|Mewtwo}}.
 
 
Additionally, in Pokémon Origins, the sound effects and bright light used when a Trainer is catching, sending out, or recalling a Pokémon differ in comparison to the sound effects and lights that are used in the main Pokémon anime, more resembling the effects seen in {{game|FireRed and LeafGreen|s}}.
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<gallery>
File:Poké Ball PO.png|A Poké Ball
File:Great Ball PO.png|A Great Ball
File:Ultra Ball PO.png|An Ultra Ball
File:Safari Ball PO.png|A Safari Ball
File:Master Ball PO.png|The Master Ball
</gallery>
 
===In Pokémon Generations===
 
Like in the games, but unlike the anime, Pokémon placed in their balls don't recover from [[status condition]]s nor regain lost health, no matter how much time passes.
 
<gallery perrow=4>
File:Gold Dragonite.png|A Great Ball
File:Ultra Ball Adventures.png|An Ultra Ball
File:Master Ball Adventures.png|The Master Ball
File:Safari Ball I Adventures.png|An early Safari Ball
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: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
File:Luxury Ball Adventures.png|A Luxury Ball
File:Quick Ball Adventures.png|A Quick Ball
File:Beast Ball Adventures.png|A Beast Ball
</gallery>
 
===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 during the manga's climax.
 
<gallery perrow=4>
File:Level Ball Golden Boys.png|A Level Ball
File:Lure Ball Golden Boys.png|A Lure Ball
File:Chuck Poliwrath Golden Boys.png|A Friend Ball
File:Love Ball Golden Boys.png|A Love Ball
File:Heavy Ball Golden Boys.png|A Heavy Ball
File:Fast Ball Golden Boys.png|A Fast Ball
</gallery>
 
===In the Pokémon Gotta Catch 'Em All manga===
File:Brock Pikachu PM.png|{{PPM|Red's Pikachu}} inside his Poké Ball, in his debut appearance
File:Green Charmander Poké Ball PPM.png|[[Green's Charmander]] being lifted from its Poké Ball
File:Heavy Ball PMHGSS.png|A Heavy Ball in Pocket Monsters HGSS
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* Typing Balls are used in [[Learn with Pokémon: Typing Adventure]]. They are thrown after one successfully types a Pokémon's name. It has the overall design like that of a normal Poké Ball, only having an additional vertical line at the bottom, resembling the letter "T".
* In the [[Timegate Traveler Series]] featured in [[Pokéstar Studios]], the future is ruled by {{type|Bug}} Pokémon that capture wild humans in Human Balls (Japanese: '''ヒューマンボール''' ''Human Ball'') instead of the other way around.
 
<gallery>
File:Pester Ball.png|A Pester Ball
File:Snag Ball.png|[[Wes]] about to throw a [[Great Ball]] turned into a Snag Ball
File:Typing Ball.png|A Typing Ball
</gallery>
 
====In the Pokémon Adventures manga====
In addition to various Poké Balls introduced in the games, Pokémon Adventures also has several Trainers modifying their Poké Balls to suit their fighting styles.
 
* [[Bruno]] has modified his Poké Balls so that they are fitted onto the ends of his {{wp|Nunchaku|nunchucks}}. By swinging them quickly and throwing the nunchuck forward, Bruno can have his Pokémon quickly attack his opponent, giving him the advantage.
* [[Koga]] and his daughter [[Janine]] modified their Poké Balls into {{wp|shuriken}} to fit their ninja theme. In addition to being used as weapons, they can also be used to have their Pokémon pop up from different locations to surprise the opponent or to hold items to help an ally.
* [[Falkner]] has modified his Poké Balls into boomerangs using the feathers of his {{p|Skarmory}}. Because of Skarmory's feathers being transparent, they have the tendency to turn invisible, confusing enemies when Falkner throws them in random directions only for them to turn around and go straight for them.
* [[Erika]] and {{adv|Moon}} modified their Poké Balls to be at the end of their arrows.
* In ''[[PS283|It Takes Patience, Knowledge and a Really Quick Beedrill]]'', {{adv|Giovanni}} used a specifically designed Poké Ball with the letters "DNA" on its top half to capture {{adv|Deoxys}}.
 
<gallery perrow=5>
File:Falkner Boomerang Poké Ball.png|Falkner's boomerang Poké Balls
File:Erika Arrow Poké Ball.png|Erika with one of her Poké Ball arrows
File:DNA Ball.png|Giovanni's Deoxys Poké Ball
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