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* The {{TCG ID|Mysterious Treasures|Dusk Ball|110}}, also first found in Mysterious Treasures, features an effect somewhat opposite from the Master Ball's: Instead of the top seven cards being searched, only the bottom seven cards may be, and a Pokémon found there may be put into the player's hand.
* The {{TCG ID|Next Destinies|Heavy Ball|88}}, first found in {{TCG|Next Destinies}}, allows the player to search through their deck for a Pokémon who has a retreat cost of 3 or more and put it in their hand, whereas the {{TCG ID|Next Destinies|Level Ball|89}}, also found in {{TCG|Next Destinies}}, allows them to do the same with a Pokémon that has 90 HP or less.
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* The {{TCG ID|Lost Thunder|Net Ball|187}}, first found in {{TCG|Lost Thunder}}, allows the player to search their deck for a Basic {{e|Grass}} Pokémon or a {{e|Grass}} Energy card and put it into their hand.
* The {{TCG ID|Celestial Storm|Beast Ball|125}}, first found in {{TCG|Celestial Storm}}, allows the player to look at their Prize Cards, and swap an [[Ultra Beast]] found there with the Beast Ball card.
* The {{TCG ID|Unified Minds|Cherish Ball|191}}, first found in {{TCG|Unified Minds}}, allows the player to search their deck for any {{TCG|Pokémon-GX}} and put it into their hand.
 
==In the Super Smash Bros. series==
 
===In the TCG===
* The {{TCG ID|Expedition|Dual Ball|139}} is merely two Poké Balls together, and has a similar effect to using two plain Poké Ball cards, requiring two coin flips to search for up to two Basic Pokémon, depending on how many heads appear.
* The {{TCG ID|EX Team Magma vs Team Aqua|Team Magma Ball|80}} is [[Team Magma]]'s Poké Ball variant, found only in the {{TCG|EX Team Magma vs Team Aqua}} expansion. It worksallows similarlythe user to asearch Pokéfor Ball, however, it only can be used to finda Team Magma's Pokémon, andbut will still allowif a playercoin toflip findresults ain Pokémontails, thoughthe onlysearch ais limited to {{TCG|Basic Pokémon|Basic one}}, ifTeam theMagma coin flip results in tailsPokémon.
* The {{TCG ID|EX Team Magma vs Team Aqua|Team Aqua Ball|75}} is [[Team Aqua]]'s Poké Ball variant, also found only in the {{TCG|EX Team Magma vs Team Aqua}} expansion. It works ''exactly'' the same as the Team Magma Ball, withsearching the exception that it can only search outfor Team Aqua's Pokémon instead.
* The {{TCG ID|EX Team Rocket Returns|Rocket's Poké Ball|89}} is the [[Team Rocket]] variation on the Poké Ball, found in the {{TCG|EX Team Rocket Returns}} expansion. No coin flip is required, and it simply allows the player to search for a {{TCG|Dark Pokémon}}.
* The {{TCG ID|Plasma Freeze|Team Plasma Ball|105}} is the [[Team Plasma]] variant of the Poké Ball, found in the {{TCG|Plasma Freeze}} expansion. It allows the user to search for a Team Plasma Pokémon without a coin flip required.
* The {{TCG ID|Double Crisis|Team Magma's Great Ball|31}} is another Team Magma Poké Ball variant, found in the {{TCG|Double Crisis}} expansion. It searches the deck for a Basic Team Magma Pokémon and a basic {{e|Fighting}} energy.
* The {{TCG ID|Double Crisis|Team Aqua's Great Ball|27}} is another Team Aqua Poké Ball variant, also found in the {{TCG|Double Crisis}} expansion. It searches the deck for a Basic Team Aqua Pokémon and a basic {{e|Water}} energy instead.
 
<gallery>
File:Aqua Ball artwork.jpg|Team Aqua Ball
File:Rocket Ball artwork.jpg|Rocket's Poké Ball
File:Plasma Ball artwork.jpg|Team Plasma Ball
File:Magma Great Ball artwork.jpg|Team Magma's Great Ball
File:Aqua Great Ball artwork.jpg|Team Aqua's Great Ball
</gallery>
 
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