on wild pikachus theres a 5% chance of finding one
on a pikachu in the safari zone. just know that theres a 5% chance of finding a pikachu. and of the pikachus theres a 5% chance it will have a light ball. so be ready for a loooooooong time of trying. (for those not good at math, that's a 2.5 out of 100 0 chance.or less complicated, .25 out of 100)
no you can not well you can if you want but its not a real good idea! becouse if the ball hits your baby theres a chance the baby will die!
theres something called a net and theres a ball that's black n white and they kick it to the oposite nets
you have to flip the cup over
2nd master ball? theres only 1 type of master ball!
it means in the plant cell theres a ball and it is purple the outside of that ball is called the vacloue
theres no penalty, you just look stupid
The Southern Ball. The Green InauguralBall=The Youth Ball...theres 3 (:=
sure i guess if theres no whole in the ball hahhhahahahah
A wrecking ball.
a soccer ball is hollow, but theres a lot of air in it and makes it harder.
Yes, theres soccer and basketball.
generally Master Ball. which always catches the Pokemon. but there are many other types Ultra has a 2x better chance of catching then a standard ball Net ball has 3x better chance then standard IF the Pokemon is water or bug if underwater the dive ball has a 3.5x better chance then the standard repeat ball has a 3x chance if you already have a Pokemon of the same breed and the timer ball's chances goes up every ten turns
Loss of hole in match play
theres lacrosse a.k.a stick ball
theres only 1.
I dont think theres such thing as light ball in fire red its probably in the newer games tho.
By talking to a cheese ball that loves turnips and theres nothing like it.
No Ninjask cannot evolve but Nincada evolves into Ninjask at level 20 but if you have a poke ball and a empty slot the empty slot will be a shedninja
Basketball, Soccer, Volley ball, Netball, tennis, ping pong, Birdie, ...if theres anything else..idk
Master ball catches anything in one go, btu theres only one of em.
If a batted ball hits the ground before both (1) leaving the infield and (2) a fielder has a chance of catching it, that is (generally) considered a ground ball. If it leaves the infield without touching the ground or a fielder has a chance of catching it, that is considered a fly ball. A ball that does not much of an arc to its motion is often called a "line drive" instead of a "fly ball."
Why not, if they run for a run in no ball then their strikes are automatically changes. But if they are not running for a run in no ball then no chance of changing strikes.