Pokeball. POKE my balls pls.. The Pokeball records a code to tell how the Pokemon should be reassembled. Without this code the Pokemon would come out as a horri pokeball Pokemon Masterball
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Pokeball. POKE my balls pls.. The Pokeball records a code to tell how the Pokemon should be reassembled. Without this code the Pokemon would come out as a horri

POKE my balls pls.

The Pokeball records a code to tell how the Pokemon should be
reassembled. Without this code the Pokemon would come out as a
horrible oozing crime again nature blob of organ; A failsafe
releases the Pokemon up on damage to the Pokeball to prevent this.
When a Pokeball is thrown at a pokiemon, it immediately
encodes the Pokemon and tries to hold it. The Pokemon
however, struggles against the ball, and can short out of
the chip and Escape, rendering the ball useless. upon
successful capture the ball rewrites the pokiemon' s code
to render it more docile and obedient. it also includes a
bit that prevents the Pokemon from being recaptured by
another possibile when released the Pokemon will have
these new traits with no other noticeable difference.
Stronger Pokemon require stronger because they
have more data, more personality and can physically struggle
against the ball more. Legendaries are especially difficult to
capture because they are " rare that the Pokeball has no
basic template to base their code on, and must write it from
scratch in the brief moment before the Pokemon Escapes.
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#9 - crutos ONLINE (09/30/2013) [-]
"without this code the pokemon would come out as a horrible oozing crime against nature, a blob of organs"
#90 to #9 - puremadmentalged (10/01/2013) [-]
**puremadmentalged rolled a random image posted in comment #24 at Happy Ducker **
He was beautiful once
User avatar #28 to #9 - neednsfw (09/30/2013) [-]
i was thinking ditto
#68 to #28 - trollzorr (10/01/2013) [-]
ditto was just a failed mew clone
User avatar #107 to #68 - neednsfw (10/02/2013) [-]
you're a failed clone
#61 - ridivey (10/01/2013) [-]
welp looks like we got a defective pokeball here
#63 to #61 - omegaominous (10/01/2013) [-]
oh my god I want it
User avatar #80 to #61 - aquamand (10/01/2013) [-]
Wouldn't it be a defect if a normal bidoof came out?
User avatar #95 to #80 - ridivey (10/01/2013) [-]
a normal bidoof is what wouldve come out, but the pokeball was defective, it changed the coding to make the bidoof.... that
User avatar #104 to #95 - aquamand (10/01/2013) [-]
sorry, i meant it to be a joke because no one like bidoof
User avatar #105 to #104 - Bidoof (10/01/2013) [-]
...A lot of people like me...
User avatar #65 to #61 - oliveirajo (10/01/2013) [-]
This is awesome.
#1 - mrstephind (09/30/2013) [-]
Dang... that means the masterball is like a supercomputer
#77 - klokwork (10/01/2013) [-]
then explain this asshole
then explain this asshole
#88 to #77 - czarmeeds (10/01/2013) [-]
actually that kind of makes sense. ash keeps charizard in a pokeball. the ball being made for generally lower level Pokemon, it has trouble handling both charizard's size and personality. so charizard can be contained but cant be kept docile and there for gives ash zero ***** . hmmm
#89 to #77 - acask (10/01/2013) [-]
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he is just a jerk and isn't actively trying to hurt him
#39 - theguywhoaskswhy (10/01/2013) [-]
That would totally explain this abomination...
User avatar #62 to #39 - tittylovin (10/01/2013) [-]
There is no excuse for that abomination.
#11 - lucianolp (09/30/2013) [-]
So explain this one then. Is this just the work of Steve Jobs sorcery?
User avatar #13 to #11 - iizsimon (09/30/2013) [-]
i also wish to know
User avatar #15 to #11 - arziben (09/30/2013) [-]
well it's easy, it's a very modern piece of technology that just yet has been made available to the public, thus it cost a lot of money

in a few years when the technology will have evolved, the masterballs will be as common as the regular balls
User avatar #19 to #15 - largeheadphones (09/30/2013) [-]
That will be the day, when Iphones are given away like books, and Alien ware computers are given to every family.
User avatar #21 to #19 - arziben (09/30/2013) [-]
pretty much
User avatar #22 to #21 - largeheadphones (09/30/2013) [-]
See you then
User avatar #79 to #11 - createdjustnow (10/01/2013) [-]
it works by instead of trying to match a pokemon's code to a template, by just using the ram stored in the bulges to instantly just save all of the pokemon's information and store it
#93 to #11 - seymourtets (10/01/2013) [-]
It's not set to Wumbo
It's not set to Wumbo
User avatar #59 to #11 - shunkahawolf (10/01/2013) [-]
Bill Gates sorcery*
User avatar #12 to #11 - cfeuer (09/30/2013) [-]
Jobs is not an inventor. he was a legendary public speaker who made his fortune off of other peoples work(like the disney team) with the minimal cost to himself.
User avatar #20 to #11 - theblindpilot (09/30/2013) [-]
looks like a normal pokeball wearing a really tight underwear on its head.
User avatar #29 to #20 - aviators (09/30/2013) [-]
Or a butterfree. i never liked the underwear one, it's a butterfree.
User avatar #37 to #29 - aznmartyr (10/01/2013) [-]
I see a Majin Butterfree ...
User avatar #24 to #20 - lmfaoattheboat (09/30/2013) [-]
thanks, now i can never unsee.
User avatar #72 to #20 - kombee (10/01/2013) [-]
It's Wario's thong.
User avatar #66 to #20 - braveblue (10/01/2013) [-]
Wario's underwear... Dear God...
User avatar #81 to #20 - sheiladikshit (10/01/2013) [-]
its not set to wumbo
User avatar #26 - McorncakeM (09/30/2013) [-]
That explains how you can store pokemon in the PC, because when they're in a pokeball, they're just data
#35 - robbuck (09/30/2013) [-]
what if ditto is a pokeball that caught mew, malfunctioned and accidentally copied the data. thus creating this monstrosity we call ditto
User avatar #38 - zeecan (10/01/2013) [-]
So wait

why hasent somebody just coded pokemon then
User avatar #41 to #38 - gildemoono (10/01/2013) [-]
pssst... porygon
#2 - witislimited (09/30/2013) [-]
I wonder how much code and processing power these 			*******		 things have if they could find, recognize and rewrite code responsible for docility and obedience. 			*******		 awesome.   
   
Thanks, unimaginative.
I wonder how much code and processing power these ******* things have if they could find, recognize and rewrite code responsible for docility and obedience. ******* awesome.

Thanks, unimaginative.
#14 - breadcrumbtheif (09/30/2013) [-]
Holy crap, the light bulb got it right.
User avatar #70 - phoenixdowner ONLINE (10/01/2013) [-]
BRB gonna torrent me some Arceus's
#45 - thenewnuggubler (10/01/2013) [-]
Or it could end up like this without a proper code...
couldn't find a bigger pic, sorry
#42 - anon (10/01/2013) [-]
A problem with this theory: In the pokemon manga, Pokemon Special, the poke balls of different characters are broken at different times while the pokemon are still inside. For example, Giovanni breaks the pokeballs containing all of Red's pokemon while they are still inside during their last battle of the original story arc.
#46 to #42 - dontknowmeatall (10/01/2013) [-]
A security black box chip that can save the pokemon and release it after the destruction of the ball.
#76 to #42 - warioteam (10/01/2013) [-]
"A failsafe releases the Pokemon upon damage to the Pokeball to prevent this."
"A failsafe releases the Pokemon upon damage to the Pokeball to prevent this."
User avatar #84 to #76 - damnusername (10/01/2013) [-]
what is that from?
User avatar #86 to #84 - warioteam (10/01/2013) [-]
"The Boondocks" I believe.
It is a very "anime" type cartoon, considering its American.
User avatar #87 to #86 - damnusername (10/01/2013) [-]
looks good
#36 - duskmane ONLINE (10/01/2013) [-]
The problem I find with this is that code is fallible. And hardware can be exploited.
Were someone to put the time in, they could reverse whatever encryption prevented a previously captured pokemon from being captured by someone else, making pokemon theft possible.
#74 to #36 - luxray (10/01/2013) [-]
Erhem.   
Team Snagem.
Erhem.
Team Snagem.
User avatar #49 to #36 - shunkahawolf (10/01/2013) [-]
you mean like team rocket?
User avatar #51 to #49 - duskmane ONLINE (10/01/2013) [-]
Well, team rocket aren't exactly cut out for the job. But an electrical engineer with dubious morals could probably do some damage
User avatar #52 to #51 - shunkahawolf (10/01/2013) [-]
im not talking about jesse and james tho. im talking mother ******* like giovanni. hes probaly got tons of scientific types working for him
User avatar #53 to #52 - duskmane ONLINE (10/01/2013) [-]
But if they just solved the problem, wouldn't that put them out of a job?
User avatar #55 to #53 - shunkahawolf (10/01/2013) [-]
no because he still needs better pokeballs, weapons, ways to force pokemon to evolve and so on
User avatar #56 to #55 - duskmane ONLINE (10/01/2013) [-]
You raise a valid point sir
User avatar #57 to #56 - shunkahawolf (10/01/2013) [-]
i try :3
#78 to #36 - lordaurion (10/01/2013) [-]
Pokemon Colosseum and XD both were based on that concept.
User avatar #69 - wesleyhathaway (10/01/2013) [-]
I think how ditto came to be was a defective pokeball
User avatar #75 to #69 - ariusbrightwing (10/01/2013) [-]
Then all pokemon are pink and squishy on the inside and have no organs, they're just filled with.... pink and squishy.
User avatar #17 - Iseewhatyoudidthar (09/30/2013) [-]
Explain how pokemon that are bred end up in pokeballs, even though you're not supplying the pokeball for them.
User avatar #18 to #17 - the fuzzball (09/30/2013) [-]
when they hatch, you put them in one. A lvl 1 would put up pretty much no resistance.
User avatar #34 to #17 - mightyohm (09/30/2013) [-]
The parents are both strings of code, which would be spliced and put back together to make a new Pokemon. Perhaps the ball is capable of making copy of it's original templates as well, imprinting them onto another ball, with the new code?
#27 to #17 - sickboi (09/30/2013) [-]
dont worry, I'll explain it



it's a ******* game
#5 - prizz (09/30/2013) [-]
can someone explain why you need gym badges for certain levels to obey
User avatar #58 to #5 - shunkahawolf (10/01/2013) [-]
it could be that each badge has a microchip in it that effects pokemons code somehow
#7 to #5 - bleeduntildeath (09/30/2013) [-]
have you ever been stabbed by a badge pin? that **** hurts
#8 to #5 - unimaginative (09/30/2013) [-]
The Badges or number of Badges the player has affects their Pokémon's behavior. Usually the level at which Pokémon will obey the player up to is increased every second Badge. While Pokémon usually obey their Trainers, they may disobey their Trainer if they do not respect them. This respect can be earned by obtaining more Badges

In Pokémon - I Choose You!, Ash's Pikachu was initially very hostile towards him due to having no respect for a beginning Trainer. It wasn't until Ash protected Pikachu from a flock of Spearow that he finally respected and listened to Ash.

"Ash's Charizard refusing to battle"
#23 to #8 - chaoticwaffle (09/30/2013) [-]
Now what I'm wondering is why a Pokemon's respect is based on the number of badges a trainer has, seeing as they aren't actually involved in society and have no real knowledge of gym leaders, badges, or anything else about human culture.
User avatar #43 to #23 - pwnaged (10/01/2013) [-]
I might be wrong, but I thought the level thing only applied to traded pokemon, if you catch it and train it yourself, the pokemon will listen to you regardless.
User avatar #103 to #8 - Dember ONLINE (10/01/2013) [-]
Likewise, Ash's Charizard never respected him until he saved the Charizard's life, when he was frozen solid and the flame on his tail nearly went out, signaling that he was about to die without his help.
It is speculated that he only obeyed Ash as a Charmander because he wasn't as demigodly powerful back then.
Many of his pokemon had their doubts about Ash at first; consider some of their subtitles when they got separated him on the island of giant pokemon. Neither Bulbasaur nor Squirtle were overly confident in him either at that time.
It doesn't seem to be an uncommon thing at all.

Also, being a pokemon fan since I was about six years old, I only recently got to watch the episode where Ash saved his Charizard and earned his respect and obedience. The internet is a wonderful thing.
#44 - ragingflamingos (10/01/2013) [-]
So what you're saying is I could theoretically code an army of mewtwos?
User avatar #92 - mcginley (10/01/2013) [-]
Pokemon are data? Yeah, it's called Digimon!
#108 to #92 - anon (10/03/2013) [-]
No Pokeballs converted them into digitized information to store them inside the pokeball.
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