## Heavy Ball Graphs

Below are some graphs that show you the multipliers that you get when using a Heavy Ball on heavy pokémon. The multiplier depends on the catch rate of the pokémon as well as the weight of the heavy pokémon. In a few cases, for very heavy pokémon, you get a better multiplier than even the 8x Level Ball or Love Ball.

For each chart, on the left, you see the modifier that that pokémon gets (so 8 means that the heavy ball is 8x as effective as a regular pokéball, a 5 means that the heavy ball is 5x as effective, etc.) On the bottom are the catch rates, in the range of 3 to 255. Note that when a heavy ball is thrown at any pokémon weighing at least 451.5lbs, it always gives a better than 1x chance of catching the pokémon, but for pokémon with high catch rates (i.e. those who are easy to catch), the improvement is much less.

In short, a heavy ball is best thrown at a hard-to-catch heavy pokémon.

### Pokémon that get the +20 modifier

If a pokémon between the weights of 451.5 and 677.3 lbs has a heavy ball thrown at it, the chart below applies.

This chart applies to the following pokémon

• Camerupt 1.13x
• Dragonite 1.4x
• Glalie 1.26x
• Golem 1.4x
• Hariyama 1.1x
• Hippowdon 1.3x
• Lapras 1.4x
• Lugia 7.6x
• Mamoswine 1.4x
• Mantine 1.8x
• Onix 1.4x
• Rayquaza 7.6x
• Rhyperior 1.6x
• Regirock 7.6x
• Registeel 7.6x

### Pokémon that get the +30 modifier

If a pokémon between the weights of 677.3 and 903 lbs has a heavy ball thrown at it, the chart below applies.

This chart applies to the following pokémon

• Aggron 1.6x
• Arceus 11x
• Kyogre 7x
• Palkia 2x
• Probopass 1.5x
• Steelix 2.2x
• Torterra 1.6x
• Wailord 1.5x

### Pokémon that get the +40 modifier

If a pokémon weighing more than 903 lbs has a heavy ball thrown at it, the chart below applies.

This chart applies to the following pokémon

• Dialga 2.3x
• Giratina 14.3x
• Groudon 9x
• Heatran 14.3x
• Regigigas 14.3x
• Metagross 14.3x
• Snorlax 2.6x