Blue Batman Pokeballs (above).

It seems that the pictured Blue Batman Pokeballs, tested in Arizona by bonkers90, had a slow and slightly off color reaction on the Marquis Reagent.  This news comes in as we have just learned from that Blue Lacoste Pokeballs are also adulterated with caffeine, making them the fifth variety of Pokeball we know of to turn up conclusively adulterated in the last few months.

1965 Blue Lacoste Pokebal
  • MDMA
  • Caffeine
  • 5
  • 1
Aug 25, 2010 Aug 25, 2010 Arleta, CA 285 mg, 8.3 x 5.7

Let’s take a look at bonkers90’s test report and how he describes that weird Marquis reaction:

batman pokeball  
Date Submitted: September 7, 2010, 6:19 am GMT
Submitted By: bonkers90
Name: batman pokeball
State/Province: AZ
Logo: batman
Colour: blue
Shape: round
Texture: smooth/hard
Edges: round
Report Quality Rating: (5 stars, 3 votes)
Description: mecke- turned instantly to a dark green turqoise to blacksimons- turned blue

marquis- turned to a purpleish brown to black reaction was not quick but did turn black.

the press is very clean. the pokeball press on the back of the pill is not consistant on all the pills but is the pokeball logo without a doubt. yes the pill is alot harder then the original pokeballs and does not cruble easily.

Suspected Contents: MDMA
Rating: Tested Only
Warning: no
Tested: yes
Marquis Reagent: Black
Mecke Reagent: Black
Simons Reagent: Blue
Consumed: no

Purply brown, slowly to black?  And what does it mean that the backs of the pills weren’t consistent?  Consistent with other Pokeballs or with each other?  They are scored with the trademark dot, so I’d say there’s no doubt as to what they are.  The reaction seems shaky, but I’d say we don’t have a lot to go on right now, as we are going to call the proficiency of the tester into question.

Not that we don’t think they are adulterated.  We just need to be precise about the specifics.

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