Survival Information FAQ

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  1. AhriFangirl

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    Hello! Here's Survival Guide FAQ.
    Gym, Elite Four, Legendary Bird Quest guide link here

    If you have a specific question, open the FAQ at the bottom and Control-F for keywords.
    In front of each section I'll have some specific keywords and commands that will be explained in that section.

    If you're looking for a specific thing's location, open up the relevant map and ctrl-F, i put the coordinates next to them.

    I know some of this stuff may seem obvious, especially to experienced players, but I'm going to cover it anyway.

    Oh also press Esc and rebind your Q key so you don't throw away your precious items by accident.

    The Absolute Basics: Servers and Settings, and how to use the menus. How should new players start playing?
    coordinates, what is the story server, what is the regular servers. How do I get coins, what are tokens used for, ranks and skinned pokemon eggs.
    The Hub and the Lobby
    /hub /lobby
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    When you first join the Pokefind server, you will be in the Hub. You can get back to this place whenever you want by typing "/hub"

    Right click while the compass is selected to get the menu shown above!
    This is where you select your Gamemode. Pick Survival! There are other choices but that's not what this guide is about.

    Survival is a Gamemode.

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    After you select Survival, wait for the Datapack to download. This Datapack allows you to see all the custom things that pokefind has to offer.

    Next, you'll find yourself in the Lobby. You can get back to this place whenever you want by typing "/lobby"

    With the compass selected, right click to get the menu shown above.

    Within the Survival Gamemode, there are 5 Servers. From now on, whenever I talk about servers, I'm referring to these 5 servers.
    The four green blocks are the Regular Servers, servers 1, 2, 3 and 4.
    The book and quill is the Story Server, also known as Server 5.

    To get started, choose the Regular Server with the least people in it. Don't pick server 1.

    If a server has 50 people in it, you cannot join that server (if you don't have a rank)
    Server 1 frequently has issues during certain periods of the day where there are 50 people in it, and no one can get in. By picking a less populated server, you help to avoid this issue.

    You should only be going to the Story Server if you're trying to do specific activities, like quests and gyms
    Other than that, you will be spending most of your time in a Regular Server.
    You will often be switching between servers, so type /lobby whenever you need to do that.

    Settings, Chat Settings
    /settings
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    At any time, type /settings to make this menu appear.

    There are a few options here to consider, the most important is the Chat Settings.
    Just click on that green oval to change your setting. This controls whose messages will appear in chat.

    the Gamemode setting will show you EVERYONE in the survival gamemode. This is highly recommended, and is what is shown in the picture above.

    The Server setting will show you ONLY people within the same server as you. This is NOT recommended because it leads to issues where people in other servers can try to talk to you, but you won't be able to see their messages.

    The Off setting will make it so you NEVER see people talking. This is highly recommended whenever you just don't want you chat clogged up with people chatting.

    Coordinates and the F3 menu
    f3
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    While in game, you can make this list of information appear on your screen by pressing the F3 button on your keyboard. You can press F3 again to make it go away.

    The two most important lines of information are highlighted.
    In Red are your current coordinates. They take the format of (X,Y,Z).
    In Yellow is the direction you are facing.

    This information is very helpful if someone gives you specific coordinates to go to.
    If someone gives you coordinates with only two numbers, that means that format is (X, Z).
    People often leave out the Y coordinate because it is less useful, since Y represents height.

    Money, both in game and IRL. Coins, Tokens, Ranks, Eggs
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    On the right side of your screen you can see how much in-game money you have.

    Coins are the basic currency. It's just regular money. The main ways to make money is from doing daily quests (see the story server map), beating gyms and selling things to other players.

    Tokens are a special currency. Doing quests is the main way to get Tokens, but you cannot transfer tokens between players. The main uses for tokens are to make TMs to learn moves, and to breed pokemon with a breeding machine.

    Ranks are bought with Real Life Money from the pokefind website. They give you cool, permanent perks. For example: the ability to be more noticeable in chat, and the ability to join servers that are at full capacity.
    More info copy and pasted from the other survival guide (https://forum.pokefind.co/index.php?threads/survival-2-0-guide.24935/):
    Non-ranked - 25 Claims
    Pro -27 Claims
    Expert- 30 Claims
    Elite - 35 Claims
    Champion - 40 Claims
    Legend - 50 Claims

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    Another thing you can buy with Real Life Money on the pokefind website are Eggs.
    If you go to spawn's pokemon center, you can open the Eggs to get fancy fancy pokemon, these are called Skinned Pokemon.

    You can also buy stuff like Exp Boosts and Shiny Charms. These two items will provide the entire server with a boost. So they will be restricted to server 1, or 2, 3, 4 5, whichever one they happen to be used in.
    Exp Boosts make you get more Experience points for your pokemon and your trainer so you level up faster.
    Shiny Charms makes it so shiny pokemon will start to appear in the wild.
    remember: these are for the entire server!

    The Beginning Tutorials:
    How to craft pokeballs. How to get started playing.
    So hopefully you've chosen a Regular Server to get started. If you picked Story Server first, type /lobby and choose a Regular Server instead.

    Once in a Regular Server, you'll be given a little introduction sequence, and now you can choose a starter Pokemon. This choice is FOREVER. Starter Pokemon cannot be traded.

    The next thing you should do is find Cherry. Her coordinates are (-133, -29). Also, check out the Regular Server Spawn Map below for the map.
    Right click on her to begin her quest. She will teach you how to make a Pokeball.
    Still having trouble making pokeballs? Here's some more information.
    You must use a regular Crafting table
    The red apricorns must be Cooked by a furnace
    There must be 9 total apricorns.
    You might have to pick up items and put them back into the crafting table a few times. special Pokefind items are a little janky to stack and move around your inventory. Just keep trying until it works.

    And most importantly: You have to actually have the recipe for pokeball! That's why it's so important to talk to Cherry and do her quest.


    Once you finish this quest, type /wild. Make sure to hold still for a few seconds while you teleport. This will send you out into a random place in the world, where you can start building your base just like regular minecraft. Punch a tree to get wood and make a crafting table. Just regular minecraft stuff.


    As you stay in one place for a while, pokemon will begin to appear. While waiting, I would just focus on making your first base. It takes about 5 minutes of staying in the same general location for pokemon to spawn.

    It is also recommended you try out the Mallory and Layne quests as well. They are simple and give you some free pocket money.
    Mallory (-123, 44)
    Layne (-89,35)
    Again, check out the Regular Server Spawn Map to find them easily.

    Regular Server Spawn Map!
    Where is Cherry? Where do I heal my pokemon?
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    This is the map of spawn for Servers 1-4, The Regular Servers.
    If you are lost, just type /spawn and then hold still for a few second. It will place you right in the center of this map, facing north.

    Here are the basic descriptions and coordinates of these locations, from top to bottom, left to right.

    Red Star, Blue Star: There are 6 Easy and 3 Medium Spawn Trainers, on Regular Servers ONLY. Spawn Trainer info:
    You must beat gym 1 to unlock easy trainers, and gym 3 to unlock medium trainers. Just right click on them to challenge them to a battle. They give pretty good amounts of Experience Points.

    Easy Trainers:
    Behind the Pokemart: (-95, -34)
    Behind the Pokecenter: (-28, -35)
    Eastern Path (9, -16)
    Neat Blacksmith (-24, 40)
    Behind Nether Portal (-66, 61)
    Hard to Get to: (-3, 54)

    Medium Trainers, all outside the walls of spawn:
    Western path (-166,-15)
    Northeast path (-59,-95)
    Across the water, south (-52,97)


    Happiness Checker: (-124, -48)
    right click on Aunt Bibby to check the happiness of a pokemon in your party.
    When is my pokemon ready for Happiness-based evolution?
    When she says:
    "My! It feels incredibly close to you! nothing makes it happier than being with you!"

    Or, if you have a rank, you can use /happiness. Once the pokemon is at 220 happiness or more, they can evolve by level up (assuming they meet any other requirements, such as time of day, if applicable)

    You can quickly gain happiness by feeding your pokemon berries.


    Hemlock Lab:
    This is the building directly in front of you when you /spawn. There are two important NPCs upstairs inside Hemlock lab.
    HM Tutor (-65, 89, -50). If you have HMs unlocked, talk to this guy.
    Todd (-82, 89, -48) After you beat gym 1, talk to this guy to unlock some more cloner recipes. Todd is on Regular Servers ONLY.

    Where is Sir Fudd? (-74, 109, -61)
    Sir Fudd is above the Hemlock Lab, but you cannot get to him from the Hemlock lab's stairs.
    Instead you must go to the Happiness Checker or the EV Checker buildings and take their stairs, eventually leading you to above Hemlock Lab.

    You can give some of the special mob drops, like Monster Essence to Sir Fudd in exchange for random rewards.

    For more info, see the Sir Fudd section in the FAQ!

    EV Checker (-24, -48)
    Uncle Jesse will tell you the EVs of a pokemon.
    What are EVs?
    EV stands for Effort Values.

    Everytime your pokemon defeats another pokemon, it gains a small handful of EVs.
    Each stat has some EVs. Each EV gives a small, tiny increase to a stat.
    These increases are noticeable only once you have a lot of EVs.

    Sometimes people like to very carefully control what EVs their pokemon has in order to optimize their stats.

    It takes a lot of "Effort" to EV Train your pokemon, and you'll have to find out a better guide than mine if you want to find out how. I'm far too lazy to learn how to do it.

    Hidden Power Checker (-152, -26)
    Farmer Clark will tell you what type Hidden Power your pokemon has. Hidden Power is a special move that has a different type for each pokemon. This is only relevant if your pokemon actually knows the Hidden Power move.

    Cherry (-133,-29)
    Cherry is the most important tutorial NPC! She teaches you how to make pokeballs. She's the first quest you should do as a new player. She can be found only on Regular Servers.
    Still having trouble making pokeballs? Here's some more information
    You must use a regular Crafting table
    The red apricorns must be Cooked by a furnace
    There must be 9 total apricorns.
    You might have to pick up items and put them back into the crafting table a few times. special Pokefind items are a little janky to stack and move around your inventory. Just keep trying until it works.

    And most importantly: You have to actually have the recipe for pokeball! That's why it's so important to talk to Cherry and do her quest.

    Pokemart! (-108, -25)
    When you /spawn, there is a big blue building on your left. It's hard to miss. There are three NPCs inside, including the TM Researcher.
    Danny: You can buy some basic items from this guy. You can also just type /shop whenever you want to see the same menu

    Lee, TM Researcher: If you have TMs unlocked and a Blank TM in your inventory, you can spend some Tokens to get a TM.
    How do I unlock TMs?
    look at /attributes, and find the Training section. Click on a colored block matching the type of move you want to learn. Mouse over the colored panes of glass to see the unlock requirements for that type. Basically, defeat lots of pokemon

    Default Jonesay: If you have a backpack item, then Default Jonesay can change the apperance of that backpack. This guy does not actually sell backpacks, only changes the appearance of them.
    How do I get a backpack then?
    look at /attributes, and find the Research section. Click on the Cloth, and mouse over the panes of glass to see unlock requirements. It takes a lot of cloth to unlock the recipe for backpacks!

    Pokecenter (-45,-24)
    When you /spawn, there's a big reddish-orange building on your right! This is where you heal pokemon and check IVs, among some other things:
    Nurse Levi: right click her to heal your pokemon.
    Scientist Fred: right click him to check your pokemons IVs. (this costs coins though)
    PC: use this to see a big list of all the pokemon you own, and swap them around and into your party.
    Egg Incubator: If you've purchased an Egg with Real Life Money from the Pokefind store, use this thing to open it to get a Skinned Pokemon.

    What are IVs?
    IVs stand for Individual Values.

    Each of your pokemon's stats has an IV associated with it, which increases that stat. The higher your IVs, the stronger your pokemon is. Unfortunately, IVs cannot be changed.

    Some people breed pokemon over and over until they have a pokemon with better IVs. I don't know that much about breeding so you'll have to find a better guide about that somewhere

    June (-127, 89, 26)
    June is an NPC who stands on top of the Western stairs leading out of spawn. For the cost of 20 tokens, she will activate your pokemon's trade-based evolutions. However, if you have a friend you trust, you can evolve these pokemon for free by using anyone's trading machine.
    More info:
    She will only take your money if the pokemon can evolve by trading and also meets the other requirements (such as holding the correct item). Just make sure to not mess around with your keyboard. Just use your mouse and carefully select 'yes' to evolve, because if you hit 'no' you lose your tokens.


    Move Relearner (-110, 36)
    Move Maniac is a guy you can talk to relearn moves. If you ever forget a move, or maybe there's a move on the pokemon's learnset that is long before you caught it, you can use this guy to get that move back. Cautionary Warning!!
    [​IMG]It costs 25000 coins for his services, and he takes your money even if you don't learn the move. You can look at the list of moves available, but once you click on a move, your money is gone, so be careful!

    The picture above shows the last point at which you can safely look at his menu before he takes his money. Do not click on any of those moves unless you are sure about spending 25000 coins!

    Mallory (-123, 44)
    Mallory is another tutorial NPC, only found on Regular Servers.. You can talk to her to get a Starter Sword and get some free money.

    Layne (-89,35)
    Layne is another tutorial NPC, only found on Regular Servers. Talk to this guy to learn about /attributes or something and get some free money.

    Blacksmith (-51,35)
    Mitch is the Blacksmith, the only source for certain items. Right click on him to see a list of items available and what they cost. To get one item, find the Blacksmith chest near him, put the exact number of items in, then use Mitch's menu to have him make it for you. These items are useful for crafting certain items.
    For reference, here are the items and their costs:
    Reinforced Stone = 320 Stone (that's regular stone, not cobblestone)
    Fiber-Reinforced Sand = 320 Sand
    Tempered Glass = 320 Glass
    Carbon Fiber-Reinforced Clay = 320 Clay
    Pykrete = 320 Packed Ice (not any other kind of ice)

    Bonded Leather = 96 Leather
    Wool Bale = 96 White Wool

    Oil Resin = 96 Rotten Flesh
    Plastic = 5 Oil Resin = 480 Rotten Flesh
    The Story Server Spawn Map!
    Some of the most common questions i see are: Where are the Gyms? Where are the Gym Portals? Where is the Safari Zone? Just do /lobby, go to server 5, the story server, and you'll be in this map:
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    This is the map of spawn for Server 5, the Story Server.
    If you are lost, just type /spawn and then hold still for a few second. It will place you right in the center of this map, facing north.

    Here are the basic descriptions and coordinates of these locations, from top to bottom, left to right.

    All of the daily quests are on the story server, so I'll put them in this section, but also in another section later in this guide. While in the story server, you can also use /challenge to see all of the Daily Quests available!

    Bambi (-131, -83)
    Bambi is a horse hiding behind a tree. They are a daily quest. They ask for 64 carrots and 64 wheat.
    Reward: 1000 coins, 5 tokens, 2500 trainer experience. There's also a 50% chance for a Dusk Stone Shard

    Miner Jupiter (-230, 3)
    Miner Jupiter is a guy inside a cave. Just follow the west path, past the pokemart, past the flower shop, and into the cave. He is a daily quest... sort of. It's every 3 days for this guy. You have a choice of which items you want to give him. To choose, right click on one of the armor stands near him.
    Choices and rewards:
    House: 64 iron and 64 regular stone.
    Teeth: 32 coal
    and 32 gold ore.

    House Reward: 2500 coins, 5 tokens, 4500 trainer exp, 50% chance for Leaf stone shard, 50% chance for Sun stone shard.
    Teeth Reward: 2500 coins, 5 tokens, 4500 trainer exp, 50% chance for Moon stone shard, 50% chance for Thunder stone shard.

    To clarify, you have a 25% chance of getting no evo shards, 50% of getting one of the two evo shards, and 25% chance of getting both evo shards.

    Flower Shop (-163, -44)
    Sophie is the start of the Shaymin Quest, also known as "How The Flowers Bloom."
    You'll be fighting a level 70 Shaymin in this quest, so I wouldn't worry about it if you are a new player.

    Happiness Checker: (-124, -48)
    right click on Aunt Bibby to check the happiness of a pokemon in your party.
    When is my pokemon ready for Happiness-based evolution?
    When she says:
    "My! It feels incredibly close to you! nothing makes it happier than being with you!"

    Or, if you have a rank, you can use /happiness. Once the pokemon is at 220 happiness or more, they can evolve by level up (assuming they meet any other requirements, such as time of day, if applicable)

    You can quickly gain happiness by feeding your pokemon berries.

    Hemlock Lab:
    This is the building directly in front of you when you /spawn. If you go upstairs in the lab you can find HM Tutor (-65, 89, -50). If you have HMs unlocked, talk to this guy.

    Where is Sir Fudd? (-74, 109, -61)
    Sir Fudd is above the Hemlock Lab, but you cannot get to him from the Hemlock lab's stairs.
    Instead you must go to the Happiness Checker or the EV Checker buildings and take their stairs, eventually leading you to above Hemlock Lab.

    You can give some of the special mob drops, like Monster Essence to Sir Fudd in exchange for random rewards.

    For more info, see the Sir Fudd section in the FAQ!

    EV Checker (-24, -48)
    Uncle Jesse will tell you the EVs of a pokemon.
    What are EVs?
    EV stands for Effort Values.

    Everytime your pokemon defeats another pokemon, it gains a small handful of EVs.
    Each stat has some EVs. Each EV gives a small, tiny increase to a stat.
    These increases are noticeable only once you have a lot of EVs.

    Sometimes people like to very carefully control what EVs their pokemon has in order to optimize their stats.

    It takes a lot of "Effort" to EV Train your pokemon, and you'll have to find out a better guide than mine if you want to find out how. I'm far too lazy to learn how to do it.

    Hidden Power Checker (-152, -26)
    Farmer Clark will tell you what type Hidden Power your pokemon has. Hidden Power is a special move that has a different type for each pokemon. This is only relevant if your pokemon actually knows the Hidden Power move.

    Farmer Bob (-128, -16)
    Farmer Bob is a daily quest. You have a choice of which items you want to give him. To choose, right click on one of the animals near him.
    Cow: 1 Bucket and 64 Wheat
    Sheep: 1 Shears
    and 64 Wheat
    Cow Reward: 1000 coins, 5 tokens, 2500 trainer exp, 1 Bonded Leather.
    Sheep Reward: 7500 coins, 25 tokens, 7500 trainer exp, 1 Wool Bale.
    Bonded Leather is more valuable than Wool Bales, but Sheep gives more coins and tokens, so it's hard to say which quest is better!

    Pokemart! (-108, -25)
    When you /spawn, there is a big blue building on your left. It's hard to miss. There are three NPCs inside, including the TM Researcher.
    Danny: You can buy some basic items from this guy. You can also just type /shop whenever you want to see the same menu

    Lee, TM Researcher: If you have TMs unlocked and a Blank TM in your inventory, you can spend some Tokens to get a TM.
    How do I unlock TMs?
    look at /attributes, and find the Training section. Click on a colored block matching the type of move you want to learn. Mouse over the colored panes of glass to see the unlock requirements for that type. Basically, defeat lots of pokemon

    Default Jonesay: If you have a backpack item, then Default Jonesay can change the apperance of that backpack. This guy does not actually sell backpacks, only changes the appearance of them.
    How do I get a backpack then?
    look at /attributes, and find the Research section. Click on the Cloth, and mouse over the panes of glass to see unlock requirements. It takes a lot of cloth to unlock the recipe for backpacks!


    Timmy (-96, -11)
    Timmy is a daily quest that has you do some parkour right in front of hemlock lab. Tip: you can Shift to the edge of the slimeblock to avoid the slowness effect to help you jump to the next slimeblock.
    Reward: 2500 coins, 10 tokens, 2500 trainer experience.

    Pokecenter (-45,-24)
    When you /spawn, there's a big reddish-orange building on your right! This is where you heal pokemon and check IVs, among some other things:
    Nurse Levi: right click her to heal your pokemon.
    Scientist Fred: right click him to check your pokemons IVs. (this costs coins though)
    PC: use this to see a big list of all the pokemon you own, and swap them around and into your party.
    Egg Incubator: If you've purchased an Egg with Real Life Money from the Pokefind store, use this thing to open it to get a Skinned Pokemon.

    What are IVs?
    IVs stand for Individual Values.

    Each of your pokemon's stats has an IV associated with it, which increases that stat. The higher your IVs, the stronger your pokemon is. Unfortunately, IVs cannot be changed.

    Some people breed pokemon over and over until they have a pokemon with better IVs. I don't know that much about breeding so you'll have to find a better guide about that somewhere

    Spidey (-185, 9)
    Spidey is daily quest, standing around near Miner Jupiter's Cave and the Flower Shop.
    He has you do some parkour. There are slime blocks and standing on them will launch you high into the air. Tip: you move faster horizontally if you are going forward with the W button, as opposed to going backwards with S.
    Tip: You can do this with four jumps. Slimeblock on the ground, the 2x2 slimeblock platform, the next 1x1 slimeblock platform, and then straight to the floating fencepost in the air, which will launch you towards Spidey's air balloon. Just make sure to face the right direction and hold down the forward button.
    Reward: 3500 coins, 10 tokens, 3500 trainer experience, and 64 string

    June (-127, 89, 26)
    June is an NPC who stands on top of the Western stairs leading out of spawn. For the cost of 20 tokens, she will activate your pokemon's trade-based evolutions. However, if you have a friend you trust, you can evolve these pokemon for free by using anyone's trading machine.
    More info:
    She will only take your money if the pokemon can evolve by trading and also meets the other requirements (such as holding the correct item). Just make sure to not mess around with your keyboard. Just use your mouse and carefully select 'yes' to evolve, because if you hit 'no' you lose your tokens.

    Gym Portals (-120, 81, 26)
    Right below June is the Gym Portals room. Go here for Gyms. Remember this is on the Story Server ONLY.
    For more information on how to challenge the gyms, see the FAQ section below.
    For information on what pokemon you'll be fighting, check out this other guide I'm working on!
    Right here: other guide

    Safari Zone (157, 17)
    Follow the Eastern Path, past the pokemon center, and follow it until you come across... the safari zone! Talk to the ranger. It costs 5000 coins, not 1000. You'll be given 30 safari balls, and you can run around the place as long as you want until you run out of balls. (You are not limited by time). While running around patches of grass, pokemon will appear every now and then. Can you find the secret area?
    Tip: Pokemon appear more often if you run without jumping

    Raids (-29, 26)
    Directly opposite the Gym Portals room is the Raid Portals room. You go here to do raids, which is where you can some of your friends can fight a bunch of mobs in order to get rewards. I don't know much about this, but I know they have been buggy lately. Let me know if you have information you want to add to this section!

    Move Relearner (-110, 36)
    Move Maniac is a guy you can talk to relearn moves. If you ever forget a move, or maybe there's a move on the pokemon's learnset that is long before you caught it, you can use this guy to get that move back. Cautionary Warning!!
    [​IMG]It costs 25000 coins for his services, and he takes your money even if you don't learn the move. You can look at the list of moves available, but once you click on a move, your money is gone, so be careful!

    The picture above shows the last point at which you can safely look at his menu before he takes his money. Do not click on any of those moves unless you are sure about spending 25000 coins!

    Blacksmith (-51,35)
    Mitch is the Blacksmith, the only source for certain items. Right click on him to see a list of items available and what they cost. However... you'll have to go to the Regular Servers to actually get these items. On the Story Server he has no actual functionality.
    For reference, here are the items and their costs:
    Reinforced Stone = 320 Stone (that's regular stone, not cobblestone)
    Fiber-Reinforced Sand = 320 Sand
    Tempered Glass = 320 Glass
    Carbon Fiber-Reinforced Clay = 320 Clay
    Pykrete = 320 Packed Ice (not any other kind of ice)

    Bonded Leather = 96 Leather
    Wool Bale = 96 White Wool

    Oil Resin = 96 Rotten Flesh
    Plastic = 5 Oil Resin = 480 Rotten Flesh

    Adam (-22, 55)
    Hidden and tucked away in a corner past the Blacksmith is Adam, technically a daily quest.
    After accepting his quest, you have to catch 5 Meowths in the safari zone. It doesn't count anywhere else.
    Then, go back to him and give him any 5 Meowths. These do not have to be the same meowths that you caught in the safari zone. Remember, these meowths will be gone forever!
    Reward: 1000 coins, 5 tokens, 2500 trainer experience, 10 Ultra Balls and a 50% chance for an Oval Stone Shard.
    For the amount of effort it takes to catch 5 meowths in the safari zone, I think it's absolutely not worth the trouble.

    Fisherman (-82, 94)
    Walk around the nether portal and out across the bridge is this daily quest. You are asked for 25 cooked salmon and 25 cooked cod.
    Reward: 1000 coins, 5 tokens, 1000 trainer exp, and one Water Stone Shard.

    Lab (-141, 95, 115)
    Not to be confused with Hemlock Lab, this is the site of Rotom Quest, also known as "The Ghostly Storm."
    To start the quest, go inside the building, go through the little doors, then go up the stairs and talk to Rose.
    You'll be fighting a level 65 Rotom in this quest, so I wouldn't worry about it if you are a new player.
    Once this quest is complete, on the top floor there will be a dispenser (-135, 96, 142) that you can use to change your Rotom forms, assuming you actually have one. Just right click on it!

    Crash Site (-50, 141)
    Go into this cave down the southeastern path and find Astronaut Lucy to start the Deoxys Quest, also known as "A Galactic Discovery."
    You'll be fighting level 60 pokemon in this quest, so I wouldn't worry about it if you are a new player.
    You will also need to have a pokemon that knows the move Sweet Scent, and a pokemon that knows the move Poison Gas.
    Once this quest is complete, on the top floor of the Lab (from the Rotom Quest), there will be a granite block (-131, 96, 143) that you can use to change your Deoxys forms, assuming you actually have one. Just right click on it!

    FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions
    What to do in the /wild. How to claim territory, make a /group, make a shop, and warp to your home.
    You've found a place you like, and you want to make it your own. The first step is to create a group!
    very simple, just type "/g create". It's alright, you can be in a group by yourself. Groups are also specific to servers, so you can be in up to 4 different groups, one for each Regular Server.

    Now that you have a group, type "/g claim". This will make the chunk you are standing on YOURS. That means no one outside of your group can interact with it.

    Next, if you want to make a shop, type /g createshop. Right click on it to put stuff into it's menu!
    If you ever want to move it, type /g removeshop and it will go away. Don't worry- everything in your shop will stay there.
    Something strange about shops:
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    I don't know all the details about this, but I personally have encountered bugs when using the Buy Items part of the shop. I haven't been able to receive items people have sold to me, so, just keep that in mind if you decide to use this feature.

    What is a chunk?
    a chunk is a 16x16 region of the world, that extends up and down forever. Its limits are only horizontal. You can see the edges of chunks by press F3+G, and see the borders of your own chunks with /g borders (make sure you include the s at the end). So, when you claim a chunk, you're also claiming everything above and below where you are standing

    How do I see what chunks or borders that I have claimed?
    type "/g claims" to see a list of coordinates. These coordinates represent each chunk that you have claimed.
    type "/g borders" and some orange blocks will appear on the ground that represent the borders of your base. Keep in mind these only appear above ground- if you're underground you won't see them.

    How do I go back to my base? How many warps and homes can I have? How to use /g home, /g warp, and /home. (and /g sethome, /g setwarp, and /sethome)
    Each player has one personal /sethome. They can have only one /home, and this is across all four regular servers. If you ever use /sethome, you are removing your old home, even if you're in a different server. Just type /home and hold still for a few seconds and you will teleport to wherever it is, assuming you're on the correct server.

    Each group has one /g sethome and one /g setwarp.
    the /g home is a location that only members of your group can travel to.

    the /g warp is a public location that anyone can access by from the /g warp menu. The group warp menu has a lot of locations, so to narrow down which one you are going to, type in "/g warp" followed by the username of the group leader, or some keywords that they named the warp after.

    For example, you can do "/g warp plains" and the list will show every warp with the phrase 'plains' contained in it, whether it's because the group leader's name has 'plains' in it, or because the location is called something like 'plains grind'

    So in total, each player has 9 total warp points. One personal /home, and on each regular server, one /g home and one /g warp.

    Why can't I build on my claim?
    You are too close to your /g warp or /g home location. each of these warp locations have a protected area around them that can't be interfered with. This is to prevent someone from accidentally filling their location with blocks, and then later teleporting directly into a solid wall.

    To get around this, move somewhere else, make a new /g setwarp or /g sethome, and when you are done building, just move your warp back to where it was originally.

    Why can't I build? Why can't I harvest these berry trees or apricorns? Why can't I claim this area?
    You can't do any of these things if:

    - You are on the story server.
    - You are too close to the /spawn area.
    - You are too close to a village.
    - You are in someone else's claim.
    - You are too close to a gym. (the regular servers do have gyms, but they are abandoned and useless. They are only still there to look pretty, so they are protected areas to keep people from ruining them)

    You also can't claim chunks with a monster spawner in them.
    However, you can claim the chunks surrounding the monster spawner.
    If you are above ground, trying to claim a chunk but nothing is happening, and none of the things in the first list apply, perhaps there is a monster spawner deep underground below you.

    How do I orient my group warp? My group warp is facing the wrong way! My group home is facing the wrong way!
    Have you ever gone to your /g warp, and thought, "i wish i wasn't automatically facing away from my shops?"

    Here's how to fix that! Stand where you want your warp to be, and look in the direction you want your warp to face. Then press f3 and take a look at this line.
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    This is the facing direction, and it has two numbers at the end that are very important, (X, Y). This will be your 'desired facing direction'
    If your "desired X" is between -90 and 90 then simply look up and down until your Y equals your desired X.
    Now type /g setwarp or /g sethome and you're done!

    Here's some problems though:

    If your "desired X" is exactly 0, then, uh, too bad, you'll have to settle for a desired X of 0.1 or something close to 0 but not actually 0

    If your "desired X" is NOT between -90 and 90 then you are completely out of luck. As far as I can tell there's no way to get your facing Y number to be outside of the -90 to 90 range.

    Why is this how it works?? I don't know. It's a bug.

    Luckily, /home is coded good, and has you face exactly where you were facing when you /sethome

    How do I fight the gyms? What's wrong with Clyde? What's the name of the next gym?
    To get to the gyms, do /lobby and go to server 5, the story server. You can find the gym portals room by following my Story Server Spawn Map, shown earlier in my post.

    The gym portals room has all of the gyms in order from left to right (with the elite four right in the middle between gym 4 and gym 5) Here are the gym names in order
    1. Bug Bite
    2. High Jump Kick
    3. Ominous
    4. Aviator
    5. Steel Plate
    6. Frostbite
    7. Gooey
    8. Mystical

    Once you're in there, find Clyde and right click on him. Now head away from the large gym building and start killing monsters. You can come and go as you please, and your number of killed monsters will be the same.

    There's no way to see how many you've killed so far. If you right click on Clyde and nothing happens, then you haven't killed enough. Once you've killed 15, a message in chat will appear telling you to talk to Clyde again. It's easy to miss this message if you aren't paying attention, so if you think you might have missed it, just right click on Clyde. If he says nothing, then you haven't killed enough.

    Once you've talked to clyde after meeting your kill quota, the gym challenge begins and there's no turning back. If you leave the gym at this point, you will have to kill those 15 monsters all over again.

    Once Clyde finishes talking, head towards the gym and the pokemon battles will begin. Each trainer has a zone in front of them that they will challenge you, if you walk past this zone before Clyde finishes talking, you'll have to go back to that zone. Note that the trainers aren't necessarily in that zone, the zone is just in front of where they are.

    The Gym leader is challenged after beating the other two trainers, and you have to right click on the gym leader.

    Keep in mind that the pokemon you send out first is whichever pokemon you have selected on your inventory bar at the time.

    Can't find Clyde?
    Clyde should be very close to where you teleport in. If there's no one nearby, try disconnecting from Pokefind and trying again. He's been known to be kind of buggy about appearing.

    What do I do with these Gym Tokens? Do I need a gym token?
    Gym tokens are an old item. A long long time ago, they used to have a purpose, but now they are an obsolete item left in the game code. You can sell them as collector's items or use them as regular dyes, but otherwise, they are completely worthless so don't worry about it.

    What pokemon do the Gym trainers have?
    I have another guide for this! Right here: other guide

    How do I plant apricorns? How do I harvest apricorns? Why are my apricorns smoking? Why can't I use this berry?
    Apricorn and berry trees are 1 block items. While they appear larger than the block, but it's still just one block. To harvest them, right click on its block, not the parts of it that aren't in its block.

    If you are holding a placeable item in your hand, such as redstone or a torch, then you will also be placing that item onto the tree.. This can lead to amusing effects like a smoking apricorn tree if you place a torch on it. Just click it to break it as normal.

    Apricorns can be harvested forever (about 10 minutes or so until you can harvest it again), Berries can only be harvested once. You are allowed 25 apricorns per chunk and 10 berries per chunk. Just right click on empty dirt with it in your hand.

    Berries don't work sometimes. It's hard to tell the difference between regular berries and broken glitched berries without actually trying to use one. If you have a glitched berry, that means its from a few months ago (before one of the recent pokefind updates) and it's just trash now unfortunately.

    How do I use my cloner? What pokemon do I put in my cloner? Why can't I place my cloner?
    To use your cloner, simply place it like a regular block. It's very big looking but it's still just one block. To access it's menu, right click on its block, not the parts of it that aren't in its block.

    If you are holding a placeable item in your hand, such as redstone or a torch, then you will also be placing that item onto the cloner.. Just click it to break it as normal.

    Now click on the ultra ball in the corner of its menu to choose a pokemon to put in. Here's which pokemon power which cloners:
    Iron: Ground type
    Coal: Fire type
    Redstone: Electric type
    Gold: Rock type
    Diamond: Sableye

    Copper: Electric type
    Aluminum: Steel type
    Steel: Aron, Lairon or Aggron
    Ruby: Espeon
    Sapphire: Clamperl, but NOT Gorebyss, NOT Huntail
    Amethyst: Dragon type

    There's a limit to how many cloners you can place. This is based on the group leader's gym progress. Here's how many cloners you have have:
    No gyms beaten: 3 cloners
    Beat first gym: 5 cloners
    second gym: 6 cloners
    third gym: 7 cloners
    fourth gym: 9 cloners
    five gyms: 11 cloners
    six gyms: 12 cloners
    seven gyms: 13 cloners
    eight gyms: 15 cloners
    elite four defeated: 15 cloners
    sorry, beating the elite four does not give you more cloner slots.

    Also, if you have the required number of blocks in your inventory, you can hit the upgrade button to make your cloner work slightly faster, and hold more items before you have to come empty it.

    Also, cloners only work if the chunk is loaded. In other words, they only work while someone is nearby.

    Note- you cannot empty a cloner with a hopper, you have to empty it manually.

    How do I craft this thing? How do I unlock the recipe for this thing? What are attributes?
    Type /recipe to see a list of all the recipes in the game (not for vanilla minecraft stuff though). You can use the search feature to find stuff easily if you don't know which category it belongs to!

    When you mouse over the gray dyes, you can see the unlock requirements for it.

    If it doesn't show the unlock requirements, (and it just says Locked) it probably means you have to beat gyms to unlock it. Click the middle Badges button on /pokegear to see those unlock requirements.
    If it's not that, then it's probably one of the Blacksmith items, which you craft by visiting the Blacksmith in /spawn. Check out my maps to find that info.

    It's also worth checking out /attributes
    Here you can see items sorted by unlock requirements rather than what the items actually are.
    You'll also seem some unlockables that aren't item recipes, e.g. battle backgrounds, TM unlocks.

    What do I do with shards? Where do I find shards? Fossil shards, evolution stone shards?
    If you're lucky, while wandering about the wilderness you might find a mysterious chest, or a camoflauged shulker box just sitting out there in the ground. Just open it and you'll find 3 evo stone shards if it's a chest, or a fossil shard for a shulker box.

    Just take it, it's yours! Once you have 9 shards of the same type, and also the /recipe for it, you can combine it to make an Evolutionary Stone (to evolve certain pokemon) or a Fossil (to revive with a Fossil Incubator to make a fossil pokemon).

    Is it worth trying to search for them? I'd say no. The chests are pretty rare and I've only found them by stumbling on them by accident. If you have a lot of time to spend and nothing better to do, sure, I guess you can go try looking for them. It's up to you what you decide!

    Why doesn't the nether portal work? When can we get into the Nether? How do we get Nether stuff? And End stuff?
    The developers of pokefind have closed off the Nether. It looks like it will stay this way for the foreseeable future.

    If you want Nether stuff, you'll have to do Sir Fudd quests- if you're lucky you'll get a "Nether Pack" which contains a bunch of nether items.

    The same goes for End stuff, which you can find it Sir Fudd's "End Packs"

    Of course, it's probably easier to just buy the stuff from more experienced players.

    Sir Fudd! Who is he, where is he, and what do I give to him? What is Monster Essence for?
    Sir Fudd is located in /spawn at (-74, 109, -61). Sir Fudd is above the Hemlock Lab, but you cannot get to him from the Hemlock lab's stairs. Instead you must go to the Happiness Checker or the EV Checker buildings and take their stairs, eventually leading you to above Hemlock Lab.

    When you talk to him, you can choose a monster loot quest. Based on the Rarity of the monster loot, this is how much you will have to give him:
    Common: 32 Monster Essence, 20 common drops
    Uncommon: 48 Monster Essence, 15 uncommon drops
    Rare: 64 Monster Essence, 10 rare drops
    Epic: 96 Monster Essence, 3 epic drops.
    Legendary: 128 Monster Essence, 1 legendary drop.

    To find out what rewards you get, use /challenge. Unfortunately, you aren't able to mouse over the enchanted books in this menu to find out exactly what you might get, but most of the custom enchantments are available through Sir Fudd. Sir Fudd is also the source of many un-craftable Pokemon Items (for example, the Bidoof Axe or the Vespiquen Doll), as well as End Packs and Nether Packs.

    How do I evolve my pokemon?
    Check your /pokedex. when you mouse over a pokemon you can see the evolution requirements at the bottom of their infobox. just keep in mind, some pokemon may have multiple requirements for evolution, and only one requirement will be shown. For example, Riolu evolves with high happiness AND leveling up during the daytime, but the /pokedex only shows the happiness part of it.

    How do I evolve my pokemon with happiness?
    Visit the Happiness Checker: (-124, -48)
    When she says "My! It feels incredibly close to you! nothing makes it happier than being with you!"
    then your pokemon is ready to evolve. Just gain a level and meet all the other requirements (for example, riolu and budew also have to be leveled up in the daytime) and you'll get the evolution!

    Just feed your pokemon berries until it's happy enough, then gain a level.

    If you have /happiness, you can check a pokemon's exact happiness value. 220 or more is evolution ready.

    How do I evolve my pokemon by trading?
    You can use a Trading Machine to trade pokemon with another player! However if you don't have any other players that you trust then you can:

    Visit June (-127, 89, 26) and spend 20 tokens!

    She will only take your money if the pokemon can evolve by trading and also meets the other requirements (such as holding the correct item). Just make sure to not mess around with your keyboard. Just use your mouse and carefully select 'yes' to evolve, because if you hit 'no' you lose your tokens.

    How do I evolve my pokemon into Magnezone, Probopass, Leafeon or Glaceon? How do I evolve Nosepass, Magneton and Eevee? Where is the Moss Rock, Ice Rock, Special Magnetic Field?
    To evolve these pokemon you will need them to gain a level in certain gyms.
    Special Magnetic Field is gym 5 (Steel Plate Gym)
    Ice Rock is gym 6 (Frostbite Gym)
    Moss Rock is gym 1 (Bug Bite Gym)

    If you've already beaten these gyms, you may find it hard to gain experience points to level up your pokemon in these locations... So you can go there and fight a friend for some experience points. You can also go to their corresponding locations in the Regular Servers to fight wild pokemon there. Keep in mind that the Regular Server versions of gyms are obsolete and you can't battle gyms there, however wild pokemon do spawn there if you wait long enough.

    Why won't my pokemon obey me? My pokemon won't listen to me.
    You haven't beaten enough gyms. The more gyms you beat, the higher level pokemon you are able to command.

    When you haven't beaten any gyms, pokemon of up to level 23 will obey you! Pokemon that are level 24 will disobey you! You can see the other level thresholds by using /pokegear and choosing the very center button with all the badges.

    How do I nickname my pokemon?
    First of all, you have to have a rank. These are bought with real life money. Any rank is good enough to nickname. Each time you use /nicknamepoke it costs 500 coins.
    Here's a more in-depth guide on how exactly to give your pokemon the perfect, most colourful name!
    https://forums.pokefind.co/index.php?threads/color-codes-for-custom-pokemon-nicknames.3003/

    How do I trade pokemon? What pokemon can be traded, and what can't be traded? What materials do I need to make a Trading Machine?
    To trade pokemon, find or make a trading machine. They are pretty expensive but fortunately you can use someone else's trading machine. Try "/g warp trad" , that will probably lead you to one.

    You cannot trade pokemon that have been bred, and you also cannot trade starter pokemon. In other words, you can only trade pokemon that you caught in the wild, or were traded to you by someone who did.

    You can also trade Skinned Pokemon, (the ones bought with real life money) but the rules a little more complicated on those, so I won't be covering that.

    If you want to make your own Trading Machine, here is a list of the materials you will need:
    288 iron, 576 aluminum, 24 glass, 4 ruby, 32 copper, 8192 string, 4096 logs, 16 diamond, 192 gold, 64 cooked Blue apricorns and 64 cooked Pink apricorns.

    How do I breed pokemon? What materials do I need to make a Breeding Machine?
    To breed pokemon, you will need to create a Breeding Machine. This is a very expensive project. I put the materials needed at the bottom of this section.

    Once you have one, put in two compatible pokemon of the right genders in there, pay 15 tokens, and wait 1 hour. You don't have to be near it for it to work. Then once the egg is made, use a Breeding Incubator to take the egg out. Then run around for awhile- the egg counts how many steps you've taken to determine when to hatch. Having a pokemon with Flame Body or Magma Armor in your party will double how much each steps counts, making your eggs hatch faster!

    You only need a Breeding Incubator to remove eggs from the Breeding Machine- you can put the Incubator away afterwards and use "/incubator" to check your egg progress

    Keep in mind- pokemon that have been hatched from eggs cannot be traded!

    Note- Pokefind currently uses breeding rules from Generation 6 of pokemon, so any egg groups that have been changed in generation 8 don't apply here. (for example, on Pokefind, Ralts is only Amorphous and not Humanshape)

    Note: since you need 1 Breeding incubator as an ingredient to craft the Breeding Machine, and a breeding incubator in your inventory to take eggs out of the machine, you will need to make a total of Two Breeding Incubators.

    Here is a list of materials you need to create a Breeding Machine:
    664 glass, 48 steel, 720 aluminum, 10240 string, 5120 logs, 4 ruby, 24 diamond, 40 copper, 64 cooked Blue apricorns and 64 cooked Pink apricorns.
    This list includes the second Breeding Incubator that you will need to make.

    What are some useful utilities to craft?
    check /recipes to learn how to make these things and unlock their recipes!

    Running Shoes! 2 sugar and 4 leather. You can run twice as fast. I highly recommend these. I can't imagine going back to regular minecraft and having to move so slowly. I love running shoes. They can break if you take a lot of damage really quickly, but they tend to repair themselves slowly by mysterious means.

    PC and Healer: If you have these in your base, you don't have to go to spawn and go to the pokemon center all the time! Keep in mind, these are just 1 block, even though they appear larger.

    Poketracker: right click to see a menu that lists nearby pokemon and how far away they are. The compass arrow does not actually point to pokemon so you'll have to find them based entirely on distances given.

    Daily Quest list. For locations, see the Story Map above. Here i'm just listing coordinates, and what items you give and rewards. You can also see these when you type /challenge while in the Story Server!
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    Give items quest
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    Farmer Bob (-128, -16)
    Cow: 1 Bucket
    and 64 Wheat
    Sheep: 1 Shears
    and 64 Wheat
    Cow Reward: 1000 coins, 5 tokens, 2500 trainer exp, 1 Bonded Leather.
    Sheep Reward: 7500 coins, 25 tokens, 7500 trainer exp, 1 Wool Bale.
    Bonded Leather is more valuable than Wool Bales, but Sheep gives more coins and tokens, so it's hard to say which quest is better!

    Bambi (-131, -83)
    Wants 64 carrots and 64 wheat.
    Reward: 1000 coins, 5 tokens, 2500 trainer experience, and a 50% chance for a Dusk Stone Shard

    Fisherman (-82, 94)
    Wants 25 cooked salmon and 25 cooked cod.
    Reward: 1000 coins, 5 tokens, 1000 trainer exp, and a Water Stone Shard.

    Miner Jupiter (-230, 3)
    Can be done once every 3 days instead of daily.
    House: 64 iron and 64 regular stone.
    Teeth: 32 coal
    and 32 gold ore.

    House Reward: 2500 coins, 5 tokens, 4500 trainer exp, 50% chance for Leaf stone shard, 50% chance for Sun stone shard.
    Teeth Reward: 2500 coins, 5 tokens, 4500 trainer exp, 50% chance for Moon stone shard, 50% chance for Thunder stone shard.

    To clarify, you have a 25% chance of getting no evo shards, 50% of getting one of the two evo shards, and 25% chance of getting both evo shards.

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    Parkour Quests
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    Timmy (-96, -11)
    You do some traditional minecraft parkour.
    Reward: 2500 coins, 10 tokens, 2500 trainer experience.
    tips:
    Tip: you can Shift to the edge of the slimeblock to avoid the slowness effect to help you jump to the next slimeblock.

    Spidey (-185, 9)
    You do fancy bouncy flying 'parkour'
    Reward: 3500 coins, 10 tokens, 3500 trainer experience, and 64 string
    tips:
    Tip: you move faster horizontally if you are going forward with the W button, as opposed to going backwards with S. (assuming you are using WASD keyboard controls)

    Tip: You can do this with four jumps. Slimeblock on the ground, the 2x2 slimeblock platform, the next 1x1 slimeblock platform, and then straight to the floating fencepost in the air, which will launch you towards Spidey's air balloon. Just make sure to face the right direction and hold down the forward button.

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    Catching Quests: (also known as waste of time quests)
    ---------------------------------

    Adam (-22, 55)
    Hidden and tucked away in a corner past the Blacksmith is Adam, technically a daily quest.
    After accepting his quest, you have to catch 5 Meowths in the safari zone. It doesn't count anywhere else.
    Then, go back to him and give him any 5 Meowths. These do not have to be the same meowths that you caught in the safari zone. Remember, these meowths will be gone forever!
    Reward: 1000 coins, 5 tokens, 2500 trainer experience, 10 Ultra Balls and a 50% chance for an Oval Stone Shard.
    For the amount of effort it takes to catch 5 meowths in the safari zone, I think it's absolutely not worth the trouble.

    Pidgey Quest
    Every day, the number of Pidgeys you catch in the Safari Zone is automatically counted! Once you hit 6 Pidgeys count, you get automatically get a message in chat asking you to choose a reward! What is offered is NOT what you actually get!
    Reward: 1000 coins or 5 tokens or 5 Ultra Balls.
    It takes so much effort to catch 6 pidgeys, and it costs 5000$ to get in there in the first place so, this quest is definitely not worth the trouble.

    Useful Commands. /help
    /help and /g help
    see a list of commands in case you're looking for something that's not listed below

    /hub
    takes you to select a gamemode.
    /lobby takes you to select a server within the Survival gamemode.
    These are instant, you don't need to hold still for these teleports.

    /spawn
    Go to the spawn location of your current server. There's lots of useful stuff at spawn, check out my maps for more info. Make sure to hold still while teleporting.

    /home and /sethome
    /g home
    and /g sethome
    /g warp
    and /g setwarp
    set a location that you can easily teleport to it later! Make sure to hold still while teleporting.

    /wild

    go to a random place in the world. make sure to hold still while teleporting. You can only do this once every 5 minutes. great for trying to find a place that isn't claimed to make a base of your own!

    /tpa <playername>
    tpa is an incredibly useful command! Just type make sure you type out the full name of the player in case it doesn't autofill! You can even tpa across servers! Just keep in mind, the other player has to accept your tpa. they can ignore you if they don't want you near them. Also, if you are tpaing across servers, the accepting player cannot be in battle! So either they have to finish battling, or you just /lobby to their server and try again.

    /g create,
    /g claim, /g unclaim
    Your basic commands for making your territory protected against other players.

    /g borders and /g claims
    for figuring out where exactly your territory is.

    /g createshop and /g removeshop
    For making a shop so you sell stuff to other players.

    /pokegear
    shows you all sorts of useful information

    /pokedex
    information about pokemon, such as whether or not you've caught them, as well as how they evolve.

    /recipes
    /attributes

    information about custom items and how to unlock them and make them once you have their recipes.

    /questlog and /challenges
    shows you some of the daily quests and tutorials. But not all of them are listed in there.

    /m <player>
    send a private message to a player. Hopefully they're online to see it!

    /r
    send a private message to the last player you've messaged with. Now you don't have to type their name every time!

    F
    press F while not in a menu to make your pokemon appear or disappear from your inventory.

    /incubator
    once you create a Breeding Machine, you'll need a Breeding Incubator item in order to remove the egg from the breeding machine. But then you can put that item away and use /incubator. You don't even need a rank for /incubator! /incubator can do EVERYTHING an Breeding Incubator can do, EXCEPT remove eggs from breeding machines.

    F3
    press the F3 at the top of your keyboard to see some useful information like coordinates.

    F5
    toggle between first and third person camera view

    /stack
    and /fixinv
    Are your items all messed up? You can /stack them to make them neater. And if an item is missing from your inventory, /fixinv might fix it.

    /originaltrainer
    figure out where a traded pokemon came from.



    Did I say anything false? Any mistakes I made? Questions? Comments? Concerns? Any additions you'd like me to add? Just let me know by replying to this post or messaging me in game or on discord.
    Hope this was helpful!!
     
    Last edited: Aug 7, 2020 at 9:45 PM
  2. fedarius

    fedarius Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    Looks great! :D Under Why wont my pokemon obey question I would add: Without beating Gym 1 max level your pokemon will obey you is 24. ;)