In May last year, Pokecord left everyone in a deep shock by announcing that Pokecord is shutting down. However, there are lots of Pokecord alternatives available on the internet. The names of some alternatives are PokeTwo, MewBot, or PokeMeow.
From Pokecord commands, what Pokecord is to why it shut down, we will explain each and everything in this guide.
What is Pokecord?
Pokecord was one of the most popular Discord Bots, allowing its users to collect, battle, and trade Pokemon. Instead of throwing Poke Balls, a bolt will randomly spawn a Pokemon in a designated channel in a participating Discord. It showcases the image of the Pokemon but not name. It is up to you to respond with the right name instantly. Whoever names the first, gets the Pokemon.
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On the basis of Pokecord servers, it defaults to have the “p!” in front of your Pokecord command. It is likely that there might be some servers that have changed this to something else but we will only be using following commands because it is used in the default Pokecord server.
You will be seeing <Pokemon Number>referenced throughout these commands. Notably, you have an option to get the desired Pokemon number by searching for the Pokemon with the “p!pokemon –name <Pokemon Name>” command. You will see the number via this list.
Any Pokecord command showcasing something in angle brackets (< >), means you will have to replace it with what is listed between them (do not include the brackets in your command).
All Pokecord Commands List – 2022
Beginning the Game
- p!start – With this command, you can enter the game. Make sure to use this command before catching any Pokemon.
- p!pick – After entering the start command, you will then be asked to choose a starter Pokemon.
- p!help – Will help you to find more information. Do not revert back to bot, you need to enter the command in a Pokecord supported Discord channel.
Once you have watched your Pokemon, there are commands that you need to use. They need to be enabled.
- p!detailed – Using this command, you can see enough information about your Pokemon.
- p!pokemon and p!info – These commands will show Pokemon’s IVs which are important if you want to battle or determine how much one is worth.
- p!order <Option> – With the help of this command, you can order your Pokemon by whatever you like. You have the option to do: alphabetical, number, level, or iv.
- p!catch <Pokemon Name> – When a wild Pokemon spawns, Use this command to correct the name and catch it.
- p!hint – It will show you a hint to catcher spawned Pokemon.
- p!select <Pokemon Number> – Use this command to select which Pokemon will receive XP from chatting and which will battle.
- p!select latest – Use this command to select your most recently caught or redeemed Pokemon.
- p!info – It shows the information of your SELECTED Pokemon.
- p!info latest – It shows the information of the LATEST Pokemon you’ve caught.
- p!info <Pokemon Name> – It shows a Pokemon with its base stats.
- p!info shiny <Pokemon Name> – It shows a shiny version of a Pokemon with its base stats.
- p!info <Pokemon Number> – It shows the information of the Pokemon attached to this number.
- p!pokemon – It shows a list of your Pokemon. It also displays information, such as Level, Number, IVs, and Nickname.
- p!pokemon –name <Pokemon Name> – It shows a list of Pokemon you own of that particular name.
- p!pokemon –shiny – It shows your shiny Pokemon.
- p!pokedex – It shows your Pokedex with a count of how many you own.
- p!pokedex –unowned – It shows only the Pokemon you need to collect.
- p!nickname <nickname> – It gives a nickname to your selected Pokemon.
- p!dropitem – It drops the item your current Pokemon is holding.
- p!mega – Use this command to evolve Pokemon to a Mega X or Y. You must have a Mega Evolution purchased, they cost 1,000 credits each.
- p!release <Pokemon Number> – This command will release a Pokemon.
- p!release it will attempt to release your chosen Pokemon, but thankfully it gives you a confirmation prompt beforehand.
Challenges were added in the game a few days before it shut down. If you complete all of the challenges you are rewarded with credits.
- p!challenges – It hows the current challenges that are available for you.
Favourite List Commands
- p!fav – This will show a list of your favourite Pokemon!
- p!addfav <Pokemon Number> – Adds a Pokemon to your favorites list.
- p!removefav <Pokemon Number> – Removes a Pokemon from your favourites list.
Want to battle your friends? Well, you will have to use the following commands. You will get credits and XP for defeating your duelling partner.
- p!select <Pokemon Number> – This will be the Pokemon you use in battle.
- p!moves – Displays your selected Pokemon’s current moves, and the available moves it can learn.
- p!learn <Move> – Attempts to learn the move you’ve chosen. You will need to choose which move you want to replace.
- p!replace <Number> – Replaces a current move with the one you are trying to learn.
- p!duel <@Username> – Challenges the select Discord user to a Duel. Be sure to @ them and not just type in their name.
- p!accept – Accepts a duel if you’ve been challenged.
- p!use <Move Number> – Your selected Pokemon will use the move that is listed by that number.
The following Market commends will help you buy and purchase Pokemon.
- p!bal – Shows the number of credits you have.
- p!market search <Page number> – Show the requested page of the market.
- p!market search <Page number> <Search Options> <Order Option> – Search the market.
- p!market view <Pokemon ID> – View detailed information for a Pokemon on the market.
- p!market info <Pokemon ID> – Alternative to view.
- p!market list <Pokemon Number> <Price> – List a pokémon on the market.
- p!market buy <Pokemon ID> – Buy a Pokemon from the market. You will need to confirm your purchase with p!confirmbuy or cancel it with p!cancel.
- p!market remove <Pokemon ID> -Remove one of your Pokemon from the market.
- p!market listings <Page number> – Display the Pokemon you have listed on the market.
You can use this option in addition to the “p!market search” to further refine your search.
For example: if you wanted to search for Charizard’s of a high IV in order of highest to lowest while showing the IV: “p!market search –name Charizard –showiv –order iv d“.
- –name <name> – Search for Pokemon by name.
- –nickname <nickname> – Search for Pokemon by a nickname.
- –level <level> – Search for Pokemon by level.
- –holding <holding> – Search for Pokemon by the item they are holding.
- –type <type> – Search for Pokemon by type.
- –price <price> – Search for Pokemon with a specific price.
- –hpiv <IV> – Search for Pokemon by their HP IV.
- –atkiv <IV> – Search for Pokemon by their Attack IV.
- –defiv <IV> – Search for Pokemon by their Defense IV.
- –spatkiv <IV> – Search for Pokemon by their Special Attack IV.
- –spdefiv <IV> – Search for Pokemon by their Special Defense IV.
- –speediv <IV> – Search for Pokemon by their Speed IV.
- –shiny – Search for shiny Pokemon.
While searching by IVs, you can use the “>” or “<” symbols to look for a range of IVs, like this: –hpiv > 27
There are multiple search options that you can use in a single command.
- –order id ascending/descending – Order results by Pokemon ID.
- –order lvl ascending/descending – Order results by Pokemon level.
- –order price ascending/descending – Order results by price.
- –order iv ascending/descending – Order by the sum of the Pokemon’s IVs.
- –order name ascending/descending – Order results by name.
In order to save some time, you can type merely a and d instead of ascending/descending.
- p!shop – Opens the shop menu. You can purchase XP Boosters, Rare Candies, Rare Stones, Evolution Items, Nature Modifiers, Held Items, and Mega Evolutions!
- p!buy <Item ID> – Purchases an item from the shop.
- p!trade @User – Begins a trade with someone. They will then have to do p!accept to do the trade or p!deny to reject it.
- p!p add <Pokemon numbers, separated by spaces> – Add one or multiple Pokemon to your trade offer.
- p!p remove <Pokemon numbers, separated by spaces> – Remove one or multiple Pokemon from your trade offer.
- p!c add <Amount> – Add credits to your trade offer.
- p!c remove <Amount> – Remove credits from your trade offer.
- p!confirm – Confirm the trade, both users must confirm for the trade to go through.
- p!cancel – Cancel the trade.
- p!daily – Allows you to vote for the Pokecord server on the Discord Bots site. You get 100 – 250 credit for doing this every 12 hours.
- p!silence – Toggles your level up messages. If you chat in servers that have Pokecord it will alert when your Pokemon levels up. This might be annoying to some, so you can silence it with this command.
- p!redeem <Pokemon Name> – If you have a redeem available, you will receive a Pokemon of the name you entered.
- p!redeem credits – Sells a redeem you own for 15,000 credits back to the bot itself.
- p!botinfo – Shows general bot information.
- p!invite – Gives the bot’s invite link.
- p!donate – Sends a link to donate to support the bot.
- p!patreon – Sends a link to the bot’s patreon page.
- p!server – Sends an invite to the bot’s official server.
- p!appeal | (Official Server Only) Attempts to give you unbanned from the official server if you were banned for whatever reason.
- p!prefix <prefix> – Sets server prefix. If you don’t like the “p!” before every command, you can change it with this.
- p!redirect <#Channel Name> – If you want Pokemon to spawn in a certain channel you can use this command to change it.
- p!redirect disable – If you want to enable spawns in all channels again, you can use this command.
- p!channel enable/disable – Enables or disables p! commands in the channel you are currently in.
- p!levelup enable/disable – Enables or disables level up alerts.
- p!clearspawns enable/disable – Enables or disables the deletion of spawn message once a Pokemon is caught.
That’s all you need to know about Pokecord commands.