Even More Pixelmon Commands (formerly known as PixelUpgrade) is a sidemod for Pixelmon that adds an assortment of highly configurable commands. It is similar to Pixelmon Extras in general structure but adds different commands, many of which have extensive economy support.
|Minecraft version||Pixelmon version||Even More Pixelmon Commands version|
|1.12.2||6.2.0-6.2.3||4.0.0 beta 1|
|1.10.2||5.0.4+||2.0.0 beta 2|
EMPC is meant to be run on a server, and cannot be used by clients. SpongeForge needs to be present in the same folder. A Sponge economy plugin (EconomyLite is recommended) is also required if you intend to use economy integration.
- Download EMPC for your version of Minecraft and Pixelmon.
- Place the downloaded .jar file in the mods folder, along with SpongeForge and an economy plugin of choice.
- Start the server and wait for it to load.
- Open the EvenMorePixelmonCommands.conf file in the server's config folder, and edit to taste.
- Open the EMPC folder, and edit command-specific configs to taste.
- Use the
/empc reloadcommand to load any changes into EMPC.
Note: Command syntax is displayed in the standard Minecraft command format. An explanation of this format can be found here.
Some arguments may not show up in-game or may be required instead of optional, depending on given permissions and configuration settings. The
-c flag confirms a command, while the
-f flag disables any safeguards.
/spawndex has its own set of modifier flags, which you can scroll down to see.
If two commands are shown, the second is an alias that can be changed in the command-specific config files. Not all commands use aliases by default, but they all have an option for them.
/checkevs <Pokémon name or number> [-c]: Shows a list of the EVs defeating the given Pokémon would provide.
/cs [target] [slot] [-c]: Shows a party Pokémon's IVs, EVs, gender, nature, size, ability and number of cloning attempts and ruby infusions. If the Pokémon is an egg, it'll show a vague message hinting at what's inside instead, unless configured to reveal everything.
/type <Pokémon name or number> [-c]: Shows a list of a Pokémon's resistances, weaknesses and immunities, as well as relevant Abilities.
/empc: Shows subcommands that the player has access to. Clickable.
list: Shows a list of all commands the user has access to.
reload: Reloads all config settings and registers new aliases, if any changed.
/fixgenders [target] [-c]: Fixes Pokémon with genders that they cannot normally get.
/partyhatch [target] [-c]: Hatches the player's whole party, with optional cooldowns depending on permissions. Can optionally be set up to be usable on other people, too.
/partyheal [target] [-c]: Heals the player's whole party, with optional cooldowns depending on permissions. Can optionally be set up to be usable on other people, too.
/resetdex <target> [-c]: Resets the targeted player's Pokédex to zero entries.
/show <slot> [-c]: Shows off a Pokémon's stats to the whole server, with optional cooldowns depending on permissions.
/spawndex <Pokémon name or number> [-f|-o|-r|-s] [radius]: Spawns the desired Pokémon at your mouse cursor. Flags:
-f: Broadcasts a fake spawning message from the config.
-o: Gives the spawn an outline that shows through walls.
-r: Spawns a Pokémon randomly within the given radius, if present.
-s: Makes the spawn shiny.
/bend <slot> [-c]: Transforms a Pokémon to the opposite gender, if it has one.
/timedhatch [target] <slot> [-c]: Hatches a single Pokémon, with optional cooldowns depending on permissions. Can optionally be set up to be usable on other people, too.
/timedheal [target] <slot> [-c]: Heals a single Pokémon, with optional cooldowns depending on permissions. Can optionally be set up to be usable on other people, too.
These nodes are used to warn people with the correct permissions of important events.
empc.notify.staff.showstats- warns for potentially cheated nickname lengths
These nodes give players basic access to commands.
empc.command.partyhatch- comes with the default cooldown unless altcooldown/bypass are given
empc.command.partyheal- comes with the default cooldown unless altcooldown/bypass are given
empc.command.showstats- comes with the default cooldown unless altcooldown/bypass are given
empc.command.timedhatch- comes with the default cooldown unless altcooldown/bypass are given
empc.command.timedheal- comes with the default cooldown unless altcooldown/bypass are given
Staff command nodes
These nodes cover commands that may be dangerous, if given to normal players.
empc.command.staff.reload- allows the use of
empc.command.staff.fixgenders- allows using
These nodes allow the matching commands to be used on remote players.
empc.command.other.checkstats- shows another player's Pokémon and their stats
empc.command.other.partyhatch- allows hatching all of another player's eggs, supports cooldowns
empc.command.other.partyheal- allows healing all of another player's Pokémon, supports cooldowns
empc.command.other.timedhatch- allows hatching an egg belonging to another player, supports cooldowns
empc.command.other.timedheal- allows healing a Pokémon belonging to another player, supports cooldowns
Alternate cooldown nodes
These nodes put players on an alternate cooldown, potentially good for VIP ranks. Set in the command configs.
These nodes let players bypass cooldowns for the chosen commands.
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