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PokéStops is a Pixelmon sidemod that adds claimable PokéStops which distribute items to players. It is based on the PokéStops in Pokémon GO.


Minecraft version Pixelmon version PokéStops version
1.12.2 6.0+ 2.0.2
1.12.2 6.0+ 1.0.2
1.10.2 5.0-5.1 1.0

PokéStops only needs to be installed on a server and does not require each player to install it in order to be used.


PokéStops is a Pixelmon sidemod that adds claimable PokéStops into Minecraft. When a PokéStop is placed, a player may enter its radius and use the /ClaimPokestop command to obtain random quantities of items as defined by the configuration from the PokéStop drop list. PokéStops also has a configurable cooldown time located in its configuration file.


There are currently 3 tiers of PokéStops available. Tier 1, which is pink in color, tier 2, which is blue in color, and finally tier 3, which is purple in color. Each tier is assigned its own item pool and can be configured with the /AddDrop and the /DelDrop commands. If enabled in the config, the player may require a special permission node to claim a certain tier of PokéStop.

Item Rarity

When using the /AddDrop command, the third parameter requires an items rarity. The rarity of the item is based on how far the rarities are from each other. For example, if you give a Poke Ball a rarity of 300 and a Master Ball of 5, it is extremely unlikely you will get a Master Ball and extremely likely you'll get a Poke Ball. Assuming the numbers are still true for both, if you add a Great Ball with a rarity of 200, it is quite likely you will get a Great Ball, but still not as likely as a Poke Ball.


Note: Command syntax is displayed in the standard Minecraft command format. An explanation of this format can be found here.

  • /ClaimPokeStop: Allows the player to claim a PokéStop and obtain items from the drop list.
    • Quantities of the drops are randomly , taking into consideration the items rarity, chosen between the minimum and maximum quantities (inclusive) in the configuration.
    • A PokéStop can only be claimed if its cooldown time has expired. There is also an option in the configuration that allows a PokéStop to only be claimed once.
  • /DropList <tier>: Displays the items currently in that tier of the PokéStop drops pool.
  • /AddDrop <tier> <item> <rarity>: Adds an item to the PokéStop drops pool. Follows basic item ID syntax. Example: pixelmon:rare_candy.
  • /DelDrop <tier> <item>: Deletes a drop from the specified tier drops pool. Follows basic item ID syntax. Example: pixelmon:rare_candy.
  • /AddPokeStop <tier>: Creates a PokéStop with the specified tier using the coordinates where the command sender stands.
  • /DelPokeStop: Deletes the PokéStop the command sender is standing inside of.

Permission nodes

  • /ClaimPokeStop: pokestops.claimpokestop.base
  • /DropList: pokestops.droplist.base
  • /AddDrop: pokestops.adddrop.base
  • /DelDrop: pokestops.deldrop.base
  • /AddPokeStop: pokestops.addpokestop.base
  • /DelPokeStop: pokestops.delpokestop.base
  • Ignore /ClaimPokeStop cooldown: pokestops.claimpokestop.unlimited
  • Allow a user to claim a tier 1 PokéStop: pokestops.claimpokestop.tier1
  • Allow a user to claim a tier 2 PokéStop: pokestops.claimpokestop.tier2
  • Allow a user to claim a tier 3 PokéStop: pokestops.claimpokestop.tier3

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