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Pixelmon

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Pixelmon est un mode Minecraft qui ajoute des Pokémon dans Minecraft.

Exigences

Pixelmon est actuelement disponible pour Minecraft versions 1.10.2, 1.8.9, et 1.7.10. Minecraft Forge est nécessaire afin de'utiliser Pixelmon. A cause du nombre important de ressources contenues dans Pixelmon, au moins 2 GB de RAM est nécessaire pour que Pixelmon puisse tourner; cela nécessite une version 64-bit de Java.

Pixelmon peut être utilisé avec le laceur de Minecraft comme pour n'importe quel autre mode utilisant Forge. Cependant, Pixelmon fournit aussi sont propre lanceur, le lanceur Pixelmon a été créé afin de faciliter l'installation et l'utilisation de Pixelmon.

Pour les instructions complètes d'installation, lisez cette page.

Overview

A Bulbasaur in Pixelmon

Pixelmon adds many aspects of the Pokémon games into Minecraft, including the Pokémon themselves, Pokémon battling, trading, and breeding. Pixelmon also includes an assortment of new items, including prominent Pokémon items like Poké Balls and TMs, new resources like bauxite ore and Apricorns, and new decorative blocks like chairs and clocks.

For most of these features, Pixelmon attempts to match the mechanics of the Pokémon games as closely as possible, including battle mechanics that match the mechanics in the Generation 6 Pokémon games. However, some aspects of Pixelmon are original and deviate from the Pokémon games, such as a breeding mechanic where Pokémon require a suitable environment around them in order to breed.

Unlike in the Pokémon games, Pixelmon does not use the "random encounter" method (e.g., tall grass, caves) for encountering Pokémon. Instead, Pokémon spawn naturally in Overworld, and a player can engage these wild Pokémon in battle. By default, normal Minecraft mobs are disabled and do not spawn when Pixelmon is installed, although they can be enabled by editing Pixelmon's config file.

Poké Balls can be purchased in Poké Marts (which spawn in towns) in exchange for PokéDollars, just as they are in the Pokémon games. However, Poké Balls can also be crafted after the player acquires Apricorns and iron. The method for crafting Poké Balls is detailed on the Poké Balls page.

Most other items from the Pokémon games, including Medicine, held items, and TMs, can be obtained from several different sources:

  • Crafting certain items.
  • PokéLoot chests, which serve the same purpose as item-filled Poké Balls in the Pokémon games.
  • Defeating boss Pokémon, Mega Evolved wild Pokémon that will always be several levels higher than the player's Pokémon.
  • The Pickup Ability, which gathers items the same way as in the Pokémon games.
  • Poké Marts, which can sell Medicine and TMs.

Pixelmon is designed so that players and servers can choose and create their own goals, whether this means completing the Pokédex, winning in player-vs.-player battles, or another goal entirely. There is no fixed progression of Gyms in Pixelmon, but servers may choose to implement this feature by using either NPC Trainers or players as Gym Leaders, and Badges are present in Pixelmon if servers wish to use them as marks of achievement. A system of naturally spawning Gyms is currently being developed for Pixelmon.

Pixelmon is updated frequently with new features and bug fixes. This includes new Pokémon, which are gradually added to Pixelmon within these updates. There is no fixed release schedule, although a new Pixelmon version is typically released between a week and a month after the previous version.

Services

The Pixelmon launcher

In addition to the Pixelmon mod itself, the Pixelmon team also maintains a variety of services for Pixelmon users.