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Pokemon spec

Revision as of 09:51, 26 July 2018 by Xpand (talk | contribs) (Corrected some Pokérus info, added syntax.)

A Pokémon spec is a collection of arguments designed to form a description of a Pokémon. These are used in Pixelmon's /pokegive and /pokespawn commands to define different aspects of Pokémon, and in Pixelmon sidemod commands as a complete summary or as a filter. Pokémon specs are composed of a series of order-less keys, keys and arguments, or only arguments, depending on the characteristic. The existing keys and arguments are below.

Key Argument
None Pokémon species name
level|lvl The level of the Pokémon
gender|g male|female
shiny|s None (Pokémon is Shiny)
!shiny|!s None (Pokémon is specifically not Shiny)
growth|gr The growth of the Pokémon
nature|n The Nature of the Pokémon
ability|ab The Ability of the Pokémon (case sensitive, no spaces; e.g., SwiftSwim)
boss|b The boss mode of the Pokémon
form|f The form index of the Pokémon
ball|ba The caught Poké Ball of the Pokémon
pokerus|pkrs The Pokérus stage of the Pokémon, from a-d (with d being longest, 4 days)

These are generally used in the form key[:argument], with the exception of the Pokémon species.

Examples

  • In the /pokespawn command, one could define a Pokémon spec with /pokespawn lvl:50 Kingdra ab:SwiftSwim n:modest gr:enormous s b:Uncommon pkrs:d for an enormous, Shiny, uncommon boss Kingdra at level 50, with the Swift Swim Ability and a Modest Nature, infected with a four-day strain of Pokérus.
  • In the /pokegive command, one could define a Pokémon spec with /pokegive <player> Burmy f:1 ba:masterball !s g:m for a male Burmy of form index 1 (Sandy Cloak) that is not Shiny and is in a Master Ball.
  • In the /pokedel command in Pixelmon Extras, one could define a Pokémon spec with /pokedel <player> pc s for the removal of all Shiny Pokémon from a player's PC.