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Pokecord Commands Guide 2021 – Advanced, Market, Trading, Shop & Server Commands

Here's everything you need to know about Pokecord Commands.

Pokecord was undoubtedly one of the most popular Discord bots that let players collect, battle and trade Pokemon. It has been almost a year since Pokecord shut down but its popularity does not seem to fade. The news of Pokecord getting shut down had left thousands of DIscord users extremely disappointed.

From what Pokecord is, where to play Pokecord to Pokecord Commands, we will explain each and everything about the Discord bot.

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What is Pokecord?

As we have mentioned above Pokecord was nothing but a Discord bot, which used to allow players to fight, collect and Pokemon. Instead of throwing Poke Balls, a bot will sometime spawn a Pokemon in a particular channel in a participating Discord. Notably, you will be displayed the pictures of Pokemon but not name. After seeing the picture, you will have to name the Pokemon as soon as possible. Notably, those who get it done quickly will get Pokemon.

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Where To Play Pokecord?

The only condition to play Pokecord is the Discord server should have Pokecord enabled. There are two options — either invite the bot to your server or join Pokecord’s official server. The more active server you have the more Pokemon you will have to catch.

Pokecord Commands

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The official Pokecord Command list does not have a lot of important commands. Whenever (Pokemon) is included in a command, make sure to replace it with the number of Pokemon without the parenthesis. Currently, there is no Pokecord command that has the name of Pokemon.

Depending on the server you are playing, it is default to have the “p!” before each Pokecord command. There are chances that some servers had witnessed a change but I will only use the below mentioned Pokecord commands because they are used in the default Pokecord server.

If you witness any command in angle brackets (<>), you will have to replace it with what is listed between them. Make sure not to include brackets in your command.

Starting Pokecord Commands

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  • p!start – This command will help you to enter the game. Make sure to use this Pokecord commands before you catch any Pokemon.
  • p!pick – Once you have started using Pokecord commands, you will then be asked to pick a starter Pokemon. You will be able to pick any of the starter Pokemon.
  • p!help – This command will help you get direct messages from the bot. You will need to enter this command in a Pokecord supported Discord channel.

Once you get your hands on Pokemon, you will have to use a couple of Pokecord commands. Here are the following commands that should be enabled.

  • p!detailed – This Pokecord command will help you get more information about the Pokemon when using p!pokemon and p!info.
  • p!order <Option> – Using this command, you can order Pokemon the way you want. You have an option to order your Pokemon in alphabetical, number, level, or IV.

Pokemon Commands

  • p!catch <Pokemon Name> – When a wild Pokemon spawns, use this command to get the correct name to catch it.
  • p!hint – It will give you a clue to the spawned Pokemon.
  • p!select <Pokemon Number> – It will tell you that which Pokemon will get XP from chatting and which will battle.
  • p!select latest – It will automatically select the recently caught Pokemon.
  • p!info – It will show you the information of your selected Pokemon.
  • p!info latest -It will show you the information of the recently caught Pokemon.
  • 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 along with its base stats.
  • p!info <Pokemon Number> – It gives the information of the Pokemon attached to this number.
  • p!pokemon – It shows a list of your Pokemon and other information like Level, Number, IVs, and Nickname.
  • p!pokemon –name <Pokemon Name> It shows a list of Pokemon with a name that you own.
  • p!pokemon –shiny – It shows all of your shiny Pokemon.
  • p!pokedex  It shows your Pokedex with a count of how many you own.
  • p!pokedex –unowned – It will only show you the Pokemon that should be collected.
  • p!nickname <nickname> – It will give a nickname to your selected Pokemon.
  • p!dropitem It drops the item your current Pokemon is holding.

Challenge Commands

There are multiple challenges added to the game. Upon completing challenges, you will be given rewards.

  • p!challenges – This command will show you all of the available challenges.

Favourite List Commands

  • p!fav – This Pokecord command will help you to keep your favourite Pokemon separately.
  • p!addfav <Pokemon Number> – You can add a new Pokemon to favourites list by using this command.
  • p!removefav <Pokemon Number> – Use this command to remove Pokemon from your favourites list.

Duelling Commands

There are multiple Pokecord commands that you will have to use while fighting with your friends. Upon defeating your duelling partner, you will be given credits and XP as rewards.

  • p!select <Pokemon Number> – Use this command to select the Pokemon that you want to use in the battle.
  • p!moves – It will show you the Pokemon’s current moves.
  • p!learn <Move> – This command will help you learn the moves.
  • p!replace <Number> – Use this command to replace a current move.
  • p!duel <@Username> – Challenges the select Discord user to a Duel. Be sure to @ them and not just type in their name.
  • p!accept – Use this command to accept the duel’s challenge.
  • p!use <Move Number> – Your chosen Pokemon will use the move that is listed by that number.

Market Commands

You must have gotten enough Credit and XP by defeating your duelling partner. Now, it is time to use them to sell or purchase Pokemon.

  • p!bal – This command will show you the exact number of credits you have in your inventory.
  • p!market search <Page number> – It will show you the requested page of the market.
  • p!market search <Page number> <Search Options> <Order Option> – Search the market.
  • p!market view <Pokemon ID> – This command will get you information for a Pokemon on the market.
  • p!market info <Pokemon ID> – Alternative to view.
  • p!market list <Pokemon Number> <Price> – Use this command to list a Pokemon on the market.
  • p!market buy <Pokemon ID> – Use this command to buy a Pokemon from the market. Make sure to confirm your purchase with p!confirmbuy or cancel it with p!cancel.
  • p!market remove <Pokemon ID> – This command can be used to remove one of your Pokemon from the market.
  • p!market listings <Page number> – This command shows the Pokemon you have listed on the market.

Search Options

To make your search more refined you can use the following Pokecord commands.

  • –name <name> – Use this command to search for Pokemon by their name.
  • –nickname <nickname>- This command can be used to search for Pokemon by their nickname.
  • –level <level> – This command will help you search for Pokemon by their level.
  • –holding <holding> – Use this command to search for Pokemon by the item they are holding.
  • –type <type> – This command can be used to search for Pokemon by type.
  • –price <price> – Use this command to search for Pokemon with a particular price.
  • –hpiv <IV> – This Pokecord command will help you to search for Pokemon by their HP IV.
  • –atkiv <IV> – This command can be used to search for Pokemon by their Attack IV.
  • –defiv <IV> – You can use this command to search for Pokemon by their Defense IV.
  • –spatkiv <IV> – Use this command to search for Pokemon by their Special Attack IV.
  • –spdefiv <IV> – This command can be used to search for Pokemon by their Special Defense IV.
  • –speediv <IV> – You can use this command to search for Pokemon by their Speed IV.

Order Options

  • –order id ascending/descending – This commend will help you get the result by Pokemon ID.
  • –order lvl ascending/descending – You can get the results by Pokemon Level by using this command.
  • –order price ascending/descending – This command can be used to get the results by price.
  • –order iv ascending/descending – Use this command to order by the sum of the Pokemon’s IVs.
  • –order name ascending/descending – You can use this command to order results by name.

Instead of writing ascending or descending, you can simply write a or d respectively.

Shop Commands

  • p!shop – This Pokecord command will bring up a shop menu.
  • p!buy <Item ID> – You can use this command to buy a particular item from the shop.

Trading Commands

  • p!trade @User – You can use this command to begin a trade. To accept or decline the trade, you will need to use p!accept or p!deny.
  • p!p add <Pokemon numbers, seperated by spaces> – With the help of using this command, you can add as many Pokemon as you want to your trade offer.
  • p!p remove <Pokemon numbers, separated by spaces> – This command can be used to remove Pokemon from the trade offer.
  • p!c add <Amount> – Use this Pokecord command to add credits to your trade offer.
  • p!c remove <Amount> – This command can be used to remove credits from your trade offer.
  • p!confirm – To confirm the trade, use this command.
  • p!cancel – If you don’t want to proceed the trade offer, use this command to cancel the trade.

General Commands

  • p!daily – Upon using this command, you will be able to vote for the Pokecord server on the Discord Bots site. If you do so, you will get up to 250 Credit for doing this every 12 hours.
  • p!silence – This command will Toggle your level up messages. If you chat in servers that have Pokecord enable it will alert when your Pokemon levels up. This might be annoying to some, so this can be silenced 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 – This command can be used to sells a redeem you own for 15,000 credits back to the bot itself.

Bot Commands

  • p!botinfo – This Pokecord command will bring up all general bot information.
  • p!invite – You can invite the bot by using this command.
  • p!donate – You can use this command to send a link to donate to support the bot.
  • p!patreon – This command can be used to send a link to the bot’s Patreon page.
  • p!server – You can send an invite to the bot’s official server by using this command.

Server Commands

  • p!prefix <prefix> – This Pokecord command is used to set server prefix.
  • p!redirect <#Channel Name> – With the help of using this command, you will be able to spawn a Pokemon in a particular channel.
  • p!redirect disable – If you want Pokemon to spawn randomly, use this command to do so.
  • p!channel enable/disable – This command can be used to enable or disable in the channel you are currently in.
  • p!levelup enable/disable – Use this command to enable or disable level up alerts.
  • p!clearspawns enable/disable – This command is usually used to enable or disable the deletion of spawn message once a Pokemon is captured.

Ever since the Pokecord shut down, there are tons of players who have been looking for its alternatives. There are users who have discovered Pokecord alternatives. Some of the most popular alternatives to Pokecord are PokeTwo, MewBot, or PokeMeow.