Pokecord is a Discord bot that simulates a Pokémon game in which you can collect creatures, battle, use items, pass levels, exchange pokémons, and much more. With it, wild pokémons will appear randomly on their servers and channels and players must enter commands to capture them and control their actions. As Pokecord has several interactions, we’ve made a complete list of all the commands you need to do everything in the bot below. Check out!
Warning: the Pokécord has been off the air indefinitely since 05/30/2020.
Pokecord general and configuration commands
The table below shows the general Pokecord commands. The bot does not need major configurations since you only need to start it with “p! Start”. However, we advise you to enable the “p! Detailed” command as soon as possible, as it shows extra information about pokémons. There’s no reason not to use it!
Removes one or more Pokémon from the exchange offer
p! c add
Adds credits to your exchange offer
p! c remove
Removes credits from your exchange offer
Confirms the exchange. Must be typed by both players
Cancel the exchange
Market and Store Commands
In Pokecord, the Market is the menu where you can buy and sell Pokémon using credits from the bot. These credits are obtained by dueling or selling captured Pokémon. The Shop, on the other hand, is the menu where you can buy items such as Rare Sweets, evolution items, Boosters, etc.
It is made
Displays your credits
p! market search
Displays the requested Market page
p! market search
p! market view
Displays detailed information about a Pokémon in the Market
p! market info
Same thing as the command above
p! market list
Displays a list of Pokémon in the Market
p! market buy
Buy a Pokémon from the Market. It is necessary to confirm the transaction with “p! Confirmmbuy” or cancel with “p! Cancel”.
p! market remove
Remove a Pokémon of yours from the Market
p! market listings
Displays the Pokémon you have entered in the Marketplace
Opens the Store menu.
Purchase the selected item from the Store
Market demand filters
You can insert add-ons to the ” p! Market search ” command to further specify your search. To do this, simply add the commands below, separated by spaces. Example: “p! Market search –type –level”.