To start breeding Pokemon you need the following:
A male and female Pokemon from compatible egg groups
(or a Ditto and any breedable Pokemon)
A Day Care Block (you can buy one at /warp Mall)
Right Click the Day Care to open up your breeding menu.
Place 2 compatible Pokemon in the slots and click the green check.
Hover over the breed slot to see their requested items.
With the items in your inventory, click the green check to consumed them.
Wait 1.5 hours for the Pokemon to produce an egg.
Click the green check to collect your egg and Pokemon.
Eggs can hatch while they are in the player's party. Every Pokemon is different and takes a different amount of eggs to hatch.
If you have a Pokemon with the ability Flame Body or Magma Armor, the hatch time is cut in half. Talonflame and Magcargo are good picks for this.
Egg Hatcher machines are allowed, but they must loop for no longer than 3 minutes and must require manual player input to continue the loop.
Violation of these rules is bypassing the AFK kicker, which is not allowed.
Some players create public warps for egg hatchers they have made, which you can find in the warps list.
Pokemon will always request the following:
1 Type Gem matching their primary type
1 Glistering Melon
So, if you are breeding a Bulbasaur and Charmander together, you will need:
1 Grass Gem
1 Fire Gem
1 Glistering Melons
Crafting Type Gems
Type Gems are crafted in a Pixelmon Infuser using:
Burnable fuel (i.e. coal)
1 block of any Pixelmon gemstone
9 of either ruby, sapphire, amethyst, or crystal.
1 of a specific berry
Note: This is a change we have made to the vanilla recipe.
You can normally only use crystal blocks, but we added recipes for all gemstone blocks.
Hourglasses provide a number of time skips to breeding.
Copper: Skip a single item request for a pair (skips next in list, top down).
Silver: Skip 25% of the timer for a pair to produce an egg.
Gold: Completes all requirements and timers for a pair.
Pick up and place the hourglass on a breed slot to use its effects.
You can get hourglasses from the Vote Arcade every day by turning in Vote Keys.
They also drop from Pixelmon bosses, and are a reward from the Item Crate.
By default you get access to 5 breeding slots.
This means you can breed up to 5 pairs of Pokemon at one time.
You can unlock up to 10 breeding slots through the Breeding Skill.
Click the yellow arrows to scroll through your breed slots.
Double check that you have the correct slot selected when you click the green checkmark to consume resources!
The Oval Charm doubles the rate of egg production for all breeding pairs of Pokemon in your Day Care. If this is the only upgrade you have, then your eggs will produce in 45 minutes.
This effect is multiplicative with the Experienced Breeding skill buff.
You can unlock the Oval Charm by completing any generation of the Pokedex.
For example, catching all of the Pokemon from generation 1, Pokemon 001-151.
Use this when you have met the condition to receive the Oval Charm and it will be given to you. Fails if you have not met the condition.
Use /skills to view details on all your skills.
You get experience in the Breeding skill by hatching eggs.
At the following levels, you get upgrades to your ability to breed:
Level 1: 5 breed slots
Level 10: +1 breed slot
Level 15: Unlock /neuter to make your Pokemon unbreedable
Level 20: +1 breed slot
Level 25: Double Yolk
Level 30: +1 breed slot
Level 40: +1 breed slot
Level 50: +1 breed slot
Experienced Breeding (25% faster egg production)
Level 75: Incubator (15% faster hatching)
Level 100: CRISPR (Increased shiny chance and IVs)
Two breeding related commands can be bought using relic coins. Each command costs 100 relic coins and is a one time purchase.
Use this to open the daycare interface without needing the daycare block.
Use this to check how many steps remain for the egg in the selected slot.
We have a plugin that adds a chance for custom palettes to pass down through breeding. A Shiny palette cannot be passed down.
If the chance fails, the offspring will be normal without a palette.
Pixelmon's built-in textures (Strike, Alter, etc.) are also breedable!
Chance to pass down the parent's texture to its offspring:
65% if parents are from the same evolution line (can pass either parent's texture)
40% if parents are different species (can pass female's texture only)
27% if one parent is a ditto
If the parents are different species, the offspring will always take the female's palette.
If both parents are from the same evolution line, but have different palettes, the offspring has an equal chance of being either parent's palette.
Offspring will never inherit a Ditto's palette.
These palettes cannot be passed down through breeding.
Remember that a Ditto can never pass down its own palette.