PC

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The PC is an item that is essential to any trainer who wants to "catch 'em all". PCs can be found in Pokémon Centers or crafted. A PC can be broken faster with a pickaxe, but it will drop as an item regardless of whether a pickaxe is used to break it.

Once a trainer has six Pokémon in their party and another Pokémon is caught, it will be sent directly to the PC system. The Pokémon storage can be accessed from any PC system. Within the PC, it is possible to either swap Pokémon from the party to the PC or use the PokéChecker function within the PC to view a Pokémon's stats. The PC has sixteen storage boxes, each box being able to hold 30 Pokémon for a total of 480 Pokémon (effectively 486 Pokémon in total including the player's party). There is also a release function (the trash can) within the PC that allows the player to release Pokémon. The PC is fairly simple to use. Pokémon can be moved by clicking a Pokémon and then either clicking an empty square or another Pokémon in the PC or party, moving the Pokémon to the square and swapping places with the other Pokémon if applicable. Clicking the buttons on top will allow the player to go through the boxes. The PC does not heal Pokémon like it does in the Pokémon games.

Crafting

In order to craft a PC, six aluminium plates, a glass pane, a redstone lamp, and redstone dust are needed. When a PC is crafted, there is a 1/100 chance that a Porygon will spawn from it.

Aluminum Plate

Aluminum Plate

Aluminum Plate

Glass Pane

Redstone Lamp

Redstone

Aluminum Plate

Aluminum Plate

Aluminum Plate

PC


PCs are also required to make ranch blocks.



Flower Pot

PC

Piston



Ranch Block


Trivia

Neither of these recipes work anymore.

PCs was formerly made with diamonds instead of aluminium plates.

Diamond

Diamond

Diamond

Glass Pane

Redstone Lamp

Redstone

Diamond

Diamond

Diamond

PC


Even before, crafting a PC used a single dirt block as a placeholder recipe.




Dirt




PC