As a Pixelmon trainer, 😌I’ve found myself on a journey to catch, train, and battle a diverse array of Pokémon within the Minecraft universe💪🏼.
Though as my roster continues to grow, 🙄the need to streamline and make room for new companions becomes apparent😔.
In this guide, I’ll be sharing insights on the processes that allow me to bid farewell to certain Pokémon, making space for new adventures and challenges.
Join me as we explore 😁the step-by-step process of releasing Pokémon, ensuring that our rosters reflect the dynamic and evolving nature of our Pixelmon adventures.
Now then, let’s start with …🤔
What is the command to delete Pokémon in Pixelmon?
Pixelmon primarily relies on in-game mechanics⚙️ for releasing or deleting Pokémon, and there isn’t a specific command to delete Pokémon in Pixelmon.
The usual method involves accessing your Pokémon party interface and releasing Pokémon from there.
Here are the general commands to delete a Pokémon in Pixelmon:
- Press the default key to open the Pokémon menu – it is usually indicated as P.
- Select the Pokémon you want to release.
- Look for an option like ‘Release’ or ‘Let Go’ and confirm your choice.
How do I release my Pokémon in Pixelmon?
In Pixelmon, you can release a Pokémon through the in-game Pokémon menu🤠. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to release a Pokémon in Pixelmon:
Open the Pokémon Menu
Press the default key to open the Pokémon menu. By default, this key is usually ‘P’, but it may vary depending on your Pixelmon configuration💻.
Select the Pokémon
In the Pokémon menu, you’ll see icons or sprites representing each Pokémon in your party. Click 🖱️on the icon or sprite of the Pokémon you want to release.
Access the Pokémon Summary
Clicking on the Pokémon will open a summary page that displays information🤫 about that specific Pokémon, such as its level, stats, and moves.
Release the Pokémon
Look for an option on the summary page that allows you to release the Pokémon. This option is typically labeled as “Release” or “Let Go.” Click on this option.
After selecting the release option, the game will likely prompt you to confirm your decision. Confirm that you want to release the Pokémon.
Completion of Release
Once confirmed, the Pokémon will be released, and you’ll receive a message indicating that the Pokémon has been let go.
Here’s a table with the summary:
Open the Pokémon menu
Select the Pokémon you want to release.
Access the Pokémon’s summary page.
Look for an option like “Release” or “Let Go”.
Click on the release option.
Confirm the release when prompted.
Receive a confirmation message for the release.
How do you get your Pokémon out of the ball in Pixelmon?
Pixelmon creatures are designed to roam freely 🌞around the player once captured, and you’ll usually see your active Pokémon walking or flying alongside you.
If, for any reason, your Pokémon isn’t visible, it might be in its Poké Ball. To summon your Pokémon, initiate the process by:
- Access the Pokémon menu with the designated key, often set to ‘P’ by default.
- Peruse your Pokémon roster and select the companion you wish to call forth.
- Explore the available options for summoning, often denoted as “Send Out” or “Summon.”
Activating this option prompts your Pokémon to emerge from its Poké Ball, ready to accompany you on your adventures once again.
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