PokeTwo is a Discord Pokemon game bot designed to be just like the original Pokecord (RIP). It’s the closest to Pokecord I’ve found so far, while MewBot and PokeMeow (which I also have guides for) are more their own thing. If you know how to play Pokecord you’re pretty much already good to go with PokeTwo, but I’ll note everything here for new or confused players!
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How To Play PokeTwo
Pokemon Spawning in PokeTwo
If you played Pokecord, you’re basically up to speed already. PokeTwo is a very direct clone of Pokecord down to the commands, functions, even moreso than MewBot. People chat, Pokemon spawn, you guess their name, you catch them if you’re the first in the channel to do so.
Only real, generally back-and-forth chatting generates Pokemon! Spamming the chat with repeated lines from one person will not reliably generate pokemon, nor is there a ;spawn command or anything of the sort! Most people forget, but Pokecord was designed to encourage chatting on a Discord server. If you’re sitting silently waiting for Pokemon you are playing Pokecord clones wrong. Say hi in a general chat channel and make a dialog to get Pokemon spawning. If you just want to force Pokemon to appear, you want to play PokeMeow instead.
Note PokeTwo is a bit laggier than Pokecord (Discord rate limits surely), and more generous in it’s spawning! So far, it spawns a better variety of Pokemon (more starters etc, less repeats) that I can tell.