Myuu Guide & Command List

myuu discord bot guide and command list

Myuu is a Pokemon Discord Bot that’s a biiiit different from your usual ones. Unlike PokeTwo, and PokeRealm which aim to be Pokecord clones and PokeMeow which tries to be its own thing, Myuu works to replicate most of a real Pokemon game experience complete with gym battles, regions, throwing Pokeballs, and lots and lots of battling (perhaps even, too much)!

The bot advertises itself by saying you just use .menu and don’t need to memorize any other commands…but there’s a bit more to it than that. Here I’ll run through all commands in Myuu and how to make the best use of them. I’ll also explain the strategies you’ll need to win the game!

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Myuu Quickstart

Myuu is not like Pokecord. Pokemon will not randomly spawn. Instead, you’ll use the .menu to travel to different routes (try .route 1) and battle pokemon to level up. You can also throw Pokeballs to try and catch Pokemon. Use the Bag & Items menu to buy new Pokeballs and the Box menu to manage your Pokemon.

Your goal is to unlock more of the world to catch and battle Pokemon in; Gym Leaders unlock 3 more routes after being defeated and defeating the final Gym in a region unlocks the next one.

Battles are simulated pretty accurately to real Pokemon, closer to Pokemon Showdown than PokeCord—but probably still not quite as accurate. IVs, EVs, natures, Status Effects, Items and more are all accounted for.

Where to play Myuu

Myuu can also be played in it’s official server  or by inviting the bot to your own server. Just type .menu to start a tutorial for how to play and battle. Tell the bot in the tutorial that @SirTapTap#3775 sent you for a bonus! Then you may use .pksetup to define its channels, if using your own server and don’t want it to spam up a chat channel.

Myuu Strategy

There are basically three main things to do in Myuu: Catch and Breed Pokemon, Battle NPCs to progress the game, and Battle Players. You’ll need to battle NPCs no matter what to unlock major regions, and battling players you’ll mainly want to do in the main Myuu server (it’s hard to find players otherwise—also, if that’s all you want, Pokemon Showdown is probably a better choice).

The first item you want to buy (other than some pokeballs) is the EXP Share All. You could be able to get it around the 5th or so Gym depending on your voting and daily streaks. The EXP Share All will greatly reduce grinding which is crucial; you’ll be grinding one set of 6+ Pokemon every region.

If you want to complete a region’s (kinda) Pokedex, it’s best to go route by route using .routeinfo # to see which Pokemon you’ve caught at each. You can start at route 1 and use a False Swipe Pokemon to help you catch each Pokemon along the way. .pokedex is broken and shows Seen Pokemon as Caught, as does the in-battle menu. Only .routeinfo and .pkinfo accurately show you if you’ve caught a Pokemon.

The best way to catch Pokemon is the same was as normal Pokemon: False Swipe to get HP down to 1, Thunder Wave or another Paralysis inflicting move to raise Catch Rate, then spam Pokeballs. Normally more expensive balls would be recommended (and they work here too!), but the price differential plus the relatively miserly amount of money Myuu bot gives you, it’s best to spam normal Pokeballs especially as there are no roaming legendaries etc.

Forms, Dynamax, Gigantimax and Mega Evolutions do not currently exist. To find where to catch a pokemon or evolve a pokemon you want, use .pkinfo, it will show you the Myuu specific way to catch and evolve them.


Eggs and Breeding work much the same was as normal Pokemon, though eggs appear to only hatch by a certain number of battles taking place. This makes Eggs a bit of a pain and EXP drain too (as they steal a party slot for which your EXP Share is useless).

Eggs take dozens of battles (looks like around 100 or more?) to hatch and I strongly recommend avoiding breeding too much, Pokemon can only be used in 1 region’s gym battles anyway and the effort is just not worth it.

Myuu Commands

Text commands can be directly used to skip using the .menu feature. For common actions this can save a lot of time. For clarity, I’ll run through the commands in the way the game presents them through the menu.

Most actions only work on Pokemon in your current team. Pokemon are referred to directly by name unless stored in a box, in which case they’re referred to by their box row/column combination like a1 for the first slot. Only one Pokemon of each species can be in your party, probably due to the refer-by-name thing.


Voting gives you a 1 hour 2x XP boost (reported at the top of the battle screen), a few diamonds and PKC based on your voting streak. It’s best to focus your grinding against wild pokemon in this one hour window! The game is pretty grindy otherwise. I recommend getting an EXP Share All and Lucky Eggs as soon as possible. By Gym 6-8 their cost should be pretty easy to absorb.


All commands related to your current battle team of 6 Pokemon. Use these to prepare for battles.

View your team, levels, and Badge progress. Basically a trainer card.
.mypkinfo <Pokémon>
Check a pokemon on your team for level, moves, stats, IVs/EVs, ability and more information.
.learn <Pokémon> <move>
Learn a new move for a Pokemon. Use .moves <pokemon> to see what’s available.
Move Keys seem to be very rare drops from .route battles.
.swap <position 1>, <position 2>
Example: .swap 1, 2
Swap the order of your Team. Pokemon 1 will always start the battle, so it’s the most important one to keep in mind. The rest don’t matter much as you can call them out manually when switching.
.swapmoves <Pokémon> <position 1> <position 2>
Swap the position of two moves from your Pokémon
.pkname <Pokémon> <nickname>
Nicknames a Pokemon in your team.

.release <pokemon>

Releases a Pokemon on your current team. If your boxes are full and you have lots of duplicates, this will help you save on space if you don’t need the extras.

Battle & Trade

A general battle tip: The AI is not quite Pokemon Tier, and will sometimes use moves that have no effect against the active pokemon. This makes defensive type advantage particularly strong. This is particularly useful against Gyms which have a guaranteed main typing and are relatively difficult.

Kanto Strategy

Your 2x XP will run out after beating Koga (the 5th gym leader), perhaps confusing as it says it ends “up to the 4th”. This makes route 15, the last route before Koga, a very good place to grind your pokemon up to at least level 36-40. Soon after you should be able to afford the EXP Share All, which will reduce the grind burden again and things will be smooth, just save your first 15,000 PKC in Myuu for that.

Note that Lucky Egg works for EXP Share All users too! Each Pokemon requires its own egg, but Pokemon not taking part in the battle get their 50% XP increased by the egg they hold.

If your team is level 40 and not weak to Psychic or Fire, you can leapfrog Sabrina and Blaine’s gyms with the same team after such grinding, minimizing the impact of the reduced XP earned. By route 24 after Blaine, you’ll be earning as much without 2x XP as you were with it!

After beating the 8th gym leader, you actually have to beat them all again to unlock the next region and Route 25. The rematches are extremely difficult with level 50+ pokemon for the first 4 and 60+ mons in the last 4, higher than you can quickly grind to. They also use competitive item and move setups and full teams of 6 pokemon. Expect lots of Life Orbs and Leftovers. If you don’t know what to use, Life Orbs are fairly cheap and very effective on most non-stall pokemon.

The final battle will be against the Champion (you skip the Elite 4 since you do the gym rematches I guess), who has Pokemon level 70+.

Note the ingame Pokedex is broken and treats “seen” as “caught”. The “caught” pokeball indicator will thus show up every time you fight any Pokemon after the first. Check your Box to see if you’ve actually caught something for now.

Not all Pokémon will appear in routes by default. Some are hidden and require certain criteria to be met in order to find them.
Thief confiscates an item during battle, but does NOT yield the item after battle or put it in your bag/held item slot. You can only obtain wild Pokemons’ items by catching them.
Payday does not appear to give extra PKC.
WIP. Below is just the command list ingame. More info later.
1. .route <Number>
Battle a wild Pokémon
2. .battle/unranked @trainer [Number]
Challenge a trainer to a battle
3. .gymbattle
Challenge a gym leader to a battle
4. .trade @trainer (<Pokémon> <Number>)(<Pokémon> <Number>)
Request a trade from a trainer

Move Keys

Move Keys drop very oddly. They appear to only drop during battle when using Moves. You don’t have to win or complete the battle, they seem to drop after either a specific or random number of Moves are used by you.

Since Move Keys are very rare (I got two in my entire trip through Kanto), be very careful when using them. Not all Move Key moves are actually good. Try to set your Pokemon up the best you can without move keys and use them only to fill in critical gaps in your Moves.

Bag and Items

WIP. Below is just the command list ingame. More info later.

1. .bag
Check your bag, where all your items and Pokeballs are stored. The bag holds up to 999 of each item and up to 10 items per “tier” of bag that’s purchased. If your bag is full, see .buybag.
Purchase 10 more item slots in your bag. The price increases every time
Check your PKC (coins) and D (diamonds).
4. .donate
Check the donate page
5. .items [Sorting Option] [Number]
Check the item list
6. .buy <Item> [Number]
Purchase an item
7. .sell <Item> [Number]
Sell an item
8. .give <Pokémon> <Item>
Give an item to a Pokémon in your team
9. .take <Pokémon> [Item]
Take an item from a Pokémon in your team
Fun tip: Enigma Berries are free at least for now. If you have nothing better for your Pokemon to hold, they heal 1/4th HP when hit with a Super Effective move. Jaboca Berries, Mago Berries, and Iapapa Berries, and the Iron Ball are also free. You can even buy 100 at a time.
Items take up bag space however, so the free items come at a price. Use them early on when they’re useful, then sell them (for 0 p) to clear up space.


Manage Pokemon in storage here, just like mainlike pokemon games. You have to buy more boxes once yours are full, but they’re not too expensive.

WIP. Below is just the command list ingame. More info later.

1. .box [Number]
Check your box
2. .buybox
Purchase an additional box
3. .boxpk <Number> <Pokémon position>
Check a Pokémon’s information from your box
4. .boxswap <Number> <Pokémon position>
Store a Pokémon into your box
5. .boxswap <Number> <Pokémon> <Pokémon position>
Send Pokémon to your box and take out at the same time
6. .pkname box <Number> <Nickname>
Add a nickname to your Pokémon
7. .take boxpk <Number> <Pokémon position>
Take an item from a Pokémon in your box
8. .boxrelease <Number> <Pokémon position>
Release a Pokémon from your box
9. .boxmove <Number> <Number> <Pokémon position> <Pokémon position>
Swap Pokémon between boxes

Pokedex (How To Evolve Any Pokemon in Myuu)

Check information on Routes or Pokemon. There is no Pokedex as you’d expect in the game, only a (broken) caught/uncaught listing and individual entries. Any pokemon you’ve seen is instantly registered as ‘caught’.

A better way to tell if you’ve caught a pokemon is to use .routeinfo # which will accurately tell if you’ve caught a pokemon.

WIP. Below is just the command list ingame. More info later.

1. .pkinfo <Pokémon>
Check a Pokémon’s unique information, including how to evolve anything.
2. .routeinfo <Number>
Check which Pokémon can be found in a route
3. .pokedex <Sort option>
Check all Pokémon
4. .pokedex <Pokémon>
Check some general information about a Pokémon
5. .pokedex caught/remain [Number]
Check how many Pokémon you have caught or remain to be caught
6. .moves <Pokémon> [Sort option]
Check a Pokémon’s moves
7. .mvinfo/ability/item/type <Input>
Check some information regarding a move, ability, item or type
8. .natures
Check the effects each nature has


Option 6 from the menu. The Daycare in Myuu, despite the name, is only for breeding eggs. Pokemon placed here will not level up like in mainline Pokemon games.

The ability Flame Body works in Myuu, that is to say Eggs will hatch faster if a Pokemon on your team (not box) has it. However eggs take dozens of battles to hatch and I highly recommend avoiding the daycare, it’s an extremely slow grind that makes normal Pokemon bike-grinding feel like a breeze.


Visually check the daycare for eggs. A little graphic will pop up. If there’s eggs, type .get eggs to collect them.

.raise <pokemon>, <pokemon>

Put two Pokemon into the daycare to breed.

.get eggs

Get any Eggs laid at the daycare.

.get <pokemon>

Remove a Pokemon from the Daycare. There must be an empty slot in your Team. You have to remove both to put in a new pair.


Other commands are somewhat randomly mixed in here, but some are very important. WIP. Below is just the command list ingame. More info later.

1. .fly
Fly to a different region
2. .gift @trainer <Number>
Gift PKC to a trainer
3. .sortbox <Number>
Sort your box
4. .autocorrect
Toggle on/off the in-game auto-correct
5. .notif
Toggle on/off your in-game notifications
6. .privacy
Toggle on/off your in-game privacy
7. .info
Check some general information about Myuu including the timezone
8. .raf
Check your RAF information
9. .skins
Apply a skin to a Pokémon

Unlisted Commands


Get a set of daily tasks to earn coins and diamonds. At least one of them is usually very annoying/difficult.

.rent @user (Pokemon,0)

This will ask the user @ mentioned if you can borrow their (pokemon name), not sure what the zero is. This is a weird feature that’s basically a temporary trade.

Note if your pokemon was holding an item when you rent it out, the item is returned to your bag.


.quests shows your current quests or fetches a new set, you have 24 hours to complete your set of quests. The set always includes referring a friend (extremely difficult and annoying) and voting for the bot, as well as some extremely odd quests. Overall it’s a pretty bad system but a good idea, hopefully the quests are simpler and more logical soon.



Skins can be applied by logging in with your Discord account to this site, which also displays all skins and pokemon that have them. Skins cost a hefty portion of Pokediamonds.

Trainer Skins

Trainer Skins aren’t even mentioned by the bot, but you can view and unlock them here. Many trainers are Diamonds Only, but many are very cheap and only cost 100/1,000/10,000 PKC!

myuu bot change trainer skin

Myuu Setup

Option 8 from the Menu. Only one command.


Shows the actual menu here. There are 4 options, type a number to select the option

  • Set Channel
  • Unset Channel
  • Change Prefix
    • Just changes the command prefix from the default . to whatever you want
      • Even if you change it, the default always works
    • If you have many bots, it’s best to keep a different prefix for each
    • I like to Nickname the bots with their prefix in the name, example Myuu (.menu)
  • View Settings

Myuu Support

Option 9 on the menu, but only one command.

.help or .support

Sends a direct message to you with some basic help information, a link to the official site and Myuu’s Discord Server. Report bugs and issues to the official discord (not here, I make the guide not the bot!). Since you have this guide and I already gave you the two links, you probably don’t need this too much huh.

Myuu Hidden Pokemon

Some Pokemon are hidden and will not show up unless certain conditions are met. They occur randomly on existing routes, but only when the conditions below are true. Note Legendaries are never Hidden Pokemon—only Diamonds can buy legendaries, for several hundred or thousand each.

  • Charmander, Squirtle, Bulbasaur
    • Route 1
    • 10 Referrals (.RAF)
      • Easier to just trade from someone who can breed them, Referrals are incredibly difficult
  •  Meowth
    • Route 6
    • Own 250 PKC
  • Kabuto
    • Route 19
    • Player’s trainer must be female
      • Note you can switch trainer skins at any time to get the other gender’s Pokemon
  • Omanyte 
    • Route 19
    • Player’s trainer must be male
  • Hitmonchan
    • Route 21
    • Female trainer
  • Hitmonlee
    • Route 21
    • Male trainer
  • Porygon
    • Route 21
    • No apparent unlock, just extremely rare? Could use a confirm
  • Aerodactyl
    • Route 24
    • 100 Ranked PVP Wins
      • Ranked means use .battle not .unranked
  • Snorlax
    • Route 25
    • No condition, found normally
  • Cyndaquil, Totodile, Chikorita
    • Route 1
    • 15 RAF
  • Sudowoodo
    • Route 17/19
    • Hold Squirt Bottle (buy from .items)
  • Larvitar
    • Route 24
    • 250 Ranked PVP Wins
  • Pupitar
    • Route 24
    • 350 Ranked PVP Wins
      • Just catch a Larvitar and evolve it
  • Torchi, Mudkip, Treeko
    • Route 1
    • 20 RAF
  • Plusle
    • Route ?
    • Female trainers only
  • Minun
    • Route ?
    • Male trainers only
  • Anorith
    • Route 13
    • Hold Claw Fossil (buy from .items)
  • Lileep
    • Route 13
    • Hold Root Fossil (buy from .items)
  • Solrock, Lunatone
    • Route 15/22
    • Spawns only during the Day/Night respectively
    • See the current time of day with .info
  • Chimchar, Puplup, Turtwig
    • Route 1
    • 25 RAF!
  • Sudowoodo
    • Route 10/11
    • Hold Armor Fossil (buy from .items)
  • Sudowoodo
    • Route 10/11
    • Hold Skull Fossil (buy from .items)
  • Spiritomb
    • Route 13
    • Buy Odd Keystone (350 PKC) and have your Pokemon hold it
  • Gallade
    • Route ?
    • Male trainers only
  • Garchomp
    • Route 25
    • Own both Cynthia Trainer Skins, 20,000 PKC total
    • Just evolve a Gabite…
  • Tepid, Oshawott, Snivy
    • Route 1
    • 30RAF!!
  • Braviary
    • Route ?
    • Male trainer
  • Mandibuzz
    • Route ?
    • Female Trainer

These two Pokemon are hidden, but even the Wiki doesn’t know how to get them:

  • Volcanora
  • Tyrouge

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64 thoughts on “Myuu Guide & Command List”

  1. Hola, una cosa, me pueden poner un ejemplo del comando box swap? Es q quiero cambiar uno de mi equipo y no me deja si ayuda, weedle lo quiero meter en el box, y quiero poner a sandshrew en mi equipo

  2. Use .boxswap for transfer you pokemon in box onto your team slots that are available.

  3. when i use .fly command, it require me to open one spot in my team. idk how to open it. Pls help me.

  4. How do you add skins to your pokemon? When I do .skins pokemon it just shows a picture of a porygon.

    1. You have to have skins first, there’s links in the guide to the skins page, they’re mostly free for trainers but insanely expensive for pokemon

  5. What does w:3 and l:1 means from the .team command that appears on top of trainer

  6. can i let my smeargle learn movs from unranked battles or is it only from wild battles.

  7. How do you swap Pokemon mid battle? I can’t find the command for that anywhere and the usual “.swap 1,2” doesn’t seem to work.

    1. if you mean swap position you cant but if your talking about switching to the other pokemon without having to have the pokemon faint just say the pokemon you want to switch too’s name like for example i have a mega blaziken but i wanna swap to a diffrent pokemon ill type gyarados (no dots) and ill swap hope it helps

    2. Say the Pokemons name. If you have nicknamed it you still call it by the actual pokemon name

    3. say the name of the pokemon in battle
      nut if outside of battle then use swap to choose what go first

    4. you will have to type 5 and then type the name of the pokemon you want to switch to.

  8. I am pretty sure there’s mega evolutions now because when i battle in routes it has the option mega evolve. I don’t know how you’re meant to mega evolve, so please help

    1. Maybe it’s new, I haven’t played since that was a thing. If there are items, I’d assume they’re in the shop with all the rest though. Myuu acts as close as possible to the original games so it’s probably just like that.

    2. You have to buy a mega stone like “.buy charizardite x” or “charizardite y” for charizard and while in battle “7” or “mega” for mega evolution

  9. btw, breeding isn’t actually determined by battles. all eggs hatch after a few hours and commands just increase the speed at which they hatch. Surprisingly, it’s very easy to get a ton of eggs(rn I’m trying for a female bulbasaur, it’s been a day and I already have 4 bulbasaur! Granted, they’re all male so far. wish me luck :)) and this might just be a new update, idk.

      1. oh shinys are real very real so much people have overpowered shiny teams nowadays

    1. yes
      when u see a sparkle beside the pokemon when u do .mypkinfo(pokemon) it means that pokemon is shiny.

  10. You need to trade with another player and Metal Coat, find a friend, give him the Scyther holding the metal coat, and he can just give it back 🙂

  11. i want back my lvl 100 garchomp because it is my best friend,i want to feed him but it disapered!i want my garchomp back pls can someone teach me?

    1. Uhhhhhhhh if you’re talking Myuu I’m not sure what you did but unless you released it, it’s either in your party or in your box, and if you released it that’s on you and no one can do anything.

      If you’re talking PokeCord this is not the right bot and pokecord was permanently shut down by its creator, no one can do anything about that

  12. How to evolve my scyther into scizor i tried .pkinfo scyther but there’s no thing that could tell me how to evolve it?

    1. 99.5% of Myuu evolutions are exactly the same as normal. Scyther evolves just like normal in real pokemon games as does everything else that evolves based on level, friendship, or held items.

  13. To find Porygon, you need a female trainer for Kanto region route 21, but it’s extremely rare.

    1. You use pkinfo to find where to catch and how to evolve absolutely anything. .pkinfo magnezone. Made it a bit more clear in the guide.

    1. What about it? Use .pkinfo (pokemon) to find a pokemon’s info
      Far as I can tell it’s one of the “hidden but no unlock” pokemon, it’s there but just rare. Haven’t bothered to try and catch it since without legendaries it’s not like you can complete the pokedex

    1. if you’re renting something to someone, you can do this:
      .rent @Red (Pidgey,0)
      Keep in mind, the pokemon you’re renting to someone else must be in your current party.
      If you’re planning to rent eachother’s, then something more like:
      .rent @Red (Pidgey,0) (Rattata,0)

      think of it as a temporary trade. You’ll get a menu afterwards where you need to type in a number to represent the amount of hours you’ll be renting something out for. So, just typing in 1, will mean you’ll rent it out for an hour.
      BE CAREFUL. Make sure your pokemon is NOT holding an item when you’re renting it out to someone.
      Happened with a friend of mine. After the 1 hour period was over, we got our pokemon back, but the item that was on it returned to our bag.
      Say you give your pokemon an eviolite before renting it out. After the Rental Period, you’ll get your pokemon back, but the Eviolite will be removed and put into the other person’s bag. Just be mindful of that.

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