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View the Pokémon in your Party, and manage your Journal and Pal Pad.
The Lab is one of two main places to obtain new Pokémon. New Eggs are generated here on a continual basis.
The Shelter is one of two main places to obtain new Pokémon. Eggs bred in users' Daycare and both Pokémon and Eggs other users release go here.
Your PC is where you store all of your extra Pokémon, in separate boxes. You can purchase additional boxes in the Shop.
Explorations are quests on which you can embark for Legendary and other rare Pokémon, and some items.
Trinkets are user-created items, released generally in monthly batches. You can trade, view and manage them here.
Battle AI-controlled NPCs and other users here for experience, points and prizes.
View a list of all users, sorted by any number of criteria, here. This page is useful for mass-clicking other users.
View information regarding Pokémon and eggs you've obtained here, including physical data, evolution info, breeding, stats and rarity, as well as overall completion stats.
Buy and sell items here, in the shop, backroom and prize shop. Pass Powers may also be used here.
Unsure of anything? Our help page most likely contains the answers to your questions!
View various site stats and rankings here.
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Join our Discord server.
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Thank you for helping GirlCalledBob's Tochi grow!
and adopt some Pokémon of your own?
11 years, 2 months
The Pokémon salivates as you reach for the
. Would you like to give her a candy?
Levelled to 100
—Nov. 19th '12 at 11:31 AM
—Aug. 9th '10 at 5:48 AM
—Jul. 29th '10 at 10:07 AM
—Jul. 29th '10 at 6:00 AM
"A Paras has parasitic tochukaso mushrooms growing on its back. They grow by drawing nutrients from the host. They are valued as a medicine for long life."
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