Pixelmon, a popular mod that allows Minecraft users to capture various Pocket Monsters in the familiar space of a Minecraft Seed, is a hybrid of Pokemon and Minecraft.
Minecraft players must assemble Pokeballs before they can go out to catch Pokemon. This is done by joining a Pokeball lid and an aluminum base together using the crafting menu. The only thing aspiring trainers can do is to watch their Pokemon play in the natural environment.
After players have gotten their gear, they can go into Minecraft and start searching for Pokemon. If players aren't too picky, it shouldn't take long to find them. Pokemon can spawn in many different locations as mobs.
Simply put, Pixelmon Pokemon are all over the globe and spawn in the same way as standard mobs. Pixelmon, however, deactivates all mobs in Minecraft by default to avoid any game-breaking conflicts.
Players should keep this in mind when exploring their country. Some Pokemon only spawn in certain biomes or at specific times of the day (separated from day, night and dusk).
Some Pokemon are not possible to obtain by spawning in a Minecraft world. They require that players perform certain actions or meet specific requirements to be able to spot them.
Legendary Pokemon like Lugia or HooOh from Pokemon Silver or Gold don't spawn normally. Instead, players must place the Clear or Tidal Bell respectively to trigger the tiny chance that the appropriate Pokemon will appear. (Lugia, Ho-Oh, and Ho-Oh have a 1% chance of appearing if their bells were placed).
Fossil Pokemon like Kabuto and Aerodactyl are also available. To resurrect these ancient Pokemon, a Minecraft player must first acquire the fossil from a block. Then, a Fossil Cleaner is used to clean it. The machine can be equipped with a Pokeball, which gives players the ability to obtain a level 1 Fossil Pokemon.
Many Pokemon that evolved from older Pokemon are not available in the wild. Minecraft players must evolve them in order to get them.
It is worth noting that the Pokemon Porygon is made from Porygon pieces randomly obtained from crafting PCs and healers. Because it doesn't normally spawn in nature, trainers can create a Porygon once they have all the necessary parts (head and body, tail and leg).