The Inventory is found on the Farm page of the site. Here, the user can find all of their items, with the exception of Accessories. All items are sorted by their corresponding category in the inventory. A category will not appear unless the user possesses an item that belongs to the category.
You can now search for items in your inventory. This applies both to the Farm Page and to the "Give Item" menu choice. It will also be used in the Trade Centre.
The item search will search anywhere in the item's name, so they will find "Thunder Fang" and also "Death Wing" and "Thunder Feather".
It also supports Regular Expressions for any nerds out there. For a very basic run-down: ^th will match items starting with "th" th$ will match items ending with "th" (eg. DeepSeaTooth) .* matches zero-or-more of anything (optional wildcard) .+ matches one-or-more of anything (required wildcard)
The categories are as follows:
- 1 Account Upgrades
- 2 Evolution Stones
- 3 Evolution Items
- 4 Special Evolution Items
- 5 Plates
- 6 Forme-Change Items
- 7 Summon Items
- 8 Mega Stones
- 9 Training Bags
- 10 Incense
- 11 Consumables
- 12 Pokéblocks
- 13 Z-Crystals
- 14 Gems
- 15 Fishing Gear
- 16 Berries
- 17 Mulch
- 18 Boxes
- 19 Treasure
- 20 Event Items
- 21 Key Items
- 22 References
For more detailed information, please visit Account Upgrades.
These are items that "upgrade" the experience on the site and give bonuses, or more abilities. All users are given the Shelter Pass C, a member of this category, after completing part of the Tutorial. Other Upgrades can be purchased with Gold Poké.
For more detailed information, please visit Evolution Stones.
Evolution Stones behave similarly to the same items in the Pokémon games. These are items that allow Pokémon to evolve (with the user's permission) by holding the stone. However, only certain Pokémon will evolve with the help of these items, with each Evolution using a specific evolution stone.
Notable examples of this category are the Fire Stone and Thunder Stone.
For more detailed information, please visit Evolution Items.
Evolution Items behave similarly to Evolution Stones, as they need to be held by specific Pokémon in order for evolution to occur. However, they are different in that they only function via Trade Evolution.
Examples of this category include the Reaper Cloth and Up-Grade.
Special Evolution Items
For more detailed information, please visit Special Evolution Items.
Special Evolution Items work like other Evolution Items, but are used in PokéFarm Q to compensate for evolution mechanics that are not present in PokéFarm Q.
Examples include the Move Orbs, which compensate for the lack of Battle Moves in Pokéfarm Q.
The Everstone is also present in this category, which prevents a Pokémon from evolving when held.
Plates are rare items that can be used to change Arceus' forme and type. Silvally's Memories, which change Silvally's forme and type, are also located here.
For more detailed information, please visit Forme-Change Items.
Forme-Change Items are used to change a Pokémon's forme. A Pokémon may have more than one forme, but a Forme-Change Item can only be used by the Pokémon it belongs to.
For more detailed information, please visit Summon Items.
Summon Items allow the user to summon a Legendary Pokémon, provided that the conditions are met.
For more detailed information, please visit Mega Stones.
Mega Stones are unique held items to be given to specific Pokémon, unlocking Mega Evolutions.
For more detailed information, please visit Training Bags.
Training Bags are items that raise the EVs of Pokémon or have other special effects when used in the Dojo.
For more detailed information, please visit Incense.
Incense is used to breed Baby Pokémon.
For more detailed information, please visit Consumables.
As the name suggests, Consumables are single-use items with some type of effect. The effect is determined by the Consumable used and can differ greatly.
For more detailed information, please visit Pokéblocks.
Pokéblocks are a type of consumable used to boost the various contest stats of Pokémon.
For more detailed information, please visit Z-Crystals.
For more detailed information, please visit Gems.
Gems are items that cannot be purchased but are obtained via hatching Eggs. There are 18 Gem types, each one signifying a Pokémon type. A Pokémon can only produce Gems of its type when hatched.
As of 15 July 2016, Gems no longer have a "random chance" of being given when hatching an Egg, but instead, a Gem will be obtained every time an Egg is hatched.
When Ravyne's Bonus Counter is active, there will be a multiplier for the number of Gems received from an Egg.
For more detailed information, please visit Fishing Gear.
Fishing Gear can be bought from the Fishing Hut for credits, and are a necessity for any and all fishing enthusiasts on PokéFarm Q.
For more detailed information, please visit Berries.
This category is in fact split into four tabs: Common Berries, Berries, Rare Berries, Special Berries. The differences in these categories are unknown as of yet, with the exception of their value. Each of these berries may be planted in the Berry Garden.
For more detailed information, please visit Mulch.
These items that can be bought are used to affect Berries in the Berry Garden. Each Mulch has differing effects from the others.
For more detailed information, please visit Boxes.
Boxes are items that can only be found by scouring. They are random drops, and their contents are similarly random. They can contain a variety of items, from Berries to Gold Poké to Summon Items to nothing at all.
For more detailed information, please visit Treasure.
For more detailed information, please visit Event Items.
Event Items are items that were obtained and used during certain Site Events. They serve no purpose outside of their respective Events.
For more detailed information, please visit Key Items.
These are items that allow the user access to certain features and include the PokéDex and Farm Key. Several of these items are received via progressing through the tutorial.
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