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The Safari Zone is a place that houses a variety of different biomes next to and near each other, thought as a way for players to catch certain specific Pokémon more quickly and easily.
 
The Safari Zone is a place that houses a variety of different biomes next to and near each other, thought as a way for players to catch certain specific Pokémon more quickly and easily.
 
==General==
 
==General==

Latest revision as of 13:43, 26 August 2020

The Safari Zone and its core section, all built by Domino.

The Safari Zone is a place that houses a variety of different biomes next to and near each other, thought as a way for players to catch certain specific Pokémon more quickly and easily.

General

The Safari Entrance, with a passway that leads to the Safari Zone itself.

The main feature of the Safari Zone is, once again, the closeness of each biome in relation to each other, which lets the player access a diverse spectrum of locations with different Pokémon spawns (including legendary and mythical Pokémon). As it is located in another custom dimension, the Safari’s time does not match the Overworld’s time, useful to play with different times for trying to find certain Pokémon.. Besides the biome spectrum core, the Safari Zone has, as side features, nine NPC Trainers all through the different biomes and different kinds of PokéLoot available to collect (Poké Ball, Ultra Ball and Master Ball PokéLoot).

Requirements

In order to access the Safari Zone, the player must have purchased the membership (for more information on how to get the Member rank, you can visit the Ranks article); otherwise, they will not be able to make use of this feature.

Biome List

Although not housing the totality of biomes available in Minecraft and Pixelmon, the Safari Zone covers some useful and core biomes with the most variety and longest pool of possible Pokémon spawns. You can find the biome list contained in the Safari down below:

  • Taiga.
    • Mega Taiga.
    • Redwood Taiga Hills M.
  • Beach.
    • Cold Beach.
  • Plains.
    • Sunflower Plains.
  • Ocean.
    • Deep Ocean.
  • Forest.
    • Birch Forest.
  • Mushroom Island.
  • Desert.
    • Desert Hills.
  • Savanna.
    • Savanna Plateau M.
  • Mesa.
    • Mesa Plateau F M.
  • Swampland.
  • Extreme Hills.
    • Extreme Hills+.
  • Jungle.
    • Jungle M.
  • River.
    • Frozen River.
  • Ice Plains Spikes.
  • Ice Mountains.
  • Cold Taiga.
    • Cold Taiga M.
  • Hell.

Safari Trainers

As an alternative method to make some extra money, the Safari Zone is equipped with eight normal NPC Trainers (labeled as Safari Trainers) and one boss-kind of NPC Trainer (labeled as Safari Master). Information for each one of them, including teams and rewards, can be found in the following sections:

Beach Safari Trainer

Beach Safari Trainer
  • Team:
Pokémon Type(s) Level
Kingdra.png
Kingdra
Water/Dragon Equal
Clawitzer.png
Clawitzer
Water Equal
Alolan Exeggutor.png
Alolan Exeggutor
Grass/Psychic Equal
  • Rewards: $250 ResortCASH.

Desert Safari Trainer

Desert Safari Trainer
  • Team:
Pokémon Type(s) Level
Conkeldurr.png
Conkeldurr
Fighting Equal
Claydol.png
Claydol
Ground/Psychic Equal
Shiny Flygon.png
Flygon (Shiny)
Ground/Dragon Equal
  • Rewards: $250 ResortCASH.

Mesa Safari Trainer

Mesa Safari Trainer
  • Team:
Pokémon Type(s) Level
Charizard.png
Charizard
Fire/Flying Equal
Rhydon.png
Rhydon
Ground/Rock Equal
Steelix.png
Steelix
Steel/Ground Equal
  • Rewards: $250 ResortCASH.

Jungle Safari Trainer

Jungle Safari Trainer
  • Team:
Pokémon Type(s) Level
Mankey.png
Mankey
Fighting Equal
Ferrothorn.png
Ferrothorn
Grass/Steel Equal
Amoonguss.png
Amoonguss
Grass/Poison Equal
  • Rewards: $250 ResortCASH.

Ice Mountains Safari Trainer

Ice Mountains Safari Trainer
  • Team:
Pokémon Type(s) Level
Beartic.png
Beartic
Ice Equal
Shiny Gardevoir.png
Gardevoir (Shiny)
Psychic/Fairy Equal
Piloswine.png
Piloswine
Ice/Ground Equal
  • Rewards: $250 ResortCASH.

Extreme Hills Safari Trainer

Extreme Hills Safari Trainer
  • Team:
Pokémon Type(s) Level
Rhydon.png
Rhydon
Ground/Rock Equal
Shiny Male Meowstic.png
Male Meowstic (Shiny)
Psychic Equal
Absol.png
Absol
Dark Equal
  • Rewards: $250 ResortCASH.

Taiga Safari Trainer

Taiga Safari Trainer
  • Team:
Pokémon Type(s) Level
Shiny Pelipper.png
Pelipper (Shiny)
Water/Flying Equal
Gogoat.png
Gogoat
Grass Equal
Chesnaught.png
Chesnaught
Grass/Fighting Equal
  • Rewards: $250 ResortCASH.

Mushroom Island Safari Trainer

Mushroom Island Safari Trainer
  • Team:
Pokémon Type(s) Level
Shiny Breloom.png
Breloom (Shiny)
Grass/Fighting Equal
Heracross.png
Heracross
Bug/Fighting Equal
Toucannon.png
Toucannon
Normal/Flying Equal
  • Rewards: $250 ResortCASH.

Volcano Safari Master

Volcano Safari Master
  • Team:
Pokémon Type(s) Level
Infernape.png
Infernape
Fire/Fighting Equal
Houndoom.png
Houndoom
Dark/Fire Equal
Charizard-Mega-X.png
Mega Charizard X
Fire/Dragon Equal
Torkoal.png
Torkoal
Fire Equal
Shiny Victini.png
Victini (Shiny)
Psychic/Fire Equal
Rotom-Heat.png
Rotom-Heat
Electric/Fire Equal
  • Rewards: $1,000 ResortCASH.

PokéLoot

A Master Ball PokeLoot.

Around and all through the Safari Zone, there are 24 PokéLoot chests distributed in furtive and intricate spots. They look like Poké Balls, Ultra Balls and Master Balls, and their loot can only be claimed once. The item will depend on the rarity of the PokéLoot, being selected randomly for a tiered pool of possible items.

Trivia

  • Some of the Safari Trainers wear the skin of staff members, them being the Jungle Safari Trainer (Ceboo, Sr. Mod), the Ice Mountains Safari Trainer (Zeot, CEO), the Extreme Hills Safari Trainer (GrayAlpha/Jules, Sr. Mod) and the Mushroom Island Safari Trainer (TheFarsythe, Executive).