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Fossil Machine Pixelmon

Welcome to Minedit! In this guide, we will be talking exclusively about the Fossil Machine Pixelmon has to offer in the realm of Minecraft. We’ll be talking about what the machine actually is, what it does, why it’s needed and how we can craft it.

Before we move forward with this guide however, make sure that you brush up on our Pixelmon Wiki guide and get started with learning about some of the basics first.

With that being said, let’s move forward and get started with learning more about the Fossil Machine Pixelmon device.

What Platform Supports This Mod?

If you’re a fan of Minecraft and actually play the game, and have heard of Pixelmon, it’s important to note that not all platforms support this mod.

In fact only one platform supports this mod, and we’ve shared a simple list showing this below:

PLATFORM SUPPORTED
Java Edition (PC/Mac) Java Edition (PC/Mac) Yes
Pocket Edition (PE) Pocket Edition (PE) No
Xbox 360 Xbox 360 No
Xbox One Xbox One No
PS3 PS3 No
PS4 PS4 No
Wii U Wii U No
Nintendo Switch Nintendo Switch No
Windows 10 Edition Windows 10 Edition No
Education Edition Education Edition No

Keep in mind that if you ever red about something called the Bedrock Edition, that this is just a new name Minecraft and Microsoft came up with in order to describe the Pocket Edition, Xbox One Edition, Nintendo Switch Edition, Windows 10 Edition and the Education Edition.

What Is A Fossil Machine Pixelmon?

Well, first of all, a fossil machine is exactly what it has been ever since the Pokemon franchise started using it in the first generation show and games. It will essentially allow you to extract DNA from fossils in order to revive an ancient Pokemon, one of 9 to be precise.

What Parts Do I need To Craft This Machine?

You need a total of 4 different parts in order to build a Fossil Machine Pixelmon:

  • A Fossil Machine Top
  • A Fossil Machine Tank
  • A Fossil Machine Base
  • A Fossil Machine Display

First, you have to build each separate item as shown down below:

Next, you have to take every single one of these crafted items, and place them in the following order in order to properly build the Fossil Machine Pixelmon.

You place the Top in the middle top box, the tank in the middle middle box and the base in the bottom middle box. You then have the display left to place on the right hand side next to the tank, which will then

How To Use A Fossil Machine Pixelmon?

In order to use the machine, you have to right click on it while having your character hold an actual fossil. Keep in mind that before you can take this step, you have to place a fossil into a fossil cleaner first. You will not be able to use the fossil machine unless the fossil has been cleaned.

Once you have a cleaned fossil, and you have it placed in the machine, you’ll notice a progress bar that will slowly start to move along with having your fossil be dissolved slowly.

Once the fossil is completely gone, you will start to notice that the Pokemon whose DNA was in the fossil will start to grow inside the tank.

The moment your progress bar has reached 100%, the Pokemon will stop growing and you have to place a poke ball inside the machine. You do this by holding the poke ball you’d like to place inside, while right clicking on the machine.

Once this process is completed, the Pokemon will have jumped into the Pokemon, and you can retrieve the Pokeball from the fossil machine.

Now, you’ll have the fossil Pokemon inside your poke ball at level 1.

How Many Blocks Does The Fossil Machine Pixelmon Take?

The machine will take up about 27 texture blocks. Keep in mind that after you’ve used the machine, you can simply break it down using a pickaxe, and you can obtain it again and move forward with your adventure until you’re ready to use it again.

Final Words

Have fun using this fossil machine pixelmon device. It’ll be rare to find fossils, but they are findable. You may just have to be patience until you actually find one, but in the meantime this is how to craft one.

If you’ve already found a fossil and are trying to figure out what to do with it, this is it! Make sure you’ve cleaned the fossil first!

The Minedit Team