To get Wild Pokémon to appear, you need to create enticing meals. As you go through stages, you'll collect a myriad of different ingredients which, when returned to the base, can be used to create various dishes. These dishes take time to prepare and require Pokémon to return from expeditions for time to pass.
Once the dish is cooked, the wild Pokémon will appear. The better the dish and the better the pot, the higher level the wild Pokémon.
- Normal Pot - Requires 3 of each ingredient
- Bronze Pot - Requires 10 of each ingredient - Lv. 20+
- Silver Pot - Requires 15 of each ingredient - Lv. 40+
- Gold Pot - Requires 20 of each ingredient - Lv. 70+
In addition to that, the quality of the recipe means the rarer the Pokémon. Special dishes have the best chance of getting Rare Pokémon, followed by Very Good and Good. This is done by including the rarer precious ingredients. This then affects how long it takes to cook, with Ambrosia of Legends a la Cube taking one extra turn to cook. The standard ingredients have points of 1, precious ingredients have points of 2, Rainbow Matter have points of 3 and Mystical Shell has points of 2.
|Quality||Ingredient Points||Turns to cook|
The pots will also give a special bonus to the Pokémon's stats so it's always better to use the better pot to get a bonus to make the Pokémon better. This also affects the Pokémon's IVs, with the maximum IV varying depending on the pot
|Pot||Stat Bonus||IV Range|
Evolved Pokémon will not appear through this, only the basic form. As a base chance, you have a 4.3% chance of attracting 2 Pokémon with 1 dish and a 0.5% chance of attracting 3 Pokémon. This can be improved with decorations