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A '''PC''' (Japanese: '''パソコン''' ''personal computer'') is a technology used in all of the [[core series]] [[Pokémon games]]. They are found in every [[Pokémon Center]], as well as in any main character's [[Player's house|bedroom]], in all [[Secret Base]]s in the form of a laptop, and sometimes in other buildings as well. Their primary purpose is for storing {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} and [[item]]s.
 
==AppearanceIn the core series games==
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===Features===
====Pokémon Storage System====
[[File:Bill PC HGSS.png|thumb|The main interface of Bill's PC in {{2v2|HeartGold|SoulSilver}}]]
{{main|Pokémon Storage System}}
Every [[Pokémon Trainer]] is allowed to access a Pokémon Storage System set up by either [[Bill]] in [[Johto]] and [[Kanto]], [[Lanette]] in [[Hoenn]], [[Bebe]] in [[Sinnoh]], [[Amanita]] in [[Unova]], [[Cassius]] in [[Kalos]], or [[Molayne]] in [[Alola]].
 
Until the player meets the regional PC developer, the Pokémon Storage System option will appear as "Someone's PC", while afterwards, it will appear as the developer's PC ("Bill's PC" and so on). The player can withdraw or deposit Pokémon in a number of Boxes, allowing them to own more Pokémon than just the six permitted in their [[party]]. When a Pokémon is {{pkmn2|caught}} but the player's party is full, the Pokémon will be sent directly to the last Box that was accessed on the PC; from Generation III onward, if this Box is full, the Pokémon will be placed in the next free Box; in Generations I and II, the Pokémon cannot be caught in the first place.
 
In [[Generation VII]], the player has the option to switch out a Pokémon from the party and send to the PC when a new Pokémon is obtained.
 
====Pokédex evaluation====
In almost all Pokémon games, the {{player}} can use a PC to have the [[Pokémon Professor]] of that game check the progress of the player's Pokédex. In {{game2|Diamond|Pearl|Platinum}}, the professor that checks the progress of the Pokédex changes from [[Professor Rowan]] to [[Professor Oak]] upon obtaining the [[National Pokédex]]. However, in {{2v2|HeartGold|SoulSilver}}, the Pokégear serves this purpose instead. In [[Pokémon Sun and Moon]], the [[Rotom Pokédex]] evaluates itself.
 
====Item Storage System====
In [[Generation]]s {{gen|I}}, {{gen|II}}, and {{gen|III}}, due to the more limited space of the [[Bag]] when compared to [[Generation IV]] onwards, the player can use their own PC for accessing the '''Item Storage System''' (Japanese: '''どうぐのあずかりシステム''' ''tool storage system''). The system is much simpler than the [[Pokémon Storage System]] as it does not have multiple Boxes for organizing items. Also, unlike the Pokémon Storage System, when an item is found but the Bag is full in the [[core series]] games, it will not automatically be sent to this part of the PC, and instead it cannot be picked up; this also does occur in {{g|Colosseum}} and {{XD}}.
 
[[Mail]] that is taken from a Pokémon will also be stored in the PC in the mailbox, preserving the message.
 
The amount of items that can be deposited is limited though. In [[Generation]]s {{gen|I}}, {{gen|II}}, and {{gen|III}}, a player is only able to store 50 types of items in the PC.
 
In Generations {{gen|I}} and {{gen|III}}, the player starts the game with a [[Potion]] in their PC.
 
In [[Generation IV]], the Item Storage System is no longer necessary since the Bag has nearly unlimited space for all items. Instead, the player's PC manages only [[Mail]], [[Seal]]s, and [[Photography|photos]]{{sup/4|HGSS}}.
 
In [[Generation V]], with the omission of Seals and photos from the games, the PC's only function is to store Mail.
 
In [[Generation VI]], with the removal of Mail, the item storage system is removed from the PC.
 
====Hall of Fame====
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This function only becomes accessible after defeating the [[Elite Four]]. It shows up to 25 records of past victories over the Elite Four. This feature was removed in [[Pokémon Sun and Moon]].
 
====Decorations====
In bedrooms and [[Secret Base]]s, the PC allows the player to manage [[decoration]]s in that room.
 
====Saving====
In {{g|Colosseum}}, PCs also function as [[Saving|save]] points. This feature was removed in {{Pokémon XD}}, which retains the "save anywhere" feature of the core series games.
 
===Networking===
In {{game|FireRed and LeafGreen|s}}, it is shown that PCs require special systems to connect between two distant locations, as shown when [[Celio]] and [[Bill]] had to work together on the {{DL|Pokémon Network Center|Network Machine}} to allow PCs in the [[Sevii Islands]] to be able to connect to mainland [[Kanto]]'s computer network, and later to be able to connect with [[Lanette]] in [[Hoenn]], unlocking the ability to [[trade]] Pokémon with {{game2|Ruby|Sapphire|Emerald}}, as well as {{pkmn|Colosseum}} and {{pkmn|XD: Gale of Darkness|XD}} in [[Orre]].
 
===Glitches===
There are several [[glitch]]es associated with PCs in the Pokémon games.
 
*In the [[Generation I]] games, there is an [[List of glitches in Generation I#Invisible PC|invisible PC]] in the hotel in [[Celadon City]], which appears very similar to a [[Pokémon Center]]. The invisible PC is located where the PC would be in a Pokémon Center.
*In the [[Generation I]] games, seeing certain [[glitch Pokémon]] such as [[MissingNo.]] will [[List of glitches in Generation I#Hall of Fame glitch|corrupt]] the player's [[Hall of Fame]] records.
*Many [[cloning glitches]] are related to the PC.
 
===Gallery===
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====Sprites and Models====
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==Networking==
PCs are networked throughout a region, but require special systems to connect between two faraway regions, as shown when [[Celio]] and [[Bill]] had to work together on the {{DL|Pokémon Network Center|Network Machine}} to allow PCs in the [[Sevii Islands]] to be able to connect to [[Kanto]]'s computer network. While there was no communication issue shown to be present between Kanto and [[Johto]], it is likely that the two regions being adjacent allowed them to form a single network. However, the PC in the [[Sinjoh Ruins]] was shown to connect to the Kanto and Johto network despite not being in either region.
 
==Functionality==Interface====
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===Pokémon Trading Card Game series===
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The computer is available in various places, including the [[Mason Laboratory]], the [[Pokémon Dome]] and all [[Club|Clubs]] in {{ga|Pokémon Trading Card Game}} and [[Pokémon Card GB2: Here Comes Team GR!]].
 
===PokédexIn checking===[[Pokémon Card GB2: Here Comes Team GR!]], the [[Minicom]] is a related device, accessible from the [[menu]].
In almost all Pokémon games, the {{player}} can use a PC to have the [[Pokémon Professor]] of that game check the progress of the player's Pokédex. In {{game2|Diamond|Pearl|Platinum}}, the professor that checks the progress of the Pokédex changes from [[Professor Rowan]] to [[Professor Oak]] upon obtaining the [[National Pokédex]]. However, in {{2v2|HeartGold|SoulSilver}}, the Pokégear serves this purpose instead.
 
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| Card album || カードアルバム || A list of booster packs and their respective cards owned by the player.
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| Read mail || メエルをよむ || In the first game, a list of mail received by Dr. Mason.
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| Deck diagnosis || デッキしんだん || Advice by [[Dr. Mason]] and the number of cards of each type in a deck.
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| Glossary || {{tt|ようごじてん|terminology dictionary}} || A glossary explaining various terms about the Trading Card Game.
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| Print || {{tt|プリントアウト|printout}} || Use the [[Game Boy Printer]] to print decks and cards.
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| Shut down || スイッチをきる || Close the PC.
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[[Mail]]====Card that is taken from a Pokémon will also be stored in the PC in the mailbox, preserving the message.album====
The card album displays a list of the available {{TCG|booster pack|booster packs}}. If the player does not have a certain card, it is not shown. If the player does not have any cards from a booster pack, the booster pack itself is not shown.
 
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This function only becomes accessible after defeating the [[Elite Four]]. It shows up to 25 records of past victories over the Elite Four.
 
===Decorations===There is no official English name for "deck diagnosis" or "deck check"; these terms are fan translations from the Japanese game.
In bedrooms and Secret Bases, the PC has a secondary purpose of managing [[Decoration|decorations]].
 
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==In the anime==
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==Glitches==PCs were also used by [[Paul]] in ''[[DP184|Casting a Paul on Barry!]]'' to get information on {{an|Barry}}'s Pokémon and vice-versa. It was also used by Ash in the same episode to look up info on [[Conway]] and Conway then used it to study {{si|Tobias}}. In addition, [[Nurse Joy]] and many officials for the [[Pokémon League]] are often shown using PCs.
There are numerous [[glitch]]es associated with PCs in various generations of the games.
 
===InvisibleIn PC===the anime, the PCs appear to run {{wp|operating system}}s that are visually similar to {{wp|Mac OS}}.
{{main|List of glitches in Generation I#Invisible PC|List of glitches in Generation I}}
In the [[Generation I]] games, there is an invisible PC in the hotel in [[Celadon City]], which appears very similar to a [[Pokémon Center]]. The invisible PC is located where the PC would be in a Pokémon Center.
 
===HallIn ofthe Fame glitch=TCG==
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Computer Search, a card that features a PC, was introduced as a {{TCG|Trainer card}} in the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game]] during the English Original Series (the Japanese Original Era) in the {{TCG|Base Set}} expansion, and was later reprinted in English in the {{TCG|Base Set 2}} expansion. The card was later reprinted as an {{TCG|Ace Spec card|Ace Spec}} {{TCG|Item card}} during the English Black & White Series (the Japanese BW Era) in the {{TCG|Boundaries Crossed}} expansion.
 
===CloningIt glitches===also appeared in the video game {{ga|Pokémon Trading Card Game}} as part of the {{OBP|Colosseum|GB1}} expansion, and the video game [[Pokémon Card GB2: Here Comes Team GR!]] as part of the {{OBP|Island of Fossil|GB2}} expansion.
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