Your Pokemon Quest Base Camp is the place that you will use to conduct all of your operations in the game.
It has 2 primary purposes that are cooking and decorating. Both of them are quintessential to your progress and thus, this Pokemon Quest Base Camp Guide will help you with both.
Our Pokemon Quest Base Camp Guide will tell you what you can do in your base camp and will tell you how to get the most out of it.
Pokemon Quest Base Camp
Cooking will allow you to attract Pokemon to your new camp. You can open the cooking interface by clicking on the black pot that can be found in your camp.
Then, you can consult our Pokemon Quest Cooking Guide to see which Pokemon you can attract after cooking certain things. Your meals complete after a few Expeditions and then new Pokemon are added to your party.
Decorating allows you to spend PM Tickets to get decorations. These decorations then net you certain benefits.
Let us go ahead and take a look at the decorations, what they cost and what they net:
Get one more battery charge for 700 Tickets.
You get more recycled ingredients for 100 Tickets.
Move learning rate increases by 1.5 for 200 Tickets.
Costs 50 Tickets to increase gray ingredient drop size by 1.5.
Costs 700 Tickets and move learning training success is doubled.
Costs 50 Tickets to increase yellow ingredient drop size by 1.5
Costs 300 Tickets to increase gray ingredient drop size by 2.
Costs 300 Tickets to increase yellow ingredient drop size by 2.
Victreebel Golf Bag
200 Tickets will allow you to get a multi-socket ball more often.
Costs 200 Tickets and increases size of red ingredient drops by 2.
Spend 400 Tickets to double the ingredients received from recycling.
Costs 50 Tickets and increases size of blue ingredient drops by 1.5
Costs 300 Tickets and increases the blue ingredient drops size by 2.
Costs 50 Tickets and increases the size of red ingredient drops by 1.5
For 500 Tickets, experience received from level-up training doubles.
Spend 400 Tickets to increase the chance of attracting multiple Pokemon with cooking.
That is all we have for our Pokemon Quest Base Camp Guide. Let us know if we missed something using the comments section below!