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How to make a Pokeball Banner in Minecraft | Pink Army

How to make a Pokeball Banner in Minecraft

This Minecraft tutorial explains how to craft a pokeball banner with screenshots and step-by-step instructions.

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In a few short steps, it is easy to make a pokeball banner in Minecraft. This is a great way to bring some of the magic of Pokemon Go into your Minecraft world. You can use the pokemon banner as a flag or you can decorate a shield with it.

pokeball banner

Let’s explore how to make a pokeball banner.

Supported Platforms

A pokeball banner is available in the following versions of Minecraft:

PlatformSupported (Version*) Java Edition (PC/Mac) Java Edition (PC/Mac)Yes (1.8) Pocket Edition (PE) Pocket Edition (PE)Yes (1.2) Xbox 360 Xbox 360Yes (TU43) Xbox One Xbox OneYes (CU33) PS3 PS3Yes (1.36) PS4 PS4Yes (1.36) Wii U Wii UYes (Patch 13) Nintendo Switch Nintendo SwitchYes Windows 10 Edition Windows 10 EditionYes (1.2) Education Edition Education EditionYes (1.0.21)

* The version that it was added or removed, if applicable. NOTE: Pocket Edition (PE), Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, and Windows 10 Edition are now called Bedrock Edition. We will continue to show them individually for version history.

Required Materials to make a Pokeball Banner

In Minecraft, these are the materials you can use to craft a pokeball banner:

How to craft a Pokeball Banner

1. Open the Loom Menu

First, open your Loom so that you have a Loom menu that looks like this:

loom menu

There are 3 slots in the Loom menu so that you can add a banner, a dye and an optional banner pattern.

2. Complete the 1st Pattern of Red Per Fess

Complete the first pattern by placing 1 white banner and 1 red dye in the loom and then selecting the Per Fess option from the list of patterns available (use the scroll bar to see all of the pattern options):

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Crafting recipe for pokeball banner

This will add the Red Per Fess pattern to the white banner. Move the completed banner to your inventory.

3. Complete the 2nd Pattern of Black Lozenge

Next, complete the second pattern by placing the banner from Step #2 and 1 black dye in the loom and then selecting the Lozenge option from the list of patterns available (use the scroll bar to see all of the pattern options):

Crafting recipe for pokeball banner

This will add the Black Lozenge pattern to the banner. Move the completed banner to your inventory.

4. Complete the 3rd Pattern of Red Chief

Next, complete the third pattern by placing the banner from Step #3 and 1 red dye in the loom and then selecting the Chief option from the list of patterns available:

Crafting recipe for pokeball banner

This will add the Red Chief pattern to the banner. Move the completed banner to your inventory.

5. Complete the 4th Pattern of White Base

Next, complete the fourth pattern by placing the banner from Step #4 and 1 white dye in the loom and then selecting the Base option from the list of patterns available:

Crafting recipe for pokeball banner

This will add the White Base pattern to the banner. Move the completed banner to your inventory.

6. Complete the 5th Pattern of Black Fess

Next, complete the fifth pattern by placing the banner from Step #5 and 1 black dye in the loom and then selecting the Fess option from the list of patterns available:

Crafting recipe for pokeball banner

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This will add the Black Fess pattern to the banner. Move the completed banner to your inventory.

7. Complete the 6th Pattern of White Roundel

Next, complete the sixth pattern by placing the banner from Step #6 and 1 white dye in the loom and then selecting the Roundel option from the list of patterns available (use the scroll bar to see all of the pattern options):

Crafting recipe for pokeball banner

This will add the White Roundel pattern to the banner.

If you hover over the banner, you will see the patterns that have been added the white banner.

Crafting recipe for pokeball banner

To make the pokeball banner, 6 patterns have been added to the white banner: Red Per Fess, Black Lozenge, Red Chief, White Base, Black Fess and White Roundel.

8. Move the Pokeball Banner to Inventory

Now that the pokeball banner is done, you need to move it to your inventory.

Completed pokeball banner

Congratulations, you have made a pokeball banner in Minecraft!

Things to Make with Pokeball Banners

You can use pokeball banners to make items in Minecraft such as:

Things to Do with Pokeball Banners

Here are some activities that you can do with pokeball banners in Minecraft:

Other Banners

Check out these other types of banners that you can make in Minecraft:

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