Pokémon Home is the new storage, trading and transfer system for all Pokémon games from Nintendo. If you’re playing any relatively modern version of the iconic RPG franchise, you could well get some use out of Pokémon Home. You can connect it to your Pokémon Bank, Pokémon Go, Pokémon Let’s Go Eevee or Let’s Go Pikachu, and Pokémon Sword and Shield. Once that’s done, you unlock a wealth of new features and expanded support. One of the new features is the wonder box, here’s a guide on how to use the wonder box in Pokémon Home.
The wonder box is basically a trophy case for your entire Pokémon collection. Players can handpick the team members from their banks or game rosters and put them on display here for anyone to see. To access it, you will need and an iOS or Android device though. There is a premium subscription as well, which runs anywhere from $2.99 a month to $15.99 a year.
With the wonder box, you can store any monster indefinitely. Free users have access to three wonder boxes, and premium users have access to 10 with which to store their monster pals. The cool thing is though, that it also has a sort of prize mechanic to it.
The Wonder Box is a new feature in Pokémon on the mobile version of Pokémon Home. You can dump Pokémon into it to exchange them for other random Pokémon from trainers across the world. Think of it as a random loot box for Pokémon Home.
And if you’re the more visual type of learner, here’s a video guide on how to use the wonder box in Pokémon Home: