All Cafe Skills and What They Do in Pokémon Cafe ReMix

All of the little barista Pokémon's clearing powers

Cafe Skills are possibly the greatest help when you’re trying to complete orders in Pokémon Cafe ReMix. Some staff Pokémon have better skills than others, so if you ever wondered what they are, take a look at every Cafe Skill and their effects in Pokémon Cafe ReMix.

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All Cafe Skills and Effects in Pokemon Cafe ReMix

The Cafe Skill gauge fills up the longer the Pokémon icon chains you make are. Each time it fills completely, a Cafe Skill icon will appear. You can choose to use it immediately or wait to make two of them to power up the Pokémon’s Skill and, therefore, make it clear a bigger area. Some of them are pretty standard, but others can be the decisive move to whether you get those three stars on your order.

  • Absol: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks in a square-shaped area to the right.
  • Alcremie: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks above.
  • Alolan Exeggutor: Clears Pokémon and gimmicks in an upside-down “T” shape, with the vertical part being way longer than the others, making a reference to the Pokémon’s body.
  • Alolan Ninetales: Clears Pokémon and gimmicks above in a fan shape
  • Alolan Raichu: Clears Pokémon and gimmicks in a small horizontal area below where the skill is activated
  • Alolan Vulpix: Clears Pokémon and gimmicks in a moderate circular area and then activates three megaphones
  • Altaria: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks on either side and above and replaces surrounding icons with the ones of the most abundant Pokémon.
  • Audino: Replaces Pokémon icons in a ring shape with megaphones and sets them off.
  • Bellossom: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks above, then creates some megaphones below and sets them off.
  • Bewear: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks to either side twice. The section it clears changes every time you use the skill.
  • Braixen: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks to the left.
  • Buizel: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks diagonally.
  • Bulbasaur: Clears icons and gimmicks in an X pattern, then replaces surrounding icons with the most abundant Pokémon icons.
  • Celebi: Replaces many Pokémon icons with megaphones twice and sets them off.
  • Chandelure: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks above.
  • Chansey: Clears surrounding icons and gimmicks two times. The section it clears the second time changes every time you use the skill.
  • Charizard: Clears (Burns) all Pokémon and gimmicks to the left in a conical shape
  • Charmander: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks to the right.
  • Chimchar: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks above and below, replacing surrounding icons with the most abundant Pokémon icons.
  • Corsola: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks on either side.
  • Cosmog: Clears surrounding Pokémon icons and gimmicks, then replaces Pokémon icons diagonally up on either side with the most abundant Pokémon.
  • Cyndaquil: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks above in a square-shaped area.
  • Dialga: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks above.
  • Diancie: Clears icons and gimmicks above and below, then replaces surrounding icons with icons of the leader Pokémon.
  • Ditto: Clears surrounding Pokémon Icons and Gimmicks. Ditto can transform into Pikachu, Eevee, and Dragonite and copy their Café Skill, too.
  • Dragonite: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks to the right.
  • Drakloak: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks in a “V” pattern, and replaces a few Pokémon icons above with down-facing megaphones, and sets them off.
  • Eevee: Clears surrounding Pokémon icons and gimmicks
  • Electrode: “Explodes” three times in a row, clearing surrounding Pokémon and gimmicks.
  • Emolga: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks in a “Y” shape.
  • Espurr: Clears surrounding Pokémon icons and gimmicks, replaces a few Pokémon icons on either side with megaphones, and then sets them off.
  • Exeggutor: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks to either side and above.
  • Farfetch’d: Clears Pokémon and gimmicks in an upside-down “T” shape and then transforms the surrounding Pokémon into the most abundant one.
  • Fidough: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks to the lower right and lower left.
  • Flareon: Clears a few Pokémon icons and gimmicks around and to the left, then replaces a few surrounding icons with megaphones and makes them go off.
  • Froslass: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks both above and below.
  • Fuecoco: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks below.
  • Furret: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks to the left.
  • Garchomp: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks diagonally twice, forming an x, like slashing.
  • Gardevoir: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks diagonally, in slightly conical shapes.
  • Gengar: Clears Pokémon and gimmicks in an X pattern, then sets off megaphones created in place of other surrounding icons.
  • Gogoat: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks below to either side.
  • Goomy: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks above in two columns.
  • Gothorita: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks above.
  • Greedent: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks below.
  • Greninja: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks on either side.
  • Grookey: Clears icons and gimmicks to the right and replaces very few Pokémon icons with megaphones
  • Growlithe: Clears Pokémon and gimmicks in a large, tall area to the left
  • Gyarados: Clears Pokémon and gimmicks horizontally from where it’s activated
  • Hattrem: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks to the lower right and lower left.
  • Hisuian Sneasel: Pokémon icons and gimmicks in two separate rows to the right.
  • Hisuian Typhlosion: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks below on either side, then replaces surrounding Pokémon icons with the most abundant Pokémon icons.
  • Hisuian Zorua: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks in an inverted Y pattern, then replaces surrounding Pokémon icons with the most abundant Pokémon icons.
  • Ho-Oh: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks diagonally, from top left to bottom right.
  • Hoopa: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks in two separate ring shapes. The section changes each time you use the skill.
  • Inteleon: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks to the right, then replaces Pokémon icons to the right with icons of the most abundant Pokémon.
  • Jigglypuff: Clears surrounding icons and gimmicks, then replaces surrounding icons with the most abundant Pokémon icons.
  • Jirachi: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks in a star shape.
  • Jolteon: lears Pokémon icons and gimmicks below and in a zigzag pattern. When Powered up, it does it twice.
  • Kirlia: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks diagonally
  • Koraidon: Clears surrounding Pokémon icons and gimmicks, and replaces a few Pokémon icons on either side with megaphones, and sets them off.
  • Latias: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks in an inverted triangle, then solves gimmicks by two stages. It also replaces a horizontal line of icons with a few megaphones pointing right.
  • Latios: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks in an inverted triangle, then solves gimmicks by two stages. It also replaces a horizontal line of icons with a few megaphones pointing left.
  • Lechonk: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks below, then replaces surrounding Pokémon icons with icons of the most abundant Pokémon.
  • Lilligant: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks to either side, then replaces surrounding Pokémon icons with icons of the most abundant Pokémon.
  • Litten: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks to either side and above.
  • Litwick: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks on a surrounding area and above.
  • Lucario: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks in a “+” shape.
  • Ludicolo: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks to either side, replaces many icons with megaphones, and sets them off.
  • Machoke: clears items wide range horizontally and then two below
  • Magikarp: Clears Pokémon and gimmicks in a large rectangular-shaped area above where it’s activated.
  • Mashtomp: Clears surrounding icons and gimmicks and those above and replaces surrounding icons with icons of the most abundant Pokémon.
  • Mawile: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks on the lower left in a fan shape.
  • Meowscarada: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks to either side and above.
  • Meowth: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks in a block to the left.
  • Mew: Clears surrounding Pokémon icons and gimmicks.
  • Mewtwo: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks to the right
  • Mimikyu: Clears icons and gimmicks to the upper left, lower right, and diagonally. Then replaces icons with the leader Pokémon
  • Minccino: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks to the left.
  • Minum: Clears icons and gimmicks in a “-” pattern and replaces surrounding icons with icons of the most abundant Pokémon.
  • Mismagius: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks in a ring shape
  • Munchlax: Clears surrounding icons and gimmicks, then sets off megaphones created in place of other surrounding icons.
  • Oshawott: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks on either side and below.
  • Pachirisu: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks on either side.
  • Palkia: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks below.
  • Pancham: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks diagonally
  • Pawmo: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks to either side.
  • Pichu: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks above in a zigzag pattern. When Powered up the zigzag shape becomes bigger.
  • Pikachu: Clears surrounding icons and those above and replaces surrounding icons with icons of the most abundant Pokémon
  • Piplup: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks vertically in two separate columns on either side.
  • Plusle: Clears icons and gimmicks in a “+” pattern and replaces surrounding icons with icons of the most abundant Pokémon.
  • Porygon2: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks around, then replaces Pokémon icons with some megaphones and icons of the most abundant Pokémon. The section it clears and replaces changes every time you use the skill.
  • Psyduck: clears Pokémon and gimmicks in a large area diagonally and then activates the megaphones it creates.
  • Quagsire: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks above and in the surrounding area.
  • Quaxly: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks above.
  • Ribombee: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks diagonally, then replaces surrounding icons with icons of the most abundant Pokémon.
  • Rowlet: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks to the right.
  • Scizor: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks to the right.
  • Scorbunny: Clears icons and gimmicks to the left, and replaces very few Pokémon icons with megaphones.
  • Scraggy: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks below two times in a row.
  • Scream Tail: Clears surrounding Pokémon icons and gimmicks, then replaces a few Pokémon icons with megaphones.
  • Shaymin: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks to the left.
  • Slowpoke: Clears Pokémon and gimmicks in a 90-degree shape (left and down) and then transforms the surrounding Pokémon into the most abundant one.
  • Slurpuff: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks above.
  • Sneasel: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks to the left.
  • Snivy: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks below.
  • Snorlax: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks below.
  • Snubull: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks below.
  • Sobble: Clears icons and gimmicks below, and replaces very few Pokémon icons with megaphones
  • Spheal: Clears surrounding Pokémon icons and gimmicks, then replaces Pokémon icons below with icons of your leader Pokémon.
  • Sprigatito: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks above.
  • Squirtle: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks to the right in a fan shape.
  • Starly: Clears surrounding icons and gimmicks, then sets off megaphones created in place of other icons above and below.
  • Steenee: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks above.
  • Stoutland: Clears icons and gimmicks below, replaces very few surrounding Pokémon icons with megaphones and sets them off.
  • Sudowoodo: Clears icons and gimmicks to the upper right and left, and replaces surrounding icons with icons of the most abundant Pokémon.
  • Sylveon: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks above and below, in a rectangular shape.
  • Tatsugiri (all forms): Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks to either side, then replaces Pokémon icons above with icons of the most abundant Pokémon.
  • Teddiursa: Clears surrounding Pokémon icons and gimmicks, then replaces diagonal Pokémon icons with the most abundant Pokémon.
  • Tinkaton: Clears surrounding icons and gimmicks and replaces a few Pokémon icons with megaphones, then sets them off.
  • Togepi: Clears surrounding icons and gimmicks, then replaces icons to either side with icons of the most abundant Pokémon.
  • Torterra: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks below, and replaces icons above with icons of the most abundant Pokémon.
  • Toucannon: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks to the left.
  • Umbreon: Clears surrounding Pokémon icons and gimmicks in a half-moon shape two times in a row.
  • Vaporeon: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks above and below, then replaces surrounding icons with icons of the most abundant Pokémon.
  • Victini: Clears Pokémon icons in a “V” shape and solves gimmicks by two stages.
  • Vulpix: Clears Pokémon and gimmicks in a moderate circular area and then activates three megaphones
  • Whimsicott: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks to the left in a wave shape.
  • Wobbuffet: Replaces surrounding Pokémon icons with megaphones and sets them off.
  • Yamper: Clears Pokémon icons and gimmicks in a heart shape.
  • Zorua: Replaces a moderate number of Pokémon icons above and below with megaphones, then sets them off, and replaces icons with icons of the most abundant Pokémon.

Now you’ve looked at the skills, find out how to recruit more Pokémon to your Café in Pokémon Cafe ReMix.


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