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Age 23
Stage Left
Seen November 8th, 2018
Posted August 16th, 2018
157 posts
6 Years
Just started but already enjoying it probably more then original. But, Have all the movesets been changed and moves added to some, because i would like to use scyther/scizor but i hate their gen 3 moveset?
All movesets have been spruced up a little bit, I'm pretty sure every pokemon has at least one new move in their learnset somewhere. The only exception is ditto.
Scyther/scizor's moveset in the next patch:

base stats now 70/95/70/45/70/90 (big nerf but it's available from level 6 so pretty bloody strong)
-false swipe
6-focus energy
16-fury cutter (30 power)
20-quick attack
23-double team
26-aerial ace (65 power)
36-swords dance
As scizor (evolving lv39), there are a few changes
26-metal claw instead
39- vicegrip (steel type)
41-crush claw instead (75 power)
46-Iron defense
It also gets access to strength (which is now a very relevant 70 power steel type move) and disarm!

Wow this is awesome! I really wanted to play 3rd gen but not just the same game that I've played a dozen times or ORAS, so this is perfect! I have one question, though. Is the main story line changed at all, or is it the same story, just changes to the areas and Pokemon? Also are any types changed, as well, and if so, who? You should really make a Pokemon changes list so we know the differences, but then again, figuring them out can be fun too. Thanks in advance for the response. I'm excited to start this one up.
By one question I think you mean two XD
The storyline is changed a little but a lot of it is similar. I rewrote archie and maxie completely and changed the order you visit the towns to keep it fresh. Emerald's storyline is actually quite different from oras to start with though so you should have fun.

There are loads and loads of type changes, some are listed in the first post but here's a complete list:
charizard, venomoth and gyarados are dragons now rather than flying (or poison),
parasect is grass/ghost because the bug d i e d,
butterfree's also bug/psychic
both nido lines are now poison/normal
ninetales is fire/psychic,
Rapidash line is now fire/normal
Hypno's now psychic/fight
Golduck is water/ghost type,
kingler got steel type, idk, it just did
muk got dark type (since before gen 7, nintendo stole my idea tbqh),
Kangaskhan's now normal/fighting
Seadra is water/dragon just as with kingdra
Goldeen/Seaking are water/normal
Electabuzz/Magmar both got fighting type

Meganium is grass/ground now
Hoothoot line is psy/fly now
Ledian is bug/elec
girafarig is dark/psychic now,
Dunsparce is normal/ground now
granbull is normal/steel type
stantler is normal/psychic

swellow is fight/flying,
shedinja is bug/dark,
Masquerain's Water/bug now
volbeat's bug/elec and illumise is bug/psychic,
aggron's pure steel,
torkoal's fire/steel type
Nosepass is rock/steel
cacturne's grass/ghost,
Tropius is grass/dragon yessss
absol is dark/normal,
banette is ghost/normal (this type combo is busted),
chimecho is psychic/ghost
Bagon's dragon/fire, shelgon's dragon/rock,

and there's probably a couple I forgot
Play Altered Emerald here!

Thanks to DizzyEgg and the EBEU team for the battle engine, features, and dynamic expansion, lu-ho for a-map, gamer2020 for pge, Microsoft Windows for Task Manager, about 5 different hex editors, Chaos rush for sprites and an animation disable tutorial, Spherical Ice for several excellent asm routines, Neon Skylar for Pokemon data past gen 3, YAPE while it lasted, Scizz, Knizz, darthatron's numerous tools, hackmew, Chronosplit and yall for playing.

Altered Emerald is off on break for a bit now. This patch is looking really nice and polished, so it's staying up for a while.