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FireRed Pokemon Fire Red 20XX

Started by Manekimoney March 1st, 2019 2:54 PM
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The year is 20XX. Every Pokemon has managed to achieve perfection. Because of this, the winner of Pokemon battle depends solely on strategy and team building. The team building metagame has evolved to ridiculous levels due to it being the only remaining factor to decide matches.

The point of this hack is to (sort of) replicate the experience of playing a zero EXP run of Pokemon.
The hack is still the basic Fire Red, but modified, so there is no need to grind (that's because it's impossible) and Pokemon are extremely easy to catch. With this, you can easily build many different teams very quickly, which can be used to stand a chance against very tough Gym Leaders.
It is recommended to just throw balls at any Pokemon species that you haven't caught already (including different evolution stages).
You may need to have a bit different mindset when playing this hack, compared to a regular Pokemon game. It is no longer around building a single team, but about strategizing on how to beat opponents, that are stronger than you. Pokemon you have a expendable, since there is no exp and that means, that you can SELFDESTRUCT or DESTINY BOND as much as you want.

-Every single Pokemon is level 100 (no need for grinding. YAY!)
-Revives CANNOT be used in battle.
-EVs are nonexistent (Badge boosts are still in the game).
-In the wild, you will find Pokemon at the latter evolutions than in the original game.
-Since the game is centered around catching A LOT of Pokemon, Master Balls are purchasable for 10 Poke bucks in every mart.
-Fully evolved wild Pokemon have weaker/ more situational movesets than their pre-evolved forms.
(The movesets are still true to what the Pokemon can have in the main games (mostly). These are moves either gained by level, TMs, breeding or events)
Depending on what you need, you can use the pre-evolved form or the evolved one. Movesets are heavily dependent on the stats of the Pokemon (either in a good or a bad way).
-Your (already fully evolved) starter, however, has a solid moveset from the begining (not the best one, tho).
-Standard evolution is gone. Now, you evolve every Pokemon with a Moon Stone (except the elemental eeveelotions). This means that you can transfer a better pre-evolved moveset to a evolved Pokemon. But there are only 3 Moon Stones in the game (in Vermilion, Rocket Hideout and Two Island). You should use them on the Pokemon, that you will truly require for a long time, or else you can get yourself in a lot of trouble.
-Aditionally, all TMs are obtainable only once. Use those wisely as well.
-HMs have been nerfed, because of their infinite usage.
-Since Surf is now weak, Water types get a new strong water move. The TM for Water Pulse has been changed to Muddy Water, which functions almost exactly like Surf in the original games.
-Move relearner now gives you 1 situationaly good move on a Pokemon in exchange for a Big Mushroom (Big Mushrooms can be bought in Celadon for 20000 Poke bucks). These moves can vary between different evolved forms, so you might miss out on something if you evolve early
-You no longer have to fight Brock as the first Gym Leader (believe me, you don't want to try to beat Brock first). The map is openeded to you until the Rock Tunnel entrace (you can access Route 9 and 10 without CUT). This means that Misty is the first required Gym Leader.
-Gym Leaders are EXTREMELY tough. You will need form specific teams, that are capable of fighting them.
-The three Sevii Islands now contain Pokemon from other regions.
-Some in-game trades have been changed.

Depending on how you play through the game, the endgame can become a complete breeze.
You may be at a disadvantage with the movesets (at the start of the journey) against the gym leaders, but you can build a team, that can counter them. To make team building a bit easier, you can check the leader's teams here.

Gym Leader teams:
-Aerodactyl - Sharp Beark (Aerial Ace, Rock Slide, Earthquake, Steel Wing)
-Omastar -Mystic Water (Muddy Water, Ice Beam, Rock Slide, Spikes)
-Tyranitar -Leftovers (Crunch,Rock Slide, Earthquake, Dragon Dance)
-Cradily -Leftovers (Giga Drain, Recover, Rock Slide, Sludge Bomb)
-Rhydon -Quick Claw (Megahorn, Earthquake, Rock Slide, Brick Break)
-Sudowoodo -Leftovers (Attract, Brick Break, Rock Slide, Explosion)

-Starmie -MentalHerb (Thunderbolt, Muddy Water, Icy Wind, Recover)
-Swampert -Leftovers (Earthquake, Hydro Pump, Rock Slide, Ice Beam)
-Gyarados -Leftovers (Dragon Dance, Muddy Water, Earthquake, Body Slam)
-Ludicolo -Leftovers (Rain Dance, Leech Seed, Dive, Giga Drain)
-Slowbro -Chesto Berry (Confusion, Rest, Calm Mind, Muddy Water)
-Lapras -Leftovers (Blizzard, Muddy Water, Thunderbolt, Psychic)

(Misty has a bit weaker moveset. That's cuz' she was way too hard originally and she is mandatory early into the game, when you don't have too many Pokemon)

-Electrode -Silk Scarf (Thunderbolt, Explosion, Light Scree, Reflect)
-Raichu -Magnet (Muddy Water, Brick Break, Thunderbolt, Thunder Wave)
-Electabuzz -Nevermeltice (Psychic, Thunderbolt, Fire Punch, Ice Punch)
-Manectric -Magnet (Thunedrbolt, Crunch, Body Slam, Attract)
-Lanturn -Leftovers (Thunder, Muddy Water, Ice Beam, Rain Dance)
-Ampharos -Magnet (Thunderbolt, Fire Punch, Body Slam, Brick Break)


-Sceptile -Miracle Seed (Leaf Blade, Dragon Claw, Crunch, Giga Drain)
-Meganium -Leftovers (Toxic, Leech Seed, Giga Drain, Synthesis)
-Breloom -Black Belt (Giga Drain, Mach Punch, Sludge Bomb, Spore)
-Shiftry -Blackglasses (Faint Attack, Extrasensory, Explosion, Giga Drain)
-Ludicolo -Leftovers (Leech Seed, Rain Dance, Giga Drain, Dive)
-Victreebel -Poison Barb (Sludge Bomb, Giga Drain, Swords Dance, Body Slam)

-Nidoking -Soft Sand (Earthquake, Sludge Bomb, Ice Beam, Muddy Water)
-Crobat -Sharp Beak (Aerial Ace, Sludge Bomb, Haze, Shadow Ball)
-Weezing -Leftovers (Explosion, Sludge Bomb, Fire Blast, Thunderbolt)
-Tentacruel -Mystic Water (Muddy Water, Sludge Bomb, Giga Drain, Ice Beam)
-Gengar -Sitrus Berry (Shadow Ball, Sludge Bomb, Psychic, Thunderbolt)
-Swalot -Leftovers (Ice Beam, Sludge Bomb, Shadow Ball, Giga Drain)

-Alakazam -Twistedspoon (Psychic, Reflect, Calm Mind, Thunderpunch)
-Espeon -Sitrus Berry (Barrier, Psychic, Baton Pass, Calm Mind)
-Jynx -Nevermeltice (Psychic, Ice Beam, Water Pulse, Brick Break)
-Metagross -Leftovers (Meteor Mash, Psychic, Earthquake, Rock Slide)
-Claydol -Leftovers (Double Team, Cosmic Power, Rest, Earthquake) (wow, did someone call the fun police?)
-Girafarig -Leftovers (Psychic, Thunderbolt, Crunch, Calm Mind)

-Arcanine -Leftovers (Extremespeed, Flamethrower, Crunch, Aerial Ace)
-Blaziken -Black Belt (Brick Break, Fire Blast, Earthquake, Bulk Up)
-Charizard -White Herb (Aerial Ace, Overheat, Dragon Dance, Earthquake)
-Ninetales -Charcoal (Will-o-Wisp, Flamethrower, Confuse Ray, Attract)
-Houndoom -Blackglasses (Flamethrower, Crunch, Sunny Day, Solarbeam)
-Camerupt -Sitrus Berry (Earthquake, Eruption, Rock Slide, Body Slam)

-Swampert -Leftovers (Muddy Water, Rock Slide, Ice Beam, Earthquake)
-Dugtrio -Soft Sand (Aerial Ace, Rock Slide, Sludge Bomb, Earthquake)
-Flygon -Dragon Fang (Dragon Claw, Flamehrower, Giga Drain, Earthquake)
-Claydol -Leftovers (Cosmic Power, Rest, Psychic, Earthquake)
-Marowak -THICC club (Earthquake, Rock Slide, Brick Break, Aerial Ace)
-Camerupt -White Herb (Overheat, Earthquake, Rock Slide, Body Slam)


-Sneasel -Scope Lens (Brick Break, Aerial Ace, Shadow Ball, Swords Dance)
-Cloyster -Mystic Water (Muddy Water, Ice Beam, Hail, Explosion)
-Glalie -Silk Scarf (Ice Beam, Crunch, Earthquake, Explosion)
-Jynx -Nevermeltice (Ice Beam, Psychic, Lovely Kiss, Attract)
-Lapras -Leftovers (Thunderbolt, Ice Beam, Muddy Water, Psychic)
-Piloswine -Soft Sand (Earthquake, Rock Slide, Blizzard, Charm)


-Hitmontop -Black Belt (Earthquake, Brick Break, Rock Slide, Bulk Up)
-Heracross -Silverpowder (Megahorn, Brick Break, Earthquake, Rock Slide)
-Hariyama -Leftovers (Earthquake, Bulk Up, Cross Chop, Rock Slide)
-Medicham -Spell Tag (Brick Break, Shadow Ball, Psychic, Fake Out)
-Machamp -Choice Band (Cross Chop, , , )
-Poliwrath -Mystic Water (Muddy Water, Ice Beam, Brick Break, Earthquake)

-Duscplops -Leftovers (Shadow Ball, Protect, Rest, Double Team) (wow, did someone call the fun police?)(this guy also has Pressure)
-Banette -Spell Tag (Shadow Ball, Thunderbolt, Knock Off, Will-O-Wisp)
-Sableye -Sitrus Berry (Shadow Ball, ICe Punch, Fire Punch, ThunderPunch)
-Misdreavus -Leftovers (Mean Look, Perish Song, Protect, Psychic)
-Gengar -Spell Tag (Shadow Ball, Sludge Bomb, Thunderbolt, Psychic)
-Shedinja -Brightpowder (Swords Dance, Shadow Ball, Silver Wind, Aerial Ace)

-Kingdra -Dragon Fang (Muddy Water, Dragonbreath, Hidden Power, Ice Beam)
-Dragonite -Leftovers (Aerial Ace, Thunderbolt, Flamethrower, Dragon Claw)
-Flygon -Soft Sand (Earthquake, Dragon Claw, Flamethrower, Rock Slide)
-Altaria -Leftovers (Dragon Dance, Aerial Ace, Dragon Claw, Earthquake)
-Salamence -Dragon Fang (Dragon Dance, Dragon Claw, Earthquake, Aerial Ace)
-Aerodactyl -Hard Stone (Rock Slide, Aerial Ace, Earthquake, Double-Edge) (Yeah, I ran out of dragons)


-Sandlash -Soft Sand (Aerial Ace, Earthquake, Rock Slide, Brick Break)
-Machamp -Black Belt (Cross Chop, Earthquake, Rock Slide, Bulk Up)
-Houdoom -Blackglasses (Flamethrower, Crunch, Solarbeam, Sunny Day)
-Blastoise -Leftovers (Muddy Water, Ice Beam, Earthqake, Brick Break)
-Salamence -Leftovers (Flmaethrower, Dragon Claw, Earthquake, Aerial Ace)
-Ninetales -Leftovers (Flamethrower, Psychic, Recover, Hypnosis)

HACK STATUS: COMPLETE, but may need rebalancing (depending on response) or bug fixes (if some wild or trainer Pokemon is not level 100 or something).

Knows bugs/ faults:

-Starters are stated as being their first evolution in Oak's Lab, even tho, they are fully evolved. Very minor, I won't even bother with it.
-Ghost Marowak is not level 100, but it's not catchable so whatever.
- A screenshot has a spelling mistake, which is fixed in the hack. Oopsie


(The base file that was used was named: "1636 - Pokemon Fire Red (U)(Squirrels).gba")

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This is hard. Can't even defeat Misty and my Rival.
Misty is probably the hardest fight in the game, because it is required before you can fully explore the region. I used the Pokemon on Route 10 (the one where the Power Plant is), since the game is opened up until that point. On that route, you can get a few electric Pokemon, including a Voltorb, which has Mirror Coat, which can be extremely effective on Misty's Pokemon.
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