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FireRed Pokemon Outlaw Page 21

Started by Crizzle June 27th, 2015 2:09 PM
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Just finished this. Some funny stuff, but the gameplay was where it's at. I had Sandshrew as a starter and Sandslash ended up being the MVP of the Pokemon League challenge. It was overleveled, but it outspeed a lot of speedy threats, including the Kanto birds. I was stunned and impressed, and giving it Rock Slide paid dividends. Team: Blaziken, Feraligatr, Alakazam, Dragonite, and Sandslash. The League challenge was difficult. I don't use healing items during battle and I always play in Set battle style.
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Looks great
Seen January 14th, 2020
Posted January 14th, 2020
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I need help. I chose sandshrew, and his moveset sucks, and I didn't even realize, I just chose it cause I wasn't interested in evolving my starter from a stone. Anyway, I want to find TMs for it that'll help me through the playthrough because I can't live with just sand tomb, so anyone, please, if you know where earthquake is in this game, please help me
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I need help. I chose sandshrew, and his moveset sucks, and I didn't even realize, I just chose it cause I wasn't interested in evolving my starter from a stone. Anyway, I want to find TMs for it that'll help me through the playthrough because I can't live with just sand tomb, so anyone, please, if you know where earthquake is in this game, please help me
Sandslash was in my squad and it was actually a great member. I don't remember where TM26 is, but what about Dig? I think it's still sold at Celadon City Department Store. I had Dig on Sandslash, gave Earthquake to Dragonite.
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Crizzle, sir, you are my hero.
Yes, I agree with those who say that the sense of humour is crude and a bit repetitive after a while. And indeed, much of the content is just FireRed.
But the overall feeling I get is this was made by someone with a lot of energy, passion, who had a general idea and just improvised at times. And had a crude sense of humour :) Outlaw feels like a warm up by someone who soon will be able to show much, much more (and mind you, your warm up is way more than my most exhausting work out - I tried romhacking but I'm clueless at programming). It feels a bit chaotic, not so thoroughly planned, but LORD it just goes on and pulls you in, but keeps you on the lookout and on your toes all the time (trainers in houses or underground passages :D)
Most of the faults are just plain FireReddish, often carried on from RBY (pointlessly vast areas with little content, bland wild pokemon sets, derpy pokemon sprites, the vomit-inducing candyness of graphics) but some caught me off guard (inaccessible Flash gave me claustrophobia in Rock Tunnel, had to cheat it into my bag) but some are plain lazy (the Dex maps showing weird locations, like between Pewter and Indigo Plateau, or the non-existent Safari Zone).
But, as we say in Poland, this hack is "first cats over the fences".
I downloaded all your hacks so far, but purposedly started with the first one to sit back and observe the progress. I will watch your career with great interest.
So far, I'm in Fuchsia on a rampage with two badges, trying to enable Surfing to get some Magnemites or Staryus. Got a powerhouse Alakazam, unfavorable-natured Feraligatr, a Gloom, which mostly sits in the corner eating glue from a jar, and soon to be unstoppable Snorlax. The synopsis seems to be my type, with lack of post-game (aside from GSC, there was no post-game that made sense to me) and friggin fishing.

Best of wishes to you, can't wait to finish this one so I can check the others. If you needed a beta tester, I'm all yours. Best regards.
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