FireRed Pokémon Aquamarine (Version 2.0.2, updated as of April 15, 2021)

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Seen July 9th, 2021
Posted June 28th, 2021
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Pokémon Aquamarine Version

Version 2.0.2 Release (4/15/2021)

It's been nearly a year since the version 1.1.4 release! I took a long break from this hack and have been wanting to get back to fix up a few bugs here and there. Naturally, I got distracted and ended up adding a ton of new things. But I hope you guys will appreciate the changes. Many thanks to everyone who gave feedback on earlier versions of the hack, I appreciate your time and effort playing!

So, what's new in 2.0.X?

Short version:
  • Revamped the game's story
  • Revamped all four world maps
  • Added functional Pokédex map
  • Added several new maps, including Underground areas and areas accessible through Time Travel
  • Added static encounters for every available legendary
  • Added post-game content, including EV training, rebattleable bosses, and a special post-game paradox event
  • Revamped/added several moves, including move animations
  • Revamped version exclusive content, including title screen and rival battles
  • Added proper Pokédex entries for missing Pokémon
  • Added several quality of life updates
  • Several bug and text fixes

Long version (Potential Spoiler Warning):
New Content
  • Added functional Pokedex maps for Manta region
  • Revamped Town/Fly Map to show more detail in Manta region & Sevii Island replacements
  • Added Underground maps that connect existing maps & add additional content below Tierra Town, Estrella Island, Andromeda City
  • Added portals that access new content, mostly post-game
  • Moves now show icons for the Physical-Special Split
  • Pokemon gain EXP from catching wild Pokemon
  • Natures are now colored
  • Added an EV and IV display screen
  • Added NPCs that increase a Pokemon's IVs if given a Bottle Cap
  • Added several stat boosting items, including two Eevee-specific items and several items held by legendaries
Added future and past versions of maps, accessible through portals
  • Added three Mt. Ande maps for fossils and rare spawns
  • Revamped Genesis Island event for Mew
  • Revamped Kronos Island event for Celebi
  • Replaced Space Chamber event from Mt. Mythos to Crater City portal for Deoxys
  • Added Underground portals for Raikou, Suicune, Regirock, Registeel
  • Added Triunfo Road portal for Entei
  • Added Zero Kelvin Way portal for Regice
  • Added Darwin Shoal portal for Latias
  • Added Quasar Cavern portal for Latios
  • Added Omega Oasis portal for Groudon
  • Added Alpha Abyss portal for Kyogre
  • Added Delta Beach portal for Rayquaza
  • Added Starfall City portal for Jirachi
Added special paradox event at Starfall City
  • Cutting down the tree after both restoring the timeline and battling Jirachi creates paradox
  • Fixing the paradox involves traversing through several mazes in the Mystery Zone, inspired by Yume Nikki

Story changes:
  • Important character's text are now color-coded to determine who is talking
  • Intro is shorter, no longer a wall of text
  • Celebi ghost replaces professor in intro
  • Player starts in bed
  • Marowak boss fight at Machu Pichu changed
  • Rival text much shorter at Machu Pichu and Silph CO.
  • Story exposition more spread out amongst NPCs at Silph CO. and Machu Pichu
  • Stardust Bridge text changed
  • Endings aren't huge walls of text anymore
  • Second ending has a better animation
  • Palm gives out second quest information at lab rather than at ending

Move changes:
  • Updated move power, PP, accuracy, priority, and most names and effects to match modern games
  • HMs are now deletable
  • TMs in shop can only be bought one at a time
  • Replaced Shock Wave with Discharge, Skill Swap with Nasty Plot, Razor Shell with Aqua Tail, Frustration with PowerUpPunch, Mega Punch with Avalanche
  • Revamped the entire TM and Move Tutor compatibility
  • Revamped egg moves
Revamped learnable TM list, replacing:
  • TM02 Dragon Claw with Dragon Pulse
  • TM03 Water Pulse with Scald
  • TM05 Roar with Shadow Claw
  • TM07 Hail with Avalanche
  • TM09 Bullet Seed with Energy Ball
  • TM11 Sunny Day with Wild Charge
  • TM18 Rain Dance with Aqua Tail
  • TM21 Frustration with Dark Pulse
  • TM22 SolarBeam with Focus Blast
  • TM23 Iron Tail with Iron Head
  • TM31 Brick Break with PowerUpPunch
  • TM34 Shock Wave with Discharge
  • TM37 Sandstorm with Night Slash
  • TM39 Rock Tomb with Stone Edge
  • TM41 Bullet Punch with Poison Jab
  • TM42 Facade with Earth Power
  • TM43 Secret Power with X-Scissor
  • TM47 Steel Wing with Flash Cannon
  • TM48 Skill Swap with Signal Beam
  • TM49 Bug Buzz with Nasty Plot
  • TM50 Overheat with Swords Dance
Shifted locations of TMs throughout region:
  • TM07 Avalanche -> Icicle Isles
  • TM21 Night Slash -> Tactix Hideout
  • TM26 Earthquake -> Triunfo Road
  • TM37 Dark Pulse -> Starfall Gym
  • TM40 Air Slash -> Magellanic Stream
Buyable TMs now include:
  • TM05 Shadow Claw
  • TM15 Hyper Beam
  • TM20 Giga Impact
  • TM31 Drain Punch
  • TM43 X-Scissor
  • TM44 Rest
TMs available at Crater Dept. Store Rooftop:
  • TM16 Light Screen
  • TM33 Reflect
  • TM45 Attract
Revamped learnable Move Tutor moves, replacing:
  • Mega Punch with False Swipe
  • Seismic Toss with Sandstorm
  • Mega Kick with Hail
  • Explosion with Sunny Day
  • Softboiled with Rain Dance
  • Swords Dance with SolarBeam
  • Metronome with Weather Ball
  • Double Edge with Hyper Voice
  • Dream Eater with Zen Headbutt
Revamped several learnsets, most notably:
  • Added Frenzy Plant, Blast Burn, and Hydro Cannon into every starter's learnsets
  • Eevee + Evolutions learn moves at the same levels
  • Regirock, Regice, and Registeel don't explode at level 1
  • Raikou and Entei no longer Roar themselves out of existence
  • Pokémon affected by TM/Move Tutor move changes get those moves added to their learnsets
Added custom animations to several moves, courtesy of:
  • dreamengine - Ominous Wind, Aura Sphere, Focus Blast, Giga Impact, Iron Head, Poison Jab, Power Gem, Roost, X-Scissor, Wild Charge, Air Slash, Aqua Jet, Bullet Punch, Power Whip
  • MrDollSteak - Scald, Drain Punch, Dark Pulse, Energy Ball, Dragon Pulse, Brave Bird, Ice Shard, Stone Edge, Shadow Claw, Shadow Sneak, Aqua Tail, Nasty Plot, Avalanche
  • DoesntKnowHowToPlay - Roar of Time, Earth Power, Bug Buzz, Discharge
  • Shadowraze - Zen Headbutt
  • Spherical Ice - Moonblast
  • Chaos Rush - Night Slash
  • Garuga17 - Flash Cannon
  • pawell6 - Stone Edge (Rock Wrecker's Animation)
  • BadgerLordZeus - Power-Up Punch
  • Vaporeon22 - Draining Kiss, Play Rough, Dazzling Gleam, Boomburst, Flare Blitz, Razor Shell, Inferno, Horn Leech

Battle Changes:
  • Rival's team changes across all game versions
  • Team Tactix now focuses on double battles
  • Elite Four Hilda has a different team with more Unovan representation
  • Rebalanced NPC money drops
  • Weather Sisters are able to be battled in the post-game
  • Floot Island battles now can be rebattled
  • Added rebattlable EV trainers in Darwin Shoal
  • Effort Value vitamins no longer cap at 100, but rather 252
  • Limit for effort values changed to 252 from 255
  • Updated to Gen VII paralysis and burn mechanics
  • Updated Volt Absorb, Rough Skin, and Sturdy
  • Updated binding moves, Blizzard, Disable, Spite, Protect/Detect, Encore, and Taunt
  • Hidden Power now has a set power of 60 and shows what type it is
  • Replaced the unused Cacophony ability with Snow Warning

Pokémon changes:
  • Replaced Kecleon's shiny palette with purple Kecleon from Mystery Dungeon
  • Replaced Onix and Steelix's shiny palette with crystal Onix from the anime
  • Revamped shiny palette for Hummling line
  • Revamped normal & shiny palette for Tortide
  • Revamped shiny palette for Leafeon and Glaceon
  • Revamped backsprites for Leafeon, Glaceon, and Sylveon
  • Moved location of wild Regis to random encounters in the Underground
  • Replaced wild Regi encounters with legendary birds
  • Fixed up wild spawns
  • Gave dex entries to Pokémon above 386
  • Gave proper mini icons to Pokémon above 386
  • Pokémon above 386 now have proper cries
  • Pokédex now extends beyond 386 all the way up to 400
  • Rearranged Pokédex so relevant evolutions are next to each other
  • Added missing Pokémon to Habitat list
  • Fixed up mini icons to Pokémon not native to FireRed
  • Fixed glitched sprites for Glaceon, Probopass, Mamoswine, and Grotle
  • Removed footprints from Pokédex

Notable Map changes:
  • Mt. Ande- The interior and exterior of the cave got a revamp, and has 3 past maps the player can explore
  • Crater City- The entire map got a redesign, focusing on the crater in the middle of the city and the river to the west
  • Solstice City- The city is more beachside oriented. Elon's house moved to the northern route
  • Comet City- The city now features safari zone trees, alongside nearby routes
  • The Delta Desert got renamed to the Omega Oasis, and the southern portion is more detailed
  • The lower section of the Starburst Sea got renamed as the Delta Beach
  • Replaced Battle Tower maps with Mystery Zone
  • Replaced the Battle Tower location with Darwin Shoal
  • Renamed most of Darwin Isle
  • Renamed Port George with Port Beague
  • Renamed the Ocean and Desert Underpass to Underground Path
  • Removed Laniakea Lines daycare
  • Added underground daycare at Zero Kelvin Way Underground
  • Nadir Mountains is shorter and has less trainers (6 total)
  • Nebula Road is longer and has more trainers (5 total)
  • Rearranged Eievui Ruins to be color-coded
  • Fixed up some map descriptions

Item Changes:
  • Added infinite TM use
  • Restored price of buyable TMs to their original price
  • Added BW2 Repel script, courtesy of Darthatron's ASM routine
  • Added EV reducing berry functionality, courtesy of Spherical Ice's hack
  • Added Choice Scarf & Choice Specs
  • Added Ability Capsule
  • Added Bottle Caps
  • Starter now holds a Lucky Egg
  • Replaced Salesman that gives Potion with Aide that gives Exp. Share on first route
  • Most species of wild Pokémon now have various held items (mostly berries)
  • Revamped evolutionary stone locations in Mt. Ande
  • DeepSeaTooth and DeepSeaScale now boost Water-type moves like Mystic Water
  • Thick Glasses added, which doubles Eevee's Sp. Atk
  • Lacy Ribbon added, which doubles Eevee's Sp. Def
  • Added functionality to Storage Key, Claw Fossil, and Root Fossil
Added several new items/added functionality to old items for legendaries, including:
  • Mystic Wing
  • Instinct Wing
  • Valor Wing
  • Giant Spoon
  • Relic Cornet
  • Stormy Cloud
  • Volcanic Ash
  • Pure Water
  • Silver Wing
  • Rainbow Wing
  • Future Egg
  • Chipped Stone
  • Antarctic Ice
  • A.I. Program
  • Red Orb
  • Blue Orb
  • Jade Orb
  • Wishing Tag
  • Meteorite

Version Exclusive Changes:
  • All versions now have their respective Eevee evolution replace Nidorino in the intro battle screen
  • All versions have a revamped logo and intro sprite
  • The default text border you start off with depends on which version you're playing
  • Rival's teams changed across all versions
  • Flavor text for starters changed across all versions
  • Paula asks for Rayquaza across all versions

Quality of Life changes:
  • Added functionality to Flame Body/Magma Armor to help hatch eggs faster
  • Replaced Size screen with Stats screen in Pokédex
  • Fixed up player character sprites at end credits
  • Replaced Gary animation in end credits with Eevee animation
  • Renamed several default player names
  • Changed map sequences in end credits to be less buggy
  • Text speed set to Fast by default
  • Sound set to Stereo by default
  • Added random chance of getting more or less coins from Ashley in game corner
  • Changed items available through the Pickup ability
  • Changed the daycare breeding rate to be easier to get eggs
  • Added roaming Pokémon bug fix
  • PC boxes use more wallpapers
  • Selphy only rewards Rare Candies
  • Added a room for Sebastian at Selphy's house
  • Added a PC at Selphy's house
  • Eggs hatch at level 1
  • Fixed up running animation for male and female avatars
  • Fixed up sprites for Ice Stone, Dusk Stone, Dawn Stone, and Shiny Stone
  • Added 2 more Stardust locations
  • Changed the names of OMANYTE, OMASTAR, KABUTO, KABUTOPS, MISSINGNO., Vulpix (Alolan), and Ninetales (Alolan)

Miscellaneous changes:
  • Changed lime text color to purple, orange to brighter orange
  • Changed Elon's favorite Pokémon list
  • Added parts of JPAN's Hacked Engine
  • Added Sideways Stairs (credits to Spherical Ice)
  • Stellar City guards no longer remove Fake ID from bag
Revamped several NPC sprites
  • Replaced Snorlax overworld sprite with Rayquaza
  • Replaced Deoxys-D overworld sprite with Kyogre
  • Replaced Deoxys-A overworld sprite with Groudon
  • Replaced Gameboy Kid overworld sprite with Snorlax
  • Replaced Green Nurse overworld sprite with Portal
  • Replaced Battle Tower Dude overworld sprite with Jirachi
  • Replaced fallen old man sprite with Dialga
  • Replaced Mystery Gift man with Latios (Front) + Regirock (Back) + Registeel (Side)
  • Replaced Trade Nurses with Latias (Front) + Regice (Back) + Shiny Jirachi (Side)
  • Gave both variations of Mew and Celebi sprites back and side sprites
  • Swapped Jessica's overworld sprites with Lechuga's overworld sprites

Bug Fixes:
  • Fixed bug in Machu Pichu where Rival wouldn't talk
  • Fixed bug where Pokémon with no dex entries would crash the game
  • Fixed bug where game would crash if the player obtained two Stardusts in a row
  • Fixed bug where catching a scripted Shiny Pokémon meant for a trainer would result in a bad egg
  • Fixed bug in Crater City Department Store where Sol Island would show up on the header
  • Fixed Rock Smashable rocks in the Laniakea Tunnel
  • Fly to Tierra Town no flies player to front of house
  • Fixed Mew and Celebi's overworld sprites immediately disappearing after battle
  • Fixed buggy cries
  • Fixed Rhyperior's typing from Rock/Ground to Ground/Rock
  • Fixed Probopass' typing from Normal to Rock/Steel
  • Fixed typing issue with Fairy types (ex. Changed Gardevoir from Fairy/Psychic to Psychic/Fairy)
  • TMs now show the right color and description
  • Rival's chibi sprite now shows the right color in the intro
  • Scooter now mountable/dismountable in Laniakean Lines
  • Fixed bug where Sevii Island maps would show up in certain Manta maps
  • Fixed bug where Tactix Grunts in Mt. Helios would say first password too early
  • Fixed bug where trainer in Triunfo Road wouldn't speak after battle
  • Made MISSINGNO. catchable & fixed up its TM/HM learnset
  • Fixed bug where fainting at Elite Four wouldn't send you back to the Pokémon League building
  • Fixed Nidoran M's sprite
  • Fixed Peaxie's sprite
  • Fixed Female Protagonist's trainer card sprite
  • Fixed Mew's encounter in the female timeline from not showing up as Shiny
  • Several map fixes, including buggy movement permissions and misplaced tiles
  • Several text fixes, including typos and cut off words

Changes added as of 2.0.2
  • Ditto breeding mechanic was fixed by swapping Ditto with Mr. Mime *
  • Root and Claw Fossils now have special text at Estrella Island Lab
  • Nova City's Pokémart sells more items
  • Andromeda City's Pokémart now sells Potions
  • Tile fixes at Port Aurora
*if you're using an old save, your Mr. Mimes will turn into Dittos and vice-versa

Older Update Notes
Version 2.0.1: (4/9/2021)
(see above)

Version 2.0.0: (3/11/2020)
Added functional Pokédex maps for Manta region
Added new maps, including Underground areas and areas accessible through Time Travel
Revamped several old maps
Added static encounters for every available legendary
Added a special post-game paradox event, inspired by Yume Nikki
Revamped TMs/HMs, Move Tutors, and egg moves
Revamped learnsets
New moves added, including Discharge, Roar of Time, PowerUpPunch, Aqua Tail, Nasty Plot, Avalanche
Moves not native to FireRed now have custom battle animations
Fixed a bug where Dr. Fuji and your rival wouldn't talk to you at Machu Pichu
Fixed more game-crashing Rock Smash-able rocks in the Laniakea Tunnel
Team Tactix focuses on double battles
Revamped the cinematic at the ending credits
Trainers in Floot Island now rebattlable
Weather-based moves teachable by Move Tutors, who will challenge you in the post-game
Updated teams for rival and Elite Four members
Text speed set to Fast, sound set to stereo, and frame set depending on version by default
Exp is gained even after catching something
Repels now ask if you want to use another if they run out
Magma Armor and Flame Body speed up egg hatching
Natures are now color-coded
Physical, special, and status icons now viewable on the move screen
Updated teams for rival and Elite Four members
Kecleon has a new shiny, based off Mystery Dungeon's Kecleon
Revamped wild spawns
Revamped intro sequence
Text fixes, and other quality of life changes

Version 1.1.4: (4/22/2020)
Updated Elite Four/Champion movesets
Trainers on Floot Island no longer use Revives
Replaced TM01 Focus Punch with TM01 Dazzle Gleam
Fairy Gym no longer gives out Toxic, but rather Dazzle Gleam
Toxic found where Focus Punch used to be (Silph Co Floor 5)
Updated Pokémon learnsets to be compatible with TM01 Dazzle Gleam
Updated Pokémon learnsets to be compatible with additional moves
Fixed item balls spawning infinite items in Triunfo Road
Removed Dialga from Habitats list to prevent crashing
Fixed Stardust ball found at Mt. Ande exit
Text Fixes

Version 1.1.3: (3/18/2020)
Updated sprite for Dolphry M
Updated sprite for Dolphry F
Updated sprite for Triphin
Updated sprite for Narwish
Text Fixes

Version 1.1.2: (1/5/2020)
Updated sprite for Tortot
Updated sprite for Peaxie
Edited Pokédex Habitat Page
Pokédex entries beyond Deoxys accessible through Habitat Page
Fixed boat animation on Estrella Island
Text Fixes

Version 1.1.1: (1/5/2020)
Fixed bug from 1.1.0 changes that made Pokémon caught by Stardust into Bad Eggs.
(This means the game is back to freezing if you grab two consecutive item balls containing Stardust)

Version 1.1.0: (1/2/2020)
Game balance changes (Earlier areas nerfed, later areas slightly buffed)
Pokémon that evolve via happiness now have an additional set level at which they'll evolve at
Roadblock in Crater City added to keep player on track
Added hints to locations where players tend to get stuck at (Stellar City gate, Port Aurora, Void Island)
Fixed Safari Ball price
Fixed Water Pulse strength from 80 to 60
Fixed bug that allowed player to fly directly to the Pokémon League early
Fixed certain tiles and movement permission bugs
---------POTENTIAL SPOILERS BELOW-------------------
Fixed bug where grabbing two consecutive item balls with Stardust would freeze the game
Added warps to Genesis Island and Kronos Island within secret chamber in Eievui Ruins
Added additional shiny trainer battles (Tactix Hideout, Silph CO)
Mr. Mime and Farfetch'd trades now shiny
Added revivable fossils as a rare spawn (Floot Island)

Version 1.0.5: (12/18/2019)
Fixed Rock Smash from not smashing rocks in overworld.
Replaced starter Eevee's Lucky Egg with an Exp. Share
Replaced gift Feebas' Amulet Coin with a Soothe Bell
Replaced gift Eevee's Exp. Share with a Lucky Egg
(Amulet Coin is still obtainable later on)
Fixed inconsistency with rival battle on Titanic II in Amethyst, Onyx, and Opal versions
Swapped stone locations in Mt. Ande to get box art eevee evolutions earlier
Added new event legendary encounter
Fixed some text issues

Version 1.0.4:(11/29/2019)
Added another fix for Pokédex (just outside north exit of Lost Woods, south of Andromeda City)
Fixed physical/special split for some moves (rock throw, gust, poison gas)

Version 1.0.3:(11/13/2019)
400th obtainable Pokémon added
(try looking around the bottom floor of Machu Pichu for it!)
New abilities given to most Pokémon with 1 ability, mostly hidden abilities
Late-game gym leaders buffed by around 3 levels
Added script to prevent player from not obtaining the Pokédex before leaving Nova City
Fixed a few minor bugs

Version 1.0.2:(11/6/2019)
Gamebreaking bug in Triunfo Road actually fixed (for good this time)
Fixed bug with Map on 4-7 Islands
Added an updated sprite for Elite Four Ashley
Fixed a few text errors and typos
Fixed bug that causes Nurse Joy to crash the game at the Elite Four

Version 1.0.1:(11/5/2019)
Gamebreaking bug in Triunfo Road Fixed
Fixed Triunfo Road Trainers
Bug with Rock Smash Fixed
Bug with not obtaining national dex fixed (Talk to Ace Trainer at Andromeda City if you can't evolve non-Kanto Pokémon for a quick fix)
Fixed some tiles
Added some flair to maps (in progress)

Rom Base: FireRed [BPRE] Version 1.0
Language: English
Creator: AquamarineVaporeon/Vaporeon22

Pokémon Aquamarine is a ROM hack of FireRed that takes place in Manta, an entirely new region based off South America. The player character mysteriously turns into a Mew, and takes on a journey as a Pokémon trainer to figure out how to turn back to human. Aquamarine has been in development since 2014, and was fully released in Version 1.0.0 as of October 2019. Currently, the ROM hack is fully playable as of Beta version 2.0.2. If anyone happens to find any bugs, please let me know!

Pokémon Aquamarine also comes in different colors!
Pokémon Aquamarine is one out of nine variants of the same game, each corresponding with Eevee or one of its evolutions. There aren't many major differences between the variations, but the title screens are different, and the team your rival uses changes depending on the version. If you're unsure of which to play, I suggest going with your favorite!
These variations include:
Opal- Eevee
Aquamarine- Vaporeon
Topaz- Jolteon
Garnet- Flareon
Amethyst- Espeon
Onyx- Umbreon
Turquoise- Leafeon
Quartz- Glaceon
Zircon- Sylveon

If you're curious about what differences it makes to the Rival's team...
The Eevee your rival decides on depends on the intro text of the Eevee you decide on.
(For example, if you choose the Eevee that likes to watch the rain, your rival chooses the energetic one that later evolves into Jolteon)

Aquamarine/Topaz/Garnet: Rival's team contains either Vaporeon, Jolteon, or Flareon
Amethyst/Onyx/Zircon: Rival's team contains either Espeon, Umbreon, or Sylveon
Opal/Turquoise/Quartz: Rival's team contains either Eevee, Leafeon, or Glaceon

Pokémon Aquamarine opens with the player character having a strange dream. A ghostly figure named Ilex claims that the player has turned into a Mew, and must embark on a journey to return to their human body.

The plotline of the game diverges whether the player chooses to play as a boy or a girl. As a boy, the player turns into a regular Mew. As a girl, the player turns into a Shiny Mew.

The following spoiler contains lore for the male plotline:
In this timeline, Team Tactix obtains a sample of Mew's DNA. They reverse-engineer this DNA and are able to synthesize whatever Pokémon they desire in the future. This sudden influx of genetically engineered Pokémon causes the future's ecosystem to collapse, so that timeline's Celebi goes back in time to prevent Team Tactix from creating that future. In the process of genetic experimentation with Mew's DNA, Team Tactix manages to synthesize a Shiny Mew.

The following spoiler contains lore for the female plotline:
In this timeline, the leader of Team Tactix captures a Shiny Celebi in the past, which gives him an obsession with Shiny Pokémon. When the player shows up, the Team Tactix leader is determined to capture this Shiny Mew that appeared out of nowhere, but fails and only manages to obtain a DNA sample. He tries to reverse-engineer the DNA sample, but is unable to synthesize a clone out of it. Instead, he uses Mew's DNA to figure out when Mew lives on Earth, and uses Shiny Celebi to travel back in time and capture Mew.

Aquamarine incorporates a lot of themes from both science and science fiction, including:
Time Travel
Parallel Universes
Earth Science/History
Ecosystem Conservation

  • New Region based off South America
  • New Subregions based off Hawaii, Galapagos, and Antarctica
  • Starter is Eevee
  • New Story with a diverging plot depending on gender
  • Added Pokémon from Sinnoh, Unova, Kalos, and Alola
  • Added custom Fakemon, including a hummingbird line, a dolphin line, and a tortoise line
  • Customized Trainers
  • Increased overall trainer level
  • Added Fairy Type
  • Added Physical/Special Split
  • Added new moves
  • Updated moves to match current generation move effects
  • Updated Pokémon learnsets so they learn a more diverse set of moves
  • Added move animations to moves not present in vanilla FireRed
  • Decapitalized most in-game text
  • All 401 Pokémon in-game are obtainable
  • Trade Evolutions obtainable through Level-Up
  • All Eevee Evolutions obtainable through Evolutionary Stones
  • Added several items from new games, including Bottle Caps, Ability Capsules, and Choice Items
  • TMs have infinite uses
  • HMs can be forgotten
  • Natures are color coded, and EV/IVs can be viewed by an appraiser
  • Pokédex accurately shows Pokémon locations and stats
  • Pokémon gain Exp. even when catching wild Pokémon
  • Magma Armor and Flame Body help hatch eggs faster
  • Added several maps, including Underground maps and maps accessible through portals

Additional Features (Spoiler Warning)
  • Going through portals gives you access to past or future versions of a map
  • Added static encounters for every legendary
  • Obtaining Stardust usually guarantees the next Pokémon to be shiny
  • You can buy Stardust at the game corner with 9999 casino coins
  • Added several custom items, including two Eevee-specific items and one item per legendary
  • Different endings depending on what choice you make at the Elite Four
  • Post-game playable without saving at Elite Four
  • Shiny Lugia has Shadow Lugia colors from XD Gale of Darkness
  • Shiny Dialga has Primal Dialga colors from Explorers of Time/Darkness
  • Shiny Kecleon has purple Kecleon's colors from Mystery Dungeon series
  • Shiny Onix/Steelix have crystal Onix's colors from the anime
  • Fossil revival brings back alternate versions of the fossil Pokémon
  • When reviving fossils, talking to the fossil revival guy a second time before picking up your revived fossil causes the fossil to be shiny
  • Added a special paradox event at Starfall City, inspired by Yume Nikki

Known Bugs
None of these are particularly game-breaking, just odd to encounter and difficult to fix
  • Starting a double battle with 1 Pokémon forces either a fainted Pokémon or a Ditto out
  • Some hidden items just refuse to work properly
  • Using Flash near a portal makes it stop spinning
  • The Deoxys triangle makes the female player's Palette act strangely
  • The female player's palette sometimes acts up around reflective surfaces
  • Opening the Town Map in certain areas places cursor in the wrong area

"It's not a bug, it's a feature!" (Spoiler Warning)
These originated as bugs, but fit the narrative enough to be considered features
  • If Machu Pichu boss battle faints 1 Pokémon, battle immediately ends as if the player won
  • After a scripted Shiny battle, if the player visits Crater or Stellar, the next encounter is shiny
  • Groudon and Kyogre's overworld sprites stay if you catch them.

Pokédex + New Methods of Evolution
1- Bulbasaur
2- Ivysaur
3- Venusaur
4- Charmander
5- Charmeleon
6- Charizard
7- Squirtle
8- Wartortle
9- Blastoise
10- Caterpie
11- Metapod
12- Butterfree
13- Weedle
14- Kakuna
15- Beedrill
16- Hummling (Evolves at level 18)
17- Fairikeet (Evolves at level 36)
18- Peaxie
19- Rattata
20- Raticate
21- Pichu
22- Pikachu
23- Raichu
24- Spearow
25- Fearow
26- Cleffa
27- Clefairy
28- Clefable
29- Nidoran♀
30- Nidorina
31- Nidoqueen
32- Nidoran♂
33- Nidorino
34- Nidoking
35- Sandshrew
36- Sandslash
37- Vulpix
38- Ninetales
39- Alolan Vulpix (Evolves with Icy Stone)
40- Alolan Ninetales
41- Zubat
42- Golbat
43- Crobat
44- Onix (Evolves at level 40 or by trade with Metal Coat)
45- Steelix
46- Paras
47- Parasect
48- Venonat
49- Venomoth
50- Diglett
51- Dugtrio
52- Meowth
53- Persian
54- Dolphry♂ (Evolves at level 33 or by trade with DeepSeaTooth)
55- Triphin
56- Dolphry♀ (Evolves at level 33 or by trade with DeepSeaScale)
57- Narwish
58- Growlithe
59- Arcanine
60- Elekid
61- Electabuzz (Evolves with ThunderStone)
62- Electivire
63- Magby
64- Magmar (Evolves with Fire Stone)
65- Magmortar
66- Machop
67- Machoke (Evolves at level 40 or by trade)
68- Machamp
69- Abra
70- Kadabra (Evolves at level 40 or by trade)
71- Alakazam
72- Tentacool
73- Tentacruel
74- Geodude
75- Graveler (Evolves at level 40 or by trade)
76- Golem
77- Ponyta
78- Rapidash
79- Tangela (Evolves at level 38)
80- Tangrowth
81- Magnemite
82- Magneton (Evolves at level 40)
83- Magnezone
84- Doduo
85- Dodrio
86- Farfetch'd
87- Igglybuff
88- Jigglypuff
89- Wigglytuff
90- Shellder
91- Cloyster
92- Gastly
93- Haunter (Evolves at level 40 or by trade)
94- Gengar
95- Scyther (Evolves at level 40 or by trade with Metal Coat)
96- Scizor
97- Drowzee
98- Hypno
99- Krabby
100- Kingler
101- Voltorb
102- Electrode
103- Exeggcute
104- Exeggutor
105- Cubone
106- Marowak
107- Porygon (Evolves at level 20 or by trade with Up-Grade)
108- Porygon2 (Evolves at level 40 or by trade)
109- Porygon-Z
110- Rhyhorn
111- Rhydon (Evolves at level 55 or by trade or by friendship)
112- Rhyperior
113- Chansey
114- Blissey
115- Kangaskhan
116- Smoochum
117- Jynx
118- Mankey
119- Primeape
120- Staryu
121- Starmie
122- Mr. Mime
123- Pinsir
124- Tauros
125- Magikarp
126- Gyarados
127- Lapras
128- Ditto
129- Eevee
130- Vaporeon
131- Jolteon
132- Flareon
133- Espeon (Use Sun Stone)
134- Umbreon (Use Moon Stone)
135- Leafeon (Use Leaf Stone)
136- Glaceon (Use Icy Stone)
137- Sylveon (Use Shiny Stone)
138- Omanyte
139- Omastar
140- Kabuto
141- Kabutops
142- Aerodactyl
143- Snorlax
144- Articuno
145- Zapdos
146- Moltres
147- Dratini
148- Dragonair
149- Dragonite
150- Mewtwo
151- Mew
152- Chikorita
153- Bayleef
154- Meganium
155- Cyndaquil
156- Quilava
157- Typhlosion
158- Totodile
159- Croconaw
160- Feraligatr
161- Sentret
162- Furret
163- Hoothoot
164- Noctowl
165- Ledyba
166- Ledian
167- Spinarak
168- Ariados
169- Smeargle
170- Chinchou
171- Lanturn
172- Togepi
173- Togetic (Evolves with Shiny Stone)
174- Togekiss
175- Wynaut
176- Wobbuffet
177- Natu
178- Xatu
179- Mareep
180- Flaaffy
181- Ampharos
182- Azurill
183- Marill
184- Azumarill
185- Poliwag
186- Poliwhirl (Evolves into Politoed at level 40 or by trade with King's Rock)
187- Poliwrath
188- Politoed
189- Sneasel (Evolves at level 30)
190- Weavile
191- Gible
192- Gabite
193- Garchomp
194- Wooper
195- Quagsire
196- Misdreavus (Evolves with Dusk Stone)
197- Mismagius
198- Murkrow
199- Honchkrow (Evolves with Dusk Stone)
200- Tyrogue
201- Hitmonlee
202- Hitmonchan
203- Hitmontop
204- Pineco
205- Forretress
206- Dunsparce
207- Gligar (Evolves at level 40)
208- Gliscor
209- Snubbull
210- Granbull
211- Horsea
212- Seadra (Evolves at level 40 or by trade with Dragon Scale)
213- Kingdra
214- Heracross
215- Unown
216- Teddiursa
217- Ursaring
218- Slugma
219- Magcargo
220- Swinub
221- Piloswine (Evolves at level 40)
222- Mamoswine
223- Remoraid
224- Octillery
225- Shuckle
226- Mantine
227- Skarmory
228- Houndour
229- Houndoom
230- Klefki
231- Phanpy
232- Donphan
233- Turtwig
234- Grotle
235- Torterra
236- Chimchar
237- Monferno
238- Infernape
239- Piplup
240- Prinplup
241- Empoleon
242- Miltank
243- Raikou
244- Entei
245- Suicune
246- Larvitar
247- Pupitar
248- Tyranitar
249- Lugia
250- Ho-Oh
251- Celebi
252- Treecko
253- Grovyle
254- Sceptile
255- Torchic
256- Combusken
257- Blaziken
258- Mudkip
259- Marshtomp
260- Swampert
261- Chespin
262- Quilladin
263- Chesnaught
264- Fennekin
265- Braixen
266- Delphox
267- Froakie
268- Frogadier
269- Greninja
270- Lotad
271- Lombre
272- Ludicolo
273- Seedot
274- Nuzleaf
275- Shiftry
276- Taillow
277- Swellow
278- Wingull
279- Pelipper
280- Ralts
281- Kirlia
282- Gardevoir
283- Gallade (Use Dawn Stone)
284- Deino
285- Zweilous
286- Hydreigon
287- Litwick
288- Lampent (Evolves with Dusk Stone)
289- Chandelure
290- Zorua
291- Zoroark
292- Riolu (Evolves with Friendship)
293- Lucario
294- Croagunk
295- Toxicroak
296- Snorunt
297- Glalie
298- Froslass (Use Dawn Stone)
299- Spinda
300- Skitty
301- Delcatty
302- Sableye
303- Mawile
304- Aron
305- Lairon
306- Aggron
307- Meditite
308- Medicham
309- Electrike
310- Manectric
311- Swirlix (Evolves at level 30 or with a Shiny Stone)
312- Slurpuff
313- Inkay (Evolves at level 30)
314- Malamar
315- Tropius
316- Gulpin
317- Swalot
318- Carvanha
319- Sharpedo
320- Wailmer
321- Wailord
322- Numel
323- Camerupt
324- Nosepass
325- Probopass
326- Spoink
327- Grumpig
328- Trapinch
329- Vibrava
330- Flygon
331- Cacnea
332- Cacturne
333- Swablu
334- Altaria
335- Zangoose
336- Seviper
337- Petilil
338- Lilligant
339- Ferroseed
340- Ferrothorn
341- Corphish
342- Crawdaunt
343- Baltoy
344- Claydol
345- Amaura
346- Aurorus
347- Tyrunt
348- Tyrantrum
349- Feebas (Evolves with Beauty or Friendship)
350- Milotic
351- Castform
352- Kecleon
353- Shuppet
354- Banette
355- Drilbur
356- Excadrill
357- Surskit
358- Masquerain
359- Absol
360- Relicanth
361- Makuhita
362- Hariyama
363- Spheal
364- Sealeo
365- Walrein
366- Clamperl (Evolves at level 20 randomly into either Huntail or Gorebyss, or by trade with DeepSeaTooth/DeepSeaScale)
367- Huntail
368- Gorebyss
369- Shroomish
370- Breloom
371- Bagon
372- Shelgon
373- Salamence
374- Beldum
375- Metang
376- Metagross
377- Tortot (Has 7 evolutionary paths)
378- Torkoal (Evolves from Tortot with Fire Stone)
379- Tortide (Evolves from Tortot with Water Stone)
380- Tortundra (Evolves from Tortot with Icy Stone)
381- Tortress (Evolves from Tortot at level 30 if ATK < DEF)
382- Tortremor (Evolves from Tortot at level 30 if ATK > DEF)
383- Tortalus (Evolves from Tortot at level 30 if ATK = DEF)
384- Tortasty (Evolves from Tortot with Shiny Stone)
385- Regirock
386- Regice
387- Registeel
388- Latias
389- Latios
390- Kyogre
391- Groudon
392- Rayquaza
393- Jirachi
394- Deoxys
399- Ghost
400- Dialga
000- Ditto (Ghost)

Legendary + Special Pokémon Locations
Legendary Pokémon:

Articuno - Static encounter inside Icicle Islands, wild encounter inside Icicle Islands
Zapdos - Static encounter inside Power Plant, wild encounter inside Power Plant
Moltres - Static encounter at Mt. Helios, wild encounter at Mt. Helios
Mewtwo - Static encounter inside Solstice Cave after clearing postgame
Mew - Static encounter at Genesis Island, wild encounter at Genesis Island (requires beating elite four twice and getting good ending)
Raikou - Static encounter at Mare Island Underground, wild encounter inside Power Plant, Roaming depending on starter
Entei - Static encounter at Triunfo Road, wild encounter at Mt. Helios, Roaming depending on starter
Suicune - Static encounter at Estrella Island Underground, wild encounter inside Icicle Islands, Roaming depending on starter
Ho-Oh - Static encounter inside Mt. Mythos after clearing postgame
Lugia - Static encounter inside Mt. Mythos after clearing postgame
Celebi - Static encounter at Kronos Island, wild encounter at Kronos Island (requires beating elite four twice and getting good ending)
Regirock - Static encounter at Tierra Town Underground, wild encounter at Tierra Town Underground
Regice - Static encounter at Zero Kelvin Way, wild encounter at Estrella Island Underground
Registeel - Static encounter at Andromeda City Underground, wild encounter at Andromeda City Underground
Latias - Static encounter at Darwin Shoal, wild encounter inside Triunfo Road
Latios - Static encounter at Quasar Cavern, wild encounter inside Triunfo Road
Kyogre - Static encounter at Alpha Abyss, wild encounter at Alpha Abyss
Groudon - Static encounter at Omega Oasis, wild encounter at Omega Oasis
Rayquaza - Static encounter at Delta Beach, wild encounter at Quasar Cavern
Jirachi - Static encounter at Starfall City, wild encounter inside Solstice Cave
Deoxys - Static encounter near Crater City after clearing postgame
Dialga - Static encounter at Eievui Chambers (requires beating elite four twice and getting good ending)

Special Pokémon:

OMANYTE - Revived from Helix Fossil obtained at Nova City, hatched from OMANYTE or OMASTAR egg
KABUTOPS - Revived from Dome Fossil obtained at Mt. Ande, wild encounter at Floot Island
AERODACTYL - Revived from Old Amber obtained at Mt. Ande, wild encounter at Floot Island
Ghost - Wild encounter at bottom floor of Machu Pichu
MISSINGNO. - Wild encounter at Mystery Zone, or by surfing at Estrella Island

Trainer Tips: An easy way to find these is by using Repels on lower-leveled Pokémon

Gen 6/7 Sprites- Layell (X/Y Sprite Project, Sun/Moon Sprite Project)
Gen 4/5 Sprites- Pokémon Diamond/Pearl/Platinum & Black/White
Hummling/Fairikeet/Peaxie- Shiny_Vaporeon/Vaporeon22
Dolphry- The_ShinyMew/The_ShinyMew_2015 (iFunny)
Narwish- SurfingRaichu/SpookyWorld (iFunny)
Triphin- MegaStarizard/Vesper09 (iFunny)
Tortot/Tortundra- Rybread52 (iFunny)
Tortide/Tortress/Tortremor/Tortasty- MegaStarizard/Vesper09 (iFunny)
Tortalus- Aka_Kun/Kazeun (iFunny)
Music help from UmbreonGurl/Umbreon (iFunny)

Tools Used:
Map Editing- AdvanceMap
Text Editing- Advance-Text, XSE
Trainer Editing- A-Trainer
Hex Editing- HxD
Pokemon Editing- Gen III Suite, Pokédex Order Editor, Gen3Tools
Cry Editor- A-Cry
Sprite Editing- unLZ.GBA, Nameless Sprite Editor, OverworldEditorRE
Script Editing- XSE
Shiny Script- Shinyzer
Music Editing- sappy & Mid2Agb
Pixel Art- Microsoft Paint, GameMaker Studio 2, IrfanView
Image Editing- unLZ.GBA, Advance Palette Editor, IconEd, NTME, NSE
Patching- Lunar IPS
Emulator- VisualBoy Advance
Miscellaneous- PokemonGameEditor, ModExe, JPAN's hacked engine, TL's Quick Enhancer

Move Animation Credits:
dreamengine- Ominous Wind, Aura Sphere, Focus Blast, Giga Impact, Iron Head, Poison Jab, Power Gem, Roost, X-Scissor, Wild Charge, Air Slash, Aqua Jet, Bullet Punch, Power Whip
MrDollSteak- Scald, Drain Punch, Dark Pulse, Energy Ball, Dragon Pulse, Brave Bird, Ice Shard, Stone Edge, Shadow Claw, Shadow Sneak, Aqua Tail, Nasty Plot, Avalanche
DoesntKnowHowToPlay- Roar of Time, Earth Power, Bug Buzz, Discharge
Shadowraze- Zen Headbutt
Spherical Ice- Moonblast
Chaos Rush- Night Slash
Garuga17- Flash Cannon
pawell6- Stone Edge (Rock Wrecker's Animation)
BadgerLordZeus- Power-Up Punch
Vaporeon22- Draining Kiss, Play Rough, Dazzling Gleam, Boomburst, Flare Blitz, Razor Shell, Inferno, Horn Leech

Battle Mechanics Credits:
Manekimoney and DarkCyborg- Effort Value vitamins no longer cap at 100, but rather 252
Touched- Limit for effort values changed to 252 from 255
Delta231- Updated to Gen VII paralysis and burn mechanics
blackuser- Updated Volt Absorb to absorb Thunder Wave
HidoranBlaze- Updated Rough Skin to Gen IV mechanics
MrDollSteak and Umbrelava- Updated Sturdy to Gen V mechanics
Chacha Dinosaur- Updated Spite, Protect/Detect, and Blizzard now doesn't miss in a Hailstorm
kleenexfeu and MrDollSteak- Updated binding moves
DoesntKnowHowToPlay- Updated Disable, Enctore, and Taunt
Zeturic- Hidden Power now has a set power of 60 and shows what type it is
chainfire57- Snow Warning replaces Cacaphony as an ability

Miscellaneous Credits:
HackMew- For creating several easy to use hacking tool, as well as the Magma Armor ASM routine and roaming pokemon bug fix
DoesntKnowHowToPlay- For the creation of several useful patches, including the Physical/Special split and showing stats in the dex. Additionally, changing the items available through Pickup
JPAN- For adding several special routines thanks to their hacked engine
jiangzhengwenjz, Li Yun and Dreamaker- For their routine that adds in an EV and IV display screen
The_Learner- For their Quick Enhancer tool that helps display physical/special icons, color natures, and gain EXP from catching Pokemon
FBI- For their infinite TM usage routine
Darthatron- For their B2/W2 Repel ASM routine
Skeli and MWisBest- For making eggs easier to hatch in general
Skeli- For making in-shop TMs being purchasable one at a time
Super Versekr Dark- For making Choice Scarf & Choice Specs
Spherical Ice- For making sideways stairs, EV reducing berries, Ability Capsules, and PC boxes being able to use more wallpapers
Dreamaker- For making Selphy only give out Rare Candies
Jambo51- For making eggs hatch at level 1
kikiyama- Developer of Yume Nikki, which the paradox event takes inspiration from


Map of the Manta Region

Map of Sevii Island Replacements
Based on Hawaii

Based on Southern South America and Antarctica

Based on Galapagos

Different Version Title Screens:


Download (Version 2.0.2):
Age 25
Seen July 9th, 2021
Posted June 28th, 2021
128 posts
2.1 Years
Is this a fakemon hack? I see the hummling just curious.
There's not too many. 3 families total, plus a few I wouldn't explicitly call fakemon


Hummingbird line
Dolphin line
Tortoise line


Fossil Aerodactyl
Fossil Kabutops
OG Omanyte/Omastar
Age 25
Seen July 9th, 2021
Posted June 28th, 2021
128 posts
2.1 Years
Just downloaded it,is my evee starter supposed to be shiny or did i just get super lucky?(playing as the girl character)
Vague spoiler:

The Eevee isn't explicitly scripted to be shiny, but there definitely is something going on. Depends on how adventurous you are at the start of the game.

Explicit spoiler:

Finding Stardust usually guarantees that the next Pokemon is shiny


Currently open for rom hack beta testing.

Age 19
Seen September 3rd, 2021
Posted September 3rd, 2021
438 posts
5.5 Years
i have played your no story version and i didn't hate it. but now i'm most defintly going to play it again in the near future. thanks for completing it.
Rom hacks i support: Pokemon Adventure Red Chapter, Pokemon Gaia, Pokemon Firered Rocket Edition, Pokemon Orange, Pokemon Unbound, Pokemon Masterquest, Pokemon Saffron Version, Pokemon Dark energy, Pokemon Sevii, Pokemon Radiant White, Pokemon Darkfire

Hacks I have beta tested: Pokemon Masterquest, Pokemon Saffron, Pokemon Sevii, Pokemon Aluminum, Pokemon Secret diaries. Pokémon Sors

Currently a Beta Tester for:
Pokémon saffron
Pokémon Sors

IMPORTANT: i'm currently OPEN to ANY rom hacks that need beta testing. PM me on pokecommunity, thanks!
Age 25
Seen July 9th, 2021
Posted June 28th, 2021
128 posts
2.1 Years
This sounds dope. I really liked your intro, glad that you decided to finish an old project. I'm planning on playing this tonight, would it be a bad idea to do a nuzlocke on my first play through?
Thanks! Really appreciate it! I tried to make the gameplay a good balance between being both challenging and not requiring ridiculous amounts of grinding with nuzlocke runs in mind. It definitely helps knowing what you're up against beforehand, but going in blind could prove to be a fun experience.
Age 25
Seen July 9th, 2021
Posted June 28th, 2021
128 posts
2.1 Years
i have played your no story version and i didn't hate it. but now i'm most defintly going to play it again in the near future. thanks for completing it.
Thanks for playing! Glad to have been able to complete this project after such a long time, hope you enjoy the updated game world!