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Pokemon Zero

Pokemon Zero
Name: Pokemon Zero
Created by: zerokid
Source link/Author’s Website: https://www.pokecommunity.com/showthread.php?t=408960
This game has Fire Red Storyline and you can have new character is Leaf in your journey. Anyway, you can have Mega Stone, Trade Evolve in Game, Z-Move in the future. But, This game doesn’t have Animation Moves, hmm I don’t care about it but some people need it.

Note: You can speed up the game by pressing the ALT key.

Gameplay changes
Slightly reworked story. Some characters play a larger role and Leaf/Red (the opposite gender of who you’re playing as) is also involved.
Most trainers, including Gym Leaders, have updated Pokémon teams to reflect the extra Pokémon in the Extended Kanto Dex. Important battles against your Rival, Gym Leaders etc. will have harder teams than the original games, and later on they will start to use Mega Evolution.
Day and night cycles return and have an effect on a few things, mostly what wild Pokémon you’ll encounter and some evolution methods.
Every Move Tutor move and TM from all generations are available. TMs and Tutor moves exclusive to previous generations are now learnable from various Move Tutors. These Move Tutors will award you some free BP when you first talk to them so that you can learn some of their moves.
The Key Stone, required to initiate Mega Evolution, will be given to you during the story. You will also be able to find or purchase all Mega Stones except for Diancite during your adventure.
The Exp. Share, which functions as it does in Generation VII, will be given to you when you receive the Pokédex.
You can play Voltorb Flip at the Game Corner for Coins instead of the slot machines, if you so wish.
Fight in battles reminiscent of Pokémon Yellow against Team Rocket at various points in the story.
Beating Blaine’s Gym will get you the National Dex.

Pokémon availability
The Extended Kanto Dex contains 276 Pokémon, almost all of which are available before the Elite Four. This includes every Pokémon in the original Kanto and Johto Dexes, as well as every Pokémon related to them by evolution.
Many, many more Pokémon outside of these 276 are available as well during the later stages of the game.
All alternate forms for every Pokémon in the Extended Kanto Dex are included. This includes Mega Evolutions and Alolan Forms.
Alolan Forms are catchable in a special area in the Safari Zone. This area also allows Pikachu, Exeggcute and Cubone to evolve into their Alolan Form evolutions under the right conditions.
The Safari Zone is now just a normal area where you can catch Pokémon without having to play the Safari Game, much like in ORAS.
The special magnetic field required to evolve Magneton is located in the Power Plant.
The Moss Rock required to evolve Eevee into Leafeon is located in Viridian Forest.
The Ice Rock required to evolve Eevee into Glaceon is located in Seafoam Island 1F.
Affection (which is different to friendship) does not exist. Eevee will instead evolve into Sylveon at high friendship while knowing a Fairy-type move. This takes priority over the evolution requirements for Espeon and Umbreon, so if you want one of those two Pokémon, be sure that Eevee does not know a Fairy-type move when you attempt to evolve it. This does not take priority over the evolution requirements for Leafeon and Glaceon, so you will not be able to obtain Sylveon in Viridian Forest or Seafoam Islands 1F.
Pokémon that evolve via trading can instead be evolved by using the Link Cable item on them. Pokémon that need to hold an item and be traded to evolve can instead hold the required item while you use the Link Cable on them.
All evolutionary stones and the Link Cable for trade evolutions can be purchased in Celadon City.
Celadon City is also home to some new stalls where you can purchase Fossils and Incense to obtain even more Pokémon. The Fossil stall will have expanded stock after the Elite Four is beaten.
Other evolution items such as the Magmarizer can be found in the overworld.
The in-game trades have been altered, and now come at a fixed level as in Generation VII.
There are more Pokémon available as prizes in the Game Corner.
The Sevii Islands contain Pokémon not in the Extended Kanto PokéDex.
Silph Co. now has a basement level where Rotom’s form can be changed.
A man in the Seven Island Pokémon Center sells Nectars to change Oricorio’s form.
Not all 807 Pokémon are available so far, but the data for them is programmed in (except for some Generation VII sprites and abilities). Future releases will contain new methods for obtaining more of these Pokémon.

Journey and battle using up-to-date mechanics like the Physical/Special split, the Fairy type, Mega Evolution and Hidden Abilities. Note that Z-Moves are not implemented.
Pokémon have been updated to have their Ultra Sun and Moon types, level-up movepool, stats, abilities and TM/Move Tutor compatibilities. Moves have been updated to function as they do in Generation VII.
Inconsistencies in how Pokémon can learn certain moves are corrected. For example, in the official series the Bellsprout line can learn Leech Life via breeding but not via TM. This has been changed. This even extends to event moves such as Zoroark learning Sludge Bomb and Gengar learning Sludge Wave.
Mega Evolution takes place BEFORE turn order is decided, like in Generation VII.
Experience is handled as in Generation VII: each particpating Pokémon gets the full share of EXP when the opponent faints, and EXP gain is smoothed out so that battling higher level opponents awards more EXP while battling lower level opponents awards less. You will also receive EXP for capturing a Pokémon.
Items function as in Generation VII. The catch rates of Balls, the two stage stat boost from the X- Items and the healing potency of Potions are amongst the updates. Item prices are also largely based on Generation VII, so Ultra Balls cost $800.
The Move Relearner can teach your Pokémon moves with a level requirement higher than its current level, as in Generation VII.
Wild Legendary Pokémon have three random IVs set to 31, like in Generation VII.
Breeding works more-or-less as in Sun and Moon. The Day-Care doesn’t level up your Pokémon, and withdrawing them costs a flat $500. The only difference is with breeding Alolan Pokémon. In Sun and Moon, you’ll get an Alolan Pokémon even if you breed two Kantonian Pokémon. The only way to get a Kantonian Pokémon is to have a Kantonian Pokémon of that evolutionary line hold an Everstone while breeding. However, since this game is set in Kanto, I’ve implemented it the other way around — even breeding two Alolan Pokémon together will result in the Kantonian form unless the Alolan Pokémon of that evolutionary line is holding an Everstone.
Long story short, if you want to breed an Alolan Pokémon, you’ll need to have the Alolan parent be part of the same evolutionary line as the child and hold an Everstone.
e.g. Female Kantonian Sandshrew + Male Alolan Sandslash @Everstone = Alolan Sandshrew

Quality of life changes
A 2x game speed button (ALT).
No limit on the number of different items you can have in your bag.
TMs and the original FireRed/LeafGreen Move Tutors are infinite-use instead of single-use.
HMs are a thing of the past. The moves are still available as TMs or Tutor moves, but the TMs do not allow the use of the move as a field effect. A new Key Item instead fills the role of HMs in a similar manner to Sun and Moon’s Poké Ride feature.
The Day-Care Center on Route 5 now allows you to store two Pokémon to breed, rather than having to wait until the Sevii Islands. The final ledge on Route 5 also has a gap in it to make the Day-Care easier to visit.
Swap Pokémon into your party immediately after capture if your party is full.
A woman in the Celadon Pokémon Center can adjust your Pokémons’ natures, for a fee.

Minor changes
Tackle the Gyms in any order you please (except for the last one). In a future update, I plan to have the levels and teams scale based on how many Badges you already have.
Minor NPC text changes to reflect changes to gameplay, including proper capitalisation and renaming of some Trainer classes like the Ace Trainer.
Pokémon sprites have been updated to Generation V. For Pokémon beyond this generation, suitable fan works of a Generation V style have been used instead. I think the 3DS models of Pokémon do not make a good fit for the style of this game.
TMs are sold in various Marts.
Pokémon cries have been updated to Generation VII.
Badges follow the OmegaRuby and AlphaSapphire mechanics, but have no effect on your usage of HM moves. The first badge makes Pokémon up to Lv. 20 obey, then 30, then 40 etc. The eighth and final badge makes all Pokémon obey.
Premier Balls for buying ten Poké Balls.
Pokémon received from in-game trades come at pre-determined levels, rather than matching the level of the traded Pokémon. This is in line with later generations.
There is no tutorial in the first battle with Blue. If you’re playing this fan game, I’m hazarding a guess that you know your way around a Pokémon battle.
Pokémon Centers have no upstairs (no trading or battling unfortunately).
After getting the Pokédex from Oak, he gives you ten Poké Balls instead of five. This is to help with the fact that there are more species of Pokémon early on and you’re low on money at this point.
You receive the Running Shoes from your mother before leaving the house.
Poké Marts sell items to you based on the number of Badges you have as in later Pokémon games.
No Pokémon catching tutorial from the old man. I figure you already know how to do this.
No Teachy TV. I doubt anyone ever found this thing useful, and it’s too much work to implement such an underused feature.
No profile from the girl in the Pewter City Poké Center. Waste of time.
The Bike Shop’s new sale price for the Bicycle is $10,000,000, to reflect to new maximum money of $9,999,999.
No Fame Checker. Again, too much work for too little gain.
No Powder Jar or Berry Crush.
The Team Rocket Grunt on Nugget Bridge only hands out one Nugget, even if you lose and re-battle him!
The girl who trades one gender of Nidoran for the other in the Underground Path (Route 5-6) will now accept either Nidoran and trade you a Togepi in return.
No questionnaire in the Vermilion City Poké Mart.
There is no requirement to catch a certain number of Pokémon to receive rewards from Professor Oak’s aides.
Celadon Mansion is now called Celadon Condominiums as in Generation IV.
The Know-It-All blackboard describes how trade evolutions can occur via the Link Cable item.
Vending machines have a chance for extra drinks to drop down according to the mechanics in Generation VI.
The Arceus type-enhancing plates can be purchased in Fuchsia City.
Instead of the Exp. Share, the Aide on Route 15 gives out the Lucky Egg instead.
A one-way teleporter has been added to Saffron Gym that takes you from Sabrina’s room to the exit.
Hidden items on Treasure Beach respawn after 24 hours have passed. Same for Berries in the Berry Forest.
The boulders in Victory Road will stay on their switches once moved into place.
Azurill will not change gender when evolving, as in Generation VI and beyond.

Version 0.7
Added: Single Battles at the Trainer Tower are now open for business. Like the Battle Tree in USUM, your Pokémon can be any level, your foes’ levels are 50, and you finish after 20 battles. More modes planned for future updates.
Added: You can now buy new items including all Mega Stones at the Trainer Tower shops. Every Mega Pokémon except Diancie is now available.
Added: A woman in the Celadon Pokémon Center can now adjust your Pokémons’ natures, for a fee.
Added: Meltan and Melmetal have been added to the Extended Kanto Pokédex. Double Iron Bash was added to the game. Meltan is given away by a man near the Viridian City Poké Mart. To evolve it, speak to the girl in the Fuchsia Safari Zone entrance building.
Added: You can now buy more specialised Poké Balls on 4F of the Celadon Dept. Store.
Changed: Tweaked some of the Gym Leaders’ teams.
Changed: Made Trainer Tower a Fly-able location.
Fixed: Fights with Zero now function correctly.
Fixed: Nectar items now have icons.
Fixed: The map boundary in the lower-left corner of Viridian City.
Fixed: Added sprites for all forms of Pumpkaboo and Gourgeist.
Fixed: Damage values of items flung by Fling.
Fixed: Added sprites for Gen VI and VII items that were missing them.

Pokemon Zero

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