Pokemon Glazed (GBA)

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Hack Name: Pokemon Glazed
Platform: GBA
Hack Original: Pokémon Emerald
Status: Completed, Beta 7 and Unofficial Beta v9.1, May 12th, 2022
Language: English
Category: PokemonHackGBA
Playable On: Mobile, Pc, Emulator


Today is the day you turn 12 years old, which means that today is the day you get your first Pokemon. But if you had been planning an uneventful journey across the Tunod field, you would have been dead wrong. A mysterious force is putting the world of Pokemon and the real world on a collision course. A mysterious team is lurking around the ruins of ancient Tunod, with a mysterious purpose. You will find your allies in three traveling trainers from the Johto area, as well as the scarfed Pikachu hell-bent on revenge. Are you going to be able to handle it?

List of features

  • Five starters instead of three
  • Travel across the regions of Tunod, Johto, and Rankor
  • Dream World Pokemon
  • Pokemon from the Sinnoh, Unova, and Kalos regions
  • Travel between the Pokemon World and the Real World
  • All five starters are catchable
  • Rematches with trainers, as well as all Gym Leaders
  • All legendaries from Kanto to Sinnoh, as well as eight from Unova
  • New out-of-battle effects
  • Physical/Special Split - Moves do Physical or Special damage depending on the move, not the type!


  • Articuno/Zapdos/Moltres - Upon encountering the Tao Trio, each will reveal a certain feather. These feathers will enable you to battle Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres, upon being taken to their island and shown to them.
  • Mewtwo - After defeating seven Gym Leaders in Johto, a Dragonite will approach you on Route 44, providing information on how to get to New Island, where Mewtwo can be found.
  • Mew - Once you beat the Elite Four of Tunod, return to the top floor of Fusion Labs. You will find Mew there. Having an empty space in your party will allow Mew to join your team.
  • Entei/Raikou/Suicune - After Regina captures Ho-Oh, travel to the top of the Brass Tower. Eusine will be there, and after some dialogue, will leave. Either Entei, Raikou, or Suicune will be at the top of the Bell Tower next time you travel up it, and a random one will appear every time you climb the tower.
  • Lugia - Upon Lugia being released by Pius, a sailor will appear on Route 40, looking for someone with Dive. He will take you to the location of the sunken Whirl Islands, where Lugia will appear.
  • Ho-oh - After freeing Ho-Oh from Regina, it will appear on the Brass Tower's roof.
  • Celebi - After defeating the Johto Elite Four, you will find the Ilex Forest green and thriving once more. Interacting with the Ilex Shrine will cause Celebi to appear.
  • Regirock/Ice/Steel - All are obtainable once you get the HM move Waterfall. A cavern in Mt. Stratus has the entrances to each of them
  • Ruins Of Alph Subquest - In one of the four ruins in the Ruins of Alph, you will enter a chamber that is somewhat different from the other three. Starting from the top of the room, travel counterclockwise around the room. A cave will open. Pressing the switch will activate the Weather Trio events.
  • Groudon - Unfortunately, the hardest one to get. After completing the Lance sidequest (See Heatran), Travel back to Mt. Silver from the Goldenrod Train Station. Battle Red, and if you defeat him, you will be given a Ruby. Take this to the first-floor chamber at the Embedded Tower to battle Groudon.
  • Kyogre - After completing the Ruins of Alph subquest, go to the basement of Slowpoke Well. Interacting with the tablet will cause you to fall to a lower floor, where a Sapphire will be found. Take this to the bottom level of the Embedded Tower to battle Kyogre.
  • Rayquaza - After completing the Ruins of Alph subquest, go into the Dragons Den. Interacting with the tablet will cause you to fall to a lower floor, where an Emerald can be found. Take this to the top level of the Embedded Tower to battle Rayquaza.
  • Latios/Latias - After beating the Elite Four of Tunod, they will begin to wander the Tunod region. They will change location daily, and won't disappear if you knock them out. Talking to Lars, the man inside of the Legendary Pokemon Research Lab outside of Violet City will give you a clue to their location.
  • Jirachi - A snobby girl in one of the rooms at Fusion Resort will make you run many errands for her. Completing them all will give you a Wish Ticket, which can be taken to the right-most sailor in Oceanview City for a trip to Wish Island, where Jirachi will await the player.
  • Uxie/Azelf/Mesprit - At the uppermost peak of the Peaks of Alpha, a white stone stands. Interacting will let you visit one of three islands, each with a Legendary Pixie at them.
  • Penthouse Sidequest - Since this is needed for three Legendaries, I'm placing it on its own bullet point. After defeating Team Fusion at the Ruins of Alph, a drudge will have left behind a Penthouse Key. Bringing this to Fusion Resort on Serenity Isle, you can access the top floor via the elevator. Obtain the Adamant, Lustrous, and Griseous orbs there.
  • Dialga - After completing the Penthouse Sidequest, travel east of Chocco Town. When you get close to the correct spot, the Adamant Cave will open up, where you can battle Dialga.
  • Palkia - After completing the Penthouse Sidequest, travel to the Spatial Sea. When you get close to the correct spot, the Lustrous Cave will open up, where you can battle Palkia.
  • Giratina - After completing the Penthouse Sidequest, travel to Haunted Seaway. When you get close to the correct spot, the Griseous Cave will open up, where you can battle Giratina.
  • Cresselia - Use Roar on the sleeping man outside of Violet City, on Route 31. Defeating him in a battle will net you a Lunar Wing. Bring this Lunar Wing to the Azure Inn, and the Innkeeper will give you a free room in return for it. Sleeping in this bed will bring you to Dreamspace, where Cresselia can be fought.
  • Darkrai - After completing the Cresselia event, visit the VIP Villa in Palmtree Resort. Blake's Darkrai will take you to Dreamspace. After a monologue, it will give you an egg containing a Darkrai. NOTE: If you don't have free space in your party, this egg will be sent to the PC.
  • Regigigas - After defeating, fleeing from, or capturing the other Regis, approaching the central cave will cause it to open. Inside, you will find Regigigas.
  • Heatran - After defeating the Johto Elite Four, travel to the peak of the Johto Victory Road. Lance will be standing at the tip of the mountain. Talk to him to initiate the Lance sidequest, and follow his instructions.
  • Manaphy - Enter a surfing race in Evergreen Town. Getting first place will net you a Sea Jewel. Manaphy will then appear at the Spatial Sea.
  • Arceus - Encounter every Legendary, and he will allow you to his cloud temple at the very peak of Mt. Stratus. The randomly-encountered ones (Latias, Latios, Raikou, Entei, Suicune) are not required.
  • Victini - Continue west of Seaspray Town to Soheal's Strait. Continue to Soheal's House, and defeat him in battle. The prize will be a Victini.
  • Cobalion/Terrakion/Virizion - After they have shown themselves to you, a cave will be opened in the Darkwood Grotto. Upon entering, the three will begin to battle you.
  • Reshiram - After defeating the Tunod E4, The back area of Mt. Furnace becomes accessible. Reshiram can be found here.
  • Zekrom - After defeating the Tunod E4, The roof of the Oceanview Power Plant becomes accessible. Zekrom can be found here.
  • Kyurem - After defeating the Tunod E4, a secret area of Icicle Tunnel becomes accessible. Kyurem can be found here. Taking Kyurem to the Blackwhite Ruins inside of Mt. Mortar will allow you to change its form to White or Black Kyurem. Note that this is not a perfect forme change; All that is preserved is level. Moves taught to it will be lost, EVs will be reset, and IVs will be run

Unofficial Beta v8.7 Patch Notes:

Pokémon changes:

  • Riolu and Lucario now have move-pools similar to gen8 
  • Ekans, Crogunk, Tangala lines level-up sets revamped. Still limited to the Gen3 move pool and will be trash at the endgame, but will be way better early game.
  • Tauros, Mienfoo, and Mienshao now learn Super Power (all Pokémon that learns Close Combat learns Super Power instead in Glazed, and these three can now learn this move in the first DLC update in Sword/Shield).
  • Other various Pokémon had their level-up sets adjusted too.
  • Kyurem has a second ability (a second copy of Pressure, should fix Kyurem who gone through the trade/defuse event).
  • Kyurem Black can now learn Thunderbolt, Thunder, and Thunder Punch via TM/Tutor, and Kyurem White now learns Flamethrower, Fire Blast, and Fire Punch via TM/Tutor (both previously could learn these moves via level-up).
  • Kyurem obtained from form change will now have 30ivs across all of its stats, instead of 4-5ivs.
  • Added a better sprite for Scarfed Pikachu by Ryoncai.
    • Now includes a unique shiny sprite instead of being identical.
  • Updated 20 Pokémon sprites to include 2 frame animations. They didn't exist back in 2019, but now they do and so are included.
    • Mega Pokémon are the only ones without 2 frame animations now. While Salamence and Blastoise have them available, for consistency it's left out with the others.
  • Dark Pulse, Iron Head, Flash Cannon, and Zen Headbutt have been added into the game and added to various move-pools.


  • Cut tree in Oceanview Park moved, allowing access to the grass without needing to backtrack (or more often).
  • Oceanview Park Pokémon updated.
  • Boosted the exp. that the early Pokémon gives a little bit, so grinding will be required less (this was instead of adjusting the super early game levels and having to adjust the rest of the game around that).
  • Early levels for wild Pokémon also adjusted.
  • Trainer levels now appear in the proper order of progression in the early game.
  • The Trainer Lighthouse is way more forgiving (still dangerous for Nuzlokes, but it's no longer a death trap for them).
    • It should be noted that players always had the option to leave at any time, though it's not immediately obvious.
  • Early gym leaders are no longer using super competitive move-sets, which the player is nowhere close to having at those points in the game.
  • HM moves can now be forgotten anytime.

Map changes:

  • Glenwood Town bench fixed. (By restoring the layout from 7b)
  • Chocco Town bench fixed.
  • All/most Johto gatehouses right side entrance fixed.
  • Geminite River is slightly fixed.
  • Bolder in Mt. Stratus moved out of the way.
  • Route 44 is slightly fixed.
  • Pokéball in Milkshake Swamp was replaced with an Antidote.
  • Added fix for Ruins of Alph script not working.
  • Unbroke tiles on Route 44.
  • Fixed movement permission in Cameron's Dojo.
  • Moved doorway over a tile in Mt. Tritorch to avoid a burn spot.
  • Lettucelake Park shrine fixed removed, instead replaced with an off-screen door to do the same thing.
    • Lettucelake Park is where you warp to/from Espo Forest. Though the name goes unused since it's for a cutscene only.
  • Stormy City poll top tile fixed.
  • Fusion Resort Plants fixed.
  • Fixed tile reflection issue in Northcoast City.
  • Tile fixed in Seaspreay Town.
  • Fixed-up wave tile effect in Soheal's Strait (the best it can be without a triple layer).
  • Fixed map edge in Cherrygrove City.
  • Fixed map edge in Glenwood Town.
  • Fixed movement permission in Whirl Islands underwater.
  • Church of Alpha tile fixed.
  • Alpha Isle Gym tile fixed.
  • Donut shop tile fixed.
  • Removed the tv-in-a-table for some Tunod homes. (To go with an earlier fix for Johto houses.)
  • Fixed multiple tiles in the 7th gym.
  • Fixed movement permission in Tunond Safari Zone.
  • Fixed some shadows in Fusion Resort.


  • The player name will now always default to the cannon name of either BRANT or ALEXA, rather than picking 1 of 20 different names to default names from Emerald (that's 20 per gender).
  • Also changed a few random trainers' names so that there are no trainers with identical names.
  • Repointed the sprites of several Pokémon to make them compatible with Hex Maniac, and safe to edit if someone tries to do so.
  • Rearranged the National dex to be in proper order.
    • Like Pokémon appear together in their earliest appearance (So Magby, Magmar, and Magmortor all appear before Pincer). 
  • Type 0 animations, the default/most common, now animate properly
  • Added updated trainer sprites, badges, frontier pass, Trade Stone, and all Donuts by Ryoncai.
    • Plain Donut has been changed to Frosted Donut since Glazed Donuts are nearly identical visually to Plain Donuts.
  • The Pokédex is now evaluated by Prof. Willow, instead of Prof. Birch.
  • Added a sign for the boathouse in Stormy City leading to Trainer Isle.
  • Added to all ferry houses in Rankor an NPC that can take you to Trainer Isle.
  • Added an NPC in Trainer Isle that can take you to Rankor (appears only after you get your gen6 starter in Rankor).
  • Removed reference to Sylveon, who's not in the game.
  • Finally fixed the green text remaining green at the Northcoast City Gym.
  • The sign changed from "Move Relearner" to "Pokémon Club House" since the Nickname Rater and Move Deleter exists there now too.
  • A bunch of text/grammar fixes in multiple areas.
  • Cyndaquil toy's note updated to say Glazed version 8.7
Glazed 9.0 by TrainerX493, Lucbui, Datudou
  • Full revamp of the moves available for all Pokémon, thanks to Datudou (tudou) of Blazed Glazed, based on the latest games.
    • New moves replaced several of the old ones, taking out rarely learned or unviable moves with many staples from the newer games.
    • Every Pokémon had its movepool updated, to match the ones found in the newest game the Pokémon appears in (Brilliant Diamond/Shining Pearl, Sword/Shield, or Ultra Sun/Ultra Moon).
    • A couple of logical changes were applied when needed. For example, Luxray learns its final move at 68, not 80, and keeps Play Rough for coverage.
    • Important trainers also had their moves updated too.
  • Updated Greninja sprite by Ryoncai.
  • Pokémon that normally evolves with a move now evolves at specific levels (instead of semi-random stuff like Sun Stone and such). They are: Lickitung: 33, Tangala: 24, Yanma: 33, Piloswine: 40
  • Fixed more text errors, added a couple more workarounds when scripts don't activate, and a couple small bugs/tile fixes.
  • Moved Crowbat position to the correct spot in the Pokédex.
9.1 Changelog:
  • Wild Wingull/Pelipper now holds Lucky Egg 50% of the time (found as early as Hunted Isle).
  • You first see Bill in the 1st town you reach in Johto, allowing you access to the teleport system right away.
  • Rock Slide tutor added to Geminite Village.
  • Contest stats are all updated, and there are no longer any illegal or legendary Pokémon in contests used by the NPC.
  • BW Repel system added.
  • Eggs hatch at lv.1 in all scenarios.
  • Poison is healed in the overworld once the Pokémon reaches 1 HP (notable for Milkshake Swamp).
  • Eggs are skipped at the Pokecenter.
  • The game runs more efficiently, making it run better on low-end systems and speeds up emulation turbo speed (on my computer, uncapped fast-forward goes from 450% to 650% speed).
  • Gets exp when catching a Pokémon.
  • Critical hit damage is lowered from 2x to 1.5 (the previous update had already changed the crit rate chance to modern rates).
  • Max money increased from
  • Shiny rates changed from 1/8000 to 1/4096.
  • Natures now display what stats they change, along with existing colored nature stats.
  • Underwater movement speed is 2x faster (run speed instead of walk speed).
  • Hidden Power now shows its type.
  • Sturdy now works like newer games (doesn't show a message, but it works).
  • Vitamin cap removed.
  • Move animations updated.
  • Some level-up move tweaks.
  • Late game starters now come at a higher level.
  • Various bug fixes and small tweaks.


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