Pokemon Royal Emerald (GBA)

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Hack Name: Pokemon Royal Emerald
Platform: GBA
Hack Original: Pokemon Emerald
Status: 0.9.5
Language: English
Category: PokemonHackGBA
Playable On: Mobile, Pc, Emulator


This is basically Yet Another Emerald hack, meaning there are mostly only gameplay changes to Vanilla Emerald and very few map/story changes.

List of Features

  • Pokémons from gens 1-6, for a Pokédex of 196 mons.
  • PS split and moves from gens 4-6.
  • A gen 6 updated type chart.
  • Some edits in movepools, stats, types, evolution methods, and abilities.
  • New TMs, which now have infinite uses and can't be sold.
  • Increased difficulty by making the level curve a bit steeper, and giving the opponents evolved mons with good movesets 
  • And many new events, event edits, a few map edits, and several other miscellaneous changes.

Things Removed:

  • The Game Corner.
  • Move Tutors.
  • Rock Smash encounters.
  • Flash.
  • The last Wally battle at Victory Road.


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Extended Changes and Features

Updated moves:

  • Several moves from Gens 4/5/6 have been added. I won't give you a list of those, but here is a list of moves I modified. Note: Power-Up Punch and Dazzling Gleam have been renamed to Power Punch and Magic Gleam due to space issues. Also, Phantom Force is PhantomForce for the same reason.
  • Two custom moves: Aqua Charge, a Water-type physical move that has 65BP, 100% accuracy, and 20 PP. And Nose Dive, a Flying-type physical move with 75 BP, 90% accuracy, and 15 PP that has a 30% chance to make the foe flinch. The latter can be learned only by Gyarados, at level 38.
  • Cut is now Grass-type and has 100% accuracy.
  • Fly, Dig, and Dive now have respectively, 90, 80, and 80 Base Power.
  • Vine Whip has 45 BP and 25 PP.
  • Bulldoze and Discharge now just hit both foes.
  • Jump Kick now has 100 BP and 10 PP.
  • Zen Headbutt has 100% accuracy.
  • Cross Poison has 90 BP, 15 PP, and can no longer poison the foe.
  • Tackle has 40 BP and 100% accuracy.
  • Pin Missile has 25 BP and 95 accuracies.
  • Blizzard has 80% accuracy.
  • Scary Face has 100% accuracy.
  • Absorb has 30BP.
  • Growth now increases both Atk and SpAtk and increases them by +2 if used during sunlight.
  • Petal Dance, Outrage, and Thrash have 120BP and 15PP.
  • Fire Spin, Bind, and Sand Tomb have 35 BP.
  • Toxic has 90% accuracy.
  • The elemental fangs no longer have a chance to make the foe flinch.
  • Smog has 30 BP and 70% accuracy.
  • Waterfall now has a 30% chance to make the foe flinch.
  • Hurricane's accuracy doesn't depend on the weather anymore and has 80 accuracy and 10% confusion rate.
  • Hi-Jump Kick now has 130BP and 10PP.
  • Glare has 90% accuracy.
  • Dream Eater now works like Giga Drain, and it has 75BP and 10 PP.
  • Poison Gas now has 90% accuracy.
  • Leech Life now has 30 BP.
  • Bubble now has 40 BP.
  • Ominous Wind, Ancientpower, and Silver Wind now have 15 PP but only a 5% chance of increasing stats.
  • Crabhammer now has 100 BP and 90% accuracy.
  • Thief and Covet now have 60 BP.
  • Power Gem has 80 BP.
  • PhantomForce and Wild Charge have 100 BP.
  • Zap Cannon has 120 BP.
  • Fury Cutter has 20 BP.
  • Flare Blitz can no longer burn the target.
  • Iron Tail now has 85% accuracy.
  • Rock Smash has 50 BP and a 30% chance to lower defense.
  • Will-o-Wisp has 85% accuracy.
  • Charge now raises Attack and SpAttack, like Work Up.
  • Knock Off has 65 BP.
  • Extremespeed has +2 priority.
  • Rock Tomb has 60 BP, 90% accuracy, and 15 PP.
  • Bullet Seed now has 25 BP.
  • Rock Blast now has 90% accuracy.
  • Aerial Ace has 75 BP.
  • Bug Bite now steals the foe's item, like Thief and Covet.

Stat changes:

  • Sandslash's speed was raised from 65 to 85.
  • Onix's attack was raised from 45 to 65.
  • Snorunt: 60 in every stat instead of 50.
  • -Bonsly and Sudowoodo's stats mirror those of Mime. Jr and Mr.Mime respectively, and they have the same BST :
  • Bonsly: 60/70/90/25/45/20
  • Sudowoodo: 90/100/120/45/65/40
  • Rapidash: 80/105/70/65/80/115
  • Qwilfish: 85/95/75/55/75/85
  • Spinda: 65/85/65/85/65/105
  • Kecleon: 80/100/80/80/120/40
  • Torkoal: 80/90/140/90/80/20
  • Mawile: 50/105/125/55/95/50 (Yep, those are Mega Mawile's stats)
  • Manectric's attack was raised from 75 to 85.
  • Absol's SpA and Speed were both raised from 75 to 90.
  • Absol and Skarmory's catch rates were raised to 45.
  • Emolga: 65/75/60/85/60/115
  • Seviper: 80/100/60/100/60/70
  • Zangoose: 75/115/60/60/60/100
  • Cradily: 94/81/104/91/108/43
  • Rayquaza: 95/140/80/140/80/85 (Each of its stats was lowered by 10)

Type changes:

  • Mismagius is now Ghost/Fairy.
  • Mr.Mime is now pure Psychic. (As it was in vanilla Emerald..)
  • Masquerain is now Bug/Water.

  • Evolution changes:

  • Rotom now evolves into Rotom-W (Wash), Rotom-H (Oven), Rotom-C (Mower), Rotom-F (Freezer), Rotom-S (Fan) by using, respectively, water, fire, leaf, moon, and sunstone. The forms can't evolve back into regular Rotom.
  • Azurill evolves into Marill at level 14, and Marill evolves into Azumarill at level 25.
  • Cleffa evolves into Clefairy at level 16.
  • Golbat evolves into Crobat at level 38.
  • Swadloon evolves into Leavanny at level 30.
  • Rufflet evolves into Braviary at level 36.
  • Kirlia evolves into Gallade by using a Sun Stone.
  • Munchlax evolves into Snorlax at level 40.
  • Seadra evolves into Kingdra at level 48.
  • Snorunt evolves into Froslass at level 42. (This is subject to change.)
  • Onix evolves into Steelix at level 37.
  • Feebas evolves into Milotic at level 20.
  • Tangela evolves into Tangrowth at level 40.
  • Mime Jr. and Bonsly both evolve at level 25.
  • Burmy evolves into Mothim only and at level 10. (Burmy in this hack are 100% male, and Wormadam isn't in it.)
  • Mienfoo evolves into Mienshao at level 35.
  • Porygon evolves into Porygon2 at level 30, which then evolves into Porygon-Z at level 45.
  • Piloswine evolves into Mamoswine at level 48.
  • Rhydon evolves into Rhyperior at level 54.
  • Lampent evolves into Chandelure with a Fire Stone.
  • Phantump evolves into Trevenant at level 40.
  • Budew evolves into Roselia at level 18, which then evolves into Roserade with a Leaf Stone.
  • Houndour evolves into Houndoom at level 30.
  • Misdreavus evolves into Mismagius at level 40.
  • Joltik evolves into Galvantula at level 28.
  • Sliggoo evolves into Goodra at level 50, regardless of the weather.

Movepool changes:

  • Many Pokémon can now learn some new moves. These moves are learned through TM unless stated otherwise.
  • Note: This list is only for moves that Pokémon couldn't learn through any way before. For example, Avalugg can now learn Icicle Crash but you won't find this on the list because Avalugg could learn Icicle Crash as an egg move before.
  • Every grass-type can learn Earth Power.
  • Delphox can learn Focus Blast and Energy Ball.
  • Liepard can learn Magic Gleam and Thunderbolt.
  • Diggersby can learn Superpower.
  • Hoothoot/Noctowl learns Hyper Voice at level 41/49 and Hurricane at level 50/61.
  • Deerling can learn Cut.
  • Leavanny can learn Brick Break.
  • The Azurill line learns Aqua Charge at level 25/27/28.
  • Trevenant can learn Drain Punch and Thunderpunch.
  • The Tyrunt line can learn Superpower and Earth Power.
  • The Tynamo line learns Aqua Charge at level 26/28/28.
  • Grotle can learn Rock Tomb.
  • The Mudkip line learns Aqua Charge at level 23/24/24.
  • The Azurill line learns Fairy Wind at level 5.
  • Talonflame learns Drill Run at level 1 and Blaze Kick at level 35.
  • The Ralts line learns Fairy Wind at level 1.
  • Breloom now learns Spore and Close Combat at levels 49 and 53, respectively.
  • Spinda learns Petal Dance at level 37 and Outrage at level 53.
  • Gligar and Gliscor can learn Fly.
  • Crobat learns Crunch at level 38.
  • Gyarados learns Crunch at level 41.
  • Gallade learns Focus Energy at level 27.
  • Druddigon can learn Thunderpunch.
  • Golett/Golurk learns Dizzy Punch at level 17.
  • Koffing/Weezing learns Nasty Plot at level 45/54.
  • The Tynamo line learns Acid at level 10.
  • Leavanny, Empoleon, Sandslash, Gliscor, Hawlucha, Braviary, Heracross, Absol, Talonflame, Drapion, Flygon, Whimsicott, Zangoose, their subevos, and Gallade can learn Air Slash.
  • Vibrava/Flygon learns Dragon Dance at level 54/59.
  • Ferrothorn can learn Superpower.
  • Electrike/Manectric learns Flame Burst at level 28/30.
  • Mienfoo/Mienshao learns Blaze Kick at level 41/45 and Power Whip at level 57 (Mienshao only)
  • Pangoro can learn elemental punches and Superpower.
  • Alomomola learns Curse at level 1, Aqua Charge at level 25, and Revenge at level 29.
  • The Poliwag line learns Aqua Charge at level 20 and Poliwrath learns Close Combat at level 60.
  • Cottonee/Whimsicott learns Nasty Plot at level 49.
  • Emolga learns Heat Wave at level 1 and Nasty Plot at level 53.
  • Houndoom learns Extrasensory at level 1.
  • Milotic learns Calm Mind at level 47.
  • Hawlucha learns Brave Bird at level 62.
  • Avalugg learns Iron Head at level 1, Icicle Crash at level 58, Explosion at level 63, and also can learn Superpower.
  • Skarmory learns Drill Run at level 45.
  • Goodra learns Curse at level 1 and can learn Drain Punch and the elemental punches.
  • Hitmontop learns Blaze Kick at level 1.
  • Feebas and Magikarp both learn Water Gun at level 10.
  • Seviper learns Revenge at level 24 and Gunk Shot at level 50.
  • Galvantula learns Zap Cannon at level 1.
  • Lileep/Cradily learns Power Gem at level 51/57 and Cradily learns Growth at level 1.
  • Rotom-W/H/F/C learns Bubblebeam/Flame Burst/Aurora Beam/Energy Ball at level 1.
  • Rotom-S learns Hurricane at level 54.
  • Qwilfish learns Aqua Charge at level 25, Gunk Shot at level 57, and Icicle Crash at level 1.
  • Froslass learns Icicle Crash at level 1, Calm Mind at level 48, and PhantomForce at level 60.
  • Weezing learns Gunk Shot at level 60.
  • Trevenant learns Shadow Sneak at level 1.
  • Misdreavus/Mismagius learns Moonblast at level 55/60.
  • Croagunk/Toxicroak learns Gunk Shot at level 50/56.

Ability changes:

  • Some Pokémon got their dream world ability, while some got new abilities they can't have in the vanilla games; only the latter are shown in this list:
  • Note: Nothing has the ability Sturdy anymore, as OHKO moves no longer exist.
  • Rotom-S's (Fan) ability is now Soundproof.
  • The Piplup line's primary ability is Thick Fat.
  • The Chimchar line's primary ability is Vital Spirit.
  • The Pancham line's ability is Guts.
  • The Marill line has only Huge Power as an ability.
  • Masquerain has Levitate as a secondary ability.
  • Sigilyph's ability is now Trace.
  • Froslass, Golett, and Golurk's ability is now Levitate.
  • The Zubat line now has Soundproof as a primary ability.
  • Skarmory now has Battle Armor.
  • Delphox's secondary ability is Synchronize.
  • Bunnelby only has Pickup, while Diggersby only has Huge Power.
  • Fletchling and Fletchinder's ability is now Keen Eye.
  • Gallade now has Trace and Synchronize as abilities.
  • Octillery has Hustle as a primary ability.
  • The Croagunk and Lileep lines now have Water Absorb as a primary ability.
  • Alomomola now has Natural Cure.
  • Electrike line now has Intimidate as a primary ability.
  • Emolga's primary ability is now Volt Absorb.
  • Seviper now has Intimidate as a secondary ability.
  • Zangoose now has Guts as a secondary ability.
  • Druddigon now has Hyper Cutter.
  • The Goomy line now has Sticky Hold (primary) and Rain Dish as abilities.

New TM list:

  • TM List: (TMs that aren't on this list are unchanged.)
  • TM01: Drain Punch
  • TM02: Bulldoze
  • TM03: Magic Gleam
  • TM04: Will-o-Wisp
  • TM05: Shadow Claw
  • TM07: Avalanche
  • TM08: Substitute
  • TM09: Power-Up Punch
  • TM10: Scald
  • TM14: Superpower
  • TM15: Focus Blast
  • TM20: Signal Beam
  • TM21: Ice Punch
  • TM23: Aqua Tail
  • TM25: Grass Knot
  • TM28: Energy Ball
  • TM32: Stone Edge
  • TM37: Rock Slide
  • TM38: Swords Dance
  • TM40: Air Slash
  • TM42: Thunder Wave
  • TM43: Fire Punch
  • TM46: Earth Power
  • TM47: Work Up
  • TM48: Zen Headbutt
  • TM49: Thunderpunch

Major enemy levels and Gym leader info:

  • Some Gym leaders have been changed:
  • -Roxanne now uses Normal-type mons.
  • -Brawly uses the ground type.
  • -Norman uses the fighting type.
  • -Tate & Liza use Psychic and Dark types.
  • As for the E4, the members aren't specialized in one type anymore (more like 2-3 types).

Level curve:

  • Roxanne: 14-15
  • Rival battle at Rustboro: 15-16
  • Brawly: 19-21
  • Rival battle at Route 110: 20-23
  • Wattson: 25-28
  • Maxie battle at Mt.Chimney: 32-34
  • Flannery: 34-36
  • Norman: 37-39
  • Rival battle at Route 119: 38-41
  • Winona: 44-46
  • Final rival battle: 45-48
  • Maxie battle at Magma Hideout: 50-52
  • Tate & Liza : 53-55
  • Maxie & Tabitha : 54-56
  • Archie: 56-58
  • Juan: 58-60
  • Sidney: 62-64
  • Phoebe: 63-65
  • Glacia: 64-66
  • Drake: 65-67
  • Champion: 68-70

  • Note: The trainers on Routes 126, 127, and 128 should be fought before fighting Tate &Liza. The trainers on Routes 129-134 are of higher level and should be fought after finishing Seafloor Cavern.

Glitches and annoyances:

  • You can buy multiple TMs (Yes, you have no reason to do so, so just don't mash the A button when you do your TM shopping and you'll be fine.)
  • Not exactly a bug, but to get the Regis, you now need an Octillery instead of a Wailord. Also, Dig is no longer a TM, so you'll need a mon of the Sandshrew/Onix/Trapinch/Sandile/Bunnelby lines since all of those learn Dig between levels 29 and 37.
  • Hawlucha's sprite is unedited as of yet. (Hawlucha has Bellossom's sprite ...yes, you shouldn't use it for the time being, unless it doesn't bother you.)
  • The trade screen is totally glitched out and ugly. Fortunately, it lasts all of one second. The rain graphics are also glitched out a bit, but it's nowhere near as bad as the trade screen.
  • Cries are currently unedited.
  • Move animations are currently unedited, although most new moves have been given animations that aren't TOO unfitting.
  • Sometimes, when you catch a new Pokémon, its dex entry will look glitched out. It doesn't freeze and you're free to look at the dex entry afterward. EDIT: This happens when your Pokémon levels up from catching the wild but doesn't learn a new move.
  • An old man in Rustboro will give you a mon after you get the stone badge, but he'll give it only if your starter is unevolved.

Developer: Malik

Original Source: https://www.tapatalk.com/groups/nuzlocke_forum/royal-emerald-t10280.html