Pokemon Inclement Emerald (GBA)

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Hack Name: Pokemon Inclement Emerald
Platform: GBA
Hack Original: Pokemon Emerald
Status: v1.13, 28 November 2021
Language: English
Category: PokemonHackGBA
Playable On: Mobile, Pc, Emulator


It offers a modern, more challenging take on the Hoenn region, and is full of quality-of-life improvements, new systems that streamline Pokémon training, and extra events that should freshen things up a little.

Note: mGBA is recommended by the developer.

List of Features


  • Most non-legendary Pokémon from gen 1-7 can be obtained.
  • New ways to find Pokémon keeps the grass from getting crowded – most routes will have eight Pokémon species found in the grass, with more found in Cut trees, sand mounds, and berry trees.
  • Choose any of the regional starters at the start of the game.
  • Pokémon that normally evolve by trading have alternate evolution methods.


  • Inclement Emerald features most new moves, abilities, items, and mechanics from gen 4-7. This includes Mega Evolution, but not Z-moves.


  • Inclement Emerald uses TheXaman’s Pokédex Plus, which shows base stats, learnsets, egg moves, and more, all in-game!


  • Certain fan favorites like Milotic and Flygon can finally mega evolve - complete with custom sprites and cries. Some Gigantamax forms have also been repurposed as Megas.


  • Like Gen 8, all-party Pokémon will get EXP when you battle, and this can’t be turned off. However, it works a little differently:
    • All Pokémon that appear in a battle get 100% of the EXP
    • Pokémon that didn’t battle will get 25% of the EXP
    • Holding an EXP Share increases that to 50% EXP
  • This makes it easier to train a full team and lets your whole party gain EVs quickly.


  • Weather-inducing abilities like Drought and Drizzle create endless weather again, but the damage bonus from sun and rain has been reduced to 20%. The goal behind this was to make defensive weather abilities like Ice Body and Sand Veil better options while reigning in Swift Swim and its clones a bit. It also gives you a chance to play around with mons like Hydration Goodra that would have been much better if they’d been around for the weather wars in Gen 5!
  • Additionally, Ice Types receive a 50% defense boost in Hail. Even though this change is a bit of a meme at this point it really does help all those slow, defensive Ice types!


  • Inclement Emerald features a custom list of 100 TMs, 8 HMS, and 143 tutor moves! Some of these are entirely new, such as Meteor Mash, Quiver Dance, and Freeze-Dry. Note that “only” 126 of these tutor moves are currently available, as some of them are unfinished gen 8 moves.
  • Generic tutor moves are all taught by an NPC found in every Pokémon Center. They’re all free, and you’ll unlock new moves after each badge you earn.
  • Special tutors like Grass Pledge, Blast Burn, and Draco Meteor are found elsewhere and may have extra requirements to be taught.
  • TMs are infinitely reusable.


  • The Rebalanced Version includes changes to base stats, types, moves, movepools, items, and abilities to make many Pokémon stronger. This version also includes a few entirely new moves and abilities. 
  • The Standard Version is currently a WIP and isn’t playable yet. This version removes all changes to base stats, typing, and movepools, but as some of these changes (like the new tutor moves and battle engine changes) are ingrained into the hack and aren't easy to remove, this time it won't be as faithful to the vanilla games.


  • Improved AI – opponents will switch more often, make better decisions, and understand how new moves and abilities work.
  • Trainers and wild Pokémon scale based on your party’s levels, allowing you to skip trainers or tackle optional areas at any time.
  • Every trainer has a custom moveset to ensure the level scaling doesn’t leave them with rubbish sets. Most trainers will simply use level-up moves, but bosses, Ace Trainers, and Veterans will commonly make use of TM, tutor, and egg moves, and some will even use Mega Evolution!


  • Normal Mode: trainers have no EVs
  • Hard Mode: trainers gradually gain EVs as you progress through the game, eventually having full 510 EV spreads. Regular trainers like Swimmers and Fishermen will have “bad” spreads to keep exploring from becoming a slog, but watch out for Ace Trainers!
  • Challenge Mode: This is like Hard Mode, but with two extra rules: the bag can’t be used in trainer battles, and the Shift battle style is disabled.


  • The bag has enough space to hold 999 of every item in the game and has more pockets to make it easier to navigate.


  • Almost all of the CAPSLOCK in the middle of every SENTENCE has been removed.


  • A new Key Item, the Poké Vial, can be used out of battle to fully heal your entire party. Initially, it only has one use, but it’s refilled by healing at a Pokémon Center and can be upgraded with an extra charge later on.
  • When a repel wears off, you’ll be prompted to use another one.
  • Healing items can be used repeatedly, without returning to the bag after each use.
  • Autorun – running is now the default, and you can hold B to walk.
  • You can also hold B to surf faster!
  • New hybrid HM system: you can still use HMs as normal, but there are two alternatives: if a Pokémon can learn an HM move, it will be able to use it in the field without actually knowing the move. Also, whenever you beat a Gym Leader, they’ll allow you to call one of their Pokémon to use an HM move for you, so you can use HMs without having any Pokémon that know the move. This applies to all HMs except Fly and Flash.
  • Get a free Premier Ball for every ten Poké Balls you buy, of any kind!
  • Buy healing items, Poké Balls, etc. in Pokémon Centers. Marts now sell consumable held items like gems and Focus Sashes.
  • Like Sword and Shield, the move reminder, name rater, and move deleter are all one NPC that can be found in every Pokémon Center. You can even rename other trainers’ Pokémon!
  • Friend Balls make Pokémon very friendly when caught - if they evolve via friendship, they'll already be friendly enough to evolve!
  • Dream Balls will give Pokémon their hidden ability when caught.


  • All berry trees have significantly increased yields, and some of them grow much faster.
  • Berries planted on rainy routes or in the Berry Master’s garden don’t need to be watered – they’ll always give you the maximum amount of berries.
  • You can also encounter wild Pokémon when checking a berry tree, with a different set of mons available at each stage of growth.


  • The power training items can be bought in Slateport.
  • EV reducing berries are found early, have massive berry yields, and grow extremely quickly – one hour per stage!
  • Two new NPCs, Evie and Ivy, can painlessly modify your Pokémon’s EVs and IVs. Evie can be paid money to increase EVs and will reset them to zero for free. Ivy will change a Pokémon’s IV to 0, 1, 14, 15, 30, or 31 for the price of a Bottle Cap. She can also change all of a Pokémon’s IVs at once to give them a new Hidden Power type, so you don’t need to know the IV combination for the type you want.
  • The nature changer can be found in Slateport City and will change a Pokémon’s nature for 10 Oran Berries.
  • An improved version of Sword and Shield’s egg move transferral system allows you to pass egg moves between any Pokémon that share an Egg Group – they don’t need to be the same species!
  • The daycare has been updated to modern standards – you can pass down natures, balls, moves, and IVs exactly as you would in Sword and Shield.


  • A few maps, like Petalburg Woods and Scorched Slab, have been expanded with new areas, and there are also a few all-new locations. This helps to spread out Pokémon species and keep grassy patches from getting too crowded. Some of the new maps also serve as homes to Legendary Pokémon that wouldn’t normally be found in Emerald.


  • All Gym Leaders can be rematched daily, and you can choose to battle them in singles, doubles, and with or without Legendary Pokémon. There’s no need to wait for them to call you, simply talk to them after becoming Champion.
  • The Elite Four can also be rematched with the same options as Gym Leaders.
  • Brendan/May can be rematched daily on Route 103.


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Developer: Buffel Saft