Pokemon Project: Revival (RMXP)

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Game Name: Pokemon Project: Revival
Part Of: PC Pokemon Fan Games
Based On: Pokémon Essentials
Status: v1.1.7, 10 January 2022, Final Major Update
Language: English
Prequel of: Pokemon Blossom of the Soul
Category: PokemonRPG Maker XPFan Game
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Twenty years before the events of Blossom of the Soul, which shook the entire Caracara region, a mysterious Pokémon has foreseen a dark future. To prevent this, it sends a person to try to correct the future. In short, nature is dying, and its effects will have disastrous, long-lasting effects on Caracara. In this story, you will see a clash of modern ideals entwined with the old ideas of the past. Will people have the heart to change the course of history for good? Or are they just so focused on the development and their selfish desires? You'll have to make the choice yourself, soon. Choose wisely.

List of Features

  • More of the Caracara Region
  • Single Pokémon Run - Choose this mode at the beginning of the game, and you'll only be able to choose one Pokémon, without being able to capture more or evolve your chosen Pokémon. 
  • Xpertlocke Mode - A new game mode that is similar to a Nuzlocke, but with some added difficulty. Fainted Pokémon cannot be revived, as usual, however, Pokémon cannot be caught, and must only be obtained by gift or in-game trade. Hatching Eggs is not allowed, either. Once all your Pokémon have fainted, the run is dead.
  • Radical Mode - Another new game mode that restricts the player from using held items or items from their Bag in Gyms or the Pokémon League. The battle style is always put on "Set", even if the option is set to "Switch".
  • Newest Mechanics - Gen. 8 mechanics return. This includes Pokémon, move sets, updated stats, and items! Mega Evolution will also be included in the full game.
  • Multiple Save Files - Multiple save files allow for more playthroughs without having to move your save file or delete your old game. The max amount of saves is 10.
  • The Move Master - The Move Master, in every Pokémon Center, can relearn moves, delete moves, check Hidden Power types, and check friendship levels. Also, he runs the new Pokémon Nursery, which is an improved Day Care, with much quicker ways of getting Eggs.
  • Chapters and Sidequests - Project Revival has a combined total of 50 Chapters and Sidequests. Completing at least 49 of them unlocks a special final sidequest.
  • SOS Battles - SOS Battles from Generation 7 have returned. They may occur during most wild battles after getting one Gym Badge. The SOS Machine can enable or disable them once the player gets the item.
  • Poké Radar - The Poké Radar, using its Pokémon X and Y features, returns. The player can obtain it by completing a sidequest.
  • All Starters Can Be Chosen - All starters from Kanto to Galar can be chosen at the beginning of the game. However, you can only choose one! In the final game, you'll be able to grab the rest later in the game.
  • Exp. Share - It is the same as in Gen. 6 and Gen. 7. It can be turned on or off.
  • Level Cap - A brand-new cap that restricts the player's Pokémon from over leveling by limiting the Exp. gained past the current cap. The Level Cap begins at Lv. 15, and it can be raised by getting more Gym Badges.
  • Birthsigns System - This system has been completely removed.
  • Egg Tickets and Odd Eggs - Exchange these Egg Tickets and get an Odd Egg, which has a 50% chance of hatching a Shiny Pokémon every time.
  • HM Items - HMs are not in the game, as they've been replaced with items like the Pickaxe and Hedge Clippers.
  • EV Resetter - There's an NPC that can reset the EVs of any Pokémon back to zero for 5 Armorite Ore pieces.
  • Overworld Pokémon Encounters - Overworld encounters have been removed, and replaced with the random grass encounters from earlier generations.
  • Unreal Time System - The Unreal Time System has been removed, and the game now runs at the same time as real life. (Your system time technically, which can be changed.)
  • Markings - Markings from Gen. 8 have been added. All Pokémon have a small chance of having a marking. They don't change stats but can be interacted with in the "Ribbons" page of the Pokemon's summary screen.
  • Egg Incubators - Egg Incubators have been added. Now, the player has the choice to put Eggs in the Incubator item. They'll hatch as if they were in your party. Flame Body, Magma Armor, Steam Engine still affect the Egg’s hatch speed.
  • Trade Evolutions - Trade Evolutions have been changed again. Now, instead of simply using the trade item, you'll have to make the Pokémon hold the trade item, then use a Link Stone on it. For example, if you want Onix to evolve into Steelix, make it hold a Metal Coat, then use a Link Stone to evolve it. For Pokémon who simply evolve by trade, make it hold a Link Stone, then use another Link Stone on it.
  • Dropped Items - Wild Pokémon automatically drop their held item if they are defeated (rather than catching it or using Thief/Covet)
  • The Battle Beach - A much-requested feature, the Battle Beach is similar to the Battle Towers of the main series. Win RP (Rad Points), and exchange them for rad prizes!
  • Charms - The Mark Charm, Exp. Charm, Shiny Charm, and Oval Charms are all available
  • Rotom Catalog - The Rotom Catalog can be used to change Rotom's form at any time, just like in Sword and Shield.
  • Cosplay Pikachu & Other Forms - Cosplay Pikachu, a forgotten feature in ORAS, is back in Project Revival, along with the base flavors of Alcremie.
  • Hidden Abilities - Wild Pokémon with Hidden Abilities no longer appear randomly in the wild, now Ability Patches have to be used (Gen. 8 item), available for purchase at the Mondelo Dept. Store in the full game.
  • Phenomenon - The rustling grass, rippling water, dust clouds, and bird shadows from Gen. 5 are added. After the player defeats the Nova Gym and gets a Bedrock Badge, they'll randomly appear. Pokémon have a higher chance to be shiny in rustling grass, and are commonly found with an Egg move. They have a small chance of having two perfect IVs as well.
  • Quicksaving - Press "Q" to quick save to the current slot you're currently playing.
  • Turbo Mode - Press "ALT" to speed up the game. There are three different speeds that you can use. Keep pressing Alt to return to the normal game speed.


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Developer: DrawnToast

Original Source: https://www.pokecommunity.com/showthread.php?t=449399