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HACK INFOName: Pokemon Magma Ruby 202
INTROMagma Ruby 202 is a far more challenging hack of Pokemon Ruby, where 202 pokémon can be caught.
The reason why I made a hack of pokemon ruby, instead of emerald or even sapphire, is because this would have the most ingame balance of all the third gen hacks. Also, I felt that the villain teams and rival were far to easy and anticlimatic, so this hack does make them a bit more respectable. Some bosses were also rather easy to beat. Plus, the reason why it is a 202 hack instead of a 386 hack, is because there really aren't many 202 hacks. As to why this is a beta, well, I really wanted to implement ev spreads on bosses, but I am horrible with asm.
Another reason why it's ruby, and not emerald and sapphire, is because of the main legendaries you get. Rayquaza is quite overpowered, (especially at level 70 in the original emerald...) and don't even get me started on how brokenly powerful Kyogre is. To put this into perspective, a level 45 Kyogre is more effective at brutally destroying the game than a level 70 Rayquaza.
This hack was made with tools like yape, advancemap 1.92, advanced mart, advancetrainer, etc, and my resource was bulbapedia.
FEATURESAs the title implies, you can catch all 202 pokemon from the hoenn dex… as long as you beat the game though. Day and night is there for atmosphere.
The game is a bit harder than the original, with bosses with full teams, good moves, and wildcards. Route minibosses, joke minibosses, magma grunts, and gym trainers are trickier to beat than the standard trainers found in routes.
Now I am aware that this hack will be compared with hacks like Expert Emerald and other 386 hacks, but there are some differences between Expert Emerald and Beta Ruby in terms of battles
1. Expert Emerald has a lot of double battles for gym fights and elite four fights. This one, apart from one gym leader, does not have double battles, and instead has solid single battles.
2. Most difficulty hacks stick to full monotypes for gym leaders. For the most part of Ruby 202, Gym Leaders do stick to their type, but apart from a few gym leaders, every gym leader has a wildcard to add diversity to the fights.
3. Many gym trainers in Beta Ruby have far more diverse pokemon alongside the lesser representatives of the gym type.
4. Team Magma overall uses a significantly bigger variety of types, not just ground and fire. However, each of them do have relations to land.
5. The Elite Four focus's on strategies according to their bios, as opposed to simply monotypes. However, they do have their ace pokemon.
6. And in addition, there are some additional minor bosses. Most range from joke fights, to slightly tougher route bosses, to secret optional bosses.
7. Absence of EVs.
There is a lucky egg in the trick house as you progress, so there is some incentive to visit trick house. Though the level curve isn't excessive. And the post game has a hidden trick house prize...
BOSS LEVEL CURVESBosses and their levels. (Unless otherwise, all gym leaders and bosses have full teams of six) Some might be double battles, so make sure to have two pokemon with you at all times to avoid glitches, cause I can’t asm to save my life, so there is nothing to protect you if you have one pokemon vs a double battle. Biggest regret though is being unable to implement ev spreads. If that ever happens, expect the update to have them. This is useful if you want to keep an eye on the levels, without spoiling movepools and pokemon. It should be noted that the level curve of the bosses is done based on me simply fighting every single trainer in the game, with a well balanced team, and the most minimal grinding done is done after Wallace, since I am not fond of grinding on wild pokemon. That way, the estimation of grinding for bosses will be minimal, unless someone wishes to beat the level curve.
1. Rival 1 (5)
2. Magma grunt (miniboss, 8x3,9)
3. Roxanne (12, 13,14x3,16)
4. Magma grunt (14,15,15,16)
5. Brawly (16,16,15,16,17,17)
6. Magma grunts (17-18)
7. Rival (18, 19, 19, 20,20,23)
8. Wally (lv 25s)
9. Wattson (28,30,29,29,29,31)
10. Tabitha (36x3, 37,38,39)
11. Maxie (38, 39x2, 40x3)
12. Flannery (44, 42,45,41,43,47) (Fire types are highest leveled)
13. Norman (50,50,48,51,51,53)
14. Courtney (56x5, 57)
15. Rival (58,56x4, 59)
16. Winona (65x4, 68x2)
17. Tabitha (64x3, 65x3)
18. Rival (68, 65x2, 66x2, 69)
19. Tabitha (71x6)
21. Courtney (76x4, 73, 75)
22. Maxie (77x3, 79x3)
23. Wallace (81x2,83x2,86x2)
24. Wally (92x5,95)
25. Elite Four (All level 100) (At this point, you will be able to purchase rare candies that cost a mere $1, so that end game grinding is a non issue)
EARLIER ENCOUNTERSIn this hack, you will encounter earlier and more common wild pokemon than the original ruby. Check the pokedex often to see where to find wild pokemon, and keep in mind that there are separate areas for pokemon.
Many pokemon have improved growth rates, and appear earlier.
Be warned that some of the stronger pokemon, like skarmory and abra, appear rather late, to keep in wild pokemon balance. You can get something like vigoroth and seadra for the whole portion of the game, but won’t get kingdra and slaking until the near end. Again, check your pokedex, you will encounter enemies with big varieties of pokemon. Some pokemon, like legendaries and a select few pokemon won’t even be encountered until after you beat the champion.
You won't be able to get another starter until after the eighth badge unfortunately, so make sure you choice counts.
FISHING ENCOUNTERSEvolution stones a bit earlier, except for water stone, for more powerful water pokemon Earlier Old rod that fishes early water dwellers, examples
Some pokemon have some changes to abilities, level up movepools, and evolutions for balancing purposes.
*Clamperl evolves into Huntail with a moon stone, which appears a bit earlier than the other stones, so that jigglypuff and skitty evolves earlier. That, and gorebyss is better than huntail.
*Clamperl evolves into Gorebyss with a sun stone.
All the other stones, with the exception of the water stones, appear in fallarbor town. The water stone, evolves these pokemon:
*Staryu into starmie
*Lombre into ludicolo
*Feebas into Milotic
*Wailmer into Wailord (who has a massive stat boost and stat rearrangement comparable to arcanine)
*Seadra into Kingdra
As for the remaining legendaries, be sure to check out Battle Tower… However, don’t expect particularly hard fights or interesting pokemon in water routes… cause seriously, that got old fast. Abandoned ship does have a secret boss though in between Norman’s levels and Courtney’s levels. You can get the regi trio after beating Wallace, but be careful, legendaries have lower catch rates. Always check the marts for items. Keep in mind, very few pokemon can use thief or covet. Luvdisc gets both though… At certain points of the game, you can simply rest and refresh yourself. These screenshots display the areas where you can rest and heal your pokemon.
*Graveler evolves into Golem at level 42, same level as rhydon.
*Machoke evolves into machamp at level 50
*Kadabra evolves into alakazam at level 55
ADDITIONAL HEALING SPOTSIn addition, there are some areas you can rest so you don't have to backtrack more than necessary.
All in all, I hope you have fun with this hack if you want a different experience with 202 pokemon.
NOTESInitially, I really do want to put ev spreads on the bosses, but I sadly don't have the capabilities to do so. However, I decided on a new feature. For the sake of challenge, no pokemon in the game gives out evs, and you cannot purchase or find any stat boosting vitamins. This becomes a bit noticable when going through boss fights. You still have badges boosting your stats though. This will encourage you to devise strategies rather than simply overgrinding and just overpowering the opposition.
ADDITIONAL UPDATESIt should be noted that the patch is prone to updating, so make sure you keep in touch.
Some changes to encourage use of less than stellar pokemon, though these aren't the only changes, these are examples:
*Magcargo gets Heat Wave, a move no other pokemon gets. (which is buffed, 30% chance of burn, and 100 accuracy). It also has 120 base special attack, the highest of the fire types. Ninetails has 100 base special attack instead of 81.
*Spinda gets Teeter Dance (which has been altered) and Hypnosis (which has buffed accuracy)
*Chimecho gets Hypnosis, with buffed accuracy.
*Mawhile gets super fang and superpower, at later levels.
*Skitty gets faint attack and double edge earlier
*Linoone gets guts for it's ability (acting similar to quick feet because gluttony does not exist and pickup is a horridly broken ability in Ruby and sapphire)
*Luvdisc gets covet and thief. This can be valuable since every boss has a rare hold item, or at least useful hold item. It should be noted that the majority of the pokemon that used to learn thief, no longer does, so luvdisc can actually fullfill a niche as a thief.
Same goes for Delcatty.
New update has Metagross back on Steven's team.
ATTACHED FILES- Evolution Changes
- In Game Trade Changes
- Level Curve
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