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Pokemon Kanlara Adventures

Pokemon Kanlara Adventures
Name: Pokemon Kanlara Adventures
Remake From: Pokemon Fire Red
Remake by: Sakakii
Source – Credit on Pokecommunity: pokecommunity.com/showthread.php?t=409964
Description:
Kanlara is the region where you were born. You spawn here, and you meet up with your childhood friend and rival. You are informed that the Professor wants to see the both of you.
At the Lab, Professor Woke lets you know that apparently, Kanlara is under attack by a group known as Team Rocket.
You recieve your first Pokemon, and together you and your rival set out on your adventure.
Your goal is to become the best trainer you can, but also to put a wrench in Team Rocket’s plans and make sure they’re put in their place.
Later, it becomes apparent that Team Rocket is gaining too much power, and the entire fate of Kanlara will rest on your shoulder as you embark on your path towards the final battle, that will decide it all…

Features:
variety of Pokemon from Gen 1-7 that can be caught or battled
Exciting plot that gets dark at times but ultimately, comedy prevails
Mostly original maps, made with the beautiful Gen 3 tileset
Game scales up to level 100 making for some epic late-game battles
New TM list + a huge chunk of new moves from Gen 4/5 added to the game such as Scald and
X-Scissor

Bugs/oddities
Flying is awkward
Because some of the maps were based off the Sevii Islands, meaning you
can’t Fly to them from a town on the regular map, so you have to walk. Luckily the region is small
and fairly easy to traverse (There are no forced wild encounters, for example, all grass can be avoided)
Majority of NPC inside buildings as well as outside in some towns have default FRLG text
Sheer laziness on my part
Movelists are not 100 % accurate to the original games
There are a some TM eligibility issues, I have fixed a lot but there is still more to go.
New moves use old animations and some new moves are not what you would expect
Quiver Dance, Shell Smash, Coil, they’re all copies of Dragon Dance. Still good moves!
Gen 4+ abilities have not been implemented
Meaning Aegislash gets Levitate YAY!

Helpful notes (contains minor spoilers)
– The Pikachu will not be amused until you bring a Magnet with you
– The Pikachu has stronger stats than a regular Pikachu, and learns
an original move at Lv. 64
– You can get the Light Ball if you talk to a guy in the house just above the western exit in Wanlara City
– There’s a guy inside the big apartment block in Kaji City.
Talk to him, and he will ask you if it’s day or night.
If you tell him it’s night, you trigger an event in Haunted
Mansion.
– Rock Smash is needed for progression after the 5th Gym.
You get this HM in one of the houses in the Town.
– The final boss Pokemon (you’ll know what it is when you see
it) uses 4 custom moves. These are not very fair, but maybe
you can find a weakness. (There’s a list for these moves
at the bottom)
– Revive’s can not be purchased. Instead, most Legendaries hold either a Revive or a Max Revive.
So try to catch as many as you can. Also, there are some Revive’s as Pokeball gifts in the region.

Lists (Contains minor/major spoilers, click at own risk)
TM List:
Replaced:

Water Cannon with EWGF
Frenzy Plant with Hell’s Gate
Blast Burn with Hellsweep
Mega Kick with Steel Pedal
Comet Punch with Iron Head
Mega Punch with Stone Edge
Pay Day with Dragon Pulse
Detect with Dark Pulse
Whirlpool with Flash Cannon
Sandstorm with Brave Bird
Jump Kick with Drain Punch
Secret Power with Shadow Sneak
Razor Wind with Nasty Plot
Triple Kick with Aura Sphere
Kinesis with Air Slash
Frustration with Poison Jab
Present with Bug Buzz
Rolling Kick with Close Combat
Submission with Power Whip
String Shot with Shift Gear
Bonemerang with Gear Grind
Splash with Mirror Shot
Lovely Kiss with Roost
Sky Attack with Discharge
Mimic with Bullet Punch
Bone Rush with Scald
Bone Club with Zen Headbutt
Karate Chop with Ominous Wind
stockpile with Mud Bomb
spit up with Rock Wrecker
swallow with Aqua Jet
sunny day with Shell Smash
rain dance with Bug Bite
hail with Smart Strike
dive with Shadow Claw
ice ball with Rock Polish
luster purge with Hurricane
mist ball with Energy Ball
water sport with Quiver Dance
mud sport with Coil
Volt Tackle new move: Mega Bolt
doom desire with Attack Order
cosmic power with Defend Order

TM List:
01: Energy Ball Desc: 48772D
05: Bug Bite Desc: 48683A
07: X-Scissor Desc: 48328B
11: Stone Edge Desc: 482946
18: Dark Pulse Desc: 485C66
20: T-Wave Desc: 483E80
21: Poison Jab Desc: 48621B
32: Rock Polish Desc: 48787A
34: Scald Desc: 485CB0
37 = Flash Cannon
39: Rock Slide Desc: 4851AD
41: Drain Punch Desc: 482E83
43: Smart Strike Desc: 486D1C
44: Will-O-Wisp Desc: 486DF2
45: Shadow Claw Desc: 4875E5
48: SD Desc: 482B94
49: Roost Desc: 484D85

Forbidden moves list (heavy spoilers you have been warned.):
Electric Wind God Fist: EWGF
BP: 180
Type: Electric
Acc: 100
PP: 25
Effect: Flinches 100 % of the time
Desc: The user perfoms an
electrified uppercut,
always results in a
flinch.

Hellsweep
BP: 140
Type: Fire
Acc: 100
PP: 25
Effect: Priority (1)
Desc: The user dives low
then trips the
opponent with its
legs. Goes first.

(Demon) Steel Pedal
BP: 160
Type: Fighting
Acc: 100
PP: 25
Effect: Flinches 50 % of the time
Desc: The user spaces
out the foe, then
kicks. High flinch
chance.

Hell’s Gate
BP: 180
Type: Flying
Acc: 100
PP: 25
Effect: High crit chance
Desc: The user takes the
foe to the sky, then
drops them.
High crit chance.

This game is completed but it has some bugs!

Srceenshots:
Pokemon Kanlara Adventures
Gameplay:

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