Pokemon Sinnoh Legacy is Pokemon Rom hack of FireRed Version by kearnseyboy6. Moves are changed from the game also like Surf now has more power than before. But you cannot learn it until after e4 unless you use cheat codes or something that I can’t remember.
It is available in the English Language and one of the famous GBA Rom we have ever played so far.
Complete Walkthrough of Pokemon Sinnoh Legacy:
The game starts with you playing the role of a 10 year old boy who begins his travels throughout Sinnoh. Pokemon have mutated, to make them stronger. You start off with Pokemon: Chikorita and Pokemon: Charmander. The main objective is to find Pokemon Gym Leaders in Pokemon Sinnoh Legacy and defeat them in order of the Gyms. Also, try Pokemon Supernova Sun Download (Updated)
Later on you can get Pokemon: Snivy from Professor Rowan’s Lab after you’ve first met him at Newmoon Island, post E4 (Elite Four). Pokemon: Tepig evolves into Pokemon Charmeleon at level 16/ 17 + Male only and Pokemon: Oshawott evolves into Pokemon Dewott at level 19 / 20 + Female only. Wild Pokemon battles include;
Trainers and Battles:
New or edited Trainer Battles including;
– Cynthia being a Team Galactic Grunt for the first battle, Pokemon: Lucario Lv. 30
– Pokemon Trainer Crasher and Pokemon Pokemon Trainer Amethyst battling Pokemon: Staraptor Lv. 34
– Pokemon Pokemon Gym Leader Roark battling Pokemon: Roserade LVL 40 and Pokemon: Probopass LVL 40 making a total battle of 6 Pokemon trainers.
The Elite Four are; Champion Cynthia who uses Pokemon: Spiritomb LVL 76, Pokemon Steelix Lvl 78, Salamance Lvl 80 and Garchomp Lvl 82 / 83 (Garchomp has Dragon Rush as its signature move). Other changes to battles include; when you reach the end of Victory Road you don’t get to go straight in the next town like before but instead you must travel through a cave and battles the Pokemon Pokemon Gym Leader Roark to get his Pokemon: Rhyperior. Pokemon Pokemon Crasher also gives you a Pokemon Pokemon Magma Emblem which is unique for every player if not they don’t have the Platinum Version Rom.
Map of Pokemon Sinnoh Legacy:
A map of Pokemon Sinnoh Legacy can be found here http://www.spriters-resource.com/ds/pokemonsinnohlegacy/ (Map by NINTENKER). I suggest that you print it out to help with your game play so that you know where all the new places are, because there are many new areas in Pokemon Sinnoh Legacy. I suggest using VBA or Visual Boy Advance Emulator’s latest version; 1.7 final as it doesn’t crash Pokemon Rom hacks anymore. Pokemon Sinnoh Legacy Pokemon is the first Pokemon hack to have Pokemart shopkeepers sell you Pokemon Pokemon Magma Emblem if you ask for it. Also, try the Pokemon Alabaster Version for free.
There are also many other Pokemon that can be found in Pokemon Sinnoh Legacy; Hoppip, Skiploom, Jumpluff, Yanmega and Furret which has only been seen on Pokemon Jirachi Wish Maker Movie bonus DVD before.
It also includes some of my own made Pokemon like;
Pokemon: Glaceon which is a Normal / Ice type pokemon which evolves from Pokemon: Eevee after being exposed to a Water Stone (This happens automatically when they’re traded. Pokemon: Glaceon cannot evolve into another Pokemon
It’s method of evolution involves spending time in northern climates. It usually hides deep within ice caves, moving around by sliding over the ground. Its coat of fur changes to white for camouflage.
Some new evolutions for old Pokemon. Many Pokemon evolve by leveling up when you’ve reached Level 30 and then use an evolutionary stone on it like;
– Bayleef evolving into Meganium at level 32+ with the help of a Leaf Stone.
– Croconaw evolves into Feraligatr at level 30 with the help of a Water Stone.
A new item called “Magma Emblem” (Pokemon Sinnoh Legacy) which is given to you after defeating Pokemon Gym Leader Roark at Victory Road by Crasher, who stands next to him in victory road if you bring a Pokemon: Magikarp Lv. 20 or higher team. The Pokemon Pokemon Magma Emblem is then used to battle Pokemon Pokemon Gym Leader Roark by using it on him and he will give you Pokemon Pokemon Rhyperior Lv. 40 if you’re successful in defeating him. Also, try Pokemon Clockwork Free (Latest 1.9.0)
You can also get Pokemon Magma Emblem from Crasher by beating the Elite Four. Pokemon Magma Emblem cannot be traded and Pokemon Pokemon Magma Emblem is kept forever. Pokemon Magma Emblem before it was called Pokemon Pokemon Magma Emblem had been known as “Secret Key” in the beginning of Pokemon Sinnoh Legacy but I changed it to something more catchy.
I’ve also included some new hidden items like;
The Phantom Trove which you can find somewhere in Evergrande City, once you get the PokeRadar (Pokemon Sinnoh Legacy) from Pokemon Pokemon Professor Rowan with a special 4 digit password that only me and my friends know. It contains rare items found nowhere else such as: Master Ball, Rare Candy etc… Also there are many other places where never seen before items can be found
We have new Battle Backgrounds in Pokemon Sinnoh Legacy which aren’t just grass anymore, but now include Bricks, Rocks, Sand and a brand new type of background that glows red like lava during trainer battles because Sinnoh has many volcanoes and I wanted to show this off as well without getting rid of the other backgrounds completely from Pokemon Crystal Version. We even customised our own bar tiles for some elements we included like Rustboro Pokemon. Pokemon Battle Frontier Pokemon Magma Emblem and Glaceon.
Pokemon Sinnoh Legacy also includes many more new features, updates and changes to make the game better including Pokemon Crystals new version with Online playing capabilities! You can battle friends or strangers over WiFi from around the world in addition to battling people locally within your own WiFi area. To use this feature we have made it so that you can now trade Pokemon without the need of a Link Cable as well as being able to do it wirelessly via Wifi. All you have to do is take both your DS’s and turn them on going into wireless connections then choose “Nintendo DS” and search for other games that are using Nintendo DS.
Overall difficulty of the game has been increased. Pokemon Gym Leaders and the Elite Four’s Pokemon are stronger than before.
Pokemon Sinnoh Legacy includes a new kind of experience which is called; “Shiny Experience” which you get from defeating wild shiny Pokemon such as Wild Pikachu, Psyduck, Magikarp etc… Shiny Experience can give your Pokemon x2 XP. We also included a new item that promotes breeding called “Breeding Ticket”. It’s received after beating Pokemon Gym Leader Chuck (Pokemon Sinnoh Legacy). I was thinking to put it on top of Mt. Pyre but decided not to because it’s too challenging for the average trainer at that point in time so I wanted my players to have an easier go on their journey.
Pokemon trainer battles have been made more challenging due to Pokemon Pokemon Gym Leaders Pokemon Pokemon Elite Four Pokemon Pokemon Champion Pokemon Pokemon Pokemon Master Trainers etc… have all increased their pokemon levels so they’re not as easy anymore.
The Wild Pokemon in Sinnoh has also increased in level over forty percent compared the Pokemon Gold and Silver Versions from Japan Back in 2001 which was one of my inspirations for making Pokemon Sinnoh Legacy. They can be quite challenging if you choose to just wander into them unprepared.
In total there are around 102 new evolutions, adding up along with the original 250 Pokemon that gives you a grand total of 352 New Evolutions! We’ve taken many different types of evolution-inducing items and we’ve thrown out anything that doesn’t make sense and replaced them with Pokemon that are more relevant to Pokemon Sinnoh. We’ve also decided to get rid of any duplicate Pokemon like the original Gold and Silver Versions from Japan Back in 2001 had.
Pokemon Sinnoh Legacy includes a new custom made move called; “Dawn’s Power” which has been added into the game in place for the move Misty’s Tears because we feel it doesn’t make sense as an item anymore, so we brought out a new move instead. Dawn is my character in Pokemon FireRed Version but I’m not sure why they didn’t include her name on this move, I assume it was simply because she wasn’t given credit at the time or something.
Battle Frontier has been removed. We’ve made the Gyms stronger so they’re more challenging and can give you up to eight badges instead of six like in any previous versions of Pokémon Games. In place of the Battle Frontier we included two new areas called; “Sinnoh Seas” and “Cliff Cave”. If you’ve ever played Sinnoh I think that would have been a good idea to add because then it would have given people much more variety of places to visit, but unfortunately, they didn’t include that feature when making Pokémon Diamond.