Pokemon Fire Red Version
- Never worry about your battery with the battery-less cartridge. Your games will be saved and safe on FireRed and LeafGreen with the internal micro chip.
- Trade, Battle and Chat wirelessly! All new wireless adapter allows trainers to train, battle and chat between FireRed and LeafGreen versions with no cables!*
- Catch loads of Pokemon in the never-before-seen island areas!
- Expand your collection when you trade with a friend. Link up with Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire or Pokemon Colosseum to catch the all.;
Pokmon Firered And Leafgreen
|North American box art for Pokémon LeafGreen, depicting the Pokémon Venusaur. The box art for Pokémon FireRed depicts the Pokémon Charizard .|
Pokémon FireRed Version and Pokémon LeafGreen Version are 2004 remakes of the 1996 Game Boyrole-playing video gamesPokémon Red and Blue. They were developed by Game Freak, published by The Pokémon Company and Nintendo for the Game Boy Advance. FireRed and LeafGreen were first released in Japan in January 2004 and in North America and Europe in September and October 2004 respectively. The games are part of the third generation of the Pokémon video game series and hold the distinction of being the first enhanced remakes of previous games within the franchise.
As in previous games, the player controls the player character from an overhead perspective and participates in turn-based battles. Throughout the games, the player captures and raises Pokémon for use in battle. New features include a contextual help menu and a new region the player may access after a certain point in the story. The games have compatibility with the Game Boy Advance Wireless Adapter, which originally came bundled with the games.
How I Became A Pokmon Card
In the first chapter of How I Became a Pokémon Card, a younger Bill rescues a lost Dratini from an angry crowd and it lives with him for a couple of days, until its father, an angry Dragonite, begins to go on a rampage. Dratini returns home, promising to always be friends with Bill.
|Bill rescued this Dratini when he was young. This Dratini stayed with him until a Dragonite who was Dratini’s father goes berserk. Dratini returns home promising to be with Bill again someday.
Dratini’s only known move is Wrap*.
Bill appears as a supporting character in Pokémon Adventures.
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Pokemon Fire Red Box Art
Hello, Here’s another pokemon box art that i recreated. LeafGreen Version
This was originally made for pixel_dailies for #GBATribute. I thought that it would be a good excuse to make another box art, and the daily aspect helps motivate me to finish it. I have done pokemon yellows box-art, and i thought that i could recycle a lot of that, but the GBA spacing is a bit different, so i just started again.
I had made some changes to this one, the actual box art had some some ‘stickers’ that i didn’t remember and I made the FIRERED text more clear. Charizard is also bobbing up and down, easy animation to add.
Here’s a progress gif, although it’s not that detailed:
Here’s charizard by himself, He could still be improved.
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Pokmon Gold & Silver: The Golden Boys
Bill appears in Gold and Black VS. Team Rocket, where he tells Gold and Whitney all the folklore of Ecruteak City, including the legends of Ho-Oh, the legendary beasts, and the story of the Bell Tower and the Brass Tower. Later, when Bill, Gold, and the Gym Leaders are held hostage by Grey and the other Rockets, he loans his Espeon and Umbreon to Gold and Black.
He reappears in a flashback in Farewell To Pikachu?!.
This listing is for Bill’s Pokémon in the Pokémon Gold & Silver: The Golden Boys manga.
|Espeon was one of the Pokémon that was immune to the radio waves caused by Team Rocket. It was given to Gold for the time being in order to stop Team Rocket.
Espeon’s only known move is Quick Attack.
|Gold and Black VS Team Rocket|
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Pokmon Firered And Leafgreen Versions
- FireRed and LeafGreen redirects here. For the Pokémon Trading Card Game expansion, see EX FireRed & LeafGreen .
|Pokémon FireRed Version|
|Pokémon FireRed Version’s boxart, featuringCharizard|
|Pokémon LeafGreen Version|
|Pokémon LeafGreen Version’s boxart, featuringVenusaur|
|Boxart of Pocket Monsters Firered.|
|Boxart of Pocket Monsters Leafgreen.|
Pokémon FireRed Version and Pokémon LeafGreen Version are a pair of core seriesGeneration III games that are set in the Kantoregion. They were released in Japan on January 29, 2004, in North America on September 9, 2004, in Australia on September 23, 2004 and in Europe on October 1, 2004.
As the first remakes in the Pokémon franchise, the games revisit the original pair of Pokémon games, Pokémon Red and Green Versions. The remakes feature the characters, plot elements, and challenges from the originals, along with several updates introduced in Generation III.
The Game Boy Advance Wireless Adapter was initially included with the games when they were first released, eliminating the need for Game Link Cables when trading between the two games . In later copies, it was sold separately.
The Electric Tale Of Pikachu
Bill appears in Clefairy Tale. He works with Professor Oak researching a colony of Clefairy at Mt. Moon. He was the one to discover the colony of Clefairy and has befriended many of them. Together with Professor Oak and Ash, he assists the Clefairy with an evolution ceremony.
Bill also reveals parts of his past to Ash. In the beginning, Bill only became a Pokémon Trainer because he didn’t like school and wanted to take a leave of absence, but as time went on, he discovered that he deeply cared for his Pokémon. He decided to become a Pokémon researcher after witnessing his Ivysaur evolving into Venusaur.
|When Bill was telling Ash his story about becoming a Pokémon Trainer, a flashback showed his Ivysaur evolving into a Venusaur. This motivated Bill into becoming a Pokémon researcher.
None of Venusaur’s moves are known.
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Original Pokmon Logo And Version
Before anything, you need to get the original image with the Pokémon logo and version. To do so, you will need unLZ-GBA. If you followed my previous Instructable, you should already have it, if not, you can get it from here. Once opened, load your ROM using the “Open File” button. Type in 2009 next to the “Go To” button, then press it. In the top right corner, select “256 Color Mode”, then tick the “Use Black/White” option. Click on the “+” button once or twice, and a black and white picture of the Pokémon logo and the version should appear. If you see a different image, or don’t see any image at all, click on the “Next” and “Previous” buttons a few times to look for the image. If you modded the ROM before, it may have changed location by a few numbers.
Fire Red: 2009
Edit Gba Pokmon Title Screen Logo And Version
This is the second of the series of Instructables that I will be making on Pokémon ROM hacking. You can find the first one here. This Instructable shows you how to change the Pokémon logo and the version . Unlike the first Pokémon Hacking Instructable I made, this one applies to all GBA versions of Pokémon.
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