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My friends and I were prime targets for Nintendo in 1998....already huge fans of their systems and games, in 8th grade, held weekly sleepovers to stay up all night and game. Needless to say, we all got totally caught up in the Pokemon hype that occurred in 1998/99 when the first games landed on U.S. shores. We all started collecting the cards and playing those while watching movies during our sleepovers. We all watched the anime that came on television and we all stood in line and even checked out of school to catch the first pokemon movie (and damn straight we got out free cards!)
So by the time the second generation was coming out, we were hooked! There were sooooo many rumors floating around about every single detail of the game! I know it's tough for y'all to imagine, but imagine ONLY knowing the mechanics of the first game, only the original 15(1), only knowing the black/gray/white of the originals, etc... If you thought the rumors about glitches/ghosts/and other rumors about the original pokemon were prevalent, you have no idea the types of rumors that were going around about the new games! The day/night cycle, weather, pokemon mating & genders, raising baby pokemon, new types of pokemon, new gyms, new characters, new attacks, EVERYTHING!
I even remember getting my hands on a Japanese ROM of the new games and struggling to try and get it to run on my PC as well as even knowing what to do when I was able to get it to run!
I was just curious if any of y'all also live through this era and was curious if you had any stories from this period. Whether it be from enjoying the 1st gen of the games, rumors you heard about the new games, leaked versions you were able to play/see, anything!
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Pokemon Radical Red Guide *NO SPOILERS*

*NO SPOILERS* I will not discuss Trainers/Gym Leaders/Evil Teams or Storyline
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Having just completed Pokemon Radical Red blind (and playing Pokemon FireRed for the first time lol) I wish to give the community some insight on completing the game and having the most fun while going through the Gen 1-8 Pokemon pool, upgrades, quality of life changes and craziness.
  • I had no knowledge of other trainers’ teams until I reached them. (Yes I did and you will too lose battles and be forced to restart)
  • If you’re doing a blind Nuzlocke you will not be having fun, there are many strategies and team building that trainers would use that you won’t be prepared for.
  • What is FUN is you strategizing back at them when you have all the information! You can figure it out mid battle on the fly or on the next attempt. Sometimes you have to sack a mon in order to give someone else a better hit. Do a regular run first if going in blind, then on your 2nd run you could Nuzlocke it.
  • There is a google doc full of information, I personally used it to look up "Pokemon Locations" "Raid Battles" "Items" and "All Pokemon Changes" to know where to get certain things for my playthrough.
As you may know this game is meant to be a difficulty hack, where your team becomes stronger as you progress along with your opponents. Things that you will NOT be doing in this game:
  • Overleveling in order to win
  • Using items during battle like potions, x items, etc.
  • Using Switch Mode to know what your opponent sends out. Mandatory Set Mode.
Your Pokemon needs to be optimized in terms of team building, held items, moveset, natures, evs, and ivs. If you have Competitive Pokemon experience whether it’s Smogon 6v6, VGC, etc. this is nothing new. However, to the casual community this can be daunting at first but the game is made to handle these issues easily. Some Pokemon got buffs making them more viable so I would Ctrl+F in the "All Pokemon Changes" doc to potentially find a new party member.
There is no correct way to team build, you can have a build such as Balance/Hyper Offense/Bulky Offense etc or a theme such as WeatheTerrain/Trick Room/Screens etc. What you catch in game may not always be the best fit or make the final team. When team building this is what I would follow:
  • Smogon is full of sample sets with in-depth explanations that bring the best out of a Pokemon and it will even tell you quality partners to pair with it. You can look at past generation sets such as Sun Moon and XY and modify them to what your team needs.
  • If needed I would use this team builder from Marriland to help with weaknesses and balancing. You can change typing here as well to adjust to new typing.
  • Pkmn.help moveset coverage on offense and defense
Here is how I built my Balance Team:
  • Start with 1-2 Pokemon that you want to build around (I started with Floatzel because the buffs were cool and I wanted to start with a unique pick.)
  • If you don’t know what team you’re building yet your second pick might not complement immediately (I choose Luxray for it’s new typing. At this point I just have 2 mons I like, both strong offensive Physical Attackers access to priority moves)
  • Some ideas to keep in mind for team options:
    • Setup Sweepers are those that can clean up games or clear space for someone else using setup moves Dragon Dance or Nasty Plot etc. such as Salamence or Alakazam
    • Wall Breakers are usually slower with some bulk but have naturally high attacking stats that can punch holes through sturdier Pokemon whether through Choice Items/Abilities/High Base Power Moves without setup such as Melmetal or Charizard-Y
    • Revenge Killers are those that are exceptionally fast and/or have Priority moves and can come in after one of your Pokemon faints to get a kill such as Greninja or Choice Scarf Pokemon like Darmanitan
    • Physically Defensive Wall/Tank such as Corviknight or Slowbro
    • Special Defensive Wall/Tank such as Blissey or Tyranitar
    • Mixed Defensive Wall/Tank such as Clefable or Aegislash
    • Utility in Hazard Setters such as Stealth Rock/Spikes/Sticky Web, WeatheTerrain setters, Status such as Will-o-Wisp and/or Toxic, momentum moves such as U-Turn/Volt Switch/Flip Turn + much more.
    • Other Utility options include Defog/Screens/Status Healing/Status Absorbers/Wish/Protect/Taunt/RoaHaze etc.
    • You DO NOT need everything mentioned above, some things may overlap or run differently than someone else. Alakazam can setup Nasty Plot or it can revenge kill with its natural high speed. Your Aegislash can take hits and Swords Dance. And your tankier mons will share the utility roles.
  • For your 3rd pick it should definitely complement your team, ask yourself how can I make 1-2 work together (I choose Gliscor for it’s bulk that the others didn’t have. Typing gives a Ground/Electric immunity and Fighting/Bug resist that my offensive Pokemon are weak to.) It doesn’t have to be perfect, I still need a Grass and Fairy resist.
  • 4-5 is a bit of trial and error period to round out the team because you don’t want repeating roles unless otherwise. (I was shopping around for a Fire type that can help hit Grass types for the team. In my play through I used Magby for Magmortar but realized that I needed something faster, something that can setup since my other 2 offensive hitters can’t, also should be a Special Attacker. Quiver Dance Volcarona fit the criteria perfectly.)
  • Remember to reassess when you add something and start thinking of move sets and what you need covered. (Looking at the team I wanted Stealth Rocks and needed a Fairy/Dragon/Ice/Water check. In game Rockruff into lead Lycanroc was a starting option, but I’m beginning to round out my team and looking for a Steel type. Bronzong fills out these holes besides a Water resist but a bonus Levitate ability.)
  • #6 is going to be the glue of the team. You probably went a different order than me and your 6th’s purpose will be different, maybe you need more speed or struggle with a specific type. To some the most obscure mon will glue the team together. (In my play through I was catching Pokemon that might help not knowing what my team would look like past Floatzel and Luxray. Now from 1-5 my Water resist is a frail Floatzel for a Volcarona and Gliscor, and only Luxray on offense. Bronzong is already pressured as the main Dragon and Fairy check. A Grass type would solve this issue. However things to note, ideally this Grass type is neutral to Fire, Ghost and Dark along with being a Special Attacker for more variety on the team full of Physical Attackers. I didn’t know it’d be on the final team but Venusaur-M solved a lot of things. With Thick Fat and it’s bulk, also using Special moves, it’s weaknesses in Flying and Psychic are covered by Bronzong defensively with Luxray and Volcarona on offense. And it relieves 1 stress in Fairy from Bronzong by being a Poison type.)
  • No team is perfect and you'll have your weaknesses and Pokemon will have different specific roles every battle.
  • Now to add Items, Movesets, Natures and EVs
What are Natures, IVs and EVs?
  • Natures give a 10% increase to 1 stat while giving a 10% decrease to another (besides HP). You would normally deduct the attacking stat you’re not using to boost 1 of the other 4 stats. Your Machamp won’t be using Special Attacks so you’d go for a -SpAtk Nature such as Adamant which gives +Atk for that 10% boost.
  • IVs are the DNA for Pokemon. You may notice that 1 Pidgey is faster than the other, in the wild IVs are a random number from 0-31 for each 6 stats. In this game you can max out IVs to 31 for some money and there is no downside to this, you want to be as strong as possible. Your opponents will have max IVs too.
  • EVs are a way of buffing your Pokemon’s stats that work similar to skill points in any other video game received from battle. You have 508 usable points to invest in where for every 4 EVs it’ll be = 1 regular stat point. If you want to make your Gengar the strongest and fastest you would invest 252 (max for 1 stat) EVs in SpAtk and Speed. Your EV spreads can be simple like maxing HP and Def on your bulky mon to make it more tankier or there are specific spreads that can make you outspeed certain benchmarks. There are specific spots you’ll run into that give specific EVs upon defeating a corresponding Pokemon making the grind for these points easier (Golduck on Route 24 would give SpAtk EVs.)
    • *Remember to turn OFF your Exp Share or everyone in the Party will get those EVs.\*
  • You can check your IVs and EVs with the Stat Checker key item.
  • There are more in depth guides online non specific to Radical Red as this is in every Pokemon Game. Try googling or Youtube.
Here is how I broke down my team:
  • Floatzel used to run Mystic Water but I realized it’s HP was never needed that Life Orb made sense. Surging Strikes is incredibly strong that other coverage isn’t necessary, Flip Turn for momentum vs resists is fine, and Fake Out + Aqua Jet Priority is amazing.
  • Luxray Volt Tackle/Sucker Punch/Facade are needed. For my last spot it was a toss up from Crunch and Zing Zap both STAB 120 bp. Dark is more spamable than Electric because of Ground having immunity. Dark also hits Ghosts which Facade can’t. Facade is 140 bp no STAB making a strong neutral hit to many and the few that resist both Electric and Dark like Kommo-o
  • Gliscor Earthquake/Roost/Toxic I knew I wanted. Last spot was a tossup of Taunt/Defog/Protect but I found Ice Fang fit the team in the end where it provided Ice coverage that was non existent on someone that will be checking the likes of Flying types and the 4x weak ones like Dragonite/Landorus etc where some are immune to EQ. I found the chip damage valuable in later having someone else defeating these threats.
  • Volcarona Quiver Dance/FlamethroweBug Buzz is self explanatory. This could have been a more bulky EV spread with Roost but I opted for Max Max SpAtk and Speed. Alternated with Giga Drain and Psychic for coverage didn’t know what I needed.
  • Bronzong definitely had Gyro Ball for Fairies and fast threats. Stealth Rock and Toxic for utility and it was to go Max SpDef. I ran Psychic but found Earthquake to hit things I’d be checking like Rock, Steel, Poison, and Electric types.
  • Venusaur has dual STAB in Sludge Bomb and Giga Drain being important for the mentioned Water users. Last 2 moves could have included Sleep Powder but I felt I had status already and good speed control to not run it. Went with Leech Seed and Synthesis for longevity. In hindsight Sleep Powder could have been over Leech Seed.
  • Without knowing what I would be facing every checkpoint I tried to cover as many things as possible.
    • Floatzel can revenge kill with high speed and priority albeit frail
    • Luxray can wallbreak with high Atk and Guts while slow at 70 base Speed
    • Volcarona can setup and sweep it’s role may not always be to sweep
    • GliscoBronzong/Venusaur-M rounds the defense for this Balance Team
Level Caps as of Version v2.1:
  • 15/27/34/44/47/56/57/59/68/73/76/79/80/81/82/85
Places of Interest as of Version v2.1:
  • Nature Swapper in all Pokemon Centers ($7,500)
  • Raids give Pokemon and useful items, also sellables like Nuggets
  • Cerulean City Move Relearner (Mushrooms)
  • Lavender Town Name Rater
  • Celadon Department Store and Game Corner
  • Celadon City Max your IVs ($350,000)
  • Saffron City EVs Reducer (Free)
  • Saffron City Hidden Ability (Bottle Cap)
  • Saffron City IV reducer to 0 useful for Trick Room (Free)
  • Saffron City Change Captured Ball cosmetic (Free changes ball animation)
  • Mega Ring is given as reward
  • Fuchsia Egg Moves Tutor (Heart Scales)
  • Fuchsia Double Wild Battle option
  • Post Surf TM you get Power Items for fast EV training (must find in overworld)
  • Various Move Tutor locations
  • Collecting TMs
You won’t have your team at 100% till the Elite 4. Order of how my upgrades came along:
  • Starting off, IVs will separate a Pidgey from another Pidgey. C rating and higher is good won’t be noticeable early game.
  • Cheapest thing early on is switching Natures found in all Pokemon Centers. Definitely do it especially on Pokemon that will make the final team.
  • Next getting the right ability, switching from ability 1-2 is just a matter of catching the right one or using Ability Pills. Hidden Abilities are harder and might come later depending what method you use like the Bottle Cap one. Dream Balls also give Hidden Abilities.
  • You might have enough for 1x full IV upgrade in Celadon City choose wisely. Your other Pokemon will get the buff eventually.
  • After you get Surf HM you have access to fast EV training spots. I would take this time to reset all your EVs in Saffron City and get the correct spread before moving on. The google doc can help you find the now accessible Power Items.
  • Upgrade your Pokemon’s IVs as you get money and sell stuff. Battle everyone and do Raids.
DexNav:
  • As you may be familiar DexNav is a feature that allows you to locate Pokemon on a Route.
  • Click Start for the Main Menu and click right to access it. Left to go back.
  • Pokemon caught through DexNav can have high IVs, Hidden Abilities and Egg Moves if you have a high Search Level along with higher chance for Shinies.
  • "The odds of finding Hidden Ability is 5% at Search Level 10, 15% at Search Level 25, 20% at Search Level 50, 23% at Search Level 100." -v2.1
Shinies:
  • "The shiny rate in this game is the same as Gen 8, which is 1/4096 and 3/4096 with Shiny Charm." -v2.1
Would recommend catching a Noibat with Frisk as you can teach it Theif to get items you need for services. One example towards the end of the game you may need more money for the IV upgrade and Peliper’s Lucky Egg sells for 5,000 which are easily farmable in Vermillion City. Something with Pickup can be useful that doesn’t lose it on evolution like Pumpkaboo, personally didn’t really find it necessary.
We went from 2 mons I like to a full team that complements each other. You can do it too. You also have the ability of using TMs or even having other Pokemon in your box to swap attacks and party members for each battle if you realize something doesn’t work. In my Elite 4 run I didn’t know what I was facing but I already prepped a well rounded team that I didn’t change anything besides leads and game plan once I’ve learned the strategy, or get a battle on the first attempt I got 1 in the Elite 4 blind.
You don’t have to be a tournament player to have fun, there’s entertaining and informative competitive content out there on YouTube here is an in depth team buidling guide by Joey Pokeaim along with individual movesets. You can play with your friends on Pokemon Showdown battle simulator.
Radical Red was a lot of fun with a change of pace of other fan games and I hope I helped those struggling and maybe taught you something about Competitive Pokemon. Yes this game is hard and you will be thrown curveballs but the enjoyment is winning. It's well delivered on a ROM that everyone is familiar with in FireRed and bringing it up to speed. Official Radical Red Discord. Good Luck!
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