Pokemon Energized Emerald (GBA) Download

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Pokemon Energized Emerald

Pokemon Energized Emerald is a GBA Rom Hack Based on Pokemon Emerald developed by Land0fChocolate. The hack offers an improved and extended gameplay experience, enhanced storyline, and graphics while retaining the original game’s theme. The alterations were made with the intention of making the game more enjoyable while still providing a fair challenge.

Download Pokemon Energized Emerald GBA Rom Hack

  • Name: Pokemon Energized Emerald
  • Remade by: Land0fChocolate
  • Version : v1.0.8
  • Based on: Pokemon Emerald
  • Language : English
  • Source: pokecommunity

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Gameplay Change

Pokemon Energized Emerald introduces a major gameplay change where each Pokemon can now have up to three abilities active simultaneously. This leads to more exciting and complex battles with a variety of mechanics to consider. The game balance has been adjusted accordingly, with some Pokemon benefiting greatly from the multiple ability feature, while others do not. For instance, Gulpin now has the Corrosion ability, allowing Poison moves to be super effective against Steel types. Additionally, new abilities and moves have been added to further enhance the Pokemon’s themes and battle performance. For example, Loudred’s Volume Up ability increases the damage dealt by sound-based moves, and Gardevoir can now use the Singularity move to defend with black holes.

Apart from the battles, there are many quality of life improvements in Energized Emerald. HMs are no longer necessary to navigate obstacles, and only a compatible Pokemon and a badge are required. Players can also significantly reduce their grinding time with the help of stronger vitamins, an IV buffing service, and buyable Rare Candies.


Pokemon Energized Emerald features a revised storyline that includes more elements from ORAS, and a brand new story continues after defeating the Pokemon League. The overworld has been updated, providing players with more vibrant urban areas, intricate dungeons, and entirely new areas where they can encounter Pokemon not available in the original Emerald. The game offers a total of 416 Pokemon, including all Gen 1-3 Pokemon and their respective evolutions and pre-evolutions.



  • Many post-Generation 3 features from Pokeemerald-expansion are included, such as physical/special split, fairy types, new moves, items, Pokemon species, and regional variants.
  • Access to all Pokemon from Generations 1, 2, and 3, including those with pre- and post-Gen 3 evolutions.
  • Availability of many regional variants of Gen 1, 2, and 3 Pokemon.
  • Availability of non-Hoenn Pokemon after beating the Pokemon League.
  • A total of 416 accessible Pokemon species (excluding regional variants).
  • Pokemon can have up to three active abilities, depending on their species.
  • Many Pokemon have updated ability sets to better fit their theme and gameplay, including Gulpin with Corrosion and the Regis with Filter.
  • Vanilla abilities have been updated to make them more useful and compatible with the new multi-ability change.
  • Moves that work around abilities have been updated for multiple abilities.
  • The Pokemon summary screen now shows all of a Pokemon’s abilities and descriptions with the A button prompt.
  • New moves and abilities have been added.


  • Many vanilla moves have been adjusted.
  • Changes to level-up, egg learnsets, TM learnsets, and tutor learnsets of Pokemon.
  • Pokemon will attempt to learn a new move upon evolution.
  • Hoenn move tutors can teach their moves endlessly.
  • New tutor moves added, similar to what was available in future generations.
  • A few Pokemon have base stat buffs to better fit their theme and gameplay.
  • HMs have been removed, and Pokemon can use the HM field commands without needing to learn the move, only requiring the relevant badge and a compatible Pokemon species.
  • Pokemon EVs and IVs can be viewed in the summary screen by pressing the L and R buttons.
  • Wild encounters have been adjusted to allow for double battles, higher-level Pokemon in certain areas, and the availability of all Legendary and Mythical Pokemon to be repeatedly acquired.
  • Fossils can be repeatedly acquired.
  • Level-up requirements of many Pokemon have been tweaked, with starters evolving a little later and Pokemon with unnecessarily late evolutions evolving earlier.
  • A tradeback guy has been added in Lilycove, providing a service for players to trade Pokemon with themselves and trigger trade evolutions.
  • Some Emerald changes have been reverted to how they were in Ruby/Sapphire, including Steven being the champion and Wallace being a gym leader, and Prof. Birch being chased by a Poochyena instead of a Zigzagoon.
  • Opponent Trainer parties have been updated, and new opponent Trainer classes have been added.


  • Opponents in Contests have updated movesets and Pokemon species.
  • Contest moves have been updated to be more like Gen 6.
  • Battle Frontier changes:
  • Opponent Pokemon list updated with new Pokemon, items, and moves.
  • Battle Palace is now inverse battle themed.
  • Battle Dome has updated move scores.
  • Battle Factory has updated opponent tips.
  • Battle facilities give more Battle Points.

Map and Graphics

  • Map layout changes, including new areas to explore with new Pokemon in the post-game.
  • New overworld sprites and graphics.
  • Graphical updates to many existing overworld sprites and environments.
  • Various story changes, including aspects from ORAS and an entirely new post-game story.

Gym Leaders

  • Roxanne trades evolution stones for fossils.
  • Brawly can give a random shard daily.
  • Flannery can EV train one of your Pokemon daily.
  • Winona gives a rare berry daily, with the variety depending on what Legendary Pokemon you have in your party.
  • Tate and Liza grant access to Jirachi.
  • Gym Leaders have their own places

Pokemon Energized Emerald New Moves

  1. Flint Blade:
  • Type: Rock
  • Power: 80
  • Accuracy: 100%
  • Increased critical hit ratio
  • Can be boosted by the Swordmaster ability
  • Added to the Battle Frontier move tutor list
  • Learned by Leafeon, Onix, Steelix, Omanyte, Omastar, Kabuto, Kabutops, Aerodactyl, Anorith, Armaldo, Rhyhorn, Rhydon, Rhyperior, Aggron, and Seviper.
  1. Blaze Impact:
  • Type: Fire
  • Power: 100
  • Accuracy: 100%
  • Reduces the user’s speed by one stage
  • Added to the Battle Frontier move tutor list
  • Learned by Growlithe, Arcanine, Ponyta, Rapidash, Flareon, Quilava, Typhlosion, Entei, Torkoal, Charmander, Charmeleon, Charizard, Combusken, Blaziken, Numel, Camerupt, Vulpix, Ninetales, Houndour, Houndoom, Groudon, Phanpy, Donphan, and Absol.
  1. Singularity:
  • A protect move that lowers the speed of foes who make contact by one stage
  • Learned by Gardevoir upon evolution.
  1. Serpent Dance:
  • Increases the user’s special attack and speed by one stage
  • Added to the Battle Frontier move tutor list
  • Learned by Seviper, Milotic, Serperior, Dunsparce, Ekans, Arbok, Huntail, Gorebyss, Rayquaza, Gyarados, and Furret.
  1. Ice Tusk:
  • Type: Ice
  • Power: 100
  • Accuracy: 95%
  • Increased critical hit ratio
  • Learned by Walrein and Mamoswine.
  1. Hidden Thorns:
  • Type: Grass
  • A Stealth Rock move that replaces Stealth Rock if it is already on the field
  • Added to the Frontier move tutor list
  • Learned naturally by Roselia, Roserade, Cacnea, and Cacturne.


Download the patch for V1.0.8 here!

To apply the patch, utilize the ROM patcher tool and select a Pokemon Emerald ROM, preferably a Pokemon Emerald Trashman ROM.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR EXISTING PLAYERS: The V1.0.5 update alters the ROM’s name. If you have previously played an earlier edition of Pokemon Energized Emerald, you may need to rename your save file to proceed with it. Change the file name from “pokeemerald.sav” to “EnergizedEmerald.sav.”


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