Pokemon Emerald Rogue

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How does it work?
When you go on an adventure, all routes, encounters, and items are chosen procedurally based on your progress through a run. After a certain number of routes, you will come across a random gym leader with a procedurally selected team of their assigned type; as you progress further into a run, gym leaders and other trainers will begin using more difficult setups for their Pokemon. You will have completed the run if you can make it all the way to the champion and defeat them!

When you finish or fail a run, you will return to a hub area where you can buy permanent items and catch new “starter” Pokemon to use in the next run.
As you progress through the game, more buildings/NPCs in this hub area will become available for use in preparing for the next run.

How long does a run take?
It can vary based on how thorough you are, but in the author’s testing, a complete run usually takes between 3-4 hours of in-game time.
There is a quick save option (REST in the menu) which lets you put the game down mid-run and return however be warned this does not allow save scumming.

Randomly chosen routes
Procedural items, trainers & wild encounters
Hub area with unlockable buildings/NPCs
Character customization
Multiple game config settings e.g. prevent over leveling, trainer difficulty, double battle mode
Seeded mode, with individual config settings (useful for multiplayer races)
Galarian Forms
Mega Evolution (In Battle)
Rare legendary encounters
Mart contents change as you progress
Safari zone allows you to capture mons you have previously used on runs and use them as the “starter” mon
Post-game settings (Can be accessed early if you can find the secret room



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