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Pokémon Chaos and Order Versions
Pokémon Chaos Logo
Pokémon Order Logo
Developer(s) GameFreak
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Platform(s) Nintendo 3DS
Genre(s) RPG
Release Date(s)
TBA
Age Rating(s)
ESRB: E
PEGI: 3

Pokémon Chaos and Order Versions are the upcoming paired version in the Pokémon series, being part of generation VII succeeding Pokémon X and Y and Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire from generation VI.

Story

The player takes the role of the hero character, and can decide their name and gender, and select an appearance for their character. It is the player's 14th birthday, and two of their friends are visiting, Tye and Jaylin. They say that since they are all 14 now, they should get a Pokémon from the professor. After obtaining a Pokémon, they all battle each other; Jaylin's Pokémon will be of the type that resists the player's, while Tye will choose the Pokémon that is weak against the player's.

After this, they all set off to travel to the next town; depending on what gender the player chose, Dave or Davinia will stop them, introduce himself or herself as the assistant of the professor, and explain battling and catching Pokémon, while providing them of 5 Potions and 5 Poké Balls. After she leaves, Tye and Jaylin walk into the grass starting to fight wild Pokémon. The player can now freely walk around Route 1, toward Menosin Town. After arriving there, Dave or Davinia appears again, explaining the Poké Center to the player.

Before the player can challenge the gym, they must first find the gym leader, Aria, who is not at the gym at that moment. The player must go on Route 3 to find her on the end, facing two people who intend to take her Emolga from her. The player engages in a double battle with her, and after defeating the two, they run away. Thanking the player, Aria walks off and can now be fought in the gym.

If the player defeats Aria and tries to leave the town, Jaylin appears, challenging the player to a battle. If she is defeated, she will leave again, after giving the player a Mining Kit. This can be used to make Secret Bases, and mine items from the wall, as in Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Versions.

Features

Controls remain largely the same as before; the player can use the B Button to run, and is able to buy a bicycle later on in the game, which will make them able to ride up muddy hills and also simply move them around faster. After the 7th gym, the player can upgrade their bike and will be able to do tricks on it, much like the Acro Bike from Hoenn; however, this is limited to only hopping forward, rather than also sideways or while turning.

Similarly to Join Avenue in Pokémon Black and White Versions 2, there is a shopping mall (name is Poké Avenue by default) run by the player; it was originally run by Mom. The player will be able to give the mall a name and invite some visitors into making their own small shop in a specific area, these shops sometimes have small minigames to be played when the player goes there. The player will also have the task of recommending shops to customers. The mall also includes regular shops much like a Poké Mart, where regular items can be bought, functioning similarly to the department stores in other regions. Friends and Acquaintances may show up or unlock more shops or items as well. The contest hall is located in the mall as well, although the player does not have to help customers here.

The game also includes three save slots, as opposed to only one as in previous Pokémon games.

Various type matchups have also been changed:

  • Ghost no longer resists Bug.
  • Flying no longer resists Grass.
  • Fairy no longer resists Bug.
  • Water no longer resists Ice.
  • Grass now resists Rock.
  • Ice now resists Grass.
  • Ice now resists Water.

Pokémon

For the full regional Pokédex, see Regional Pokédex
# MS Name Typing
001 MSkani Selapin Grass
002 Grass Rock
003 Grass Rock
004 Fire
005 Fire Electric
006 Fire Electric
007 Water
008 Water Ghost
009 Water Ghost
010 MSplumpajay Burubiru Normal Flying
011 Normal Flying
012 Normal Flying
013 MSlarvetter Larvetter Bug
014 Bug
015 Bug Psychic
016 Normal Water
017 Normal Water
018 161MS Sentret Normal
019 162MS Furret Normal
020 172MS Pichu Electric
021 025MS Pikachu Electric
022 026AMS Raichu Electric Psychic
023 Beavale Fighting
024 Avagan Fighting
025 677MS Espurr Psychic
026 678MS Meowstic Psychic
027 Gultz Poison Rock
028 Terrasmug Poison Rock
029 041MS Zubat Poison Flying
030 042MS Golbat Poison Flying
031 169MS Crobat Poison Flying
032 524MS Roggenrola Rock
033 525MS Boldore Rock
034 526MS Gigalith Rock
035 261MS Poochyena Dark
036 262MS Mightyena Dark
037 Ground Steel
038 Ground Steel
039 190MS Aipom Normal
040 424MS Ambipom Normal
??? Felux Electric Ice
??? Netocat Electric Ice
??? Felectrois Electric Ice
??? Klainka Dark Ghost
??? Crelevac Poison Electric
??? Ninjenni Dark
??? Merkerai Dark
??? 582MS Vanillite Ice
??? 583MS Vanillish Ice
??? 584MS Vanilluxe Ice
??? Vanillitz Ice Grass
??? Ghost Water
??? MSchicadell Ghost Water
??? Koratto Electric
??? Nokatto Normal Fighting

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