|Well, welcome to Pokémon Iron and Amber Versions, a fangame made by me, Pyrostar.
Please do not edit it without my permission, but you are welcome to comment or talk to me on my userpage. Oh, and try to spot the over 9000 reference hidden within the text!
|November 12th, 2016|
|1-4 players simultaneous|
|Media Included||Cyrogon cartridge|
Pokémon Iron and Amber are a pair of Pokémon games developed by Pyro Enterprizes. They introduce over 350 new Pokémon, approximately 25 new Mega Evolutions, a trio of new types (Plasma, Sound, and Cosmic), and several smaller differences to set it apart from previous games in the series.
The mascot of Iron version is Ferrix, and the mascot of Amber Version is Sectanis.
The story begins with your character customizing the settings on their recently obtained PokéTek Data Storage Device, the game's variant on the Pokétch. This is where the player may enter the character's name, gender, and base customization option such as hair color and skin tone.
After setting the device up, the player character walks downstairs and encounters their brother/sister, who is excited for their first day of living in the Honura region after moving from Unova. The two decide to explore the small town where they now reside in order to get a bearing on the new area.
After exploring the town, the two wander into the Pokémon Lab as the player is introduced to Professor Maple and Professor Willow, the protagonist's parents. After the player's sibling asks why exactly the family moved to Honura, Willow explains that the Honura region is the discovery of several new Pokémon types, and as the original professor of the region vanished, they were called in to replace him. After a short chat, Maple decides to finally give the siblings their starter Pokémon. After choosing between Spizard, Kaplop, and Pyrabbit, your sibling decides to battle you after choosing the dominant type starter.
New Mega Evolutions
|Pokémon||Typing||Ability||Mega Stone||Dex Entry|
|Mega Aegislash||Steel/Ghost||Stance Change||Aegisite||Energy concentrates on the interior of Aegislash's blade, which absorbs the shield. Its arms and eye morph into blue, spectral version of their original appearance, and its armor turns a bright red, possibly due to overheating caused by the energy within. While Aegislash may no longer possess a physical shield, it is capable of using the mysterious energy to form either an energy shield or a blade of energy.|
|Mega Vespiquen||Bug/Fairy||Royal Aura||Vespisite||The energy from the Mega Stone causes Vespiquen's exoskeleton to change, giving it a sleeker, more feminine appearance. It gains larger antennae and a large neckpiece-like object, and its wings grow dramatically larger. Mega Vespiquen gains increased intelligence, and has the ability to control not just Combee, but most other insectoid Pokémon, through mental waves amplified by the neckpiece.|
|Mega Dunsparce||Normal||Wonder Guard||Dunsparite||Energy concentrates on Dunsparce's tail, causing it to grow into a much larger drill-like construct. Its wings seemingly shrivel up, turning into a highly dense mineral that coats its back, drastically increasing its durability in battle. Mega Dunsparce's drill is made of the same material, and it is said that it can use this to bore nests out of any substance, even steel.|
|Primal AZ Floette||Fairy||Ruin||Primal Fragment||Exposure to the Primal Fragment energizes the special Floette with energy from AZ's weapon, charging it to maximum levels of power incredibly rapidly. It gains a small tiara-like structure on its head as well as small wings. However, the biggest change is to its flower, which has morphed into a deadly laser cannon-like staff, capable of discharging primal energy in the form of lasers. It vents off energy, which damages nearby Pokémon as well as humans.|