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Pokemon DynamicRed and SereneBlue Versions
Developer(s) KinglerMaster (tbc)
Game Freak
Publisher(s) Nintendo
The Pokemon Company
Platform(s) Wii U
Genre(s) Role-playing game
Release Date(s)
November 10th, 2017
Story Mode
PokePad Apps
Mystery Gift
Age Rating(s)
ESRB2013E Cero a YfgPEGI 3.svgUSK 6

Pokemon DynamicRed and SereneBlue Versions are secondary remakes of Pokemon Red and Blue Versions for the GameBoy. They are the first games to remake a game that has been remade previously; the original paired versions have been remade with Pokemon FireRed and LeafGreen Versions for the GameBoy Advance.



Changes from Red, Blue, FireRed, and LeafGreen Versions

  • The game's graphics are updated to utilize the HD capabilities of the Wii U. Therefore, this game has more detailed and realistic battles than any Pokemon game before.
  • Features that have been introduced from Pokemon Emerald to now are part of the game. This includes the physical-special split, the Fairy and Cyber types, and Mega Evolution.
    • Additionally, some Pokemon movesets and information have been altered to fit with Pokemon's current information.
  • Trainer customization returns; this is the first time it has appeared in a remake. Aside from the typical skin color, hair color, and clothing customizations, there are now more customizations for extra details such as eye color, hairstyle, and the inclusion of a mustache/beard.
  • Difficulties are included in the game. Currently, the existing difficulties are Easy, Normal, Challenge, and Veteran Modes. All but Veteran are default; Veteran is unlocked by completing the game (both main-game and post-game).
  • The game now supports up to five game files to play in. One is for any difficulty; the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th are for Easy, Normal, Challenge, and Veteran Modes respectively.
  • A new device known as the PokePad has been added to the game. It functions similarly to its predecessors (the PokeGear, PokeNav, Poketch, and C-Gear), featuring apps for the player's convenience. Some noteworthy apps include Pokemon Amie, Super Training, and DexNav.
    • Some previous Start Menu modes (Pokedex, Trainer Card, and Options) have been incorporated into the PokePad.
  • The Start Menu is now on the Thermo Z/Wii U's touch screen; it can be switched with the PokePad for predominance. It is now more cyber and modern-looking than before, it features three sections, all with neon lights on and around them; Pokemon in blue, Bag in yellow, and Save in pink.
  • The Kanto Pokedex has now been updated to become the New Kanto Pokedex; this Pokedex features all evolutions and pre-evolutions of Kanto Pokedex Pokemon introduced in Gens II, IV, and VI, giving it a new total number of 183 in the Dex. This is different from FRLG's dex as it was identical to Generation I's version.
  • The Day Care on Route 5 has been updated to match that of recent Pokemon Day Cares; it features up to two Pokemon being raised at a time, and supports breeding.
  • Similarly to Pokemon Yellow and Pokemon HeartGold and SoulSilver, the player's Pokemon can follow the player around (although in Yellow it was restricted to the starter Pikachu). However, unlike the Johto remakes, certain Pokemon (particularly certain sea or river-dwelling Pokemon) can only follow the player in certain environments; for example, Wailord can follow the player in water, but nowhere else. If the lead Pokemon cannot follow the player in the current environment, then the player will not have any Pokemon follow them. When Pokemon follow the player, it increases their friendship twice as much as them simply walking with them in their PokeBalls would.
  • The auto-run option from Pokemon HeartGold and SoulSilver has returned.
  • A new quick-save option has been added, allowing you to save briefly during occasions such as battles and cutscenes.
  • The Fighting Dojo now offers Hitmontop alongside Hitmonlee and Hitmonchan. After beating the game, the player can re-challenge the Dojo to get the other two.
  • In Silph Co., Porygon can be given to the player from one of the Scientists. This is now the only way to obtain Porygon in Kanto; it is no longer given to the player from the Game Corner.
  • The Elite Four, Team Rocket Admins, and Giovanni now seem to have in-depth knowledge of Mega Evolution and have their signature Pokemon Mega Evolve.
    • Additionally, the player's main rival, Blue, also has some small knowledge as he was informed by the Elite Four after becoming Champion; therefore, his starter now Mega Evolves into the Mega Evolution opposite of that version's mega (so Mega Charizard Y/Blastoise X/Venusaur X in DynamicRed, and Charizard X/Blastoise Y/Venusaur Y in SereneBlue).
  • The first three Elite Four members (Lorelei, Bruno, and Agatha) can be fought in any order; however, Lance will always be fought last.
  • Gym Leaders can be rematched once the player has obtained their phone numbers (with the exception of Giovanni, who does not give out his phone number). Their rematch Pokemon and levels are determined by how many badges the player has, as well as their point in the game (main game, post game, or after post game).
  • The player character opposite of the player's gender is now the player's secondary rival.
  • Professor Oak can now be fought after completing the Hall of Fame. The level of his Pokemon increase with each fight.



  • The player now obtains their Starter Pokemon out of needing to do an errand for Oak (which is retrieving his parcel). This is similar to the reasoning of the player obtaining their Starter Pokemon in the Johto games.
  • The player's Dad is now reported to be alive, but in an unknown location.
  • Viridian Forest has a small side-quest that involves protecting some Bug Catchers from some hostile Weedle, Kakuna, and Beedrill. The side-quest ends with the player fighting a L10 Beedrill.
  • The player no longer receives an Old Amber at the Pewter Museum, and instead receives a Hard Stone. The Old Amber is instead obtained from the Super Nerd in Mt. Moon; he now says that if the player wants it, they must fight him for it. However, he will always be fought regardless, implying that he just wants to fight rather than have the player prove their strength.
  • Team Rocket Admins are now fought, starting in Mt. Moon.
  • Misty is now found in the same area Bill's house is; however, to reach the area she's standing, they must have Bill activate a special code to open the gate blocking the path. Therefore, until Bill is saved, the player cannot fight Misty.
  • The S.S. Anne is no longer said to return once a year, likely covering up the fact that it never returns after it leaves.
  • The Pokemon Tower now features Double Battles with Elite Four member Agatha, who joins the player in their quest to save Mr. Fuji. Throughout the quest, Agatha speaks of her relations with other major characters, such as the other Elite Four members and Professor Oak.
  • Upon saving the president of Silph Co., Lance says that you are "a trainer with full potential", and teaches you the secrets of Mega Evolution. After teaching you, he gives you a Mega Stone depending on your starter and version.
  • The Pokemon Mansion is no longer mandatory to enter Cinnabar Gym; it, however, plays a role in the post-game.
  • Lance now confronts the player in front of Victory Road, handing them an Aerodactylite.


  • The Sevii Islands have been opted out completely. However, they are mentioned by some NPCs.
  • Johto has been added as post-game content, replacing the Sevii Islands.





Starter Pokemon

Pokemon DynamicRed and SereneBlue Versions offer three Starter Pokemon for new players in Kanto; Bulbasaur, Charmander, and Squirtle.

Kanto Region Starter Pokemon
Bulbasaur, the Seed Pokemon
Types: GrassPoison
Charmander, the Lizard Pokemon
Type: Fire
Squirtle, the Tiny Turtle Pokemon
Type: Water

Version Exclusive Pokemon

Some Pokemon are only available in DynamicRed Version, whereas some are exclusive to SereneBlue Version.

The following Kanto Pokemon are version exclusive:

DynamicRed Pokemon Type SereneBlue Pokemon Type
023MS Ekans Poison 027MS Sandshrew Ground
024MS Arbok Poison 028MS Sandslash Ground
058MS Growlithe Fire 037MS Vulpix Fire
059MS Arcanine Fire 038MS Ninetales Fire
043MS Oddish GrassPoison 069MS Bellsprout GrassPoison
044MS Gloom GrassPoison 070MS Weepinbell GrassPoison
045MS Vileplume GrassPoison 071MS Victreebel GrassPoison
182MS Bellossom Grass
054MS Psyduck Water 079MS Slowpoke WaterPsychic
055MS Golduck Water 080MS Slowbro WaterPsychic
199MS Slowking WaterPsychic
123MS Scyther BugFlying 127MS Pinsir Bug
212MS Scizor BugSteel
239MS Elekid Electric 240MS Magby Fire
125MS Electabuzz Electric 126MS Magmar Fire
466MS Electivire Electric 467MS Magmortar Fire

The following Johto Pokemon are version exclusive:

DynamicRed Pokemon Type SereneBlue Pokemon Type
167MS Spinarak BugPoison 165MS Ledyba BugFlying
168MS Ariados BugPoison 166MS Ledian BugFlying
198MS Murkrow DarkFlying 200MS Misdreavus Ghost
430MS Murkrow DarkFlying 429MS Misdreavus Ghost
227MS Skarmory SteelFlying 458MS Mantyke WaterFlying
226MS Mantine WaterFlying

The following Pokemon are more common/naturally available in a certain version, but can be obtained in both:

DynamicRed Pokemon Type How To Obtain (Other Version)


Pokemon Type How To Obtain (Other Version)
013MS Weedle BugPoison Wild 010MS Caterpie Bug Wild
014MS Kakuna BugPoison Wild 011MS Metapod Bug Wild
015MS Beedrill BugPoison Evolve Kakuna/Event 012MS Butterfree BugFlying Evolve Metapod
032MS Nidoran♂ Poison Wild 029MS Nidoran♀ Poison Wild
033MS Nidorino Poison Wild 030MS Nidorina Poison Wild
034MS Nidoking PoisonGround Evolve Nidorino 031MS Nidoqueen PoisonGround Evolve Nidorina
090MS Shellder Water Trade 120MS Staryu Water Trade
091MS Cloyster WaterIce Evolve Shellder 121MS Starmie WaterPsychic Evolve Staryu
138MS Omanyte WaterRock Post-Game Gift 140MS Kabuto WaterRock Post-Game Gift
139MS Omastar WaterRock Post-Game Gift 141MS Kabutops WaterRock Post-Game Gift

Pokemon League

Kanto Gym Leaders

The Kanto Gym Leaders are tough trainers that specialize in a specific type, and reside in Kanto. Upon defeat, they will give you a Gym Badge, which is needed to enter the Pokemon League.

Gym Leader Type Location Badge Team (Normal Mode)
Rock Pewter City Boulder Badge
Boulder Badge
Water Cerulean City Cascade Badge
Cascade Badge
Lt. Surge
Electric Vermillion City Thunder Badge
Thunder Badge
Grass Celadon City

Rainbow Badge
Rainbow Badge

Poison Fuchsia City

Soul Badge
Soul Badge

Psychic Saffron City

Marsh Badge
Marsh Badge

Fire Cinnabar Island

Volcano Badge
Volcano Badge

Ground Viridian City

Earth Badge
Earth Badge


Elite Four

The Elite Four are a quartet of skilled trainers that, like the Gym Leaders, specialize in a specific type. Defeating all four of them gives you access to fighting the Champion. The first three can be challenged in any order, but the fourth must be challenged last.

Elite Four Member Type Team (Normal Mode)
Lorelei BS2
Ice 087MS091MS471MS124MS131MS*
Fighting 057MS106MS107MS237MS068MS*
VS Agatha
Ghost 094MS093MS197MS094MS094MS*
Dragon 148MS230MS130MS142MS149MS*


The Champion is the current winner of the Pokemon League, defeating all the Gym Leaders and Elite Four members. Defeating them allows you to enter the Hall of Fame and be given the title of Champion yourself.

Name Team Member #1 Team Member #2 Team Member #3 Team Member #4 Team Member #5 Team Member #6

Name Team Member #1 Team Member #2 Team Member #3 Team Member #4 Team Member #5 Team Member #6

Name Team Member #1 Team Member #2 Team Member #3 Team Member #4 Team Member #5 Team Member #6

Johto Gym Leaders

The Johto Gym Leaders are a developing group of trainers attempting to create a Pokemon League of their own, to parallel Kanto. There are 6 Johto Gym Leaders.

Gym Leader Type Location Team (Normal Mode)
Myron Rock Olivine City 213MS076MS219MS185MS
Fighting Cianwood City 057MS214MS237MS062MS
Ghost Ecruteak City 094MS094MS429MS094MS
Ice Mahogany Town 087MS124MS461MS473MS
Dragon Blackthorn City 230MS149MS149MS230MS
Aerio Flying Violet City 430MS178MS472MS227MS


The PokePad is a device made to assist Pokemon Trainers on their journeys. It is similar to other devices seen in the core series, including the PokeGear from Johto, PokeNav from Hoenn (RSE), PokeNav Plus from Hoenn (ORAS), Poketch from Sinnoh, and C-Gear from Gen 5. It features various apps and is given to the player as a gift at the very beginning of the game.




Trainer Card


Pokemon Trainer Connectivity System

Pokemon Amie

Super Training

Regional Map

Kanto News Channel


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