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Pokémon Order and Chaos Versions are a pair of role-playing games set to be released at the same time for an yet unspecified system. They are the first games of a new Pokémon generation entitled Generation Alpha, a new generation series that are composed of the new game mechanics created by Stardust Citadel, with no intention of replacing the original series. It takes place in the region of Lindlora, which is a region that takes inspiration from many locations of the world.
For the first time in the franchise, the game is open-world, meaning that the player is free to explore most areas, except for a few like the Elite Four that must be unlocked. Pokémon are unique to certain locations; like in Pokémon GO, a certain type of Pokémon is more likely to appear in a location that it fits (i.e., a Grass-type Pokémon like Oddish can be found on fields), whereas some Pokémon will be limited to certain regions (for example, fields in one area may have different yields than fields in a different area). As the player progresses through out the game, the levels of the Pokémon and the trainers increase. Additionally, Pokémon can now be spotted in the overworld, removing all random encounters. Players can also choose whenever or not they want to fight the Pokémon by switching stances: Passive Stance means that the player will ignore wild Pokémon battles, although trainer battles cannot be avoided this way, while Aggressive Stance means that the player can be attacked by Wild Pokémon.
Players can have their Pokémon out of the Pokéball, like in HeartGold/SoulSilver, which helps to increase Friendship levels. Additionally, these Pokémon can utilize their abilities outside of the field, such as the ability Anticipation, which can be used to "sense" if there is a Pokémon nearby preparing an attack. Some Pokémon can only be found with the help of certain equipment; some ghost Pokémon can only been seen with the Spirit Scope, for example. The main goal stays the same with the player having to fight Gym Leaders and then fighting the Elite 4 to become the Pokémon Champion.
The Pokémon battles take on a more action RPG twist. They all take place in a three-dimensional field and each player is given an attack turn and a defense turn, in which the players can plan to use their best attacks or to from defend and flee from attacks. As such, the Pokémon moves have been fully revamped to work on this field of combat. Mega Evolution is still available in this game, although they are a temporary power-up for balancing purposes. A new feature is the Friendship System, in which at certain points of the game, the player will be able to meet the previously defeated Gym Leaders in certain locations as well other traveling trainers and the players can become friends with them, allowing for the player to have traveling partners, whom can assist the player in double or triple battles, as well unlocking Trainer Skills.
Trainer Skills is a new mechanic in which the trainer can help the Pokémon in combat by giving it a temporary buff. Through this, the player can help the Pokémon in combat as well increasing their bond. Once a bond level between a Pokémon and a Trainer is high enough, a "Human Evolution" takes place, in which fully evolved Pokémon can "evolve" again, receiving an updated appearance based on the trainer as well receiving all of the Trainer Skills all at once. This, like the Mega Evolution, is a temporary power-up.
- New Mega Evolutions
|Cheer Up!||Increases Attack and decreases Defense, Speed and Accuracy.|
|Get Prepared!||Increases Special Attack and Special Defense.|
|Hold On!||CONDITION: Pokémon is at 1/4th of it's health.|
Heals 1/18th of the Pokémon's health, increases Attack and Defense.
|Synchronize!||CONDITION: Pokémon is at final stage of evolution and has max Friendship|
Sychronizes with the Pokémon in battle, creating a bond between the trainer and their Pokémon. Increases Atk, Sp. Atk, and Spd, but decreases Def and Sp. Def.
|The main protagonist of the game. Coming from a different country, the protagonist is a Pokémon enthusiast who seeks to learn more about them through Professor Cypress, one of the smartest people in the field of Pokémon studies. They volunteer to help the professor so that they can reach their goal of traveling the world, studying and meeting Pokémon. The player can answer questions to determine the characters personality, and they can personalize their appearance; just as always, however, the protagonist is always silent.||Player Character|
|Professor Hawthorn (♂)||The Pokémon Professor of Lindlora, specialized on Pokémon behavior, who guides the player through the new gameplay elements introduced through out the game. A calm-headed, smooth talking and overall nice person, Hawthorn is the inventor of the Active Pokédex, which allows Pokémon to be recognized by the PokéDex without being caught, although not all information will be available through the system without catching a Pokémon.||Pokémon Professor|
|Jay (♂)||A traveling Pokémon trainer who tags along with the player character, introducing them to the many locations of the Lindlora region. He serves as an overall guide to the game's overworld mechanics as well the new Friendship system. Jay won't appear after a while, although the player does have the option to make Jay a traveling partner. He can be found occasionally through out the adventure and the player can have a battle against him.||Partner|
|Jewel (♀)||A retired Pokémon trainer who dedicates her life to the movies as a famous actress whom participated in many famous Pokécinema productions. She appears throughout the adventure seeking new talents for her company, as she seeks to move on as a director. She constantly bumps with the player and is followed by several paparazzi wherever she goes. She serves as the tutorial for the Pokécinema portion of the game.||Recurring Character|
|Roswell (♂)||An retired gold medalist athlete, Roswell travels around the Lindlora region seeking to promote his latest incentive: the Pokéolympics. Like Jewel, the player will be meeting him through out the adventure with him talking about his work. Unlike Jewel, Roswell is usually seen alone. He serves as the tutorial for the Pokéolympics portion of the game.||Recurring Character|
Team Chronos is the new villainous team introduced in this game. Their goal is to rule the world, and they try to achieve this by taking control of the guardians of Lindlora, the fabled Legendary Pokémon of Pidgaeceon and Warture. They hope to control order and chaos by commanding these Pokémon.
The team is known for their leaders, seven Trainers known as the Great Ones. Feared through out the region, their presence is known to make the people afraid, as their Pokémon are extraordinarily strong. This is thanks to their unique creation, the Primal Ball, which unleashes a more primitive, stronger and angrier version of any Pokémon they capture.
|Grayson (♂)||Grayson is the Great One of the Northwest, the first that the player meets. He fights the player in the Golden Dome, filled with statues of Jewel, representing his envy of her fame and his central character theme. Arrogant, verbose, and thin skinned, he does not take criticism well in the slightest.
Like in Pokémon Sun and Moon, the region of Lindlora contains unique regional variants of Pokémon, with new typings, abilities, and movepools.
|Kali||Fought alongside Abha.
|Abha||Fought alongside Kali.|
Similar to Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, certain Event Pókémon were released as somehwat an ad for an upcoming game, be it from Stardust Citadel or affiliates.
Amaia (Mienshao) (♀)
Thermo (Kingler) (♂)
Ability: Hyper Cutter
- Lindloran Venomoth coloration is based off Ken Sugimori's original artwork for Venomoth.
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