|Single-player, Multiplayer, Online-Multiplayer|
|Genre(s)||Role-playing video game|
|Media Included||Nintendo 3DS Game Card|
Zeldamon Power Version and Wisdom Version and later, Courage Version are part of the Game+Pokémon, or, Nintendomon collaboration series by the community of Fantendo.
It is a fusion between the Legend of Zelda series and the Pokémon franchise and are heavily inspired by their aesthetic aspects, respectively;
The game will play like Pokémon in the Pokémon universe, but will borrow the lore of the Legend of Zelda.
Zeldamon is set in the Hyrule region, based off of the reoccurring Land of Hyrule in the Legend of Zelda series, but will include various locations outside of the main kingdom.
The Pokémon in this game will be based off of various creatures, enemies, and companions in the Legend of Zelda series and have no connection to the existing Pokémon games.
|Link||The 'male trainer' option if the player "is a boy". Also one of the player's rivals if they are "a girl". His name can be changed.|
|Zelda||The 'female trainer' if the player "is a girl". Also one of the player's rival if they are "a boy". Her name can be changed.|
|File:N/A||Prof. Gaepora||The Professor of Skyloft Town. He is studying the Heart-Force of Pokémon alongside Prof. Hyrule, and gives the trainer their first Pokémon.|
|File:N/A||Prof. Daphnes Nohansen Hyrule||The Professor of Hyrule Castle Town. He is studying the Heart-Force of Pokémon alongside Prof. Gaepora.|
|File:N/A||Ravio||One of player's friendly rival if they are "a boy". His name can be changed.|
|File:N/A||Hilda||One of player's friendly rival if they are "a girl". Her name can be changed.|
|File:N/A||Groose||One of player's rival that they meet throughout the game. His dialogue and actions will depend on whether the player is "a boy" or "a girl".|
|File:N/A||Ganondorf||The antagonist of the game. He is the leader of Team Spirit.|
Please excuse the awful names. Independent Pokédex page pending!
|#001||File:N/A||Spryte||The Forest Sprite Pokémon |
It's said it comes from the deepest forests, born from the pollen of flowers and the hollows of trees.
|#002||Nymph||The Forest Sprite Pokémon |
It's incredibly small, but emits an otherworldly glow—the brighter it is, the stronger its will to fight!
|#003||Fairy||The Forest Sprite Pokémon |
These little creatures are incredibly helpful and are an essential to all travellers. Wild Faries are known to guide the lost out of the forest.
|#004||Loftchick||The Sacred Flight Pokémon |
They come in various different colours and plumes. It's said that these birds were created by the Goddesses themselves.
|#005||Wingling||The Sacred Flight Pokémon |
These birds of flights start learning how fly in their Wingling stages! They're able to travel distances of one mile on their first few flights.
|#006||Loftwing||The Sacred Flight Pokémon |
As expected, being blessed by the Goddesses, they are ables to reach amazing speeds in the air in a drill-like fashion.
|#007||Seafry?||The Loyal Coral Pokémon |
Although very small, they are known to adopt a sense of purpose and loyalty very quickly, and will get attached with their trainer soon after capture.
|#008||Sealla?||The Loyal Coral Pokémon |
Of a slight cowardly-nature, they are extremly agile in the water, and can amazingly fit in any kind of nook-and-cranny.
|#009||Parella||The Loyal Coral Pokémon |
The amazing development of coral on their head is not only a dazzling display of beauty and colour, but a vital tool used in the heat of battle!
|#||Blessed Butterfuly||The Blessed Bug Pokémon |
Its glass wings are shines in a brilliant gloss. Though very comon, they tend to gather around items hidden in tall grass.
|#||Skyloft Mantis||The Breezy Bug Pokémon |
Native to the proximal Skyloft area. Though very common, they often choose to run away during battles.
|#||Hornet Larvae||The Dormant Stinger Pokémon|
Hornet Larvae farms harvest the bitter-sweet sap out of the hives they hide in before they evolve into the 'agressive stingers' they're known for!
The Aggressive Stinger Pokémon
|#||Guay||The Impulsive Thief Pokémon|
There are better chances finding something you're missing if you go after a Guay than looking into "Lost-and-Found"!
|#||Hrok||The Territorial Pokémon|
The large boulders it usually carries around is the result of culminated stone it wasn't able to digest in its mineral-based diet.
|#||Kargarok||The Roc Pokémon |
They are known for their lovely display of feathers juxtaposed to their distinctive cry. Their valuable feathers are often collected for many different reason.
|#||Helmaroc||The Roc Pokémon |
A thick, mighty, steel mask protects its sensitive face in battle and from the wind. Its exceedingly long rectrice follows its flight path like a streamer in the sky.
|#||Bomchu||The Squeaky Bomb Pokémon |
A highly explosive rodent! Once they lock onto a target, it'll chase it relentlessly until it gets tired. You'll know if it's after you if the feint sound of squeaking is not far behind.
|#||Rope||The Sneaky Snake Pokémon |
It chooses to live in dark, damp places. They'll charge straight for whatever they hapen to spot!
|#||Staldra||The Tri-Headed Pokémon |
The bone-plated heads allows it to venture out from the dark into the open. The three heads seem to perfectly work in harmony.
|#||Keese||The Versatile Batty Pokémon |
Keese exist in many types—Normal, Fire, Ice, Twilight, Electric, and Poison. These creatures are highly irratable, and they often travel in large groups.
|#||Deku Scrub||The Swamp Forest Pokémon |
A cowardly shrub that hides in the grass and jumps up to spit out nuts in retaliation.
|#||Mad Scrub||The Swamp Forest Pokémon |
This scrub camouglages itself in the tall grass and reveals themselves to attack those who pass by. Their nuts are known to cause "stunning effects"!
|#||Puffstool||The Tiny Dusty Pokémon |
Despite its miniscule size, this tiny creature leaves behind a mad cloud of dust and smoke behind in its path. It's hard, red cap protects its head from almost anything!
|#||Zirro||The Dusty Winged Pokémon |
The tiny wings grown on its cap allows it to fly short distances, leaving behind a cloudy stream of dust and smoke behind in its path.
|#||Skulltula||The Superior Arachnid Pokémon |
The skull-like pattern on the back of its boddess intimidates many, and gets them most when they don't expect it! Its undeveloped fangs has is fight with its lethal fore-limbs.
|#||Gohma||The Armored Arachnid Pokémon |
Thick, strong, rock-like plates protect and cover the main body. The pincer-like claws on its fore-limbs allow it for more malleble kinetics.
|#||Morths||The Psychadelic Moth Pokémon |
Spikes cover its spherical body, save for the eye. The projections are used as a vital tool in defense and offense, but tend to latch onto fabrics and cloths.
|#||Morthula||The Psychadelic Moth Pokémon |
Its massive wing span packs a hefty gust that can stop you in your tracks! It can still tuck is wing back behind its back and walk around bipedally.
|#||Leever||The Ground Sprout Pokémon |
Despite not having any noticable limbs, it surprising move quickly under the earth and jumps out for a surprise attack!
|#||Peahat||The Sky Sprout Pokémon |
A Leever will evolve into a Peahat if it occurs in over a land. After evolving, it will pop out from the surface and propell itself into the air. The roots on its bottom are still visible from when it was still rooted in the ground.
|#||Seahat||The Sea Sprout Pokémon |
A Leever will evolve into a Seahat if it occurs in over a bed of water. After evolving, it will pop out from the surface and propell itself into the air.
|#||Remlit||The Domestic Angel Pokémon |
These creatures make perfect pets for all ages of all kinds! They are only seen during the day for reasons unknown...
|#||Moonlit||The Domestic Demon Pokémon |
These creatures are extremely vicious and will chase their victims down. They are only seen during the night for some reason...
|#||Monkey?||The Cheeky Primate Pokémon |
These highly intelligent creatures are extremely rich in personality. They are known to either be a help or hinderance to those passing through the jungle, so beware!
|#||Ook?||The Cheeky Primate Pokémon |
Highly mischevious, these creatures tend to like to hide in the canopies of the trees. Their distinct calls can be heard through the jungle and are known to be the source of many legendary myths in that area.
|#||Twiwolf||The Sacred Beast Pokémon |
This mysterious creature is thought to be blessed by the Goddesses. They tend to like to travel alone, but can be extremely loyal through bonding.
|#||Toado||The Amphibius Spore Pokémon |
These amphibius creatures are born in large masses. Once hatched from its cell, it parts away from the rest of the spawn.
|#||Toadpolis||The Amphibius Spore Pokémon |
Its hind legs helps it propel through the water with much more finesse. It will surface from the water to spit out slug-covered rock projectiles.
|#||Deku Toad||The King Amphibius Pokémon |
Despite its weight, this giant amphibian can climb walls and cling onto ceilings with the massive amounts of mucus it secretes.
|#||Gekko||The Toxic Amphibius Pokémon |
Its brightly coloured skin and various circle patterning will sting whatever it comes in contact with and will secrete toxic acids if evoked.
|#||Miniblin||The Blin Warrior Pokémon |
These little imp-like creatures are quick and agile. They like to scurry along the edges of the area and have a distinctive call to gather in great numbers.
|#||Bokoblin||The Blin Warrior Pokémon |
These aggressive imp-like creatures prefers to fight with weapons and tools. They are all action and are, by no means, the most intelligent.
|#||Moblin||The Blin Warrior Pokémon |
Its large build slows it down considerably but makes up for its increased strength and power.
|#||Boko Baba||The Venus Trap Pokémon |
It hides itself in the tall grass mimicing that of a "baba bud" to lure its unsucpecting victim closer to be able to trap and to swallow.
|#||Deku Baba||The Venus Trap Pokémon |
This aggressive plant isn't afraid to lunge at anything that approaches it! It has a tough outer huck protecting its head and sharp teeth that help it digest its food.
|#||Baba Serpent||The Venus Trap Pokémon |
They are much more aggressive than other Babas, and will cling on to their last bit of health no matter what. Their mucous glands secrete a forein type of toxic poision.
|#||Octrorok||The Land Mollusk Pokémon |
Decended from oceanic mollusks, they have developed an uncanny ability to spit out rocks and a capability to adapt to the land and its different environments.
|#||Biri||The Jelly Fish Pokémon |
This small aquatic creature floats effortlessly along the current of the water. Its thin, tiny tentacles sting whatever it happens to brush itself against.
|#||Bari||The Jelly Fish Pokémon |
This gelatinous mass uses its strong, supported tentacles to propel itself in the water and to maticulously sting their victims.
|#||Bellum||The Phantom Fish Pokémon |
A squid-like creature with eye-like sensors on the ends of its tentacles. A case of bronze protects its main body.
|#||Geozard||The Fish Warrior Pokémon |
This swamp-like marine-dwelling creature carries armor and weapons upon its large build. It's often compared to the primitive River Zoras of the past.
|#||Like Like||The Deceitful Theif Pokémon |
This mystery creature hides in waiting for someone to pass, only for it to swallow them and spit them back out, stealing something of theirs in the process. It has been the demise for many travellers.
|#||Pyrup||The Magma Pest Pokémon |
This cowardly, skittish creture tends to hide in small holes or hides and attacks from afar, spitting out flames, more in defense than offense.
|#||Helmasaur||The Armored Reptilian Pokémon |
This small reptilian has a steel-armored helmet protecting its front. It'll charge forward, head strong! But, unfortunately, it forgot to cover its hind!
|#||Helmasaurus||The Armored Reptilian Pokémon |
This large reptillian has a large steel-armored husk protecting its body. Its powerful, stong hind legs push it forward, but it isn't protected by the husk!
|#||Shell Blade||The Clammy Pest Pokémon |
The large, powerful muscles that attach the shells together pack a powerful punch when it releases, slamming shut!
|#||Pony?||The Companion Stallion Pokémon |
A highly emotional-intelligent creature. Each have their own distinct, individual personality. If cared well, it will become very loyal as it is a key companion.
|#||Horse?||The Companion Stallion Pokémon |
This powerfull steed can reach exceptional land speeds in a matter of seconds. In the wild, they're extremely hard to tame, but when loyal, they're extremely hard to release.
|#||Cow?||The Grass Grazer Pokémon |
These grazing creatures are the prized livestock of Hyrule's renowned Lon-Lon Milk industry.
|#||Moink||The Farm Labour Pokémon |
Despite its patterning, it isn't any kind of species of cow at all! It's a very strong, domesticated species of boar—a build that is ideal for hard physical farming labour.
|#||Ordon Goat||The Wooly Labour Pokémon |
Native to the Ordona Province, they are a key asset to Hyrule's agricultural industry. They are known for their creamy milk which is often made into Ordon Goat Cheese.
|#||Cucco||The Foul Poultry Pokémon |
These free-roaming docile creatures can turn extremely aggressive at a blink of an eye when provoked, joining together in a hoard of mass-spectacle.
|#||Bulbo||The Great Boar Pokémon |
These great, roaring wild beast is known to be the king of all boars. Its nature is all instinct, and not-so "all intelligence", making it fairly unpredictable in behavior.
|#||Sentrobe||The Ancient Drone Pokémon |
These articial-creatures are devoted to their assigned post from times before. It's extremely small and capable of flight, making it the perfect companion to squeeze into any kind of nook-and-cranny.
|#||Armos||The Ancient Drone Pokémon |
These statue-like creature seems lifeless at first, but are actually very territorial and will go after anything that enters its perimeters.
|#||Beamos||The Ancient Drone Pokémon |
These totem-like creature are one of the most technological advanced creatures known. They have an immaculate tracking system, having a very high accuracy level.
|#||Chu Chu||---||The Versatile Jelly Pokémon |
Chu Chu exist in many types—Normal, Fire, Ice, Electric, and Poison. They are extremely slimy, and tend to stick to the ceilings of many enclosed areas.
|#||Bubble||The Cursed Skull Pokémon |
Bubbles exist in Fire and Ice types. These floating skulls are said to be the cursed remains of past travellers, out to get their revenge.
|#||Poe||The Wandering Soul Pokémon |
These creatures are said to be lost souls of the past, made to wander the feilds of Hyrule at night. The latern that it holds looks like an etheral light from the distance, luring its victims in.
|#||Imp Poe||The Wandering Soul Pokémon |
These stalkers of the night weild a giant scythe, luring its victims in, attracted to the glow of its latern, to be reaped. The faint jingle can be heard if they are close by.
|#||Moldorm||The Earth Worm Pokémon |
The worm-like creatures tend to like to infiltrate the grounds and are often found in dark, labyrinth-like areas. Once they set their sights on an enemy, it will relentlessly chase them down!
|#||Magtail||The Earth Worm Pokémon |
A centipede-like creature that is able to withstand amazing levels of heat, prefering to reside in desert or volcanic environments. Its thick igneous rock exterior protects its soft body.
|#||Puppet||The Wooden Pawn Pokémon |
An odd, wooden creature, that are said to be the sources for the strange noises and music that is sometime heard deep within the woods.
|#||Karat Crab||The Golden Sand Pokémon |
A small land crawler, with a thick, hardened exteior, giving it a shiny resilience, and a resilient protection. Its golden pigment often gave the illusion of great value, and is often sold in flea markets.
|#||Furnix||The Flame Feathered Pokémon |
A bright, red creature, that is constantly seen airbourne, actively in the search for water sources. They have often been the inspiration for varying forms of art due to its delicate design.
|#||Skytail||The Winged Worm Pokémon |
These ancient creatures are said to be the source for many ancient tales, and folk lore. They tend to linger up in the clouds, but will descend if a fog happens to build up on the surface.
|#||Spume||---||The Versatile Polliwog Pokémon |
Spupe exist in many types— Fire, Water, Electric, and Poison. These creatures are prone to spit out dangerous projectiles if approached.
|#||Ghini||The Ghastly Spirit Pokémon |
These pale creatures are known to roam deep, dark places, but are involuntarily attracted to the light. Their large tongues are said to be used to lick the lifeforce from one's body.
|#||Gibdo||The Undead Mummy Pokémon |
Despite its appearance, it is extremely resilient to many physical attacks. These slow moving creatures are said to chase after its victims relentlessly, and even eat its flesh.
|#||ReDead||The Undead Pokémon |
These undead creatures live only in the darkest depths of the earth. Their icy cold gaze, and piercing scream paralyze their victims with fear.
|#||ReDead Knight||The Undead Knight Pokémon |
Armed with a thick, heavy blade, these creatures will paralyze their victims and strike down a harsh, hard hitting blow.
|#||Tektite||The Pond Skidder Pokémon |
||Forest Medallion Badge|
||Fire Medallion Badge|
||Water Medallion Badge|
||Light Medallion Badge|
||Shadow Medallion Badge|
||Spirit Medallion Badge|
||Twilit Medallion Badge|
Towns, Cities, and significant establishments in order of appearance in the game.
|Skyloft Town||A peaceful town in the clouds, whose land is said to be blessed by the Goddesses.
|Ordon Village||A small town, known for it's massive farming culture! This town is the heart of Hyrule's agriculture industry.
|Kokiri Forest||A small city, hidden deep in the woods. Home of the Great Deku Tree and his children, the Kokiri.
|Hyrule Castle Town||The heart of Hyrule! The amazing Hyrule-Castle can be seen anywhere in the region!
|Lon Lon Ranch||A small working ranch that prides itself in its livestock and horse-breeding.
|Kakariko Village||A working-class town known for its cuccoo-breeding and the sister-town to Death Mountain City.
|Death Mountain City||A great, earthy city, home of the Goron Patriarch, at the base of Death Mountain, an active volcano.
|Lake Hylia||The largest lake in Hyrule, named after the Goddess Hylia herself. Its water source flows from the Zora's River.
|Zora's Domain||Home of the Royal Zoran Parliament, and the largest waterfall in Hyrule, it is known for it's deep roots in Zora culture.
|Snowpeak Ruins||An old abandoned mansion at the peak of the snowy mountains. It is unknown why this mansion is here or what its history is.|
|Gerudo Desert||A vast, sacred desert land of the Gerudo people. A place once full of life and riches, now abandoned.
|Lanayru Sand Sea||The only known strip of beach in Hyrule. The body of water goes as far as the eye can see, but non have voyaged far enough to tell what lies beyond.
|Arbiters Grounds||An ancient establishments in the works of being restored. It is known for housing a large, mysterious mirror.
|Twilight Kingdom||An other-worldly realm surrounded by a time of perpetual twilight, it's kingdom run by the Royal Twili Monarchy.
|Temple of Time||An ancient, sacred temple, build before time, dedicated to the Goddess Hylia.|