Pokemon Too Many Types

What is Pokemon Too Many Types?

Pokemon Too Many Types is a fan-created modification of Pokemon Emerald that redefines the traditional Pokemon experience by introducing an astounding 44 new types. These types go beyond the conventional elemental categories, encompassing themes like Gamer, Smash, Furry, Magic, Sus, and many more. With the addition of these diverse types, trainers are in for a thrilling adventure that transcends the boundaries of the familiar Pokemon world.

Rules and Features

  • Expanded Types:

    • The mod introduces 44 new types, allowing for a total of 62 different types in the game. Each type comes with its own strengths, weaknesses, and strategic nuances, creating a dynamic and unpredictable battlefield.
  • New Moves:

    • To complement the expanded types, Pokemon Too Many Types introduces a staggering 118 new moves. These moves are designed to enhance the strategic depth of battles, providing trainers with an extensive arsenal to outwit their opponents.
  • Move Type Changes:

    • To align with the new types, the mod also changes the types of 180 existing moves, ensuring a balanced and coherent gameplay experience. Trainers must adapt their strategies and learn the ins and outs of the modified move pool to succeed in battles.
  • Multiple Types per Pokemon:

    • One of the most exciting features of Pokemon Too Many Types is the ability for Pokemon to have up to three types. This opens up a multitude of possibilities for team composition and strategic planning, as trainers can experiment with diverse type combinations to gain a competitive edge.
  • Expanded Regional Dex:

    • The mod doesn't stop at types and moves; it also introduces a regional Pokedex featuring 295 Pokemon, all meticulously designed with the new types in mind. Trainers will encounter both familiar faces and entirely new creations as they explore this diverse and expanded Pokemon world.

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