Pokemon Elysium
2.0 in Two Parts

Pokemon Elysium is a GBA ROM Hack by BlKaiser based on Pokemon Fire Red in English. And it is now available to download. It was last updated on January 30, 2024.
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January 30, 2024
2.0 in Two Parts
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Download Pre-Patched Pokemon Elysium GBA ROM Hack

  • Creator: BlKaiser
  • Version: 2.0 in Two Parts
  • Hack of: FireRed
  • Updated: January 30, 2024

Also, be sure to check out Pokemon Xenoverse


This is a story-focused Fire Red hack designed for casual gamers. It was developed several years ago and has been continually supplemented and corrected until recently. So don’t expect any modern features. It can be time-consuming, especially if you explore everything thoroughly and complete various side quests. The game is divided into two parts labeled A and B. You must use saves to transfer your progress from Part A to Part B (see the “Playing Part B” section below for detailed instructions).

As for the story, the game consists of a prologue, four chapters and a short epilogue. In terms of difficulty, it offers more of a challenge than traditional Pokémon games, although most players shouldn’t have much trouble completing it.


The game follows the journey of a 16-year-old girl who comes from the quiet island of Crysta. Your goal is to achieve the title of Pokémon Champion and fight for one of the coveted eight places in the final round on the mysterious island of Elysium. Little does she know that an ancient, malevolent force that has been plotting for over a century threatens not only her and her companions, but the entire world.

Playing Part B

When prompted by the game, you must use your last save file (save) to continue the story in Part B.

As for the plot, you have to switch to the new ROM after boarding the ship S.S. CHALLENGER have left. This should happen after you have obtained all 8 badges and participated in the first rounds of the Battle Colosseum championship.


  • A mix of Pokemon, moves, and types up until Pokémon X and Y. Gen I, II, and III mostly but there’s a good number of Pokémon from the next generations like Hippopotas, Garchomp, or Galvantula (Check the online Excel file for the full list of obtainable Pokémon)
  • Fairy Type-Pokémon & Moves (replacing old ones)
  • Physical-Special Split
  • A very few story-only related fakemon and fake moves
  • Several Regions to explore.
  • Side quests that reward you with rare Pokémon, moves, or special items.
  • This game comprises two parts, namely the Main Game (A) and the Finale (B).

The Main Game unfolds primarily in the Rhea region, which serves as the central focus of the game, along with a smaller region named Savahnn. This section of the story encompasses Chapter 1, Chapter 2, and Chapter 3. The prologue, on the other hand, transpires on the idyllic island of Crysta.

The climax of the game predominantly occurs in several key locations, including the enigmatic island of Elysium, aboard a cruise ship, and a series of islands referred to as the Therian Islands. This segment is central to Chapter 4 of the narrative.

What to do

  • Use saves to maintain your progress instead of relying on the game’s built-in save feature. This method allows you to seamlessly transfer your progress to Part B. (In Visual Boy Advance you can achieve this by pressing SHIFT+F1 to save an instance as a .sgm file)
  • For an additional challenge, consider switching the fighting style to “SET”.

What NOT to do

  • Don’t let this stop you from completing the Pokédex. You can’t catch all Pokemon, the focus of this ROM hack is story.
  • Do not release Pokémon that were given to you for obvious story reasons, as this may result in the game being softbanned. Only release Pokémon that you have personally caught with a Poké Ball.

Known Issues/Bugs

  • At a certain point in the game, if you release a reachable Lapras before getting HM Surf, you will be soft-banned. In very, very rare cases, the player’s sprite may suddenly go haywire. This can be quickly remedied by entering or exiting a building or cave, or using FLY. This issue has been resolved, but there is still a very small chance of this error occurring.
  • Sometimes the player is reflected in the palette on the water.

Please note that there may occasionally be spelling or language errors in the game as English is not the creator’s native language.


  • All Megaevolutions of the game’s Pokemon are now available
  • Added new Pokemon
  • Added alternate forms Pokemon
  • Several existing Pokemon were made available to the player (like Charmander, Squirtle, Abra, Tyranitar, etc)
  • Balancing issues: Items like Exp.Share, Lucky Egg and Rare Candies are available way earlier in the game.
  • A couple of sidequests and places to explore were added.
  • Move Tutors and in-game trades were enhanced
  • New overworld Sprites and tilesets improvement
  • New intro
  • Menu graphical glitch fixed.
  • A couple of spelling and grammar errors were corrected. (I’m doing my best with that one, trust me)

Version 1.2.0

  • Added Froslass, Probopass (removed Delibird and Sableye)
  • Added moves: Dragon Pulse, Bug Buzz, Zen Headbutt, Ice/Thunder/Fire Fang
  • Updated Pokemon attacks with the above moves.
  • Improved animations for several moves (Flash Cannon, Dazzling Gleam etc)
  • Fixed a messing sprite glitch on several occasions
  • Fixed messed dialogue on several occasions


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