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* GlitchEntity: If you use the Mystery Gift to acquire the Cinnabar Ticket, you can travel to Cinnabar Island in Ladoga Town, where you can fight ''and capture'' [=MissingNo=]. As in the original games, it's a ''major'' GlassCannon (ludicrously high Attack, agonizingly low everything else) with a small movepool, but this game adds its ability Glitch, which will KO anything that deals physical damage to it.


* GlitchEntity: If you use the Mystery Gift to acquire the Cinnabar Ticket, you can travel to Cinnabar Island in Ladoga Town, where you can fight ''and capture'' [=MissingNo=]. As in the original games, it's a ''major'' GlassCannon (ludicrously high Attack, agonizingly low everything else) with a small movepool, but this game adds its ability Glitch, which will KO anything that deals physical damage to it.



* TheMissingno: If you use the Mystery Gift to acquire the Cinnabar Ticket, you can travel to Cinnabar Island in Ladoga Town, where you can fight ''and capture'' the TropeNamer. As in the original games, it's a ''major'' GlassCannon (ludicrously high Attack, agonizingly low everything else) with a small movepool, but this game adds its ability Glitch, which will KO anything that deals physical damage to it.

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* GracefulLoser: Double Subverted by [[spoiler: Odin[=/=]Zeus - after you beat him for the first time, the energy from your battle causes Jirachi[=/=]Victini to awaken; despite his whole plan hinging on said legendary, Odin[=/=]Zeus steps aside after you beat him, and allows you to capture said legendary...only to immediately turn around and have a VillainousBreakdown, and then draw a gun on the player]].


''Pokémon Zeta and Omicron'' are fan games created by Website/{{Reddit}} user thesuzerain (who would later make ''VideoGame/PokemonInsurgence''), and can be found [[https://www.reddit.com/r/pokemonzetaomicron/comments/60yzji/pokemon_zetaomicron_1552/ here]]. It is a custom-built game using ''VideoGame/RPGMaker XP''; it is not a ROM hack or other hacked game. The game has two regions, starting off in the Versyn region, and continuing into the Aroma region. Like most ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' games, your goal is to collect all eight gym badges and stop a villainous team along the way, which changes depending on the version you're playing, Team Asgard for Zeta, and Team Olympus for Omicron.

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''Pokémon Zeta and Omicron'' are fan games created by Website/{{Reddit}} user thesuzerain (who would later make ''VideoGame/PokemonInsurgence''), and can be found [[https://www.reddit.com/r/pokemonzetaomicron/comments/60yzji/pokemon_zetaomicron_1552/ here]]. It is a custom-built game using ''VideoGame/RPGMaker ''UsefulNotes/RPGMaker XP''; it is not a ROM hack or other hacked game. The game has two regions, starting off in the Versyn region, and continuing into the Aroma region. Like most ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' games, your goal is to collect all eight gym badges and stop a villainous team along the way, which changes depending on the version you're playing, Team Asgard for Zeta, and Team Olympus for Omicron.


* ActionDad: [[spoiler: Wilson, the player's father, is a member of the Elite Four.]]
* ActionMom: Aria, the player's mother, is the now retired champion of Vesryn. Her first on screen action is to take on Team Asgard/Olympus herself to defend your hometown. [[spoiler:When you defeat the Elite Four, she takes up the mantle of champion again so she can see how far you've come herself]]

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* ActionDad: [[spoiler: Wilson, [[spoiler:Wilson, the player's father, is a member of the Elite Four.]]
* ActionMom: Aria, the player's mother, is the now retired champion of Vesryn. Her first on screen on-screen action is to take on Team Asgard/Olympus herself to defend your hometown. [[spoiler:When you defeat the Elite Four, she takes up the mantle of champion again so she can see how far you've come herself]]herself.]]



* AlternateTimeline: [[spoiler: It's specifically stated that your EvilTwin traveling through time and space and stealing Gold's Legendary corrupted the timeline. Which leads to [[ForWantOfANail everything else.]]]]

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* AlternateTimeline: [[spoiler: It's [[spoiler:It's specifically stated that your EvilTwin traveling through time and space and stealing Gold's Legendary corrupted the timeline. Which leads to [[ForWantOfANail everything else.]]]]



** You can buy Ethers and Max Ethers from the Blackfist Department Store. You can rarely if ever actually buy them in Pokémon games despite being very helpful items when you can't get to a Pokémon Center. You can also buy Full Restores and Revives in all stores after a relatively early point, and money is in no way difficult to come by even without using the gym leaders in your secret base. Of course, given the game is ''significantly'' harder than regular Pokémon ones, this ''definitely'' helped prevent frustration by allowing you to stock up on insane amounts of overpowered healing items before going into dungeons and battles that ''you really need them in.''
* BigBad: [[spoiler:Gold, but by the name of Odin/Zeus (depending on version) in the Vesryn Region, Cipher in the Aroma region.....until it turns out that Odin/Zeus was behind it all in the first place.]]

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** You can buy Ethers and Max Ethers from the Blackfist Department Store. You can rarely if ever actually buy them in Pokémon ''Pokémon'' games despite being very helpful items when you can't get to a Pokémon Center. You can also buy Full Restores and Revives in all stores after a relatively early point, and money is in no way difficult to come by even without using the gym leaders in your secret base. Of course, given the game is ''significantly'' harder than regular Pokémon ones, this ''definitely'' helped prevent frustration by allowing you to stock up on insane amounts of overpowered healing items before going into dungeons and battles that ''you really need them in.''
* BigBad: [[spoiler:Gold, but by the name of Odin/Zeus (depending on version) in the Vesryn Region, Cipher in the Aroma region.....region... until it turns out that Odin/Zeus was behind it all in the first place.]]



** [[spoiler: The BigBad turns out to be Gold.]]

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** [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The BigBad turns out to be Gold.]]



** [[spoiler: Ash appears as a [[FutureLoser washed-up drunk and a member of Team Asgard/Olympus]]. He doesn't fight the player, though; if they listen to his tragic life story he'll instead give them a handy TM and wish them luck,]]
** [[spoiler: [[TerribleTrio Jessie, James and Meowth]] appear in a cutscene during one of the Police missions. They're still with Team Rocket and still screwing things up for Giovanni.]]
* ClusterFBomb: Successfully defeating the [[spoiler: Ninja Guardians]] in Cassiopeia Town results in this type of reaction from them.

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** [[spoiler: Ash [[spoiler:Ash appears as a [[FutureLoser washed-up drunk and a member of Team Asgard/Olympus]]. He doesn't fight the player, though; if they listen to his tragic life story story, he'll instead give them a handy TM and wish them luck,]]
luck.]]
** [[spoiler: [[TerribleTrio [[spoiler:[[TerribleTrio Jessie, James James, and Meowth]] appear in a cutscene during one of the Police missions. They're still with Team Rocket and still screwing things up for Giovanni.]]
* ClusterFBomb: Successfully defeating the [[spoiler: Ninja [[spoiler:Ninja Guardians]] in Cassiopeia Town results in this type of reaction from them.



* CurbStompBattle: What happens if you unknowingly enter the Developers' Challenge in Fianga City the first time you visit. The first Pokemon, Umbreon, is at level 65. Your Pokemon when you first arrive are most likely around level 20. To top it off, Umbreon holds Leftovers, so if you manage to do any damage to it, it will get healed.

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* CurbStompBattle: What happens if you unknowingly enter the Developers' Challenge in Fianga City the first time you visit. The first Pokemon, Pokémon, Umbreon, is at level 65. Your Pokemon Pokémon when you first arrive are most likely around level 20. To top it off, Umbreon holds Leftovers, so if you manage to do any damage to it, it will get healed.



* DarkerAndEdgier: YES. The game ''starts'' with you fleeing your town as it is attacked by Team Asgard/Olympus as your mother leaves to try and fight them. Even as you beat the grunts, the team constantly achieves their goals, leading to [[spoiler: your town being destroyed before your third gym.]]
* DifficultySpike: Everything from the E4 upwards in Vesryn, [[spoiler:and much of Aroma]]. The E4 forces you to change your battle style to set, which doesn't give free switches after defeating a Pokémon, and the later battles have you fighting Pokemon up to level '''120'''!

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* DarkerAndEdgier: YES. The game ''starts'' with you fleeing your town as it is attacked by Team Asgard/Olympus as your mother leaves to try and fight them. Even as you beat the grunts, the team constantly achieves their goals, leading to [[spoiler: your [[spoiler:your town being destroyed before your third gym.]]
gym]].
* DifficultySpike: Everything from the E4 upwards in Vesryn, [[spoiler:and much of Aroma]]. The E4 forces you to change your battle style to set, which doesn't give free switches after defeating a Pokémon, and the later battles have you fighting Pokemon Pokémon up to level '''120'''!



* DiscOneNuke: Rotom, forms included, is available in Onega Town, right before the second gym. [[CurbStompBattle Try bringing its Heat Forme to the Grass or Steel gyms]]. It only stops being absurdly overpowered around the sixth gym, and remains useful for the whole game.
* {{Doppelganger}}: [[spoiler:Divaevus and Maladeux]] are exactly the same, except that [[spoiler: Maladeux]] is black and Dark type, while [[spoiler: Divaevus]] is yellow and its typing is currently unknown.

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* DiscOneNuke: Rotom, forms included, is available in Onega Town, right before the second gym. [[CurbStompBattle Try bringing its Heat Forme to the Grass or Steel gyms]]. gyms.]] It only stops being absurdly overpowered around the sixth gym, and remains useful for the whole game.
* {{Doppelganger}}: [[spoiler:Divaevus and Maladeux]] are exactly the same, except that [[spoiler: Maladeux]] [[spoiler:Maladeux]] is black and Dark type, while [[spoiler: Divaevus]] [[spoiler:Divaevus]] is yellow and its typing is currently unknown.



* DungeonBypass: Defeating either of the first two trainers in Cassiopeia Gym allows you to access [[spoiler: the final area of Katana Cave, skipping over all the trainer battles in the cave in the process.]] Of course, see HopelessBossFight below...
* EternalRecurrence: [[spoiler: Ash says he went through a "variance" of the events including Mewtwo, this was before Mewtwo is created ingame. Red existing as well implies he did the same thing.]]
* EvilTwin: [[spoiler: An alternate universe possibly genderflipped version of you pulled him through time and dimensions and shadow-corrupted Gold's Legendary Ho-oh / Lugia and then stole it; starting his path of darkness.]]
* FixedDamageAttack: The [[spoiler:[Planet]force series of moves]] deal 20 damage to every Pokemon in a party in addition to the main target.
* GameBreaker: In-universe when the admin you fight at the collider realizes that he can use the Time Caller to return his team to their condition from before you beat them, forcing you to fight over and over until you just can't win. Thankfully Wilson shows up and scares him off before he is able to go through with it.
* GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere:[[spoiler: Stan. Appearing right before fighting [[OlympusMons Arceus]], he's a red stick figure who speaks like he's in a chatroom and claims he made Arceus out of Paper Mache before battling you with a team of pokémon at the level cap. [[BigLippedAlligatorMoment After finishing the battle he leaves and is never seen again.]]]]
* HardModePerks: Nuzlocke mode does give access to the Nuzlocke Lord early on, a merchant with TMs, Pokemon, and a special kind of Pokeball inbetween Great Balls and Ultra Balls in effectiveness
* HopelessBossFight: The Cassiopeia Town Gym has Gym Leader Enelle's "Super-Ninja Bodyguards." Level 120, fully buffed and kitted. You are supposed to sneak past them. (The Gym even has a sign warning Nuzlocke players that they WILL likely die if they fight them.) It is possible to defeat them, but you receive no special rewards for doing so other than a [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments humorous reaction.]]
* {{House Rules}}: The game offers a built-in Nuzlocke mode, a Randomizer (every Pokemon, wild trained or gifted, is chosen randomly) mode, and a Randomlocke (both of those together) mode. The next update will also include Solo (you can choose any Pokemon at the beginning of the game and you will not be able to catch any more) and PP Challenge (PP can only be restored with items.)

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* DungeonBypass: Defeating either of the first two trainers in Cassiopeia Gym allows you to access [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the final area of Katana Cave, skipping over all the trainer battles in the cave in the process.]] Of course, see HopelessBossFight below...
* EternalRecurrence: [[spoiler: Ash [[spoiler:Ash says he went through a "variance" of the events including Mewtwo, Mewtwo; this was before Mewtwo is created ingame.in-game. Red existing as well implies he did the same thing.]]
* EvilTwin: [[spoiler: An alternate universe [[spoiler:An alternate-universe possibly genderflipped version of you pulled him Gold through time and dimensions and shadow-corrupted Gold's Legendary Ho-oh / Lugia Ho-oh/Lugia and then stole it; it, starting his path of darkness.]]
* FixedDamageAttack: The [[spoiler:[Planet]force series of moves]] deal 20 damage to every Pokemon Pokémon in a party in addition to the main target.
* GameBreaker: In-universe when the admin you fight at the collider realizes that he can use the Time Caller to return his team to their condition from before you beat them, forcing you to fight over and over until you just can't win. Thankfully Thankfully, Wilson shows up and scares him off before he is able to go through with it.
* GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere:[[spoiler: Stan. GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere: [[spoiler:Stan. Appearing right before fighting [[OlympusMons Arceus]], he's a red stick figure who speaks like he's in a chatroom and claims he made Arceus out of Paper Mache before battling you with a team of pokémon Pokémon at the level cap. [[BigLippedAlligatorMoment After finishing the battle battle, he leaves and is never seen again.]]]]
* HardModePerks: Nuzlocke mode does give access to the Nuzlocke Lord early on, a merchant with TMs, Pokemon, Pokémon, and a special kind of Pokeball Pokéball inbetween Great Balls and Ultra Balls in effectiveness
effectiveness.
* HopelessBossFight: The Cassiopeia Town Gym has Gym Leader Enelle's "Super-Ninja Bodyguards." Level 120, fully buffed and kitted. You are supposed to sneak past them. (The Gym even has a sign warning Nuzlocke players that they WILL ''will'' likely die if they fight them.) It is possible to defeat them, but you receive no special rewards for doing so other than a [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments humorous reaction.]]
* {{House Rules}}: The game offers a built-in Nuzlocke mode, a Randomizer (every Pokemon, Pokémon, wild trained or gifted, is chosen randomly) mode, and a Randomlocke (both of those together) mode. The next update will also include Solo (you can choose any Pokemon Pokémon at the beginning of the game and you will not be able to catch any more) and PP Challenge (PP can only be restored with items.)items).



* LargeHam: A man in Fianga Town talks IN ALL CAPS LIKE THIS and offers to teach your Pokemon how to do the same.
* LegoGenetics: [[spoiler:Wilson's Megasparce]] is a combination of [[EnsembleDarkhorse Dunsparce]], [[TheDreaded Darkrai]] and [[ShockAndAwe Zekrom]]. [[spoiler: His team during the second battle is composed entirely of cyborg Pokemon and more LegoGenetics.]]
* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: Even compared to other games in the official series, where Pokemon from past generations can be obtained, this game stands out. Between the two versions, EVERY Pokemon from Generation V and earlier is obtainable (and a few later ones as well).

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* LargeHam: A man in Fianga Town talks IN ALL CAPS LIKE THIS and offers to teach your Pokemon Pokémon how to do the same.
* LegoGenetics: [[spoiler:Wilson's Megasparce]] is a combination of [[EnsembleDarkhorse Dunsparce]], [[TheDreaded Darkrai]] Darkrai]], and [[ShockAndAwe Zekrom]]. [[spoiler: His team during the second battle is composed entirely of cyborg Pokemon Pokémon and more LegoGenetics.]]
* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: Even compared to other games in the official series, where Pokemon Pokémon from past generations can be obtained, this game stands out. Between the two versions, EVERY Pokemon Pokémon from Generation V and earlier is obtainable (and a few later ones as well).



* ShoutOut: [[spoiler:Wilson's second team]] contains references to Terminator 2, Digimon, and Pacific Rim

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* ShoutOut: [[spoiler:Wilson's second team]] contains references to Terminator 2, Digimon, and Pacific RimRim.



* SuspiciouslySpecificDenial: This gem from a grunt outside of the PokeHadron Collider. "... and no, you'll never get into the Collider from the tube itself! And no, you can't get into the tube from up north! Where are you getting these ideas?"
* TheComputerIsACheatingBastard: [[spoiler: AI controlled Pokemon like Corlett's Gavantula have illegal movesets like Ice Beam despite the fact that it's not part of the allowed moveset. Plus Wilson's Sigil Hall team is filled with unobtainable and overpowered Fakemon (though they can be defeated with strategy). Furthermore, at the Challenge Championships the player is limited to 3 Pokemon but [[MyRulesAreNotYourRules later opponents are able to use 4 Pokemon.]]]]

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* SuspiciouslySpecificDenial: This gem from a grunt outside of the PokeHadron PokéHadron Collider. "... and no, you'll never get into the Collider from the tube itself! And no, you can't get into the tube from up north! Where are you getting these ideas?"
* TheComputerIsACheatingBastard: [[spoiler: AI [[spoiler:AI controlled Pokemon Pokémon like Corlett's Gavantula have illegal movesets like Ice Beam despite the fact that it's not part of the allowed moveset. Plus Wilson's Sigil Hall team is filled with unobtainable and overpowered Fakemon (though they can be defeated with strategy). Furthermore, at the Challenge Championships the player is limited to 3 Pokemon Pokémon, but [[MyRulesAreNotYourRules later opponents are able to use 4 Pokemon.Pokémon.]]]]



* TimeTravel: All Legendary Pokemon and Unown can use TMXX, Tesseract to travel into the past.

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* TimeTravel: All Legendary Pokemon Pokémon and Unown can use TMXX, Tesseract to travel into the past.



* WhyDontYouJustShootHim: Lampshaded by a Grunt of the game's Evil Team. He ponders why he doesn't have a gun on him so he can just shoot the player for interfering with their plans. [[spoiler: After beating him for the first time, Odin/Zeus draws a pistol and decides to just kill you then and there. Lucky for you, [[{{CastingAShadow}} Tobias]] of the Elite Four saves you.]]
* YouMonster: There is a trainer that, upon defeat, says that she was doing a Nuzlocke and that you killed all of her pokémon.

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* WhyDontYouJustShootHim: Lampshaded by a Grunt of the game's Evil Team. He ponders why he doesn't have a gun on him so he can just shoot the player for interfering with their plans. [[spoiler: After [[spoiler:After beating him for the first time, Odin/Zeus draws a pistol and decides to just kill you then and there. Lucky for you, [[{{CastingAShadow}} Tobias]] of the Elite Four saves you.]]
* YouMonster: There is a trainer that, upon defeat, says that she was doing a Nuzlocke and that you killed all of her pokémon.Pokémon.


* ObviousBeta: The whole game is significantly underpolished and bug-ridden, which is the whole reason why the online features were removed, and why a planned successor, Epsilon, has almost only the Vesryn region in common with this game. The piss-poor battle move animation library can pass, because it's an issue with Essentials itself. Other than that, its soundtrack consists of almost nothing but stock Essentials music, the selection would immediately go back to the last button used when moving it immediately after going back to the last menu, the level curve is atrocious, the legendaries and certain stationary-encountered mons are PermanentlyMissableContent (especially the safari legendaries), and the Aroma region arc is broken everywhere. There, for example, the level curve is no different, and the gym leaders don't use the gym leader battle theme.

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* ObviousBeta: The whole game is significantly underpolished and bug-ridden, which is the whole reason why the online features were removed, and why a planned successor, Epsilon, has almost only the Vesryn region in common with this game. The piss-poor battle move animation library can pass, because it's an issue with Essentials itself. Other than that, its soundtrack consists of almost nothing but stock Essentials music, certain post-game boss areas are [[CurbStompBattle never locked]], the selection would immediately go back to the last button used when moving it immediately after going back to the last menu, the level curve is atrocious, the legendaries and certain stationary-encountered mons are PermanentlyMissableContent (especially the safari legendaries), and the Aroma region arc is broken everywhere. There, for example, the level curve is no different, and the gym leaders don't use the gym leader battle theme.


* JustDesserts: After defeating [[spoiler:Red]], [[spoiler:the BigBad, Odin/Zeus]] enters, kills him with [[spoiler:Divaevus]] to overpower himself, but then gets eaten by [[spoiler:Wilson's Megasparce]], thus defeating him once and for all and [[spoiler:makes Team Asgard/Olympus no longer a threat]].

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* JustDesserts: After defeating [[spoiler:Red]], [[spoiler:the BigBad, Odin/Zeus]] enters, kills him with [[spoiler:Divaevus]] to overpower himself, but then gets eaten by [[spoiler:Wilson's Megasparce]], thus defeating him once and for all and [[spoiler:makes [[spoiler:making Team Asgard/Olympus no longer a threat]].



* ObviousBeta: The whole game is significantly underpolished and bug-ridden, which is the whole reason why the online features were removed, and why a planned successor, Epsilon, has almost only the Vesryn region in common with this game. The piss-poor battle move animation library can pass, because it's an issue with Essentials itself. Other than that, its soundtrack consists of almost nothing but stock Essentials music, the selection would immediately go back to the last button used when moving it immediately after going back to the last menu, the level curve is atrocious, the legendaries and certain stationary-encountered mons are PermanentlyMissableContent (especially the safari legendaries), and the Aroma region arc is broken everywhere. There, for example, the level curve is no different, and the gym leaders don't use the gym leader battle theme.



* ShoutOut: [[spoiler:Wilson's second team contains references to Terminator 2, Digimon, and Pacific Rim]]

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* ShoutOut: [[spoiler:Wilson's second team team]] contains references to Terminator 2, Digimon, and Pacific Rim]]Rim

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* JustDesserts: After defeating [[spoiler:Red]], [[spoiler:the BigBad, Odin/Zeus]] enters, kills him with [[spoiler:Divaevus]] to overpower himself, but then gets eaten by [[spoiler:Wilson's Megasparce]], thus defeating him once and for all and [[spoiler:makes Team Asgard/Olympus no longer a threat]].


''Pokémon Zeta and Omicron'' are fan games created by Website/{{Reddit}} user thesuzerain (who would later make ''VideoGame/PokemonInsurgence''), and can be found [[http://pokemonzetaomicron.net/download here]]. It is a custom-built game using ''VideoGame/RPGMaker XP''; it is not a ROM hack or other hacked game. The game has two regions, starting off in the Versyn region, and continuing into the Aroma region. Like most ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' games, your goal is to collect all eight gym badges and stop a villainous team along the way, which changes depending on the version you're playing, Team Asgard for Zeta, and Team Olympus for Omicron.

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''Pokémon Zeta and Omicron'' are fan games created by Website/{{Reddit}} user thesuzerain (who would later make ''VideoGame/PokemonInsurgence''), and can be found [[http://pokemonzetaomicron.net/download [[https://www.reddit.com/r/pokemonzetaomicron/comments/60yzji/pokemon_zetaomicron_1552/ here]]. It is a custom-built game using ''VideoGame/RPGMaker XP''; it is not a ROM hack or other hacked game. The game has two regions, starting off in the Versyn region, and continuing into the Aroma region. Like most ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' games, your goal is to collect all eight gym badges and stop a villainous team along the way, which changes depending on the version you're playing, Team Asgard for Zeta, and Team Olympus for Omicron.


''Pokémon Zeta and Omicron'' are fan games created by Website/{{Reddit}} user thesuzerain, and can be found [[http://pokemonzetaomicron.net/download here]]. It is a custom-built game using ''VideoGame/RPGMaker XP''; it is not a ROM hack or other hacked game. The game has two regions, starting off in the Versyn region, and continuing into the Aroma region. Like most ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' games, your goal is to collect all eight gym badges and stop a villainous team along the way, which changes depending on the version you're playing, Team Asgard for Zeta, and Team Olympus for Omicron.

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''Pokémon Zeta and Omicron'' are fan games created by Website/{{Reddit}} user thesuzerain, thesuzerain (who would later make ''VideoGame/PokemonInsurgence''), and can be found [[http://pokemonzetaomicron.net/download here]]. It is a custom-built game using ''VideoGame/RPGMaker XP''; it is not a ROM hack or other hacked game. The game has two regions, starting off in the Versyn region, and continuing into the Aroma region. Like most ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' games, your goal is to collect all eight gym badges and stop a villainous team along the way, which changes depending on the version you're playing, Team Asgard for Zeta, and Team Olympus for Omicron.

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*GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere:[[spoiler: Stan. Appearing right before fighting [[OlympusMons Arceus]], he's a red stick figure who speaks like he's in a chatroom and claims he made Arceus out of Paper Mache before battling you with a team of pokémon at the level cap. [[BigLippedAlligatorMoment After finishing the battle he leaves and is never seen again.]]]]

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*DiscOneNuke: Rotom, forms included, is available in Onega Town, right before the second gym. [[CurbStompBattle Try bringing its Heat Forme to the Grass or Steel gyms]]. It only stops being absurdly overpowered around the sixth gym, and remains useful for the whole game.


* HopelessBossFight: The Cassiopeia Town Gym has Gym Leader Enelle's "Super-Ninja Bodyguards." Level 120, fully buffed and kitted. You are supposed to sneak past them. (The Gym even has a sign warning Nuzlocke players that they WILL likely die if they fight them.) It is possible to defeat them, but you receive no special rewards for doing so other than a [[FunnyMoments humorous reaction.]]

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* HopelessBossFight: The Cassiopeia Town Gym has Gym Leader Enelle's "Super-Ninja Bodyguards." Level 120, fully buffed and kitted. You are supposed to sneak past them. (The Gym even has a sign warning Nuzlocke players that they WILL likely die if they fight them.) It is possible to defeat them, but you receive no special rewards for doing so other than a [[FunnyMoments [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments humorous reaction.]]

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