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Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen Versions

154 bytes removed, 24 August
Undo revision 3015580 by PokéSean (talk)This is a remake of Red and Green, not Yellow. Japanese Green is International Blue.
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==Changes from Pokémon Red, Green/Blue, and YellowGreen==
[[Image:FireRed First Battle.png|thumb|The battle screen]]
* {{p|Ponyta}} and {{p|Magmar}} (LeafGreen only) have been moved to new locations. Ponyta is now located on One Island's [[Kindle Road]], and Magmar is now at [[Mt. Ember]]. In Generation I, they were both found in the {{ka|Pokémon Mansion}} on [[Cinnabar Island]].
* {{p|Deoxys}} debuts two new forms: Attack Forme (FireRed) and Defense Forme (LeafGreen), which appear exclusively in the respective games.
* {{p|Moltres}} has moved from its original location in {{ka|Victory Road}} to [[Mt. Ember]]. [[Cerulean Cave]], where Mewtwo resides, now requires {{m|Rock Smash}} for navigation, and it cannot be entered until after the post-game mission in the Sevii Islands has been completed.
*** It returns to Victory Road in {{Game|Let's Go, Pikachu!|Let's Go, Eevee!}}
* One of [[Johto]]'s [[legendary beasts]] ({{p|Raikou}}, {{p|Entei}}, or {{p|Suicune}}) will [[Roaming Pokémon|roam]] around Kanto after completing the Network Machine quest on the Sevii Islands during the post-game. The beast that appears is the one that has a type advantage over the player's [[starter Pokémon]].
* [[Game-exclusive Pokémon]] and [[wild Pokémon]] distribution have been altered from the original games to account for new evolutions released in [[Generation II]].
* Most of the themes remain the same, with some exceptions listed below.
** In Generation I, the {{FB|Kanto|Power Plant}} used the [[Team Rocket Hideout|Rocket Hideout]] theme. In FireRed and LeafGreen, the Power Plant uses the {{ka|Pokémon Mansion}} theme.
**It returns to having the Rocket Hideout in Let's Go!
** In Generation I, the standard Trainer battle music was used for the three [[Elite Four]] members other than Lance, which used the Gym Leader battle theme. In FireRed and LeafGreen, the Gym Leader background music is used for all four members.
** In Generation I, when [[Professor Oak]] congratulates the player after becoming the Pokémon League {{pkmn|Champion}}, a slower version of the theme from [[Viridian City]], [[Pewter City]], and [[Saffron City]] played. In FireRed and LeafGreen, a happier-toned version of the [[Pallet Town]] background music plays at this point instead.