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Decamark specific glitches
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The groovy box effect glitch caused by glitch Pokémon 0xCCD7 in Pokémon Emerald.

This article is a list of Decamark specific glitches, such as glitches from Decamarks obtained with Glitzer Popping, a derivative trick of the "sending out a ??????????" sub-glitch of the Pomeg glitch in Pokémon Emerald.

Fast cloning

Documented by Metarkrai and caused by glitch Pokémon 0x2600, which is available with an Attack EV of 38 and 0 HP EVs. In order for the player to perform fast cloning, they should first select the glitch Pokémon from the box or party but not pick it up or view its summary. Afterwards the player should select a Pokémon they want to clone and the hand will pick up an invisible Bad Egg. The player should then switch this with the Pokémon they want to clone to pick it up, then move it elsewhere and place it down.

Music channel muting glitch

Documented by Submachine39 and caused by glitch Pokémon 0x0A0D, which is available with 10 Attack EVs and 13 HP EVs. Selecting this glitch Pokémon will effectively disable the "Direct Sound A" and "Direct Sound B" music channels.

Groovy box effect glitch

Documented by Metarkrai and caused by glitch Pokémon 0xCCD7, which is available with 204 Attack EVs and 215 HP EVs. Selecting this glitch Pokémon enables the player to change the colour of scrolling box backgrounds based on Pokémon they view.

PKMN data and close box color changer

Documented by Metarkrai and caused by glitch Pokémon 0xCC9D, which is available with 204 Attack EVs and 157 HP EVs. Selecting this glitch Pokémon enables the player to change the color of boxes in the Pokémon Storage System.

Arbitary code execution

Documented by TheZZAZZGlitch. Available by viewing the summary of glitch Pokémon 0x097D, see this section of the Glitzer Popping article.

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