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'M (FF) (previous menu sprite)
Front: RB Charizard front.pngBack: RBY Charizard backsprite.png
Bulbapedia link 'M (FF)
Equivalent glitch Pokémon Q (FF) (Yellow)
Generation II equivalent Snubbull (EN Gold/Silver), Granbull (EN Crystal)
Generation II Pokémon needed for Time Capsule exploit Unknown
Name bytes D7 3D 3E 12 E0 8C CD 20 29 CD 50
Index number (hex) FF
Index number (dec) 255
Pokédex number
(Family)
006
Pokédex marker byte 0x06
Pokédex flag (seen) Seen Charizard
Pokédex flag (own) Own Charizard
Type(s) Fire/Flying
Category ₽L 'L ▸4K h Ib ◣r 2Pk I
Height 23'0
Weight 880.6 lb
Palette attribute byte
Catch rate constant 0x2D
Experience group Medium-Slow 03 Medium-Slow.png
Experience at Level 100: 1,059,860
Experience at Level 255: 2,170,419
Experience yield 0xD1
Sprite dimensions (base data) 7x7
Front sprite source pointer 0D:6286
Back sprite source pointer 0D:6495
Front sprite dimensions (actual) 7x7
Back sprite dimensions (actual) 4x4
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'M (FE) 'M (FF) 'M (00)

'M (FF) is a dual-type Fire/Flying-type glitch Pokémon in Pokémon Red and Blue.

It is a hybrid of Charizard.

It cannot be caught with the Trainer escape glitch or another means of instant encounter, as a "14S" (0x37) glitch Trainer battle will be initiated instead.

Q is the equivalent trade glitch Pokémon in Pokémon Yellow.

Methods to obtain

Starting moves

  • Scratch
  • Growl
  • Ember
  • Leer

Evolution(s)

No evolutions known.

Pokédex data

RB Dex FF.png

Level-up moves

  • Sand Attack (Level 1)
  • Swords Dance (Level 9)
  • Slam (Level 11)
  • TM50 (Level 19)
  • Glitch Move 0x00 (Level 28)
  • TM09 (Level 30)
  • Aurora Beam (Level 32)
  • TM29 (Level 33)
  • TM09 (Level 38)
  • Karate Chop (Level 40)
  • TM50 (Level 48)
  • Glitch Move 0x00 (Level 62)
  • TM09 (Level 99)
  • Fly (Level 114)
  • TM05 (Level 119)
  • Absorb (Level 126)
  • Absorb (Level 144)
  • TM07 (Level 145)
  • TM07 (Level 146)
  • TM07 (Level 148)
  • TM05 (Level 163)
  • Horn Drill (Level 167)
  • TM07 (Level 185)
  • Tackle (Level 204)
  • Slam (Level 205)
  • Glitch Move 0xA7 (Level 207)
  • TM45 (Level 209)
  • Pound (Level 225)
  • Tackle (Level 229)
  • Leech Seed (Level 234)
  • TM34 (Level 241)
  • Flash (Level 250)
  • Double Slap (Level 254)

TM/HM moves

  • TM01 Mega Punch
  • TM03 Swords Dance
  • TM05 Mega Kick
  • TM06 Toxic
  • TM08 Body Slam
  • TM09 Take Down
  • TM10 Double-Edge
  • TM15 Hyper Beam
  • TM17 Submission
  • TM18 Counter
  • TM19 Seismic Toss
  • TM20 Rage
  • TM23 Dragon Rage
  • TM26 Earthquake
  • TM27 Fissure
  • TM28 Dig
  • TM31 Mimic
  • TM32 Double Team
  • TM33 Reflect
  • TM34 Bide
  • TM38 Fire Blast
  • TM39 Swift
  • TM40 Skull Bash
  • TM44 Rest
  • TM50 Substitute
  • HM01 Cut
  • HM04 Strength


Base stats

Base stats Level 50 stat range Level 100 stat range
HP: 78 138-184 266-359
Attack: 84 89-135 173-266
Defense: 78 83-129 161-254
Speed: 100 105-151 205-298
Special: 85 90-136 175-268


Derivative glitches

Useful for setting up glitches known as the Pokémon merge glitch (which allows the player to create an unstable hybrid glitch Pokémon), storage box remaining HP glitch and Generation I maximum stat glitch (which allow for manipulation of a Pokémon into a different species or to give it maximum stats).