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Jack redirects here. For other uses, see Jack (disambiguation).

The Rival's effect (also known as Jack) is an effect in Pokémon Red, Green, Blue, and Yellow, caused by certain glitch items that allows the player to temporarily become invisible and move through normally impassable tiles that are one or two tiles thick.

In Yellow, it is also capable of desynchronizing the walking Pikachu so that is more than one step away from the player, because Pikachu will stay when the effect is active; which is useful for the Pikawalk glitch (Pikachu off-screen glitch).

The glitch is known in Japanese as "missing wall" (Japanese: 壁抜け).

The glitch gets its English names because "RIVAL's" (hex:A2; Pokémon Red and Blue) and "JACK" (hex: B4; Pokémon Blue) are two of the glitch items that can activate the glitch.

Performing the glitch

The Rival's effect is activated by using a "Rival's effect item", which can be identified by adding +80 the the hexadecimal ID of an item that opens the Pokémon menu. For example, the glitch items "E tE" (hex:94) (Red/Blue) or "o" (hex:94) (Yellow) function like a Potion (hex:14) and are examples.

Any glitch item can be obtained in the English versions of Pokémon Red, Blue and Yellow using the Celadon looping map trick. In the Japanese versions, another item creation glitch must be used; due to the x-position address corresponding to a quantity and not an item.

If the item is an unterminated name glitch item, then a hex:50 tile (such as the bottom-left corner of a bush) must exist somewhere on the screen to avoid corruption after selecting it (but not using it).

List of Rival's effect glitch items

See Category:Rival's effect glitch items

Steps

  1. Face a passable tile.
  2. Use the Rival's effect item to open the Pokémon menu.
  3. Close the menus with B. The Pokémon sprites from the Pokémon menu will still show, and the player and NPCs will disappear.
  4. Try to move in the direction you want to go, until you become stuck. You may be able to pass through a tile even if it is normally impassable.
  5. Open the Pokémon menu from the start menu and close it to bring the sprites back and be able to walk again.

Curiosities

  • Moving in front of the locked Viridian City door while under the Rival's effect will cause Red to walk down and jump down a ledge (it may normally be impossible to make him jump by moving to another ledge). Red's shadow will show but not Red himself. If you open the menu while your shadow is showing, the shadow will be replaced with 9 and a horizontally flipped 9 in Pokémon Yellow and 9, the flipped 9 and both the 9, flipped 9 flipped vertically in Pokémon Red and Blue.
  • Using a valid item that opens the menu (such as a Rare Candy) after closing the Pokémon menu the Rival's effect glitch item brought up may make Red's sprite appear over the menu. Closing the start menus will activate the Rival's effect with Red visible on the screen (normally Red is invisible during the Rival's effect glitch). Red may be able to move facing the direction he was without turning or his sprite animating.
  • If you open the Pokédex or the Town Map immediately after using the Rival's effect item, the Pokémon menu sprites will still appear on the menu. Pressing up may make the game register it as a down press the for the first time. (documented by drc and Torchickens).

Explanation

Certain items are part of a list of items that open the Pokémon menu. Rival's effect glitch items open the Pokémon menu, but are not included on the list; meaning that when the menu is closed part of the game manages the player as if the party screen was still open. (explanation by TheZZAZZGlitch)

These items include:

ID (Hex) ID (Dec) Item
0A 10 Moon Stone
0B 11 Antidote
0C 12 Burn Heal
0D 13 Ice Heal
0E 14 Awakening
0F 15 Parlyz Heal
10 16 Full Restore
11 17 Max Potion
12 18 Hyper Potion
13 19 Super Potion
14 20 Potion
20 32 Fire Stone
21 33 Thunder Stone
22 34 Water Stone
23 35 Hp Up
24 36 Protein
25 37 Iron
26 38 Carbos
27 39 Calcium
28 40 Rare Candy
2F 47 Leaf Stone
34 52 Full Heal
35 53 Revive
36 54 Max Revive
3C 60 Fresh Water
3D 61 Soda Pop
3E 62 Lemonade
41 65 X Attack
42 66 X Defend
43 67 X Speed
44 68 X Special
4F 79 PP Up
50 80 Ether
51 81 Max Ether
52 82 Elixer
53 83 Max Elixer