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===English Red/Blue/Yellow===
 
===English Red/Blue/Yellow===
*See the [[GlitchDex]].
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*Some of the most known include [[MissingNo.]], [[GlitchDex/RB:000|'M (00)]]/its Yellow equivalent [[GlitchDex/Y:000|3TRAINERPOKé₽ (00)]], and [[GlitchDex/RB:255|'M (FF), also known as "Charizard 'M"]]/its Yellow equivalent [[GlitchDex/Y:255|Q (FF)]]. For others, see the [[GlitchDex]].
  
 
===Japanese Red/Green/Blue/Yellow===
 
===Japanese Red/Green/Blue/Yellow===
*See the [[GlitchDexJP]].
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*[[GlitchDexJP/RG:255|アネ゙デパミ゙ (FF)]] and けつばん (MissingNo.) are examples of infamous Japanese glitch Pokémon. For others, see the [[GlitchDexJP]].
  
 
===French Red/Blue/Yellow===
 
===French Red/Blue/Yellow===
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===English Gold/Silver===
 
===English Gold/Silver===
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*[[?????]]
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*[[Generation II glitch Egg]]
 
*[[Glitch Unown]]
 
*[[Glitch Unown]]
*Others are listed in the [[GlitchDex]].
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*Variants are listed in the [[GlitchDex]] and [[UnownDex]].
  
 
===English Crystal===
 
===English Crystal===
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*[[?????]]
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*[[Generation II glitch Egg]]
 
*[[Glitch Unown]]
 
*[[Glitch Unown]]
*Others are listed in the [[GlitchDex]].
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*Variants are listed in the [[GlitchDex]] and [[UnownDex]].
  
 
===Japanese Gold/Silver Nintendo Space World 1997 demo===
 
===Japanese Gold/Silver Nintendo Space World 1997 demo===
*See the [[GlitchDexJP]].
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*Includes five glitch Pokémon and glitch Unown. See the [[GlitchDexJP]].
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===Japanese Gold/Silver/Crystal===
 
===Japanese Gold/Silver/Crystal===
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*[[Generation VI 724+ glitch Pokémon]]
 
*[[Generation VI 724+ glitch Pokémon]]
 
*[[Generation VI glitch Egg]] ([[Mystery Egg glitch|Mystery Egg]], [[Bad Egg]])
 
*[[Generation VI glitch Egg]] ([[Mystery Egg glitch|Mystery Egg]], [[Bad Egg]])
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Notes: A placeholder "ピカチュウ♀" name tag exists in the code in X/Y.
  
 
==Generation VII==
 
==Generation VII==
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*[[Generation VII glitch Egg]]
 
*[[Generation VII glitch Egg]]
 
*Pokémon Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee! glitch Pokémon (invalid Pokémon appearing as both glitch Eggs and glitch Marowak have been documented in videos. More research is needed.)
 
*Pokémon Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee! glitch Pokémon (invalid Pokémon appearing as both glitch Eggs and glitch Marowak have been documented in videos. More research is needed.)
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==Generation VIII==
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*[[Pikachu placeholder glitch Pokémon]]
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Notes: Pokémon from past games will not be added due to the planned release of [[bp:Pokémon HOME|Pokémon HOME]].
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
 
*[[YOP|YOP (Emerald)]]
 
*[[YOP|YOP (Emerald)]]
 
[[Category:Glitch Pokémon|*]]
 
[[Category:Glitch Pokémon|*]]

Revision as of 16:10, 15 January 2020

More research is needed for this article.
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Reason given: Pokémon Go, Pokémon Rumble, Pokémon Conquest and other games



English MissingNo. and 'M (00) sprites; infamous glitch Pokémon
アネ゙デパミ゙ (FF); another infamous glitch Pokémon in Japanese circles

This article is a list of glitch Pokémon, with transcribed names.

Feel free to add more glitch Pokémon (of any language) to this list.

The GlitchDex is a more complete index of the English Generation I and II glitch Pokémon and contains images of,the glitch Pokémon's names to cover illegible characters, as well as base stats, types, families (Pokédex numbers), and sample menu sprites.


Notes

  • Here is a useful document on the Japanese glitch Pokémon, created by danny. (link)

Generation I

English Red/Blue/Yellow

Japanese Red/Green/Blue/Yellow

French Red/Blue/Yellow

German Red/Blue/Yellow

Italian Red/Blue/Yellow

Spanish Red/Blue/Yellow

Generation II

English Gold/Silver

English Crystal

Japanese Gold/Silver Nintendo Space World 1997 demo

  • Includes five glitch Pokémon and glitch Unown. See the GlitchDexJP.


Japanese Gold/Silver/Crystal

French Gold/Silver/Crystal

German Gold/Silver/Crystal

Italian Gold/Silver/Crystal

Korean Gold/Silver

Spanish Gold/Silver/Crystal

Generation III (DecDex)

See DecDex

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky

  • Kecleon
  • Dialga

(Source: birby100)

Explorers of Sky Kecleon.png Explorers of Sky Dialga.png


Generation IV

Generation V


Generation VI

Notes: A placeholder "ピカチュウ♀" name tag exists in the code in X/Y.

Generation VII


Generation VIII


Notes: Pokémon from past games will not be added due to the planned release of Pokémon HOME.

See also