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The term '''Pokémon Cloning''' is commonly used as a name for multiple [[glitches]] in several Pokémon games which allow the player to duplicate a Pokémon and often any item with it. Players may use this term as a reference to any of the following [[glitches]]:
 
The term '''Pokémon Cloning''' is commonly used as a name for multiple [[glitches]] in several Pokémon games which allow the player to duplicate a Pokémon and often any item with it. Players may use this term as a reference to any of the following [[glitches]]:

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Reason given: Generation VI cloning and a mention of how there are now two cloning glitches in Generation III


The term Pokémon Cloning is commonly used as a name for multiple glitches in several Pokémon games which allow the player to duplicate a Pokémon and often any item with it. Players may use this term as a reference to any of the following glitches:

  1. Pokémon Cloning (Generation I)
  2. Pokémon Cloning (Generation II)
  3. Pokémon Cloning (Emerald)
  4. Pokémon Cloning (Generation IV)