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Draining hitpoints animation glitch
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Miscellaneous glitches of Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire, Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen and Pokémon Emerald

PokéMart worker glitch (Emerald) | Dark Red Selector (Ruby and Sapphire) | Pokédex Species Glitch (FireRed/LeafGreen) | Azurill gender glitch (Recurring) | Berry glitch (Ruby and Sapphire) | Sticky Hold glitch (Ruby and Sapphire) | Surf on land (Ruby and Sapphire) (Japan only) | Thunderbolt glitch (Various) | Dewford Gym footprint glitch (Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald) | Draining hitpoints animation glitch (Ruby and Sapphire) | Amazing Trainers (Ruby and Sapphire) | Roaming Pokémon individual values issue (Various) | Roaming Pokémon Roar glitch (FireRed and LeafGreen) | Focus Punch glitch (Various) | Mail and Trick glitches (Ruby/Sapphire - JPN) | Mossdeep City Skitty glitch (Ruby/Sapphire) | Sky Pillar glitch (Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald) | Truck glitch (Ruby and Sapphire) | Nightmare glitch (Ruby and Sapphire)

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The draining hitpoints animation glitch or HP drain glitch is a minor glitch which only exists in Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire. If the player's Pokémon deals a very large amount of damage on a wild Pokémon (33038 or more through testing with the move Endeavor and an enemy Pokémon with over 33038 HP) the enemy Pokémon will faint without its HP bar draining.

Requirements

  1. A battle situation which is very beneficial for the player, such as a level 100 Kyogre with high HP and six Calm Mind boosts that is about to use Water Spout.

Kyogre method

  1. Encounter a relatively low level Pokémon, ideally one which the player can get a Super Effective hit on, such as Sandshrew.
  2. Send out Kyogre and make sure that rain has activated and the opponent does not have either Air Lock or Cloud Nine.
  3. Get six Calm Mind boosts on Kyogre and ensure that the player has not taken much damage.
  4. Use Water Spout and if the damage dealt is enough the opponent will faint without its HP bar draining.

Dealing exactly 33037 damage

When ChickasaurusGL tested the move Endeavor on an enemy Pokémon with a hacked amount of HP that was over 33037, dealing exactly 33037 damage caused the HP bar to instantly fall to 0 without any delay. It is unknown if this was only caused by Endeavor and/or the hacking involved, or whether it is actually possible to deal exactly 33037 damage in normal gameplay.

External Links

  1. Youtube video by ChickasaurusGL.
  2. A list of minor glitches from Pokeglitch.tripod.com, mentioning this glitch.
  3. A page from an article on Serebii.net forums mentioning the glitch.