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Miscellaneous glitches of Pokémon Red and Blue and Pokémon Yellow

Amazing Man (Red and Blue only)| Cable Club escape glitch | Celadon looping map trick | Champion Blue music muting glitch | Coastal Flooding | Cooltrainer move | Cycling based glitch maps | Escape sprite handling glitch | Evolve without an evolutionary stone (Red and Blue only) | Evolving Raichu (Red and Blue only) | Expanded item pack | Expanded Pokédex | Focus Energy glitch | Get stuck in a wall | Ghost Bicycle glitch | Glitch encounter system | Glitch City RAM Manipulation | Infinite Blaine Door | Introduction Nidorino glitch (Red and Blue only) | Invisible PCs (Red and Blue only) | Invisible tree glitch | Item stack duplication glitch | Mute the music in the Pokémon League | Partial trapping move link battle glitch | Pokémon Tower Pokédex glitch | PP Reset Glitch | Recovery move glitch | Rival's effect | See a Ghost without a Silph Scope | Selfdestruct and Substitute glitch | Silph Co. PC Glitch | Slot machine glitch | Stand on a tree | Statue behavior glitch (Red and Blue only) | Substitute glitch | Super effective move AI flaw (Red and Blue only) | Super Glitch | Surf down glitch | Swift miss glitch | Transform assumption glitch | Transform Empty Move Glitch | Trick Zone | Vending machine purchase glitch | Walk around with only fainted Pokémon (Red and Blue only) | Walking lag glitch | Walk on water through Surf | Walking Pikachu happiness glitch (Yellow only) | Wild appeared! | ZZAZZ Glitch

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Please note that this glitch only exists in the Japanese versions of the game, or is otherwise a glitch
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from a Pokémon game which was only released in Japan.

The Saffron Gym glitch (Japanese: ヤマブキジムのバグ, Yamabuki Gym Bug) is a glitch that only appears in Pokémon Red and Green. It was fixed in Japanese Blue, Pocket Monsters Pikachu, and the localizations.

Losing to Sabrina in Saffron Gym and then re-entering the gym causes the game to immediately print the text about the Marsh Badge letting Pokémon up to level 70 obey the player, and the player will receive a TM46, Psywave. This counts as a win, and the player will receive the Marsh Badge.

Obtaining text about the Gold Badge at the Saffron Gym entrance.


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