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Pokémon Glitch Discussion / Re: General Pokemon Glitchiness
« Last post by Mefista on Yesterday at 11:57:23 pm »

Tho I just tried, and, giving how dumb I am, no matter how I try, it won't get me below 4 pokemon owned ><
Ooh, this happened to me once! I freaked out and reloaded tho...
Debate Wars / Re: Do Hackers Ruin Games?
« Last post by 0ErrorYT on Yesterday at 10:04:28 pm »
One of my favorite games was recently breached and leaked a lot of emails and passwords, including moderator and developer passwords. However at the same time I gen Pokemon all the time. So is hacking/cheating/genning bad? It honestly depends on the game.
Ok, just managed to do it again and did some experimenting. The glitch appears to happen when using Mimic on the same turn the opponent switches out their Pokemon, and Mimic is used on the newly switched in Pokemon. When this happens Mimic will copy a move into the 2nd move slot, regardless of Mimic's actual position, and will use that Move's PP (i.e. the PP of the move that was originally in the second slot) for the PP of the copied move. It also causes the opponent's sprite to disappear.
Two other details I forgot to mention. The Golbat used Haze, and its sprite disappeared (I don't remember if that was before or after the Haze though)
Not sure but it sounds like that might be new. I'll look into it. Thanks! :)
Was fighting Agatha with an Eevee (moveset is Double-Edge, Bite, Mimic, Body Slam), and had it lead with Mimic to get a move that it can hit Ghosts with. Agatha switched out her lead Gengar with her Golbat, so I copied Wing Attack from it. Then (I think) I noticed it was copied over slot 2 instead of slot 3 (or maybe I noticed Mimic in slot 2, I don't exactly recall), and used it to get a second copy of Wing Attack on the Eevee (it also might have been that I used Wing Attack and it brought up the copy window again). Sorry for not remembering exactly what happened. Does anyone know what happened in that situation or is this something new?
Have fun with Japanese Blue! I think it's nice to try out the different languages. :)

Japanese Blue's item 0x00 is indeed random to an unknown degree. You can track where its getting its name from by setting a breakpoint to 0:3822 and opening the menu with it in the menu as the first item.

The name is sometimes in RAM or WRAM, hence you have a chance of getting it to be what you want. And if we're really lucky, maybe we can use a special item name in combination with a screen data saving glitch item for a specific instant encounter/out of battle capture like Rival LOL glitch.

I think Red/Green have a weird item 0x00 too, but I haven't checked if it's random.
Pokémon Glitch Discussion / Re: General Pokemon Glitchiness
« Last post by ISSOtm on Yesterday at 07:28:40 am »
Start at D2F6, and set everything to zero. This will remove all Pokémon from your Pokédex, including Pikachu.
You can set these back after you obtain the parcel.
Pokémon Glitch Discussion / Re: General Pokemon Glitchiness
« Last post by Mefista on December 15, 2017, 09:42:11 pm »
Yup. Put in 5 + got Pikachu.
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