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Title: Updating the wiki and its future
Post by: Evie the Mother Hen ☽ ❤ on May 24, 2014, 06:23:45 pm
It would be great to update our wiki to cover most of the glitches we have collectively verified in the near future. It is also in need of some tender loving care.

When I was a regular contributor to the wiki, although I expanded it to a good degree, I made three big mistakes:

First, I added in at least one (http://glitchcity.info/wiki/index.php/Pomeg_glitch#Status screen errors) 'theory' about the causes of glitches without understanding what I was talking about and these were unverified and hard to read. Now I think if you're in doubt about something, it's best to leave it out, even though I'm not a deletionist. I think that a piece of information is better than nothing no matter how small it is, but not when you have no solid reason to support it.

Secondly, I was verifying glitches I hadn't even tried just because they had videos or were documented before. I think it is bad to do that when working on a wiki, especially a research focused one like Glitch City. When it is possible it is good to try something yourself, you may spot something important that was missed, such as, for lack of a good example, the glitch only working in certain circumstances or game revisions. Plus, there's always a low possibility that the glitch could be fake, even though I think that's unlikely.

Thirdly, I feel that my grammar and choice of words wasn't particularly good. Now that I've learned to be more clear in my writing, I will work on improving the articles that read poorly.

Also, I avoided taking my own screenshots, resulting in unnecessarily large/low quality screenshots taken from videos.

I will personally go through every glitch page we have except for the Dex pages, and clean them up/update them when I have the time. When that is done (I expect this will take a while), I will work on adding pages for new glitches. This shouldn't be too bad for certain glitches that I have video descriptions for.

A problem that needs fixing:

Using 'Search' on "Search Wiki" or 'Go' when there is no exact page match does not work. It simply leads to a blank page. I know this has been reported before, but I thought it was worth pointing it out again. It is significantly harder to navigate the wiki without a search option.

Future of the wiki: Should we form a glitch alliance?:

There is a highly successful Legend of Zelda glitch wiki called Zelda Chaos (http://jaytheham.com/zcw/Main_Page). When our wiki is up to standard (when it covers the most recently found glitches we have verified and is functional), I think it would be a good idea to become affiliates with them, and form a glitch wiki alliance, maybe called the "Independent Glitch Wiki Alliance" (IGWA)? All both wikis would have to do is add an "Independent Glitch Wiki Alliance (IGWA)" section to the sidebar, create a logo, and a template to add at the bottom of the main page.

I think this would definitely promote the wiki, attract new visitors and maybe new members.

New feature proposal, and about the page review system

The new feature I'm thinking of is having template(s) like this (http://jaytheham.com/zcw/Template:LoZGlitchHeader). We would need permission from Zelda Chaos if we wanted to just base our template on that, but this would be great to have; it would allow us to show which versions a glitch occurs more clearly than just writing e.g. "select buttons work in the Japanese Generation I games except for Pocket Monsters Pikachu". Thoughts on this?

I don't know whether page review system is worth it personally. Our wiki isn't very active, and having this feature discourages growth. Since a wiki can easily be updated, any errors can be removed. On the other hand, a page review system means that when the admins are inactive, a new potentially false statement won't be visible.

I think we should remove it, I'd like to think that most of our users have a good knowledge about glitches and won't add stuff like "Missingno. will erase your save file, don't catch it." What do other people think about this?

Also, I feel the "accuracy", "depth" and "readability" fields for the review system aren't necessary. Was that a MediaWiki default? I'm not sure.

Updating the GlitchDex/Should the GlitchDex pages be 'wikified'?

I'm not going to focus on this right now, but it would be good to update GlitchDex pages some time with these TM/HM learnsets (http://forums.glitchcity.info/index.php/topic,6560.0.html) and these (http://forums.glitchcity.info/index.php/topic,6613.0.html) level up moves/evolutions. Also valuable are the available Johto guard glitch moves and more available front/back sprites (with a note to say if any of them are random).

This would be a lot of work, but to make things easier it would be a good idea to actually wikify the GlitchDex to add new information without Abwayax having the update the HTML. I admittedly am no good at making templates, so I'd need some help in that respect.

Completing Project "Palette Town"

It'd be good to finish this project, if it never got finished. Project "Palette Town"' (http://forums.glitchcity.info/index.php/topic,6373.0.html)s goal is to replace all grey scale images on the wiki with Super Game Boy ones. It wouldn't be too much to do compared to some of the other stuff.
Title: Re: Updating the wiki and its future
Post by: pokechu22 on May 24, 2014, 06:57:48 pm
New feature proposal, and about the page review system

The new feature I'm thinking of is having template(s) like this (http://jaytheham.com/zcw/Template:LoZGlitchHeader). We would need permission from Zelda Chaos if we wanted to just base our template on that, but this would be great to have; it would allow us to show which versions a glitch occurs more clearly than just writing e.g. "select buttons work in the Japanese Generation I games except for Pocket Monsters Pikachu". Thoughts on this?

I don't know whether page review system is worth it personally. Our wiki isn't very active, and having this feature discourages growth. Since a wiki can easily be updated, any errors can be removed. On the other hand, a page review system means that when the admins are inactive, a new potentially false statement won't be visible.

I think we should remove it, I'd like to think that most of our users have a good knowledge about glitches and won't add stuff like "Missingno. will erase your save file, don't catch it." What do other people think about this?

Also, I feel the "accuracy", "depth" and "readability" fields for the review system aren't necessary. Was that a MediaWiki default? I'm not sure.

I agree with this part.  I also like the template.  It probably would be more useful to have several different templates for different generations, maybe also covering different localizations.  It might also be useful to have a template for unverified theories (similar to Wikipedia's [Original research?] template).

Updating the GlitchDex/Should the GlitchDex pages be 'wikified'?

I'm not going to focus on this right now, but it would be good to update GlitchDex pages some time with these TM/HM learnsets (http://forums.glitchcity.info/index.php/topic,6560.0.html) and these (http://forums.glitchcity.info/index.php/topic,6613.0.html) level up moves/evolutions. Also valuable are the available Johto guard glitch moves and more available front/back sprites (with a note to say if any of them are random).

This would be a lot of work, but to make things easier it would be a good idea to actually wikify the GlitchDex to add new information without Abwayax having the update the HTML. I admittedly am no good at making templates, so I'd need some help in that respect.

That would be highly useful.  As some of the pages have no images, and a large number of them also say that the Pokémon can't be obtained (despite that being false - We have the mew glitch), this would allow for some issues to be fixed.

Completing Project "Palette Town"

It'd be good to finish this project, if it never got finished. Project "Palette Town"' (http://forums.glitchcity.info/index.php/topic,6373.0.html)s goal is to replace all grey scale images on the wiki with Super Game Boy ones. It wouldn't be too much to do compared to some of the other stuff.

Not entirely related to that project, but it may be worth recording some sprites in both ways, as they may be obstructed by what Bulbapedia calls a "Glitch screen (http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Glitch_screen)", and thus not be useful.  Of course, some sprites vary, so that may not work too well. 
Title: Re: Updating the wiki and its future
Post by: VaeporSage on May 25, 2014, 03:12:50 am
I'll happily help out on the Pomeg glitch page over summer sometime. It's only fair that GCL should have the most in-depth analysis of glitches.  :)
Title: Re: Updating the wiki and its future
Post by: Evie the Mother Hen ☽ ❤ on May 25, 2014, 05:26:08 am
I'll happily help out on the Pomeg glitch page over summer sometime. It's only fair that GCL should have the most in-depth analysis of glitches.  :)

Thanks Vae, good luck and have fun!
Title: Re: Updating the wiki and its future
Post by: coloradohugge on May 25, 2014, 02:50:46 pm
Since you mentioned updating the glitchdex; Im not sure if it going to be needed, but i have compiled high res pictures of every glitch-pokémon from both the english and japanese Pokémon Red/Blue/Green (before yellow basically). And one thing that iv'e never seen on any web page is a full list of all the Japanese glitch-pokémon counterparts with their japanese names, And i encountered all of them and saved pics of them and looked at their names and transelated them from japanese to english too.

But since i only did it to get the sprites and names i never caught any of them. so i know nothing of the stats or attacks that may or may not differentiate from their english counterparts.
Title: Re: Updating the wiki and its future
Post by: Evie the Mother Hen ☽ ❤ on May 25, 2014, 05:33:59 pm
That would be useful, did you upload those pictures? If so, can you send me a link to them, please?

A list of Japanese glitch Pokémon names can actually be found here (http://www.geocities.jp/kattempla/pokebug/pokename.html).

I've just cleaned up a few pages, working across/down from the all pages list.

I had this thought; as much as how I find our pages on pre-release information and unused information useful, I'm inclined to delete most of them, except for iconic ones associated with glitches such as the Bird type. The Cutting Room Floor and Bulbapedia features all of this content so we could just alter the sidebar to link to there, and it wouldn't keep Glitch City Laboratories focused on glitches to have them. I do feel sentimental about them though, am I thinking in a narrow minded way?
Title: Re: Updating the wiki and its future
Post by: pokechu22 on May 25, 2014, 09:17:11 pm
That would be useful, did you upload those pictures? If so, can you send me a link to them, please?

A list of Japanese glitch Pokémon names can actually be found here (http://www.geocities.jp/kattempla/pokebug/pokename.html).

I've just cleaned up a few pages, working across/down from the all pages list.

I had this thought; as much as how I find our pages on pre-release information and unused information useful, I'm inclined to delete most of them, except for iconic ones associated with glitches such as the Bird type. The Cutting Room Floor and Bulbapedia features all of this content so we could just alter the sidebar to link to there, and it wouldn't keep Glitch City Laboratories focused on glitches to have them. I do feel sentimental about them though, am I thinking in a narrow minded way?

I don't think they should be removed.  Even if the information is partialy redundant, it is still a useful set of pages. 
Title: Re: Updating the wiki and its future
Post by: luckytyphlosion on May 25, 2014, 09:17:50 pm
I think we should clean up the "Miscellaneous Glitches" section too, and possibly split up the "Oversights" and "Minor Glitches", because IMO, "Introduction Nidorino glitch" should not be in the same position as the "ZZAZZ Glitch".
Title: Re: Updating the wiki and its future
Post by: coloradohugge on May 26, 2014, 12:35:11 am
That would be useful, did you upload those pictures? If so, can you send me a link to them, please?

A list of Japanese glitch Pokémon names can actually be found here (http://www.geocities.jp/kattempla/pokebug/pokename.html).


Nope i still haven't uploaded them yet. But i could do that And give you the link aswell.
=)
Title: Re: Updating the wiki and its future
Post by: Evie the Mother Hen ☽ ❤ on May 26, 2014, 08:26:36 am
That would be useful, did you upload those pictures? If so, can you send me a link to them, please?

A list of Japanese glitch Pokémon names can actually be found here (http://www.geocities.jp/kattempla/pokebug/pokename.html).


Nope i still haven't uploaded them yet. But i could do that And give you the link aswell.
=)

Yes please, thanks in advance! :D
Title: Re: Updating the wiki and its future
Post by: coloradohugge on May 26, 2014, 12:00:10 pm
That would be useful, did you upload those pictures? If so, can you send me a link to them, please?

A list of Japanese glitch Pokémon names can actually be found here (http://www.geocities.jp/kattempla/pokebug/pokename.html).


Nope i still haven't uploaded them yet. But i could do that And give you the link aswell.
=)

Yes please, thanks in advance! :D

Aaaand, here they are. everything should be there and i added their names and HEX in the names of every file. so if a file displays only the hex number but no name it's just that it has no name or that the name is just tiles/other symbols but hiragana, katakana or numbers. =)

<OUTDATED LINK>
Title: Re: Updating the wiki and its future
Post by: Evie the Mother Hen ☽ ❤ on May 26, 2014, 01:35:39 pm
Great! Thanks.

I wasn't aware these were Red/Green sprites (a lot of the sprites may be different in the English versions, like Red/Green Missingno. and how it can freeze the game upon encountering it), I was expecting Red/Blue ones, but thanks for your work anyway.

If you don't have Red/Blue ones, I could use Bulbapedia as it has English Red/Blue glitch Pokémon sprites, though a few are wrong, like this one (http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/File:RBGlitchFA.png). They would need double checking.

I have now updated the ZZAZZ glitch page (http://glitchcity.info/wiki/index.php/ZZAZZ_Glitch). It took a while, and I upgraded its status to a major glitch. You can warp to the Hall of Fame with it if you know how (see here (http://glitchcity.info/wiki/index.php/ZZAZZ_Glitch#Party_Pok.C3.A9mon_box_data_shift_glitch)).

I'd really like to see Glitch City Laboratories wiki as the ultimate Pokémon glitch reference site some day. If people want to help, feel free. If you continue to make good edits, I will promote you to the 'QC' user group so you can freely edit the wiki without your edits having to be reviewed.
Title: Re: Updating the wiki and its future
Post by: coloradohugge on May 26, 2014, 02:03:35 pm
If you don't have Red/Blue ones, I could use Bulbapedia as it has English Red/Blue glitch Pokémon sprites, though a few are wrong

yeah, but i could just gather all the English Red/Blue sprites aswell.
And Since i initially just assumed Bulbapedia had the right sprites already, I feel like checking all of them myself just to be sure that GlitchCityLaboraiories are using the sprites like they are supposed to be displayed.
And this time it won't take as long to do like the japanese sprites since now i just have to compare and see which of the bulbapedia sprites is correct already. =)
Title: Re: Updating the wiki and its future
Post by: luckytyphlosion on May 26, 2014, 03:36:47 pm
Another thing I don't really like are the speedrunner glitches. The category doesn't have much purpose, and it's also arbitrary on what a "speedrunning glitch" is (don't get me started on the "Catch 'em All Speedrun") so I say that we should move the pages in the category to the Major/Minor Glitches.

Same with those. What defines a "Major" Glitch and a "Minor" Glitch?
Title: Re: Updating the wiki and its future
Post by: MissingNoGuy55 on May 26, 2014, 04:06:06 pm
If we're ever going to get the wiki moving, it's reliant on Abwayax setting it up since he's the only one with the skill to actually wikify it, and with that level of access from my knowledge.

That or the MediaWiki template, but mind you I'm not sure about that being able to integrate into the HTML currently present. Correct me if I'm wrong.
Title: Re: Updating the wiki and its future
Post by: Evie the Mother Hen ☽ ❤ on May 26, 2014, 06:14:38 pm
Another thing I don't really like are the speedrunner glitches. The category doesn't have much purpose, and it's also arbitrary on what a "speedrunning glitch" is (don't get me started on the "Catch 'em All Speedrun") so I say that we should move the pages in the category to the Major/Minor Glitches.

Good point.

Same with those. What defines a "Major" Glitch and a "Minor" Glitch?

I will try to come up with some sort of solution. The next thing I'm planning to do is combine the Mew Trick and Ditto Trick page to create a "Trainer escape glitch" page and add more information, so I'll work on forming some sort of rule for categories of glitches after that.

Fun fact: The Trainer-Fly glitch is known in Japanese on Legendary Star Blob as the 'Special Encounter glitch (http://hakuda2.web.fc2.com/wario/poke1/f1.html)' (Japanese: とくしゅエンカウント). That's actually a pretty good name for it, just that the talking to trade NPCs thing messes that name up, plus you don't always get a Special encounter if the last text box wasn't the start menu and you can work the glitch (http://glitchcity.info/wiki/index.php/Walking_lag_glitch) so you encounter an undefeated Trainer from the place you return to, not a Special stat Pokémon/Trainer.

If you don't have Red/Blue ones, I could use Bulbapedia as it has English Red/Blue glitch Pokémon sprites, though a few are wrong

yeah, but i could just gather all the English Red/Blue sprites aswell.
And Since i initially just assumed Bulbapedia had the right sprites already, I feel like checking all of them myself just to be sure that GlitchCityLaboraiories are using the sprites like they are supposed to be displayed.
And this time it won't take as long to do like the japanese sprites since now i just have to compare and see which of the bulbapedia sprites is correct already. =)

Yeah, please do that. I'd appreciate it. Sorry for not replying right away.
Title: Re: Updating the wiki and its future
Post by: TheZZAZZGlitch on May 28, 2014, 10:15:12 am
Outside of updating the Wiki, I have a question regarding the 'Interactive Tools' section on the sidebar. None of them seem to be working anymore.
I know HTML/JavaScript on a fairly decent level, and I could recreate these tools, as well as create some new ones. Should I do it, would it be of any use to someone?
Title: Re: Updating the wiki and its future
Post by: Evie the Mother Hen ☽ ❤ on May 30, 2014, 11:08:36 am
Outside of updating the Wiki, I have a question regarding the 'Interactive Tools' section on the sidebar. None of them seem to be working anymore.
I know HTML/JavaScript on a fairly decent level, and I could recreate these tools, as well as create some new ones. Should I do it, would it be of any use to someone?

That would be useful, but I suggest maybe you should email Abwayax for permission first, in case he still has the code and just hasn't re-implemented the old tools on to the site.

I have no problem with you making new tools. Go for it, if you like and I will put them on the sidebar.

Newest update: Coin Case glitches (http://glitchcity.info/wiki/index.php/Coin_Case_glitches).
Title: Re: Updating the wiki and its future
Post by: pokechu22 on May 30, 2014, 04:17:34 pm
I know that there are a few other things that probably would be worth having tools for - A GameShark code generator and a GameGenie code generator. 

For reference, I guess, I will add info on GameShark codes in this post, and you can read the specifics of GameGenie codes on this page (http://www.devrs.com/gb/files/gg.html).

GameShark format: BBVVYYXX, where BB is the bank, usually 01 (I don't know the details of this), VV is the value, and XXYY (note the order swap) is the address. 





EDIT: I just noticed something else: The sections for mew glitch and ditto trick aren't actually linked to the subsection.  The links should go to here (http://glitchcity.info/wiki/index.php/Trainer_escape_glitch#Mew_Trick) and here (http://glitchcity.info/wiki/index.php/Trainer_escape_glitch#Ditto_Trick).
Title: Re: Updating the wiki and its future
Post by: Evie the Mother Hen ☽ ❤ on May 31, 2014, 08:19:26 am
OK. Replaced with redirects. Anchors on the sidebar didn't work for some reason.
Title: Re: Updating the wiki and its future
Post by: camper on May 31, 2014, 09:39:00 am
Made some changes to Trainer escape glitch (http://glitchcity.info/wiki/index.php/Trainer_escape_glitch) page.

Also, removing Snorlax doesn't require Fly or access to Lavender Town. There's a long range trainer on Route 6 and Teleport can be used.
Title: Re: Updating the wiki and its future
Post by: Evie the Mother Hen ☽ ❤ on May 31, 2014, 03:24:02 pm
One of the next major updates is Evolve with an evolutionary stone (http://glitchcity.info/wiki/index.php/Evolve_without_an_evolutionary_stone). I added all the stone/item glitch Pokémon evolutions that echinodermata found. Though at least one works, I will have to verify all of them at one point. Plus due to some of them happening at levels over 100, certain evolutions may be impossible without the Pokémon being an unstable hybrid (i.e. donor byte controls the experience cap, recipient byte controls the level calculation), but being an unstable hybrid doesn't necessarily mean you can grow to a certain level.
Title: Re: Updating the wiki and its future
Post by: Hālian on May 31, 2014, 10:22:00 pm
Suggestion: make the glitchmon cries stop autoplaying, or remove them entirely. >x<
Title: Re: Updating the wiki and its future
Post by: camper on June 01, 2014, 02:51:54 am
Quote
The attack stage can also be rose to 8 through the use of an X Attack or rose up to 9 through Swords Dance.
You can let the Ditto use Swords Dance to raise the attack stage to 13. 8, 10 and 12 can be achieved by Growl.
Title: Re: Updating the wiki and its future
Post by: pokechu22 on June 01, 2014, 09:05:16 am
For whatever reason, when on the forums the "Reference Documents" section merges with "Unused Content and Prerelease Information".  The latter's header dissapears.  It reapears when on the wiki. 
Title: Re: Updating the wiki and its future
Post by: coloradohugge on June 08, 2014, 11:04:23 am
If you don't have Red/Blue ones, I could use Bulbapedia as it has English Red/Blue glitch Pokémon sprites, though a few are wrong

I Checked every glitch pokemon (Dec BF-FF) on Red and Blue and i fixed some mistakes that are present on some of the sprites that bulbapedia is using,
Do you need them aswell? cause i can send a link. =)
Title: Re: Updating the wiki and its future
Post by: camper on June 08, 2014, 12:15:59 pm
Note that some sprites locate on the RAM and aren't constant.
Title: Re: Updating the wiki and its future
Post by: Evie the Mother Hen ☽ ❤ on June 08, 2014, 01:19:48 pm
If you don't have Red/Blue ones, I could use Bulbapedia as it has English Red/Blue glitch Pokémon sprites, though a few are wrong

I Checked every glitch pokemon (Dec BF-FF) on Red and Blue and i fixed some mistakes that are present on some of the sprites that bulbapedia is using,
Do you need them aswell? cause i can send a link. =)

Yes please, that would be great.
Title: Re: Updating the wiki and its future
Post by: coloradohugge on June 09, 2014, 08:41:46 am
If you don't have Red/Blue ones, I could use Bulbapedia as it has English Red/Blue glitch Pokémon sprites, though a few are wrong

I Checked every glitch pokemon (Dec BF-FF) on Red and Blue and i fixed some mistakes that are present on some of the sprites that bulbapedia is using,
Do you need them aswell? cause i can send a link. =)

Yes please, that would be great.

OK here is the Link: <OUTDATED LINK>

Also, I have a question aswell:

So if we are improveing the GlitchDex, is it possible to have every version of every GlitchPokémon on the list; like the English, Japanese, Frensh, Spanish and German version?

Cause there's still alot of neat things to be found in allt the other versions (language wise) of Generation 1 GlitchPokémon that I can't find being covered ever before on any other site.
Title: Re: Updating the wiki and its future
Post by: Evie the Mother Hen ☽ ❤ on June 09, 2014, 09:45:42 am
Thanks. This is really handy :).

That sounds like a good idea, but it would take ages to collect and submit all of the data. I suggest it shouldn't be on GlitchDex, but rather a page like JPGlitchDex or ESGlitchDex then say ィ゙ゃゾ┛A (hex:00) could go under JPGlitchDex/RG:000.

I really think that the GlitchDex should be wikified.
Title: Re: Updating the wiki and its future
Post by: coloradohugge on June 09, 2014, 03:47:33 pm
Thanks. This is really handy :).

That sounds like a good idea, but it would take ages to collect and submit all of the data. I suggest it shouldn't be on GlitchDex, but rather a page like JPGlitchDex or ESGlitchDex then say ィ゙ゃゾ┛A (hex:00) could go under JPGlitchDex/RG:000.

I really think that the GlitchDex should be wikified.

Sound's like a great idea, We could atleast start by submitting all the sprites and names, just as a start. and maybe focus on stats and other differences later when the English Glitchdex is looking more or less finished...idk, But still great idea with the separation! =)
Title: Re: Updating the wiki and its future
Post by: Evie the Mother Hen ☽ ❤ on June 18, 2014, 12:49:59 pm
Is the battle Barry every day (http://glitchcity.info/wiki/index.php/Battle_Barry_every_day) glitch fake? I tried it in Platinum via the midnight exploit (http://glitchcity.info/wiki/index.php/Midnight_exploit) from Sunday to Monday, and Barry said "Oh, it's you, (NAME). Did you battle with everyone? Don't you think it's kind of cool, though? When people talk about Pokémon, they all start smiling!" instead of his post-battle text or battling again.

It's possible that the glitch only works on Diamond/Pearl or is fake.

Edit: It's real. Bulbapedia actually mention it (http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Barry_(game)#Trivia) not working in Platinum, but not in detail.

In Platinum, Barry is intended to stay at the Survival Area outside of Saturday or Sunday, where he will say something like the text mentioned above instead of battling you. In Diamond and Pearl though, he's only supposed to be at the Fight Area on Saturday or Sunday. If the time rolls over midnight so it's Monday-Friday Barry will stay (changing the DS date directly doesn't count) and may battle you again, but it's apparent he isn't supposed to. If you reload the actual Fight Area map (via warp, Fly, Explorer Kit) on one of those days Barry will disappear.

The results of the Explorer Kit effects hinted at a new glitch, and it works. If you wait until the next day when the next day would be a Saturday or Sunday, happen to be in Barry's position, use the Explorer Kit and resurface you will be standing on top of Barry. You can just walk off him though.
Title: Re: Updating the wiki and its future
Post by: coloradohugge on August 10, 2014, 08:25:24 am
Okay. so, here are some sprites of glitch pokémon, And alot of mistakes that bulbapedia made is fixed with some sprites; like for example how #FA [ http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Glitch_(FA) ] sprite is wrong on their site. :

RED/BLUE:                  <OUTDATED LINK>
YELLOW:                    <OUTDATED LINK>
RED/GREEN (jap):      <OUTDATED LINK>
ピカチュウ (jap yellow): <OUTDATED LINK>

[if you see some questionmarks as sprites on some pokémon is cause i wasn't able to see their sprite.]

I am currently documenting all the sprites for the spanish RBY. And after that im going to get all the French, German & Italian sprites.
Title: Re: Updating the wiki and its future
Post by: Evie the Mother Hen ☽ ❤ on August 11, 2014, 02:19:24 pm
Thanks. I really appreciate this. Good luck on doing the other localizations!
Title: Re: Updating the wiki and its future
Post by: coloradohugge on August 16, 2014, 08:12:35 am
Ok, so I know like it seems like im just reposting the same links everytime, but this time it's completely new links and i even went so far to modify ALL my other replys to this topic so the old links are removed, the reason i did this is cause I fixed some sprites and some sprites was missing so i added those aswell

ANYWAYS: Im now done with the English RBY, Japanese RGY & the Spanish RBY and i will put all the links down here:

RED/BLUE: <OUTDATED LINK>
YELLOW: <OUTDATED LINK>
RED/GREEN: <OUTDATED LINK>
YELLOWjap: <OUTDATED LINK>
ROJA/AZÚL: <OUTDATED LINK>
AMARILLA: <OUTDATED LINK>

And, Now i'll start with the German versions. =)
Title: Re: Updating the wiki and its future
Post by: Evie the Mother Hen ☽ ❤ on August 16, 2014, 04:40:47 pm
Cool. I need to download these. When you're completely done, can you put all of the sprites in a RAR or ZIP folder, please?
Title: Re: Updating the wiki and its future
Post by: coloradohugge on June 21, 2015, 10:10:59 am
Okay, i've been inactive for almost a year now and im finally getting back to some pokémon glitch hunting.
so im thinking about finally finishing all the sprites of foreign glitch pokémon.

The games i have left to get the sprites for are:

German Yellow, French Red/Blue, French Yellow, Italian Red/Blue, Italian Yellow

after that, the sprite collection is finished.

Im thinking about makeing a personal goal to actually finish this during this summer, so looking forward to that! =)
Title: Re: Updating the wiki and its future
Post by: Evie the Mother Hen ☽ ❤ on June 23, 2015, 05:11:10 am
OK. Cheers. Good luck and have fun! :)