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The Dumpster Out Back / Count to One Million post mortem splinter
« on: March 30, 2018, 11:26:32 pm »
let's accelerate this s**t

Forum Discussion / Thread move requests
« on: March 21, 2018, 07:47:12 am »
I just created the Video Game Glitches Discussion board. I assume people read old threads on occasion -- if anyone finds threads that I missed, can they please report them here?

This also goes for other boards and in the future.
Emulation & ROM Hacking / We cannot tell you where to find ROMs.
« on: August 09, 2011, 02:04:09 pm »
It is illegal for us to link to ROMs, and is also against the forum rules.
Wiki Discussion / Okay everyone
« on: July 21, 2010, 09:41:24 pm »
A bit of encouragement from me, even though I do very little to contribute to glitchology.

Bulbapedia is probably going to defeat us in the wiki-on-glitches thing, and TRsRockin still seems to be accepted as fact. We don't even appear on the first page for "pokemon glitches" on Google, except for an unrelated page.

So... I really think we would find and document much on glitches, but only if people know about it. A wiki is meant to be contributed to by multiple people, and they are rather effective at documenting a lot of things.

We know that we are rather reliable when it comes to documenting glitches, and we freak out whenever people confuse glitches in more recent games with MissingNo. Meaning, we want to see GCL be better-known than it is today, and we already have enough to spread it around. I certainly would like to see GCL be more often chosen for Pokemon glitches over other sites.

So... let's let GCL be known, because we can't advance glitchology with so few people.
Wiki Discussion / Putting the Gameshark code archives in HTML pages
« on: July 08, 2010, 04:55:32 pm »
They make them completely unreadable, partly because it was intended for fixed-width fonts (I believe) and because MediaWiki screws up the line breaks.

Please put them back into text files, until you are done adding them to the wiki.

Alternatively, we could just view them in the edit box, but I don't think this is a very good solution.

(I could do this myself, but it would result in an edit war and stuff, and I am uninvolved with the wiki.)
Writing / Kanasai - Glitch at Cianwood City
« on: June 19, 2010, 05:36:45 pm »
This story is related to the world of Infinitysphere, a Mega Crossover. Kanasai is the name we came up with for the Pokemon World.

I may or may not continue it in subsequent chapters, but I've been writing in a format of short stories that works better for me than writing really long stories.

"Oh no! Marcus has been turned into a blocky... jumbled... thing!" That was Farius' reaction when Marcus was propelled backwards by a colorful, static-y L block. It was supposedly a "glitch Pokemon", but it certainly seemed very dangerous.

That ended Leci's flashback of the event, as she watched in horror before she was suddenly knocked out by some unknown cause, and woke up in the hospital. She was questioned by the Team Rocket executive about what had happened.

It all started out when she and two other Team Rocket grunts were commissioned to investigate a portal rift at Cianwood City, Johto on the Pokemon world of Kanasai. The scientists claimed it led to the Glitch Dimension, although they didn't say how exactly they found out without being within 20 meters of it.

Although they protested and tried to make excuses to preserve the integrity of their bodies, they failed under threat of being "terminated", which was an euphemism for something much more horrible than being fired, its previous meaning, and so they grudgingly went.

When they arrived, they found people screaming and running away from them. "You'd think Team Rocket would have a lot less problems if its employees weren't required to wear the uniforms with such a big and obvious R on them..." Marcus remarked.

With the city locking themselves in their own houses, they passed through relatively easily. However, police officers ambushed them as they were approaching the south side of the city in a minor street, yelling "Freeze!"

"Dude, we're not committing any crime!" Farius said.

"Team Rocket members are not welcome here." one of the police officers angrily said. He was pointing a baton at them. "We don't want Pokemon thieves here!"

"We're not just Pokemon thieves anymore..." Marcus retorted.

"Don't you have a glitch rift that you would like us to take off of your hands?" Leci said, trying to rectify the situation.

"Well... yes. But that's none of your business!"

"Well, our Team Rocket executive says it is our business, so we will have a look at it." Marcus said, sending out a Cloyster. "Ice Beam!"

The police officers stumbled backwards in horror as the stream of ice shot at them and engulfed them. They then became encased in a large block of ice.

When they finally arrived at the portal, which was on a beach, the surrounding sand appeared to grow more pixelly and off-colored as it got closer to it.

"So... that's it?" Leci asked.

"I suppose. I think one of us is supposed to look inside the portal." Marcus replied.

Moments passed as they stood in silence. Nobody wanted to do it. Finally, Leci proposed they do a round of rock-paper-scissors to decide who has to go. Three counts and Leci and Marcus came up with scissors, while Farius chose paper.

"...Why is it always me?" Farius exclaimed.

"Sorry, dude. You have to look into the portal." Marcus said.

Farius groaned loudly, and Leci pushed him towards the portal. He then walked slowly to it, each step reluctant. When he stood one and a half meters away from it, he exclaimed, "Hey guys, I can see very far through the portal! Random, floating clusters of colorful blocks as far as the eye can see. Can I go back now?"

"Get close to it." Marcus said, rolling his eyes.

Farius groaned again, and continued walking. But, it was only two steps before there was a huge flash, with a glitch Pokemon leaping out. Out of fright, he staggered backwards, turned the other way, and ran, before stopping some distance behind Leci and Marcus. They were staring at the Pokemon with shocked faces as well.

Marcus quickly pulled out his Pokedex and aimed the device at it. It said its name was "Missingno.", and that it weighted 1590.8 kilograms and was 3 meters high. "That's absurd!" he exclaimed. "It is obviously only about one meter high, and it weights more than three Snorlax combined?"

The Missingno. shot a powerful stream of water at them, appearing to be the move Water Gun, and they were knocked down. Luci jumped back up, and sent out her Sunkern. "Razor Leaf!"

The Sunkern spun many sharp-looking leaves at the Missingno, and it was soon taken down.

Marcus seemed to find this extremely odd. "W-huh? You didn't have a type advantage! It was a Normal and a... Bird type. Whatever that is. Also it was at an extremely high level."

Immediately, another glitch Pokemon came out of the portal. It seemed different, but it was similarly L-shaped like the Missingno.

Marcus looked at his Pokedex again to find out if the Pokemon was the same or different, but it returned a bunch of glitched jumble that didn't provide a coherent name. "That explains why they call it 'glitch' Pokemon..."

Leci sent out a Electabuzz as well, assuming that this Pokemon was also a "Bird" type. She thought "Bird"-type Pokemon would be similar to Flying-type Pokemon. "Thunder Punch!"

To this, Marcus yelled, "No!", but it was too late as the Electabuzz was already dashing at the glitch Pokemon with an electrified fist. The punch connected with the glitch, and the lightning bolts transferred into it. But suddenly, the Electabuzz was sent flying backwards, and the Pokemon let out a horrifying cry. The surrounding areas became blockier. Fortunately, the Electabuzz seemed to not have been majorly harmed.

The Team Rocket grunts were unsettled by this. Marcus resolved to finish off the Pokemon with only special attacks. "Use special types and moves! They do not touch the glitch!" He sent out his Noctowl, and commanded it to use Air Slash.

By this time, Leci's Sunkern was shooting more razor leaves, and her Electabuzz was using Shock Wave. The Noctowl took off and swooped in close to the glitch Pokemon, and sent a bolt of air at it. The glitch Pokemon seemed mostly unresponsive to all of this.

Suddenly, the glitch Pokemon let out another terrifying cry, and their environment became even more distorted... glitchy. With that also sent an odd blocky air blast at the grunts and their Pokemon, that didn't have much of an effect.

"Charge up!" Leci exclaimed. Sunkurn obliged and stopped, seeming to glow a growing amount of radiant energy.

By this time Farius also had a Sneasel out, and it was using Icy Wind. Noctowl swooped in once again, and air slashed a second time with no ill effects. The glitch Pokemon just stood there receiving these assaults, then responded with a sudden flash of multiple orb-like lights trailing up along its side. That too seemed to do nothing.

"Solar Beam!" Leci commanded, and her Sunkurn shot a bright beam of light at the glitch Pokemon, which actually knocked it down for a moment before it stood back up.

The Noctowl swooped in again, but then it suddenly lost color and became a grayish, greenish tan for a moment before becoming striped and disappearing into dissolving blocks.

Marcus gasped. "What just happened?! What the f**k did you just do?!?!" he screamed. Impulsively, out of sudden rage, he dashed at the glitch Pokemon. That's when it ended badly.

And that's what led to Leci being in the hospital. She finished recounting her story, and the nurse came in with a solemn look on her face.

"What's wrong?" Leci asked, concerned.

"Your body seems to have been scrambled internally. We aren't sure how you're still alive, really." the nurse said.


"On a tone of better news, your apparently cowardly coworker seems to have caught the glitch Pokemon by a stroke of luck." the Team Rocket executive said, sitting by her bed. "We may be able to find out why your body is scrambled, and restore it."

"I suppose."

"But it isn't certain."
Pokémon Discussion / ZUBAT
« on: June 03, 2010, 12:35:36 am »

I made this picture a while ago, and felt compelled to show you guys.
The Dumpster Out Back / Glitchology is dead.
« on: April 01, 2010, 04:06:19 pm »
Pokemon glitchology is dead, and therefore Glitch City Laboratories is shutting down in a few days.

People are uninterested in glitches, almost all the glitches in RBY and GSC have been discovered, the later games are too uninteresting in terms of glitches, and so there is little more to be found.

Now, go away.

(April fools!)
Multimedia Discussion / Touhou
« on: March 29, 2010, 02:14:20 am »
Discuss about Touhou here. While technically it is a series of video games, thanks to fandom, it is much, much more than that. So, I decided to put it in Multimedia Discussion instead.

For those who do not know what Touhou is:

Here's an awesome Touhou video:
The Dumpster Out Back / MOVED: Pirates vs. Ninjas
« on: March 29, 2010, 01:41:00 am »
The Dumpster Out Back / MOVED: Superman vs. Goku
« on: March 29, 2010, 01:38:08 am »
Website Advertisement / Infinitypedia
« on: March 13, 2010, 12:22:23 pm »

^^^ Click that big link, you know you want to. ^^^

It is a MediaWiki-style wiki created to serve as a general wiki for communities it is affiliated with (so far #zanzibar, #FMSanctity, and Gikopoi, if enough GCLF people go there GCLF will also be in this list) and as a wiki for two things: the Mega Crossover universe known as Infinitysphere or Reality 0 collectively worked on by anyone who wishes to contribute, and the other realities/universes that contributors have thought up.

The site seems to be pretty successful so far, unlike with Malachite Faction Sanctuary.

Also, Gammapedia is being moved onto Infinitypedia, I believe.
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