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Pokémon Discussion / Re: Pokemon that should be real!
« on: March 13, 2018, 04:03:01 pm »
Oh my goodness this is gold! How dare they steal him. :(
General Discussion / Re: The Glitchy Thread of Topiclessness (#3)
« on: March 13, 2018, 03:54:48 pm »
★internet a n a r c h y

I can sing a rain..... dvfgcgbyiuyhTMTRAINERvrvgurdREDREDROCKETrfe .. DARN YOU MISSINGNO.!!!!!  >:(
Let's all sing together
Wow! This is groundbreaking :).

Amazing find BUGLITCH.

If you bring up the Pokédex entry of one of these glitch Pokémon could that lead to reliable arbitrary code execution?
Calendar Events / Re: Test
« on: March 11, 2018, 10:41:47 am »
Test.exe has stopped working and must be closed.
Wiki Discussion / Re: NIWA - should we consider joining them?
« on: March 11, 2018, 10:37:25 am »
There's less of a focus on Bulbapedia for glitches. The site is less structured for such so it seems less comprehensive.

I suggest that if we link to NIWA, then that would add more activity surrounding and people learning about glitchology.

True. Coverage of the games, anime, manga is more popular/more of Bulbapedia's priority than glitches which only makes sense (these are the 'core' elements of the franchise). At the same time they don't rule them out and (while not as big in number) there are a few interested in covering glitches there like SnorlaxMonster (former head of Bulbapedia Project GlitchDex).

My thoughts too, I think the whole of NIWA has a great number of glitch experts/enthusiasts too and affiliation/membership could encourage a greater interest in the subject.
Wiki Discussion / Re: NIWA - should we consider joining them?
« on: March 10, 2018, 12:18:20 pm »
My head canon:

Bulbapedia is stealing our info from an old cloned version of the site from back before we did the mass update of the Wiki.

i have nothing relevant to add, they're just a shittier fork of our site with a new skin and general info along with their outdated glitch info.

That just sounds unreasonable to reject them though. Regardless if they have taken information from the GlitchDex I don't think it's wrong. They still source us, not all of their information is from the site and they have a lot of information we haven't covered (but is often taken for granted as 'known') such as on their list of glitches pages.
Wiki Discussion / Re: NIWA - should we consider joining them?
« on: March 10, 2018, 05:34:25 am »
Regarding the post you wrote, I would also have added that Bulba's pages are unmaintained and tend to say quite some bullshit. (Since it had been argued that we were redundant with them)

Regarding the affiliation itself, I think it's a good idea. Not really much to say besides the obvious "The larger the network, the better."

I don't agree, but see where you're coming from. I feel Bulbapedia organizes its pages well and are generally accurate. There have been inaccurate glitch claims yes (for example I think their Trainer House glitch article needs work I tried the time change method but it didn't work) and in relation to their glitch Pokémon articles not all of the glitch Pokémon effects happen all the time, but from a general perspective Bulbapedia is quite accurate.
Wiki Discussion / Re: NIWA - should we consider joining them?
« on: March 09, 2018, 03:30:40 pm »
A discussion about this on the NIWA Forums was revived recently. The proposal is for at least affiliation and I'm unsure yet whether Raltseye meant full membership.

I have links to NIWA as I work for the now independent Starfy Wiki, so can discuss this directly with them and keep us updated.

What are our thoughts?
Awesome job, Metarkrai!

Would personally love to see a code to activate the sound test (if you ever get it to work on Ruby/Sapphire or Japanese Emerald where the sound test wasn't removed in English versions according to Pokémon Emerald's page on TCRF).
Thanks FarruZero! :)

Note I didn't make the original and that credit goes to offgao (original Japanese version) and the port by cryo (English Red/Blue version) or TheZZAZZGlitch (updated version). The only thing I did was port offgao's version to Yellow and non-English localisations. Thanks for the mention though.
Writing / Re: The Thing on Route Eight
« on: March 06, 2018, 02:19:18 pm »
With this post I don't mind much as he is thanking Bert, but to Pokedude I suggest maybe rather than revive an old thread without adding much to the discussion to private message Bert next time, as otherwise older threads will stay on top. Thanks.
General Discussion / Re: The Glitchy Thread of Topiclessness (#3)
« on: March 05, 2018, 10:25:51 am »
I tried out a doujin of the Touhou series (itself a doujin series) yesterday called Touhou Kobuto V: Burst Battle (the Nintendo Switch version) as suddenly thought why not explore this series as I hadn't played a Touhou game before.

Some people regard it as a bad Touhou game, but I enjoyed the game regardless (although I agree the battle system seems a little repetitive at times), and the "yukkuri shiteitte ne" meme reference was fun.

It inspired me to want to try out Touhou Mountain of Faith from the main series next. (Chose to get that one as it works with no issues on Windows 10)

I know some people on these forums like Touhou too, what are your favourites?
I was wondering if it were possible to throw rocks and/or bait using the glitch items in the title to modify a Pokémon's catches e and therefore the item it holds when traded to Generation 2.

Unfortunately no, sadly.

While these glitch items do modify the catch rate constant within battle and allow for a greater or worse catch success rate, the changes aren't saved after you catch them so a Pokémon like Rattata/Pidgey would still have the 255 catch rate in its data structure.
This may not be significant but wanted to note it, just in case.

Several months ago I did another playthrough of Pokémon White 2, and noticed after the Plasma Frigate event (the one with the puzzles where you confront Colress), after defeating Zinzolin in the Double Battle that the game would take you out without healing your party Pokémon.

If this battle was a tie (using Selfdestruct/Explosion) could you end up with all fainted Pokémon? It's unlikely, but would be interesting if it did and could open up something bigger.

Video of this point (not mine but from Lueroi)
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