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Author Topic: How does Pokemon Box: Ruby and Sapphire respond to glitch Pokemon?  (Read 651 times)

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The “game” of Pokemon Box is rarely, if ever, talked about, and I couldn’t find any discussion on this topic, so I was curious. Has anyone tried to transfer a Decamark variant, Bad Egg, one of the versions of “?”, or any other Gen 3 Pokemon to Pokemon Box?

I’m not sure if the game would allow it, or at least even recognize it, so I think that it’s be an interesting thing to see if it can store glitch Pokemon. Sorry if this has been discussed before, I couldn’t find any information about it. ;;


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Re: How does Pokemon Box: Ruby and Sapphire respond to glitch Pokemon?
« Reply #1 on: July 31, 2018, 08:14:19 pm »
Idk about glitch Pokémon, but I did test glitch moves a few years ago. Though I've made Deoxys, Jirachi, Ho-Oh and others, I've never been able to create a glitch Pokémon through corruption despite a lot of effort, so I can't really test it myself.

When you try to transfer Pokémon with glitch moves from Emerald to Ruby/Sapphire, the game freezes, so Box: R/S is in fact the only means of getting those moves into R/S.