_____      _
                  |  __ \    | |
                  | |__) |__ | | _ ___ _ __ ___   ___  _ __
                  |  ___/ _ \| |/ / _ \ '_ ` _ \ / _ \| '_ \
                  | |  | (_) |   <  __/ | | | | | (_) | | | |
                  |_|   \___/|_|\_\___|_| |_| |_|\___/|_| |_|
       ______                               _               _____ _____
      / _____|                          _  (_)             |_   _|_   _|
     | |  ___  ___ _ __   ___ _ __ __ _| |_ _  ___  _ __     | |   | |
     | | |_  |/ _ \ '_ \ / _ \ '__/ _` |  _| |/ _ \| '_ \    | |   | |
     | |___| |  __/ | | |  __/ | | (_| | |_| | (_) | | | |  _| |_ _| |_
      \______|\___|_| |_|\___|_|  \__,_|\__|_|\___/|_| |_| |_____|_____|
      ______ _ _          _       _____      _
     / _____| |_)_       | |     |  __ \    | |
    | |  ___| |_| |_  ___| |__   | |__) |__ | | _ ___ _ __ ___   ___  _ __
    | | |_  | | |  _|/ __| '_ \  |  ___/ _ \| |/ / _ \ '_ ` _ \ / _ \| '_ \
    | |___| | | | |_| (__| | | | | |  | (_) |   <  __/ | | | | | (_) | | | |
     \______|_|_|\__|\___|_| |_| |_|   \___/|_|\_\___|_| |_| |_|\___/|_| |_|
                            _____    _       ______
                           |  ___|  / \     / ____ \
                           | |__   / ^ \   | |    | |
                           |  __| / /_\ \  | |    | |
                           | |   / _____ \ | |____| |
                           |_|  /_/     \_\ \____  /
                                                 \_\

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0. Contents************************************PKMN0*************************

_____________________________________________________________________________
Basic stuff on FAQ
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                                      | CTRL+F System Format:  **___#-#**
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-1. Donations                         | PKMN-1
0. Contents                           | PKMN0
1. Intro                              | PKMN1
2. Legal Stuff                        | PKMN2
3. Version History                    | PKMN3
4. Contact Info                       | PKMN4
5. Wanted Info                        | PKMN5
6. Credits                            | PKMN6
7. Guide Format                       | PKMN7
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Glitch Pokémon Stuff
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                                      |
MissingNo                             |
                                      |
[Gold/Silver/Crystal]                 |
1. If trade to this game...           | GSC1
2. Obtaining MissingNo                | GSC2
                                      |
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                                      |
Glitch EGG                            |
                                      |
[Gold/Silver/Crystal]                 |
1. Basic Data                         | GSC1-36
2. Obtaining Glitch EGG               | GSC2-36
______________________________________|______________________________________

_____________________________________________________________________________
Second Generation Glitches
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1. Beta Safari Zone                   | G2-1
2. Celebi Egg Trick                   | G2-2
3. Glitch Dimension                   | G2-3
4. Infinite Continues                 | G2-4
5. Teru-sama                          | G2-5
6. Instant Shiny Ditto                | G2-6
______________________________________|______________________________________



1. Intro*************************PKMN1***************************************
Welcome to my fourth guide as of yet. This is on the mystery of the MissingNo,
a seemingly weird disease that makes everyone want to get it. Well, I guess
you just came to the right place.

Well, now it is the Glitch Pokémon guide now.

2. Legal Stuff*************************PKMN2*********************************
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3. Version History*************************PKMN3*****************************
[While it was offically named MissingNo FAQ]
v1.00 - My methods entered, basic guide finished.  2:50 PM 12/22/2009
v1.10 - Found level up stats, displayed method.  2:30 PM 12/31/2009
v2.00 - Holy ****! Many new methods for many games!  7:50 PM 1/13/2010
v3.00 - More games, more methods, more data. Whooooo!  4:56 PM 1/14/2010


[While it was offically named Glitch Pokémon FAQ]
v3.10 - More Pokémon, as I am now extending this.  5:05 PM 1/16/2010
v3.20 - As before, about a dozen more Pokémon; minor errors corrected.
        7:32 PM 1/17/2010
v3.30 - More Pokémon, about seven. Re-edited evolutions of 7g.  
        8:14 PM 1/18/2010
v3.40 - As before. Corrected some stuff and copyright.  8:48 PM 1/23/2010
v3.50 - Yes! All glitch Pokémon found and documented. Next up, glitches!
        Then the e-mail service. Also major re-editing on evolutionary
        chains.  4:19 PM 1/24/2010
v3.51 - Yawn.... Slow day. Just glitch types.  5:22 PM 1/25/2010
Final - Okay, I'm done. All glitches, glitch types and Pokémon, and I've
        started up the e-mail service. The mail will be added in later
        updates, but I'm done with this basic part of this FAQ.
        7:00 PM 1/27/2010
      - Forgot some GameShark codes. Whoops!  5:11 PM 2/8/2010
      - A bit on - and Bad EGG. A few more glitches.  1:56 PM 2/21/2010
      - New MissingNo (??) and Bad EGG methods. Conducting experiment on Bad
        EGG.  5:02 PM 3/4/2010
      - Experiment conducted and successful. Mild edition on Gen. III
        MissingNo (?).  5:29 PM 3/6/2010


[After FAQ division]
Re-Final - Divided up FAQ for each individual generation.  5:49 PM 3/29/2010
         - Changed intro ASCII and Legal.  7:14 PM 9/28/2011

4. Contact Info*************************PKMN4********************************
Should you have a submission, a question, or something, e-mail me at
keyblade999.faqs@gmail.com.

5. Wanted Info*************************PKMN5*********************************
~ Nothing at the moment, aside additional submissions.

6. Credits*************************PKMN6*************************************
MadCatz: the GameShark
Those who are hosting this.
Bulbapedia for shining new light on this and other glitched Pokémon.
coolacguys@yahoo.com for helping with the ?? form of Gen. III MissingNo.

7. Guide Format*****************************PKMN7****************************
*** divide sections.

~~~
~~~
~~~ divide games.

>>>
>>>
>>> divide glitched Pokémon.

/// divide major portions with large blank space.














>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
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|\  /|  |  (__  (__   |  |\  |  /    |\  |  /  \
| \/ |  |     \    \  |  | \ | |  __ | \ | |    |
|    | _|_ ___/ ___/ _|_ |  \|  \__/ |  \|  \__/  []

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|  __ / \ | / |  /     \ | | \  / /_\ |    /  |    |   \  / (_   |  / | |
 \__/ \_/ | \_| /   ___/ | |  \/  \__ |   /    \__ |    \/  __)  |  \_| |
                                                        /

1. If trade to this game... ****************************GSC1*****************
Though Missingno. cannot usually be traded into Generation II, it will
appear to be a G/S/C Pokémon such as Remoraid or Stantler on the trade
screen for Gold/Silver/Crystal, depending on its index number. If
successfully traded to a Generation II game, it will turn into the Pokémon
that the Generation II game called it. So, MissingNo cannot be traded to
G/S/C directly.

2. Obtaining MissingNo*****************************GSC2**********************
Requirement:
The egg - The player must get an egg that will know Beat Up as its third
move upon hatching. This can be done by training a male and a female Sneasel
up to level 57. Both Sneasel need to have the same four moves in the same
order, with Beat Up at position three. Because both parents have the same
moveset, the offspring will share this moveset. 

The bad clone - The player must get a bad clone, a clone with a name made of
only question marks (or, in some cases, blank), its level will be 0 and its
gender will be different than the prototype's. If that Pokémon doesn't
fulfill all those requirements, then it isn't a "bad clone" and it cannot be
used for the trick. This can be done by Pokémon cloning. The box that is
used for cloning must not be totally filled up at any time (otherwise the
box is unable to produce bad clones). Getting a bad clone is a case of luck
and occurs sometimes during the act of cloning. The chance of getting a bad
clone is at maximum if the box has 15 to 18 Pokémon. Another way to increase
the player's chances is by turning the game off after he/she selects YES,
before any of the "SAVING... DON'T TURN OFF THE POWER." text appears. 

Last requirement - The player must get any five Pokémon (preferably weak,
common or otherwise useless Pokémon). The easiest way to get them is to
clone a Pokémon until there is a bad clone. Because getting a bad clone
takes some tries, he or she will get five unimportant Pokémon as a positive
side effect of the bad clone action. 

Steps:
The player must first deposit the egg into a box. The five other Pokémon and
the bad clone have to be in the party. The player must then go to the
daycare and ask the man to raise the bad clone. He or she should then take
it back from him, and it will be a ?????. Next, the player must put ????? at
the top of his or her party and go to the PC. Using the "Move Pokémon
without mail" option, the player must move any Pokémon (preferably weak or
common Pokémon) from a PC box to the top of their party. Its name should
become the name of its original Trainer. The player will now have 7 Pokémon
in his or her party. Next, the player must go back to the Daycare man and
ask him to raise the ?????. Afterward, he or she should return to the PC. 
Back at the PC, the player must deposit the first and second party Pokémon. 
Using the "Move Pokémon without mail" option, the player must move the egg
from its PC box to the top of his or her party. Next, the player needs to
deposit the next four party Pokémon, but not the egg. Subsequently, the
player should withdraw any Pokémon that he or she didn't use for the trick. 
Having completed the set up, the player should walk or bike around until the
egg hatches into a Celebi. However, the Celebi is still unplayable. The
Celebi will hatch at level 0. Due to how the game handles Pokémon that level
up in battle, the player must allow the daycare couple to raise the Celebi
to at least level 2. After this, it works like any normal Celebi. 


>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
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 /    | . _|_  _ |_       |    /     /
|  __ | |  |  /  | |      |-- |  __ |  __
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|  __ / \ | / |  /     \ | | \  / /_\ |    /  |    |   \  / (_   |  / | |
 \__/ \_/ | \_| /   ___/ | |  \/  \__ |   /    \__ |    \/  __)  |  \_| |
                                                        /

1. Basic Data*******************************************GSC1-36**************
(As shown in Pokédex)
________________________________
[Pic]                   [Print] | Height: 5'7"
      [randon symbols]          | Weight: 486.3 lbs
                                |
                                |
                                |
                                |
________________________________| It is #253 (National Dex)

Glitch EGG's Type:
???

Egg group: Unknown

Steps to hatch: 30,720 steps. Never hatches into a REAL Pokémon.

2. Obtaining Glitch EGG************************************GSC2-36***********
Let me explain WHY it appears:

Egg data in Pokémon games usually have their own entry in the same chunk as
other species' data. In Generation II, number 253 stored most of the data
associated with the unhatched egg. For any Pokémon in a Trainer's party,
there are two values stored per Pokémon that indicate its species. The first
value, found in the Pokémon's data structure, decides how the stats grow and
what sprite appears in battle. There is a second value that is typically
exactly the same as the actual species value while it is in the party that
nearly only decides what sprite appears in the party screen next to the
Pokémon's name. However, when the Pokémon is still an unhatched egg, this
second value will be 253, signaling the game to treat it as an egg. Oddly,
it has a footprint with 253 in it. 

Because of this, the egg sprite will appear next to the "Egg" glitch Pokémon
like a normal egg. But since the original structure value is also 253, the
egg is forced to hatch into another egg instead of an actual intended
species. This creates a never-ending hatching loop, where the egg will hatch
into a new egg every 30,720 steps.




/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
Second Generation Glitches
/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

1. Beta Safari Zone****************************************************G2-1**
This is located at Fuschia City. The warps are there somewhere, just walk and
try to find it.

2. Celebi Egg Trick****************************************************G2-2**
Requirement:
The egg - The player must get an egg that will know Beat Up as its third
move upon hatching. This can be done by training a male and a female Sneasel
up to level 57. Both Sneasel need to have the same four moves in the same
order, with Beat Up at position three. Because both parents have the same
moveset, the offspring will share this moveset. 

The bad clone - The player must get a bad clone, a clone with a name made of
only question marks (or, in some cases, blank), its level will be 0 and its
gender will be different than the prototype's. If that Pokémon doesn't
fulfill all those requirements, then it isn't a "bad clone" and it cannot be
used for the trick. This can be done by Pokémon cloning. The box that is
used for cloning must not be totally filled up at any time (otherwise the
box is unable to produce bad clones). Getting a bad clone is a case of luck
and occurs sometimes during the act of cloning. The chance of getting a bad
clone is at maximum if the box has 15 to 18 Pokémon. Another way to increase
the player's chances is by turning the game off after he/she selects YES,
before any of the "SAVING... DON'T TURN OFF THE POWER." text appears. 

Last requirement - The player must get any five Pokémon (preferably weak,
common or otherwise useless Pokémon). The easiest way to get them is to
clone a Pokémon until there is a bad clone. Because getting a bad clone
takes some tries, he or she will get five unimportant Pokémon as a positive
side effect of the bad clone action. 

Steps:
The player must first deposit the egg into a box. The five other Pokémon and
the bad clone have to be in the party. The player must then go to the
daycare and ask the man to raise the bad clone. He or she should then take
it back from him, and it will be a ?????. Next, the player must put ????? at
the top of his or her party and go to the PC. Using the "Move Pokémon
without mail" option, the player must move any Pokémon (preferably weak or
common Pokémon) from a PC box to the top of their party. Its name should
become the name of its original Trainer. The player will now have 7 Pokémon
in his or her party. Next, the player must go back to the Daycare man and
ask him to raise the ?????. Afterward, he or she should return to the PC. 
Back at the PC, the player must deposit the first and second party Pokémon. 
Using the "Move Pokémon without mail" option, the player must move the egg
from its PC box to the top of his or her party. Next, the player needs to
deposit the next four party Pokémon, but not the egg. Subsequently, the
player should withdraw any Pokémon that he or she didn't use for the trick. 
Having completed the set up, the player should walk or bike around until the
egg hatches into a Celebi. However, the Celebi is still unplayable. The
Celebi will hatch at level 0. Due to how the game handles Pokémon that level
up in battle, the player must allow the daycare couple to raise the Celebi
to at least level 2. After this, it works like any normal Celebi. 

3. Glitch Dimension****************************************************G2-3**
Requirements:

Method One: 
- Access to Vermilion City 
- A Pokémon that knows Fly (only needed to fly to Vermilion) 
- A Coin Case 

Method Two: 
- Access to the Goldenrod Department Store 
- A Pokémon that knows Fly (only needed to fly to Goldenrod) 
- A Coin Case 

Method Three: 
- Machop/Machoke's Pokédex data 
- A Coin Case 

Method Four: 
- A Ditto with the nameless Cooltrainer type glitch move. 
- A link cable to trade the Ditto to a Pokémon Gold/Silver. 


How to Pull Off the Glitch:

Method One:
1. Fly to Vermilion City. 
2. Talk to the Machop stamping the land. 
3. Use the Coin Case. 

Method Two:
1. Fly to the Goldenrod Department Store 
2. Talk to the Machoke there. 
3. Use the Coin Case. 

Method Three:
1. View either Machop or Machoke's Pokédex entry. 
2. Use the Coin Case.

Method Four:
1. Trade a Ditto with the nameless 'Cooltrainer' glitch move onto
   Pokémon Gold or Pokémon Silver. 
2. Get into a Pokémon battle and attempt to attack. 

4. Infinite continues**************************************************G2-4**
The infinite continues glitch is a glitch that can be performed in Pokémon
Stadium 2 with any Stadium Cup. It does not work in the original Pokémon
Stadium. 

Method:
The first thing to do is to get into any battle, win the match, and suspend
the game. Next, the Stadium Cup must be chosen; any will do. Attempting to
do the glitch in Gym Leader Castle will not work, as there are no continues
there. At least one continue must be received, which is easiest to get in
the first battle. Then, "Suspend" should be chosen if the battle results in
a loss. A warning message will appear saying that there is already a
suspended game (which is why having a suspended game ahead of time is
necessary). On this screen, "Continue without Suspending" should be chosen
on this screen. There will be a rematch against the Trainer that was just
battled, which is normal, except no continue will be lost. Therefore,
continues will never run out as long as this is repeated.

Note: Because a suspended game is needed to perform this glitch, all eight
battles must be done in one sitting, without suspending play. 

This glitch does not work in Pokémon Stadium, because when selecting
"Continue without Suspending," the user will be simply taken back to the
screen where options are given to continue, save & quit, or quit the cup
altogether, instead of repeating the battle that was just lost. 

5. Teru-sama****************************************************G2-5*********
Teru-sama is a glitch item that appears in Generation II. It appears to have
no other use than to be sold for $19,660. It is kept in either the key items
case, or the items one. Teru-sama is a data filler between actual items
(like Missingno. is filler between Pokémon). 

Teru-sama can literally be translated from Japanese as "Lord Sunshine" or
"Master Sunshine", coming from the word Teru (Sunshine or to Shine) and the
suffix -sama (an honorific that shows extreme respect and is most often
translated as "lord" or "master"). 

Despite popular fanon myth, Teru-sama is not the GS Ball; however, the item
slot that the GS Ball is programmed into in Pokémon Crystal was an item slot
containing the Teru-sama in Gold and Silver, as with the other
Crystal-exclusive items (such as the Egg Ticket and Blue Card). Despite it
not being the GS Ball, it can be transformed into the GS Ball if it is given
to Kurt of Azalea Town.

6. Instant Shiny Ditto*********************************G2-6******************
By trading any shiny Pokémon to a Generation I game, having a wild Ditto
transform into that Pokémon, then catching and trading the Ditto into a
Generation II game, the Ditto will be shiny.

7. Thick Club Glitch*********************************G2-7********************
If a Marowak with a maximum Attack stat (maximum IVs and Stat Exp in Attack)
uses Swords Dance while holding a Thick Club, its Attack will overflow to 8.









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