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Generation II glitch Egg (Crystal) (FD)????? (FE)????? (FF)
Please note that some of the data described here may not be fully reliable if it depends on the contents of writable memory, such as RAM; WRAM; SRAM.

Template:GPInfoGenII FE (????? FE) is a dual-type 0x80 ("Normal")/0x91 ("Normal") glitch Pokémon in
  • REDIRECT Template:Crystal, with an index number of hex:FE (dec:254).


    By level up

  • Aurora Beam (Level 2)
  • Double Kick (Level 2)
  • Pin Missile (Level 6)
  • Dragonbreath (Level 10)
  • Comet Punch (Level 17)
  • Petal Dance (Level 30)
  • Return (Level 33)
  • Gust (Level 40)
  • Mimic (Level 42)
  • Sandstorm (Level 48)
  • Fly (Level 62)
  • Whirlpool (Level 71)
  • Flail (Level 79)

    By TM/HM

  • TM03 Curse
  • TM08 Rock Smash
  • TM13 Snore
  • TM15 Hyper Beam
  • TM18 Rain Dance
  • TM24 Dragonbreath
  • TM32 Double Team
  • TM33 Ice Punch
  • TM34 Swagger
  • TM37 Sandstorm
  • TM40 Defense Curl
  • TM43 Detect
  • TM48 Fire Punch
  • TM49 Fury Cutter
  • HM03 Surf
  • HM06 Whirlpool
  • HM07 Waterfall

    (Source: Yuzihax's G/S/C TM/HM list)

    By Move Tutor

  • MT01 Flamethrower
  • MT02 Thunderbolt
  • MT03 Ice Beam

    (Source: Yuzihax's G/S/C TM/HM list)

    Base stats


    Pokédex entry

    Type effectiveness

    (Data not available)


    1={{GPS|C254 front}}
    {{GNS|Pentamark}} (FE)
    Level 3 →
    2={{GPS|C000 front}}
    {{GNS|Pentamark}} (00)

    1={{GPS|C254 front}}
    {{GNS|Pentamark}} (FE)
    Level 3 →
    2={{GPS|C000 front}}
    {{GNS|Pentamark}} (00)

    1={{GPS|C254 front}}
    {{GNS|Pentamark}} (FE)
    Level 3 →
    2={{GPS|C000 front}}
    {{GNS|Pentamark}} (00)

    Methods to obtain

  • Byte shifting via (00) or (FF) (available through stabilizing a bad clone or arbitrary code execution) (e.g. byte shift a total experience of 254 or 65024-65279; unconfirmed).
  • ????? party overloading roaming Pokémon manipulation (254 Attack).
  • Arbitrary code execution (e.g. through 0x1500 control code arbitrary code execution, TM33 outside of the TM/HM pocket; glitch Pokédex mode 9).


    This glitch Pokémon can be safely caught when forced on the opponent's side, and does not have the party cloaking effects that ????? (00) and ????? (FF) have.

    It has the 'water Pokémon' menu-sprite used by Lapras.

    Additional sprites

    The front sprites of this glitch Pokémon may be affected based on the location it is encountered, whether an item was used, and the previous enemy battle sprite.

    File:S C254 front cave.png|Sprite of {{GNS|Pentamark}} when it is encountered in a cave. File:S C254 front item.png|Sprite of {{GNS|Pentamark}} after using an item. File:Gen II player front gold.png|{{GNS|Pentamark}} taking the sprite of Pokémon Trainer Cal.