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; when specified as an Egg that hatches from itself, or when the game attempts to load data for Pokémon 253 is glitch Pokémon in Pokémon Gold.
When faces a wild Pokémon, its typing will change to that of the wild Pokémon.
When faces a Trainer, its typing will change to that of the first Pokémon sent out.
Similarly, the typing and base stats of an opposing wild Egg are taken from the first Pokémon sent out by the user in a wild battle, or a Pokémon that was out before the wild Egg was sent out in a Trainer battle.
For unknown reasons, encountering a wild Egg may corrupt the graphics that relate to how many Poké Balls (party members) the player has.
This effect on the player's Poké Ball graphics does not seem to apply when encountering a Trainer House Trainer with an Egg in their party, however.
In Pokémon Gold
Attempting to load 's backsprite may cause the game to freeze. After the freeze, if a save file exists then the player's Mail Box may become corrupted, adding many glitch mail signed by GREEN.
The opponent in the Trainer House may also be replaced with a blank name glitch trainer.
In Pokémon Silver
's backsprite is different to Pokémon Gold and does not freeze the game.