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ゥ .4h POKé (C3)POKéWTRAINER (C4)

h POKé is a dual-type Ghost/Poison-type glitch Pokémon in Pokémon Red and Blue.

It is a hybrid of Gengar.

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is the equivalent trade glitch Pokémon in
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    Methods to obtain

  • Equivalent trade of ゥ ( Z4 from
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  • Party remaining HP glitch or storage box remaining HP glitch with a remaining HP of 195.
  • Time Capsule exploit Quilava.
  • CoolTrainer♀ corruption (0xC4 sub-tile).
  • LOL glitch (0xC4 sub-tile)
  • International fossil conversion glitch with an Attack stat of 195.
  • Double distort CoolTrainer♀ corruption (0xC4 sub-tile, normally cannot be selected)
  • Old man trick (ö (German version only), 0xC4 sub-tile (other versions, normally cannot be selected))
  • Ditto trick (195 Special)
  • Arbitrary code execution

    Starting moves

  • Lick
  • Confuse Ray
  • Night Shade


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    {{GNS|Pentamark}} (FE)
    Level 3 →
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    {{GNS|Pentamark}} (00)

    Pokédex data

    Level-up moves

  • HM02 (Level 8)
  • Conversion (Level 17)
  • Pound (Level 104)
  • TM24 (Level 175)
  • Tackle (Level 186)
  • Pound (Level 195)
  • Glitch Move 0xB5 (Level 205)

    TM/HM moves

  • TM03 Swords Dance
  • TM06 Toxic
  • TM09 Take Down
  • TM10 Double-Edge
  • TM15 Hyper Beam
  • TM20 Rage
  • TM21 Mega Drain
  • TM31 Mimic
  • TM32 Double Team
  • TM33 Reflect
  • TM34 Bide
  • TM39 Swift
  • TM40 Skull Bash
  • TM44 Rest
  • TM50 Substitute
  • HM01 Cut

    Base stats


    Time Capsule exploit moves

  • Time Capsule exploit level-up moves: Tackle, Leer, SmokeScreen, Ember, Quick Attack, Swift, Flamethrower

  • Time Capsule exploit TM/HM moves: Headbutt, Roar, Toxic, Dig, Double Team, Fire Blast, Swift, Defense Curl, Rest, Cut, Strength

  • Time Capsule exploit breeding: Fury Swipes, Submission, Thrash

  • Time Capsule exploit tutoring: Flamethrower

  • Time Capsule exploit prior evolution: Double-Edge (Cyndaquil)


    h POKé's Pokédex screen freezes the game. To get around this, Gengar's entry must be in the player's Pokédex. Because h POKé is a Gengar hybrid, the presence of Gengar in the Pokédex causes the game to skip displaying h POKé's Pokédex screen.