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Glitch Pokémon (0xE4) is a dual-type Bug/Glitch (0xC8)-type glitch Pokémon in Pokémon Red and Blue.

Its family number is 175.

4h (hex
is the equivalent trade glitch Pokémon in Pokémon Yellow.

This glitch Pokémon has a name that is terminated with 0x50 before it begins, essentially giving it a 'blank' name when the name has to be displayed. However, other characters exist after the 0x50 byte.

It cannot be caught with the Trainer escape glitch or another means of instant encounter, as a Scientist battle will be initiated instead.

As glitch Pokémon 0xE4's front sprite is sourced at CDE5 in WRAM (in the middle of the last saved tile data), the front sprite of this glitch Pokémon will vary based on the screen data last saved when opening a menu like the Pokémon or items menu. See arbitrary sprites for more information.

Methods to obtain

  • Party remaining HP glitch or storage box remaining HP glitch with a remaining HP of 228.
  • Time Capsule exploit (Jumpluff).
  • CoolTrainer♀ corruption ('r character).
  • LOL glitch ('r character)
  • International fossil conversion glitch with an Attack stat of 228.
  • Double distort CoolTrainer♀ corruption ('r character, normally cannot be input)
  • Equivalent trade of 4h (hex
    from Pokémon Yellow.
  • Arbitrary code execution

    Starting moves

  • Wrap
  • Aurora Beam
  • Fire Punch
  • Skull Bash



    Pokédex data

    Level-up moves

  • Glitch Move 0x00 (Level 4)
  • Horn Drill (Level 5)
  • Poison Sting (Level 6)
  • Glitch Move 0x00 (Level 33)
  • Conversion (Level 62)
  • Mega Kick (Level 119)
  • Body Slam (Level 160)
  • TM45 (Level 184)
  • Pay Day (Level 195)
  • TM40 (Level 206)
  • TM33 (Level 234)
  • TM33 (Level 250)
  • TM01 (Level 251)
  • TM01 (Level 252)

    TM/HM moves

  • TM01 Mega Punch
  • TM03 Swords Dance
  • TM04 Whirlwind
  • TM14 Blizzard
  • TM17 Submission
  • TM19 Seismic Toss
  • TM21 Mega Drain
  • TM22 SolarBeam
  • TM23 Dragon Rage
  • TM24 Thunderbolt
  • TM26 Earthquake
  • TM27 Fissure
  • TM28 Dig
  • TM35 Metronome
  • TM41 Softboiled
  • TM43 Sky Attack
  • TM44 Rest
  • TM47 Explosion
  • TM48 Rock Slide
  • TM49 Tri Attack
  • HM02 Fly
  • HM03 Surf
  • HM04 Strength

    Base stats


    Time Capsule exploit moves

  • Time Capsule exploit level-up moves: Splash, Tail Whip, Tackle, PoisonPowder, Stun Spore, Sleep Powder, Leech Seed, Mega Drain

  • Time Capsule exploit TM/HM: Headbutt, Toxic, Hyper Beam, SolarBeam, Double Team, Defense Curl, Rest, Flash

  • Time Capsule exploit prior evolution: Agility (Hoppip, event)

  • Time Capsule breeding: Amnesia, Confusion, Double-Edge, Growl, Pay Day, Reflect