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Mystery Egg glitch

Miscellaneous glitches in Pokemon X and Y and Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire

3D effect glitch | Backward sign reading glitch | Drasna Aura Sphere glitch | GTS filter glitch | Imported Eevee glitch | Mystery Egg glitch | Lumiose City save glitch | Poké Mart marquee glitch (Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire) | Pokémon Day Care sign glitch | PSS save glitch | Sky Trainer glitch | Stereo sound glitch | Stolen Poké Ball glitch | Wonder Trade move glitch (view, talk, edit)
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The mystery Egg glitch is a glitch in Pokémon X and Y, where an Egg said to have been obtained from Mystery Zone on '0/0/2000' appears in the Pokémon Storage System.

Other people have referred to mystery Eggs as Bad Eggs. Like Bad Eggs, they seemingly never hatch, however, mystery Eggs are not referred to as Bad Eggs by the game.


The properties of a mystery Egg may be 'zeroed out' Egg data. Mystery Zone is place origin #0, according to here, and January 0, 2000 is seen for undefined date information in Generation IV, so 0/0/2000 may be the Generation VI equivalent.


The Mystery Egg is actually the Pokemon occupying hex: 0x000, and is therefore the "000" Glitch Pokemon of Generation VI.

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