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The '''Rhydon glitch''' affects [[glitch Pokémon]] with an invalid Pokédex number in [[Generation I]] when the Pokédex entry is shown upon catching it. All Pokédex numbers from 001 to 151 contain official Pokémon, so are valid. After the Pokédex entry is displayed, an affected Pokémon will become {{p|Rhydon}}, since it is the [[List of Pokémon by index number (Generation I)|first species indexed by the game code]]. If this Pokémon is sent to [[Bill|Bill's]] PC, it will become an [[unstable hybrid Pokémon]], with the original glitch Pokémon as the recipient and {{p|Rhydon}} as the donor. Due to all [[Glitch Pokémon family|hybrid glitch Pokémon]] having Pokédex numbers equivalent to official Pokémon, they are not affected by this glitch.
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The '''Rhydon glitch''' affects [[glitch Pokémon]] with an invalid Pokédex number in [[Generation I]] when the Pokédex entry is shown upon catching it. All Pokédex numbers from 001 to 151 contain official Pokémon, so are valid. After the Pokédex entry is displayed, an affected Pokémon will become {{p|Rhydon}}, since it is the [[List of Pokémon by index number (Generation I)|first species indexed by the game code]]. If this Pokémon is sent to [[Bill]]'s [[PC]], it will become an [[unstable hybrid Pokémon]], with the original glitch Pokémon as the recipient and {{p|Rhydon}} as the donor. Due to all [[Glitch Pokémon family|hybrid glitch Pokémon]] having Pokédex numbers equivalent to official Pokémon, they are not affected by this glitch.
   
 
==Returning the glitch Pokémon to its original self==
 
==Returning the glitch Pokémon to its original self==

Revision as of 12:38, 13 May 2013

The Rhydon glitch affects glitch Pokémon with an invalid Pokédex number in Generation I when the Pokédex entry is shown upon catching it. All Pokédex numbers from 001 to 151 contain official Pokémon, so are valid. After the Pokédex entry is displayed, an affected Pokémon will become Rhydon, since it is the first species indexed by the game code. If this Pokémon is sent to Bill's PC, it will become an unstable hybrid Pokémon, with the original glitch Pokémon as the recipient and Rhydon as the donor. Due to all hybrid glitch Pokémon having Pokédex numbers equivalent to official Pokémon, they are not affected by this glitch.

Returning the glitch Pokémon to its original self

To return the unstable Rhydon-glitch Pokémon hybrid back to just the original glitch Pokémon, it must be stabilized. To stabilize an unstable hybrid Pokémon, a Pokémon can be evolved (in the way the glitch Pokémon would), traded to Pokémon Stadium 2, or deposited and withdrawn from Pokémon Day Care. However, the glitch Pokémon will still have the nickname "RHYDON" after being stabilized. This allows these glitch Pokémon to learn every move Rhydon can. Once stabilized, the Pokémon can be traded to the Generation II games.

Methods of avoiding the Rhydon glitch

  • Obtaining a glitch Pokémon with a Pokédex number less than 152 which is not 000.
  • Obtaining a glitch Pokémon which doesn't show its Pokédex entry upon capture.
  • Activating the flag which is the same as the obtained flag for the glitch Pokémon as a method of avoiding the Pokédex entry. For example, Pokédex entries belonging to glitch Pokémon in the No. 000 family (such as Missingno.) will only appear upon capture if the player has not encountered Cubone.
  • Obtaining the glitch Pokémon by evolution.
  • Trading the glitch Pokémon from another version to obtain the equivalent glitch Pokémon.


Main
Multiple
generations
:
Cloning glitchesGlitch PokémonGlitch Trainers
Error messagesArbitrary code execution
Generation I: --0 ERRORCable Club escape glitchExperience underflow glitchFight Safari Zone Pokémon trick* • Glitch City
Item duplication glitchItem underflowMew glitchOld man glitchPewter Gym skip glitch
Pokémon merge glitchRhydon glitchSelect glitches (dokokashira door glitch, second type glitch)
Super GlitchTime Capsule exploitZZAZZ glitch
Generation II: Celebi Egg glitchCoin Case glitchesExperience underflow glitchGlitch dimension
Glitch EggSketch glitchTeru-samaTime Capsule exploitTrainer House glitches
Generation III: Berry glitch* • Dive glitchPomeg glitchGlitzer Popping
Generation IV: Acid rainGTS glitches* • Mimic glitch
Pomeg glitchRage glitchSurf glitch* • Tweaking
Generation V: Sky Drop glitch* • Frozen Zoroark glitch
Generation VI: Lumiose City save glitch*
Glitch effects: Game freezeGlitch battleGlitch song
Gens I/II only: Japanese characters in the international versions
Gen I only: Glitch screenTMTRAINER effectInverted sprites
Gen II only: Glitch dimension
Lists: Glitch movesGlitch types
Glitch Pokémon (Gen IGen IIGen IIIGen IVGen VGen VIGen VII)
Glitches (Gen IGen IIGen IIIGen IVGen VGen VIGen VIISpin-off)

*Indicates glitches which have been officially acknowledged


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