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'''Invisible [[alternate coloration|shiny]] {{p|Bulbasaur}}''' (so named because it has no sprite, sparkles like a shiny Pokémon when it appears, and uses Bulbasaur's cry) is a [[glitch]] [[Pokémon]] found in [[Sinnoh]]'s [[Oreburgh Mine]].
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'''DP box''', often called the '''[[Generation IV]] [[Missingno.]]''' due to its appearance, is a [[glitch]] Pokémon in [[Pokémon Diamond and Pearl]].
   
When it appears, it is [[level]] 0 and has zero [[HP]], much like [[Ten question marks|??????????]] in [[Generation III]]. If it is attacked, the game will assume there is no target and end the battle immediately.
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It will appear in a player's party if they attempt to enter a double battle with two [[faint]]ed Pokémon, an [[Pokémon egg|egg]], and a healthy Pokémon in that order in their [[party]]. When sent out, it will have {{p|Bulbasaur}}'s cry and will sparkle as if it were a [[alternate coloration|shiny]] Pokémon. It has no attacks, and will not appear if the party is looked at in battle. It is also obtainable in the wild by using a Japanese Action Replay. This glitch can also be found using Action Replay with the "walk through anything" code activated and by having a partner with you for wild Pokémon double battles. To encounter '''DPbox''' by doing so, you need to walk into any lake or ocean, making sure you have a partner and then encountering a Pokémon. The glitch will also make you have two versions of yourself, one having a name like "!!!!!!!!!!????????!!!!!!!!! 111!!!!!0" and he will send out a " " which will also be a DPbox. Please note that you cannot catch this Pokémon during the battle because it has 1 HP and only knows the move "Struggle." You also cannot catch the Tentacruel or Pelipper with it because you cannot catch a wild Pokémon in a wild double battle.
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It has no official name (as there is no data, its name appears as simply blank space), so it is simply called by fans "DP box" due to its appearance as a simple white rectangle with two black lines running horizontally across it. This blocky appearance also causes many fans to hearken back to the appearance of Missingno. in [[Pokémon Red and Blue]].
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It only appears in the Japanese version, due to many of the glitches being removed as the games were translated for the American audience.
   
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
[http://www.pcplanets.com/videoyoutube-jltCqqkywRI.shtml Video of an encounter with this glitch]
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[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bwXR9IQRxps YouTube video of its appearance in battle]
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[[category:Glitches]]
 
[[category:Glitches]]

Revision as of 01:47, 19 August 2007

DP box, often called the Generation IV Missingno. due to its appearance, is a glitch Pokémon in Pokémon Diamond and Pearl.

It will appear in a player's party if they attempt to enter a double battle with two fainted Pokémon, an egg, and a healthy Pokémon in that order in their party. When sent out, it will have Bulbasaur's cry and will sparkle as if it were a shiny Pokémon. It has no attacks, and will not appear if the party is looked at in battle. It is also obtainable in the wild by using a Japanese Action Replay. This glitch can also be found using Action Replay with the "walk through anything" code activated and by having a partner with you for wild Pokémon double battles. To encounter DPbox by doing so, you need to walk into any lake or ocean, making sure you have a partner and then encountering a Pokémon. The glitch will also make you have two versions of yourself, one having a name like "!!!!!!!!!!????????!!!!!!!!! 111!!!!!0" and he will send out a " " which will also be a DPbox. Please note that you cannot catch this Pokémon during the battle because it has 1 HP and only knows the move "Struggle." You also cannot catch the Tentacruel or Pelipper with it because you cannot catch a wild Pokémon in a wild double battle.

It has no official name (as there is no data, its name appears as simply blank space), so it is simply called by fans "DP box" due to its appearance as a simple white rectangle with two black lines running horizontally across it. This blocky appearance also causes many fans to hearken back to the appearance of Missingno. in Pokémon Red and Blue.

It only appears in the Japanese version, due to many of the glitches being removed as the games were translated for the American audience.

External links

YouTube video of its appearance in battle

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