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A Mistake and a Question

Before I changed the page it said "Charizard 'M can be found in all slots from 248 to 255", which is not true, I have tested it, though there is a another 'M found in between Slots 248 and 255 (I think the Hex was FE or FD), it is NOT the same glitch as 'M or Charizard 'M. As for my question, in TR Rose's GlitchDex it says in Charizard 'M's page "Although Charizard 'M seems to be the most common form (possibly caused by a blank spot in your party), this glitch can also be a glitched version of other Pokemon, such as Gengar, Machop, or Butterfree. A Gengar form of this glitch appeared after a trainer used the Extended Mew Trick to obtain a regular Gengar. The glitch will have the same elemental types as the other Pokemon, but will learn very different level-up moves." Has anyone EVER had this happen? Trust me, my Favorite Glitch is Charizard 'M and I have tried this so many times, but to no avail with this. --Boxman, a Guy who works with Glitches. 23:56, 9 June 2008 (UTC)

Gameshark

I just got a Charizard 'M by using a Gameshark and Pokemon Blue. I put in the code for Professor Oak and then once he came on screen, I turned the code off. One of his Pokemon was a Charizard 'M. Then I used the catch trainer's Pokemon code to catch it. It was different than what was explained on the article, though. First off, I caught it, and the article said it was only available by trading a Q from Yellow. Second, it had my name for original trainer, its ID was #006, and it appeared in the Pokedex. I didn't try to name it, but I think it asked me. Its name wasn't in my list though, just a blank space. At first it seemed pretty normal. It didn't make my Pokemon invisible and I could heal it at a Pokemon Center. The only thing that happened was that when I switched it with another Pokemon, it turned into Charizard 'M, and my Pokemon's names messed up, but when I switched it back, everything was fine. No sign that anything happened. I think mine might be a different Charizard 'M, because when I battled it, its sprite wasn't backward, as depicted in the article. I will change the article though, to explain that it is available by use of Gameshark. If anyone tries this using a Gameshark, please comment and tell me if yours acts the same way. Glitchman 21:32, 30 July 2008 (UTC)