óË e Ái

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The title of this article is incorrect because of technical limitations. The correct title is óË {e Ái.
óË {e Ái
óË {e Ái
Type Category
 Unknown  N/A
Hexadecimal identifier Exp. at Lv. 100
019C Unknown
Unova (BW)
Unova (B2W2)
Games found in
Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen
Height Weight
?.? m ?.? kg
Pokédex color Body style Footprint Catch rate
Unknown BodyUnknown.png N/A Unknown
Gender ratio
Egg Groups Egg cycles
Unknown Unknown
EV yield

óË {e Ái is a nicknamed version of the glitch Pokémon - in FireRed and LeafGreen. Emulation error may regard it as a slightly different Pokémon, such as "B óË ÁN".

The forced switch Pomeg sub-glitch

"óË {e Ái" appearing in battle

óË {e Ái, will occur when a Pokémon with "negative" (i.e. 65535 or below) health (from the Pomeg glitch) is traded from Pokémon Emerald to Pokémon FireRed or LeafGreen versions and a healing item is used, resetting the Pokémon's HP to 0 when there are no other Pokémon available for battle. The player will not white out because healing can never activate the 'no Pokémon left' flag. The 'no Pokémon left' flag only activates when the player's last Pokémon faints due to damage of some kind.

By using the method above, entering a battle with all fainted Pokémon and using a Revive on another fainted Pokémon will immediately take the player to the Pokémon selection menu. However, for unknown reasons selecting the revived Pokémon will prompt the player that the opponent "is about to switch Pokémon". Returning to the Pokémon selection menu via the "YES" option but choosing Cancel instead of choosing the revived Pokémon will force the player to send out óË {e Ái.

When sent out, óË {e Ái's sprite entry animation, a frame of a distorted Egg (zoomed, unzoomed, and twisted) rising upward will loop itself indefinitely and the game will lock up (this is not a game freeze, so the game can still be soft reseted). As such, óË {e Ái can't be used in battle.

By ChickasaurusGL

Game data


Generation III
Ruby Sapphire
Not available
Not available
FireRed LeafGreen
Trade a Pokémon from Emerald affected by the Pomeg Glitch
Not available
Not available

Base stats



It is impossible to discover óË {e Ái's moveset because it is impossible to battle using this Pokémon.


• óË {e Ái's cry is identical to Bulbasaur's.

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Glitch EggGlitch Unown
Generation III: -???????????Bad EggÓË {e Ai
Generation IV: -----Bad EggGeneration IV hybrid
Generation V: -----Bad EggGlitch Unown
Generation VI: Bad EggGeneration VI 724+ glitch Pokémon

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