List of glitch types (Generation I)

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These are glitch types in Generation I games.

In the Generation I games, type data is represented by a byte. Only 27 of the values for type are defined (including the unused Bird type and the placeholder "Normal" types with index numbers between 9 and 19, of which 15 are used. The remaining 229 values for type are treated as garbage data. Some of the glitch types share names with valid types.

As they do not have entries in the type chart, glitch types, as well as the Bird type and the placeholder "Normal" types, inflict regular damage against all types and take regular damage from all types.

?

For other uses of question marks, see question marks.
If you were looking for the standard type, see ??? (type).

The ? type is found on one glitch Pokémon.

List of Pokémon

# Name Other type
230   PPkMnp' ' Poison

/6!2?2 A

The /6!2?2 A type is found only on the glitch move TM53.

List of moves

Name Power Accuracy PP Notes
TM53 160 53% 30 None.


,K Pk<name of player>xX

The ,K Pk<name of player>xX type is found only on the glitch move TM05, which is a move that differs between Pokémon Yellow and Pokémon Red and Blue. Part of the name of this type changes to match the player's name. For example, if the player's name was ASH, the name of this type would be ,K PkASHxX.

List of moves

Name Power Accuracy PP Notes
TM05RB —% 33 Increases the user's evasion 3 stages.
TM05Y 76 30% 21 Freezes game.


66848.04

66848.04 type is found on one glitch Pokémon.

List of Pokémon

# Name
229   C

8 8 9 5

The 8 8 9 5 type is the type of one move. There are no Pokémon of this type.

List of moves

Name Power Accuracy PP Notes
TM45 18 31% 18 None.

99||9

The 99||9 type is found on two glitch Pokémon. Both Pokémon are exclusively found in Generation I, and both have two types.

List of Pokémon

# Name Other type
000   MissingNo.Y Normal
191   4 4 Normal

CoolTrainer♂

The CoolTrainer♂ type is displayed most notably as the type of the move TM47.

List of moves

Name Power Accuracy PP Notes
TM47RB 121 48% 16 Has a 30% chance to poison the target.
TM47Y 121 48% 16 Lowers a glitched stat with a random name.

CoolTrainer♀

The CoolTrainer♀ type is displayed most notably as the type of the move --.

List of moves

Name Power Accuracy PP Notes
-- —% 13 TMTRAINER effect

Glitch

A glitch type is not actually the name of a type. Instead, it refers to a type with no constant name, meaning that giving it a suitable name can be difficult.

List of Pokémon

# Name Other type
000   3TrainerPoké $ Normal
000   ????? Hex 00 Steel
193   ゥ $ A (F3) Normal
203   X ゥ- xゥ, Normal
245   …… L
252   ????? Hex FC Psychic

List of moves

Name Power Accuracy PP Notes
HM04 58 50% 12 Causes user to skip the next turn.
HM05 102 38% 6 None
TM08 30 17% 20 When it misses, the user takes 1 HP damage.
Super Glitch —% TMTRAINER effect (and others)

IIIItoto

The IIIItoto type is the type of the move TM09. There is one Pokémon of this type.

List of Pokémon

# Name
254   ゥ (D9)

List of moves

Name Power Accuracy PP Notes
TM09 255 33% 16 The user faints after using this attack.


L

The L type is found on one glitch Pokémon.

List of Pokémon

# Name Other type
245   …… Glitch

Pokémaniac

The Pokémaniac type is found on five glitch Pokémon, ゥ .4, PKMNRPKMN ", ゥU?, M p'u ゥ and A (EA), who are pure Pokémaniac types.

List of Pokémon

# Name
234   ゥ .4
234   PKMNRPKMN "
234   ゥU?
234   M p'u ゥ
234   A (EA)

Qi JT<name of player>? POké BB<name of Pokémon> de W N

The Qi JT<name of player>? POké BB<name of Pokémon> de W N type is the type of the glitch moves TM14 and TM17 as well as the glitch Pokémon ゥ$ (F4). Part of the name of this type changes to match the player's name, and another part changes to match the name of the player's Pokémon at the front of the party. For example, if the player's name was ASH and the active Pokémon's name was PIKACHU, the name of this type would be Qi JTASH? POké BBPIKACHU de W N.

List of Pokémon

# Name
254   ゥ$ (F4)

List of moves

Name Power Accuracy PP Notes
TM14 85 29% 29 None.
TM17 13 17% 0 None.

x v zA

The x v zA type is the type of the glitch moves TM41 and TM55. It is also known as x v Z A.

List of moves

Name Power Accuracy PP Notes
TM41 71 —% 2 Raises the user's evasion by two stages.
TM55 97 0% 0 None.

<Class of last Trainer battled>

The <class of last Trainer battled> type is found on the glitch move TM28 in Red or Blue versions (TM28 is Bug-type in Yellow), and on two glitch Pokémon. The name of this type is the Trainer class of the last Trainer battled since the save game was loaded, so if the last Trainer battled was a Bug Catcher, then this type's name would be Bug Catcher. If no Trainer has been battled, then the type displayed will be blank.

List of Pokémon

# Name Other Type
245   8 (DE) Fire
240   ゥ (E3) Glitch

List of moves

Name Power Accuracy PP Notes
TM28 85 46% 54 Has a 30% chance of lowering the target's Special stat.

' $ $ ' 2222 37572

' $ $ ' 2222 37572 type is found on one glitch Pokémon.

List of Pokémon

# Name
245   X C

See also


Multiple
generations
Transform glitchesGlitch TrainersCloning glitchesError messagesArbitrary code execution
Generation I GlitchesBattle glitchesOverworld glitches
--0 ERRORBroken hidden itemsCable Club escape glitchDual-type damage misinformation
Experience underflow glitchFight Safari Zone Pokémon trickGlitch CityItem duplication glitchItem underflow
Mew glitchOld man glitchPewter Gym skip glitchPokémon merge glitchRhydon glitchRival twins glitch
Select glitches (dokokashira door glitch, second type glitch) • Super Glitch
Time Capsule exploitWalking through wallsZZAZZ glitch
Generation II GlitchesBattle glitches
Bug-Catching Contest glitchCelebi Egg glitchCoin Case glitchesExperience underflow glitch
Glitch dimensionGlitch EggTeru-samaTime Capsule exploitTrainer House glitchesGS Ball mail glitch
Generation III GlitchesBattle glitchesOverworld glitches
Berry glitchDive glitchPomeg glitchGlitzer Popping
Generation IV GlitchesBattle glitchesOverworld glitches
Acid rainGTS glitchesPomeg glitchRage glitch
Surf glitchTweakingPal Park Retire glitch
Generation V GlitchesBattle glitchesOverworld glitches
Charge Beam additional effect chance glitchCharge move replacement glitchChoice item lock glitch
Frozen Zoroark glitchSky Drop glitch
Generation VI GlitchesBattle glitchesOverworld glitches
Charge Beam additional effect chance glitchCharge move replacement glitchChoice item lock glitch
Lumiose City save glitchSymbiosis Eject Button glitchToxic sure-hit glitch
Generation VII GlitchesBattle glitches
Charge Beam additional effect chance glitchCharge move replacement glitchChoice item lock glitch
Toxic sure-hit glitchRollout storage glitch
Generation VIII Glitches
Charge Beam additional effect chance glitchCharge move replacement glitchChoice item lock glitch
Toxic sure-hit glitchRollout storage glitchParty item offset glitch
Generation IX Glitches
Glitch effects Game freezeGlitch battleGlitch song
Gen I only: Glitch screenTMTRAINER effectInverted sprite
Gen II only: Glitch dimension
Lists Glitches (GOMystery DungeonTCG GBSpin-off)
Glitch Pokémon (Gen IGen IIGen IIIGen IVGen VGen VIGen VIIGen VIII)
Glitch moves (Gen I) • Glitch types (Gen IGen II)


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