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===Rival looks the wrong way===
I found a glitch in {{game|Yellow}}, its when you stand right below the table with the pokedexes and talk to {{Prof|Oak}}, when your {{tc|Rival}} starts talking, he will look the wrong way --[[User:Pikashoe|Pikashoe]] ([[User talk:Pikashoe|talk]]) 18:37, 12 June 2014 (UTC)
 
===AI Glitch in Erika's Gym===
When fighting any trainer in Erika's gym in Pokemon Blue, if the player's active Pokemon is Ivysaur and the opposing trainer's Pokemon knows Poison Powder, the opposing Pokemon will ''only'' use Poison Powder (which has no effect on Ivysaur) every turn until the player knocks it out. Presumably this also occurs with Bulbasaur and Venusaur; I have not tested with other grass or poison Pokemon, and have not yet tested in Red or Yellow. I'm guessing the AI is programmed to give poisoning the player's Pokemon a higher priority than any other move, and does not take into account if the target is immune. The decision may be affected by the Ivysaur's level. [[User:Thelonesoldier|Thelonesoldier]] ([[User talk:Thelonesoldier|talk]]) 18:08, 3 October 2016 (UTC)
 
== Oak Lab glitch? ==
 
These look like the same glitch, in both cases someone is using the method mentioned on the page to get onto cycling road when they don't have a bicycle, just at different gates. Unless there's another gate not connected to cycling road that shouldn't require a bicycle but does? Or something else that makes the gate access restriction glitch distinct that isn't shown in the video? [[User:Megalorex|Megalorex]] ([[User talk:Megalorex|talk]])
 
==AI Glitch in Erika's Gym==
When fighting any trainer in Erika's gym in Pokemon Blue, if the player's active Pokemon is Ivysaur and the opposing trainer's Pokemon knows Poison Powder, the opposing Pokemon will ''only'' use Poison Powder (which has no effect on Ivysaur) every turn until the player knocks it out. Presumably this also occurs with Bulbasaur and Venusaur; I have not tested with other grass or poison Pokemon, and have not yet tested in Red or Yellow. I'm guessing the AI is programmed to give poisoning the player's Pokemon a higher priority than any other move, and does not take into account if the target is immune. The decision may be affected by the Ivysaur's level. [[User:Thelonesoldier|Thelonesoldier]] ([[User talk:Thelonesoldier|talk]]) 18:08, 3 October 2016 (UTC)
 
== Was "Indoors fishing oversight" really fixed in Pokémon Yellow? ==