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h POKé MS Monster RB.png
Front: RBGlitch094.pngBack: RB Backsprite Family 094.png
Bulbapedia link h POKé
Equivalent glitch Pokémon ゥ ( Z4 (Yellow)
Generation II equivalent Quilava
Generation II Pokémon needed for Time Capsule exploit Quilava
Name bytes A7 CA 54 1F 06 1C 21 6A 7B CD 50
Index number (hex) C3
Index number (dec) 195
Pokédex number
094 (Gengar hybrid)
Pokédex marker byte 0x5E
Pokédex flag (seen) Seen Gengar
Pokédex flag (own) Own Gengar
Type(s) Ghost/Poison
Category ...
Height 80'3
Weight 6099.0lb
Palette attribute byte
Catch rate constant 0x2D
Experience group Medium-Slow 03 Medium-Slow.png
Experience at Level 100: 1,059,860
Experience at Level 255: 2,170,419
Experience yield 0xBE
Sprite dimensions (base data) 6x6
Front sprite source pointer 0D:5B76
Back sprite source pointer 0D:5CC6
Front sprite dimensions (actual) 12x7
Back sprite dimensions (actual) 6x4
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ゥ .4 h POKé (C3) POKéWTRAINER (C4)

h POKé is a dual-type Ghost/Poison-type glitch Pokémon in Pokémon Red and Blue.

It is a hybrid of Gengar.

ゥ ( Z4 is the equivalent trade glitch Pokémon in Pokémon Yellow.

Methods to obtain

Starting moves

  • Lick
  • Confuse Ray
  • Night Shade


h POKé

Level 224 →
File:RB Gloom front.png

Pokédex data

RB Dex C3.png

Level-up moves

  • HM02 (Level 8)
  • Conversion (Level 17)
  • Pound (Level 104)
  • TM24 (Level 175)
  • Tackle (Level 186)
  • Pound (Level 195)
  • Glitch Move 0xB5 (Level 205)

TM/HM moves

  • TM03 Swords Dance
  • TM06 Toxic
  • TM09 Take Down
  • TM10 Double-Edge
  • TM15 Hyper Beam
  • TM20 Rage
  • TM21 Mega Drain
  • TM31 Mimic
  • TM32 Double Team
  • TM33 Reflect
  • TM34 Bide
  • TM39 Swift
  • TM40 Skull Bash
  • TM44 Rest
  • TM50 Substitute
  • HM01 Cut

Base stats

Base stats Level 50 stat range Level 100 stat range
HP: 60 120-166 230-323
Attack: 65 70-116 135-228
Defense: 60 65-111 125-218
Speed: 110 115-161 225-318
Special: 130 135-181 265-358

Time Capsule exploit moves

  • Time Capsule exploit level-up moves: Tackle, Leer, SmokeScreen, Ember, Quick Attack, Swift, Flamethrower
  • Time Capsule exploit TM/HM moves: Headbutt, Roar, Toxic, Dig, Double Team, Fire Blast, Swift, Defense Curl, Rest, Cut, Strength
  • Time Capsule exploit breeding: Fury Swipes, Submission, Thrash
  • Time Capsule exploit tutoring: Flamethrower
  • Time Capsule exploit prior evolution: Double-Edge (Cyndaquil)


h POKé's Pokédex screen freezes the game. To get around this, Gengar's entry must be in the player's Pokédex. Because h POKé is a Gengar hybrid, the presence of Gengar in the Pokédex causes the game to skip displaying h POKé's Pokédex screen.