GlitchDexJP/Y:217 (v1.1+)

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▼たネ゙ゃヂ MS Monster Y.png
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Equivalent glitch Pokémon ▼たネ゙ゃヂ (Red/Green)
▼たネ゙ゃヂ (Japanese Blue)
Generation II equivalent
Generation II Pokémon needed for Time Capsule exploit
Name bytes
Index number (hex) D9
Index number (dec) 217
Pokédex number
Pokédex marker byte
Pokédex flag (seen)
Pokédex flag (own)
Category ゙゙
Height 0.9m
Weight 42.0kg
Palette attribute byte
Catch rate constant
Experience group
Experience yield
Sprite dimensions (base data)
Front sprite source pointer
Back sprite source pointer
Front sprite dimensions (actual)
Back sprite dimensions (actual)
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パデアたズ (D8) ▼たネ゙ゃヂ (D9) ミ゙プ9あ゙ィ゙ (DA)

▼たネ゙ゃヂ is a glitch Pokémon in Pokémon Yellow (Japanese) (v1.1, v1.2, v1.3).

It is a hybrid of Wigglytuff.

This glitch Pokémon is significantly different in the v1.0 release of the game (see GlitchDexJP/Y:217 (v1.0)) due to belonging to a different family, resulting different sprites, starting moves and other 'base stat data structure' data.

Detailed explanation for differences

See also: Pokémon Yellow

Specifically, the memory address 0xD0E3 is loaded, decremented and used as an offset for the PokedexOrder table at 10:682D. The offset will depend on the index number of the Pokémon minus one; in this case 0xD8. As (10):682D+D8=6905, this is the pointer for ▼たネ゙ゃヂ's Pokédex number (or offset 0x42905).

It is extrapolated beyond the valid end of the table, and lands in the middle of EmotionBubble code for a call 1628 instruction, responsible for adding the correct emotion bubble graphics (e.g. from a Trainer's "!" bubble) and the assigning the number of tiles to replace in VRAM. Specifically, the 0x28 (dec:40) is what defines the Pokédex number (family). In v1.0, the location of this routine is different; hence the relevant instruction at 10:6904 became call 1622 with again the 0x22 (dec:34) at 10:6905 defining the family.

Additional side effects are due to how glitch Pokémon families and the base stats data structure work, such as the sprite pointer being retrieved for Wigglytuff (Nidoking in v1.0) but not the sprite bank.

Methods to obtain

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Starting moves

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Pokédex data

Y Dex D9 JP v1.1.png

Level-up moves

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TM/HM moves

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Base stats

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