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9ゥ MS Monster Y.png
Front: YGlitch215.pngBack: Y Backsprite Family 215.png
Bulbapedia link 9 (glitch Pokémon)
Equivalent glitch Pokémon - - (E6) (Red/Blue)
Generation II equivalent Sunkern
Generation II Pokémon needed for Time Capsule exploit Sunkern
Name bytes 72 C9 CD DF 47 C9 3E FF EA 70 50
Index number (hex) E6
Index number (dec) 230
Pokédex number
Pokédex marker byte 0xFE
Pokédex flag (seen) Bit 0x6 of item 3's identifier (+64)
Pokédex flag (own) Seen Abra
Type(s) Normal (0x12)/Normal (0x13)
Category 4TRAINER ゥ 4TRAINER ゥ 4 ゥ ₽LゥTRAI (player name) ゥ TM w 4 E Mn₽L89 AINER ! E 4PC ♂ G O PC E ( E 4 ゥ TRAINER ♂ pゥ TM

4'' 89 4G ゥ TRAINER 4O ゥ'' 4' ゥ 4P 4Q 4 M

Height 22'00
Weight 0.6lb
Palette attribute byte
Catch rate constant 0x18
Experience group 0x20 Y 20 experience group.png
Experience at Level 100: 1,468,836
Experience at Level 255: 2,055,078
Experience yield 0xF0
Sprite dimensions (base data) 3x14
Front sprite source pointer 0x1250
Back sprite source pointer Echo RAM:FAC9
Front sprite dimensions (actual) 3x14
Back sprite dimensions (actual) (Varies)
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9ゥ is a dual-type Normal (0x12)/Normal (0x13)-type glitch Pokémon in Pokémon Yellow.

Its family number is 215.

- - (E6) is the equivalent trade glitch Pokémon in Pokémon Red and Blue.

It cannot be caught with the Trainer escape glitch or another means of instant encounter, as a Rocket battle will be initiated instead.

Depending on the data in the memory there may be a high chance that, when switching out to this Pokémon, the game will freeze and glitch music will begin playing. This is usually not a concern when it is the first sent out, but you may want to consider not using this Pokémon if you want to switch to it later. The reason this glitchy behaviour happens is due to problematic data at its back sprite pointer, $FAC9.

The back sprite of this glitch Pokémon can be manipulated, ultimately allowing for a custom sprite. See arbitrary sprites for more information.

Methods to obtain

Starting moves

  • Jump Kick
  • TM09
  • TM54
  • Pound



Pokédex data

Y Dex E6.png

Level-up moves

  • Glitch Move 0x00 (Level 4)
  • Horn Drill (Level 5)
  • Poison Sting (Level 6)
  • Mega Kick (Level 119)
  • Aurora Beam (Level 126)
  • TM45 (Level 184)
  • Wing Attack (Level 195)
  • Glitch Move 0xB1 (Level 205)
  • TM40 (Level 209)
  • Body Slam (Level 234)
  • Body Slam (Level 250)
  • TM01 (Level 251)

TM/HM moves

  • TM02 Razor Wind
  • TM04 Whirlwind
  • TM09 Take Down
  • TM14 Blizzard
  • TM17 Submission
  • TM18 Counter
  • TM20 Rage
  • TM21 Mega Drain
  • TM24 Thunderbolt
  • TM28 Dig
  • TM29 Psychic
  • TM31 Mimic
  • TM32 Double Team
  • TM33 Reflect
  • TM37 Egg Bomb
  • TM41 Softboiled
  • TM42 Dream Eater
  • TM44 Rest
  • TM46 Psywave
  • TM48 Rock Slide
  • TM49 Tri Attack
  • HM02 Fly
  • HM03 Surf
  • HM05 Flash

Base stats

Base stats Level 50 stat range Level 100 stat range
HP: 4 64 - 110 118 - 211
Attack: 40 45 - 91 85 - 178
Defense: 6 11 - 57 17 - 110
Special: 78 83 - 129 161 - 254
Speed: 62 67 - 113 129 - 222

Time Capsule exploit moves

  • Time Capsule exploit level-up moves: Absorb, Growth, Mega Drain
  • Time Capsule exploit TM/HM: Toxic, SolarBeam, Double Team, Rest, Cut, Flash
  • Time Capsule exploit events: Splash (New York City Pokémon Center)