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'''Glitch time periods''' (also referred to as '''glitch time zones''') can be found in {{GSC}}. Normal time periods are stored as 00 (morning), 01 (noon), 02 (evening). A third time period, value 03, nicknamed "midnight" is fully black. Playing the game with this time period active can result in unintended/glitch Pokémon in the wild.
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'''Glitch time periods''' (also referred to as '''glitch time zones''') can be found in {{GSC}}. Normal time periods are stored as 00 (morning), 01 (noon), 02 (evening). A third time period, value 03, nicknamed "late night" is fully black. Playing the game with this time period active can result in unintended/glitch Pokémon in the wild.
  
 
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Revision as of 10:03, 18 October 2019

Glitch time periods (also referred to as glitch time zones) can be found in Pokémon Gold, Silver and Crystal. Normal time periods are stored as 00 (morning), 01 (noon), 02 (evening). A third time period, value 03, nicknamed "late night" is fully black. Playing the game with this time period active can result in unintended/glitch Pokémon in the wild.

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