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GlitchDexJP/GS:255 (Nintendo Space World 1997 demo)
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チビロブと (FE) ボゃマ゙0ミ゙ (FF) (Various names) (00)

Please note that some of the data described here may not be fully reliable if it depends on the contents of writable memory, such as RAM; WRAM; SRAM.

ボゃマ゙0ミ゙
NA.pngSW GS255 back.png
Bulbapedia link None
Equivalent glitch Pokémon N/A
Equivalent Pokémon (Generation I)
Index number (hex) FF
Index number (dec) 255
Pokédex number
(Family)
255
Pokédex marker byte 0x8F
Breeding result (when glitch Pokémon is female or paired with Ditto)
Type(s) False Rock (0x84)/
False Water (0x95)
Category
Base happiness
Egg group
Color
Catch rate constant
Experience group
Experience yield
Height 8.0m
Weight 35.1kg
Footprint
Gender ratio
Wild held item
Sprite dimensions

Tested only on non-debug Gold for now.


ボゃマ゙0ミ゙ is a dual-type False Rock (0x84)/False Water (0x95) glitch Pokémon in the leaked Pokémon Gold and Silver Nintendo Space World 1997 demos.

Movepool

Starting moves

Move 0x00

By level up

Unknown

By TM/HM

Research is incomplete at this time.

Base stats

Base stats Level 50 stat range Level 100 stat range
HP: 80 140-186 270-363
Attack: 165 170-216 335-428
Defense: 172 177-223 349-442
Speed: 143 148-194 291-384
Special Attack: 80 85-131 165-258
Special Defense: 80 85-131 165-258


Pokédex entry

FFdexGSdemo.png

Type effectiveness

Research is incomplete at this time.

Evolutions

None?

Methods to obtain

Notes

Attempting to load this glitch Pokémon in the wild may instead load a glitch Trainer, who freezes the game before the first Pokémon is sent out. This applies to all four known official dumped versions (both the debug and non-debug versions of Gold/Silver), however the name of this glitch Trainer may differ between the versions.[clarification needed]