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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.

N Pentamark.png (MS)
File:S Cxxx front.pngFile:S Cxxx back.png
Bulbapedia link (bulbalink)
Equivalent glitch Pokémon (blah) (Gold/Silver (ID))]]
Equivalent Pokémon (Generation I) (add)
Index number (hex) (add)
Index number (dec) (add)
Pokédex number
Pokédex marker byte (add)
Breeding result (when glitch Pokémon is female or paired with Ditto) {{{hatch}}}
Type(s) (type1)/(type2)
Category (add)
Base happiness (add)
Egg group (1)/(2)
Color (add)
Catch rate constant (add)
Experience group (add)
Level 50:(x)
Level 100: (x)
Experience yield (add)
Height (add)
Weight (add)
Footprint File:FPxxx.png
Gender ratio Male if Attack DV>X
Wild held item (1)
Sprite dimensions (add)

N Pentamark S.png (xx) (????? XX) is a dual-type (1)/(2) glitch Pokémon in Pokémon Crystal, with an index number of hex:xx (dec:xxx).


By level up




(Source: Yuzihax's G/S/C TM/HM list)

By Move Tutor


(Source: Yuzihax's G/S/C TM/HM list)

Base stats

Base stats Level 50 stat range Level 100 stat range
HP: (add) (add) (add)
Attack: (add) (add) (add)
Defense: (add) (add) (add)
Speed: (add) (add) (add)
Special Attack: (add) (add) (add)
Special Defense: (add) (add) (add)

Pokédex entry

File:Dex CXXX.gif

Type effectiveness

(Data not available)


Methods to obtain

  1. Byte shifting via N Pentamark S.png (00) or N Pentamark S.png (FF) (available through stabilizing a bad clone or arbitrary code execution) (e.g. byte shift a total experience of x (e.g. FE) or higher byte x (e.g. FE00); unconfirmed).
  2. Arbitrary code execution (e.g. through TM33 outside of the TM/HM pocket; glitch Pokédex mode 9).


Additional sprites

The front sprites of this glitch Pokémon may be affected based on the location it is encountered, whether an item was used, and the previous enemy battle sprite.