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This section lists various unreleased/beta Pokemon and Pokemon related files,
gathered from the various generations.

In most cases, the Pokemon here WILL NOT BE LEGAL. Use at your own risk.

85 files

  1. PGT: Gen 4 Debug Wonder Cards

    In June 2019, a Japanese copy of a Debugging variant of Pokémon Diamond Version was found and subsequently dumped.
    In May 2020, the source code for Diamond and Pearl was found, and the game could be compiled, with the debug features intact.
    Holding R and Start in the main game, causes the debug menu to start up.
    By going into Oono, then an option to load gifts into the game will appear.

    Do note that Gift 4 and 5 are notorious for crashing the game when received, and appears to be trash data.
    They are included here purely for archival purposes.
     
    As usual, these files would be illegal and should not be transferred. Use at your own risk.
    [We will not distribute the Debug ROM, and it is against our rules to ask for it]

    54 downloads

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  2. PK4: Japanese Debug Pal Park Pokémon

    In June 2019, a Japanese copy of a Debugging variant of Pokémon Diamond Version was found and subsequently dumped.
    In May 2020, the source code for Diamond and Pearl was found, and the game could be compiled, with the debug features intact.
    Holding R and Start in the main game, causes the debug menu to start up.
    By going into Tamada, one can choose to load up 1 of 2 sets in the Pal Park.
    Set 1 has Charizard, Squirtle, Wartortle, Caterpie, Sandshrew, and Tentacool,
    and Set 2 has Bulbasaur, Beedrill, Clefairy, Sandshrew, Tauros, and Dragonair.
    Given these entries have a Set PID of 0, they cannot be shiny.
    As usual, these files would be illegal and should not be transferred. Use at your own risk.
    [We will not distribute the Debug ROM, and it is against our rules to ask for it]

    35 downloads

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  3. WC3: Debug test cards

    These are some debug cards found in saves (such as the debug Altering Cave and debug Old Sea Chart), as well as the debug option in the debug menu for FireRed & LeafGreen and Ruby & Sapphire.

    Wonder cards via Debug menu in-game
    R+Start > Tamada > Wonder Card (options)
    Wonder cards via sending gifts locally
    Mystery Gift > Hold R while Exiting > (send cards via names)
     
    Old Sea Map [Emerald - Japanese]
    Collect the Old Sea Map from the deliveryman
    Aurora and Mystic Ticket [FireRed & LeafGreen - Every language | Emerald - Japanese]
    Collect the tickets from the deliveryman
    Note: For the FRLG ones, Wonder card text is in English, but the scripts are localized.
    Egg Ticket [FireRed & LeafGreen - Every language | Emerald - Japanese]
    Collect the egg from the deliveryman.
    Egg hatches as a Pichu, with Surf.
    Note: Wonder card text is in English, but the scripts are localized.
    Altering Cave [FireRed & LeafGreen - English & German | Emerald - Japanese]
    Every time you speak to the deliveryman, it changes the encounter in Altering Cave.
    Note: For the FRLG ones, Wonder card text is in English, but the script is localized.
    Eon Ticket [Ruby & Sapphire - All languages]
    Speak to Norman in Petalburg Gym.


    [We will not distribute the Debug ROMs, and it is against our rules to ask for it]

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  4. WC7: Other cards from Local server

    This page holds a bunch of wc6full that were either test cards, unused cards, or cards that were in use but were not officially announced, found on the mystery gift servers for Gen 7.
    Beacon Test Card

    As far as I can tell, this test card started operations on 23rd March, 2017.
    Inferring from it's server title, it was probably to double check that the wireless beacon was functioning as intended.

    82 downloads

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  5. WC6: Other cards from Local server

    This page holds a bunch of wc6full that were either test cards, unused cards, or cards that were in use but were not officially announced, found on the mystery gift servers for Gen 6.
    Beacon Test Card

    As far as I can tell, this test card started operations on 24th December, 2014.
    Inferring from it's server title, it was probably to double check that the wireless beacon was functioning as intended.

    Support Cards

    For the most part, these cards are exactly the same as their publicly counterparts, with only slight notable differences:
    Their Wonder Card ID and SID were Set to 0.

    These cards could have been used as test cards, for maybe screenshots or to ensure the beacon was working, that subsequently went unused.
    Or maybe they were distributed via Infrared, when the staff at Pokémon Centers were approached by players claiming that there were issues with receiving the distribution.

    Either way, as we did not get any contributions containing these over the past few years, it is hard to say for sure which is the case,
    especially when in-game, the wonder card and Pokémon received would have looked exactly the same as the normal distributions.

    Rare Candy Receipt Confirmation

    This card gave an ungodly amount of x950 Rare Candies.
    As the server title suggests, it was merely a test card, to confirm that the wireless beacon was functioning.

    Curious enough, this card had the wonder card title and wonder card description of the Shiny Ho-Oh card.
    In any case, we will not be liable if you are banned etc. for using these files.

    Summary Images:
     

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  6. PK8: Unobtainable Eternamax Eternatus

    With a Base Stat Total of over 1,000, Eternamax Eternatus is probably not meant to be owned by any trainer.

    However, by hacking it into a raid, and setting the form to 1 (instead of the default 0), after it was caught in a raid battle,
    it does not revert back to regular Eternatus.
    (Even if the "send into box" and party/summary screen shows a regular Eternatus)

    When you bring it out to battle, it mostly forces the game to try to render it within the skybox, with Eternamax Eternatus hovering far up.
    It causes the camera to pan in some weird angles and sometimes you can see the below or into the other environmental objects.
    Important to note: loading any save with Eternatus in Eternamax mode will cause it to revert to standard form.

     
    Having this in your save will make it illegal. As per any item in the Unreleased/Beta PKM Gallery, use at your own risk.

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  7. PK2: Debug GS Mons

    These Pokémon can be added to the box by the devs for the Japanese debug versions of Pokémon Gold and Silver via the debug menu.
    This option was added to the debug menu,  presumably to enable the devs to run through the game and debug various features.
    It appears that the OT is randomly generated by pulling from a list of possible names, as well as having fully random TIDs (the TIDs are not tied to the OT).
    Additionally, the other details, such as species and DVs are random as well.
    At this point, it is not known whether Unown, Larvitar, Pupitar, Tyranitar, Ho-Oh, Lugia and Celebi can be pulled as the random species.
    Though it is important to note, with the basis of about a 100 saves, it does not seem possible, as none of them have even appeared in any of them.

    It is also not known is it is possible to get a shiny, or the DV is restricted to randomize in a way that it only outputs a non-shiny combination.
     
    Depending on which debug option was chosen, it either places you in Viridian City Pokémon Center or in your house.
    It also gives you a Lv 80 final evolution of a Johto starter, and it gives you random Pokémon in the entirety of Box 1.
     
    [We will not distribute the Debug ROMs and SAVs, and it is against our rules to ask for it]

    106 downloads

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  8. Teruman Mew

    These Mew were added to the box by the devs for Pokémon Yellow, presumably to run through the game and debug various features.
    As these Mews were the only Mew added, and as such had predetermined DVs, it is to be noted that none of these had DVs that would result in a shiny.

    It appears that Teruman was either a dev in the localization team, or just a remnant name that the localization team used.
    It seems like that the OT Teruman is a reference to Teruki Murakawa, a developer credited in various releases of Pokémon.
    (The same developer that was referenced in Gen 2's unused items name TERU-SAMA)
    These Mew were extracted from the SAV, that was presumably used for debugging.
     
    [We will not distribute the Debug ROMs and SAVs, and it is against our rules to ask for it]

    131 downloads

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  9. PK8: Unobtainable ★And337 Gigantamax Butterfree

    From Index 01 to Index 08, the Wild Area News makes it available to catch a Gigantamax Butterfree via the Dynamax Crystal ★And337 on Pokémon Shield, even though ★And337 was not made available to players until Index 14, which by then the encounter was changed to Gigantamax Corviknight.

    These are the stats datamined from the event dai_encount file:

    135 downloads

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  10. PK8: Uncatchable Raid Mewtwo

    This is a Mewtwo that was set to be catchable, from the Pokémon Day 2020 event, that featured a lv. 100 Mewtwo that is not catchable.

    Even tho it was battled with 6 perfect IVs, when caught, it doesn't have any IVs.

    512 downloads

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  11. PK3: Unreleased MYSTRY Mew and Hall of Fame entries

    This gift was distributed in Toys "R" Us stores across the United States, distributed to commemorate the release of M08: Lucario and the Mystery of Mew.
    It has been determined that 430 MYSTRY MEWs existed, though only 426 was used, and 4 were not available.
    This extra 4 was created due to how the distribution procedure (when transferring to the save used by TRU) has to create 5 Mew at a time.
    However, as the save maxed out on capacity, 4 MEWs, and 1 starter, was traded away.
    This page holds the 4 MYSTRY MEW that were unavailable to players.
     
    Additionally, besides the standard in-game trade Farfetch'd, every Pokémon found in the Hall of Fame of the MYSTRY Mew save has been dutifully recreated and added to here.
    Recreation is based on PID, which can be used to infer the Pokémon's Nature, IVs, and even encounter slot.
    Based on the data, besides Blastoise, based on encounter slot data derived from their PID,
    it appears that the level shown in the Hall of Fame entries is the level they were caught at, meaning they weren't even leveled up.
    Their likely use, was to be placeholder fodder, to take the brunt of attacks, while the player revives their Blastoise.
     
    Read more here about the 430 Mew here:
     

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  12. PK1: The "Hooked" Series

    In Pokémon Red & Blue, a strange glitch was discovered by the GlitchCity old forums. (Less loud and more readable version here)
    According to the report, it appears that after performing a variant of having the Safari Step counter time out when the boy in Pewter City take the first steps to bring you the the museum, talking to the boy again afterwards will result in a "hooked" Dragonite appearing, before freezing your game.
    Jojo12100 was able to dump its info and replicate it, much like the process done for the Gen 1 Ghost Marowak.
    Do note that in the data, it's level is 0. (PKHeX views any species with 0 EXP as Lv 1)
    Besides Dragonite, other possible "hooked" encounters includes Metapod and Missingno. Those encounter are triggered by different conditions.
    This page has an explanation of how Hooked Pokémon glitches work.

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  13. PK4: Japanese Debug Pokémon Diamond Pokémon

    In June 2019, a Japanese copy of a Debugging variant of Pokémon Diamond Version was found and subsequently dumped.

    When pressing down Select on the start screen, a debug menu appears. If the player opts to proceed with the debug start, instead of the standard way to start a fresh game,
    the player will end up having 3 Pokémon in their party, namely: Infernape, Piplup and Finneon, all at Level 99.

    It appears that it may be possible to shiny hunt these entries.
    Special thanks to the @TheShadyRelapse for the speedy retrieval of these Pokémon.

    As usual, these files would be illegal and should not be transferred. Use at your own risk.
    [We will not distribute the Debug ROM, and it is against our rules to ask for it]

    235 downloads

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  14. PK3: XD Purification Demo Shadow Loudred

    Back in the day there was a strange post in the glitchcity forum, claiming that a unobtainable Shadow Loudred briefly appears during the purification demo.
    It took us a year but we finally got in our hands. Other shadow entries (presumably from the same Purification Demo) has also been included.
     

    503 downloads

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  15. ME3: Debug Eon Ticket

    Out there in the wild, exists a German Language Debugger's/Developer's Edition of Pokemon Ruby Version,
    which contains many debugging tools, including Mystery Event distribution subroutines.
    Using the Mimic e-Card option in the Test Menu, the game emulates receiving an Eon Ticket,
    which is notably different from the standard one players get from an official distribution.
    [We will not distribute the Debug Ruby Rom, and it is against our rules to ask for it]

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  16. PK2: Unused Entei Script Encounter

    Discovered in Gold/Silver ROM Entei had an unused Script meaning it was planned to have a static encounter probably in Burned Tower, this idea was scrapped but used in Pokemon Crystal with Suicune this time.

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  17. PK2: DA00 Glitch Map Pokemon

    Thanks to GlitchCity researches we discovered in Gold/Silver an unused map called DA00 in Kanto that generates wild Pokemon.
    Chances of corrupting your save with it are very high and Pokemon are over lv100.
    Apparently another like that exist also in Crystal but it was not documented.

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  18. PK3: Colosseum Demo Pokemon

    Like XD Colosseum had a demo which you can find in May 2004 demo disc, unlike it there is nothing really interesting to get, but hey that's always a demo we can get in hand ...
    The files contain the 2 starters (Umbreon/Espeon) and 2 trainers Pokemon.
    Thanks @BlackShark for dumping them.

    153 downloads

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  19. PK3: Battle XD Colosseum Debug Pokemon

    Like Pokemon Red/Blue and Stadium 1/2/3, Pokemon Colosseum and XD have debug trainers used to test many things like New Forms of Deoxys in XD or Pokeballs in Colosseum.
    Pokemon they used are well ... totally WTF but that's just for debug

    216 downloads

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  20. PK3: XD Demo Pokemon

    These files are the 2 starters you got from XD Demo, the 3 shadow pokemon you snatch and a random Zubat from the first trainer.
    Not that you can shinyhunt the starters (ID/SID/IV random but Nature fixed).
    The demo can be found on the Multiboot Demo Disc of October 2005.

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  21. PK7: USUM - Totems and other unobtainable Pokemon

    Throughout Pokemon Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon, there have been many encounters with Pokemon that cannot be captured,
    due to various reasons set up by the developers by various story elements.

    As these Pokemon are uncatchables, they were obtained by extraction from RAM dumps.

    *Warning, contains possible plot spoiler. If you've yet to complete the game, leave this page*
    This page features the following Pokemon Sets:
    Note: Trials also contain relevant uncatchables wild, SOS and trainers.
    Illima's Trial: VS Totem GumshoosUS Illima's Trial: VS Totem RaticateUM Lana's Trial: VS Totem Araquanid Kiawe's Trial: VS Totem Marowak Mallow's Trial: VS Totem Lurantis Sophocles's Trial: VS Totem Togedemaru Acerola's Trial: VS Totem Mimikyu Mina's Trial: VS Totem Ribombee 1st Trial Rematch: VS Totem GumshoosUS 1st Trial Rematch: VS Totem RaticateUM Aether Paradise Nihilego Dawn Wings and Ultra Necrozma Poke Pelago Pokemon (the ones available when at Melemele, but no access to em) Team Rainbow Rocket (the Legends) Forced Encounters (YungoosUS / RattataUM and Spearow during Nebby) Mega Pack (contains all of the above)
      In case it isn't obvious,
    NONE OF THESE ARE LEGAL POKEMON.
    Huge huge thanks to @Ruby Genseki for taking the time and effort for practically all these files!
    Also to @jojo12100!
     
     
    The origin of the collection starts from this thread:

    677 downloads

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  22. PK7: Unreleased Zeraora and Battle Video Pokemon

    A Battle Video was released to promote Zeraora, and various hackers went to dump the Battle Video, in order to extract the Zeraora.
    What is interesting, is that this file has the same details the Japanese distribution.
    The other Pokemon from the Battle Video was also added to this page.
    They've been leveled to Lv.100, as their level was meant to be 100, evident by the fact that they were hyper trained.
    Additionally, the Battle Video has also been added to this page!
    It goes into the extdata 00001B50\user\btvideo and can then be watched from the Battle Video menu.

    While this file won't make your save illegal, we don't recommend using it.
         Species   Zeraora   Nickname   (default, in )   OT   フウラシティ   TID   180713   Distribution   Unreleased file   Location   2018 Pokémon Movie   Dates   Jul 13, 2018 (Based on TID)  PID   Cannot Be Shiny   Games   US/UM                                                                Lv. 50    Nature   Adamant   Ability   Volt Absorb (1)   Item   Air Balloon    Moves   (ITALIC means Relearnable)   Plasma Fists   Thunder Punch   Close Combat   Thunder

    Wishing Format Ver.1.0.6-2, Post Updated Date:20180426_1757
     
    Thanks @wwwwwwzx for the files, and @BlackShark for the Battle Video!

    2491 downloads

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  23. WC7: Inaccessible Pokemon Bank Alolan Starters

    This file was hosted on Mystery Gift Servers of Pokemon Bank, and is not accessible normally.
    (The Pokemon Bank service retrieves the data from here, in order to give players the Alolan Starters)
    WC7Full formats can be extracted from said file, and are also attached.

    The Pokemon generated by this wonder card should be the indistinguishable against the Pokemon Bank Hidden Ability Alolan Starters.

    Internal name: present_0
         Species   Decidueye   Nickname   (default, save lang)   OT   (recipient)   TID   (recipient)   Distribution   Pokemon Bank   Location   Pokémon Bank   Dates   Unreleased as-is   PID   Cannot Be Shiny   Games   SM USUM                                                                Lv. 50    Nature   Random   Ability   Long Reach (HA)   Item   None   Bundled Item   None   Card Per Save   Only One Allowed    Moves   (ITALIC means Relearnable)   Leaf Blade   Phantom Force   Shadow Sneak   Brave Bird   WC ID 5: 「Pokémon Bank」's receiving text 0x37 Please pick up your gift from the deliveryman in any Pokémon Center.

    Classic Pokémon Bank   Format Ver.1.0.6-2, Post Updated Date:20180309_0129
         Species   Incineroar   Nickname   (default, save lang)   OT   (recipient)   TID   (recipient)   Distribution   Pokemon Bank   Location   Pokémon Bank   Dates   Unreleased as-is   PID   Cannot Be Shiny   Games   SM USUM                                                                Lv. 50    Nature   Random   Ability   Intimidate (HA)   Item   None   Bundled Item   None   Card Per Save   Only One Allowed    Moves   (ITALIC means Relearnable)   Fake Out   U-turn   Darkest Lariat   Flare Blitz   WC ID 5: 「Pokémon Bank」's receiving text 0x37 Please pick up your gift from the deliveryman in any Pokémon Center.

    Classic Pokémon Bank   Format Ver.1.0.6-2, Post Updated Date:20180309_0130
         Species   Primarina   Nickname   (default, save lang)   OT   (recipient)   TID   (recipient)   Distribution   Pokemon Bank   Location   Pokémon Bank   Dates   Unreleased as-is   PID   Cannot Be Shiny   Games   SM USUM                                                                Lv. 50    Nature   Random   Ability   Liquid Voice (HA)   Item   None   Bundled Item   None   Card Per Save   Only One Allowed    Moves   (ITALIC means Relearnable)   Hyper Voice   Moonblast   Icy Wind   Perish Song   WC ID 5: 「Pokémon Bank」's receiving text 0x37 Please pick up your gift from the deliveryman in any Pokémon Center.

    Classic Pokémon Bank   Format Ver.1.0.6-2, Post Updated Date:20180309_0131

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  24. PK4: Unused ???-type Arceus

    In Generation IV of the core series games, a ???-type Arceus was programmed into the game, the same typing as the move Curse.
    However, it goes unused, as there is no legitimate way to convert Arceus's type into ???-type.

    While it is possible to change the Arceus's forme via hacking,
    as it is not holding the correct plate (which doesn't exist), it will revert back to normal-type when it enters battle.

    Generation V and onwards, the move Curse has been changed to ghost-type,
    and this forme of Arceus has been removed.
    The details below refer specifically to the file uploaded.
         Species   Arceus   Nickname   (default, in )   OT   Suloku   TID   47349   Distribution   In-Game Encounter   Location   Hall of Origin   Dates   Feb 24, 2018   PID   Not Shiny / Shiny   Games   Diamond                                                                Lv. 80    Nature   Impish   Ability   Multitype (1)   Item   None    Moves       Defog   (None)   (None)   (None)
      Format Ver.1.0.6-1, Post Updated Date:20180224_0726
    [The 3D animated sprite above is a custom-made sprite. This form only existed in Gen 4.]

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  25. PK2: Impossible Korean Celebi

    With the release of Pokémon Crystal on the Virtual Console for 3DS, Celebi (shiny and non-shiny) can be transferred up using Pokemon Transporter,
    due to the fact that VC Pokémon Crystal allows players to get the GS BALL legitimately (without hacking or glitching).

    However, Pokémon Crystal was not released to the Korean 3DS's, neither in Korean (as Korean Pokémon Crystal didn't exist back in the day) nor in international languages (as in Korean 3DS never got it).

    As such, the only Virtual Console games that do not have access to Celebi are the Korean versions of Generation II,
    as the Korean Virtual Console titles cannot communicate with the Japanese nor International versions.

    While it would be illegal, Pokémon Transporter allows the transfer of a Korean Celebi from Generation II.

    This page contains a shiny and non-shiny Celebi modeled after the one caught in Ilex Forest of Pokémon Crystal.

    377 downloads

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