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Unreleased/Beta PKM Gallery

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.


Some of the images will bear an icon of the game, as this is the legend for what the various icons stand for:

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red.png Pokémon Red green.png Pokémon Green blue.png Pokémon Blue
yellow.png Pokémon Yellow gold.png Pokémon Gold silver.png Pokémon Silver
crystal.png Pokémon Crystal runy.png Pokémon Ruby sapphire.png Pokémon Sapphire
emerald.png Pokémon Emerald fr2.png Pokémon FireRed lg2.png Pokémon LeafGreen
diamond.png Pokémon Diamond pearl.png Pokémon Pearl platinum.png Pokémon Platinum
hg.png Pokémon HeartGold ss.png Pokémon SoulSilver b.png Pokémon Black
w.png Pokémon White b2.png Pokémon Black2 w2.png Pokémon White2
x.png Pokémon X y.png Pokémon Y or.png Pokémon Omega Ruby
as.png Pokémon Alpha Sapphire s.png Pokémon Sun m.png Pokémon Moon
us.png Pokémon Ultra Sun um.png Pokémon Ultra Moon lgp.png Pokémon Let's Go Pikachu
lge.png Pokémon Let's Go Eevee sw2.png Pokémon Sword sh2.png Pokémon Shield

 

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  1. 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

    734 downloads

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  2. PK1: Unused Trade Pokemon

    This page features unused trade Pokemon found in Generation I.

    In Pokemon Red Blue and Green, it was found that there is an unused trade, whereby players can trade their Butterfree for a Beedrill from an NPC.

    Pokemon Yellow added two more unused trades, where players can trade a Mew for a Mew, and a Pidgeot for Pidgeot.

    Thanks to @jojo12100 and @SwagKey for obtaining these Pokemon for us!

    Original Thread:

    518 downloads

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  3. PK1: Debugger's Pokemon

    Original Description, pre-debug rom leak
    When running through the assembly of the game, it was discovered that there are subroutines that will give you a set part of Pokemon.

    It is most likely that these Pokemon the game fills your party with, are Pokemon the debuggers used to run through the game,
    to test whether the game is working as intended.


    Thanks to @jojo12100 and @BlackShark's help with the codes, to obtain these Pokemon!
     
    Update, post-debug rom leak
    Since the debug roms for Blue and Yellow is (at time of writing) now in the wild, the debug Pokémon from those were added.
    It is important to note that OT/TID is set upon continuing the game via debug (as opposed to continuing normally via Title Screen).

    So while the subroutine is the same, it uses the base save's OT/TID.
    In any case, debug roms will not be distributed. Do not ask for them!


    Original Thread:

    379 downloads

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  4. WC7: Unreleased Proto Charizard-Marshadow

    On August 5th, 2017, around 01:37 GMT, a Marshadow test card was uploaded for testing, and quickly removed.
    As per previous tests, it was likely to test if the the Serial Codes they have on hand can retrieve the card from the correct Wonder Card ID slot.
    (Meaning, they're likely reserving this wonder card ID for international releases of Marshadow)

    The data is identical to the upcoming Red Hot Charizard (it's used as a base, for the dummy test)

    Internal Name: 0626_Marshadow_Serial_Test-Mo-1501897008
     Species   Charizard   Nickname   (default, save lang)   OT   Test   TID   100117   Distribution   Serial Code  (unreleased)   Location   a lovely place   Dates   (unreleased)   PID   Cannot Be Shiny   Games   SM    Lv. 50      Nature   Random   Ability   Blaze (1)   Item   Red Card   Bundled Item   None 
    Classic   Moves   (ITALIC means Relearnable)   Dragon Dance   Flare Blitz   Fly   Earthquake   WC ID 626: 「Marshadow Test」's receiving text  0x2C Thank you for playing Pokémon! Please pick up your gift from the deliveryman in any Pokémon Center. Marshadow Test Marshadow Test

    183 downloads

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  5. WC7: Inaccessible Korean Anime Alolan Sandshrew

    On 23rd April, 2017, 3 wonder cards popped into the Mystery Gift Server.
    While 2 of them remained unchanged and was later distributed on May 2nd,
    one of the wonder cards had it's Trainer ID changed, and the updated version wasn't distributed until 9th May, 2017.
    This Sandshrew is the first version of that event, with this original card being not normally accessible to players.
    (The updated version is released to players, over here)
     
     Species   Sandshrew (Alola)   Nickname   (default, save lang)   OT   썬문   TID   170503   Distribution   Serial Code   Location   a lovely place   Dates   Not officially  distributed as-is   PID   Cannot Be Shiny   Games   KO: SM    Lv. 10      Nature   Random   Ability   Snow Cloak (1)   Item   None   Bundled Item   None 
    Classic   Moves   (ITALIC means Relearnable)   Rapid Spin   Ice Ball   Powder Snow   Bide   WC ID 1108: 「모래두지(알로라의 모습) 선물」's receiving text  0x35 Thank you for watching the Pokémon animation! Please pick up your gift from the deliveryman in any Pokémon Center. 모래두지(알로라의 모습) 선물 「포켓몬스터 썬&문」 TV방송을 기념해서
    포켓몬을 선물합니다!

    200 downloads

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  6. PK3: Unreleased Faraway Island Mew (European Languages)

    In Pokemon Emerald, contains a programmed event encounter with the Mythical Pokemon Mew.
    However, the key item that activates the event, Old Sea Map, was never released to players outside of Japan.

    This page hosts the Mew that is caught at Faraway Island.
    As an extra illegal bonus, it's caught with the Safari Ball, that cannot be obtained outside of the Safari Zone.
     
    Update:
    It is possible to reach Faraway Island in Non-English and Non-Japanese other European languaged games,
    using an elaborate usage of glitches, as explained by ChickasaurusGL below.

    It is unclear whether the non-Japanese Mew can be sent up via Pokemon Bank.
     
     

    671 downloads

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  7. PK8: Unobtainable Shiny Original Color Magearna

    This Magearna has the TID hacked to be Shiny, nothing changed apart of that.
    At the time this post is made, this Pokémon is marked as legal in PKHeX and it is currently unknown if Home can assign a Shiny TID for the Magearna. However, there are no report of a legitimate Shiny Magearna yet and Sword / Shield servers refuse to trade this Pokémon, so i assume it's definitely Shiny Locked.
    --EDIT--
    This Pokemon is now correctly shown as illegal by PKHeX.
    --
    The original one is downloadable here:
     

    642 downloads

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  8. WC7: Unreleased Proto No Guard Lycanroc

    On March 12th, 2017, a testing wonder card for Lycanroc (for the US Serial code) was first uploaded to the Mystery Gift servers,
    and was removed as quickly as it came.

    On April 9th, 2017, an image popped up, showing the US version of a Code card. (also in screenshot section above).

    EU event starts on May 05, and US event starts on May 15 (uploaded early on May 13).
    The actual Event differs from this Early testing card, only by Trainer ID.

    Data as follows:
     Species   Lycanroc (Midnight)   Nickname   (default, save lang)   OT   Rocky   TID   005157   Distribution   Serial Code   Location   a lovely place   Dates   Not Released   PID   Cannot Be Shiny   Games   US: SM    Lv. 50      Nature   Random   Ability   No Guard (HA)   Item   Life Orb   Bundled Item   None 
    Classic   Moves   (ITALIC means Relearnable)   Stone Edge   Fire Fang   Sucker Punch   Swords Dance   WC ID 606: 「Lycanroc will not miss!」's receiving text  0x2C Thank you for playing Pokémon! Please pick up your gift from the deliveryman in any Pokémon Center. Lycanroc will not miss! Opponents cannot hide from the
    Rock-type Pokémon Lycanroc!
    Its No Guard Ability makes sure
    hard-hitting moves such as Stone Edge
    and Fire Fang will not miss.

    392 downloads

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  9. PKX: Uncatchable Tutorial Pokemon

    Across the generations of Pokemon, there has been many tutorial Pokemon, that players get to see, but be unable to catch.

    This page hosts the assortment of said Pokemon, all detailed below:
    Generation 1 RBY: Old Man's Rattata RBY: Wild Tutorial Weedle Y: Prof Oak's Pikachu (one caught different from one given afterwards) Generation 2 GSC: Wild Tutorial Rattata Generation 3 RS: Wild Encountered Poochyena (Chasing Prof. Birch) E: Wild Encountered Zigzagoon (Chasing Prof. Birch) RSE: Norman's Zigzagoon (Loaned to Wally) RSE: Wild Tutorial Ralts (caught by Wally) FRLG: Various TV Pokemon [Butterfree, Jigglypuff, Oddish, Pidgey, Poliwag, Rattata] Generation 4 DPPT: Wild Encountered Starly DP: Wild Tutorial Bidoof DT: Wild Tutorial Bidoof HGSS: Ethan/Lyra's Marill HGSS: Wild Tutorial Rattata Generation 5 BW: Prof Juniper's Minccino BW: Wild Tutorial Patrat B2W2: Bianca's Lillipup B2W2: Wild Tutorial Purrloin Generation 6 XY: Calem/Serena's Bunnelby XY: Wild Tutorial Fletchling ORAS: Wild Poochyena (Chasing Prof. Birch) ORAS: Norman's Zigzagoon (Loaned to Wally) ORAS: Wild Tutorial Ralts Generation 7 SM: Catching Tutorial Kukui's Rockruff SM: Catching Tutorial Wild Pikipek SM: Z-move Tutorial Kukui's Rockruff SM: Z-move Tutorial Wild Growlithe  
    Many thanks to @jojo12100 and @BlackShark for these!

    544 downloads

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  10. PK5: Pokestar Studios Prop Creatures (Studiomons)

    In Pokemon Black 2 & White 2, lies the facility Pokestar Studios, which allow players to create "films",
    which is done by having users battles Props (between a pair of legs and Mecha Tyranitar),
    which are not traditional Pokemon.
    Fan term for these Studio Creatures/Props are known as Studiomons.

    At present, the only Pokemon dumped from RAM is are(thanks @jojo12100😞
     
          Majin   F-00   Black Door   White Door
    Bringing any of these "Pokemon" out of the PC will cause it to turn into an unusable bad egg.
    The only way to use it via the Battle Box feature,
    but do note that none of the Studiomons have a back sprite, so it will appear as a black square.

                                           illus: Studiomons appearing as a Black Square

    Presently it appears PKHeX may allow importing into a B2W2 Save (perhaps with limitations),
    but if it doesn't, this programs accepts it's usage too:

    436 downloads

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  11. PK5: Pokestar Studios Opponent's & Rental Pokemon

    In Pokemon Black 2 & White 2, lies the facility Pokestar Studios, which allow players to create "films",
    which is done by having users battles Props (between a pair of legs and Mecha Tyranitar),
    which are not traditional Pokemon.
    In this page, hosts the various Opponent's & Rental Pokemon, for the various films.

    All the film series have been uploaded to this page!

     
    Credits:
    @jojo12100 and @BlackShark
    Original Thread:

    629 downloads

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  12. PK2: Pokemon Stadium 2 Debugger's Pokemon

    Pokemon Stadium is the first Pokemon game with 3D models capable of battling, and Pokemon Stadium 2 is the sequel to that game.

    Debugger's Pokemon has been found, and this page holds those Pokemon.


    Credits:
    @jojo12100 and @BlackShark
    Original Thread:

    278 downloads

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  13. PK3: Unobtainable Dummy Pokemon

    In Pokemon Ruby & Sapphire, FireRed & LeafGreen, and Emerald, contains various glitch Pokemon,
    that occupies the Gen III programmed index spaces of 252-276 (between Celebi and Treecko).
    All of their physical stats are exactly the same as the Pokemon Deoxys.
    Speculation is, the 25 slots originally contained fully formatted Pokemon, but was dummied out after.

    This Pokemon, ?, has the cry of Unown, and it's only ability is none (-------),
    it normally can only have the attack Tackle, and is incapable of learning any other moves.

    I accidentally came across this Pokemon, when I had too many AR codes active all at the same time,
    and managed to catch it, and have since hacked moves onto it.

    This Pokemon cannot be transferred up to Gen IV using Pal Park.

    (image courtesy of Bulbapedia)
     
    ? is a stable glitch Pokemon, and can be used normally in battle and normal game play.
     
    [extracted via A-save, theoretically may work with PKHeX]

    222 downloads

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  14. WC7: Unreleased Proto Clovis Salazzle

    As early as June 12th, 2017, this event has been uploaded onto the servers for testing.

    Two different versions (namely Full TID 8087 and 080817) were uploaded, and differs from the final release.

    English example:
     Species   Salazzle   Nickname   (default, save lang)   OT   Clovis   TID   (various)   Distribution   Serial Code   Location   a lovely place   Dates   (Unreleased)  PID   Cannot Be Shiny   Games   SM    Lv. 50      Nature   Random   Ability   Corrosion (1)   Item   Focus Sash   Bundled Item   None 
    Classic   Moves   (ITALIC means Relearnable)   Fake Out   Toxic   Sludge Bomb   Flamethrower   WC ID 607: 「Salazzle is ready for battle」's receiving text  0x2C Thank you for playing Pokémon! Please pick up your gift from the deliveryman in any Pokémon Center. Salazzle is ready for battle This venomous Poison- and Fire-type
    Pokémon Salazzle has its signature
    Corrosion Ability, which enables it to
    make even usually resistant Steel- and
    Poison-type Pokémon badly poisoned
    using its potent Toxic move!

    342 downloads

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  15. ECT: Debug Pokemon Ruby Version - Debug E-reader Trainer

    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.
    Working on the data first documented by The Cutting Room Floor and GlitchCity Forums,
    the E-card Trainer was finally extracted by @jojo12100 using @suloku's tool.

    There are e-Reader cards that allow you to challenge trainers in the old man's house in Mossdeep City,
    and the trainer can be swapped out by scanning a different card.

    This card data contains a trainer that is a Pokemon Ranger, with his name being "Card E" (Japanese: カードいイー),
    and rather peculiarly have the names of his Pokemon being in English ("TOURNAMENT").
    Note: Japanese games are hard coded to only display up to 5 Characters for Trainer and Pokemon Names,
    even if the Pokemon has a longer name, as seen in the comparison below.

    It's possible that this e-Card was originally Japanese in a earlier revision of the debug rom,
    which was likely based on a japanese debug rom, before it was adapted for localization.
    The nicknames of the Pokemon was likely changed during localization.

    [We will not distribute the Debug Ruby Rom, and it is against our rules to ask for it]
     
    Original Thread:

    339 downloads

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  16. 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!

    2618 downloads

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  17. PK4 : Proto Japanese DP (Estimated Feb-Mar 2006 Build) Debug Pokemon

    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.

    This post relates to the early build compiled from the 2020 leak.

    In the compiled version of the early build, it barely has 50 then new Pokémon developed at that time. This build is so early, that the index number for the then new Pokémon were all over the place, radically different from the final build people could purchase at retail stores.
    Found in this older version of Diamond and Pearl, were some debug Pokemon (12 in box, 3 in party and a debug Bulbasaur battle routine).
    However, probably because it was an early build, and it was very different from the final build, its PKM data structure turned out to be radically different.
    As a result, these Pokémon needed to be reconstructed in order to be transplanted into the final build.
    With that being said, this page hosts both the untouched version and the reconstructed (PKHeX compatible) version of the data.

    It is important to note that the beta sprites only applies to the beta games;
    Pokémon sprites are based on the game you're playing on, not the Pokémon file you use.
    As such, you will not get beta sprites to appear just by using these files.

    Note: It appears not every beta Pokémon in the artwork is available in this pack.

    While the battle look rather different (opponents are outlined in this build),
    it is believed that the beta sprites for Munchlax and Weavile at least originated from this earlier build.
    The beta sprites were seen in some of the pre-release clips.

     
    Many thanks to @BlackShark for his hard work on data decryption and @jojo12100 for his work on PKM structure.
     
    [We will not distribute the Debug ROM, and it is against our rules to ask for it]

    209 downloads

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  18. PK3: Emerald Debug Pokemon

    On May 18th, 2020, a Japanese debug version of Pokémon Emerald was leaked.
    Later on in that year, on September 8th, an English debug version was then leaked.
    This build is the same as the retail version of Pokémon Emerald in Japan, but with a large amount of debug features accessible + 5 Debug Pokémon inside (1 Treecko in party and 4 in box).

    The English build pretty much had the localized version of the same debug Pokémon found in the Japanese version.
     
    [We will not distribute the Debug ROMs, and it is against our rules to ask for it]

    463 downloads

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  19. PWT: Unused PWTs (WCS2011)

    The unused PWTs were extracted from B2W2.

    Backstory from Kaphotics:

    Original discussion: https://projectpokemon.org/home/forums/topic/23084-pwt-download-tournaments/?do=findComment&comment=149695
     

    50 downloads

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  20. PK3: FRLG Debug Pokemon

    In the year 2020, a Japanese debug version of Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen was leaked.
    It contained various debug functions, and with them, debug Pokémon can be found.
    Sub-routines previously found (that held Pokémon) were mainly: a Bulbasaur egg and a full box of Level 1 Rattata.
    (Important to note, that this Rattata that fills up every space you have is actually just a clone, so one copy is enough)

    Update: an English debug version was also leaked around a relatively close period to said original Japanese leak.
    From the debug menu at the title screen, the player was able to effectively load a predetermined save file,
    and such a save contains various Pokémon. However, it appears it was not properly localized, and the trainer name is actually in Japanese.
    The Japanese debug also has this feature, and Pokémon from within were subsequently added.
    [We will not distribute the Debug ROMs, and it is against our rules to ask for it]

    144 downloads

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  21. PK4: Unobtainable Roaming Darkrai

    Programmed into Pokemon Diamond, Pearl, Platinum, is a script for Darkrai to be encountered as a roaming Pokemon, but the script went unused.
    It is now speculated that perhaps Darkrai was supposed to be roaming, like it's counterpart Cresselia, before it attained Mythical status and became an event-only encounter.

    Thanks to @Aurum for discovering and providing the file.

    Video of this, seen below:
    (Aurum also fled from a shiny that is encountered by abusing the cute charm glitch)
     

    458 downloads

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  22. PK2: Unobtainable Trainer House Cal's Pokemon

    In Pokemon Gold, Silver and Crystal (and later in Pokemon HeartGold and SoulSilver), there is a location called the Trainer House.
    The Trainer House allows you to battle the trainer in it once a day.
    The trainer will normally be the trainer that you last used Mystery Gift with,
    however if you never used that feature before, the trainer you get to battle is Cal.

    Cal's Pokemon are the final stages of the Johto Starters.
    It was discovered in the games programming (gen 2) that there are 2 unused teams,
    which features the 1st and 2nd stages of the Johto Starters, but it is not known how to trigger these battle legitimately.

    This page hold all 3 of the sets mentioned before, from Gen 2.

     

    166 downloads

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  23. PK2: Unobtainable Trainer House Carrie's Pokemon

    In Pokemon Gold, Silver and Crystal (and later in Pokemon HeartGold and SoulSilver),
    there is a location called the Trainer House.
    The Trainer House allows you to battle the trainer in it once a day.
    The trainer will normally be the trainer that you last used Mystery Gift with,
    however if you never used that feature before, the trainer you get to battle is Cal.

    Carrie is a young trainer that frequently visits Goldenrod Department Store,
    and when encountered in Pokemon Stadium 2, she can use the Mystery Gift feature with the player,
    and will appear in the Trainer House in Viridian for the player to challenge.

    This page holds the 3 teams that she can use.

    213 downloads

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  24. PK2: Unobtainable Pokemon Stadium 2 Gym Leader Castle Rental Pokemon

    Rental Pokemon from Pokemon Stadium 2 that trainers are unable to keep for themselves.
    This page hosts a whopping 246 of such rental Pokemon obtained, thanks to @SwagKey
     

    247 downloads

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  25. PK1: Encounters with the Glitched Kind

    @jojo12100 held his breath, and took a deep dive into the glitched map 0xFE in Pokemon Yellow,
    in order to meet the Pokemon that calls that place home.

    Explanation on how to get there:
     

    267 downloads

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