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That's not missingno who does the 6th item multiplication, that's 'M. Solar Flute

Section on generation 4 glitch (the cloning one) should be rewritten--maybe instead of making it a how-to (it seems to be copy-pasted), there could be a link to the how-to on another site. It also can be hard to make sense as to how this works unless you are doing it as you read the article.

Also: I heard there is another way to clone pokemon (D/P only), by putting them on the GTS, if you turn off the power of the DS at JUST the right time (when it says something like 'checking GTS status' as you deposit a pokemon), you'll end up with the 'mon in your PC (or party) and one in the GTS.


If this is already on another page about glitches...sorry... —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talkcontribs)

Please help us editing that section :) --Jargon ~ 23:20, April 30, 2010 (UTC)

Separate articles

I would very highly recommend separating several of these glitches into their own articles.


  • More formatting available, since you basically have more space.
  • Easier to maintain citations, as you don't have multiple unrelated sources jumbled together.
  • Makes things more accurate.

So the Mew trick would be moved to Mew trick; all methods of Pokemon cloning would go into that separate article; the (badly- and wrongly-explained) "Master Ball Trick" would be entirely removed and documented in MISSINGNO., as it is a side-effect of that glitch and nothing more; the (badly- and wrongly-explained) "Mysterious coast" would be documented either at Old Man Trick or Cinnabar Island; the (inadequately-documented) Glitch City would have its own article; etc..

DavidJCobb 15:04, June 30, 2010 (UTC)

Could be a great idea. Need to find some time to do that..
Your help would be needed as well ;) --Jargon ~ 17:43, July 12, 2010 (UTC)

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