Some of you may remember this from a while ago, when it was known as Streetmons. You may also remember that we had huge trouble actually playing the metagame properly, especially in an environment where legality was properly implemented. Well, the good news is that Pokemon Showdown now supports the metagame fully! That's right, we can finally play Glitchmons extremely easily. There are a few legality issues at the moment(almost fixed), and for some reason there is no team preview yet (fixed!), but this should hopefully be fixed in the next update. Make sure to look at the legality section below to make sure you're not cheating. Then just click on the link, build a team and go! For those of you who don't know what Glitchmons is, Theorymon can explain much better than I can: So, in other words, the only rule in this metagame is that you cannot use what you cannot obtain in game without hacking. There are NO CLAUSES and NO BANS. Legality – READ THIS BEFORE POSTING SETS Any Pokemon which has access to Mimic, Copycat, Metronome, Transform or Assist in Gen 4 has access to the Mimic glitch, meaning it can learn any move in the game. The glitch only takes place in Gen 4, but a Pokemon with one of these moves can be transferred from Gen 3. This means all Gen 5 Pokemon and Gen 5 abilities, including all Dream World abilities, are illegal with the glitch. By learning Sketch before being transferred to a Gen 5 game, one move from Gen 5 may also be learnt. Additionally, a Pokemon has access to any level-up, tutor, or TM moves from Gen 5 (but not egg moves). The vast majority of Pokemon in Gen 3 can learn Mimic via move tutor. Very few pokemon obtain the glitch through other means. This has a few implications: The Pokemon obviously must have a Gen 3 ability as it is transferred to Gen 4. It is possible to obtain a Gen 4 ability only though evolution. This means that No Guard Machop and Scrappy Miltank do not have access to the glitch, but that No Guard Machoke and Skill Link Cloyster do. The Pokemon must be at least level 5 (so any low-level Endeavor sets should be level 5). Also, please, please test the sets you are posting, or at least play the metagame a bit and think about them very carefully. Every single thread so far has been packed with untested and ultimately terrible sets, and I really don't want this to happen again. I'll be adding some of the best sets to the second post, along with any analysis you decide to add. I've already added some from the previous thread (including mine, because I'm that humble) so you don't have to trawl through it. Regardless, the old thread is located here if you want to read it. Even older threads can be found here and here, although I would strongly recommend against reading those, because they're full of untested/illegal stuff.