All right, so we all know the Mew Glitch, this glitch, which is using the same idea, that will gain you ANY Pokemon, such as Pokemon that you will NOT be able to get in your version (exclusive to the other version), Pokemon that needs trade to evolve but you cannot trade (Alakazam, Machamp, Golem and Gengar), Mew (of course), and even Missingno without going to Cinnebar Island. First, I'll explain the Mew Glitch, as everyone's familiar with it already, then I will elaborate on about how to obtain any Pokemon, once you see how the glitch works. Let's use the Route 8 Gambler for example. The process will be in BOLD and the explanation will be in normal font. Basically: 1) You go to a trainer that has not been battled yet, interact with him or her from the top and press the Start Button. The Menu will pop up and you can Fly/Teleport/Dig away. Here, you are creating a situation where the battle basically "starts" but you have escaped. The game however, thinks that you're in the battle with the trainer, which is why the Start Button will stop working. You, however, can go to anywhere. 2) Go to the Slowpoke Trainer, battle him. You MUST NOT walk right in front of the Trainer, but allow it to walk at least 1 square towards you or else the game will FREEZE. This Slowpoke trainer has a Slowpoke of Level 17. Although you can't tell from just battling him, but that Slowpoke has a Special Stat of 21. Now, based on the Hexdecimal that the game was programmed with, that battle will save the game with this value: 07 07 07 07 07 07 07 07 8E 11 00 3C 00 1E 00 1D 00 1C 00 15 07 07 07 07 07 07 07 07 The 8 "07"s on either side aren't important, but is part of the explanation why the Mew is met at level 7, and so will all of the Pokemon obtained in this glitch, even Missingno. The underlined section is the most important. 8E is in front of every battle, 11 is the hexdecimal for the trainer's Pokemon (Slowpoke is 17, so 11 is the hexdecimal for 17), and ignoring all the 00's, the next ones are the number for its HP, Attack, Defense, Speed, Special. The Special is the 15, which is the Slowpoke's Special Stat 21 in hexdecimal. After this battle is over, the game will allow you to use your Start Button to access the Menu again. 3) Fly to Lavender Town, walk to west entrance, the Menu will pop up. Close the Menu by pressing B and encounter Mew at Lv.7. Here, you are returning to the same route as the Gambler which you first interacted with but escaped from. The Menu will automatically pop up the way you pressed it before you battled the gambler earlier. The game for some unknown and odd reasons, borrow the last significant hexdecimal digit from the Special Stat of the last Pokemon you killed, and thinks that you have finally close the menu, and resumes the battle. It THINKS that you are resuming the battle with the Gambler, but you are really not. Every Pokemon has a hexdecimal identifier programmed into the game, and Mew's is 15 in hexdecimal, and 21 in decimal, which is the same as the Slowpoke's Special stat. Since you're not really fighting the gambler, the game will force you to encounter a wild Pokemon with the same hexdecimal identifier, and the Mew pops up. Now, I'm done explaining the Mew glitch, let's further elaborate it to make it able to catch any Pokemon, so you can even play your Virtual Boy Advance Red, Blue or Yellow version, without any trades and cheats, complete your dex. First of all, remember that the game reads the hexdecimal of the Special stat of the LAST POKEMON YOU KILLED, so it doesn't have to be the Slowpoke, and EVERY POKEMON IN GAME has a hexdecimal identification (henceforth called hexID), all you need to know is hexID of that Pokemon to catch it at Level 7 the same way you caught Mew, that is, if you did. You can even catch another Mew! Also remember this, the trainer or the gambler you used for the Mew glitch CAN be used again as long as you don't mess up and interact with him in a real battle. What you will need: 1. Pokemon with Fly or Teleport. 2. Enough trainers that are able to walk up to you yet to be battled. This can be ANY trainer. 3. A Pokemon with Cut. 4. A Pokemon of your OWN with the same Special stat as the decimal number of the list that I'm going to post at the end of this post. Let's use another example to do this. Say, you started out the game with Charmander, and you want a Squirtle now, but you can't get one. Now, Squirtle's hexID is B1, which is 177 in decimal. What you need is a Pokemon with 177 in its Special Stat, so raise one of those. Once you have that, go to the Gambler, do your trick and Fly or Teleport away back to Lavender Town. Now go South to Route 13 and battle any one of those unbattled trainer or bird feeders there and win the battle. YOU must do this or else your Menu will NOT pop up. This trainer MUST walk towards you at least 1 square. After the battle, go to the grass patch in the northeast, and cut the little tree there. In this patch of grass you can find wild Dittos, albeit they're not that common. Just run away from all other wild Pokemon. Once you see a wild Ditto, do NOT kill it the first turn and allow it to transform into your Pokemon, the one with 177 Special. THEN, kill the Ditto and Fly or Teleport back to Lavender town. Then go to the west entrance, same thing will happen as the Mew glitch, and you will encounter a wild Squirtle at level 7. If the Pokemon you bring has 21 Special instead of the 177 for Squirtle, since 21 is for Mew, you will find another Mew. The Gambler can be used again and again for this glitch, but remember, the trainer (or bird feeder or whatever) you battled to have your Start Button working again will use "used up" so save enough for this glitch if you planning on getting a lot of Pokemon this way. Route 13 is easiest because I find there about 10 or 15 or so of trainers usable for this glitch, plus the Wild Dittos are there. Now, without further adue, here's the chart for all Pokemon's HexID as well as the number in Decimal: Code: Name Hex Dec ---------- --- --- Bulbasaur 99 153 Ivysaur 09 9 Venusaur 9A 154 Charmander B0 176 Charmeleon B2 178 Charizard B4 180 Squirtle B1 177 Wartortle BC 188 Blastoise 1C 28 Caterpie 7B 123 Metapod 7C 124 Butterfree 7D 125 Weedle 70 112 Kakuna 71 113 Beedrill 72 114 Pidgey 24 36 Pidgeotto 96 150 Pidgeot 97 151 Rattata A5 165 Raticate A6 166 Spearow 05 5 Fearow 23 35 Ekans 6C 108 Arbok 2D 45 Pikachu 54 84 Raichu 55 85 Sandshrew 60 96 Sandslash 61 97 Nidoran(F) 0F 15 Nidorina A8 168 Nidoqueen 10 16 Nidoran(M) 03 3 Nidorino A7 167 Nidoking 07 7 Clefairy 04 4 Clefable 8E 142 Vulpix 52 82 Ninetales 53 83 Jigglypuff 64 100 Wigglytuff 65 101 Zubat 6B 107 Golbat 82 130 Oddish B9 185 Gloom BA 186 Vileplume BB 187 Paras 6D 109 Parasect 2E 46 Venonat 41 65 Venomoth 77 119 Diglett 3B 59 Dugtrio 76 118 Meowth 4D 77 Persian 90 144 Psyduck 2F 47 Golduck 80 128 Mankey 39 57 Primeape 75 117 Growlithe 21 33 Arcanine 14 20 Poliwag 47 71 Poliwhirl 6E 110 Poliwrath 6F 111 Abra 94 148 Kadabra 26 38 Alakazam 95 149 Machop 6A 106 Machoke 29 41 Machamp 7E 126 Bellsprout BC 188 Weepinbell BD 189 Victreebell BE 190 Tentacool 18 24 Tentacruel 9B 155 Geodude A9 169 Graveler 27 39 Golem 31 49 Ponyta A3 163 Rapidash A4 164 Slowpoke 25 37 Slowbro 08 8 Magnemite AD 173 Magneton 36 54 Farfetch'd 40 64 Doduo 46 70 Dodrio 74 116 Seel 3A 58 Dewgong 78 120 Grimer 0D 13 Muk 88 136 Shellder 17 23 Cloyster 8B 139 Gastly 19 25 Haunter 93 147 Gengar 0E 14 Onix 22 34 Drowzee 30 48 Hypno 81 129 Krabby 4E 78 Kingler 8A 138 Voltorb 06 6 Electrode 8D 141 Exeggcute 0C 12 Exeggutor 0A 10 Cubone 11 17 Marowak 91 145 Hitmonlee 2B 43 Hitmonchan 2C 44 Lickitung 0B 11 Koffing 37 55 Weezing 8F 143 Rhyhorn 12 18 Rhydon 01 1 Chansey 28 40 Tangela 1E 30 Kangaskhan 02 2 Horsea 5C 92 Seadra 5D 93 Goldeen 9D 157 Seaking 9E 158 Staryu 1B 27 Starmie 98 152 Mr. Mime 2A 42 Scyther 1A 26 Jynx 48 72 Electabuzz 35 53 Magmar 33 51 Pinsir 1D 29 Tauros 3C 60 Magikarp 85 133 Gyarados 16 22 Lapras 13 19 Ditto 4C 76 Eevee 66 102 Vaporeon 69 105 Jolteon 68 104 Flareon 67 103 Porygon AA 170 Omanyte 62 98 Omastar 63 99 Kabuto 5A 90 Kabutops 5B 91 Aerodactyl AB 171 Snorlax 84 132 Articuno 4A 74 Zapdos 4B 75 Moltres 49 73 Dratini 58 88 Dragonair 59 89 Dragonite 42 66 Mewtwo 83 131 Mew 15 21 Any Pokemon's Special stat that isn't in the list of the decimal IDs means there's no according hexID for it, and that Pokemon you encounter at Level 7 will be Missingno. This Missingno is just like the one you'd see at Cinnebar Island, with the ability to infinitize your 6th item in bag. Also, apparently, credit to ultimifier, that if you Growl the Ditto once, the glitched Pokemon you will find will be at Level 6, and 2 Growls will reduce the glitched Pokemon's level to 5, and so on. and if the Ditto uses Sword Dance, it would be 9. Good luck!