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RaZoR LeAf
7th May 2005, 12:57 PM
The Original Mew Trick

-Make sure you haven't battled the Gambler with two Poliwags and a Poliwhirl. He is facing the Underground Path toward Celadon city...on Route 8. Also, make sure you haven't fought the Youngster on Route 24, he's just after a Hiker and is facing North. If you have, the code won't work.

-You need Fly. (Aka HM02)

-Get some Ultra Balls, and anything else you would use to catch a Level 7 Mew, that only knows Pound.


Go to the Gambler I talked about before. Save AT the door he is facing. Don't make him battle you. SAVE HERE, this is tricky. Now, step one step towards him, and PRESS START. Really fast. If you did it right, the menu will pop up, but he won't battle you. Now Fly to Cerulean City.


Note: You cannot use START, A, or B.

Note: Do NOT save anywhere after this. First of all, you can't save when your buttons don't work. But second, when they work again, saving will ruin the Mew code, and not allow you to get the Mew. Ever. Keep your saved file from before you battled the Gambler.

[If you've done this right, you can't press Start]
Walk (you can't use start) to the Youngster, and when you battle him, make sure he WALKS TO YOU. Don't go directly in front of him. Beat him, and (now your buttons work) Fly to Lavender Town (Or Saffron City).

[If you've done this right, the Start menu WILL pop up when it should]
Now if you went to Lavender, go to the left of town, and start to enter that narrow passageway. If you went to Saffron, go right, to where the guard lets you past if you give him a drink. Either way, the Start menu will pop up. Do NOT save here. Press B. Mew will appear. This is your ONLY chance. (unless you go to your save file before the Gambler) Ta-Da...its a Mew.

Check this video for a run through of how it's done:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o5Tz_bIOeMA


The Newer Mew Trick


1. Have a pokemon with a special of 21
2 Fly away from the Gambler battle on route 8(left of lavender)
3. find any trainer and battle him
4. Fly to anywhere that has a Ditto in the wild
5. Let the wild Ditto transform into your Pokémon with the special of 21
6. Beat the Ditto (or just run away)
DO NOT FACE ANY OTHER POKEMON AFTER THIS!
7. return to route 8 (go to lavender, and walk to the left on that path)
8. if you did the trick correctly, you should be facing another Lvl 7 Mew!

You can also use this to get other pokemon. Do as above, but instead of a pokemon with a special of 21, use a pokemon of the special listed below.
1 - Rhydon
2 - Kangaskhan
3 - NidoranM
4 - Clefairy
( ^ Note: No Pokemon can ever have a natural Special stat below 5.)
5 - Spearow
6 - Voltorb
7 - Nidoking
8 - Slowbro
9 - Ivysaur
10 - Exeggutor
11 - Lickitung
12 - Exeggcute
13 - Grimer
14 - Gengar
15 - NidoranF
16 - Nidoqueen
17 - Cubone
18 - Rhyhorn
19 - Lapras
20 - Arcanine
21 - Mew
22 - Gyarados
23 - Shellder
24 - Tentacool
25 - Gastly
26 - Scyther
27 - Staryu
28 - Blastoise
29 - Pinsir
30 - Tangela
33 - Growlithe
34 - Onix
35 - Fearow
36 - Pidgey
37 - Slowpoke
38 - Kadabra
39 - Graveler
40 - Chansey
41 - Machoke
42 - Mr. Mime
43 - Hitmonlee
44 - Hitmonchan
45 - Arbok
46 - Parasect
47 - Psyduck
48 - Drowzee
49 - Golem
51 - Magmar
52 - Mankey
53 - Electabuzz
54 - Magneton
55 - Koffing
58 - Seel
59 - Diglett
60 - Tauros
64 - Farfetch'd
65 - Venonat
66 - Dragonite
70 - Doduo
71 - Poliwag
72 - Jynx
73 - Moltres
74 - Articuno
75 - Zapdos
76 - Ditto
77 - Meowth
78 - Krabby
82 - Vulpix
83 - Ninetales
84 - Pikachu
85 - Raichu
88 - Dratini
89 - Dragonair
90 - Kabuto
91 - Kabutops
92 - Horsea
93 - Seadra
96 - Sandshrew
97 - Sandslash
98 - Omanyte
99 - Omastar
100 - Jigglypuff
101 - Wigglytuff
102 - Eevee
103 - Flareon
104 - Jolteon
105 - Vaporeon
106 - Machop
107 - Zubat
108 - Ekans
109 - Paras
110 - Poliwhirl
111 - Poliwrath
112 - Weedle
113 - Kakuna
114 - Beedrill
116 - Dodrio
117 - Primeape
118 - Dugtrio
119 - Venomoth
120 - Dewgong
123 - Caterpie
124 - Metapod
125 - Butterfree
126 - Machamp
127 - Missingno.
128 - Golduck
129 - Hypno
130 - Golbat
131 - Mewtwo
132 - Snorlax
133 - Magikarp
136 - Muk
138 - Kingler
139 - Cloyster
141 - Electrode
142 - Clefable
143 - Weezing
144 - Persian
145 - Marowak
147 - Haunter
148 - Abra
149 - Alakazam
150 - Pidgeotto
151 - Pidgeot
152 - Starmie
153 - Bulbasaur
154 - Venusaur
155 - Tentacruel
157 - Goldeen
158 - Seaking
163 - Ponyta
164 - Rapidash
165 - Rattata
166 - Raticate
167 - Nidorino
168 - Nidorina
169 - Geodude
170 - Porygon
171 - Aerodactyl
173 - Magnemite
176 - Charmander
177 - Squirtle
178 - Charmeleon
179 - Wartortle
180 - Charizard
185 - Oddish
186 - Gloom
187 - Vileplume
188 - Bellsprout
189 - Weepinbell
190 - Victreebel
409 = Bulbasaur
437 = Charmander
339 = Ninetails
427 = Aerodactyl
265 = Ivysaur
502 = (Trainer) Agatha (Elite 4) who has: Missingno. Lv. 205 , Seel Lv. 205 , Pikachu Lv. 205 , Seadra Lv. 205 , Growlithe Lv. 205 , L- Yes that was the name it looked sorta like Missingno. but it was a square Lv. 205. BTW, L also duplicates your 5th and 6th item.
505 = Trainer blob(because its name and sprite looked like -m-)
Had 6 pkmn but they were all pixelated and I could not see them. Don't try this one because if you switch pokemn your screen blacks out, and if you beat it it says 9999 999 9999 9999 error 9999 Etc. Doing both of these results in freezing.
414 = Seaking
227 = (Trainer) Cheif w/ Voltorb Lv. 25, Koffing Lv. 25, Magneton Lv. 25, Magnemite Lv. 25, Koffing Lv. 25
430 = Missingno
233 = (trainer) Bruno w/ Growlithe Lv. 42 , Ponyta Lv. 40 , Rapidash Lv. 42 , Arcanine Lv. 47 (Blaine's Pokemon )
257 = Rhydon
259 = NidoranF
209 = (trainer) Hiker w/ Geodude Lv. 21 , Onix Lv. 21
211 = (trainer) Burglar w/ Lv. 34 Charmander , Lv. 34 Charmeleon (in game trainer is in Cinnabar mansion)
221 = (trainer) Juggler w/ Hypno Lv. 38 (in-game location = Koga's Gym)
213 = (trainer) Juggler w/ Seaking Lv. 28, Goldeen Lv. 28, Seaking Lv. 28, Goldeen Lv. 28
214 = (trainer) Fisherman w/ Seaking Lv. 28, Goldeen Lv. 28, Seaking Lv. 28, Goldeen Lv. 28
216 = (trainer) Cue Ball w/ Mankey Lv. 26, Mankey Lv. 26, Machoke Lv. 26, Machop Lv. 26 (in-game location = Cycling road)
217 = (trainer) Gambler w/ Growlithe Lv. 24, Vulpix Lv. 24
219 = (trainer) Psychic w/ Kadabra Lv. 29, Mr. Mime Lv. 29
222 = (trainer) Tamer w/ Pidgey Lv. 24, Pidgeotto Lv. 24 (in-game trainer = Bird keeper east of Fuschia)
269 = Grimer
Thanks to Crystal Mew of Serebii.net


195 = h Poke ???--- (pokeball symbol) Knew night shade, lick, confuse ray
198 = (odd japanese symbol) L ||(same odd japanese symbol) M4 ? Knew body slam, hypnosis, double slap, body slam
200 = trainer (space) or trainer (insert any pokemon here) has Charizard named ?M? if it is the pokemon trainer then the game will fuzz and a nother trainer will appear, eventually the game will freze
202 = (trainer) bug catcher w/ lv. 11 weedle and kakuna
205 = (trainer) Jr trainer ? w/ growlithe + charmander at lv. 21
207 = (trainer) Pokemaniac w/ cubone and slowpoke
235 = (trainer) Misty (I like to laugh at this one) 2 growlithes (fire pokemon LOL)

Another couple

SP = 948 (yes 948, I used mewtwo at level 255) (it also took like forever) = Charizard (what a waste, 124 rare candies wasted)
SP = 602 = Kabuto (you guessed it Lv. 7)
SP = 703 = ?a? knew pay day, guillotine, razor wind (when my mew transformed there was no PP left causing mew to use struggle)

SP = 763 = Trade center (don't ask it is really weird) (okay I will tell you) What happens is it waits for a while (usually it will say TOO BAD THE TRADE WAS CANCELED) the pokemon that are determined by your name appear as yours in the trading center. I'm not sure but maybe the trade will go through some how?

SP = 767 = (trainer) ?4??3??? sent out ?M? (charizard) made my pkmn change into a level 153 bulbasaur that knew explosion explosion explosion and mist (the other charizard had infinite HP)

SP = 770 = Kangaskhan
SP = 800 = Missingno.
SP = 132 = Snorlax Lv. 7 (get more than 1 legendary)
SP = 73 = Moltres Lv. 7 (get more than 1 legendary)
SP = 75 = zapdos Lv. 7 (get more than 1 legendary)
SP = 64 = Farfetch'd Lv. 7
SP = 7 = Nidoking Lv. 7 (don't need to use moon stone)
SP = 108 = ekans Lv. 7 (Good for users of pkmn blue)
SP = 66 = Dragonite Lv. 7
SP = 61, 67, 69, 56, 52, 50, 62, 63, 69, 80, 81, 87, 94, 121, 159, 161, 162, 94, 430 = Missingno. Lv. 7 Yes there are alot of numbers that are Missingno.
SP = 409 = Bulbasaur Lv. 7 (opportunity to get all 3 starters!!!)
SP = 42 = Mr. Mime Lv. 7
SP = 43 = Hitmonlee Lv. 7 (way to get both fighting pokemon)
SP = 44 = Hitmonchan Lv. 7 (way to get both fighting pokemon)
SP = 437 = Charmander Lv. 7 (opportunity to get all 3 starters!!!)
SP = 339, 83 = Ninetails Lv. 7 (don't have to use fire stone)
SP = 89 = Dragonair Lv. 7
Sp = 91 = Kabutops Lv. 7 (useful for getting both fossils)
SP = 40 = Chansey Lv. 7 (Rare safari pkmn)
SP = 85 = Raichu Lv. 7 (don't have to use thunderstone)
SP = 49 = Golem Lv. 7 (hint,hint, only can get in trade big opportunity!!!)
SP = 51 = Magmar Lv. 7
SP = 53 = Electabuzz Lv. 7
Sp = 57 = Mankey Lv. 7 (for pkmn blue (big opportunity))
SP = 60 = Tauros Lv. 7 (rare safari pkmn)
SP = 171, 427 = Aerodactyl Lv. 7 (way to get him without old amber)
SP = 267 = Lickitung Lv. 7
SP = 72 = Jynx Lv. 7
SP = 101 = Wigglytuff Lv. 7 (don't have to use moon stone)
SP = 98 = Omanyte Lv. 7 (Get both fossils)
Sp = 103 = Flareon Lv. 7 (way to get all 3 eveelutions)
SP = 105 = Vaporeon Lv. 7 (way to get all 3 eveelutions)
SP = 104 = Jolteon Lv. 7 (way to get all 3 eveelutions)
Sp = 99 = Omastar Lv. 7 (useful for getting both fossils)
Sp = 170 = Porygon Lv. 7 (Easy way to get it without having to buy coins or win lottery)
Sp = 265 = Ivysaur Lv.7
SP = 6 = Voltorb Lv. 7
SP = 113 = Kakuna Lv. 7
SP = 144 = Persian Lv. 7
SP = 71 = Poliwag Lv. 7
SP = 502 = (Trainer) Agatha (Elite 4) who has: Missingno. Lv. 205 , Seel Lv. 205 , Pikachu Lv. 205 , Seadra Lv. 205 , Growlithe Lv. 205 , ? - Yes that was the name it looked sorta like Missingno. but it was a square Lv. 205
Sp = 505 = Trainer blob(because its name and sprite looked like -m-)
Had 6 pkmn but they were all pixelated and I could not see them. Don't try this one because if you switch pokemn your screen blacks out, and if you beat it it says 9999 999 9999 9999 error 9999 Etc. Doing both of these results in freezing.
SP = 150 = Pidgeotto Lv. 7
SP = 78 = krabby Lv. 7
Sp = 414, 158 = Seaking Lv. 7
SP = 76 = Ditto Lv. 7
SP = 227 = (Trainer) Chief w/ Voltorb Lv. 25, Koffing Lv. 25, Magneton Lv. 25, Magnemite Lv. 25, Koffing Lv. 25
SP = 27 = Staryu Lv. 7
SP = 233 = (trainer) Bruno w/ Growlithe Lv. 42 , Ponyta Lv. 40 , Rapidash Lv. 42 , Arcanine Lv. 47 (Blaine's Pokemon )
SP = 20 = Arcanine Lv. 7
SP = 22 = Gyrados Lv. 7
SP = 257 = Rhydon Lv. 7
SP = 259 = Nidoran? Lv. 7 (useless)
SP = 114 = Beedrill Lv. 7
SP = 34 = Onix Lv. 7
SP = 35 = Fearow Lv. 7
SP = 36 = Pidgey Lv. 7 (pretty darn useless LOL)
SP = 37 = Slowpoke Lv. 7
SP = 38 = Kadabra Lv. 7
SP = 39 = Graveler Lv. 7
SP = 41 = Machoke Lv. 7
SP = 45 = Arbok Lv. 7
SP = 46 = Parasect Lv. 7
SP = 47 = Psyduck Lv. 7
SP = 48 = Drowzee Lv. 7
SP = 54 = Magneton Lv. 7
SP = 55 = Koffing Lv. 7
SP = 58 = Seel Lv. 7
SP = 59 = Diglett Lv. 7
SP = 209 = (trainer) Hiker w/ Geodude Lv. 21 , Onix Lv. 21
SP = 65 = Venonat Lv. 7
SP = 70 = Doduo Lv. 7
SP = 211 = (trainer) Burglar w/ Lv. 34 Charmander , Lv. 34 Charmeleon (in game trainer is in Cinnabar mansion)
SP = 221 = (trainer) Juggler w/ Hypno Lv. 38 (in-game location = Koga's Gym)
SP = 167 = Nidorino Lv. 7
SP = 213 = (trainer) Juggler w/ Seaking Lv. 28, Goldeen Lv. 28, Seaking Lv. 28, Goldeen Lv. 28
SP = 15, 271 = Nidoran? Lv. 7 (pretty useless)
SP = 100 = Jigglypuff Lv. 7
SP = 214 = (trainer) Fisherman w/ Seaking Lv. 28, Goldeen Lv. 28, Seaking Lv. 28, Goldeen Lv. 28
SP = 216 = (trainer) Cue Ball w/ Mankey Lv. 26, Mankey Lv. 26, Machoke Lv. 26, Machop Lv. 26 (in-game location = Cycling road)
SP = 96 = Sandshrew Lv. 7
SP = 163 = Ponyta Lv. 7
SP = 97 = Sandslash Lv. 7
SP = 164 = Rapidash Lv. 7
SP = 217 = (trainer) Gambler w/ Growlithe Lv. 24, Vulpix Lv. 24
SP = 107 = Zubat Lv. 7 (extremely useless)
SP = 165 = Rattata Lv. 7 (flat out useless)
SP = 219 = (trainer) Psychic w/ Kadabra Lv. 29, Mr. Mime Lv. 29
SP = 109 = Paras Lv. 7
SP = 112 = Weedle Lv. 7 (pretty useless)
SP = 168 = Nidorina Lv. 7
SP = 222 = (trainer) Tamer w/ Pidgey Lv. 24, Pidgeotto Lv. 24 (in-game trainer = Bird keeper east of Fuschia)
SP = 169 = Geodude Lv. 7
SP = 116 = Dodrio Lv. 7
SP = 106 = Machop lv. 7
SP = 119 = Venemoth Lv. 7
SP = 269 = Grimer Lv. 7
SP = 110 = Poliwhirl Lv. 7
Sp = 173 = Magnemite Lv. 7


There are a ton more that me and pokeglitch found but these are the ones that I found (I think)

(edits out bad words)

Yeah I have more this is only a fraction of the list for all of the obtainables

(this trick uses the same hex codes as a Gameshark)


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I am not an expert on this, but a new glitch has been found for Pokemon Red and Blue. It allows for any Pokemon at level 1 (that has been created from the Mew
Glitch) that has 'fading' experience points (different Pokemon have different formulas to calculate the experience needed to get to 100) (Fading growth is Mew along with any 3-stage evolution line except Butterfree, Beedrill, and Dragonite) to instantly level to 100 because of a problem in the formula for level 1 Pokemon.

I can not explain the glitch very well, but here are two good posts I found which will describe better than I can.


(From http://boards.gamefaqs.com/gfaqs/genmessage.php?board=907714&topic=3 3987402 by fefehwfheuihweq)

"I don't know if this is old news but I found it out myself and haven't seen it anywhere on the internet. You can get any monster at any level from 1 to 13. The variable that determines the level is the enemy's attack stat modifier, lowest being 1 and highest 13. The default (in the middle) is 7. So, if you want a Mew at level 1, simply use Growl six times on the Slowpoke before killing it."




(From http://boards.gamefaqs.com/gfaqs/genmessage.php?board=907714&topic=3 3987402 by kirbymuncher)

"A mew at level 1, since it has a fading growth pattern, has - 54 Exp points. Since EXp was never supposed to go below zero, it wraps around to16,777,162 exp points. This is enough for the Mew to be at level 245, but this doesn't happen because there is no battle, which recalculates its EXP points.

If you go into a battle with the Mew where it gains less than 54 ExP points, it will stay in the negatives. The game will recalculate its level, and then drop it down to level 100 (It can't be higher). This presents a very fast way to level up to level 100. This could be used extensivly in speedruns.

And yes, I have something against the words "eXp points""

And lastly here is a post from http://tasvideos.org/forum/viewtopic.php?p=119420#119420 by Mr. Pwnage :

"
For a long time, it was wondered where the number 7 for the enemy level comes from. Since the first week of the discovery, levels such as 8 or 9 were known to happen, but their cause was a mystery. What's a variable with a default value of 7? The answer, as it turns out, is stat modifier variables. The range of -6 to +6 is represented using the numbers 1-13. And as it was recently uncovered, the opponent's Attack stat modifier is what's been controlling the level, and since the mindset of performing FCBM (which stands for fight-cancelled battle manipulation, the term I've given to describe this so-called "Trainer/Fly" glitch) usually just wants you to dispatch the Pokemon used to manipulate the fight quickly, Attack modifiers rarely got a chance to matter, leading to the belief that level 7 is just what "happened".

So you can find your Mew, or whatever else you want, at a level from 1-13 (though levels 8 and up will require that the enemy has Swords Dance or something similar). As it turns out, level 1 (and only level 1) is the key here. There are four different formulas determining how EXP leads to level growth, and three of them are just scalars applied to L^3. The fourth one is more complex, 1.2L^3 - 15L^2 + 100L - 140. The first few levels for these "Fading" schedule Pokemon require very few EXP--what's interesting is the result of that formula for levels less than 2. No Pokemon was ever supposed to exist below level 2, so it was thought that the hole in this formula didn't matter. But now that you've seen that you can catch a Pokemon at level 1, it becomes relevant. A Fading-schedule Pokemon at level 0 has -140 EXP, and at level 1 it has -54. The game expects EXP to be 24 bits unsigned, so treats these signed values as the unsigned 16777076 and 16777162, respectively. Indeed, if you check the information on your level-1 Mew, you'll find that its EXP Points are a non-character tile followed by 77162.

Because the game has no reason to believe experience should ever go negative, that level-1 Mew is treated as if it really does have over 16 million EXP, which would be enough for level 245. If you can get the game to recalculate level on that, it'll be considered as 245 and then immediately be brought down to 100 like all Pokemon of level 101+ are upon participating in battle. But as I just tested, this check is made after the experience is awarded, and if you get enough to wrap around to 0 or a bit more, this won't come into play and Mew will be treated like just another low-level Pokemon. You'll need to get 53 or fewer experience awarded to Mew in order to trigger the event.

Mew FAQ Credits

RaZoRLeAf
?Crystal Mew?
Pokeglitch
Full Metal Alchemist
~Bent~
SpeedDemosArchive.com forums
Whoever discovered it in the first place



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