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MissingNo.
Missingno
MissingNo.'s in-game sprites from Pokémon Red & Blue (top row) and Pokémon Yellow (bottom row)

Creator(s)

Various

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Mike's version
Luketheemewtwo's edit
KoopaKingdom.com's version
The_None's version

Origin

Pokémon

MissingNo. (abbreviated from Missing Number) is a Bird/Normal-type (Normal/999 in Pokémon Yellow) Pokémon from the Pokémon series, however, it isn't an actual Pokémon, but is instead an error handler (or placeholder) for when a non-existent Pokémon is encountered. It is a glitch Pokémon that, although not usually being able to evolve (sometimes evolving to a random level 1 Pokémon), has eight different forms that it can appear as, with four of them depending on what the player's name is, and four being exclusive to Pokémon Yellow. It appears at #000 in the National Pokédex, though it has no Pokédex entry in-game.

MissingNo. is a notorious glitch made famous by how easy it is to encounter and obtain, as well as what it can do, overshadowing the other glitch Pokémon. Although MissingNo.'s appearance can differ depending on the game and what method was used to encounter it, its most recognisable form is the L-shaped entity from Pokémon Red and Blue, comprised solely of corrupted graphics. In Pokémon Red and Blue, MissingNo. has the potential to mess with the save data by performing certain actions like duplicating the item in the sixth slot of the bag by 128, ruining the Hall of Fame data and scrambling up the game's graphics, though most of these glitches can be fixed without deleting the save data and starting a new game.

In M.U.G.E.N, MissingNo. has been made by Mike, KoopaKingdom.com and The_None. Mike's and The-None's versions are both a scratch-sprited, though only Mike's attacks using moves that it learns in the Pokémon games, such as Water Gun and Sky Attack, as The_None's has a moveset akin to a lot of his other characters'. KoopaKingdom.com's version is a spriteswap of Human Smoke from Mortal Kombat.

Mike's Missingno.

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Mno

Missingno. is a six-button character that was made cheap deliberately, due to it being a glitch and not a real Pokémon. It has the ability to spam most of its moves, leaving the opponent in an endless loop until they're K.O.'d. One of its attacks, Crash, has the potential to O.H.K.O its opponent(s), unless they block, or have a high Defence stat.

Stats

Life
1000

Power
3000

Attack
100

Defence
100

KoopaKingdom.com's Missingno

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Missing-

As mentioned above, this version of Missingno is an unfinished spriteswap of Human Smoke by Kazmer13. As such, it still has some of Human Smoke's sprites.

The_None's MissingNo.

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The_None's characters are known for their excessive randomness and strange attacks, and MissingNo. is no exception. Although since MissingNo. is a glitch, this makes it slightly more reasonable. It can transform its body randomly unlike the others, allowing it to make various references to other media. The hitboxes of its attacks have very large range, making it somewhat hard to take down, but can be done with some skill. It can also flash the infamous faces from Game Boy Camera at random during some attacks. In addition, the Shun Goku Satsu of this character can make the opponent glitch out with random effects for each character, some not being able to perform combos and others not being able to move. Visually, this character doesn't look a whole lot like MissingNo. at all (minus the L-shape), though one of its palettes matches the colours of the real MissingNo.

Stats

Life
1000

Power
3000

Attack
100

Defence
89

Videos

Trivia

  • Ironcommando's robotic characters, such as 20000, are disabled by Mike's Missingno.
  • Mike's Missingno. is based on a similar glitch known as 'M or M-Block.
  • Only KoopaKingdom.com's and LuketheeMewtwo's MissingNo. characters have the actual sprites from the game (albeit KoopaKingdom.com's somewhat facing the wrong way).
Pokémon
Generation I Pokémon AlakazamBeedrillBellsproutBulbasaurChanseyCharizardCharmanderCharmeleonDiglettDittoDoduoFlareonGastlyGengarGyaradosHaunterJigglypuffJolteonKoffingMagikarpMagnemiteMagnetonMarowakMewtwoMukNidokingOmanyteOnixPikachuPsyduckRaichuSnorlaxSquirtleVoltorbWeepinbellWeezingWigglytuff
Generation II Pokémon ChikoritaCyndaquilEnteiFeraligatrHeracrossLugiaPichuScizorTyranitarUmbreonWobbuffet
Generation III Pokémon BlazikenBreloomFlygonGardevoirKyogreMawileMiloticMinunRayquazaRegiceRegisteelSceptileSwampertTorchicZangoose
Generation IV Pokémon ArceusDarkraiDialga & PalkiaGalladeGarchompGiratinaGlaceonLucarioMismagiusPachirisuPorygon-ZRampardosRioluRotom
Generation V Pokémon AudinoChandelureDurantHaxorusKlinklangKyuremLilligantMienshaoOshawottScolipedeSolosisStunfiskZoroark
Generation VI Pokémon ChespinClauncherGreninjaHonedgeSylveon
Humans & Misc. Pokémon Characters Creepy Cursed GhostMissingNo.Pokémon Trainer
Stages Bellchime TrailClash of the Weather TrioGateway ColosseumGlitch CityGroudon, Kyogre, and Rayquaza BattleHill of the AncientsMareep GrasslandMt.CoronetOutskirt StandPokemon CenterPokémon 3DPokémon StadiumRoute 7 - Riviere WalkRuins of AlphSpear PillarThe Meeting PlaceType Wild - Field

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