Err, wow, first stamp I make, and it gets, err, this: [link]
Gah, I completely forgot to give credit to the creator of the font! x_X Pokémon GB font [link]
also, for all non-subscribed such as myself, here's an appropriate FAKE STAMP:(also is animated to be a bit faster)
Glitch types are my favs!
Back in the days when I played Pokémon, I did a lot of 'research' on Missingno. and the likes of it.
It felt exciting, knowing that this wasn't supposed to be there, and I might even discover something new
In the blue edition, (the one for the original Game Boy color, not DS or Advance or whatever that remake was made for)
I actually even ended up figuring out that you could, proper timing and luck required, access the 'trade center' with three Game Boys simulanously, leading to cross-over-trades resulting in even more glitchy Pokémon.
Even got one with a "special ability", if placed in the first position, the whole team-list would become invisible.
Err... that ment: this glitch-Pokémon - let me dub it "null" -
was usually there to represent the "end" of the team-list.
Due to it's special meaning for the listing-system of the game, it would be possible to perform - as dumb as this may sound - "soul switches", when placing it in a specific position in BILL'S PC... so bascially, you put in a Pikachu, a Charizard, and the "end-of-list"-representing "null"
...and suddenly your Pikachu would turn into a Charizard (attacks and stats remaining the same), Charizard into another "end-of-list"-glitch-Pokémon, and the end of list pokémon would remain the same.
Of course you can get the same Pokémon much easier when using a cheat device, just use a code to change the amount of Pokémon in your team-list to 7, there you have the "end-of-teamlist"-representant.
ah yeah, the good ol' days.