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Missingno. (the Glitch) is a mysterious life form that has managed to change the face of the Pokémon world all by itself despite the fact that it is almost never seen today. Spread across the world in places that no one would ordinarily imagine, Missingno. and its cryptic children are a deadly reminder of what the human race is capable of producing in the worst of cases and is something that all trainers, regardless of their experience, should stay far away from for the sake of survival. They might not be anything more than freakish beasts that are pointless and rare enough to be of little concern, but underestimating these monsters is about the worst mistake that anyone could make; come across one and refuse to leave, and you too will learn to fear the cybernetic abominations that are the corrupted children of man and machine!

The origins of Missingno. date back to the year before the Porygon Project was completed and serve as a good example of why biology and science rarely work together without some abnormalities occurring. At the time, Team Rocket was attempting to come up with new ways for them to steal Pokémon, and one of the leading projects at the time was a computer program designed to hack into the global PC network and trick the storage units into giving them the Pokémon other trainers had captured without alerting the local authorities. Unfortunately, technology was still quite primitive at the time and it was difficult to create a computer virus that could intelligently infect a single PC unit and take control if it, let alone every PC unit on the planet. Instead of simply waiting for technology to advance to the point where this would become possible, the always impatient scientists of Team Rocket attempted to bypass this issue by creating an intelligent virus that could work and think for itself through the application of living tissue; in a sense, their ambitions led them to attempt to create a living, breathing computer virus. Although some experts today claim that Team Rocket used the cells from a Mew as their source of living material, this makes little sense because the Mewtwo Project would not even begin until a few years later and Mew cells were not exactly something that was readily available at the time. Instead, expert witnesses state that the DNA of a Ditto was used for the original project, as the species' capacity to transform its body to readily suit whatever needs it might have made it perfect for the meshing of the biological components with any mechanical device they were implanted into. The original virus was supposed to be encased within a prototype container of sorts that would allow the biological components to mesh together with the mechanical components of their viral program just enough to allow it to digitally attack other programs while still being smart enough to follow orders or otherwise be commanded through electrical signals. However, when the first prototype was combined with cultured Ditto cells, the biological and mechanical components meshed together too strongly (supposedly because of an electrical spark in the testing room during the fusion process), and instead of becoming a tool, the prototype gained sentience and completely trashed the place. That day, the lab it was stored in disappeared from the face of the Earth and has not been seen since, while the prototype, now referred to as Missingno., escaped into the wild.

Missingno. itself is generally considered to be fairly benign and does not seem to demonstrate any form of hostility, but the same cannot be said for its children. Much like how a Ditto can effectively breed with almost every single species of Pokémon, Missingno. inherited the capacity to mutate and reproduce asexually simply by copying and replicating its program just as a cell does during mitosis. However, this biological monstrosity is flawed in that it is usually incapable of perfectly copying itself as a result of interference between the biological and mechanical components of its body; as such, 99 of every 100 clones or so will end up with some sort of mutation that alters both the programming of the beast and its physical attributes, even down to the point where it will affect what moves it can possibly have. As of today, there are over 600 confirmed types of beast that fall under the classifications of the original virus, each with its own unique attributes and abilities that sets it apart from the rest. In addition, the original Missingno. virus is believed to have at least five different forms that all behave the same way but are differentiated by their appearances and moves. Most of these biomechanical, virus-like entities are so rare that they are generally only seen once and in some cases have not been seen for decades, but they are still know to be present in the wild at least to some extent. In some cases, the reproductive nature of their cellular composition may cause them to mutate when exposed to other Pokémon in the wild, potentially causing a subject to mutate to the point where it will literally become an actual species of Pokémon and remain in that abnormal existence for the rest of its life. It is also interesting to note that random encounters with a wild Missingno. can potentially cause instant material replication of the items stored in a trainers bag, though this an ability generally restricted to Missingno. only; why and how this happens is still and utter mystery, but the fact that it will always replicate an item to a total of 128 in one’s inventory suggests that this might be a fundamental copying ability that only the original and its closest children are capable of possessing and is actually part of their core programming and not merely a simple glitch.

The Missingno. virus family is effectively separated from all other life forms based on three criteria: their appearances, the moves they can learn, and their effect on technology. The human eye is only able to see because light enters through our eyes and is then interpreted by the brain; if there is no light, then the brain does not recognize anything and believes that it is seeing nothing. The members of the Missingno. virus family are unique in that their true appearance is unknown because they effectively absorb any light shined upon them, process it through their bodies, and then emit light of a different wavelength in order to create an interference pattern. In short, they can use ordinary light to create a bizarre image that makes absolutely no sense to the human brain, resulting in an abnormal appearance that few people can look at without losing their mind in confusion. It is still unknown to this very day why exactly they choose to do so, but it is possible that these creatures are aware of their existence in most cases and choose to create such an appearance to confuse any creature that would dare attack them; this makes quite a bit of sense, as these creatures tend to at least partially excel in one stat while the rest tend to be almost nonexistent. The frequency and pattern of light that each virus gives off is unique to that type of virus and thus serves as a marker for differentiating them beyond their actual combat abilities. In some cases, however, this is not as easy as it sounds, as many types have learned how to mimic the appearances of wild Pokémon and can do so almost instantly, making them practically impossible to differentiate from real wild Pokémon.

All of the members of the Missingno. family possess extremely unusual move sets that are either limited to a few forms of defense or include a wide range of attacks and techniques that are otherwise impossible to find in a normal Pokémon. It is believed that the majority of these moves are derived from the biological component of the viruses attempting to mimic and copy the moves used against it in battle or even just moves that the creature manages to see. The low stats of these creatures prevent them from doing much with their moves in many cases, but this of little consequence in practice, as most trainers and wild Pokémon that see these creatures using moves that don't even make any sense for their body type tend to run away screaming in the opposite direction they came. However, although this type of move replication can give these creatures moves that are readily interpreted by others, on occasion, they may instead create an incomplete move, commonly referred to as a Glitch Move, that is not recognizable by any acceptable combat standards and is for all intents and purposes an utter mystery. While the actual construction method and appearance of these bizarre moves are strange enough, the worst part about them is that the actual damage and effects they are capable of dealing ranges widely. In some cases, these Glitch Moves may do only a tiny bit of damage or even no damage all, but in other cases, they can be capable of fatal damage that can disintegrate a target without any warning. This has proven to be an issue in the case of most of these creatures, as they generally tend to be a bit aggressive when attacked out of the blue and will fiercely defend their existence to the point of sacrificing themselves just to destroy another life.

Since the members of the Missingno. family are all technically computer viruses, it comes as little shock that they tend to have drastic effects on machines when near them and have been the source of more than a few issues throughout their time on Earth. If a trainer is lucky or otherwise foolish enough to capture any one of these creatures, the rest of their life as a trainer will be a bit miserable because, just like any good computer virus, these creatures completely corrupt anything with digital technology they manage to come into contact with. The moment they are captured, these creatures will infect the hardware of their capture device and occasionally render it sterile so as to prevent a trainer from ever releasing them from the device. If deposited in a storage device, the creatures may continue this process and infect the PC program, forcing trainers to either keep them in their party at all times or disabling their ability to take the subject out of the PC box or even other Pokémon out of the same box, forever sealing away any and all Pokémon that were once in the device. These viruses may occasionally go even farther than this and potentially infect other portions of the PC unit, including data on a trainer's work in the Pokémon Hall of Fame, and corrupt it to the point where any stored data on the machine will be altered into an amalgamation of what can only be called complete and utter madness. Moreover, if a trainer attempts to use their Pokédex to actually gain data on one of these creatures, all they will get is a data entry with almost no data and a random image from the creature, if even that; any data that is displayed, such as height and length, are grossly miscalculated and have no actual relationship to the physical properties of the target. This strange glitch is not actually damaging to the Pokédex itself and is merely the attempt of an otherwise sophisticated machine to understand a corrosive program that is ancient in both mannerisms and construction; even if a trainer wanted to show someone what they found, it cannot be done, as the Pokédex is incapable of storing any data gained on a subject and will thus never normally display the data unless another encounter is made. These are only some of the possible effects that these creatures can have, but in general, contact with any sort of digital machine is a bad idea and should be avoided at all costs to prevent any form of possible destruction they can inflict.

While Missingno. and its related mutations have managed to maintain some form of existence despite their otherwise abnormal powers, it is still fascinating to most that their radical mutative abilities have not actually led to them spreading far across the world; in fact, these beasts are almost never seen on a regular basis and tend to disappear just as quickly as they appear. Given the programming and their reliance on the copying powers of Ditto cells for replication, the case should be that the entire planet is covered in them…yet they seem to elude any real form of population growth. In reference to gathered data, this is completely impossible; even if only half of these creatures managed to live long enough to spawn off another replicate, there would still be at least a single beast for every square kilometer or so of land space, making them more than a bit recognizable to the trained eye. It is currently believed that the reason we can't find them is not because they are not there, but merely because they occupy a space in the world that no one can actually live in: the internet. Because their bodies are partially nothing more than computer programming, these creatures share with Pokémon like Porygon the capacity to travel from the physical world to the digital world quite freely. However, unlike Porygon and its evolutions, these creatures do not require a terminal of some sort to enter the digital realm and instead seem to be capable of entering the area at their whim. This would ordinarily frighten most people considering how damaging these beasts can be to most forms of modern technology, but for some odd reason, they do not attack any other programs in the digital world and are actually untraceable to a large extent.

This fact becomes more bizarre when one considers the fact that most of their traceable activity occurs within a very limited space in the ocean Routes between Fuchsia City and Cinnabar Island of the Kanto region. It is now strongly believed that the majority of the viruses that we do not see are living within a space built by their own will (and possibly from the old laboratory where the original Missingno. was created), a bizarre and inaccessible 'hotspot' called Glitch City. Here, it is believed that most if not all of the viruses created from the original Missingno. thrive and live without any interference from outside sources and may in fact serve as a sort of resting hub where the creatures can go if they are feeling threatened or otherwise are being attacked by another life form. Because all of the viruses are effectively built from the same basic programming, it is likely that this is a place free of conflict and strife and may be the closest example to a true utopia that humans have ever been able to see, a trait that is fairly ironic given the powers and attributes of these creatures. The actual existence of this city is only hypothesized from a few scant sightings over the years in the area, most of which being made by Swimmers that found themselves suddenly looking through a portal of sorts before watching it vanish into thin air a few seconds later. Some reports even include the presence of a gatekeeper of some sort standing in the mouth of the portal and vanishing just as quickly as the portal itself. While these sightings can mean any number of things and are likely not accurate enough to make much in the way of unbiased assumptions, if these sightings prove be true in the future, it may mean that these creatures have actually managed to develop some form of society and may potentially be more socially advanced than humans are.

Despite their incredible rarity and almost incomprehensible powers, Missingno. and all related biomechanical, virus-like entities already have a solid foothold in the world and may still be growing in numbers, though where this might be happening is still a mystery. To trainers, these creatures are nothing more than freaks and beasts that likely should not exist, and few could truly be against this thought; even so, these creatures show undeniable sentience and will likely still be a part of the world until modern technology is outdone by something that betrays their simple programming. Missingno. and its kind may not have originally been designed to truly think and act for themselves, but today that is exactly what they have become; let us hope that they bear no grudge against humanity for creating them and that, when humans are ready, we may be able to understand these enigmatic beasts and potentially come to see them with compassion and not hatred for their unnatural and potentially cancerous existence.

Professor Wormwood
A scientific analysis of Missingno. and its biomechanical, virus-like relatives. Enjoy.
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vovan1 Featured By Owner Edited Mar 8, 2018
Nowadays, I wonder, if I'm somehow linked to one of those lifeforms.

I mean, if something around me can go weird - it'll, most likely, go this way, and if not - then it's just sign of something even weirder ahead. I think I'll call it "retroactive weirdness field", since, as I've seen in the Reflection Cave (though it may've been just a hallucination from light head trauma - it wasn't exactly nice trip) - in the alternate timelines, as long as I'm not around, thing go as they're supposed to. If I'm even remotely linked to what happens here - the stuff will get weird.

You already know my Pokemon. I've even got a Deoxys the last week, who acts mostly like someone in-between scared child, who just wants to go home (though I must admit our fault - we've accidentally pulled her into this world, when I, Solaris and Stroheim experimented with Ultra Wormholes and were trying to create a direct breach, removing any need for the entirety of Ultra Ride) and conspiracy nut, who thinks, that we've kidnapped her for the nebulous reasons. She does not resist, though, since she thinks, that, should she do so - we'll use our unimaginably advanced technologies (we took this as a compliment) to unleash equally unimaginable retribution. Also, for what it looks like, she is even somewhat happy, that her theories got "proven right". It's kinda funny to think, that, apparently, if there's sapient life present - there will, eventually, be alien conspiracy theorists, regardless of species. I'll tell you more about her in other response.

I've already told you, how Dialga turned my music player into a time machine. And I'm yet to find out, where the Reverse World Yarr the Porygon Z uploaded his source code (he has managed to completely reverse-engineer himself and remove the DRM, before starting to install self-written mods and addons. I'm not even sure, how to describe, what he looks like now. I think I'm witnessing birth of another member of proud MissingNo. family!), just so I won't have legal troubles.

What the Reverse World am I?

P.S. I'd really like to meet Giratina. Knowing myself, it'll get totally weird!
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Mutitus Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2018  Professional Writer
You are a person in interesting circumstances. Just as I am.
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Zorana-PokemonDragon Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I have ten of these strange pokemon, having found a way to summon them. I also have a similar pokemon which I call 'M.
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Zorana-PokemonDragon Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2018  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Other than that, they tend to be helpful. They gave me duplicates of my master ball. Lots of them.
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Mutitus Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2017  Professional Writer
Oh dear....just be extremely careful around them....
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Zorana-PokemonDragon Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I know... One of them hacked into my computer and messed up my hall of fame files...
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Mutitus Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2017  Professional Writer
Yeah...that's the least of your problems...
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Zorana-PokemonDragon Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2018  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Other than that, they tend to be helpful. They gave me duplicates of my master ball. Lots of them.
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Mutitus Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2018  Professional Writer
I see.....lovely....
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Zorana-PokemonDragon Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2018  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
One of them also enjoys being petted.
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Mutitus Featured By Owner Feb 24, 2018  Professional Writer
....Interesting....
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CS12345678 Featured By Owner Edited Sep 14, 2017
It perhaps does the world good that the 'missing-number' and its kin remain confined within their prisons, unable to escape and wreak untold ecological havoc upon the world which gave it life. However do you suggest the connexion between the mysterious abomination and the recent discovery of the 'Ultra-Beasts' and the creature known to a select few as 'Necrozma'? Some colleagues of mine posit there is a connexion between the 'missing-number' and the 'Ultra-Beasts', claiming they shew similar signals upon the databases, i.e.: they do not register when contained within the capture-unit spheres ('pokeballs' in modern parlance), and attempts to identify them fail, and names seem to suggest only a concealment rather an identification.

It is wrong for the criminal organization known as 'Rocket' and the discredited Gym Leader 'Giovanni' Sakaki to pervert the noble pursuits of science and engineering, and worse for the criminalized military unit known as Cipher to do the same after their fall from their lofty and meritorious goals (The engineering of 'shadow' creatures through brain surgery and starvation and drugs, they were formed to combat them, now they seek its revival), and a fitting punishment awaits them if they be exposed from their civilian identities. Yet, I fear, youth in these days would seek the truth of rumours, and I swear to Arceus (the creator-deity, not the critically-endangered organism) if they ever desire to bring the organism known as the 'missing-number' away from its prison, it would propagate.

(I fear it is already too late, reports of strange glittering creatures unseen by all save the moonstruck have been reported as far as Sinnoh and Kalos. Perhaps these synthetic life-forms either were developed separately, or else the 'missing-number' is indeed free from Cinnabar Island, and travelling with the trainers who foolishly believe it be a genetically-modified organism a la 'Mewtwo' or the urban legend known in common parlance as 'Mewthree', had began to propagate and to feed, and their spreading would only bring ecological calamity. I would never say something as cruel as what I must in regards to the 'missing-number' and its kindred: capture them and cull them. Exterminate them.)
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Mutitus Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2017  Professional Writer
I think it is easy to say from personal experience that the UBs and these mechanical monsters are not related in any sense whatsoever; they are organic creatures just like you and me. Well.....except for Necrozma, but nothing is currently certain about that entity....

For now, though, I don't think you have anything to fear; these entities are all but forgotten these days, and are too volatile to be used as real weapons.
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goomyiscute777 Featured By Owner May 19, 2017  Student General Artist
But how can it learn Water Gun twice? How? HOW?!
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Mutitus Featured By Owner May 26, 2017  Professional Writer
It's a virus. I never said they had to obey the laws of reality as strictly as we do.
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Mechamon-Dex-2208 Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2017
"Team Rocket was attempting to come up with new ways for them to steal Pokémon, and one of the leading projects at the time was a computer program designed to hack into the global PC network and trick the storage units into giving them the Pokémon other trainers had captured without alerting the local authorities" Wasn't it Cipher that came up with this, not Team Rocket?
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Mutitus Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2017  Professional Writer
Nope. Team Rocket started it initially, but with little success; Cipher just perfected the technology and used it for their own purposes.
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PhoenixAlaris Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2017   Artist
I heard eerie rumors that someone tried reviving a dead Charizard with Missingno. years ago.  Do you think that could be true?
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Mutitus Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2017  Professional Writer
I don't know about reanimating a dead one, but I do know of a Glitch Pokemon that bears a resemblance to one.
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PhoenixAlaris Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2017   Artist
Well, I heard about it through this.  I warn you though, it gets morbid halfway into it.  youtu.be/X84GVtUg5LA
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Mutitus Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2017  Professional Writer
Ah, a creepypasta. Nothing to really take seriously, I assure you.
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LunarRibbon Featured By Owner Dec 25, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Do you think Missingno is found near Cinnabar Island, because of all the Mew experimentation in the Pokemon Mansion? Plus, Ditto can also be found there too.
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Mutitus Featured By Owner Dec 25, 2016  Professional Writer
Unfortunately, I am completely against the idea that the three are in any way related as some might posit; Ditto have been around for a long time, longer than people give them credit for.

Mewtwo was the only thing to come from said experimentation; all other test subjects were terminated.
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VitaniAmkova Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2016
Well im absolutely terrified
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Mutitus Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2016  Professional Writer
Yeah, that's a pretty normal response to these entities.
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huskies709 Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2016  Hobbyist
While surfing along Cinnabar's coast, I found what resembled a Missingno. (couldn't tell much after that, my pokemon swam away as fast as it came up upon it) and it duplicated all of my Nuggets. That  was useful.
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Mutitus Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2016  Professional Writer
Yeah...they tend to have strange effects on the world around them...
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huskies709 Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2016  Hobbyist
Yeah. Nugget duplication did turn out useful though... I got lots of Full Restores.
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Mutitus Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2016  Professional Writer
You can exploit them in a lot of ways. :)
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MissingMew Featured By Owner May 7, 2016  Hobbyist Artist
I like it
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Mutitus Featured By Owner May 14, 2016  Professional Writer
Well, I'm glad to hear that.
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scourge728 Featured By Owner May 3, 2016  Hobbyist Artist
I caught a missingno once.... it actually managed to display words on an old machine I had brought for testing the missingno....
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Mutitus Featured By Owner May 7, 2016  Professional Writer
I see......and what were those words?
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scourge728 Featured By Owner May 9, 2016  Hobbyist Artist
at first it was just random characters but then it said "hello it is great to finally be able to communicate with someone you have no idea how annoying it is to not be able to do the one thing you were made to do and interact with machines because progress went so far i hated it so much" Needless to say I was shocked
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Mutitus Featured By Owner May 14, 2016  Professional Writer
It also seems that it lacks the ability to create punctuation. Not uncommon for untrained AI.

But please, go on.
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scourge728 Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2016  Hobbyist Artist
(Yeah I don't go on here all that much XD)

I DID eventually teach it punctuation and I may or may not be working on upgrading it to work with newer machines and may or may not also have gotten it to give me it's code through a rather complex event.... it is fascinating to work and talk with, not the BEST at battles though, that zero defense stat isn't exactly good for taking hits, I have also managed to teach it a few interesting moves and am now in the process of  obtaining porygons for more experiments
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Mutitus Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2016  Professional Writer
I see....well, I certainly look forward to hearing more about your experimentation with the entity.
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scourge728 Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2016  Hobbyist Artist
I have made a major breakthrough.
As it turns out Missingno. do not communicate in a way like... anything we have discovered before.. they communicate mind to mind but beyond words or pictures or anything of the sort.. there are no words in any language that describe it correctly but the closest I have found is that they communicate meaning, intent, what they thought, felt, saw, heard.... experienced about something, they give eachover what they meant for them to get out of it, miscommunications or improper descriptions cannot happen with this system.... things a human cannot even imagine feeling or experiencing can be given to them.... normally a human cannot use this form but as it turns out if the human is willing the Missingno. can give them the ability to use it... it was incredibly painful but so worth it. I know what it feels like to be a physical computer virus, I can imagine seeing from every inch of my body (this is how they see as a result sneaking up on them is impossible)y- our ways of speaking are vastly inferior to o- theirs and w- they know it... I need to continue research into these amazing beings
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Mutitus Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2016  Professional Writer
Agreed. I highly look forward to reading your findings once you officially publish them. Send me a link once your study is completed.
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ComannderrX Featured By Owner Edited Mar 16, 2016
i caught one of these recently. it inexplicably morphed into a rhydon of all things. odd isnt it?

but on the other hand, i now have a level 135 rhydon (along with a level 144 blastoise, and legit missingno) that apparently listens to me despite the fact i only have five badges :iconlikeabossmemeplz:
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Mutitus Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2016  Professional Writer
.......Yeah, I would be careful with that thing if I were you....
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ComannderrX Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2016
agreed
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MisterVertality Featured By Owner Edited Oct 17, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
I enjoyed the hell out of this. Was really stimulating for my imagination. I'm left wondering now, how and if I could implement missingno into my story because of this. Very well written too, though in my opinion, some of the paragraphs could be split up, but still a good read :) You've just earned a watch :D
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Mutitus Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2015  Professional Writer
Thank you very much; that is quite kind of you. :)
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LittleKunai Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2015
Well written
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Mutitus Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2015  Professional Writer
Thank you; I'm glad that you enjoyed it.
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DoomRoomZoom Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2015
Here I thought we left this glitch nightmare in Gen 1, but people claimed to have recent sighting's in in Kalos, specifically Lumiose City!!
If you stand at just the right angle in front one the shops entrances there, you can see a "silhouette" of the virus floating there, just floating.... Scared 

I'm completely convinced that this is the reason for the infamous "Lumiose save glitch", with Gen 1 long over with we thought we had seen the last of this floating disaster of a glitch....but think this just the beginning.Scared   
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VitaniAmkova Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2016
*realizes he has one too many Oran Berries* Oh...
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Mutitus Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2015  Professional Writer
Some have suggested that it is only a graphics glitch...

Yet the shape is so iconic...

I think you are right. Missingno. and its brethren do live.
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DoomRoomZoom Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2015
It will comeback. Applebloom (fear) plz 
It always does. Lovely Shoujo (Aaaaah Nooo) [V3] 
We have a place for it. Artimist- Scared / Stuttering/ scary 
MissingNo: REEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!
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