’M, the Glitch Pokémon, is one of the many remnants from the beta testings of the games Pokémon Red and Blue. This Pokémon is most notable by its vague resemblance to a backwards ‘L’ and is one of the most malicious glitch Pokémon ever found in any game to date. Its most famous crime in-game is probably how it ruins your PC storage system. 'M is commonly mistaken for missingno. 'M is available in gen 4 series by using the Pokémon modifier and putting 0 as the Pokémon's Pokédex number.
Red & Blue
‘M is obtained after activating the Coffee Man Glitch and surfing up and down the east coast of Cinnabar Island. It appears rarely for reasons unknown, but it usually appears in two varieties, level 0 and level 80.
‘M is completely unobtainable in Pokémon Yellow, but it seems to have an ‘alternate form’. This is caused by unexplainable reasons, but when an ‘M is traded to Yellow it retains the name ‘M as a nickname but the species is changed to 3TrainerPoké, a version similar to ‘M in multiple ways but in shades of yellow as opposed to the purple shades of ‘M.
|--||Water Gun||40||100%||25||Water||No added effect .|
|--||Water Gun||40||100%||25||Water||No added effect|
|--||Sky Attack||140||90%||5||Flying||Flies up one turn, attacks the next.|
|TM01||Mega Punch||80||85%||20||Normal||No added effect.|
|TM02||Razor Wind||80||100%||10||Normal||Charges first turn, attacks the second.||--|
|TM03||Swords Dance||--||--||30||Normal||Sharply raises Atk.|
|TM05||Mega Kick||80||85||20||Normal||Blocks attack, but may fail if used in succession.|
|TM06||Toxic||--||85%||10||Poison||Badly poisons foe.|
|TM09||Take Down||90||85%||20||Normal||Hits with recoil.|
|TM10||Double-Edge||120||100%||15||Normal||Hits with recoil.||--|
|TM11||Bubblebeam||80||100%||20||Water||May lower foe’s Speed.|
|TM13||Ice Beam||95||100%||10||Ice||May Freeze foe.|
|TM14||Blizzard||120||70%||5||Ice||May Freeze foe.|
|TM17||Submission||80||80||25||Fighting||Hits with recoil.|
|TM19||Seismic Toss||--||100%||20||Fighting||User inflicts damage equal to its level.|
|TM20||Rage||20||100%||20||Normal||Atk raises every time the opponent hits the user.|
|TM25||Thunder||120||70%||10||Electric||Accuracy becomes 100% in rain. May paralyze foe.|
|TM26||Earthquake||100||100%||10||Ground||Does not affect Flying types.|
|TM27||Fissure||--||30%||5||Ground||Causes a one hit KO.|
|TM29||Psychic||90||100%||10||Psychic||May lower foe’s SpD.|
|TM30||Teleport||--||--||20||Psychic||Used to flee from battle. Can return you to the last Pokémon center visited.|
|TM43||Sky Attack||140||90%||5||Flying||Flies up the first turn, attacks the second.|
|TM44||Rest||--||--||10||Normal||User self-induces Sleep for 2 turns to make a full recovery.|
|TM45||Thunder Wave||--||100%||20||Electric||Paralyzes foe.|
|TM49||Tri Attack||80||100%||10||Normal||May burn, paralyze, or freeze foe.|
|HM01||Cut||50||95%||30||Normal||Cuts small trees in the field.|
|HM02||Fly||70||95%||15||Normal||Flies up one turn, attacks the next. Flies you to visited towns in the field.|
- Note: All TMs/HMs are based off of the Red/Blue List.
For more info on ‘M, head to TR Rose’s Glitch Dex