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1.Go to a Pokémon Center. There are Pokémon Centers in towns and on some of the routes and there are computers in the Pokémon Center. Approach the computer to deposit or retrieve the Pokémon you want to clone. Be sure that there are at least two empty boxes in the computer storage system.
2.Switch to an empty box. When you have the Pokémon you want to clone in your party, go to the computer storage system and choose to switch to the empty box. When it asks if you want to save, choose yes. Do not turn off the power to the Game Boy.
3.Put the Pokémon to be cloned in the empty box. Choose to change to another empty box and when it asks if you want to save, pick yes. A message will come up at the bottom of the screen telling you that the game is being saved and to not turn off the power. When the complete message appears, turn off the Game Boy. Turn the Game Boy back on and check to see if the Pokémon is in Bill's PC and your party. If the glitch worked, the Pokémon should be in both places. If it messes up, just release the Pokémon and try again. You may need to practice to get this to work.

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Oh, yes! I did this on my actual game cartridge a long time ago! It's a great and fun glitch to play around with. The only problem with it is, your Pokemon will have a different O.T. address. So if you level them too much, they won't listen to you.
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