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What kind of glitch move are you talking about
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@Waluigi There are only 2 or 3 glitch moves in games where sketch exists, so it shouldn't be too difficult to test all of them.
Not a complete answer, but in Emerald, at least (and probably other Gen 3 games), it's possible to create several thousand glitch moves by corrupting a Pokemon. As far as I'm aware, it is possible for Smeargle to sketch all of them. However, while the game can successfully execute a glitch move, attempting to select any of them in the battle menu will crash the game. The only way to actually Sketch one of these moves is for a wild Ditto to transform into a corrupted Pokemon with a glitch move, then have the opponent use the move while switching to your Smeargle to sketch it.
Source: experience
If smeragle sketches 'any' glitch move in some way, it will execute the move but your game will crash immediately.
Source: I read somewhere, I don't remember really. But read it for sure.
Hope I helped!
I know this should be a obvious answer, but we always need proof in DB net
How is it obvious that any glitch move makes the game crash? There are many glitch moves that don't make the game crash when used without sketch. https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/TMTRAINER_effect
@Blaziken Do you want me to put your question back on the unanswered list?
This answer is only obvious if you think glitches are inherently unstable, which is definitely not true for every glitch or glitch move.
"I read it somewhere" isn't very reassuring that this answer is accurate, either. It's much better to specify exactly what the source is.
Okay sure this'll be a comment now

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