Easiest Shiny Pokemon in Every Game

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Easiest Shiny Pokemon in Every Game


– Greetings Pokefans! Michael here and
the recent event in Pokémon Sword and Shield where Magikarp Raids were
spawning all over the place with a dramatically increased
chance of being Shiny, got me thinking about Shiny
Pokémon that are easy to get. So, I thought it would
be fun to go through every single main series
Pokémon game and figure out what the easiest Shiny Pokémon
to find are in all of them. The only real disclaimer I
have is that event distribution Shiny Pokémon like the
Shiny Zygarde you can get from an event, don’t count. You’re not finding those
Shiny Pokémon in game you’re being given
them via the internet. So, don’t forget to
subscribe to my channel so I can hit that big one
million sub-milestone soon and lets get started
with Generation I. The games being Red,
Blue and Yellow. Now I know what a lot
of you are thinking, how can there be an easiest
Shiny Pokémon in Generation I, when Shiny Pokémon didn’t
exist until Generation II. Well, first off, it is
possible for a Pokémon captured in a Generation I
game to become Shiny when it’s transferred to
a later generation game. Back then Shininess was
determined by the Pokémon’s IVs. So, if a Pokémon found
in Generation I happens to have the right IVs, it would then turn
Shiny when transferred to a game that could
display that Shininess. This is true in both
the original versions of the Gen 1 games
where they can be traded to a Gen 2 game, and in the virtual console
version of the Gen 1 games where the Pokémon can then be
transferred to Pokémon Bank. So, we’ve established that
Shiny Pokémon can technically be found in Gen 1. However, there’s not
really any of them that are particularly
easy to get. The odds are about one
in 8192 across the board and there’s no methods
to increase that. In fact there’s
actually some locations like caves for example where
the IVs that you can find the Pokémon with
are predetermined, meaning they can never be Shiny. However, there is actually
a sort of glitch method that can give you
a guaranteed Shiny in the Generation I games. But there’s two catches
that go along with it, the first is that you already
have to have a Pokémon you know to be Shiny
in a Generation I game. And the other is that the only
Pokémon you can make Shiny via this method is Ditto. The method is kind of quirky. First off as I said, you need a Shiny
Pokémon in a Gen 1 game that you know to
be Shiny already, meaning it has the correct IVs. The easiest way to get this
is by trading the red Gyarados from a Gen 2 game
into a Gen 1 game. Once it’s in the Gen 1
game you teach it Mimic via the use of a TM. You then enter a wild
battle with a Ditto and use Mimic first therefore teaching
your Gyarados Transform for the duration of that battle. But Ditto will then transform
into your Shiny Gyarados, then all you have
to do is wait until the Ditto uses Transform
for a second time, which it knows because
your Gyarados used Mimic before the Ditto
transformed the first time. Because of a quirk in
the coding of the game when the Ditto transforms
for a second time, it not only copies
the appearance and
stats and movesets of the Gyarados but it
also permanently copies the Gyarados’s IVs or DVs as
they were called in Gen 1. Therefore when you catch it, it has the necessary IVs
to activate Shininess. So, when you transfer
it back to a Gen 2 game it will be a Shiny Ditto. So, it’s a convoluted and
kind of difficult method to execute that requires
two devices and two games, but it is still possible and a
relatively easy Shiny Pokémon to get compared
to just full odds in the rest of the game
and then having to transfer those Pokémon to another
game to figure out if they’re Shiny. So, therefore the easiest Shiny
Pokémon in the Gen 1 games is the double transform Ditto. Now on to Generation II and as many of you
probably anticipated, the easiest Shiny
Pokémon to find is the red Gyarados. It’s the first ever
guaranteed Shiny Pokémon, and you are actually required
to battle it to progress in the story in all three
Generation II games. It doesn’t get easier
to find than that. Now I know that some of you
think that the red Gyarados shouldn’t count because
it’s guaranteed. I personally think
it should count which is why it is the
entry for this generation. But to appease those of you
who think it should not count, I’ll go over the easiest
Shiny Pokémon in Gen 2 that are not guaranteed. In Gold and Silver versions,
the easiest Shiny Pokémon to find that are not
the red Gyarados, are babies bred
from a Shiny parent. Since Shininess is
determined by IVs and parents can pass their
IVs down to their offspring, the babies end up with a much
higher chance of being Shiny that works out to
be about one in 64. If your red Gyarados is male, you can create
Shiny breeding trees to get higher odds Shiny Pokémon for almost 200
different species. The Pokémon that can
in no way connect to Gyarados’s egg groups
are those in the Mineral, Amorphous and
Undiscovered groups, plus the Pokémon
that are always male because you can’t breed them, since breeding anything with
a Ditto didn’t exist yet. Now this is true in
Crystal version as well, but they’re not the
easiest Shiny Pokémon that are not red Gyarados in that game because of
an even easier method, the odd egg. It’s a gift egg that you
receive that will hatch into one of seven
different baby Pokémon, all of which have a
substantially increased chance to be Shiny. In the Japanese version
of the game you have an astounding 50% chance
of hatching a Shiny Pokémon from the odd egg. In the international
versions the chances dropped to only 14% but that’s
still really high, about one in seven. That chance is
not evenly divided among all possible
hatched Pokémon though. So, in the end the Shiny Pokémon
you are most likely to get on any given hatch are
Shiny Igglybuff and Cleffa, which have a 3% chance each
of hatching from the odd egg. All right so that
wraps up Generation II. I still think red
Gyarados counts as the easiest Shiny Pokémon but I’ve covered
the other bases too to appease hopefully
more of you. Now on to then
Generation III games and in all five of them, there really aren’t any
Shiny Pokémon that are easier to find than just the
blanket full odds. There’s no methods
to increase your odds and there’s no
guaranteed Shiny Pokémon, so the easiest and also
hardest Shiny Pokémon to find in the Gen
3 are all of them. Although I should note there
are two small exceptions. The first is that there are
some guaranteed Shiny Pokémon in Trainer Tower in
FireRed and LeafGreen but they’re trainer’s Pokémon, so you can’t catch them. So, those don’t count. The second exception also
occurs on Seven Island within FireRed and LeafGreen and it has to do with Unown. But dear God, it’s complicated. The very simplified summary
is that the Shiny odds and the Unown forms
are both determined by their personality values which is a complicated
secret data point. As a result of
this, the Shiny odds for different Unown
forms vary wildly and they’re also not
consistent between games because they are also impacted by the trainer ID and secret ID. In short, different Unown
forms have different Shiny odds in different games that can get
as good as about one in 5000 or as bad as about
one in 18,000. So, it is super complicated and also super inconsistent. So therefore, I don’t think
they should count as any easier than just the blanket
full odds Pokémon. Now onto Generation IV. First I’ll cover the easy one. The red Gyarados in
HeartGold and SoulSilver. It makes its return in
a very similar fashion to its first appearance, a guaranteed Shiny that
you have to battle. Like was the case
in Generation II, it doesn’t get easier than that. Meanwhile, Diamond,
Pearl, and Platinum do not have any
guaranteed Shiny Pokémon but they did
introduce two methods that can make it easier
to find Shiny Pokémon. Only one of these methods is
in HeartGold and SoulSilver but since those games
have red Gyarados, the red long boy
wins on those games. The first is one that many
of you have probably heard of and have probably even
used it at some point, that being the Masuda method. If two parents in the
daycare originates from two different
language games, their offspring have a
dramatically increased chance of being Shiny. In the Generation IV games, the Masuda method odds
are about one in 1683. If you don’t think the
red Gyarados should count as the easiest Shiny Pokémon
in HeartGold and SoulSilver, then Masuda method
Pokémon are the easiest in those games. However, the Sinnoh games
have a second method that HeartGold and
SoulSilver do not, that being the PokéRadar. This method requires a
bit of skill and practice but if you are able
to get a 40 chain, each shaking grass patch has
Shiny odds of about one in 200. Since you can see a maximum of four grass patches
shaking at one time, this results in an effective
rate of about one in 50. Therefore, PokéRadar Shiny
Pokémon are the easiest to get in Diamond,
Pearl, and Platinum because odds of about
one in 50 are way better than the Gen 4
Masuda method odds. Also before I move on
from Generation IV, I should acknowledged
that there is a glitch that has to do with
using Cute Charm that can result in dramatically
increased Shiny odds of like one in three
or something like that. However, it can only be done for certain trainer
IDs and secret IDs, so if you start your game
and you don’t have those IDs, then you can’t do the method. So, I didn’t think
that should count because it doesn’t apply
to every single save file. Now onto Generation V,
starting with Black and White, games which do not have any
guaranteed Shiny Pokémon. The only method of
increasing Shiny odds in Black and White
is the Masuda method which returns from Gen 4. In fact, it actually
had its odds boosted of from about one in 1600 to about one in 1365. However, Gen 5 also
introduced the Shiny Charm, which you can get if you
complete the National Pokédex, no small feat, and that
boost the Shiny odds from Masuda method even more, increasing them to
about one in 1024. So, while it’s difficult
to get the Shiny Charm, it does make the Shiny
Pokémon easier to find, so, therefore, the easiest
Shiny Pokémon in Black and White are Shiny Charm
Masuda method Pokémon. Black 2 and White
2 would be the same but these games featured
guaranteed Shiny Pokémon. In both games, you can
get a Shiny Haxorus in the Nature Preserve, which you can access once
you’ve seen every Pokémon in the Unova Pokédex. In Black 2 you can get a
Shiny Gible as a reward for beating Benga
in Black Tower, and then White 2 you
can get a Shiny Dratini for beating him in
White Treehollow. Of course, if you don’t think guaranteed Shiny
Pokémon should count, then Masuda method
is the easiest one in Black 2 and White 2 as well. Now moving on to Generation VI, which boosted Shiny odds across
the board for all Pokémon from one in 8192 to one in 4096. So, all Shiny Pokémon
got easier to find but there were still methods that made Shiny Pokémon
much easier to find. First in X and Y,
the PokéRadar returns but we don’t have
as clear of data on it as we do for
the Gen 4 version and there are multiple variables
that make things different. While it can result in
easier Shiny Pokémon, I can’t count it as the easiest because we don’t
have the specifics. The Friend Safari
has increased odds, having about one in
819 without Shiny Charm and one in 585 with it. The Masuda method is still
better than that though because of the boost
to the full odds, the Masuda method odds were
increased to one in 683 and with the Shiny Charm, they go all the way
up to one in 512. But none of these
methods can hold a candle to chain fishing. As you reel in more and more
of the same species in a row, your Shiny odds
increase with each bite. Those odds cap at a chain of 20, giving you a Shiny
rate of about 1%. That is an excellent Shiny rate, that is so good that
getting the Shiny Charm only increases the odds from
about one in 100 to one in 95. So chain fishing Pokémon are by far the easiest Shiny
Pokémon in X and Y. In OmegaRuby and AlphaSapphire, instead of the PokéRadar, they have the DexNav which
can boost Shiny odds, but it’s complicated. If one of you can
understand this paragraph, that’s great, but basically
all I can gather is that as you get to search levels
in these several hundreds, you are increasing your odds
by 0.01% every 100 or so. Also apparently it’ll randomly
give you way better odds at random points in the middle? It’s a mess that I
barely understand but even so it’s
still clear to me that it would take
you a really long time to get to Shiny odds of 1% where with chain fishing, you can get there in only 20. So, chain fishing Pokémon
are the easiest Shiny Pokémon in OmegaRuby and
AlphaSapphire as well. Therefore, being the
easiest in all of Gen 6. Now onto Generation VII
starting with Sun and Moon. Masuda method does make a return with the same odds
as Generation VI, but there’s another method that has even easier
Shiny Pokémon, that being SOS battles. Once you’ve had 31
successful SOS calls, your Shiny odds are
about one in 315 without the Shiny Charm
and one in 273 with it. The chain number resets
when you hit 255, but you can get it back
to a full 31 chain at 286. Therefore, the
easiest Shiny Pokémon in Sun and Moon are
SOS-called Pokémon. In Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, the SOS battling
method still exists and is actually a bit better since it doesn’t reset
your chain at 255. However, there is
another new method that makes Shiny Pokémon
even easier to find by a lot, that being the Ultra Warp Ride. Depending on how far you fly, the number of rings of
the wormhole you enter, and whether or not you’ve
caught the legendaries, you can get fantastic Shiny
odds for the non-legendary and non-Ultra Beast Pokémon. Max level wormholes are
guaranteed to give legends, but if you’ve
caught all of them, those flower-shaped
wormholes can give you a Shiny rate of up to 36%, which is ridiculous. The Shiny Charm does
not impact these odds. Ultra Warp Ride Shiny
Pokémon are so easy to get that it didn’t take me very long to get at least one
of all 20 species. So, if you’ve never
ran a Shiny Pokémon and you want one to get one, just do the Ultra
Warp Ride a few times. You’re gonna get one. And finally for Gen 7, Let’s Go Pikachu
and Let’s Go Eevee. Since these games
don’t feature breeding, there is no Masuda method, so the only method of
increasing your Shiny chances is the Catch Combo method. This is the table of
the various chances, which as you can see
max out at one in 273. Therefore the easiest Shiny
Pokémon are catch combo Pokémon. And finally is Gen 8, where the easiest Shiny Pokémon for the duration of
the New Year’s event were Shiny Magikarp. Every time an event
raid den spawned, it had an 8% chance of bringing
up a Shiny Magikarp raid, which was great! I ended up with seven of them. But now that the event is over, the easiest Shiny
Pokémon instead are Masuda method-bred Pokémon
which have the same odds as they’ve had since Gen 6. The number-battled
method is still bugged at the time of
recording this video, so it gives you worst
effective on Masuda method but even if it wasn’t bugged, it would still give
you about the same odds as the Masuda method
at the highest level. So, Masuda method
Pokémon are the easiest in Sword and Shield right now. So to recap, the
easiest Shiny Pokémon in every main series game are: the double-Transform
Ditto in Gen 1, the red Gyarados in Gen 2, any of them in Gen 3, PokéRadar Pokémon in
Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum, the red Gyarados in
HeartGold and SoulSilver, Masuda method bred Pokémon
in Black and White, the Shiny Gible in Black 2, the Shiny Dratini in White 2, and the Nature Preserve
Shiny Haxorus in both, chain fished Pokémon in Gen 6, SOS Pokémon in Sun and Moon, Ultra Warp Ride Pokémon in
Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, Catch combo’d
Pokémon in Let’s Go, and a Magikarp for a bit but now a Masuda method
Pokémon in Sword and Shield. Thank you so much for watching and an extra special thanks
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100 Comments

Pritom Kaneria · January 7, 2020 at 8:31 pm

you just explained so beautifully….thank you dude

Guido Cavacini · January 7, 2020 at 8:31 pm

I got a random shiny Zubat in Leaf Green and it was 1 in 8192

1kurohitsugi · January 7, 2020 at 8:34 pm

Whats the encounter bug in SwSh?

RetuneRemixer · January 7, 2020 at 8:34 pm

Thought you weren't gonna bring up the Cute Charm glitch, and to be honest I wouldn't count it as making it easier, simply just because it can take months to years to set it up properly, at least legitimately

Aarjun Patel · January 7, 2020 at 8:34 pm

Are his lips out of sync dor anyone else

Lizard WIZARD · January 7, 2020 at 8:34 pm

I only ever had a shiny raticate in fire red and shiny swadloon in white 2

Kirby the god baby · January 7, 2020 at 8:36 pm

In dppt theres a cute charm methond

Fred Dinks The Regal · January 7, 2020 at 8:36 pm

I got shiny magikarp before it was rarer where I got it while going to the 4th gym

Aleksa Radakovic · January 7, 2020 at 8:37 pm

Merry Christmas everybody

Soniult · January 7, 2020 at 8:40 pm

It's still not guaranteed to CATCH shiny Gyrados. You can easily encounter. But catching it isn't as easy.

DDext _ · January 7, 2020 at 8:40 pm

I have white 2 so glad I don’t end up with bland Garchomp and green is my favorite so dragonite for the win

Jade Muse · January 7, 2020 at 8:41 pm

The method in ORAS is as follows:
By this unique method and in theory, you could reach a 100% shiny odds

– In a hidden encounter, the game rolls once to see if the pokemon will be shiny. It starts at 0% but will raise the odds for each time aka the Search Level, surpassing standards odds at Level 41, and becoming 0.08% at Level 200.
– From there, every new Search roll will increacs the odds by 0.01% every 100 Levels.
– Throughout this time, the game has chances to roll extra times, thereby speeding up the % gains.
• At any point in the process, there is a 4% chance that a search will roll 4 extra times aka 4 Levels for that one encounter.
• If a user has the Shiny Charm, every roll gains 2 extra rolls meaning each encounter is worth 3 Levels.
• If a user is in a chain, then the game will roll 5x on the 50th encounter and 10x on the 100th encounter.
– This essentially means that Search Levels and therefore shiny rates for hidden pokemon will continually rise throughout the entire period of the game, sped up by the use of chaining and shiny charms.
– By this unique method and in theory, you could reach a 100% shiny odds for hidden pokemon by reaching a culminative Search Level of 10,192 encounters. If anyone is truly dedicated that is.

Patricia Gill · January 7, 2020 at 8:41 pm

I managed to trade an unbeknownst-to-me shiny Butterfree from gen 1 to Gold. That may have in fact been my first shiny (if I recall correctly, found a shiny Zubat and Unknown in Gold)

TrueMessedMind · January 7, 2020 at 8:43 pm

I got a shiny Sawk using the mesuda metod in Sword

Karen Bonds · January 7, 2020 at 8:43 pm

During my playthrough of Pokemon X, I was in the desert area trying to get though the Power Plant area, but when I was about to head into the place those mounds of dirt popped up and started a wild encounter. I was about to play Whackamole with my Chesnaught's Wood Hammer if it was another Arena Trap Dugtrio, but then I heard the "Gib!", a glint of blue, and a telltale sparkling effect, and I encountered my first ever Shiny: A male Gible, Adamant Nature. Soron was a permanent member of my team since that day, and I crushed the Power Plant and Lumoise Gym with him. So, people who took the time to read this comment, what's your first Shiny Story?

joe Schof · January 7, 2020 at 8:44 pm

So you can do the ridiculous gen 1 shiny ditto trick in gen 1, transfer it to gen 2, and because shineyness is based on IV’s you can use it to breed more shines

Owi Game · January 7, 2020 at 8:44 pm

Tbh I NEVER encountered a shiny🤣

Adam Jones · January 7, 2020 at 8:45 pm

What about Horde Encounters in Gen 6?

Caelen Li · January 7, 2020 at 8:45 pm

I just saw galar pokemon plushies on his shelf

Beta Hit · January 7, 2020 at 8:45 pm

Dang, raccoon man isn’t as buff anymore

Fallen legend · January 7, 2020 at 8:45 pm

In Pokemon Black 2 doesn’t roggenrola have increase chances to be shiny?

Caleb Wendel · January 7, 2020 at 8:45 pm

Does anyone else agree it looked like he was lip syncing?

Brian Kindrew · January 7, 2020 at 8:47 pm

Aren't there only three gen 2 games

Pug Playz · January 7, 2020 at 8:47 pm

Hi

Astra · January 7, 2020 at 8:47 pm

Welllll u could find shiny zaygrade in game stop last year
p.s sorry I spelt zaygrade

big daddy buden · January 7, 2020 at 8:47 pm

He kinda cute doe 😳

Erin Cooper · January 7, 2020 at 8:47 pm

THANKS MICHAEL!!! I NEED MORE SHINYS

Lewis Ascott · January 7, 2020 at 8:47 pm

My first was a magikarp in sun and moon. Went fishing for feebas and got that instead lol

ShadowAce · January 7, 2020 at 8:49 pm

YOU HAVE GREAT VIDEOS

Azure Shadowcast · January 7, 2020 at 8:50 pm

My shinies (excluding wormhole shinies):
Swablu
Vi- not talking about it
Spinda
Wurmple
Reshiram
Regirock
Rockruff
Hoopa
Azelf
Magikarp

Superior Bricks · January 7, 2020 at 8:50 pm

I caught a shiny Drednaw when I was fishing in the wild area

William Tanner · January 7, 2020 at 8:50 pm

7 shiny magikarp
Very impressive but

I have 8

Mikey Cardwell · January 7, 2020 at 8:51 pm

I hold a grudge against the event because it made me think that there was an event where the shiny odds were increased for all Pokémon, so I fled a shiny sneasel knowing that I would O-Ko it and I thought that there would be plenty more.

Zephaniah Amin · January 7, 2020 at 8:51 pm

Why is Jubilee not uploading more videos?

jessethreebird tworock · January 7, 2020 at 8:52 pm

I watched your videos years ago with different generations and I'm glad you're still producing videos. You don't speak obnoxiously fast like a lot of other youtubers and you always manage to explain things thoroughly but still in a succinct way if that makes any sense. Just subbed, good luck reaching one million.

Rowlet The grass owl · January 7, 2020 at 8:52 pm

The only shiny that i encounter is shiny graveler 10 years ago and he killed him self in soul silver

King Toad · January 7, 2020 at 8:52 pm

To Exeggcute really Micheal really

ZippedFluff · January 7, 2020 at 8:57 pm

“Magikarp raids spawning allover the place.”

I kept getting gigantamax raids instead and took me forever to just find magikarps in general :’)

Creative Soul · January 7, 2020 at 8:57 pm

in USUM somehow i found a full odds random shiny roggenrola

Crim Zen · January 7, 2020 at 8:58 pm

The easiest shiny in emerald, for me, was smeargal. You can easily chain them in the cave on the battle isle. I've found 6, back when I used to play emerald a lot. Also, gen 4 did have the cute charm method for HG/ SS, D/P/PL which made shines appear like crazy (like 1/8 crazy.) I have cute charge on SS and D and I can 100% confirm that that is the easiest way to get a shiny in that generation.

number 11 · January 7, 2020 at 9:00 pm

My first random shiny was a zigzagoon in ruby sapphire

H3artlesspath · January 7, 2020 at 9:01 pm

20200 viewer

Harley Trujillo · January 7, 2020 at 9:01 pm

The first shiny I ever encountered was a random encounter Butterfree in Omega Ruby I accidentally killed it the second shiny Pokemon I actually encountered was a shiny medicham in ultra sun I caught this one same story for Butterfree except this time I caught it and in Pokemon shield same story as medicham wasn't even looking for it but I found one a shiny rookidee

Gacha Maker · January 7, 2020 at 9:02 pm

I got a shiny magikarp from the event, but I didnt know it was an event, so I was a little confused and happy

Toxtricity nin10do · January 7, 2020 at 9:03 pm

I just want to say that this is an amazing channel, and I love this channel.

If anyone sees this, consider subscribing to my channel

Unevolved Reaper · January 7, 2020 at 9:04 pm

Man Michael, I thank you so much you always make me laugh so thank you

Gavin Hutton · January 7, 2020 at 9:05 pm

16:40 omg he got a ultra shiny

Millennium Pond · January 7, 2020 at 9:07 pm

Me: breathes
Michael: well actually

Nicolás Solano · January 7, 2020 at 9:07 pm

I have now a Shiny Gyrados

Carson Oates · January 7, 2020 at 9:14 pm

The amazing world of the internet

YoBoi Nebby · January 7, 2020 at 9:15 pm

The Magikarp event is what gave me my first shiny ever, I was both happy because I found a shiny but also dissapointed because it was magikarp.

Chips _Ahoy · January 7, 2020 at 9:16 pm

I got a shiny weedle in let’s go in 70 tries

Jamie Junk · January 7, 2020 at 9:16 pm

I'm pretty sure that the friend safari has a base shiny chance of 1/512 with or without the shiny charm.

Ivan Hairnandez · January 7, 2020 at 9:17 pm

After 20 + years of playing every Pokémon gen and never running I into a shiny in the wild I finally did in the worm hole and it was a shiny medicham so when I saw it in your thumbnail TRIGGERED

Frosted Coffee · January 7, 2020 at 9:18 pm

I late?
I LATE?!!?!

Harvey Malthouse · January 7, 2020 at 9:18 pm

Pls like

Robbie Hall · January 7, 2020 at 9:20 pm

Sound seems a little bit off on this one. It’s still a great video, just wanted to let you know that when you speak vs. when you hear the words seems just so slightly off. Noticed it more in the second half of the video.

Max Greineder · January 7, 2020 at 9:21 pm

You just gave me the best birthday gift of all, uploading (today is my B-Day)

Eskamoo00 · January 7, 2020 at 9:21 pm

He doesn’t credit the people’s gameplay

CHNKY · January 7, 2020 at 9:22 pm

Please please please use a different song

The Alex & lily show Lily · January 7, 2020 at 9:22 pm

I still have a shiny bagon from SOS battles, and a shiny crustle from ultra wormholes

Jacob Golembiewski · January 7, 2020 at 9:22 pm

The Red Gyarados should count

Chinh Vu · January 7, 2020 at 9:23 pm

You’re eating swiggy pants

Daniel Bezzina · January 7, 2020 at 9:24 pm

I like the new drednaw plush can he be the next Pokemon talk guest?

PJ · January 7, 2020 at 9:24 pm

I'm pretty sure in Ruby and Sapphire the colosseum bonus disc Jirachi is 1/7000 odds or something like that but I'm not entirely sure.

Arshaan Husain · January 7, 2020 at 9:24 pm

I have a question about generation 2, if the odds of being shiny are created by the same IVs then can’t you just breed another Pokémon until you get the same IVs then just doing this with any female Pokémon and their offsprings will always be shiny? Isn’t that possible?

Synfulッ · January 7, 2020 at 9:24 pm

Pp

Joaquin Cota Levin · January 7, 2020 at 9:25 pm

In sw/sh I got a shiny ralts in 4 eggs! I was so surprised

Poke Shack · January 7, 2020 at 9:25 pm

Anyone else see Drednaw plus in the background. Now we know the next guest.

Catfight Animations · January 7, 2020 at 9:27 pm

Castform is tied for the most common shiny in gen 3!

The Alex & lily show Lily · January 7, 2020 at 9:27 pm

My friend also got 47 shiny magikarp

Dezzebot wahe · January 7, 2020 at 9:29 pm

Gen 6 also had horde battles

Virasman · January 7, 2020 at 9:29 pm

Imagine the Ruins of Alph mystery can only be revealed by capturing all SHINY Unown letters

Quicksmith Genius · January 7, 2020 at 9:30 pm

Only took me 1 weekend to get a shiny ralts via dexnav. Tough to get the hang of but very fun.

WindowStudios45 · January 7, 2020 at 9:34 pm

7:10 Yes you can. The pomeg berry glitch

Congle 4 life 3076 · January 7, 2020 at 9:34 pm

I see wooloo and Drednaw plush:3

Tomi :D · January 7, 2020 at 9:35 pm

My luckiest shiny story was in AS I got 2 shinys in 5 encounters (Sableye and Makuhita) as I was completing my Pokedex

Political Dood · January 7, 2020 at 9:35 pm

Mandjtv: spends hours for one shiny. Six year old: get shiny in 30 seconds for a motion control temple run ripoff in ultra sun and ultra moon.

jehoshua fatarao · January 7, 2020 at 9:39 pm

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Maryam Siddiqi · January 7, 2020 at 9:39 pm

I just want to say that…When is Bulbasaur and Sqirtle inviting ESPEON to Pokemon Talk?

Skotìa · January 7, 2020 at 9:41 pm

There's a glitch in gen 3 that allows to catch a Trainer's Pokémon. Pretty convenient, huh?

Lauren Gerbitz · January 7, 2020 at 9:41 pm

Shiny Magikarp be like:

N O T I C E ME

Dj inz Croitoriu · January 7, 2020 at 9:43 pm

You're eating swiggy pant's Michael here

Draix Mitchell · January 7, 2020 at 9:43 pm

I actually used the odd egg to get a shiny Magby on the virtual console version of crystal, it only took about 7 hatches I think, but because abilities weren’t a thing it took about an hour, totally worth it though

Tanzil Chowdhury · January 7, 2020 at 9:45 pm

498th to comment

Ultra-rare · January 7, 2020 at 9:45 pm

While I was Sos calling for a politoad I got a shiny poliwhirl

Lunaraxrabbit · January 7, 2020 at 9:48 pm

I got shiny Elekid in my odd egg for crystal

Ur.bro13 Allen · January 7, 2020 at 9:48 pm

In gen 1 the legends can be shiny if they have the correct stats

Anke Baeck · January 7, 2020 at 9:49 pm

I wouldn't really count the Ditto glitch as Gen I, since you mentioned trading the Red Gyarados from Gen 2. I honestly would expected you to mention the legendaries. I know that for Mewtwo at least there's a list of possible stats it needs to have to confirm his shininess, making it clear before trading whether it's shiny

Secret Caleb · January 7, 2020 at 9:50 pm

Can a ditto from a different country be used for Masuda in sword and shield?

E Unverhaun · January 7, 2020 at 9:51 pm

Is it just me or is his vid delayed?

Brother Productions · January 7, 2020 at 9:51 pm

I Love Castform!!! Screw you haters!

Lunaraxrabbit · January 7, 2020 at 9:51 pm

I also have a full odds shiny mamoswine in platinum

Linus McKinney · January 7, 2020 at 9:52 pm

I always kill the red Gyarados, it doesn’t feel special to have

Skuba Fish · January 7, 2020 at 9:54 pm

511 comment!
🙂

A Very Special Someone · January 7, 2020 at 9:58 pm

Oh…. Shinies… In fire red… CHANSEY! COME BACK TO MEEEEEEEE!!!!!!

Edit: oh wow I could make a video out of this…

elite vidz · January 7, 2020 at 9:59 pm

La re re la re

Jeydan · January 7, 2020 at 9:59 pm

whoever is the 1 millionth sub has to be luckier than finding 4 leaf clover

AutumnIs StUpiD · January 7, 2020 at 10:00 pm

I think my first shiny was a Darkrai

Lemme know what shiny you first caught

ATEMVEGETA · January 7, 2020 at 10:00 pm

Why Lets Go games are considered core series games? They are clearly spin-off games.

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