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Hey, LugiaJames here. I have been palying these g..

LugiaJames asks: Added Jul 23rd 2004, ID #7313

Question for Pokemon Sapphire

Hey, LugiaJames here. I have been palying these games since the beginning but yet there is some help always needed. Anyways, I was wondering if I want a shiny Kyogre/Groudon or Rayquaza do I just save before I battle them and keep reset start over and battle them until they are shiny like you can do with starters in Ruby/Sapphire. Is that true because I have heard people say it?Thanks...

Shinies= Spheal (now Walrein)+ Treecko (now Sceptile)

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actionshark answered:
Added 23rd Jul 2004, ID #9974
No!That's not true.How do I know,AR gives me proof but let's not jump there.You'll need to start a new game and hope they are shiny.Your just battling the same rare Pokemon over and over when your resetting the game.........
Gamesta65 answered:
Added 23rd Jul 2004, ID #9981
The many people you have heard this from are correct. If you save before you battle them, keep running into them until they are shiny. You can also get a shiny aron in Granite Cave and a shiny whismur in the Rusturf Tunnel.

darkboarder_77 answered:
Added 23rd Jul 2004, ID #10010
Yes it's possible. I mean, I think it's only possible if you soft- reset each time you find it's not a shiny. To soft-reset, press and hold A+B+Select+Start. After you become tired of searching out the shiny form, upon soft-resetting each time you find it's not shiny, Save the game, or you may have to do what you just did all over again.

Shinies= Zigzagoon
Ragnarok10983 answered:
Added 24th Jul 2004, ID #10112
Probally but I heard about it too late. *sigh*
xebecer1913 answered:
Added 26th Jul 2004, ID #10256
It probably is-I've done that sort of thing successfully several times with other pokemon, so I don't see why it shouldn't work with those creatures as well.
happycheater answered:
Added 26th Sep 2004, ID #16817
I really doubt it, but hey, you could get lucky. Shinies are extremely rare, you could look somewhere for months and not find one! I've heard peaple say loads of lies. I heard one kid found Deoxeys in the water in the Safari Zone (YEAH RIGHT!) just go through the game and mabe you'll get lucky.

Shinies=Sableye (Sky Piller)

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