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How To Easily Find Shiny Pokemon

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Looking to increase the odds of finding Shiny Pokemon from the regular rate of about 1 in 8,000? Well, there are more ways than you might expect! One of which is by using the Masuda Method, where you put two Pokemon of the same Egg Group in the Daycare that are from different countries in the real world, increasing your odds to about 1 in 700! The next is by manipulating SOS Battles to last longer, possibly increasing the odds of finding a Shiny Pokemon to about 1 in 500! And the last is by traveling through Ultra Space, increasing the chances depending on how further you travel in light years! And don't forget, all of these techniques can further be enhanced by 300% by obtaining the Shiny Charm!

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