As in all other Pokémon RPGs, dazzling copies are also in legends: Arceus extremely rare. The basic chance to meet a Shiny Pokémon is just 1: 4096. But clever foxes have already worn one or the other effective method with which Shiny-Pokémon can be quick to catch. The latest hunting method is almost ridiculous simply (via Dexerto).
How works the alpha-shiny method
The lower method, discovered and explained by Youtuber Astephen68, brings you a dazzling alpha-Pokémon with some stamina.
- Looking for a massive mass outbreak / massive mass outbreak on the map and travels there.
- It is important that the massive mass outbreak has a static alpha-pokémon spawn . None does not spawn, then seek another outbreak.
- Since your selected massive mass has arrived outbreak, then defeated or starts all the Pokémon, which are located at the location of the Alpha-Spawns.
- After the message appears that all Pokémon have disappeared, introduce you to the vicinity of the Alpha Pokémon’s spawn point and saves the game.
- You may already think of what comes now: starts the game new. The Alpha-Pokémon should now appear in your proximity. Repeats the soft reset until the Alpha-Mon as Shiny spawnt.
This video explains to you again more exactly how the method works:
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So you secure a guaranteed shiny
But it’s even easier, at least for a copy: Do you already secure Shiny-Ponita? Just play a secondary mission 19 “rare ponita spotted”, this is considered as a reward Lagged Dishern Pokémon ready for you. You can just catch it during the mission and may end it in the end, without a long search.
All general information about Shinys in Arceus and how you increases the opportunities, we explain to you in this detailed dazzling copies Guide.
Have you already caught Shinys in legendary arceus? If yes, which?