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The Masuda Method is frustrating.

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I now have 50 Eevees.

Yes, I am one of those few insane people who puts their life and sanity on the line in the hopes of finding a shiny. Some generous Japanese dude sent me a Dream World Vaporeon (in exchange for a Tangrowth!), and since it's the first foreign Pokémon I've got in Black, it's Masuda time. I thought Eevee was a great shiny to have because of all the choices it has upon evolution.

So I have 50 now. It's taken about 3 hours over a couple of days, going back and forth with Chandelure between the Daycare and Skyarrow Bridge, but it will be worth it in the end. As soon as I get a more reliable internet source (my current DS is kind of about to die) I'll have a mass Eevee giveaway.

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Updated 28th April 2012 at 05:15 AM by jda95

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  1. Zenax's Avatar
    Good luck! Having a shiny of your own is really fun. ^_^
  2. jean_ag's Avatar
    I feel your pain :( I bred about 90 bulbasaur w egg moves to get a shiny w egg moves and gave up lol luckily I found someone who traded it to me haha check the offering station you might find something :) good luck!
  3. Erasmus's Avatar
    Yeah, it can get a little frustrating. It took me at least 700 eggs to get my first shiny Tentacool. But then only 50 or so to get the next one. You just gotta stick to it.
  4. StartNotice's Avatar
    I'll be in line for the Eevee giveaway ;P
  5. Phantom Kat's Avatar
    I feel your pain. I once randomly bred Eevee like crazy while watching Spiderman. When the credits rolled I was still hatching eggs and had about five boxes of not-shiny Eevee to show for it. :P

    - Kat

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