I decided to use my phone to write this blog. I don't ever want to make a blog with multiple shinies again.
I now have freedom to search other Safaris since I caught Sparky. :3 Being completely done with a set of Safaris feels great.
This is Ash.
Updated 25th January 2014 at 08:01 PM by Zima
...and all others that came before.
Last time I blogged about shinies, it was about my Tangela, who is now a Tangrowth. All of my shinies need nicknames, so I just called her Mop. Quite possibly my worst name.
Sorry about the lack of these. ^_^; My laptop charger broke in two pieces and I haven't had the desire to drain the last of its energy. This post was made using one of my mom's two laptops.
This blog will be in a different format due to the fact that
This was bound to happen... In that safari in which I searched, I encountered something... Something...
I feel relatively bittersweet. I...
I'm upset by this in a way, but at least I have both genders of the shiny Pokemon registered.
You must have figured it out by now... Good.
No. My shiny hunting days are not over. XD
For those who have my Friend Safari, you can probably guess which one I just obtained. Her name is a dead giveaway, too.
I'm very satisfied with this particular shiny, not only because I now have the shiny forms of all Pokemon that can be caught in my own Friend Safari, but I love the appearance of this one, too.
Updated 16th January 2014 at 11:46 PM by Zima
I bet all of you are wondering how exactly I do it. It may seem like luck is a huge part of finding those special Pokemon of another color, but that honestly isn't the key. In fact, it has nothing to do with it.
First thing is the most obvious. You must be patient. Shinies appear at extremely random times and like to show up unexpectedly. (My fastest encounter was seven minutes and my slowest encounter was seven hours.)
Second thing is also pretty damn obvious. Don't lose