Random luck is fantastic, but earning your first diamond is a sensation like no other. With more deterministic methods than ever, Trainers go on the hunt. We are teaching you how to hunt with shining using the Poké Radar in Pokémon Shining Diamond and Shining Pearl. Before you get started, you'll need to become the champion, get Poké Radar, and get the Chain app from your first visit to Ramanas Park.
Select the Pokémon you wish to hunt and check your Pokédex to see where it spawns. This only works for Pokémon that spawn in grassy areas. Prepare your team with a Pokémon that knows False shot to make sure Pokémon never faint from your attacks. Plan the weather, self-defeating moves, or anything else wild Pokémon can do to ruin your hunt. Turn off autosave as it will ruin this method.
Things that break your chain:
- Encounters wild Pokémon
- Leave a path
- Trainer Battles
- Get on your bike
- Meet a different Pokémon
- Entering the Great Dungeon
When the Poké Radar starts up, four patches of grass shimmer and tremble. Find the patch farthest from you; look four squares away. Enter the patch and catch the Pokémon. You have an 83% chance to continue your chain when you enter a meadow, four spaces away, and knock the Pokémon out. You have a 93% chance of continuing your chain if you take it. Repeat the balls will be your best friend here, but throw a Fast BalIn the first round, it doesn't matter what you get. If your chain breaks, turn off the game and turn it back on. This way none of the Poké Balls you used will go to waste and save you money. Sleep is the best condition to inflict, as it makes catching easier. Paralysis is a close second, but by default, go to sleep when you can.
Super Rejections, which prevents encounters with wild Pokémon, is the best option because Max Repels only provides 50 extra passes for an extra $ 200 Poké. When you hit a chain of 40 or more, your bright odds become 1 in 99. If you don't like a patch of grass at any point during your hunt, run 50 steps, without entering a zone, to reload the Poké Radar and use it again. The Counter app can help you keep track. This patch reset method is all you need to do once you have reached your 40 chains. If you see a patch of grass shaking wildly, ignore it, it is an area that has a high probability for Pokémon with hidden abilities. Restore the grass patches until you find a shivering patch of grass that glitters and captures your shine.