For the most part, wild Shiny hunting is easier than ever in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet! All you’ve got to do is make a sandwich and run around for a few minutes until the Pokémon you’re looking for appears. However, if you’re trying to Shiny hunt Zorua, Zoroark, or Ditto, things are a bit more difficult — they disguise themselves in the overworld, and don’t appear Shiny until you encounter them. We’ve put together a list of tips to Shiny hunt these elusive Pokémon anyway, so let’s get right into it!
EV training has been a thing in the Pokémon series for a long, long time now. For newcomers, it might be difficult to understand what it is or why you’d want to spend your time doing it. Fortunately, we’ve written up a complete guide on what EV training is, how your Pokémon benefit from it, and the best way to do it right here! Let’s get started.
Pokémon Scarlet and Violet have introduced Paradox Pokémon, which are brand-new ancient and future forms of existing creatures. Most of them are incredibly strong, so if you’re looking to Shiny hunt one, we understand why! We’ve put together a list of optimized Shiny hunting strategies for each individual Paradox Pokémon. If you’re ready to start tracking them down, then let’s begin!
After taking a break from Pokémon: Legends Arceus, breeding is back in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet! However, while hatching Eggs is mostly the same, there are a few key differences. Unlike Sword & Shield, hunting for wild Shiny Pokémon is much easier than hatching Eggs in terms of difficulty — so feel free to choose whichever method you like without worrying too much about odds.
Pokémon Scarlet & Violet are now available, and they’ve introduced lots of never-before-seen Pokémon! As has been the case with recent generations, most of them were never officially revealed and are just being seen for the first time (outside of leaks). We’ve gathered up a bunch of images and names, so if you’re hoping to see pictures and typings for each of the new Pokémon, you’ve come to the right place.