What’s the point of having shiny Pokemon?

Is it worth keeping shiny Pokemon?

The worth of a Shiny Pokémon is completely subjective. It’s what you bring to it. If you believe that your Shiny Gible is worthless because someone you’ll never meet who plays the game across the world has a few, then sure — it’s worthless to you.

Why are shiny Pokemon so good?

Shiny Pokemon are great for bragging rights, and were even better back in the previous gens where the chance was a measly 1/8192. Human Nature, unfortunately, means that a lot of us will tend to hoard things that are rare, shiny and valuable.

Is it worth keeping low CP Pokemon?

If it is low, it isn’t worth keeping, unless it’s the only one you have for that species. If it is high, I recommend keeping it, as it has a high potential.

Is a lucky Pokémon better?

Lucky Pokémon benefits

Lucky Pokémon are highly desired because of their reduced Stardust cost when powering up. Stardust cost is reduced by half for Lucky Pokémon. … However, if you trade a Pokémon and it becomes Lucky, it will always have at least 80% IVs, ensuring a pretty strong Pokémon.

What is the rarest Shiny Eevee?

So, Birthday Hat Pichu is the rarest Shiny Eevee.

What should I evolve my Shiny Eevee too?

Pokemon GO: When And How To Evolve Your Shiny Eevee

  • Use The Name Trick For Flareon, Vaporeon, and Jolteon (If You Haven’t Yet) If only we knew shiny Eevee was on the way back during the first summer of Pokemon GO… …
  • Use The Buddy Trick For Espeon Or Umbreon. …
  • Wait For Glaceon and Leafeon. …
  • Keep An Eevee.
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